- Parents must give their children more love.
- Parents must talk to their children more often.
- Parents must try to understand their children.
- Parents must give their children more freedom.
- Parents must help their children with problems they have at school.
- DO YOU AGREE? WHAT IS YOUR OPINION?
- I think parents must…
- To my opinion parents must not …
- My parents always … me.
- Children must do their homework.
- Children must wash up.
- Children must set the table before dinner.
- Children must clear up the table.
- Children must make their beds.
- Children must help in the garden.
- Children must take out the rubbish.
- Children should love their parents.
- What are your responsibilities at home?
- I … at home.
- I don't … at home.
- My parents say I must …
- My parents say I should …
YOUR JOBS AT HOME
- Put in the verbs into the correct form.
- I (take) out the rubbish already.
- I (wash) up yesterday. Today is your turn.
- My father usually (walk) our dog in the morning.
- Steve (set) the table for lunch tomorrow.
Fill in the chart.
- To make up a story
- “My Responsibilities at Home".
- (8 – 10 sentences)
- To learn the story by heart.
- Choose a smile for your own according to your work at the lesson.
- Be objective!
- I did all my best! Excellent!
- I tried as much as I could. Rather good!
- I should learn English better!
- Not very well…