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How Do Elderly People Live?
-познакомить учащихся с условиями жизни престарелых людей в Великобритании и в России; -формирование способности к сравнению и сопоставлению фактов, к формулированию выводов; -воспитание чувства милосердия, уважительного отношения к пожилым людям, собственным бабушкам и дедушкам, уважительного отношения к достоинству других людей; -формирование лексико-грамматических навыков говорения, умению запрашивать информацию с помощью косвенных вопросов; Цели:
Lexical activities. Add one word to make word combinations. Retirement pension Reduced payment for resort Telephone and public pension Free disabilities Special utilities Health housing Invalidity accommodations People with privileges
a burden - to suffer - incapable - to lose - to get wiser - to cheer - Read and translate обуза страдать, переживать неспособный терять становиться мудрее приветствовать громкими возгласами
Translate English proverb: Everything comes to him who waits (Всё приходит к тому, кто ждёт.)
Grammar activities. Reported speech (grammar revision) Example : Do you go to a health resort every summer? I wonder if you go to a health resort every summer. Is your education free of charge? I’d like to know if your education free of charge. Did you get the telephone numbers without going on a waiting list? I wonder if you get the telephone numbers without going on a waiting list. Are there any privileges of this kind? I’m interested if there are any privileges of this kind. I wonder… I’d like to know… I’m interested in (to know)
While – cj 1) пока, в то время как 2) несмотря на то, что… Whereas - сj 1)тогда, как 2)несмотря на то,что 3)принимая во внимание, поскольку. Данные союзы употребляются при сопоставлении фактов без их противопоставления Ex. 1 (3), page 157
Answer the questions: How do elderly people live? Can elderly people become a burden to children? Do elderly people have financial problems? Do elderly people need regular care and nursing? Do elderly people live a boring life or not? Do the elderly have to go to work? Do they have a lot of time to work in the garden? Do the elderly have adult children who are not a burden any more? Do the elderly travel and go in for sports? Do the elderly have more experience and the ability to help with the advice? Why do some elderly people see only bad points in being old?
Choose good and bad points about being old -become ill and disabled -become a burden (обуза) to children -do not have to go to work -have financial problems -have adult children, who are not a burden any more -suffer the fear of death -live in boring life -have a lot of time to meet with friends, read, travel, go in for sports, work in their garden -get wiser, have more experience and the ability to help advice -become incapable of living independently, need regular care and nursing Elderly people…
British old people and the elderly from Russia… Are their life different or not?
Say if these statements are true in respect of your country Most grandparents live their independent lives and don’t feel like taking care of their grandchildren full-time. It’s quite rare to find elderly grandparents living together with their adult children. In most cases elderly parents are put into old people’s homes. When children grow up they move out of their parents’ houses. Grandparents living close to their small grandchildren are found much more often in the countryside. Most grandparents would be horrified at the idea of giving up their independent lives and moving into their children’s homes to look after their grandchildren full-time.
What is better for elderly: living in old people’s home or with relatives? Why?
Do you agree with the following conclusions? Social services try to do their best to cheer the old people up, but they don’t have much success in doing it. When old people are put into homes for elderly people their pets get a place in the RSPCA hostels. At the homes for elderly people patients are provided with lots of entertainment. Social workers help the elderly in different ways, but they do not provide home help. Some pensioners are looked after at home. Some others are offered a place at home for elderly people.
Home task: Ex. 6, p.159 (R. Unit 5, ex. 3)
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