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Còn thiếu g/ a các phần: writing, test yourself. Tuy nhiên g/a phần nào có rồi, các bạn cũng nên gửi tiếp, vì mình còn chọn ra g/ a phu hop voi minh nua. Co 1 giao an cua Tram va Nhan, 2 giáo án của Tố Trinh+ Uyên thuoc unit 10 nen Vy ko gop vao day nghe. 1 giáo án writing của Chiêu Hoàng có nội dung là speaking > Hoàng có 2 giáo án speaking giống nhau nên bỏ một cái Nhiet tinh gui bai tiep nhe! Unit 11: NATIONAL PARKS A. Reading Nguyễn Thị Chiêu Hoàng - Chu Thị Lý  Time allowed: 45 minutes.  Aims: By the end of this lesson, Ss are able to: - Practice reading skills for specific information. - Improve Ss’ knowledge about national parks. - Read and talk about forest. - Learning some new words related to forests.  Lexical items: Nouns: Species, survival, sub- tropical, contamination. Verb: (to) establish, (to) contain.  Teaching aids:  Textbooks  Chalks  Blackboard  Handouts  PowerPoint 2010  Pictures.  Skills: - Speaking: talk in pairs and in groups. - Reading comprehension: enhance Ss’ reading skills through matching the words in the passage with definitions, T/F statements, and answering the questions. Lesson Plan Time 5 min 5 Min 4 min Contents Warm-up Show a short video (2 minutes) about some national parks in Vietnam and over the world and ask Ss to give the names of these national parks (Keys: Cuc Phuong, Cat Tien, U Minh, Nairobi, Everglades, and Bach Ma). Pre- reading Eliciting vocabulary - Establish (v): using picture - Contain (v): explanation. - Species(n): using picture - Survival(n): translation - Sub- tropical(n): using picture - Contamination (n): antonym of pollution. Checking vocabulary: Matching with definitions(Task 1 pp. 113) 2.contain 3. species 4. survival 5. sub-tropical Aims Teacher’s activities Students’ activities Make an exciting atmosphere before beginning the lesson - Play the video. Ask Ss to take notes the names of these national parks. - Induce the students’ motivation. - Call some Ss to give their answer. - - Give feedbacks and correct the answers. - Elicit and model - - Ask Ss to repeat 2 times each word. - Help Ss to elicit the new words by themselves. - Establish background knowledge of the context. - Prepare - - Ask 3or 4 Ss to speak aloud. Ask Ss to copy down. Ask Ss to match - Watch the video Write down names of these national parks. Present the answers in front of class. Try to guess the new words. Repeat the new words 2 times. Speak loudly Write down new words. Read and do the Task 1 6. contamination information and vocabulary for the topic - - 5 min T/F statements predictions: 1. Cuc Phuong National Park is located 300 kilometers south west of Hanoi. 2. Nairobi National Park is Kenya’s biggest park. 3. Visitors learn about the habits of animals in Nairobi National Park. 4. Everglades National Park is a tropical wilderness in the southeastern United States. 5. The contamination has threatened the park and many of the animals in Everglades Park. Making predictions before reading the words in column A to definitions in column B. Select several students to answer the questions. Listen and give remarks. - Write the answers on the board. - Correct the answers into notebooks - Receive handouts Underline the key words. - - - Give handouts Ask Ss to underline the key words. Ask Ss work in pairs to make prediction T/F before reading. Invite Ss to give their ideals. - - Work in pairs to compare the answers. Give the prediction. 5 Min While-reading Task 1: T/F statements Keys: 1.F 2.F 3.T 4.F 5.T Practice reading skills for specific information - - - 10 min Task 2: Game- Lucky number There are 8 numbers from 1 to 8. Number 3 and 6 are lucky numbers. Ss of 2 teams choose the numbers and answer 6 questions; each group will get 10 points for a right answer: 1. What is the area of the rainforest in Cuc Phuong National Park? 2. Why would November be a suitable time to visit this park? What can people learn in Nairobi National Park? 4. What kinds of animals are taken care of in the Orphanage? 5. Why is Everglades National Park endangered? 7. What do you think will happen to Everglades National Park if more chemicals are released into the water? Keys: 1.160 kilometers 2. Because the rainy season is over. 4. They can learn about the habits of animals and how one species is dependent upon another for survival. 5.In the orphanage, orphaned and/ or a Make an exciting atmosphere in class. Give motivation to Ss to find out the answers - Ask Ss to highlight or underline the information in the passage that helps Ss to find the correct answers. Ask Ss to read the passage again and give the answers. Giving feedbacks and correct the answers. - Correct the false information . - Read the passage individuall y Say out the answers. Take notes Introduce the instruction. Divide the class into 2 groups: A&B. Organize the game. Give the answers on the screen. Ask Ss to write down the answers. - - - - Listen to the instruction Work in groups to find out the answers. Copy down the answers. bandoned animals are taken care of. 7.Everglades National Park is endange red because of the toxic levels of chem icals in the water 8. If more chemicals are released into the water, plans and animals will die/ be ki lled/ destroyed 11 min 2 min Post-reading: Interviewer - Ss are required to work in group of four and interview 3 friends in their groups about “Which of the national park would you like/dislike to visit. Why? ” - Some Ss talk about what they have interviewed in front of the class. Enhance Ss knowledge from the passage Homework: Summarize some main information of 3 parks Summarize the passage Prepare speaking lesson - Give instructions to students. - - Ask some Ss to speak out their interview. - Preparation for the next lesson. - Ask Ss copy down the homework into notebooks. Listen to the instructions . Interview 3 friends in group. Speak out in front of the whole class. - Copy down the homework - Do the task at home Appendix Handout: Name of National Park Like Cuc Phuong Ex: Lan Dislike Why? Ex: To study butterflies, visit caves… Nairobi Everglades B. SPEAKING Nguyễn Thị Chiêu Hoàng – Chu Thị Lý  Time allowed: 45 minutes.  Aims: - Language content:  To improve students’ skills of making plans and talk about an excursion.  To provide students with some new words relating to an excursion. - Language functions:  To enhance students speaking skill: expressing regrets by using conditional sentence type 3.  To enable students to guess the meaning of the words based on the context, pictures and explanations.  Teaching aids:  Handouts  PowerPoint 2010  Pictures.  Posters Lesson Plan Tim e 5 mins 13 mins Teacher’s activities 1. Warm up: BRAINSTORMING - Divide class into 4 groups. - In each group, ask students to write a list of things they will prepare for a trip within 2 minutes. - After 2 minutes, check which team has longer list of things will be the winner. - Excepted answers:  Breads, fruits, soft drinks  Medicines  Sleep-bag  Money  Tents  … 2. Pre-speaking Task 1 pp.114 : Matching - Ask students to read through these sentences in the two columns. - Encourage them guess the meanings of the words in the Task. Then, provide students with some new words or expressions:  Food poisoning (n): an illness usually caused by eating harmful food. (using explanation)  Fine (n): cash paid as punishment Student’s activities - Work in groups to discuss. - Give the answer to teacher. - Take note the answers. - Read all of sentences and try to find some new words. - Try to guess the meaning of new words. - Copy down vocabulary into their notebooks. (Using example: 1. I've just had to pay £10 for a parking fine. 2. The librarian slapped a fine on him for returning the books late.)  Get lost (v): to become lost; to be unable to find way (Using explanation).  Carsick (n): feeling sick because of the movement of a car. (using explanation and picture) - - - - Read each new word and ask students to repeat it twice times. Ask 2-3 students to read aloud all new words in front of class. Listen and help students to correct their mistakes in pronunciation. Ask students to work in groups of 8. In each group, ask students to count themselves from 1 to 8:  Member 1 does sentence 1.  Member 2 does sentence 2. …  Member 8 does sentence 8. Then, ask each member to write their own sentences on posters. After finishing, ask all groups to compare their answer with other groups. Call a member number 1 to read sentence number 1 and ask other members number 1 to correct. Other sentences are the same. Give feedback and correct answer. Expected answer: 1-f They went by coach and most of them got carsick. 2-e They did not bring enough food and drinks and/so they had to spend a lot of money eating in expensive restaurants. 3-h Some had food poisoning so they didn’t enjoy the visit. 4-g They had no raincoats so they got wet and some - - Listen and repeat new words. Work individually. Correct the mistakes. Work in groups. Count number from 1 to 8 in their own group. Do the task themselves. Write down the answers. - Exchange the posters. - Read the answers aloud. - Listen and correct the sentences. got a cold. 5-b Some left their luggage on the coach when they arrived so they had no clothes or money with them. 6-c Some were not careful when walking in Huong Pagoda so they got lost. 7-a Some threw waste in the forest so they got a fine. 8-d They stayed there only one day so they couldn’t visit all the pagoda. 15 mins 3. While speaking Task 2 : pp. 115 - Present and explain the conditional sentences type 3:  Use: Conditional sentence type 3 is used to express the unreal conditions in the past.  Form: 'IF' CLAUSE - Try to find out the new grammar point. - Look at teacher’s examples. MAIN CLAUSE If + S + PAST PERFECT, S + WOULD/COULD HAVE+ PP (HAD + PP) - Give 2 examples: Ex1: Real condition: I failed the exam.  If I had studied harder, I would have passed the S Had+pp , S would have pp Ex2: Real condition: He got wet.  If he had taken an umbrella, he would have not got wet. S Had + pp , S would have pp - - Call 1 or 2 students give other examples using conditional sentence type 3. Ask students to take note the grammar form into notebooks. Give the instruction of the task 2: “Most of the students in Nga’s class are not happy with their excursion to Huong pagoda. Now they are talking about what they wish they had or hadn’t done.” Model by giving an example for students: Ex: 1. They went to Huong Pagoda by coach and most of them got carsick - Give other examples. - Take notes. - Listen to the instruction.  If we hadn’t gone by coach, we could/would not have got carsick. - Work in pairs. - Present in front of the class. - Correct if necessary. Copy down the answers. - - 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Ask students to do the task by using the ideas in Task 1. - Go round the class and provide help if necessary. - After 3 minutes, ask them to compare the answers and call some pairs to practice the exchange in front of the class. - Listen and help students to correct their mistakes in pronunciation. - Give comments and correct the answers. Expected answers: If we had brought enough food and drinks, we wouldn’t have had a lot of money eating in expensive restaurants. If some of us hadn’t had food poisoning, we could have enjoyed our visit. If we had had rain coats, we wouldn’t have got wet and have got a cold. If some of us hadn’t left our luggage on the coach when we arrived, we could have had clothes and money with us. If we had been careful when walking in Huong pagoda, we wouldn’t have got lost. 7. If we had thrown waste in the forest, we wouldn’t have got a fine. 8. If we had stayed there more than one day, we could have visited all the pagoda. 10 mins 4. After Speaking: Role Play - Give the instruction: “Look at this dialogue. You are Nga. Work with a partner. Tell her/him about your class excursion to Huong Pagoda and express your regrets about what you did or did not do during the excursion by changing the underlined sentence using conditional sentence type 3.The first sentence had been done for you:” Model: Oh! It was… - Listen to the instruction. - Look at teacher’s model. - Answer the questions. Hi, Nga!... Lan: Hi, Nga! How was your excursion? Was it fun? Nga: Oh! It was so terrible? Lan: Really? What happened? Nga: Um. If we hadn’t gone by coach, we wouldn’t have got carsick. - Call a good student to be Lan and practice the dialogue. - Ask some comprehensive questions to check students’ understanding:  What will we do? ( make a dialogue)  How many people are there? (2)  How many sentences in the dialogue? (4)  Which sentence will we need to change? (the - underlined sentence) Then, ask students to work in pairs to role plays the dialogue. Go around helping Students if necessary. Call some pairs of Students to present the dialogue. Listen and help students to correct their mistakes in pronunciation. Give feedbacks and correct the answers. 2 Home work : mins - Write a short paragraph of your regrets about what you did or did not do to protect the environment. - Prepare for the next lesson. B. SPEAKING Nhi + Hoàng Uyên - Work in pairs to do the task. - Speak aloud the dialogue. Correct the mistakes. - - Copy down into the notebook. 1. Aims: At the end of the lesson, students are able to:  Make plans.  Express regrets by using conditional sentence type 3.  Talk about an excursion. 2. Time allotted: 45 minutes 3. Teaching aids: -Teacher: Board, textbook, chalk, pictures, projector… -Students: Textbook, notebook,.... 4. Procedures: Teacher’s activities Checking the student whole lesson: Students’ activities 1. Warm-up:(3 mins) - Ask Ss to watch the video carefully and write - Work individually and try to take down the names of the places appearing in the notes as many places as possible. video into a card. - Show the video including these pictures: One pillar pagoda Hue citadel Huong pagoda Hung King temple - Ask Ss to give answers, show the pictures again - Report the list in front of the class. to check with whole class, and give Ss compliments with each correct answer. 2. Presentation A. Pre – teaching vocabulary: (5ms) - “ She ate an out-of-date cake so she had to go to - Guess the meaning of the new words the hospital. The doctor said that she had food and copy down them into their poisoning” notebooks. What does that mean by “food poisoning”? Food poisoning (n): Ngộ độc thức ăn- “ Thing you bring together when you go traveling is called luggage” (Show a picture) What does that mean by “luggage”? Luggage(n): Hành lý. - “get lost” means “unable to find the way to somewhere” What does that mean by get lost? Get lost(v): lạc đường. - Listen and repeat new words. - Read new words and ask students to repeat. Ask - Work individually. 2 Ss read aloud all new words and correct the pronunciation if necessary. B. Presenting the speaking (6ms) - “ We have just visited the four famous places in Viet Nam at the warm-up activity. Now, I would like you to get to know the excursion of Nga’s class to one of the above places – Huong Pagoda. Nga’s class came there last week. Unfortunately, the excursion turned out to be a disaster. - Work in pair. - Why was that excursion unhappy? To find out the reason, please work in pairs to combine the things in column A with the corresponding consequences in column B in textbook page114. You have 2 minutes. - Give answers orally. - When Ss finished, ask them to give the right - Listen to their friends to check order of the list themselves the answer. - 1 f 2 e 5 b 6 c 3 h 4 g 7 a 8 d - Give answers individually. - Then ask Ss to give answer by using the 1. They did not bring enough food and structure: “…so…” drinks so they had to spend a lot of - Give an example: “They did not bring enough money eating on expensive food and drinks so they had to spend a lot of restaurants. money eating on expensive restaurants” 2. Some had food poisoning so they - Listen and correct if necessary. didn’t enjoy their visit. 3. They had no raincoats so they got wet and some got a cold. 4. Some left their luggage on the coach when they arrived so they had no clothes or money with them. 5. Some were not careful when walking in Huong pagoda, so they got lost. 6. Some threw waste in the forest, so they got a fine. 7. They stayed there only one day, so they couldn’t visit all the pagodas. 3. While speaking: (14ms) Activity 1: - “ We have just read about the problems of the excursion of Nga’s class. Clearly, most of the students in her class are not happy with their trip. Now they are talking about what they wish they had done or hadn’t done. “ If we hadn’t gone by coach, we wouldn’t have got carsick” “ If we had gone by bike, we wouldn’t have got carsick” - Observe and conclude the structure. -“Could you give me the structure of those - Give the structure to the T and listen sentences? to the correction. - Give the correct structure. - Give the meaning and the usage of the structure ( to express conditions in the past that did not happen, express regrets ) If + S + had + p.p (v.ed / v3) , S + would / could / might + have + p.p (v.ed / v3) - Work individually. - Ask Ss to give one more example with one of the sentences in Task 1. “ If we hadn’t stayed there only one day, we could have visited all the pagodas” - Ask Ss to work in pairs and continue the talk of Nga’class, use the ideas in Task 1. - In pair, ask one student to read one problem and the other use the conditional type 3 for that problem and vice versa for the next, continue to the last sentence in Task 1. - Listen to the teacher and observe the - Model with one student: teacher’s modeling. A: We went to Huong Pagoda by coach and most of us got carsick. B: If we hadn’t gone by coach, we wouldn’t have got carsick. ( If we had gone by bike, we wouldn’t have got carsick.) - Work in pair to talk about the - Move around the class, keep control on Ss. excursion of Nga’class to Huong pagoda and express their regrets about what they did or did not do during the excursion. 1. A: We went to Huong Pagoda by coach and most of us got carsick. B: If we hadn’t gone by coach, we wouldn’t have got carsick. ( If we had gone by bike, we wouldn’t have got carsick.) 2. A.We didn’t bring enough food and drinks, so we had to spend a lot of money eating in expensive restaurants. B. If we had brought enough food and drinks, we wouldn’t have spent a lot of money eating in expensive. 3. A.Some had food poisoning, so we didn’t enjoy our visit. B. If some hadn’t had food poisoning, we would have enjoyed our visit. 4. A. We had no raincoats, so we got wet and some got a cold. B. If we had had raincoats, we wouldn’t have got wet and have got a cold. 5. A. Some left our luggage on the coach when we arrived, so we had no clothes or money with us. B. If some of us hadn’t left our luggage on the coach when we arrived, we would have had clothes and money with us. 6. A. Some were not careful when walking in Huong Pagoda, so we got lost. B. If we had been careful when walking in Huong Pagoda, we wouldn’t have got lost. 7. A .Some threw waste in the forest, so we got a fine. B. If we hadn’t thrown waste in the forest, we wouldn’t have got a fine. 8. A. We stayed there only one day,so we couldn’t visit all the pagodas. B. If we had stayed there more than one day, we would have been able to visit all the pagodas.
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