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Family Problems Through the Eyes of Teenagers (Conditionals I,II) (приложения)

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Appendix 3


Watch the video and be ready to discuss it.

Pay attention to the Conditionals 1 and 2. Answer аthe questions:

  1. How can you describe the Huxtable family? Is it a friendly, caring, harmonious family or a dysfunctional one? Give some arguments for your statement.

  1. If you have\had problems or you are\were in trouble, who you will\would ask for advice? Why?

The Huxtable family:



Theo- the son

Vanessa – the youngest daughter

Denise- the second daughter

Sondra – the eldest daughter

Cockroach – таракан, но здесь - кличка (прозвище) друга Тео

V o c a b u l a r y :

Let’s say… - Предположим, …

To become pregnant – забеременеть

to be scared – быть напуганным

to be honest –быть честным

Your health and well-being – ваши здоровье и благополучие

In the first place, let’s get things straightened out – сначала, давай кое-что проясним

To get mad – очень разозлиться (быть в бешенстве)

To get angry – разозлиться

She has been secretly seeing – тайно встречается

Way to go, Venessa – молодец, Ванесса

To drive to downtown with guys –поехать в центр города с друзьями

License – водительское удостоверение (водит.права)

To have a ding in it – вмятина (на машине)

To spend a night at Geanette’s house – провести ночь дома у Дженетт

at Tommy Watkins’ – у Тома Воткинса

I made it up. I did it. – Я это придумала.

Individual Task for ______________________

your (sur)name

Задание на «3»:

Составьте предложения, найдя соответствия между левой и правой колонками. (Match the parts of the sentences) :

1. If I go on a diet

a. we'll make a snowman

2. If it's sunny tomorrow

b. I'll buy you some chocolate

3. If John doesn't hurry

c. she'll have to take a taxi

4. If it snows

d. I'll lose weight

5. If there are no buses

e. he'll be late

6. If you are a good girl

f. we'll go for a picnic

  1. If he arrived,

  1. I would tell her the story.

  1. If I saw her,

  1. I would go on vacation.

  1. If I finished the work this week,

  1. I would plant the vegetables.

  1. If it rained next week,

  1. he would hear the news.

II. Выбери правильную форму (use the required form):

1. If it______, we won't go to the park.

a) will rain    
b) rain  
c) rains  

2.When we_____ ready, I’ll call you.

a) shall be 
b) are

c) will be

3. I will see you when you______ in Moscow next time.

a) are
b) will be

c) shall be

4. What will you do, when you______ out   the truth?

a) will find out
b) have find out
c) find out

Appendix 1

Grammar and Vocabulary

Variant 1


The travellers have no camera with them, so they cannot take photos of the beautiful scenery. If ... .

If the travellers had a camera with them, they could take photos of the beautiful scenery.

  1. It is late, and I have to go home. If ... .

  2. He speaks English badly: he has no practice. If ... .

  3. I can't ask for his advice because I'm not acquainted with him. If ... . 

  4. He always gets top marks in math because he works a lot at it. If ... .

  5. This house is not good for living because it is situated close to a chemical plant. If ... . 

Variant 2


The travellers have no camera with them, so they cannot take photos of the beautiful scenery. If ... .

If the travellers had a camera with them, they could take photos of the beautiful scenery.

  1. He is busy and does not come to see us. If ... .

  2. The sea is rough, and we cannot sail to the island. If ... .

  3. We shall not go to see them because it is very late. If ... . 

  4. You cannot enjoy this merry party because you have a toothache. If ... 

  5. You are very absent-minded, and that's why you always make many mistakes. If ... . 

Appendix 2

Grammar Test

Your (sur)name ____________________________ Your variant _____

1. If______________________________________________________________


2. If________________________________________________________________


3. If________________________________________________________________


4. If_________________________________________________________________


5. If_________________________________________________________________


The student in charge of the check-up_____________________________


1. ________________________________________________________________


2. _________________________________________________________________


3. _________________________________________________________________


4. __________________________________________________________________


5. __________________________________________________________________


The cross-check. Your self-reflection:

1. ________________________________________________________________


2. _________________________________________________________________


3. _________________________________________________________________


4. __________________________________________________________________


5. __________________________________________________________________


Appendix 4

R e a d i n g

Read the letter of a desperate mother to a web-site for teenagers and their parents.

Be ready to give her some advice on this problem.

Hello dear friends,

I am going nuts. I have a teenage daughter (age sixteen) who has turned into a totally obnoxious individual! She used to be a sweet girl, but for the past year or two, things have been getting more and more out of hand. I don’t think that I have made a request of her, made a comment, or tried to engage her in conversation without some kind of response that involved a major sigh, eye-rolling, or exasperation (“whatever”) in the tone of her response. It has gotten to the point where I spend very little time with her. I am really not interested in being with her, and, sadly, she doesn’t seem to want to spend time with me either. On the rare occasions that I have tried to spend time with her, it usually results in some kind of meltdown, and not just on her part. Is there anything that I can do in this seemingly helpless situation?

Given Up Mommy

From http://www.chabad.org/theJewishWoman/article_cdo/aid/1378389/jewish/Obnoxious-Teenage-Daughter.htm

If she is not willing/able/wanting to talk to you, then you talk to her. Tell her about your day, how things are going, something good or bad that happened during the day. This helps in different areas. First, you are teaching her some important skills, which include making small talk and sharing things about yourself. Second, by engaging her about your day, this will eventually encourage her to share things with you about her day. While you are talking to her about yourself, watch that it is not a ten-minute monologue, but rather that you offer pauses and other ways for her to join in.

Teenagers, like all of us, need to feel valued. Ask her what she thinks about different things in the house. These things could include what to make for dinner, what to wear for an evening out, where to hang a new picture, and how to handle a dilemma that you are experiencing. You are not obligated to necessarily follow her advice, but if you are asking her, then you must be willing to take it seriously, and you should on occasion follow what she says.

Make a point of reminding yourself everyday all of the positive aspects there are about her.

Take out the baby album, watch her when she’s sleeping, or call upon a favorite memory to help sweeten your opinion of her on a daily basis. Even better, making a point of telling her about your special memories will make her feel good as well.

Like a seed takes time to grow and reach its full status as a plant, so does your child need the same attention and care to reach her potential. Try to hang in there—being a teenager doesn’t last forever.

К выводам:

Стараться понять друг друга,

понимать, что родители делают что-то, что нам не нравится, не просто так, а потому что заботятся, прежде всего, о нас. Следовательно, мы должны стараться не злится, если их методы нам не нравится.

Ключ к разрешению многих семейный ссор и конфликтов - общение

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