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Unit 1 : Family life
lesson 3
I. WARMER:
Look at the picture and answer the questions.
1. What are the people in the picture doing?
2. Do you think they are happy? Why / Why not?
III. WHILE YOU READ
ACTIVITY 1:Read the text below and decide which of the the following is the best title for it.
a. Doing Housework is Good for Children
b. Husbands Who Share Housework Make Their Wives Happy
c. Sharing Housework Makes the Family Happier
II. BEFORE YOU READ vocabulary
Considered(a)
Homemaker( n)
According to (pre)
psychologists, (n)
Enormous(a)
benefits (n)
Husband(n)
Sociable(a)
Care(v)
put all of the housework on (phr)
contribute to(v)
Especially(adv)
Critical(a)
In many cultures, doing housework is considered a woman’s duty. The mother is usually the homemaker, who has to do most of the household chores, while the father is the breadwinner, who is responsible for the family finances. However, it is not good for the mother when the rest of the family does not help out. When families share household chores, it is good for them as individuals and good for all the relationships within the family
According to psychologists, most people do not realise the enormous benefits that come to a family when husbands and children share the housework. Children who share the housework with their mums and dads do better at school, become more sociable, and have better relationships with their teachers and friends. They learn good skills, are more responsible, and tend to be overall good people. When men share the housework, they tend to have better relationships with their wives. Women often feel happy when they see their husbands doing housework because it says, ‘He cares about me and he doesn’t want to put all of the housework on me.’ Women whose husbands do not contribute to the household chores are more vulnerable to illness and tend to think more about divorce. When everyone works together on household chores, it creates a positive atmosphere for the family and sets a good example for the children. This is especially true if mum and dad can find a way to work well together and are not critical of each other
ACTIVITY 2 Read the text again. Do you understand the words from the context? Tick the appropriate meaning for each word from the text.
sociable a. friendly b. unfriendly
2. Vulnerable
a. able to be well protected
b. able to be easily physically, emotionally, or mentally hurt.
3. critical
a. saying that something is good b. saying that something is bad
4. enormous a.not very large b. very very large
5. tend
a. likely to behave in a particular way
b. unlikely to behave in a particular way
6. What does ‘it’ in line 11 mean …?
A. women feeling happy
B. women seeing their husbands doing housework
C. the husbands doing housework
7. What does ‘it’ in line 14 mean …?
A. a good example for children
B. everyone working together in the house
C. a positive family atmosphere
ACTIVITY 3 Answer the questions.
1. How do children benefit from sharing housework?
2. Why do men tend to have better relationships
with their wives when they share housework?
3. What may happen to women whose husbands
do not contribute to the household chores?
4. How does the family benefit when everyone
works together on household chores?
Rules of the game
Each team has to choose a number and answer the question behind the number. If the answer is right , you get 2 points. If you choose a lucky number , you get 2 points without answering the questions
Lucky numbers
Lucky
numbers
They do better at school, become more sociable, and have better relationships with their teachers and friends.
1. How do children benefit from sharing housework?
2. Why do men tend to have better relationships
with their wives when they share housework?

Because it shows that they care about their wives and this makes their wives happy.
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3.What may happen to women whose husbands
do not contribute to the household chores?

 They may fall ill easily or may think about divorce.

4. How does the family benefit when everyone
works together on household chores?

There is a positive atmosphere for the family.
Lucky number
Discuss with a partner.
1. Do you have any problems with sharing housework?
2. What benefits do you get when sharing housework?
homework
Learn by heart new words
Read the passage again and redo the tasks
Prepare speaking lesson