Giáo án tiếng anh 11 cơ bản cả năm chuẩn in dùng luôn theo chương trình mới

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Preparing of date:…………………… Teaching of date class class in date 11a4 11a5 Period : Total of sts Unit 1: FRIENDSHIP Lesson 1: Reading I Objectives By the end of the lesson, Ss will be able to: - Develop such reading micro-skills as scanning for specific ideas, skimming for general information, and guessing meaning in context - Use the information they have read to discuss the t opic II Teaching aids Textbook, handouts III Language content 1.Knowledge: + Vocabulary :enthusiasm,constant… + Grammar : past simple, past progressive… Skills : devolop reading IV.Teaching methods: p.p.p,communicative… IV Procedure Time Teacher's activities Students' activities I-Organization: -Answer: 1’ Who is absent today? 11A4: 11A5: II.WARM UP Competition game’Network Sts listen and work in groups - T prepares a handout with a network of the word “Friendship” 6’ Friendship 10’ - T divides the class into groups and gives each group a handout T asks Ss to complete the network The winner will be the group completing the network in the shortest period of time BEFORE YOU READ Discussing the picture and poem - T ask the whole class to look at the picture on page 12 an ask them some question : + What are the girls and boy doing in the picture ? + How they feel ? + What does the picture tell you ? - T ask Ss o work in pair to read the short poem on page 13 and answer the question : “What you think of friend in the poem ?” - T calls on some Ss to answer the question T may give some comments and her suggestion : The friend in the poem is very dedicated and thoughtful He / she is willing to help his / her friend in any circumstances Pre- teaching Vocabulary Note : T should only teach the words which not appear in Task Lasting (adj) = lifelong (adj) : bền vững , lâu dài) To be concerned with : quan tâm tới , Constant (adj):thờng xuyên, không thay đổi Constancy (n): không thay đổi Rumour (n): tin đồn Gossip (n): chuyện tầm phào Trust (n): sù tin tëng Sorrow (n): sù ®au khỉ Pair work and whole class Suggested answers : + One boy is playing the guitar , and the other girls and boys are singing + They sem very happy because I can see their smile + The picture tells me that friends can happily many things together / Friedship is a nice thing that brings hppiness to us 6’ 5’ Pursuit (n): sù theo ®i, ®am mª - If there is some time left, T may ask some Ss to make sentences with the above words to check their understanding WHILE YOU READ Setting the scene You are going to read a passage about the qualities of a long lasting friendship While you are reading, the tasks in the textbook Task Instruction: Fill each blank with one of the words in the box - T writes these words on the board:Acquaintance, incapable of, mutual, unselfish, give and take, friend, loyal to, suspicious - Then T instructs Ss to read the passage quickly and stop at the lines that contain these words to guess their meanings (except for the word “friend” as this word is familiar with Ss) - Ss guess the meaning of the words based on the contexts in the sentences - T checks that Ss understand the words correctly T can check Ss’ understanding by asking them to provide the Vietnamese equivalents to the words - Next, T instructs Ss to use some strategies to Task 1: - T asks Ss to work individually to the task - T goes around to help Ss when necessary - T asks Ss to exchange their answers with other Ss - T asks Ss for their answers and tells them to explain their choices - T gives the correct answers: Task Instruction: You are to read the passage again and dicide which of the choices A,B,C or D most adequately sums up the ideas of the whole passage - T gets Ss the task individually and then find a peer to compare their answer with T might want to give them some time to reread the passage - T might also want to give Ss some strategies to find the main idea of the passage: -T calls on some Ss to give their answers and asks other Ss to say whether they agree or disagree - T gives feedback and the correct answer: Answer : B Whole class, individual work and pair work *Keys: 1.mutual give and take 2.incapable of loyal to 3.unselfish suspicious acquaintance/friend Answer : B 10’ Task Instruction: You are required to answer the six questions in the book - T asks Ss how to this task If they not remember, T may instruct them to use some strategies to the task: + First, skim the six questions to understand them As Ss this they: + Go back to the first question and locate the information for the question by finding the key words in the passage and mark the place + Read the part carefully to find the answer Ss can use their own words + Continue with the rest of the questions - T asks Ss to work individually to the task, then discuss their answers with their peers - T calls on some Ss to write their answers on the board and ask then to explain their choices - T gives the correct answers: The first quality for true friendship is unselfishness It tells us/me that a person who is concerned only with his/her own interests and feelings can’t be a true friend (paragraph 2) Because they take up an interest with enthusiasm, but they are soon tired of it, and they feel the attraction of some new object (line 2-3, paragraph 3) The third quality for true friendship is loyalty It tells us/me that the friends must be loyal to each other, and they must know each other so well that there can can be no suspicions between them (line 1-3, paragraph 4) Because if not people cannot feel sae when telling the other their secrets (line 1-3 , paragraph ) Because they cannot keep a secret , eithr of their own or of others’ (line 3-4 , Paragraph ) The last quality is sympathy It tell us / me that to be a true friend one must sympathise with his / her friend one Where there is no mutual sympathy between friends there is no true friendsship (last paragraph ) AFTER YOU READ Instruction: You are required to work in pairs to discuss the question in the textbook * underline the key words For instance, in question Ss can underline what, first quality, friendship, * decide what information they need to find in the text *look for questions words like “why” which indicates Ss should read for specific thing like a reason Pair work , group work, & whole class 2’ - T asks Ss to work in pairs to discuss the question in the book - T goes around to help Ss when necessary - When all pairs have finished, T asks every pairs to share ideas - T calls on some Ss to report their ideas to the class - T gives feedback Whole class Consolidation and homework T summarizes the main points of the lesson - T asks Ss to learn by heart all of the new words and the extra exercise as homework Preparing of date:…………………… Teaching of date class class in date 11a4 11a5 Period : Total of sts UNIT : FRIENDSHIP Lesson 2: Speaking I Objectives By the end of the lesson, Ss will be able to describe the physical characteristics and personalities of their friends, using appropriate adjectives II Materials Textbook, handouts III Anticipated problems Ss may not have enough vocabulary to talk about the topic, so T should be ready to provide help IV Porcedure Time Steps Work arrangement 8’ WARM UP Competition game - Word search - T divides the class into small groups of – Ss Then T Group work distributes the following puzzle handout for Ss to in their own groups Which group finishes first and has all the correct answers will be the winner - A variant of this activity: T draws or prepares big copies of the word search and hangs them on the board T calls pairs of Ss to go to the board and ask them find all the adjectives as quickly as possible The pair with the quickest and most correct answers will be the winner The adjectives in the box below are hidden in the puzzle Find them as quickly as possible Tall handsome Beautiful sincere Caring humorous medium honest understanding H A U O M G O E R M O N U N S M S S R I E M I M N M O D I C T A U R T I O N N G H U M O I D E H A A E S N E S T S I G N S U H R N O I N U B N G G F T E R U E H D E A N H B T A A L L D M E D I U N G R A B H O L T D E R S T A N D I S I N C E R E S F O U G E N E R O U M F A U D A A R L E U U N O U H R H M A S A U L R B L C U N T E N S E D 12’ TASK Instruction: You are going to look at the picture of people on page 15 and describe them in pairs - Before letting Ss the task, T asks them to read Useful language on page 16 T may ask If Ss know the meanings of the adjectives provided - T elicits or teaches some words: Forehead (n): (T points at his/her forehead) tr¸n Crooked (adj): an adjective you can use to describe one’s nose ( mòi kho»m) -T may ask Ss to provide some adjectives/expressions used to describe people’s appearance She may also give Ss a handout of these adjectives and expressions Describing people’s appearance Height Build Hair Face Eye Nose Chin Lips Forehead Skin General Appearance Age Tall, medium, short Slim, plump ( bô bÉm, đầy đặn), overweight/obese (béo phì), Thin, muscular(vạm vỡ), athletic, stocky(thấp nịch), well-built(lực lỡng), of medium/average/normal build Normal order of activities used to describe one’s hair: length, style and colour + length: long, short, shoulderlength(ngang vai) + style: straight, wavy, curly, crewcut(đầu cua) + colour: black, grey, red, brown Others: a fringe(mái), a bun (búi tóc), plait(s) (đuôi sam)( to wear one’s hair in a bun/a plait/plaits), receding(sãi, tãc hít sau), bald Oval, round, large, square, skinny, chubby(phóng phÝnh), long, with high cheek-bones(gò má cao) Small, big, black, brown, blue Straight, crooked, turned up(hÕch), big, small, flat(tÑt) Pointed chin(c»m nhän), double chin(hai c»m), no chin Thin, full, narrow, heart shaped Broad, high White, pale, suntanned(rám nắng), oriental, dark, brown, coffee-coloured, black, a smooth complexion, pale complexion(da t¸i)/ dark complexion, clear skin, greasy skin(da nhên) Beautiful, handsome, pretty, goodlooking, plain(b×nh thêng) She was in her late teens (18, 19 tuæi)/he was in his early twenties (2123 tuæi)/she was about thirsty years old/his twelve-year-old son/a middleaged woman/a man in his sixties(kho¶ng 60 ti) - T asks Ss to work in pairs to describe the people in the picture, and then calls on some Ss to present their answers - T gives feedback Suggested answers: The boy is about 16 years old He may shortsighted because he’ a wearing a pair of glasses He has short black hair, a round face with a broad forehead, a small nose, thin lips, and a small chin He’ quite good-looking The girl is about 14 She’ also wearing a pair of glasses She has shoulder-length black hair, and she’ wearing a ribbon She has an oval face with a straight nos, full lips and a pointed chin She’ quite pretty The man is in his forties He’ tall and well-built He has short brown hair and a square face with a broad forehead, small eyes, a crooked nose and thin lips He’ quite good-looking The woman is in her twenties She’ quite tall and slim She has long curly hair and an oval face with a broad forehead, big eyes, a straight nose, heart-shaped lips and a small chin She’ very beautiful 10’ 13’ Task Instruction: You are going to discuss and number the personalities in order of importance in friendship and then report the results - Before Ss the task, T asks them to look at the list of adjectives provided in the book T asks if Ss understand these adjectives or not - T can elicit or explain some adjectives quickly: Caring(adj): kind and helpful and showing that you care about other people (chu đáo) Hospitable(adj): please to welcome guests; generous and friendly to visitors(hiÕu kh¸ch) Modest(adj): not talking much about your own abilities or possessions(khiªm tèn) Sincere(adj): saying only what you really think or feel (chân thành) Understanding(adj): showing sympathy for other people problems and being willing to forgive them when they sth wrong(th«ng c¶m) -T divides the class into groups of with a group leader They discuss and the leader will take notes of the ideas, and then one representative will report the result to the whole class T reminds Ss that they have to explain their choice as well - T goes round to offer help when Ss discuss - T calls on some Ss to report the results of their discussion Ss’ answer may be: My group thinks that being caring is the most important in friendship because when friends care about each other, they will know when to share happiness or difficulty with their friend - T elicits feedback from the class and gives final comments Task Instruction: Imagine that you have a friend who has just won the first prize in Mathematics A journalist is going to interview you about your friend Act out the interview in pairs - Before Ss perform the interview in pairs, T gets Ss have a look at their roles on page 16 and the suggestions on page 17 - T may elicit the questions they may ask, foe example: + his /her physical characteristics: What does he/she look like ? + his/her hobbies: What does he/she like doing in his/her free time ?/ What are his/her hobbies ? + his/her personalities: How is he/she ?/ Is he/she friendly ? - T may also make clear the meanings of some adjectives: Quick-witted (adj): able to think quickly; intelligent (th«ng minh, nhanh trÝ) Good-natured (adj): kind, friendly and patient when dealing with people (tốt bụng,đôn hậu) - Tasks Ss to work in pairs to perform the interview in 10 Whole class group work & Whole class pair work & T SPACE CONQUEST READING Aims: By the end of the lesson, students will be able to: - scan read for specific ideas - skim read for general ideas Teaching aids: pictures, handouts PROCEDURE stages/ Activies Timing Warmer Quiz divide the class into two groups mins prepare questions beforehand to ask the two groups Each goups takes turns to give answer to the questions they hear It they give the correct answer, they get one mark There will be a special question, and the group giving the correct answer to this question gets three marks The group with more marks wins the game Questions: What we call someone invited to our house to have a party? (guest) What is the popular website enabling you to search for any information you need ? ( Google) A kind of fruit related to the discovery of gravity (apple) A small animal told in a fable to kill an elephant ( ant) An adj to describe the earth ( round) What is the word to fill in this sentence ? A friend in is a friend indeed ( need) What is a small thing we need for making clothes ? (needle) Special question: Can you use the first letter of words above to make a meaningful word ? Key: GAGARIN Declare the winner Ss UNIT 15 : Lead-in: Are you the first Vietnamese person who set foot on the moon ? (Pham Tuan) And Who was the first person in the world to set foot on the moon ? ( Gagarin) Yes, Gagarin, and today we are going to read about this interesting person In the first place, I'd like to help you with some new words Pre-reading ( m) Vocabulary gravity ( n) - the pull of the earth cosmonaut ( n): translation last (v): gap-filling How long does this film ? Expected answer: last name after (v): context This street was named after a Vietnamese writer What does named after mean ? Expected answer: đợc đặt tên theo Checking T asks Ss to work in pairs to complete the following sentences with the words just learnt Pham Tuan was a very well-known in Vietnam Water runs downhill because of My school was a national hero Our summer holiday often .about months Ecpected answers: 1.cosmonaut 2.gravity 3.named after 4.lasts T says: Now let's get back to Gagarin, the first person to come to the moon Let's open your books to page 167 and read the reading text about him Whilereading ( m) Activity 1: Matching Test Instructions: How many paragraphs are there in this reading text ? ( Five ) Good, and you see, each paragraph has a heading Now you read the text and then 241 Interactions T Ss Ss Ss T Ss T Ss T Ss Ss Ss T Ss work in pairs to match the headings to the paragraphs Suggested answers: P1 - B (the lift-off) P2 - E (Uncertainties) P3 - D (A view of earth) P4 - C (Congratulations) P5 - A (The tragic accident) T calls on some Ss to give answers T gives feedback (10 m) Post-reading ( 10 m) Homework (2 m) Activity 2: Questions - Answers Divide the class into groups of four Give handout (questions) to each group Asks Ss to read the text again and work in groups of four to write their answers on the handouts Asks the groups to exchange the handouts for correction Calls on some groups to give the answers, asking each group to correct the answers on the handout Ask each group to take its handout back after correction Suggested answers He became the first human being in space when he was 27 He was in space for 108 minutes Before his flight, these questions were raised - What would happen to a human being in space ? - How would the body react to the extreme changes in temperature ? - How would the mind deal with the psychological tension ? It was more than 17.000 miles per hour Because of a tragic accident After his death, his hometown of Gzhatsk was renamed Gagarin, and the Cosmonaut Training Center at Star City, Russia, was given the name to honour this national hero Gap-fill T asks Ss to read the reading text and then work in pairs to the gap-fill test (task 3/page 169) T calls on some pairs to give the answers T gives feedback Suggested answers: 1.cosmonaut 2.lasted 3.uncertainies 4.gravity 5.view 6.chapter 7.impossible 8.symbol S S T S S S T S S S T Ss Build the following sentences Gagarin / not / get / home / if / there / technical failure Although / flight/ last / no more / hours / Gagarin / become / greatest cosmonaut / all times U.S president John F.Kennedy / send / telegram / congratulate / Gagarin / his feat Tragic accident / prevent / Gagarin / make / another flight Suggested answers Gagarin would not have got home if there had been a technical failure Although the flight lasted no more than hours, Gagarin became the greatest cosmonaut of all times U.S president John F Kennedy sent a telegram to congratulate Gagarin on his feat A tragic accident prevented Gagarin from making another flight UNIT 15 SPACE CONQUEST SPEAKING Aims: By the end of this lesson, Ss will be able to: - ask and answer questions on given information - talk about historical events in the space conquest Teaching aids: pictures, handouts PROCEDURE Stages/Time Activities Warm-up What is it in the picture ? ( m) T shows a picture of a space-craft hidden by numbered pieces of paper T prepares these four questions beforehand What is the missing word in this sentence ? It only takes me about hour to from Hue to HCM city.(fly) Complete this sentence with a noun Gagarin was a well-known .( cosmonaut) Spacemen in the world have made progress in ( conquest) What is the missing word in this sentence ? 242 Interactions T Ss Ss Ss Spacemen travel into space at great ( speed) T divides the class into groups, asking them to take turns to choose the number on the piece of paper For each number, there is a question for them to answer If the members of the group give the correct answer, that group has one mark and T takes off one piece of paper from the hidden picture Ss can stop at any time to tell what the picture is about, and if they get it right, they score three marks for their group The group with more marks wins the game Hidden picture: SPACECRAFT T declares the winner Lead-in: Today, we are going to talk about space exploration First of all , I am going to provide you with some new words Pre-speaking ( m) Vocabulary 1.launch ( v) (gap-fill) The first spacecraft was into space in 1957 Expected answer: launched mark (v) (translation) human (n) (gap-fill) Only h .can use languageb to communicate orbit (n) (translation) T Ss T Ss T Ss Ss Ss T Ss Ss Ss Checking: Rub out and remember Whilespeaking ( m) (10 m) Activity 1: Questions-Answers Intructions: You are going to read a piece of news about manned spacecaft of China, then work in pairs to ask and answer questions about the text Example: Student A: When did China launch its first spacecraft into space ? Student B: On Oct 15, 2003 T goes around to offer help T asks some pairs to act out the aonversation T takes notes and gives feedback Activty 2: Group-work Instructions: Open your books on page 171 and have a look at the events in space exploration of different countries Now you have to work in groups of four One member of each group has to read about the space exploration of one country carefully and then answer any questions that the other members may ask You have to choose the country by using a very small paper ball All you have to is to drop the ball onto page 171, and the ball falls on a country, you have to talk about that country When you finish talking about the space exploration of one country, move on with another one by dropping the paper ball T goes around to offer help T takes notes of Ss' mistakes for indirect correction After minutes, T asks them to stop and gives feedback on their work T S Ss Writing Using the information given in box / page 171, write a short paragraph about Pham Tuan, the first Vietnamese person to set foot on the moon Copy your finished passage about Pham Tuan on your exercise notebook Post-speaking ( 10 m) T Homework UNIT 15 Aims: SPACE CONQUEST LISTENING By the end of the lesson, Ss will be able to : 243 Ss - listen for specific information - listen for general ideals Teaching aids: handouts, pictures PROCEDURE Stages/Time Activities Warm-up Matching Game T photocopies page 172 to make handouts for Ss T gives handouts to Ss and asks them to face them down When all Ss already have the handouts, T asks them to match the pictures with the descriptions at the bottom of the handout The first student who gives the exact answers wins the game Key: Picture A: Picture B: Picture C: Picture D: Picture E: Declare the winner Pre-listening ( m) While-listening ( m) Post-listening (10 m) Lead-in: What you know about Apollo crew ? (They first set foot on the moon) Now look at picture A, how many people were there in the crew ? (There were 3) Now today we are going to listen about this crew First I am going to help you know some new words Vocabulary surface(n) ( drawing) T draws the surface of the road, and elicits the word surface experiment(n) ( question) What scientists often in laboratories ? expected answer: experiment astronaut (n): spaceman challenge (n): (translation) Checking T asks Ss to complete the following sentences with the words just learnt a They couldn't walk on the moon's unless they wore spacesuit b Putting a man on the moon was a great at that time c Mr Smith is doing his in the chemistry lab d He was the first to reach the moon Activity 1: Instructions: As I have said, this time you are going to listen about the Apollo crew, who first reached the moon Listen and work in pairs to decide if the statements are true or false Remember that the tape will be played twice T gives Ss handouts of T-F test T plays the tape twice T calls on some Ss to give the answers T goes over the answers with the class suggested answers: 1.F 2.F 3.F 4.F 5.T Activyty 2: Gap-fill T gives Ss handouts of activity Instructions: Now listen to the listening text again and answer the questions in the handout You will listen to the tape twice T gives Ss minute to read the questions T plays the tape twice T calls on some Ss to give the answers T goes over the answers with the class Suggested answers: NASA's Apollo program wa developed to meet President Kennedy's challenge The Apollo 11 was launched on July 16, 1969 The portable life support system was used for controlling the oxygen temperature and pressure inside the spacesuit The astronauts stayed on the surface of the moon they performed a variety of experiments and collected soil and rock samples to return to Earth They returned to Earth on July 24th, 1969 Discussion Choose one of the following topics and discuss it in pairs If you knew you had only one more week to live on Earth because you 244 Interactions T Ss Ss Ss T Ss T Ss Ss Ss T S Ss S T S S T S S S T Ss would go to the moon and stayed there forever, what would you on those days ? If you had a chance to go to the moon and could take only things with you, what would you choose and why ? Homework ( m) Writing Write a short paragraph about this topic: In your opinion, why people take interest in other planets in the solar system ? UNIT 15 SPACE CONQUEST WRITING Aims: By the end of the lesson, Ss will be able to: - write a biography - work in pairs / groups effectively - the tasks set by T correctly Teaching aids: handouts, pictures PROCEDURE Stages/Time Activities Warm-up Lucky Number ( m) Divide the class into groups T draws a flower with petals and writes a number on each petal T T asks each group to take turns to choose a number and answer the following questions The group with more marks win the game Something we give our friend on their birthday ( gift) A popular kind of drink in Japan, China and Vietnam ( tea) Something that gives energy to the earth everyday ( sun) A synonym of crazy ( mad) name of an animal which has letters ( ox) LUCKY NUMBER a small, black animal living in the field ( rat) The opposite of shake ( your head) ( nod) Fill in this gap " Don't cry over spilled " ( milk) T declares the winner T asks who can use all the first letters of those words to write the name of a famous man Key: AMSTRONG Pre-writing Lead-in: ( m) In today's lesson, you are going to write the biography of AMSTRONG First i will provide you with some new words Vocabulary disaster ( explanation) Flood, storm, earthquake are disasters What does disaster mean? Quote (n) ( elicitation) What you call a section of an application form in which you write important events in your life ? ( quote) investigate ( v) ( gap-fill) The police are i .the case of bank robbery in our village (investigate) biography (n) ( translation) Checking: Rub out and remember Interactions T Ss Ss Ss T Ss T Ss T Ss Ss Ss T Ss Activity 1: Close-test Instructions: You are going to read about Amstrong's biography After reading it, you have to work in groups of four to put each of the headings in the box in the appropriate blank T calls on five representatives of five groups ( chosen at random) to go to the BB to write down their answer Suggested answers: birth place of birth known as career quote Activity 2: Writing T asks Ss to read Amstrong's biography again and work individually to write a 245 Homework m paragraph of Neil Amstrong Ss write their work on their notebooks T goes around to offer help T takes notes of Ss' mistakes for indirect correction T calls on Ss to go to the BB to write down their work T, together with Ss, finds out the mistakes and corrects them T gives feedback on Ss' work T points out some common mistakes made by Ss when doing this writing task sample development Neil Amstrong is an American astronaut He is known as the first person to walk on the moon He was born on August 5th, 1930 in Ohio From 1949 to 1952, he worked as a pilot in the United States Navy Amstrong received his BS from Purdue University in 1955 In 1962 , he joined the Nasa astronaut program On july 20th 1969 Neil Amstrong beame the first human to step on the's moon's surface Amstrong received his M.S from the University of Southern California He resigned from nasa a year later and from 1971 to 1979, he taught at the university of Cincinnati In 1986, Amstrong was pointed vice chairman of the committee that investigated the Challenger shuttle disaster Amstrong is aslo well- known for what he said when he stepped on the moon's surface There's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind T comes to Ss to encourage them to write T collects some mistakes made by Ss for indirect correction T asks two Ss to go to the BBto write down their work T gives Wtite your own biography, the quote should include ; - time to go to elementary school ( where/ when to go / name of the school) - time to go to secondary school ( where/ when to go / name of the school) UNIT 15 : SPACE CONQUEST LANGUAGE FOCUS Aims: By the of the end, students will be able to : * diatingguish the sounds / nt/, /nd/,/nO/, /ns/, /nz/ * know how to use the conjunctions both and, not only but also either or, neither nor * know how to use cleft sentences in the passive Teaching aids: handouts, pictures PROCEDURE Stages/ Activities Timing Warm- up Find the other part of your life T asks two students to volunteer to play the game The should be a boy and a girl The boy will look at the board and the girl stands behind the boy They have to stand back to back T explains that the boy will be asked five questions and all he has to is to nod or shake his head to express his agreement or disagreement T will write his answer on the board Then T will ask the girl the same five questions, the girl can say yes or no to answer If the boy and the girl have more than three same answers they will become couple of the day Questions Can you swim? Can you sleep 10 hours a day? Can you play a sport? Can you eat chocolate/ Can you sing very well? T declares if they are a couple or not Lead- in Can you tell me another way to ask the above questions? (expected answers Are you to swim/ sing well?) Now, let's open your books to page 175 Today, we are going to practice more about this grammar point Present- ation 10 mins Pronunciation T write on theBb went end mnth chance phone T asks: Who can pronounce these words? (Ss stand up to say the words ) 246 S Interactions T corrects their mistakes if necessary T asks Ss to play attention to ending sounds of the five words Went end month chance phones /nt/ /nd/ /n0/ /chnce /nz/ T hangs this chart /nt/ rent, tenant, dind't /nd/ remind, warned, friend /n0/ seventh, tenth fifth /ns/ tense, glance, Florence /nz/ learns, tones, Barnes T reads the words aloud and asks Ss to repeat - T ahngs this chart A: Florence, Mr.Barns went on the tenth last month B: Oh, I have warned you, haven't ? Did you pay the rent ? A: Only to the seventh B: Only to the seventh? A: Yes, and we have no chance to see him again Is he your friend ? B: No, Mr.Barns is not my fiend and if he phones, remind him that he must pay the rent to the end of the month A: Don't be so tense We'll have a new tenant on the thirteenth of this month T reads the sentences aloud, then asks Ss to listen and repeat after him T calls on some Ss to read the sentences aloud, correcting their mistakes if necessary Prent-tion mins Lead- in T shows a picture of a man running T asks : Could he run fast five years ago ? (Yes) T writes on the BB He could run fast years ago T shows a picture of a man whose leg was hurt but he was running fast T asks: Did his hurt ?(Yes) T writes His leg hurt but he wa able to run fast T explains Could: exprees and ability was/ were able to: express an effort to st Ex T asks Ss to open their books to page 176 T asks Ss to work in pairs to complete the sentences, using could, could't or was/ were ( not) able to was able was able to could was able to could couldn't Ex T revises how to make tag questions It is a nice day, isn't it ? They are hungry, are they? You live here, don't you? You don't speak English, you? T asks Ss to exercise 2/ page 176/ 177 in pairs T goes around to offer help T calls on some Ss to read their answers aloud T corrects their mistakes if necessary Suggested answers It's a very expensive restanrant, isn't it ? The film was great, wasn't it ? She has a lovely voice, doecn't she? It doesn't look good on me, does it? You have had your cut, haven't you ? Ex T asks Ss to exercise 3/ page 177 in apirs T goes around to offer help T calls on some Ss to read their answers alound T corrects their mistakes if necessary Suggested answers doesn't she? haven't you ? wasn't it? didn't we? .won't we? .can't you musn't it ? Mistake Correction Correct the mistake in each sentence below 247 Homework m The bus was crowed with people but finally I could find a seat She didn't able to find him although she had gone everywhere Iam not a fool, am nit I ? It seems to me that she is very good at maths doesn't it / could was able to didn't wasn't am not aren't deosn't it isn't she UNIT 16 : THE WONDERS OF THE WORLD READING Aims: By the end of the lesson, students will be able to : - read about one wonder of the world ( The Pyramind ) - scan read for specific ideas - skim read for general ideas Teaching aids: picture, handouts PROCEDURE Stages/ Timing Activities warm- up Word hunting mins T divides the class into two groups T prepares the song " Top Of The World" from the tape T asks Ss listen to the song ( T can choose any ohter intersting song) After listening to it, group I has to wriye down any words consiting letters n, e w whereas group has to find any words cosisting letters r,d o from the song they listen to T asks representatives of two groups to go to the BB to write down their answers The group with more correct words wins the game Now, one more question, who can use the letter N, E, W, R, D and O to make a meaning ful word? There are marks for this question Expected answer : WONDER T declares the winner Lead - in Can you tell me some wonders in the world ? ( The Pyramids, The Great Wall, The Lighthouse ) Good, now today you are going to read about one of the wonders in the world First, let's get to know some new words Pre- reading Vocabulary mins tomb(v) (denfinition) What you call a place where the dead rest? pyramind(n) ( picture) T shows the picture of the Pyramind and asks Ss what it is contruction ( gap- fill) he builds houses and bridges He works for a famous company 4.Treasure (n) ( translation) Checking T asks Ss to complete these sentences with the words in the world a The Great is one of the wonders in the world B The of this building took them three moths c They found a in an isolated island d Excuse me, can you tell me where King Tu Duc is ? Suggested answers a pyramind construction c treasure d tomb T says : Now let's get back to the wonders of the world, the Great pyramind Open your books to page 179 and read the reading text about it, then task on page 180 While- reading mins Activity 1: Gap - fill Instructions: The words in the box all appaer in the passage Read the text and work in pair to the gap- fill test Suggested answers: tomb, wonder, ramp chamber mysitrious, spiral Activity : Questions- Answers T divides the class into groups of T gives handouts of the questions to each group T asks each group to read the text again and answer the questions tgiven T asks the grouos to exchange the handouts for correction T calls on some groups to give the answers, asking each group to correct the answers on the handout T asks each group to take its handout back after correction 248 Interactions Post- reading m Homework 2m Suggested answers On the west bank of the river Nile About 147 m high and on a base of 230m square To sere as a tomb when the Egyptian the burial chamber from the weather and from the thieves who might try to steal the treasures and belongings there It is thought that ancient Egyptians used straight or apiral ramps or huge weight arms to lift and place the block's of stone The boat it's belived to have been used to carry the body of Khufu in his last journey on each before being buiried inside the Pyramind Activity : Scanning for information T asks Ss to scan read the passage again and work in apirs to say what the following words refer to who (line 4) it ( line 8) It (line) each(line 12) T goes around to encourage Ss to read T calls on some pairs to give the answers T givens feedback Suggested feedkack who(line 4)(the thieves) it (line 8) ( the Great Pyramid ) It ( line 9)(the Great Pyramid) each(line 12) a block of stone Discussion Work in apairs to discuss this question: Which of the wonders of world you like best? Why? T goes around to offer help T calls on some pairs to act out the conversation T gives feedback Write a passage about your favorite wonder of the world UNIT 16 : THE WONDER OF THE WORLD SPEAKING Aims : By the end of the lesson, students be able to: - distinguish facts and opinions - use facts and opinions to talk about features of man- made places Teaching aids: pictures, handouts PROCEDURE Stages/ Timing Warm- up mins Activies Interactions Little Things T prepares a picture of the Great Pyramind and sticks it on the wall at the back of the class Instructions Now our class is divided into two groups A and B I am going to ask you to give me somw "little" things and members\ of the two groups have to try to give me the thing I need as quickly as possible The student who first gives me the thing I need gets a mark for his/ her group There will be things for you to find and the group with more marks wins the game I need a pen ( T gets one pen from the quickest student to give the pen to T ) I need a ruler( ) I need a book ( ) I need a watch ( ) I need a hair ( ) I need a shoe( ) I need some money ( ) I need a picture on the wall at the back of the class( ) T declares the winner T Ss Ss Ss Pre- speaking mins Lead- in T sticks the picture of the Pyramid on the BB and asks SS: What is this ? ( The Pyramid ) Good, now, tell me, is the pyramid high ? (yes) T Ss 249 T writes on the BB The Pyramid is high What you think of this wonder ? ( I think it is great) Very good T writes on the BB I think this wonder is great Now, look at the two sentences on the BB, which sentence describes fact and which one describes opinion ? Expected answer: The first describes fact and the second describes opinion Right, open your books to page 181 and the same task Activity 1: Distinguishing facts and opinions Instructions: This time you have some statements about the Pyramid Read them and work in pairs to decide if each one describes fact or opinion Suggested answers: Facts: 2, 3, 4, Opinions: 1, 5, 6, T goes around to offer help T asks some pairs to give their answers T gives feedback Activity Group-work Let's move to task Before you it, I am going to give you some useful language Now when you express your opinions, what phrases or sentence patterns you use ? T elicits and introduces ways to express ideas - I think / I am sure - It is said / believed / thought that - They might / may / can have - Probably / May be they Examples: - I think the Pyramid was built by an enormous giant - Probably an enormous giant built the Pyramid - A giant might have built the pyramid Instructions: Work in pairs: This time you discuss possible answers to the following questions, using the suggested questions below Who built the Great Pyramid ? How long did it take to build it ? Where did the builders find the stones? how did they transport them? How could they build the Pyramid so high ? T goes around to offer help T takes notes of Sis's mistakes for indirect correction After minutes, T ask them to stop and gives feedback on their work Post- speaking Homework Role- play Work in groups of four Supposing that one of you were one of those who contributed to build the Pyramid in the old time and tell your friends what happened with the construction of the wonder Your friends akss you questions and you answer You can use the information in activity as help T goes around to offer help if need be T listens to Ss and collects their mistakes for indiretc correction T gives feedback Wtite a report on what your friend told you about how the pyramid was built in the activity above UNIT 16: THE WONDER OF THE WORLD LISTENING Aims: By the end of the lesson, students will be able to : * listen to a listening text about The Great Wall * listen for specific information * listen for general ideas Teaching aids: handouts, colored chalk, pictures PROCEDURE Stages/ Timing Activities 250 Iteractions Warm - up mins Quiz T divieds the class into two groups T tells them that there is a word in the T's mind T will give them pieces of information about the word, one by one, and menbers of each group can raise their hands at any time to guess what the word is Each groups has only two chances to make a guess This word is a noun and it is very well- known in the world You can see this from the moon It was enlisted in The world Heritage by UNESCO It is one of the wonders in the world and the syn\mbol of China Key: The great Wall T declares the winner Lead- in Have you ever seen the Great Wall on TV? (yes) How old you think it is ? (Ss make a guess) Would you like to visiy it some day ? (Yes) Now, you are going to listen to a passage about it First, I am going to help you with some new words Pre- listening mins While listening mins 10 mins Vocabulary ancient adj) ~ very, very old ming Dynasty (n) ( translation) significance (n) (synonym) Can you tell me a synonym of inportance? Expected answer: significance Beijing( proper noun ) : the capital of China Checking T asks to coplete the following sentences with the words just learnt a Was this wonder built during Ming ? b Hoi An is an interesting town in Viet Nam c I went to China last moth and I stayed in for a week d He has realized the of learning computer science Suggested answers a Dynasty b ancient c Beijing d significance Activity 1: Instructions Now you are going listen about The Great Wall, one of the wonder Listen and work in pairs to fill in the missing information Remenber that the tape will be played twice T gives handouts of gap- fill test T plays the tape twice T calls on some Ss to give the answers T goes over the answers with the class Suggested answers (1) the moon (2) 1987 (3) the Ming Dynasty (4) 200 (5) 200 BC (6) 6000 km (7) 11 m (8) stone Activity Gap - fill T gives Ss handouts of activity Instructions: Now listen to the listening text again and answer the questions in the handout You will listen to the tape twice T gives Ss minute to read the questions T plays the tape twice T calls on some students to give the answers T goes over answes with the class Suggested answers In 1368 Five provinces Thanks to its magnificence and significance The part in the northwest of Beijing is the best choice for visiy because it is still in its original state Pos- listening 10 mins Work in groups of four One member play the role of a mandarin in the Ming Dynasty who was leader of a building group of the Great Wall, and tell his grandchildren how the Great Wall was built The other member paly the roles of his grandchirldren to act out the conversation Sentence building Build these sentences The Great Wall/ said / visible / the moon it/ believe/ The great Wall/ built /defense purpose The Greta Wall/ symbol / the Chinese nation/ history A visit/ The Great wall/ bring tourists great excitement / each step / the wall 251 Suggested answers The Greta Wall is said to be visible from the moon It is believed that The great Wall was built for defense purpose The Great Wall is a symbol of the Chinese nation throughout history A visiy to The greta wall will bring tourists great excitement in each step of the wall Write a short paragraph about this topic In your opinion, why people take interest in other planets in the solar system ? UNIT 16 THE WONDERS OF THE WORLD WRITING Aims: By the end of the lesson, Ss will be able to: - write a report on a man-made place - work in pairs / groups effectively - the tasks set by T correctly Teaching aids: handouts, cards, pictures PROCEDURE Stages/Time Activities Lucky Number Warm-up T divides the class into groups ( m) T draws a flower with petals and writes a number on each petal T asks each group to take turns to choose a number, and for each number there is a question for them If they give the correct answer, they have one mark T explains that there is one lucky number If they choose it, they will have one mark without answering any questions The group with more marks wins the game something coming out of your eyes when you are sad (Tear) Fill in the gap with a suitable word to make a meaningful proverb " or west, home is best" ( East) LUCKY NUMBER A portable device getting people close together ( Cell phone) Part of the body that moves repeatedly when you speak ( Mouth) When you burn a piece of paper, it will turn to ( Ash) Something sweet we take from the bees ( Honey) Part of a car protecting you from the wind (windscreen) 10 A cute white animal in the forest which runs very fast (rabbit) T declares the winner T asks who can use all the first letters of those words to write the name of a beautiful man-made place in Nha Trang Key: CHAM TOWER Lead-in In today's lesson, you are going to write about man-made place First I will provide you with some new words Pre-writing ( m) While-writing ( 16 m) Vocabulary consist of ( context) Water consists of two elements: hydrogen and oxygen in honor of (exp) (translation) They built the temple in honor of the national hero statue (n) (context) There is a statue of uncle Ho in the middle of our school yard What does statue mean ? Buddha ( n) ( picture) Checking: Rub out and remember Activity 1: Writing about a place Instructions: Open your books to page 184 and have a careful look at the notes made by a visitor to the Panagar Cham Towers in Nha Trang 252 Interactions T Ss Ss Ss T Ss T Ss T Ss Ss Ss Work in groups of to use the notes to write a report on the visit T calls on five representatives of groups ( chosen at random) to go to the BB to write down their reports T gives feedback Suggested key: My visit to Nha Trang last year included a brief tour to Ponagar Cham Towers This town complex is one of the most beautiful examples of Cham architecture in central Vietnam The Ponagar Cham Towers consists of towers They are located on Cu Lao Marble Hill Two kilometers north of Nha Trang They were built between the 8th and 13th centuries Each town was decided to different god The largest tower was built in honor of Lady Thien Y The 22.5 m high tower contains her sandstone statue sitting on Buddha's throne The 26 m high statue has 10 hands, holding specific objects illustrating the power of Buddha The tour to Ponagar Cham Towers lasted hours I felt tired but the visit was enjoyable, memorable and informative Post-writing (12 m) Role-play ( Speaking on the phone) T asks Ss to read the tourist's report again and work in pairs to play the role of the tourist's friend, who are talking about the tour to Ponagar Cham Towers This time, the two friends talk on the phone The conversation should be opened like this A: Hello, may I speak to B please ? B: B here.Who's speaking ? A: It's me, A B: Oh, A Long time no see Where have you been ? A: I have just come back from Ponagar Cham Towers in Nha Trang B: Oh, how nice Please tell me about it Ss to go to the BB to write A: B: T goes around to offer help T takes notes of Ss' mistakes for indirect correction T calls on pairs to go to the front of the class to act out the conversation T gives feedback T points out some common mistakes made by Ss when doing this task T S Ss S T Ss Write a short report on your favourite tour, real or imaginary Homework ( m) UNIT 16 THE WONDERS OF THE WORLD LANGUAGE FOCUS Aims: By the end of the lesson, Ss will be able to: - distinguish the soumds: / ft /, / vd /, / fs /, / vz / - know how to use the structures: It is said that : People say that Teaching aids: handouts, cards, pictures PROCEDURE Stages/Time Acitvities Warm-up Noughts And Crosses Game ( m) T draws numbered squares ( as below) and asks Ss to play the Noughts and Crosses Game T divides the class into Nought Group and Cross Group T asks each group to take turns to choose a number, for each number there is a question for them to answer If they get it right, they have cross/nought The winner will be the group which forms three successive noughts/crosses in a straight line something the missing we give and take at parties (gift) something we use to cut things with (knife) Find the missing word She was to tears (moved) find the missing word Who first will laught last 253 Interactions T Ss Ss Ss the highest mountain in the world (Everest) the longest river in the world (The Nile) Which letter can you drink ?(letter T) Which letter can be a verb?( letter C) Which letter can fly?(letter B) T declares the winner Lead- in T writes on the BB: gift, moved, laughs, knives Can you pronounce these words? T asks some Ss to have a try correct their mistakes if necessary Do you think that those words have the same ending soulds? (Expected answer: No ) Good, now let's open your books to page 162 to learn about such cases Pronunciation T writes the pronunciation of the ending soulds of these words on the board gift/ moved/ laughed/ knives /ft/ /vd/ /fs/ /vz/ t hangs this chart on the BB /ft/ /vd/ /fs/ /vz/ gift arrived coughs behaves lift loved laughs loves soft moved Roofs knives T reads the words aloud and asks Ss to repeat T calls on some Ss to say the words T corrects their mistakes - T hangs this chart They are not on the roof now They've been moved to the ground Use the lift I'll ring to say you've arrived I think he's improved Still coughs but laughs a lot, of couse We have plenty of laughs We miss him when he leaves he loves a nurse Her name's Soft He want me to bring her this gift He brought me a gitf when he arrived T reads the sentences aloud, then asks Ss to listen and repeat after him T calls on some Ss to read the sentences aloud, correcting their mistakes if necessary Lead- in T draws a boy who is praised by his teacher T asks: Is the boy good? (Yes) T asks : Does the teacher praise him every week ? (yes) T writes : The teacher praises Tom every week Who can rewrite my sentence, beginning as shown? Peolpe say that / It is said that Tom is said Expected answers: People say that / It is said Tom is praised by the teacher every week Tom is said to be praised by the teacher every week T writes and explains It is siad that ? People say that+ S + V T draws another picture who was praised by the teacher last week T leads to this sentence The teacher prased Tom last week T asks Ss to rewrite this sentence, beginning as shown Tom is said ( Expected answer: Tom is said to have been prased by the teacher last week ) Form: S + is / was ( said ) + to have +pp Ex 1: T asks Ss to execise 1/ page 185 - 186 in pairs T goes around to offer help T calls on some Ss to read their answers alound T corrects their mistakes if necessary Suggested answers Many people are said to be homeless after the floods The prisonee is thought to have escaped by climbing over the wall He is believed to have driven throught the town at 90 km per hour Two people are reported to have been seriously injured in the accident Three men are said to have been arrested after the explosion The strike is expected to begin tomorrow He is said to speak English very well Ex T asks Ss to exercise 2/ page 186 in apairs T goes around to offer help 254 T calls on some Ss to read their answers aloud T corrects their mistakes if necessary Suggested answers He is thought to be very clever The wanted man is believed to be living in New York He is known to be very rich The film is supposed to be very good Many people are thought to have been killed in the accident About a million puppies are thought to be born each year The factories are said to be much worse those dogs are said to be dangerous Choose the best answer It was in this village that Mr John 17 years ago A were born B was born C born D has been born Nam is said to aboad three times before A be B been C has been D have been His wife is said to a big company in Ho Chi Minh city now A be running B run C will be running D to have run The woman was said to for her husband ten years before she remarried A wait B waited C has waited D have waited Suggested answers : 1B 2D 3A 4D 255 ... on the use of to-infinitives in these examples T reviews the form and use of to-infinitives in the examples T may give Ss the following handout In the examples above the infinitives are used... to-infinitives and bare-infinitives as possible The group which produces the most logical story with the most appropriate sentences using to-infinitives and bare-infinitives will be the winner... very outgoing Past continuous : + Form : Was / were + V-ing + Meaning : Past time + Use : * Use the past Continuous to indicate that a longer actoin in the past was interrupted The interrupted

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