ລິ້ງ ສຳຫລັບເຂົ້າຫາ

NDE Opening
Saly: ມື້ນີ້ ກ່ອນອື່ນໝົດ ເຊີນຟັງຄຳສັບ
ແລະບາງປະໂຫຽກ.

  • Georgia ແປວ່າຣັດ ຈໍເຈຍ ຢູ່ທາງພາກຕາເວັນອອກສຽງໃຕ້ ຂອງ ສຫຣ ຕິດກັບຣັດ ຟລໍຣີດາ.
I was born in Mississippi. ແປວ່າ ຂ້ອຍເກີດຢູ່ ຣັດ ມິສຊີສຊິບປີ

So you grew up in the South? ໝາຍຄວາມວ່າ ເຈົ້າເຕີບ
ໃຫຍ່ ຢູ່ທາງພາກໃຕ້ ແມ່ນບໍ່?


Language Focus. Was he born in San
Francisco?


Larry: Listen and repeat.

Saly: ບັດນີ້ເຊີນຟັງແລະຫັດເວົ້າຕາມຫຼັງ.

Max: Where does Mike live?
(pause for repeat)

Kathy: He lives in San Francisco.
(pause for repeat)

Max: Was he born in San Francisco?
(pause for repeat)

Kathy: No, he wasn’t.
(pause for repeat)

Max: Where was he born?
(pause for repeat)

Kathy: He was born in Mississippi.
(pause for repeat)

Max: Where did he grow up?
(pause for repeat)

Kathy: He grew up in Atlanta, Georgia.
(pause for repeat)

Max: When did he move to San Francisco?
(pause for repeat)

Kathy: He moved there in 1997.
(pause for repeat)


MUSIC
Saly: ຄຳວ່າ live, l i v e, live, ແປວ່າ ຢູ່ ຫຼື ອາໄສຢູ່ ເຊັ່ນ
ຂ້ອຍຢູ່ເມືອງລາວ, ຂ້ອຍຢູ່ເມືອງອະເມຣິກາ ດັ່ງນີ້ເປັນຕົ້ນ.

Interview 2. Mike Johnson: Some of our neighbors were African American


Larry: Interview

Saly : ບົດສຳພາດ ຫຼື ການສຳພາດ
ໃນບົດສຳພາດບົດນີ້ ທ່ານຈະໄດ້ຮູ້ວ່າ Mike ເກີດຢູ່ເມືອງ Atlanta
ຢູ່ຄຸ້ມດີ ຫຼືຄຸ້ມທີ່ມີຄົນດີຢູ່.


ດຽວນີ້ສະພາບການດີຂຶ້ນຫຼາຍແລ້ວ ສຳລັບຄອບຄົວອະເມຣິກັນ
ເຊື້ອສາຍອັຟຣິກາ.


  • Martin Luther King, Jr. ແມ່ນຊື່ຂອງວິຣະບຸຣຸດຜິວດຳຄົນນຶ່ງ
  • African-American ແປວ່າ ຊາວອະເມຣິກັນເຊື້ອສາຍອັຟຣິກາ

We lived in a small house in a nice neighborhood. ແປວ່າ
ພວກເຮົາຢູ່ເຮືອນຫຼັງນ້ອຍໆ ແຕ່ຢູ່ໃນຄຸ້ມດີ.


Some of our neighbors were African American, and some were white. ຄົນຢູ່ໃນຄຸ້ມຂອງພວກເຮົາ ບາງຄົນກໍເປັນອະເມຣິກັນ
ເຊື້ອສາຍອັຟຣິກາ ແລະບາງຄົນກໍແມ່ນຊາວຜິວຂາວ.

There is still racial prejudice in America. ຢູ່ອະເມຣິກາ ຄວາມ
ຮູ້ສຶກກຽດຊັງເລື້ອງເຊື້ອຊາດຜິວ ແມ່ນຍັງມີຢູ່.


Kathy: Our guest today is Mike Johnson.
Mike was born in Mississippi and grew up in Atlanta,
Georgia.
Mike, I’d like to ask you a question.

Mike: Sure.

Kathy: What was it like, growing up in the South?

Mike: Well, Atlanta is a great city.
And for an African-American family like ours, it was a great
city to grow up in.
We lived in a small house in a nice neighborhood.
Some of our neighbors were African American, and some
were white.
We all got along very well together.

Kathy: Things changed a lot in the South during the 1960’s and
1970’s, didn’t they?

Mike: Yes, they did.
When my father was growing up, things were very different.
He was born in Mississippi in 1939.
At that time, life was very hard for African Americans.
By the time we moved to Atlanta, things were be
But even today, there still is racial prejudice in America.

Saly: ມາຮອດໜີ້ບົດຮຽນຂອງເຮົາກໍໝົດລົງແລ້ວທ່ານ. ພໍ້ກັນໃໝ່ໃນບົດຮຽນໜ້າ.

NDE Closing
XS
SM
MD
LG