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Good morning!
WELCOME TO MY CLASS
Presenters: Nguyen Thi Nhung
Nguyen Thi Mai Hue
VietnameseTeachers’ Day
1
Listen to the song and guess the celebration :
“ What`s the name of the celebration? "
Christmas

"What`s the name of the celebration?"
Listen to the song and guess the celebration :
2
Tet Holiday


3
Listen to the song and guess the celebration:
“ What`s the name of the celebration? "
CELEBRATIONS
Unit: 8
A. READING
BEFORE YOU READ Look at the pictures and discuss the questions.
Look at the pictures and discuss the questions.
1. What time of the year is it ?
2. What are the people in the picture doing?
3. What else can you see in the picture?
Look at the pictures and discuss the questions.
1. What time of the year is it ?
- It is Spring and it may be Tet holiday.
- Because we can see the apricot blossom, a kumquat tree and full of ripe fruits.
2. What are the people in the picture doing?
-The people in the picture may be a family. The grandmother is giving her niece and nephew lucky money. The daughter, the son and their parents may be wishing their grandparents good health and happiness.
3. What else can you see in the picture?
-In the picture we can also see a five-fruit tray on the ancestral altar, a dish of fruits, a tray of candies, Mut, Banh Chung on the table.
Watch the video below then circle the activities you see on Tet holiday
a, making “banh chung”.
b, decorating the house
c, eating special Tet foods.
d, going to the flower market
e, going to the pagoda
f, watching fireworks
g, receiving “lucky money”
h, visiting relatives & friends. i, going to work.


2. Cooking traditional foods 5. Going to work
3. Receiving “lucky money”
4. Going to the flower market

6. Watching Fireworks 7. Going to work
b, decorating the house
a, making banh chung
c,eating special Tet foods
d, going to the flower market

f, watching fireworks
h, visiting relatives & friends
e, going to the pagoda
g, receiving “lucky money”
Watch the video below then circle the activities you see on Tet holiday
a, making “banh chung”.
b, decorating the house
c, eating special Tet foods.
d, going to the flower market
e, going to the pagoda
f, watching fireworks
g, receiving “lucky money”
h, visiting relatives & friends. i, going to work.


2. Cooking traditional foods 5. Going to work
3. Receiving “lucky money”
4. Going to the flower market

6. Watching Fireworks 7. Going to work
a,
b,
c,
d,
e,
f,
g,
h,


Lunar New Year, or Tet, is VietNam’s main holiday. It is the grandest and most important occasition in the year which falls sometime between 19th January 20th February on the western calender. Tet marks the beginning of spring and , for agrarian people, the start of a new year.
Tet’s preparations and celebrations used to be spread over months, but nowadays the holiday is much shorter. A great deal of excitement still builds up well before Tet, however. Streets are decorated with coloured lights and red banners. Shop are full of goods. People are busy buying gifts, cleaning and decorating their houses and cooking traditional foods.

vocabulary
WHILE YOU READ
Lunar New Year
(n):
Tết Âm Lịch
[`lu:nə]
vocabulary
Agrarian /ә’greәriәn/(adj):
agricultural
Agrarian people :
(n)
: Farmers
vocabulary
Home are often decorated with plants and flowers at this time. Peach blossom is traditional at Tet in the North while apricot blossom is traditional in the South. The kumquat tree with its ripe deep orange fruits is banh chung, which is made from sticky rice, green beans and fatty pork. Mut, which is candied fruit such as sugared apples, plums or tomatoes, is also popular
On the days of Tet everyone tries to be nice and polite to each other. People believe that what they do on the first day of the year will influence their luck during the whole year. Thus, only positive comments should be made. People visit other family members or friends, and they exchange New Year’s wishes. Children receive their “lucky money” inside red envelopes. Many people go to the pagoda to pray for a happy year for themselves and their family. Both children and adults take part in games and various forms of entertainment. Tet is really a time of fun and festivals throughout the country.
Peach blossom [pi:t∫`bl ɔsəm] (n)
Hoa Đào
vocabulary
apricot blossom [`eiprikɔt `bl ɔsəm] (n)
Hoa Mai
vocabulary
kumquat tree [`kʌmkwɔt tri:] (n)

Cây Quất
vocabulary
candied fruit /’kændid fru:t/ (n)
Mứt
voabulary
lucky money /‘lʌki mʌni/ (n):
Tiền Lì Xì
vocabulary
vocabulary
* Lunar New Year
* Agrarian people
* Agrarian
* Peach blossom
* Apricot blossom
* Kumquat tree
* Candied fruit
* Lucky money
/ә’greәriәn/(adj):
[`lu:nə]
/‘lʌki mʌni/ (n):
/’kændid fru:t/ (n)
/`kʌmkwɔt tri:/(n)
/`eiprikɔt `bl ɔsəm/ (n)
/pi:t∫`bl ɔsəm/ (n)
* Read the text about Tet in Vietnam,and then do the
tasks that follow.
Lunar New Year, or Tet, is VietNam’s main holiday. It is the grandest and most important occasion in the year which falls sometime between 19th January 20th February on the Western calender. Tet marks the beginning of spring and , for agrarian people, the start of a new year.
Tet’s preparations and celebrations used to be spread over months, but nowadays the holiday is much shorter. A great
deal of excitement still builds up well before Tet, however. Streets are decorated with coloured lights and red banners. Shop are full of goods. People are busy buying gifts, cleaning and decorating their houses and cooking traditional foods.

WHILE YOU READ
Homes are often decorated with plants and flowers at this time Peach blossom is traditional at Tet in the North while apricot blossom is traditional in the South.The kumquat tree with its ripe deep orange fruits is popular throughout the country.One of Tet’s most special foods is banh chung,which is made from sticky rice,green beans and fatty pork.Mut,which is candied fruit such as sugared apples,plums or tomatoes,is also popular.
On the days of Tet everyone tries to be nice and polite to each other.People believe that what they do on the first day of the year will influence their luck during the whole year.Thus,only positive comments should be made.People visit other family members or friends,and they exchange New Year’s wishes. Children receive their“lucky money”inside red envelopes. Many people go to the pagoda to pray for a happy year for themselves and their family.Both children and adults take part in games and various forms of entertainment.Tet is really a time of fun and festivals throughout the country.
Task 1:
1. grand:
2. agrarian:
3. banner;
4. pray:
5. excitement:
6. sugared apples:
The following words all appear in the passage. Find the Vietnamese equivalent for each of them
trọng đại, hòanh tráng
thuộc về nông nghiệp

băng rôn
cầu nguyện
sự nô nức, nhộn nhịp
táo dầm đường
Task 1:
1. taùo daàm ñöôøng:
2. söï noâ nöùc, nhoän nhòp:
3. troïng ñaïi, hoøanh traùng:
4. thuoäc veà noâng nghieäp:
5. baêng roân:
6. caàu nguyeän:
Find the English equivalent for each of them


grand
agrarian
excitement
pray
banner
sugared apples
Task 1:
Look at the picture then say the words:


1.
pray
2.
banner
3.
sugared apples
5.
excitement
Task2: Work in pairs. Decide whether the statements are true (T) or false (F).
1.Tet is always on 20th February on the Western calendar.
2. According to the text, for people anywhere in the world, the beginning of spring is the start of a new year.


4. According to the text, “lucky money” is usually given to everyone at Tet.
5. Kumquat trees are popular both in the North and in the South of Vietnam.
6. People try to be nice and polite to each other because they want to have good luck on New Year’s Day.
T
F





children
during the whole year
sometimes between 19th Jan and 20th Feb
agrarian people
(L3-4, P3)

3. Tet used to be longer than it is nowadays.
(L1-2, P2)
Task3: .Work in pairs. Ask and answer the following questions.
When is Tet holiday in Vietnam?
How long did Tet preparations and celebrations last in the past?
What do streets look like before Tet?
What do people do to prepare for Tet?
What is banh chung made from?
What is mut?
What are some popular activitives at Tet ?
1.When is Tet holiday in Vietnam?
 It falls sometimes between 19th January and 20th February on the Western calendar.
(L 2 – 3,P1)
They used to be spread over months.
( They lasted for months.)
2.How long did Tet preparations and celebrations last in the past?
(L1, P2)
3.What do streets look like before Tet?
They are decorated with coloured lights and red banners.
(L3 – 4 , P2)
 They often buy gifts, clean and decorate their houses and cook traditional foods.
4.What do people often do to prepare for Tet?
(L4 – 5 , P2)
It is made from sticky rice, green beans and fatty pork.
5.What is banh chung made from?
(L5 – 6,P3)
 It is candied fruit such as sugared apples, plums or tomatoes.
6.What is mut ?

(L6 – 7, P3)

They are: visiting other family members and friends, exchanging New Year’s wishes, going to the pagoda, taking part in games, etc…
7. What are some popular activities at Tet?
(Last paragraph)
Work in group:Tell each other about your last Tet holiday,focusing on the following main points.
How you prepared for Tet
How you decorated your house
Who you visited
What special foods you ate
What activities you enjoyed doing most
during Tet
After you read
EX: Fill in each column with the information about Tet holiday
EX: Handout
Tet (Lunar New Year)
sometime between
19th January and 20th February
on the Western calendar
-Tet marks: the beginning of spring
-Streets: decorated with coloured lights
and red banners.
-Banh chung
- Mut
- Visit other family members or friends.
- Exchange New Year`s wishes.
- Go to the pagoda…….
-For agrarian people: the start of a new year

- People: buy gifts, clean and decorate their houses,cook traditional foods.
- Home: decorated with plants and flowers
Write about your last Tet,using
what you have just said.
HOMEWORK
THANK YOU
GOOD BYE