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A Day at School Acting School and Movie Stars Airport Arrival Answering Machine Apartments for Rent Bookstore Shopping Camping Under the Stars Christmas is Coming!Class Reunion Clothing Styles Business Communications College Life Daily Schedule Dating Game DVD Movie Rentals Eye Glasses for You A Fun Day Family Activities Family Relationships First Date Getting Around Tokyo Good Old Blues Gourmet Cooking Happy Birthday!ESL Level: Intermediate Lesson Topic: Family issues; changes in traditional family values Skill Focus: Reading, Vocabulary, Speaking Lesson Plan Download: Topic-Family-Intermediate-28022012Approximate Class Time: Two hours1) What is the best environment to raise a family in (e.g. This term, originating in the 1950s, describes families consisting of a father, a mother, and their offspring. 4) Does someone in your family maintain a family tree? The nuclear family is the traditional family structure in the West.American sociologist Stephanie Coontz believes so too, but for different reasons.Coontz points out that marriages are no longer arranged for political or economic reasons, and children are no longer required to contribute to the family income. She believes this shift towards love, emotional fulfillment, and free choice has actually weakened the family by making it optional and fragile. 2) True or False: extended families are replacing nuclear families in North America. 4) Why does Stephanie Coontz believe the institution of the family has weakened?
Extended families are less common in North America, where it is not uncommon to place grandparents in retirement homes.3) How has marriage and raising children changed in the U. 5) Do you agree or disagree with the ideas in the article?1 – The nuclear family is a traditional family that has a father, mother, and children. 3 – Fewer women are getting married, and those who have children are not always getting married.This marked the first time childbirth had become the first major milestone in adult life, ahead of marriage. K, 3/4 of women were married by the age of 25 and half were mothers.Judging by the high rates of divorce and the increasing number of children born out of wedlock, it would appear that the family as an institution is in decline.