2. WORK IN PAIRS TO MATCH THE
3. COMPARE YOUR ANSWERS AND CORRECT THE
wash the dishes
hang the laundry
dust the furniture
take out the trash
make the bed
water the plants
iron the clothes
sweep the floor
To check comprehension, ask somebody to act out a chore and the others
should guess what it is by using complete sentences:
e.g. She is sweeping the floor.
5. WORK IN PAIRS TO ASK AND ANSWER
QUESTIONS USING THE VOCABULARY AND
THE ADVERBS OF FREQUENCY:
- How often do you _______?
- I (adv. of frequency)(chore).
6. WORK IN GROUPS OF 8. EACH OF YOU WILL BE
ASSIGNED ONEONE OF THE EIGHT CHORES.
YOU WILL HAVE TO ASK AND ANSWER
QUESTIONS IN YOUR GROUP TO FIT THE CHART:
How often? Chore: ________________
Don’t forget to mark your own answers on the chart.
7. NOW THOSE WHO HAVE THE SAME CHORE GET
INTO GROUPS AND COMPLETE THE INFORMATION
YOU HAVE COLLECTED INTO ONEONE CHART.
SHARE THE RESULTS WITH THE CLASS:
e.g. 10 of us always wash the dishes.
10 of the students always wash the dishes.
8. WORK IN PAIRS TO ANSWER THE
WHO DOES THESE JOBS IN YOUR HOME –
THE MEN, THE WOMEN, OR ARE THEY
washing & ironing
organizing money & bills
looking after children
repairing things in the house
9. WORK IN SMALL
Do you think that there have been changes in the
role of women in your country? Why (not)?
Do you think the changes (if any) have been helpful?
Share your ideas with the class.
11. READ THE PARAGRAPHS AND ARRANGE
THEM IN THEIR CORRECT ORDER.
GIVE A TITLE TO THE TEXT.
WHAT IS THE MORAL OF THE
When you finish shout ‘Home’!
12. EVERY FAMILY HAS PROBLEMS. EVERY
FAMILY HAS TO WORK TO SOLVE THESE
PROBLEMS. BELOW ARE SOME TYPICAL
TEENAGE PROBLEMS WHICH MANY
IN GROUPS OF THREE, ACT OUT A MOTHER,
A FATHER AND A TEENAGER DISCUSSING
THE PROBLEM. YOU CAN CREATE
DIALOGUES OR JUST ACT IMPROMPTU.
Now act out your dialogues in front of the class!
13. FILL IN THE BLANKS WITH THE NECESSARY
FATHERS AND SONSFATHERS AND SONS
__________ well-known American millionaire was traveling on
business in England. He came to __________ town, where he had
been several times before, always staying in __________ same
hotel and in __________ same room. Handing him __________ key,
__________ receptionist said he could never understand why such
__________ rich and famous man always booked __________
smallest and cheapest room they had. ‘I’m used to it,’ __________
millionaire answered. ‘It’s __________ nice and quiet room, and I
don’t need _________ larger one.’ ‘Well,’ said the receptionist, I
must say your son isn’t like you at all. He often stays with us, too,
and always books _________ most expensive room we have.’ ‘I
haven’t __________ slightest doubt he does,’ said __________
millionaire. ‘Don’t forget that there’s __________ great difference
between __________ two of us. His father’s __________ rich man
and mine is not.’