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1. Listen to Peter, Jane, and Mary talking about their summer jobs. What does each person do? Write his/her job under each picture.
Nghe Peter, Jane, và Mary nói về việc làm mùa hè của họ. Mỗi người đã làm gì? Viết công việc của họ dưới mỗi bức ảnh.
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2. Listen again. Do Peter, Jane, and Mary like their jobs? Why or why not? Tick the correct column and take notes in the table below.
Lắng nghe một lần nữa. Peter, Jane, và Mary có thích công việc của mình không? Tại sao hoặc tại sao không? Đánh dấu vào cột chính xác và ghi chép trong bảng dưới đây.
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It’s a pretty hard job. It’s hot in the kitchen.
She loves working with the kids. It’s fun.
The work’s very interesting.
She has the opportunity to see lots of historical buildings and sights.
3. Work in groups. Imagine you are going to do a summer job. Tell your group about your job and why you like or dislike it.
Làm việc theo nhóm. Hãy tưởng tượng bạn sắp làm một công việc mùa hè. Nói cho nhóm của bạn về công việc của bạn và lý do tại sao bạn thích hoặc không thích nó.
1. Read the text about a year out and answer the questions that follow.
Tom has just finished his A levels and he has got a place at university, but he would really like a break from the academic world. Like many young people today he’s thinking about taking a year out first, or as people often say, spending a year at ‘the university of life’.
There are lots of things for Tom to choose from. He could work in a bank or do community work. He might even do something adventurous, such as joining an expedition to a rainforest. The experience will broaden his horizons and teach him new skills. It may also give him the chance to earn some money, which will be very helpful when he eventually starts his studies.
Before Tom decides to take a gap year, he must make sure that the university will hold his place for him till the following year. Most are quite happy to do this, as they find that year-out students are more mature, confident, and independent. But each student should know that it is a year out, not a year off. His university will want to know what he is going to do. They will not be very pleased if he just wants to do nothing for a year.
What would Tom really like to do after securing a place at university?
What are the things that he can do in his gap year?
What are the benefits that the experience will give him during a gap year?
What must Tom check before he decides to take a year out?
What does ‘the university of life’ mean?
He would really like a break from the academic world.
He could work in a bank or do community work. He might even do something adventurous, such as joining an expedition to a rainforest.
His experience during a gap year will broaden his horizons and teach him new skills. It may also give him the chance to earn some money.
Before deciding to take a year out, he must make sure that the university will hold his place for him till the following year.
It means the education one gets from experience in the real world.
2. Discuss the questions with a partner.
Do young people take a year out in Viet Nam?
Imagine you are allowed to take a year out after finishing school. What will you do in your gap year?
Thảo luận các câu hỏi với một người bạn.
Giới trẻ VN có được nghỉ 1 năm không?
Tưởng tượng nếu bạn được nghỉ 1 năm sau khi ra trường. Bạn sẽ làm gì trong năm này?