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    Unit 6. Gender equality. Lesson 3. Reading

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    UNIT 6. GENDER EQUALITY. LESSON 3. READING
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    LESSON 3. READING
    UNIT 6. GENDER EQUALITY
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    WARM-UP
    Objectives
    By the end of this lesson, Ss will be able to: - Vocabulary related to gender equality - Skills: Reading for specific information about gender equality in employment - Do the tasks in the student book.
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    Small talk: Gender privileges
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    - List some activities boys are allowed to do but girls are not. - List some activities girls are allowed to do but boys are not. - Are such advantages fair/unfair?
    Small talk: Gender privileges
    PRE-READING
    1. Match the sentence with the pictures.
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    1. Match the sentence with the pictures.
    1. Men often earn more than women for doing the same job. 2. A child mother takes care of her small kids. 3. Some women are unable to read and write.
    - Play game: Thach Sanh
    Bài kiểm tra tổng hợp
    Match the sentences with the pictures. - 1. Men often earn more than women for doing the same job. - 2. A child mother takes care of her small kids. - 3. Some women are unable to read and write.
    Vocabulary
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    VOCABULARY
    - be forced to (v.phr)
    be forced to (v.phr)
    /biː fɔːst tuː/
    Example: First of all, there are still girls who are forced to get married before the age of 18.
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    - domestic violence (n.phr)
    domestic violence (n.phr)
    /biː fɔːst tuː/
    However, many of these young girls become victims of domestic violence.
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    - child marriage (n.phr)
    child marriage (n.phr)
    /ʧaɪld ˈmærɪʤ/
    Child marriage also carries serious health risks as young girls are not physically developed to give birth.
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    - uneducated (adj)
    uneducated (adj)
    /ʌnˈedʒukeɪtɪd/
    Example: More than half of the world's uneducated people are women.
    WHILE-READING
    2. Read the text and circle the correct meanings of the highlighted words and phrases
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    2. Read the text and circle the correct meanings of the highlighted words and phrases
    Gender equality has been greatly promoted around the world. However, there are still many challenges that women face. First of all, there are still girls who are forced to get married before the age of 18. In many places, parents may see child marriage as a way to protect daughters from violence. However, many of these young girls become victims of domestic violence. Child marriage also carries serious health risks as young girls are not physically developed to give birth. Secondly, more than half of the world's uneducated people are women. This means fewer girls than boys go to school or stay long at school. Girls who receive an education are less likely to marry young. They can also have better job skills and can earn higher salaries. Education gives girls the opportunity to have a better life and give back to their communities.
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    Thirdly, women are often paid less than men. In other words, women have to work longer than men to earn the same amount of money. Differences in career choices might be one reason. Women tend to become nurses, secretaries, or shop assistants, which are low-paying jobs, while men choose high-paying careers as surgeons, airline pilots, or engineers.
    Women are still not equal to men in today's society, and governments, organisations and individuals must work together to achieve gender equality.
    - Circle the correct meanings of the highlighted words and phrases
    Circle the correct meanings of the highlighted words and phrases
    1. be forced a. be made to do something unwanted b. be made to do something necessary 2. domestic violence a. action taken to please someone b. behaviour intended to hurt someone you live with 3. uneducated a. having little or no formal education at school b. not having many jobs opportunities 4. low-paying a. giving money to a person b. providing very little money
    - Number 1
    Bài tập trắc nghiệm
    1. be forced
    a. be made to do something unwanted
    b. be made to do something necessary
    - Number 2
    Bài tập trắc nghiệm
    2. domestic violence
    a. action taken to please someone
    b. behaviour intended to hurt someone you live with
    - Number 3
    Bài tập trắc nghiệm
    3. uneducated
    a. having little or no formal education at school
    b. not having many jobs opportunities
    - Number 4
    Bài tập trắc nghiệm
    4. low-paying
    a. giving money to a person
    b. providing very little money
    3. Read the text again and decide whether the following statements are true (T), false (F) or not given (NG).
    3. Read the text again and decide whether the following statements are true (T), false (F) or not given (NG).
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    Statements
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    1. Child marriage involves a girl under the age of 18.
    2. Fewer men than women around the world are educated.
    3. Men work much less than women, but earn much more.
    4. Men’s career choices lead to high-paying jobs.
    5. Only individuals must work towards gender equality.
    - Decide whether the following statements are true (T), false (F) or not given (NG).
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    Statements
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    NG
    1. Child marriage involves a girl under the age of 18.
    2. Fewer men than women around the world are educated.
    3. Men work much less than women, but earn much more.
    4. Men’s career choices lead to high-paying jobs.
    5. Only individuals must work towards gender equality.
    Decide whether the following statements are true (T), false (F) or not given (NG).
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    POST-READING
    4. Work in groups. Discuss possible solutions to one of the following problems.
    4. Work in groups. Discuss possible solutions to one of the following problems.
    - Child marriage - A lack of education for girls - Low pay for women
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    VOTING TIME!
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    - Listen to other groups and vote for the most persuasive speech. - The group with most votes becomes “President”!
    VOTING TIME!
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    - Child marriage - A lack of education for girls - Low pay for women
    - Problem 1: Child marriage
    Child marriage
    - Educating girls: When girls can go to school and stay long there, they will get the knowledge and skills necessary to support themselves and their families.  - Giving girls the right to decide their future: If girls are knowledgeable and independent, they won’t choose to get married early. - Educating parents and other adults: When parents and other adults know about the negative impact of child marriage, they will change their views and support girls’ rights.
    - Problem 2: A lack of education for girls
    A lack of education for girls
    - Keeping girls in school: Poverty can prevent or stop girls from going to school. Education should be free, and governments and charity organizations should help poor families pay for transport, textbooks and uniforms.  - Making school safe for girls: It’s not safe for girls to travel long distances to school. Also, at school, girls may become victims of violence and bullying.  - Reducing girls’ workload at home: In developing countries, girls may be kept home to do household chores like carrying water, preparing food and washing clothes. Sharing housework between all members of the family helps girls succeed in getting an education.
    - Problem 3: Low pay for women
    Low pay for women
    - Supporting equal pay: Companies have to commit to and provide equal pay for equal work. - Making salary information clear: Payment should be made clear to both genders so that women know if they make less money than men for doing the same job. - Sharing housework: When couples share household chores, women can focus on their paid jobs.
    CONSOLIDATION
    Wrap-up
    WRAP-UP
    WHAT HAVE WE LEARNT TODAY?
    - Vocabulary related to gender equality - Skills: Reading for specific information about gender equality in employment - Do the tasks in the student book.
    Homework
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    - Prepare for : Unit 6. Gender equality. Lesson 4. Speaking - Do exercises in the workbook
    Homework
     
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