Identity Teacher Ebnulhassan Tushar Assistant Teacher (English) Ranachandi High School and College Kishoreganj, Nilphamari Contact No: 01719 -245814 E-mail: tusharbd 89@gmail. com English For Today Class: Six Lesson: 27
Do you know him He is Bangladeshi Singer James
Do you know him He is Bangladeshi Singer Habib Wahid.
Do you know him Student: No, Sir He is George Harrison, organizer of “The Concert for Bangladesh”
Lesson Announcement The Concert for Bangladesh
Learning Outcomes After completing the lesson students will be able to--- q ask and answer question q participate un short dialogues and conversation on familiar topics q Read and understand the texts
Let’s enjoy the video Click Here This is ‘The Concert for Bangladesh’.
Go ahead to the section ‘A’ and read loudly
DVD Player Meaning: one kind of entertaining device. Bearded man Meaning: a growth of hair on the man’s face.
Audience Meaning: the assembled spectators at a public event. Relief Meaning: assistance, especially in the form of food, clothing or money.
Struggle Meaning: Fight Sadness Meaning: the condition or quality of being sad.
Distress Meaning: extreme anxiety, sorrow or pain. Disaster Meaning: a sudden event such as an accident or a natural catastrophe.
Concert Meaning: a musical performance given in public. Fund Meaning: provide with money for a particular purpose.
Glad Meaning: make happy Quickly Meaning: at a fast speed.
Pair works In pairs, discuss if the following statements are true or false. If false, correct the statement. a. George Harrison was from the United States. False Correct : George Harrison was from the England. b. In 1971, George Harrison visited Bangladesh to take part in the liberation war. Correct: In 1971, George Harrison did not visit Bangladesh to take part in the liberation war. False
C. A huge audience attended the concert for Bangladesh. True d. George Harrison was the only well-known musician to take part in the Concert for Bangladesh. False Correct: George Harrison was the only wellknown musician to take part in the Concert for Bangladesh. e. The people of the world became aware of the crisis in Bangladesh following the Concert for Bangladesh. True
Group Works Do you know of any Bangla song that inspired the people of Bangladesh during the war of liberation in 1971? a. What is the first line of the song? Ans: The first line of the song is ‘Amra ekti ful k bachabo bole juddho kori’. b. What is the song about? Ans: The song is about patriotic.
c. Who is the singer of the song? Ans: The singer of the song is Apel Mahmud. d. Where did you hear the song first? Ans: I first heard the song in Television. e. How do you feel when you listen to this songs? Ans: I feel great patriotic feeling to hear the song.
Complete the summary of the first three stanzas of the song ‘Bangladesh’ with suitable words from the box. support stand quickly come problem My friend came to me with sad eyes and requested me to help his country before it died. Though I could not feel the pain, but I think I should try to help. I also appeal to you all to (1) support us to save the lives of those people. So many people are dying (2) quickly in this country called Bangladesh. The country is facing (3) PROBLEMS and I have never seen such sufferings. Now, won’t you (4) besides stand the people of Bangladesh and (5) come forward to reduce their sufferings?
Homework Write a short composition about “The Concert for Bangladesh”