Unit 5 Cultural identity (E. Writing) trang 39 – Sách bài tập tiếng anh 12 – Chương trình mới

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Unit 5 Cultural identity E. Writing Bài 1. Put the following sentences in the spaces provided to form the outline of an essay about one of the features of a person’s cultural identity. (Đặt các câu sau đây trong khoảng trống được cung cấp để tạo thành dàn ý của một bài luận về một trong những đặc...

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Unit 5 Cultural identity

E. Writing

Bài 1. Put the following sentences in the spaces provided to form the outline of an essay about one of the features of a person’s cultural identity.

(Đặt các câu sau đây trong khoảng trống được cung cấp để tạo thành dàn ý của một bài luận về một trong những đặc điểm của bản sắc văn hóa của một người.)

a. I believe that the way we behave in different situations is the most important feature of all.

b. Our behaviour usually represents our age group, education, family background, etc.

c. There are many features that can define a person’s cultural identity.

d. Not only can our behaviour tell who we are, it may also indicate our culture of origin.

e. In conclusion, the way we behave defines our cultural identity.

INTRODUCTION

Explanation of the issue 1) ____

Thesis statement 2) _____

BODY

First feature 3)_____

Second feature 4) _____

CONCLUSION

Summary of the features 5) _____

Key

1. c 2. a 3. b 4. d 5. e

Bài 2 Use the outline in to write an essay of 220-250 words. Feel free to make changes to the outline and add your own ideas. You can also use these ideas to support your points.

(Hãy sử dụng dàn ý để viết một bài luận trong 220-250 từ. Hãy tự nhiên thay đổi dàn ý và thêm những ý tưởng của riêng bạn. Bạn cũng có thể sử dụng những ý tưởng này để hỗ trợ luận điểm của bạn.)

– Older people control emotions, such as anger, better than young people.

– The same difference can be observed between people who had happy childhood and people who grew up surrounded by violence and crime.

– Vietnamese students studying overseas are seen as very helpful and willing to share lecture notes with struggling classmates.

– They are considered too passive and reluctant to speak in group discussions.

Key

There are many features that can define a person’s cultural identity, ranging from the language they use to the lifestyle they adopt and the food they eat. However, I believe that the way we behave in different situations is the most important feature of all.

First, our behaviour usually represents our age group, education, family background, etc. in which we grew up, including even childhood experiences far back in the past. For example, in response to an insult, an older person will perhaps react in a more controlled way than a young person who is likely to get very angry more easily. Research shows that the same difference can be observed between people who enjoyed a happy childhood in a loving family and a friendly neighbourhood and people who grew up in families and communities surrounded by violence and crime.

Not only can our behaviour tell who we are, it may also indicate our culture of origin, for example. Vietnamese students studying overseas in multicultural environments are often seen as very helpful and always willing to share their lecture notes with struggling classmates. In class or group discussions though, they may be regarded as too quiet or passive, and reluctant to speak, even if invited.

In conclusion, the way we behave defines our cultural identity. Our behaviour can tel who we are as human beings and also as members of a certain group.

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