English 11 | Unit 1: Family Life and Friendship | Lesson 2: Speaking

A. An interview about a friend who has just won the first prize in international maths contest.

*THE OUTLINE:

Congratulations and enquiries about the friend’s identity.

Talking about his / her appearance & social behaviors.

Talking about his / her personality & special efforts that lead to success.


In pairs, you take turns roleplaying the dialog, using the prompts in appropriate sentence structures.

Congratulations! A friend of yours has just won the First Prize in Maths!

→ Thanks / I / so proud of him.

Could you / your relations / his social life

→ We / classmates/ close friends / first met / grade 6 / been friends ever since

Popular at school? Tell us / social life

→ Sociable / friendly / kind / helpful / joins clubs /

participate in school activities / schoolmates look up to him.

What / story behind his success / achievements

→ Firstly / studious, eager to learn, take great interest in finding out about new ways

→ Secondly / intelligent / creative enough / come up with new ideas

→ Last but not least / constant / patient / keep calm / never get too excited or emotional.

→ Thanks / giving us so much interesting information / You / lucky / have such a friend.

B. An interview about the conflicts between your parents and your elder brother / sister.

*THE OUTLINE:

Identifying the conflicts.

The causes of the problems.

The solutions to the problems.


In pairs, you take turns roleplaying the dialog, using the prompts in appropriate sentence structures.

It’s common that there are conflicts between parents and children.

→ True / esp. when / grow up into / teenage / young adulthood

What / typical conflicts / parents / teenage children

→ Teenagers / want / change / parents believe / traditional customs

That / actual fact / What / complain about?

→ In general, Parents / about extravagant new ways / whereas / teenagers / outdated old ways

So what / causes of / conflicts?

→ Life / ever changing / some changes, good / some, bad or not appropriate. Young people believe in new things / their elders, experience so many failures, have doubts about innovations

What / you think / should / do / bridge the gap?

→ It’s easier said than done / seniors / see things from young people’s viewpoint / juniors / view things from their elders’ perspectives.


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