Unit 2, grade 10: Your Body And You – Speaking
1. Task 1 Unit 2 class 10 Speaking
Which of the following habits are good and which are bad for you? (Which of the following habits is good or bad for you?)
Good habits (Good habits):
– being thankful (expressing gratitude)
– keeping a routine (maintain regular daily routines)
– doing regular exercise (exercise regularly)
– never give up (never give up)
– saving money (save money)
– reading regularly (read carefully)
Bad habits (Bad Habits):
– leaving things until the last minute (let everything go / put it off until the last minute)
– eat what you like (Eat what you like)
– watching TV all day (watch TV all day)
– staying up late (stay up late)
– littering (dispose of garbage indiscriminately)
– arrival just in time (come just in time / arrive close to the time)
2. Task 2 Unit 2 class 10 Speaking
Work in pairs or groups and discuss why some of the habits above are good for you and why some are bad for you. (Work in pairs or groups and discuss why some of these habits are good or bad for you.)
first. I think reading regularly is good because it helps you gain knowledge.
(I think it is good to read books regularly because it will help you to know more.)
2. I think littering is not good because it will destroy the environment.
(I think littering is not good because it will destroy the environment.)
3. I think doing regular exercise is good because it will keep your body healthy.
(I think regular exercise is good because it will keep your body healthy.)
4. I think watching TV all day is not good because it makes you feel tired and lazy.
(I think watching TV all day is not good because it will make you feel tired and lazy.)
3. Task 3 Unit 2 Grade 10 Speaking
Look at the following text and read the advice. Do you think you could follow it? Why or why not? (Look at the following article and read the advice. Do you think you can follow? Why?)
The good thing about bad habits is you can kick them!
Here are five tricks to get rid of bad habits and replace them with healthy ones.
first. Make a list.
Write down all your bad habits. Next, write another list of good habits that you could swap for those naughty habits.
2. Shake up your routine.
Habits are often routine-based, so changing your daily routine slightly can sometimes be enough to rid yourself of bad habits.
3. Pretend the habit belongs to someone else!
We’re great at giving advice but not so at taking it.
4. Surround yourself with people who’ve kicked similar habits.
Hang out with people who have already given up their bad habits. They will inspire good habits in you.
5. Think about how you’ll feel when you kick the habits.
Imagine the benefits you will have when you get rid of the habits.
The good thing about bad habits is that you can break them!
Here are 5 tricks to get rid of bad habits and replace them with healthy ones.
first. Make the list.
Write down all your bad habits. Next, write a list of good habits that you can swap for naughty ones.
2. Shake up your habits.
Habits are often based, so changing your daily routine a little can sometimes be enough to rid yourself of bad habits.
3. Pretend familiar habits belong to others!
We’re good at giving advice, but don’t take it.
4. Surround yourself with people who have dropped similar habits.
Hang out with people who have given up their bad habits. They will inspire good habits in you.
5. Think about how you feel when you start the routine.
Imagine the benefits you will have when you break out of the habit.
4. Task 4 Unit 2 Grade 10 Speaking
Work in pairs or groups to choose one bad habit. Make a list of Dos and Don’ts in order to kick that habit. Share the list with others and report to the class. (Work in pairs or groups to pick out a bad habit. Make a list of do’s and don’ts to break the habit. Share that list with your friends and present it in advance. class.)
Example: How to kick “wake up late”
- Plan carefully
- Get the job done early
- Only eat enough for dinner
- Wake up early
- Do exercise
– Things not to do:
- Watch horror movies or scary TV shows
- Drink strong coffee or tea
- Sleep all day
- Wake up late
5. Practice Task 1
Choose the letter A, B, C or D the word that has the underlined part different from others.
Question 1: A. digestive B. complicated C. evidence D. intestine
Question 2: A. diSease B. inteStine C. conSume D. Search
Question 3: A. diSease B. inteStine C. conSume D. Search
Question 4: A. heal B. fear C. hear D. appear
6. Practice Task 2
Choose the letter A, B, C or D to complete the sentences
Question 1: Would you mind _______ more clearly, please?
A. speak B. speaking C. to speak D. spoke
Question 2: Every day, we ________ a great deal of food from poultry.
A. consume B. consumes C. consuming D. consumed
Question 3: She gives her children everything _______ they want.
A. that B. who C. whom D. what
Question 4: As the drug took the patient became unconscious.
A. effect B. force C. influence D. action
To learn how stress and pronunciation in different words aid in speaking, invite your children to practice. Unit 2 Speaking test The following new English 10.
At the end of the lesson, students need to do full exercises and practice speaking skills; at the same time know the do’s and don’ts to have good health.