B) Give your point of view on youth organisations, movements or cults.
7 Role-play the situation in pairs.
You and your friend feel that you would like to join a youth movement. Discuss which of these organisations you would like to join.
People for Peace
People in Politics
Stay Healthy Movement
Follow the instructions on page 225.
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all the options;
an active part in the conversation and be polite;
up with ideas;
your friend to come up with suggestions;
out your friend's attitudes and take them into account;
. come to an agreement.
® In groups, brainstorm the problems of youth and decide on the most difficult one. Then try to offer an answer to that particular problem.
More people will see the problem from a different angle and come up with different suggestions . Compare the suggestions! How many of them are the same? How many of them are different? Which would be the most useful? Discuss the suggestions. Use the phrases below.
it USEFUL PHRASES
compromise or to meet people halfway
try and see other people's points of view
to establish and upkeep good relations with people of all ages, to socialise
find lifelong friends
get over their complexes
keep fit by doing more exercise and having a healthy diet
to be sensible, not to shock people with their appearance and behaviour
to put their future at risk
to think too much about their looks, to concentrate on really important things like goodness of character
to treat modern fashionable tendencies (like music, clothes and lifestyles) more critically and not to allow them to become their whole lives
to make an idol of anyone
remember that heavy use of computers is dangerous
say 'no' to such social evils as drugs, drinking alcohol, smoking, eating junk food or gambling
develop a positive attitude to life and people
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Do the group project. Follow the steps below and design your poster
I1-: or a leaflet.
:::J Step 1 Read the instructions Step 2 Find examples of the above
>- on how to write a instructions in the leaflet So You
leaflet or poster and Think It's Cool to Get Drunk?
fill in the gaps with
the appropriate words
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from the box.
use of, striking, heading, logical, reader, illustrations, directly, divided
HOW TO WRITE
A LEAFLET OR POSTER
Your leaflet I poster needs a main (1) ... which is attention-catching so that the (2) ... will want to
So You Think lfs
BUT HAVE YOU STOPPED
TO THINK WHAT IT CAN DO TO YOUR BODY?
Too much beer can lead to your putting on weight. In addition, heavy
drinking can cause stomach ulcers1
continue reading, and
which tells them what the leaflet is about. It can be a good idea to address the reader (3)....
Your subheadings should be short and clear.
(4) ... questions can be a good technique.
The text should be (5) ...
into short, easy-to-read sections that have a (6) ... order.
Your leaflet I poster needs
to be visually (7) .... To achieve this, you can use bullet points, underlining, different colours, (8) ... , etc.
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Although moderate drinking can protect against heart disease; too much alcohol is connected with high blood pressure, irregular heartbeat and the risk of strokes and heart disease.
Heavy drinking can cause oral cancer. It also makes your breath smell. Who wants to kiss a drunk?
Alcohol slows down brain activity, which makes you feel more relaxed, but which also down your reactions. Consequently, drunk people are more likely to be victims of violent crime, house fires and car crashes.
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Step 3In your group, use the guidelines to produce your own poster or leaflet on how to look after yourself . Here are some suggested topics:
eHIV I AIDS
You Own Idea
Before you start writing, it's a good idea to brainstorm some ideas that you want to include!