When Families Live Together – level 1
In the US, some schools plan to do virtual learning. This means that students will not go to schools. Students will study at home. They will use a computer.
However, it can be a difficult situation for parents. Parents must go to work. Parents cannot stay at home. Somebody must learn with the children.
Asian, Hispanic and Black people often live together in a big house. More generations live in one house. Grandparents and other family members help look after the children. They can learn with the children, too.
People over 65 must be careful. COVID-19 is more dangerous for them. Older people end up in hospital more often. Families must remember this. All family members must wear masks. It is important to keep the grandparents safe.
Difficult words: virtual learning (when a student does schoolwork on the Internet or a computer), Hispanic (when someone is from a Spanish-speaking country of Mexico, Central America, or South America), generation (all the people who are born and who live at the same time).
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