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    Unit 6. Viet Nam: Then and now. Lesson 4. Communication

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    Unit VIET NAM: THEN AND NOW Lesson 4 - Communication I. WRAM-UP
    Look at the pictures:
    The neighbourhood was over twenty years ago. Look at the pictures:
    The neighbourhood is at the moment. Talking:
    Talk about recent changes in the neighbourhood. Example: Our neighbourhood has dramatically changed for 10 years. Before there was mostly agricultural production, but there is more industrial production now… II. EXTRA VOCABULARY
    Vocabulary 1:
    Vocabulary suffer (n): [`sʌfə] experience something unpleasant, such as injury, defeat, or loss Example: Afghan women suffer domestic violence. Vocabulary 2:
    Vocabulary exporter (n): [eks`pɔ:tə] a person, company, or country that sells goods to another country Example: Thailand is the world`s largest rice exporter. Vocabulary 3:
    Vocabulary illiteracy (n): [i`litərəsi] inability to read and write Example: We should fight against illiteracy to make a better world. Vocabulary 4:
    Vocabulary mushrooming (v): [`mʌ∫rumiη] a metaphor verb showing something that grows or develops fast in terms of number and speed Example: Twelve years ago the neighbourhood had shown no signs of mushrooming into its present opulence. - Checking vocabulary:
    III. COMMUNICATION
    Communication 1:
    1. Read the posts on Viet Travel Forum (VTF) from people who visited Viet Nam a long time ago. Kate from Russia Charles from France Peter from the USA - Kate from Russia:
    The first time I was in Ho Chi Minh City was in 1983. Most people rode bicycles then and there were very few motorbikes on the road. Ten years later, when I came back, the city had dramatically changed, with 800,000 motorbikes and two million bicycles on the roads. Kate from Russia - Charles from France:
    In 1995, I went back to Viet Nam after 30 years and to my surprise, the population was three times higher but the country no longer suffered illiteracy. It had also become one of the world’s largest exporters of rice, which was another surprise for me. Charles from France - Peter from the USA:
    I went to Ha Noi in August 1997, two years after Viet Nam joined ASEAN. The road system in Ha Noi was very simple then. It has dramatically changed over the last 18 years. Flyovers and high-rise buildings are mushrooming! Peter from the USA Communication 2:
    2. Read the posts on Viet Travel Forum (VTF) and retell them to your friends. Example: Kate is from Russia. She said that she had been to Ho Chi Minh City for the first time in 1983. Ten years later, she was amazed to see so many motorbikes. - Suggested answers:
    Suggested answers: Charles is from France. He said that the first time he had been to Viet Nam was in 1965. He said that many people were/had been illiterate then but he was astonished that after nearly 30 years there was no more illiteracy although the population had nearly tripled. He was also surprised to learn that the country was one of the largest rice exporting countries. Peter is from America. He said that he had gone to Ha Noi in 1997 when Viet Nam had been part of ASEAN for two years. He was shocked/astonished to see that so much had changed over the last 18 years – flyovers and high-rise buildings were mushrooming. Communication 3:
    3. Work in groups. Use the suggestions in the table to write as many posts as possible about the recent changes in Viet Nam that you have heard of or read about. Remember to use adjectives or adverbs to modify the changes. manual labour mostly agricultural production few services mostly grew rice fewer opportunities for university education only wealthy families went on holiday holiday inside the country extended family more technology and equipment more industrial production more services export rice, coffee, cashew nuts, pepper, fruit many opportunities for university education (inside and outside the country) most families go on holiday holiday inside and outside the country nuclear family PAST PRESENT - Suggested answer:
    Before 1980s, Viet Nam exports mostly grew rice. But resolution 10 in 1988 by the Party Central Committee on agricultural households has led to a fundamental change in economic incentives for agricultural sector. Thanks to a much higher productivity, agricultural exports have increased continuously. Viet Nam is now one of top world exporters in rice, rubber, coffee, pepper, cashew nuts, timber and fisheries. Suggested answers: Communication 4:
    4. Present your group’s posts to other groups. IV. THE END
    Homework:
    Homework Do exercise part in workbook Redo the task in the studentbook Write about the recent changes in Viet Nam that you have heard of or read about. Prepare next lesson: (Skill 1) Good bye!:
    THANK FOR YOUR ATTENDANCE! GOOD BYE! SEE YOU AGAIN!
     
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