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In harmony with Others
… A fundamental social group of society typically consisting of one or two parents and their children… …Two or more people who share goals and values, have long-term commitments to one another and reside usually in the same dwelling….
Family (members) female male Mother, mom, mummy Father, dad, daddy sister brother daughter son Aunt, aunty uncle niece nephew wife husband Grandmother, granny Cousin, siblings, twins, Grandfather, grandad relatives
Form as many derivatives as possible with the help of the functional words ( word building) Grand Grandmother, grandfather, granddaughter, grandson,grandpa, grandma, granddad Great-grand Great-grandmother, Great-grandfather, Great-granddaughter, Great-grandson, Step Stepmother, stepfather, stepdaughter, stepson In-law Mother-in-law,father-in-law, daughter-in-law, son-in-law, sister-in-law, brother-in-law Ex Ex-wife, ex-husband
Types of family A nuclear family 2. An extended family 3. A family with many children 4. A single parent family 5. A multicultural family 6. A blended family
Listen to the text and say if the facts are true, false or not stated Modern families have different problems 2. Toomuch is expected from modernparents 3. Inmodern families there is more strain and pressure than love 4. Peoplenever tried to change a traditional family Conflictsbetween parents and their children are often understood as a generationgap 6. Manyyoung people these days try to avoid having families 7. Thefamily will exist forever and ever
Make up lists of qualities which you think most important to be: A good parent… A good child… Canalso give you advice Is ready to compromise Is an expert in everything Is loving and caring Always helps you when you are in trouble Finds time to spend with parents Can turn daily routine into a holiday Giveshelp and support to parents
Use the derivatives of the words on the right to complete the texts A.In our families we sometimes ask for advice and want to be listened to. So (1)… is often the key to a (2)… connection between parents and their sons and daughters, brothers and sisters. (3)…s advise to listen to each other (4)… and to remember the points of view can be (5)… listen health science careful differ B. If you (1)… with whatyou hear, it is (2)… to remember that one should express his/her point of view without saying (3)… things. It’s better to (4)… strong reactions trying not to find who is right. It is much wiser to speak in such a way that your opponent will hear you and establish (5)… with each other. agree use hurt soft connect
Answer the questions, share your opinions Why do people say that a happy childhood is important for them? 2. What is the best age for getting married? 3. How many children should a family ideally have? 4. Is it important for you to be formally married or would you prefer just to live together withyour partner? 5.Why are there so many divorces nowadays? 6.Should children’s parents stay together even if they are unhappy? 7. What is the most difficult thing in family life? 8. What can help to bridge the generation gap between parents and children?
A happy family from the point of view of: Parents: Children:
Sharing Tolerance Responsibility Respect Understanding Caring Love Commitment
Home-task: Prepare a computer presentation on the topic “In Harmony with Others”. You may consider these golden rules: I try to treat others the way I want to be treated myself I can’t imagine my life without my parents, family and friends
Let us watch a piece of video. It is about parent’s love to children. What this situation makes you think about? What does it teach us to do and to be?
What this situation makes you think about? What does it teach us to do and to be?
A happy family