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WEEK: 1 Date of preparing: 22/ 8/ 2014 Date of teaching: ……………/8/2014. Period 1 Unit 1: HELLO Lesson 1(1, 2, 3) I. Objectives: 1. Knowledge: - By the end of the lesson Ps will be able to: Greet and selfintroduce. 2. Skills: - Develop Ss speaking and listening skills 3. Language focus: - Sentence Partners: - Hello/ hi. I’m + name. - Vocabulary: hello, hi, I, am, nice to meet you. II. Teaching aids: 1. Teacher’s: student’s and teacher’s book, pictures, cassette. 2. Students’: books, notebooks, workbooks. III. Teaching processes: 1. Class organization: - Greeting - Checking for the students' attendance. 2. Oral test: - Check pupils’ books, note books …… 3. New lesson: Teacher’s actions Students’ actions Warm up Say hello to the class and introduce yourself, using Greeting Hello. I am + name. Walk around the class to say hello again to some pupils and ask them to answer. 1. Look, listen and repeat Look at the picture and Ask students to look at the picture in the book and ask: answer Who are they in the picture? They are teacher and Where are they? students Ask students listen and repeat after the tape They are in the class Repeat again and read in pairs 2. Point and say - Teach vocabulary: Hello Hi Am = ‘m Nice to meet you. Checking: What and where Note: difference between Hi / Hello. Hi is very informal. Pupils can use with friends but not with an adult, e.g a teacher. Hello is also informal and friendly but more formal than Hi. It can be used with teachers and other adults. Setting the sense: - Have pupils look at pictures. Ask them to identify the characters in the pictures. Who are in the pictures? What are they doing? - Sentence Partners: - Hello - Hi. I’m + name I’m + name (I’m = I am) - Call on a pair and ask them to pretend to be Miss Hien and Nam to act out the greeting exchange. Call on one more pair to act out Mai and Quan to self- introduce. Have the class repeat all the phrases in this section and Teacher correct the Ss pronunciation (stress, assimilation of sounds and intonation) - Call on some pairs to perform the task at the front of the class. The rest of the class observe and give comments if possible. - Make a few questions to check pupils’ comprehension of the language. - Have the whole class repeat all the phrases in chorus to reinforce their pronunciation 3. Let’s Talk Ask students to look at the pictures in the book. Ask them to identify the characters in the pictures. Ask Ss work in pairs to greet and self- introduce. Call some pairs to act out Correct their pronunciation 4.Consolidation Asking Ps to focus on the structure once again. - Retell the content of the lesson. 5. Homework Do exercises in the workbook. Learn by heart the new words and structures. Listen and repeat after the teacher Slap the board Work in pairs Work in pairs Do exercises. Learn by heart the new words and structures. Date of preparing: 22/ 8/ 2014 Date of teaching:………………../8/2014. Period 2: UNIT 1: HELLO Lesson 1: Part 4-5-6 I. Objectives: 1. Knowledge: By the end of the lesson Ps will be able to: greet and selfintroduce. 2. Skills: - Develop Ss writing and listening skills 3. Language focus: - Sentence Partners - Vocabulary: II. Teaching aids: 1. Teacher’s: student’s and teacher’s book, pictures, cassette. 2. Students’: books, notebooks, workbooks. III. Teaching processes: 1. Class organization: - Greeting - Checking for the students' attendance. 2. Oral test: - Have pupils greet and introduce their names. 3. New lesson: Teacher’s actions Students’ actions Warm up: Say hello to partner. 4. Listen and tick Greeting - Have pupils look at pictures a, b, c and d on page 7 of the Student Book. Elicit the identification of the characters in the pictures and the characters’ words. Tell pupils that they are going to listen to the recording and tick the pictures they hear. Guess the answer - Play the recording 2 times pupils to listen and tick the boxes. Check their guess. Compare the answer with the Listen and tick partner. - Play the recording again pupils check their answers. T give the answer: - Ask some questions to ensure pupils’ comprehension of the listening text. Answer: 1.b 2.a 5. Let’s write - Have pupils open their books to Page 7. Get Ss to read the text. Tell pupils that they are going to read and get the information to write the missing words in dialogue 1 and 2. - Pupils read individually silently and complete the dialogues. - Pair works. Pupils give their answers for correction. - Ask some pupils to read their answers aloud to the class. The rest of the class listen and give comments. - Make a few questions to check pupils’ comprehension of the reading text. Answer: 1. Hello, I’m 2. I’m, Hello. 6. Let’s sing - Introduce the Hello Song, Page 7. - Play the recording and listen the Hello Song - Play the recording again for pupils to sing each line of the rhythm. - Call on a group of six to the front of the class and do the actions. The others clap their hands after the song - Group work. Pupils practise singing and doing the actions in groups. Monitor the activity and help them when necessary. Correct pronunciation Ss’ errors. - Call on one group to perform the song at the front of the class. The rest of the class sing the song and clap the rhythm. - Have class sing the song again to reinforce their pronunciation. 4.Consolidation Asking Ps to focus on the structure once again. - Retell the content of the lesson. 5. Homework Do exercises in the workbook. Learn by heart the new words and structures. Work in pairs Listen and sing Do exercises in the workbook WEEK: 1 Date of preparing: 24/ 8/ 2014 Date of teaching: ………………./8/ 2014. Period 3: UNIT 1: HELLO Lesson 2: Part 1- 2-3 I. Objectives: 1. Knowledge: - By the end of this lesson, Students will be able to greet and respond to greeting 2. Skills: - Develop Ss speaking and listening skills. 3. Language focus: - Sentence Partners: How are you? - I’m fine - Vocabulary: bye, goodbye, Thanks, And you? How II. Teaching aids: 1. Teacher’s: student’s and teacher’s book, pictures, cassette, puppets. 2. Students’: books, notebooks, workbooks. III. Teaching processes: 1. Class organization: - Greeting - Checking for the students' attendance. 2. Oral test: - Ask Ss to greet to each other 3. New lesson: Teacher’s actions Students’ actions Warm up: Chatting - T asks Ss to repeat the greeting and introducing Answer the teacher’s oneself. questions 1. Look, Listen and repeat. Have Ss to look at the book at page 8. Look at the pictures in the Elicit the character and have Ss guess what they are book saying. Set the scene: we are going to review phrases saying hello and bye. Listen and repeat Have Ss listen to the recording as they read the lines Read in pairs in the speech bubbles Play the recording again for Ss to repeat the lines in the speech bubbles two times. Divide the class into two groups. One repeat Mai’s part and the other repeat Nam’ part. Play the recording again for the whole class to repeat each line in the speech bubbles to reinforce their pronunciation. Teach vocabulary: Bye=goodbye How Thanks= thank you And you - Sentence Partners: How are you? - I’m fine 2. Point and say Have Ss look at the pictures on page 8 Elicit the characters in the pictures and their names. Ask Ss to guess and complete the speech bubbles. T models/ allocates the parts of characters Mai and Nam to Ss Ask them to act out the dialogue1. Repeat the step with some other pairs for pictures Have Ss practice acting out the dialogue in pairs, using the pictures. Monitor the activity and offer held. Correct pronunciation errors (stress, assimilation of sounds, intonation) when necessary. Call on some pairs to perform the task at the front of the class. The others observe and give comments. Have the whole class repeat all the phrases in chorus to reinforce their pronunciation. 3 - Let’s talk: Show picture and give task. Have Ps work in pair to greet and respond to greeting. - Display in class, others comment Listen and correct. Have Ps do 4.Consolidation Summary the lesson 5.Homework - Do exercises in workbook, learn by heart the new words Look at 4 pictures Point to the pictures and practise Play role and speak out. Work in talking: pair Do exercises in the workbook practice Date of preparing: 24/ 8/ 2014 Date of teaching: ………………./8/ 2014. Period 4: UNIT 1: HELLO Lesson 2: Part 4-5-6 I. Objectives: 1. Knowledge: By the end of the lesson Ps will be able to: Greet and respond to greeting. 2. Skills: - Develop Ss reading, writing and listening skills 3. Language focus: - Sentence Partners: - Vocabulary: II. Teaching aids: 1. Teacher’s: student’s and teacher’s book, pictures, cassette. 2. Students’: books, notebooks, workbooks. III. Teaching processes: 1. Class organization: - Greeting - Checking for the students' attendance. 2. Oral test: - Have pupils greet and introduce their names. 3. New lesson Teacher’s actions Students’ actions Warm up: Chatting - T asks Ss to repeat the greeting and introducing Answer the teacher’s oneself. questions 4. Listen and number - Have pupils look at pictures a, b, c and d on page of Look at the pictures in the the Student Book. Give the identification of the book characters in the pictures and the characters’ words. Tell pupils that they are going to listen to the recording and match the information they hear to the Listen and number pictures. They should number the boxes. - Play the recording 2 times pupils to listen and number the boxes. Check their guess. Compare the answer with the partner. - Play the recording again pupils check their answers. T give the answer: - Ask some questions to ensure pupils’ comprehension of the listening text. Answer:1.d 2.c 3.b 4.a 5. Read and complete -T explains the situation and how to do the exercise -Ask students to read the dialogue 1, 2 in the book and fill the words given to complete the dialogue. Work in pairs to do the exercise then practice in pairs in front of the whole class. The rest listen to and give the remark. Correct the pronunciation. Answer: 1.Goodbye 2. Bye 3. Fine 4. thank you 6. Let’s write - Have pupils open their books to Page 9. Get Ss to identify the characters in the pictures and what they are saying. Tell pupils that they are going to read and get the information to write the missing words in dialogue. - Pupils read individually silently and complete the dialogues. - Pair works. Pupils give their answers for correction. - Ask some pupils to read their answers aloud to the class. The rest of the class listen and give comments. - Make a few questions to check pupils’ comprehension of the reading text. - Have the whole class read each line of the dialogues chorally to reinforce their pronunciation. Answer: 1. How 2. I’m fine, thanks 4.Consolidation Summary the lesson 5.Homework - Do exercises in workbook, learn by heart the new words WEEK 2 Date of preparing: 31/ 9/ 2014 Date of teaching: ………………/9/ 2014. Period 5: UNIT 1: HELLO Lesson 3: Part 1-2-3 I. Objectives: Read in pairs Write the suitable words to fill in the blank Do exercises in the workbook 1. Knowledge: By the end of the lesson Ps will be able to: greet and selfintroduce. Greet and respond to greeting and self-introduction. Pronounce the sounds in the letters /h/, /b/ correctly 2. Skills: - Develop Ss writing and listening skills 3. Language focus: - Sentence Partners: - Vocabulary: II. Teaching aids: 1. Teacher’s: student’s and teacher’s book, pictures, cassette. 2. Students’: books, notebooks, workbooks. III. Teaching processes: 1. Class organization: - Greeting - Checking for the students' attendance. 2. Oral test: - Have pupils greet and introduce their names. 3. New lesson Teacher’s actions Students’ actions Warm up: Chatting - T asks Ss to repeat the greeting and responding to Ask ps to practice in pairs greeting. 1. Listen and repeat Play the CD and have Ps repeat each line of the chant. Then change the role. Focus Ps’ attention on the letters colored differently in the words bye and hello -Introduce the sounds /b/ and /h/ -Have Ps practice the sounds carefully Listen and repeat -Play the CD and have Ps read the chant in chorus. -Ask Ps to give which sounds in Vietnamese are similar to, and then have Ps read words after you + Ask some pairs to ask and answer. + Have Ps recite the chant and clap the syllable to reinforce their pronunciation. 2. Listen and write - Have pupils look at the sentences and guess the suitable words to fill in the blank. - Play the recording 2 times pupils to listen and Read 2 sentences number the boxes. Check their guess. Compare the answer with the partner. - Play the recording again pupils check their answers. T give the answer: - Have pupils act out the dialogue in pairs or groups for correction. - Ask some questions to ensure pupils’ comprehension of the listening text. Answer: 1. Bye 2.hello 3. Let’s chant - Introduce the Chant Hello -Turn on the tape. - Ps listen to the tape and repeat the chant. - Ps chant in group and individual. - Ps chant and do the action. -Teacher reinforce their pronunciation 4.Consolidation Summary the lesson 5.Homework - Do exercises in workbook, learn by heart the new words Listen and fill in the blank Ps listen to the tape and chant Do exercises in the workbook WEEK 2 Date of preparing: 31/ 8/ 2014 Date of teaching: …………./9/ 2014. Period 6: UNIT 1: HELLO Lesson 3: Part 4-5-6 I. Objectives: 1. Knowledge: By the end of the lesson Ps will be able to: greet and selfintroduce, Greet and respond to greeting, and self-introduction. 2. Skills: - Develop Ss reading, writing and listening skills 3. Language focus: - Sentence Partners: - Vocabulary: II. Teaching aids: 1. Teacher’s: student’s and teacher’s book, pictures, cassette. 2. Students’: books, notebooks, workbooks. III. Teaching processes: 1. Class organization: - Greeting - Checking for the students' attendance. 2. Oral test: - Have pupils greet and introduce their names. 3. New lesson Teacher’s actions Warm up: Read the chant Hello 4. Read and match. T introduces the topic “you are going to read the sentences to get the information in order to match the questions to the answers”. Ss read the sentences individually and check their prediction. Ss do the task (match the sentence with a appropriate picture.) Monitor the activity and offer help when necessary Have Ss trade the answers in pairs for correction Call on some Ss to report their answers. Others listen and comment. Make a few questions to check Ss’ comprehension of the sentences. Have the whole class read each sentence in chorus to reinforce their pronunciation Answers: 1 – d; 2 – a; 3 – b; 4 – c. 5. Read and write - Have pupils open their books to Page 11. Tell pupils that they are going to read and get the information to write the missing words in sentences. - Pupils read individually silently and complete the dialogues. - Pair works. Pupils trade their answers for correction. - Ask some pupils to read their answers aloud to the class. The rest of the class listen and give comments. - Make a few questions to check pupils’ comprehension of the reading text. - Have the whole class read each line of the dialogues chorally to reinforce their pronunciation. Answer: 1. Hello 2. I’m 3. Nice 4. How 5. I’m fine/ Fine 6. Project - Introduce the name card. Students’ actions Read the chant Hello Look at the sentences in the book Read Work individually Work in pairs Write the suitable words to fill in the blank Read 5 sentences Read and write Work individually Work in group - Explain how to do the exercise: Make name cards about themselves and others. -Ss Present them to class. The rest listen to and give the remark. Correct the pronunciation 4.Consolidation Summary the lesson 5.Homework - Do exercises in workbook, learn by heart the new words Do exercises in the workbook WEEK 2 Date of preparing: 15/ 8/ 2014 Date of teaching: Wednesday, August 18th 2014. Period 7: UNIT 2: WHAT’S YOUR NAME? Lesson 1: Part 1-2-3 I. Objectives: 1. Knowledge: By the end of the lesson Ps will be able to: ask and answer questions about one’s name. 2. Skills: - Develop Ss speaking and listening skills 3. Language focus: - Sentence Partners: What’s your name? - My name’s Mai - Vocabulary: what, your, name, my, is=’s, are=’re II. Teaching aids: 1. Teacher’s: student’s and teacher’s book, pictures, cassette. 2. Students’: books, notebooks, workbooks. III. Teaching processes: 1. Class organization: - Greeting - Checking for the students' attendance. 2. Oral test: - Have pupils greet and introduce their names and their health. 3. New lesson Teacher’s actions Students’ actions Warm up: Sing hello song Sing the song 1. Look, listen and repeat. Ask Ss to identify the characters in the picture on Look at the pictures in the page 12 and what they are saying. book Set the scene “you are going to listen to Peter and Nam, Linda and Mai greet and introduce their names. Play the recording and asks Ss to listen to the tape. T asks Ss to listen and repeat in chorus two times. Call on one pair. One repeats Peter’s part, the other repeats Nam’s part. Have whole class repeat all the phrases a few times to reinforce their pronunciation. And do the same with the dialogue between Linda and Mai 2. Point and say - Have pupils look at pictures on Page 12. Elicit the characters in the pictures and their names. Teach vocabulary: What are=’re Your Name My is=’s check vocab: slap the board Model sentence: What’s your name?-My name’s Mai. Ask pupils to guess and complete the speech bubbles. - Model: Call on a pair. Allocate the parts of the characters Mai and Nam to the pupils. Ask them to point the pictures and act out the dialogues. Using the pictures in their books. Monitor the activity and offer help. Correct pronunciation errors (stress, assimilation of sounds, intonation) when necessary. - Call on some pairs to perform their task at the front of the class. The rest of the class observe and give comments. - Have the whole class repeat all the phrases in chorus to reinforce their pronunciation. 3 Let’s Talk Ask students to look at the pictures in the book. Ask them to identify the characters in the pictures. Ask Ss work in pairs to ask and answer questions about one’s name. Call some pairs to act out Correct their pronunciation 4.Consolidation Summary the lesson 5.Homework - Do exercises in workbook, learn by heart the new Listen and repeat Look and find out the model sentences Point the pictures and practise Pactise in pairs Do exercises in the words workbook Date of preparing: 02/ 9/ 2014 Date of teaching: ……………………./9/ 2014. Period 8: UNIT 2: WHAT’S YOUR NAME? Lesson 1: Part 4-5-6 I. Objectives: 1. Knowledge: By the end of the lesson Ps will be able to ask and answer questions about one’s name. 2. Skills: - Develop Ss writing, reading and listening skills 3. Language focus: - Sentence Partners - Vocabulary: II. Teaching aids: 1. Teacher’s: student’s and teacher’s book, pictures, cassette. 2. Students’: books, notebooks, workbooks. III. Teaching processes: 1. Class organization: - Greeting - Checking for the students' attendance. 2. Oral test: - Have pupils greet and introduce their names. 3. New lesson: Teacher’s actions Students’ actions Warm up Ask and answer questions about one’s name Practise in pairs 4. Listen and tick - Have pupils look at pictures a, b, c and d on page of the Student Book. Elicit the identification of the characters in Indentify the characters the pictures and the characters’ words. Tell pupils that in each picture they are going to listen to the recording and tick the pictures they hear. Guess the answer - Play the recording 2 times pupils to listen and tick the boxes. Check their guess. Compare the answer with the Listen and tick partner. - Play the recording again pupils check their answers. T give the answer: - Ask some questions to ensure pupils’ comprehension of the listening text. Answer: 1.a 2. b 5. Look and write - Have pupils open their books to Page 13. Get Ss to identify the characters in the pictures and what they are saying. - Tell Ss that they are going to read and get information to write the missing words in dialogue 1 and 2. - Ss read silently and complete the dialogues. - Ss trade their answers within pairs for correction - Ask Ss to read the answers aloud to the class. The others listen and give comments. Answers: 1. My name is / I’m 2. Mai/ my name is/ I’m - Make some questions to check Ss’ comprehension of the reading text. Have the whole class read each line of the dialogues chorally to reinforce their pronunciation. 6. Let’s sing - Introduce The alphabet song, Page 13. - Play the recording and listen to The alphabet song - Play the recording again for pupils to sing each line of the rhythm. - Call on a group of six to the front of the class and do the actions. The others clap their hands after the song - Group work. Pupils practise singing and doing the actions in groups. Monitor the activity and help them when necessary. Correct pronunciation Ss’ errors. - Call on one group to perform the song at the front of the class. The rest of the class sing the song and clap the rhythm. - Have class sing the song again to reinforce their pronunciation. 4.Consolidation Asking Ps to focus on the structure once again. - Retell the content of the lesson. 5. Homework Do exercises in the workbook. Learn by heart the new Indentify the characters in each picture Work in pairs Listen and sing Do exercises in the words and structures. workbook WEEK: 3 Date of preparing: 5/ 9/ 2014 Date of teaching: ……………/9/2014. Period 9: UNIT 2: WHAT’S YOUR NAME? Lesson 2: Part 1- 2-3 I. Objectives: 1. Knowledge: - By the end of this lesson, Students will be able to ask and answer questions about how to spell one’s name. 2. Skills: - Develop Ss speaking and listening skills. 3. Language focus: - Sentence Partners: How do you spell your name? –L-I-N-D-A - Vocabulary: How, spell II. Teaching aids: 1. Teacher’s: student’s and teacher’s book, pictures, cassette, puppets. 2. Students’: books, notebooks, workbooks. III. Teaching processes: 1. Class organization: - Greeting - Checking for the students' attendance. 2. Oral test: - Ask Ss to greet to each other 3. New lesson: Teacher’s actions Warm up: Sing the alphabet song 1. Look, Listen and repeat. Have Ss to look at the book at page 14. Elicit the character and have Ss guess what they are saying. Set the scene: we are going to review phrases What’s your name? My name’s Mai Have Ss listen to the recording as they read the lines in the speech bubbles Play the recording again for Ss to repeat the lines in the speech bubbles two times. Divide the class into two groups. One repeat Mai’s part and the other repeat Nam’s part. Play the recording again for the whole class to repeat each line in the speech bubbles to reinforce their pronunciation. - Teach vocabulary: How spell - Elicits the structures How are do you spell your name? –L-I-N-D-A 2. Point and say Have Ss look at the pictures on page 14 Elicit the characters in the pictures and their names. Ask Ss to guess and complete the speech bubbles. T models/ allocates the parts of characters Linda and Nam to Ss Ask them to act out the dialogue1. Repeat the step with some other pairs for pictures Have Ss practice acting out the dialogue in pairs, using the pictures. Monitor the activity and offer held. Correct pronunciation errors (stress, assimilation of sounds, intonation) when necessary. Call on some pairs to perform the task at the front of Students’ actions Sing the song Look at the pictures in the book Listen and repeat Read in pairs Look at 4 pictures Point to the pictures and practise the class. The others observe and give comments. Have the whole class repeat all the phrases in chorus to reinforce their pronunciation. 3 - Let’s talk: Show picture and give task. Have Ps work in pairs to ask and answer questions about how to spell one’s name. - Display in class, others comment Listen and correct. Have Ps practise 4.Consolidation Summary the lesson 5.Homework - Do exercises in workbook, learn by heart the new words and structure Play role and speak out. Work in talking: pair practice Do exercises in the workbook WEEK 3 Date of preparing: 5/ 9/ 2014 Date of teaching:……………/9/ 2014. Period 10: UNIT 2: WHAT’S YOUR NAME? Lesson 2: Part 4-5-6 I. Objectives: 1. Knowledge: - By the end of this lesson, Students will be able to ask and answer questions about how to spell one’s name. 2. Skills: - Develop Ss reading, writing and listening skills 3. Language focus: - Sentence Partners: - Vocabulary: II. Teaching aids: 1. Teacher’s: student’s and teacher’s book, pictures, cassette. 2. Students’: books, notebooks, workbooks. III. Teaching processes: 1. Class organization: - Greeting - Checking for the students' attendance. 2. Oral test: - Have pupils greet and introduce, spell their names. 3. New lesson Teacher’s actions Warm up: Chatting - T asks Ss to make question and answer about how to spell one’s name. 4. Listen and number - Have pupils look at pictures a, b, c and d on page 15 of the Student Book. Elicit the identification of the characters in the pictures and the characters’ words. Tell pupils that they are going to listen to the recording and match the information they hear to the pictures. They should number the boxes. - Play the recording 2 times pupils to listen and number the boxes. Check their guess. Compare the answer with the partner. - Play the recording again pupils check their answers. T give the answer: - Ask some questions to ensure pupils’ comprehension of the listening text. Answer: 1.c 2.b 3.d 4.a 5. Read and match Ask Ss to identify the characters in the pictures on page 15. Set the scene: “you are going to read the dialogues to get the information in order to match the pictures to the appropriate dialogues.” Have a revision of the language: “How do you spell your name?” – “L – I – N – D – A.” Ask Ss to read the dialogues and do the task (match the sentence with a appropriate picture.) Monitor the activity and offer help when necessary Have Ss trade the answers in pairs for correction Call on some Ss to report their answers. Others listen and comment. Make a few questions to check Ss’ comprehension of the sentences. Have the whole class read each sentence in chorus to reinforce their pronunciation Answers: 1 – c; 2 – b; 3-a Students’ actions Practise in pairs Look at the pictures in the book Listen and number Ps answer Look at 3 pictures Work Individually Practice the dialogues in pairs 6. Let’s write Practise in pairs - Have pupils open their books to Page 15. Get Ss to identify the characters in the pictures and what they are saying. Tell pupils that they are going to read and get the information to write the missing words in dialogue. - Pupils practice in pairs and complete the dialogues. - Pair works. Pupils give their answers for correction. - Ask some pupils to read their answers aloud to the class. The rest of the class listen and give comments. - Make a few questions to check pupils’ comprehension of the reading text. - Have the whole class read each line of the dialogues chorally to reinforce their pronunciation. 4.Consolidation Summary the lesson 5.Homework - Do exercises in workbook, learn by heart the new Do exercises in the words workbook Date of preparing: 7/ 9/ 2014 Date of teaching: ………………/9/ 2014. Period 11: UNIT 2: WHAT’S YOUR NAME? Lesson 3: Part 1-2-3 I. Objectives: 1. Knowledge: By the end of the lesson Ps will be able to: ask and answer questions about one’s name, how to spell one’s name, make and respond to instructions. Pronounce the sounds in the letters /m/, /p/ correctly. 2. Skills: - Develop Ss writing and listening skills 3. Language focus: - Sentence Partners: - Vocabulary: II. Teaching aids: 1. Teacher’s: student’s and teacher’s book, pictures, cassette. 2. Students’: books, notebooks, workbooks. III. Teaching processes: 1. Class organization:
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