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Giáo án Tiếng anh 7 UNIT 13: ACTIVITIES SECTION: A; B Periods Objectives Language contents * Grammar: 1 - Describe sporting activities. A1, A3 Adjectives and adverbs. * Vocabulary: Words relating to sport (review) 2 A4, A5 Give advice about sporting activities for owner. Techniques Listening reading Questions – answers Role play * Grammar: Reading Adjectives and adverbs (review) Questions – answers * Vocabulary: Gap – filling Words relating to sport. 3 B1 * Grammar: Make an invitation Listening Review modal verbs Role play Modal verb: ought to Questions – answers * Vocabulary: Paddles … 4 * Grammar: Listening role B2 Refuse an invitation Review modal verbs Play gap filling + Come and play basketball + I’m sorry. I don’t think I can * Vocabulary: Review 5 B3 Explore in the Oceans * Grammar: review Reading * Vocabulary: words relating to equipment about swimming Questions – answers. UNIT 13: ACTIVITIES Section: A1 + A3 Period 1 A. SPORTS I. OBJECTIVE: - Students learn how to describe sporting activities. II. LANGUAGE CONTENS: * Grammar: Adverbs and adjectives. * Vocabulary: * Noun: Baseball, skateboarding, Roller – skating ………….. * Adjectives: Slam dunked, popular, skillful, and safe. III. TECHNIQUES: - Role play. - Questions - Answers. IV. TEACHING AIDS: - Pictures and cassettes. V. TIME: 45 minutes VI. PROCEDURES: Sections Steps A1+A3 Warm up Techniques and contents  Introduces the topic:  Asks students which sports are their favorite Drawing experience ones and in their free time which one they often play. 10’ Skill developing Practice Controlled A1  Let them look at the pictures indicating sports.  Asks whether some of them play any the sports in the pictures.  Tell them the content of the reading they are going to listening and read.  Students listen to the teacher carefully before listening and reading.  Names 10 sports which are the most popular that they young in America love to play.  Students try to remember as many sports as possible, then retell them.  Let students listen the cassette twice.  Student listens to the cassette attentively.  Asks them: read by them.  Student read careful  Call some students and asks them to tell the names of some sports lists.  Sports: Baseball, skate-boarding, rollerskating, roller-balding, basketball, football, tennis, badminton, swimming.  Have some of students to do some actions illustrating some sports to attract their attention more, then asks other to guess what they are.  Students try to guess which sports are illustrating and give correct answers.  Let them practice in pairs, asking and answering the questions given.  Call some pairs to drill before class, corrects if there is mistakes. Students do as requested. A3 listen then practice with a partner.  Asks students to look at the pictures, observe and then tell what people in the pictures do.  Students look at the pictures and do as requested.  Let students listen to the cassette twice.  Asks questions – answers  What’s he?  He’s a soccer player Is he a good soccer?  Yes, he is. What does he play?  He plays soccer well.  Use substitution drill and let students work on other pictures.  Students do as requested.  Have students practice in pairs  Teacher writes 6 pairs of sentences on the board and calls some students to underline the adjectives and adverbs in these sentences.  Students look at the board and find out the adjectives adverbs then underline them.  Tell students the difference between adjectives and adverbs and their usage.  Give them some more adjectives and adverbs, then asks them to write some more sentences, using the adjectives and adverbs given.  Let students take notes. Notes Adjectives  Adverbs Dangerous  dangerously Skillful Consolidation  skillfully Slow  slowly Bad  badly Quick  quickly Safe  safely Sudden  suddenly Adjective + ly = adverb of manner Irregular adjective: 7’ 3’  Good – well  Ex: He a good soccer player  He plays well Adverb  Adjective qualify nouns  Adverb modifies verbs.  Ex: He a skillful volleyball player He plays skillfully She a slow swimmer She swims slowly Homework: Write the adverbs corresponding to the adjectives Ex: Good –well (A1, A2, A3, P.82) And complete the sentence use adjectives, adverbs in bracket. Ex: My brother cycles slowly. She is a slow cyclist (slow/slowly) UNIT 13: ACTIVITIES Period 2 (A4 + A5) A. SPORTS I. OBJECTIVE: - Students learn how to give advice about sporting activities for owner. II. LANGUAGE CONTENS: * Grammar: Adverbs and adjectives (review). * Vocabulary: words relating to sport. III. TECHNIQUES: - Role play. - Questions – Answers. - Gap - filling. IV. TEACHING AIDS: - Pictures and cassettes. V. TIME: 45 minutes VI. PROCEDURES: Sections Steps A4 Read then answer the questions Techniques and contents  Show students a picture of badminton.  Students look at the pictures and observe.  Asks them whether they know.  Or play this sport and what to play badminton.  Students answer and tell to the teacher Drawing experience about badminton. Show students “Rackets, Shut-tecock, net”.  Let students read the text carefully.  Explains clearly the meaning of the word “single” “double” and tell them how to use them.  Let them answer the question given.  Question – answers: students identify answer keys. Answer keys. a) People need a pairs of rackets, a shuttlecock, a net, and a small piece of land to play badminton. b) The player hit the shuttlecock over the net with their rackets. c) The two kind of badmintons game. Are the games of singles and the game of doubles. d) Some players wear a band over their wrist to play the games safely. e) Indonesia is the country which often wins the badminton World Cup, China and Korea sometimes win the world Cup, too. Let them take some note about the championship of badminton. A5  Show students a picture to guess the sports activities relating to the pictures.  Let students discuss the place which students swim.  Students read all the posters and do exercises.  Teacher calls some students to check, give the keys and correct their mistakes.  Teacher explain some new words in Vietnamese quickly.  New words: lifeguard, poor edge, yellow flags. Homework: A4 p.83 Write true sentences about how you do these things. Example: I run quickly. UNIT 13: ACTIVITIES Period 3 – B1 B. COME AND PLAN I. OBJECTIVE: - Students learn how to make an invitation. II. LANGUAGE CONTENS: * Grammar: Review modal verbs: Ought to. * Vocabulary: Paddles (words relating to sport). III. TECHNIQUES: - Listening - Role play - Questions – Answers IV. TEACHING AIDS: - Pictures and cassettes. V. TIME: 45 minutes VI. PROCEDURES: Sections Steps B1 Warm up Techniques and contents  Introduces the topic.  Let students look at the pictures and asks what Ba and Nam doing, then introduce the situation.  Students observe the pictures and answer the question and listen to the introduction. Drawing experience  Let them listen to the cassette twice, and then have them repeat.  Calls some pairs play the role before class about Nam and Ba.  Pairs work: practice with partner.  Asks them to pick out the modal verbs an and give the information of three forms as quickly as possible.  Students ask – answer the question (using the idea given in the dialogue).  Students take notes.  Modal verbs: Can, must, have to, ought to, might…  Affirmative: S + might / can/must/should/ have to/ has to/ ought to + v (bare inf)  Negative: S + mightn’t/ can’t/ shouldn’t/ mustn’t oughtn’t to/ don’t have to/ doesn’t have to + v * Interrogative: Can Must + s + (bare inf)? Should Ought + S + to + v (bare inf)? Do / does + s + have to + v (bare infi). Homework: do exercise B – Come and play B1 invite your friend to the activities. Use would you like to/ come and Example: Chess Would you like to play chess with me, Minh? Come and play chess with me, Minh. UNIT 13: ACTIVITIES Period 4 B. COME AND PLAN I. OBJECTIVE: - Students learn how to refuse an invitation. II. LANGUAGE CONTENS: * Grammar: Review modal verbs. * Come and play basketball. * I’m sorry. I don’t think I can. * Vocabulary: Review III. TECHNIQUES: - Listening - Role play - Questions – Answers - Gap - filling IV. TEACHING AIDS: - Pictures and cassettes. V. TIME: 45 minutes VI. PROCEDURES: Sections Steps B2 Practice Techniques and contents  Let students listen to the cassette twice. Drawing experience Skill development (listening) Controlled  Tell them to replace the underlined words by the cues given to make other dialogues.  Teacher give example a).  Pairs work: practice their own dialogue before the class.  Ask and answer by using the modal verbs to write the invitation.  Corrects their mistakes if there is.  Students do as requested.  Fill in the blanks what you heard.  Consolidation Home work: Invite your friend to the activities. Pre-listening Would you like to chess with me> While Come and play chess with me, Minh. listening Homework: Do exercise in B2 – page 84 – Workbook; prepare B3, complete the dialogues. UNIT 13: ACTIVITIES Period 5 (B3) B. COME AND PLAN I. OBJECTIVE: - Students learn how to explore in the oceans. II. LANGUAGE CONTENS: * Grammar: Review * Vocabulary: words relating to equipment about swimming. III. TECHNIQUES: - Reading - Role play - Questions – Answers IV. TEACHING AIDS: - Pictures and cassettes. V. TIME: 45 minutes VI. PROCEDURES: Sections Steps B3 Warm up Techniques and contents  Let students observe a picture and guess what it is.  Students look at the picture and make a guess.  Asks some questions to elicit the meaning of the words: scuba-diving, pearl diver Drawing experience invention, special bread thing equipment, (with the help of the picture) vessel, explore deep sea. Consolidation  Students listen and answer, notice the meanings of the words given.  Teacher read over the text and request them to follow attentively.  Students read carefully.  If we are not sure that our students can understand all the text, ask them to translation.  Students read sentence by sentence and do the translation.  Questions – answers: students identify their choice true or false.  Teacher checks the answers and corrects if there is mistakes.  Tell them something more about Jacques Cousteau (1910-1997).  Questions – answers. Homework: Complete the dialogues. Use can or must. In the workbook (B3/p85)
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