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Giáo án Tiếng anh lớp 9. Period 49 Unit 8: CELEBRATIONS GETTING STARTED + LISTEN AND READ I. Objectives By the end of the lesson, students will be able to: - Get further information about celebrations in the world. Practice reading comprehension skill for details to complete a table II. Language contents: Vocabulary: sticky rice cake, occur, live apart, Israel, Jewish, Passover, slavery, joyful, parade Language skills: Practice reading and listening skill. III. Teaching aids textbook, tape, cassettes, posters. IV. Procedure 1. Checking up: Use the connectives to combine each pair of the sentences: 1. He is very tired. He has to finish his homework (but). 2. The room is very small. It's quite comfortable (although). 2. New lesson Teacher’s activities Students’ activities 1. Warm up T: Ask Ss to work in groups and make a list of famous Celebrations celebrations in Vietnam and world wide. In the time allowed, group with the longest list will be the winner. Christmas T: Ask Ss further questions about facts of the above celebrations. Valentine Eg: In which country do people celebrate..? Mother's day What do they do? Thanksgiving day Easter Halloween 2. Presentation ….. T: Teach vocabulary Lunar New Year Mid- fall Festival T: Asks Ss to work with a partner. Match the icons with the names of the celebration they present. - Correct the Answers. 3. Practice T: Have Ss listen and read the passage about celebrations in Vietnam and in other countries and ask them to complete the table with five heading. Teacher's day May Day Wedding I. Getting started 1. Easter 2. Wedding 3. Birthday 4. Christmas 5. Mid – fall 6. Lunar New Year - Gives some new words, explains and asks Sts to read. 1.New words - T: Asks Ss to work in group . Read the passage in the book and then give the answers. - Sticky rice cake (n): traditional chung cake - Occur (v): happen, take place - Live apart (v): far away - Israel: n-íc Israel - Jewish (adj) - Helps Sts to complete. - Passover (n): - Slavery (adj): condition or work of slave. - Joyful (adj): cheerful - Calls some Sts to write down their answers. - Parade (n,v): march with display 2. Complete the table Celebr ation - Corrects the mistake and give answers. Tet  Discussion - Ask Ss to practice asking and answering the questions. Passov er Easter When? Activities Food Country In late January or early Februar y Clean and decoratin g homes, and enjoying special food Stick y rice cake Vietnam Late march or early April (not available) Speci al meal calle d the Sede r Israel Around the same time as Passover People crowd the streets watch colorful parade Choc olate In many or countries sugar eggs 3. Discussion 1. 2. 3. 4. 4. Consolidation - Summarize the main points. 5. Homework - Revise the lesson - Prepare " SPEAK" When does Tet occur ? What do our people do at Tet ? What special food do they eat ? Which country celebrate Tet ? Period 50 Unit 8: CELEBRATIONS SPEAK + LISTEN I. Objectives By the end of the lesson, students will be able to: - Give and respond to a compliment for common situations. - Complete a song by filling the missing words and update themselves with the information about one of the best known songs in English – speaking countries. II. Language contents: Vocabulary: contest, take part in, charity program/ activities, activist, nominate. acquaintance, bring to mind, kindness, trusty Language skills: Practice speaking and listening skill III. Teaching aids textbook, tape, cassettes, posters IV. Procedure 1. Checking up: 2. New lesson Teacher’s activities Students’ activities 1. Warm up T: Call on a Ss to answer to questions. 1.New words: - Do you usually give a compliment? On which occasion? To whom? Contest (English speaking contest) (n) 2. Pre – speaking Competition (n): cuéc thi Take part in (v): participate: tham gia T: Teach vocabulary Charity activities (n): T: Let Ss to play the game “slap the board”. Activist (n): T: Introduce the structure to give and respond to a compliment. Nominate (v): Acquaintance (n): T: Demonstrate by the first situation in the book “Trang has just won the first prize in the English. Bring to mind (v): remember speaking contest” Kindness (n): 3. While – speaking Trusty (a): T: Ask Ss to work in pairs. Read the situations in the book and then give and respond to appropriate compliment. 2. Compliments Ss: Work in pairs and give responds. T: Call on some pairs to practice the dialogue before class. 4. Post – speaking T: Tell Ss to work with another partner: think of the situations in which you can compliments your friends and respond from his/her or them, then make up dialogues with your partner. T: May give suggestions such as: Give a compliment Respond a compliment Well done Thanks That’s a great/an excellent….. Let me congratulate you on It is nice if you to say so That’s very kind if you  Example Mai: well done, Trang Trang: Thanks 3. Practice + Passing the final/ entrance exam.  Suggested answers: b, Mother: well done, Huyen + Graduating from university. Huyen: Thanks, Mom + Winning the first prize in a singing contest. c, Friends: congratulations on your nomination, Tuan. + Having finished making a birthday card. T: Call on some pairs to practice the dialogue in front of class. - Feedback and give suggested answers. Tuan: It’s nice of you to say so. d, You: That’s excellent drawing, Hoa Hoa: That’s very nice of you to say so. 5. Listening T: Set the scene “On new year’s Eve, many people in western countries hold parties which last until late into the night. It’s traditional to greet the new year at midnight and celebrate the first minutes of the year in the company of friends and family people may dance, sing and drink a toast to the year ahead. After the celebrations, it is time to make new year resolutions and these are a list of decisions about how to live in the coming year. Horns are blown at midnight, and people hug and kiss to begin the new year with much love and happiness. Auld Lang Syne, with words by Robert Burns, is often sung at midnight on New Year’s Eve. Auld lang syne is one of the best known song in English speaking countries. Auld lang syne means the times gone past; the good old days. In scot Auld = old; lang = long; syne = since. T: Play the tape several times if necessary. T: Tell Ss to compare the answers with a friend. - Call on some Ss to read/sing the song aloud in front of class.  Suggested answers: 1. Trang: Well done, Bao Bao: Thank you a lot. 2. Hung: Let me congratulation on your graduation. Huong: That’s very kind of you. 4. Listening *answers a. b. c. d. e. f.  - day Take Mind Hand Kindness Suggested answers Go out in the streets. See fireworks display. Hold year- end party. Wait for lucky money. - Give feedback and give correct answers. T: Ask Ss to work in group and discuss: “What do you and your family usually does on New Year’s Eve (lunar New Year)? 8. Drill T: Summarize the main points and structures to give a compliment and respond to a compliment. 9. Homework - Summarize the main points. - Learn by heart all new words. - Prepare “ Read”. Period 51 Unit 8: CELEBRATIONS READ I. Objectives By the end of the lesson, students will be able to get to know about more one of the important celebrations in Australia and the USA: Father's Day through the reading about opinions, feelings and memories of children about their father. II. Language contents: Vocabulary: Lose heart, groom, hug, considerate, priority, sense of humor, distinguish, terrific, proud of . Language skills: Practice Reading skill III. Teaching aids textbook, Hand outs with further information about Father's Day. IV. Procedure 1. Checking up: T: Call on some Ss to read the song. " Auld Lang Syne" again. 2. New lesson Teacher’s activities Students’ activities 1. Warm up Table completion Divide Ss into small groups. Each group is given a piece of card containing 10 important celebrations in Vietnam and their dates. The card is in two columns: Celebration and date. Group with the complete table in the shortest time will - Have to complete the table by filling either the date or celebration. be the winer. Celebration 1. Date 1.1 2. Valentine’s day 3. 8.3 4. April fool ’s day 5. 30.4 6. May day Celebration Date 1. Lunar New year 1.1* 2. Valentine’s day 14.2 3. International Women’s day 8.3 4. April fool ’s day 1.4 5. Victory day 30.4 6. May day 1.5 7. 15.8 7. Mid fall festival 15.8* 8. 20.11 8. Teacher’s day 20.11 9. People’s army founding anniversary 22.12 10. 24. 12 9. People’s army founding anniversary 10. 24. 12 2. Pre – reading T: Introduces new vocabulary. T: Ask Ss to make sentences with the new words given. - Write down new words and read after the teacher. *Setting the scene On Father’s Day in Australia and in the USA, children show their love to to their fathers by giving their father presents, cards... Prediction Have Ss work in 2 groups Get them to close the book and think of the adjectives that children use to talk about their fathers. 3. While – reading Get Ss to open the books on page 68, read the opinions and check their predictions. -Call on Ss to give answers. -Give feddback. T: Sets the scene "Father's Day in the time when the children show their feelings, respect, and great love to 1.New words Lose heart (v): Groom (n): Hug (v): Considerate (a): Priority (n): Sense of humor (n): Distinguish (v): Terrific (a): Proud of (a): 2. Prediction their fathers. The followings are opinions, feelings and memories of children about their fathers". T: Divides class into three groups. Each group read one passage answer questions about it. strong generous considerate handsome humorous great healthy the best terrific T: Call on representative from each group to read the answers aloud. 3. Comprehension questions - Make any necessary corrections.  Answers + Rita (Australia) - Give correct answers. T: Ask Ss one additional question. "What image of a father can you draw from the 3 passages?” T: Calls on some Ss to read the passages aloud. 4. Post – Reading T: Tells Ss to work in groups of 3 to 4 and discuss about their fathers Suggested question are: Can you tell me about your father? How old is he? What does he do? What does he look like? What do you like best about him? What are your feelings and opinions aloud him? Which memories do you have about your father that you remember until now? a. To her father - He teaches her how to love, cry and laugh + Jane (USA) b. He is possibly dead. These ideas may tell about that:"… how much you are missed, ….. I now have children, Dad…? - Yes, she is married with some children on her weeding day, her father stood and gave her a hug. + Bob (Australia) - He is considerate, generous and humorous c. His scene of humor makes him different from others. Yes, he is. d. a father can be a teacher, a care taker and a friend. 4. Discussion 5. Drill - Asks Sts to read the poem again 6. Homework - Summarize the main points. - do exercise in post – reading and learn by heart new words. - Prepare " WRITE". Period 52 Unit 8: CELEBRATIONS Write I. Objectives By the end of the lesson, students will be able to write a letter to a friend to share their ideas about particular issue (there should be a day for mother or father in Vietnam). II.Language contents: Vocabulary: essential, enhance, tradition, support, outdoor, national wide. Language skills: Practice writing skill. III. Teaching aids textbook, teaching plant IV. Procedure 1. Checking up: Exercise book and write new words. 2. New lesson Teacher’s activities Students’ activities 1. Warm up Classification Who Which When Provide a number of words and ask Ss to work in groups to classify them under three headings: who, which and when. People Gift New year’s eve Friend Songs Mother’s day New year’s Eve, gift, song, people, friend, Australian, tourist, mother’s day. National day, season, cake, keyboard, mid – autumn festival ... Australian Cake National day Tourist keyboard Mid-autumn festival 2. Pre - Writing T: Introduce the new words. - Write down all new words. 1. New words Essential (a): - Listen and brainstorm. Ordering -Ask Ss to keep their books closed, show the outline on the board. -Get Ss to put the parts in the correct order. -Call on Ss to give answers. -Give feddback. *Ask Ss to give details about + When to celebrate, in what season, or what mont? Why? + How to celebrate: having parties, sending cards... + What sepcial gift to give? + What special food to offer? Enhance (v): Tradition (n): Support (v): Nationwide (n): 2.Odering + When to celebrate, in what season, or what month? Why? + How to celebrate: having parties, sending cards... + What sepcial gift to give? + What special food to offer? *Answers: Paragraph 1: (3) Paragraph 2: (1) Paragraph 3: (2) 3. Writing  T: Set the scene" In Vietnam people do not celebrate mother's day or father's Day. You think It is necessary to have a day to celebrate for your mom and another for your dad. Write to a friend to share this idea. Now work with a friend to brainstorm the seasons for celebrating, when and how to celebrate these days. Answers In my opinion, it is import to have a day to celebrate for our parents. The first reason for this is that, on these occasion, children will have a special day to express their feelings, memories and great love for their parents. We have an opportunity to enhance family traditions. Besides, members of families can have a chance to get together, to know one another and to help one another. I think first Sunday of April is the most suitable day T: Gather some ideas and tell Ss to open the to celebrate because Sunday is a day off so everybody is free book. from work or study. Moreover, April is in late spring or early summer, and then weather is generally fine at this time of the 3. While – Writing year, many activities can happen outdoor. T: Ask Ss to follow the outline and work independently to write a letter to a friend as instructed. - Ask Ss to compare their writing with a friend. - Call on some Ss to read their writing aloud. It is not necessary to have parties but it’s good idea to have a family gathering when members have lunch or dinner together. Children should give their parents flowers, send them cards, or bring them a special cake. Children also should serve their parents the food that they like best. - Comment and give suggested answers if necessary. In conclusion, I believe the idea will be supported and the day will be celebrated nationwide because everybody loves their parents and wants their parents to be happy. 4. Post – writing - Read the writing aloud. " Peer correction" T: Ask Ss to work with a friend, exchange their writings and correct for each other. Ss are asked to recognize their friend's mistakes in the writing and offer the suggested corrections. T: Pick up some typical writing to correct in front of class. 5. Drill - Summarize the main points. 6. Homework - Learn by heart all new words and outline to write a letter. - Prepare " Language focus". Period 53 Unit 8: CELEBRATIONS LANGUAGE FOCUS I. Objectives By the end of the lesson, students will be able to: - Recognize and distinguish relative clauses. Know how to use them in various situations. II.Language contents: Grammar: + Relative clauses. + Adverb clauses of concession. Language skills: Practice writing skill. III. Teaching aids textbook, teaching plant, handouts on additional exercises. IV. Procedure 1. Checking up: Supply the correct word from: a. There are many …….. throughout the year (celebrate) b. He wants to ……... his room (decorate c. Tet is a ……….. festival of Vietnamese people (joy) 2. New lesson Teacher’s activities Students’ activities 1. Warm up Relative clause completion 1. New year’s Eve is the night when…. Ask Ss to work in groups. 2. April fools’ Day is a day when … Say the first clause of complex sentence. - Crowded holiday resorts are not very pleasant. Call at random on members of the groups to complete the sentences. -> Holiday resorts which are crowded are not very pleasant. Students with no reaction (no answers) in less then 5 seconds will be the loser. - Work in groups. Can use their own ideas but they have to make sense Sentences need to be completed: 2. Presentation 1 T: Tell Ss how to identify a relative clause compare: "The word crowded in the first sentence is an adjective, which are crowded" is a clause (it has a finite verb: are). The clause is doing exactly the same work as the adjective: it is describing the holiday resorts. So we can call it an adverbial clause, or (more usually) a relative clause because it "relative" to the noun in this case by means of the word "which" relative clause can describe persons, things and events. The appropriate relative pronouns are "who", "which" and "when". There are 2 kinds of relative clause in written language. Relative clause without comas are called "defining" or "identifying clauses" they provide essential information about the subject or object. Eg: what kind of book with be popular? The book which contains pictures. Relative clause with comas are called "now – defining clauses" they provide additional information, which are be omitted/ removed. 1. Join the sentences. Use relative clauses Ss: Do exercise and compare the answers with a Example: Tet is a festival. Tet occurs in late January or early February. -> Tet is a festival which occurs in late January or early February. * Answers a. Auld Lang Syne is a song which is song on New year's Eve. b. This watch is a gift which was given to me by my aunt on my 14th birthday. c. My friend Tom, who sings western songs. d. We often go to the town cultural house, which always open on public holidays. e. We like reading books which tell about different people and their cultures. f. On my mom's birthday my dad gave her roes, which were very sweet and beautiful. Eg: the book, which contains pictures, will be popular. g. Judy likes the fall moon festival, which is celebrated in mid fall, very much. 3. Practice 1 h. Tomorrow I'll go to the air port to meet my friends, who come to stay with us during Christmas. T: Tell Ss to do exercise 1. Join the sentences. Use relative clauses 2. Describe each of the people in the pictures Eg: - I am the boy who is wearing a while T - Short. - My aunt Judy is the woman who is holding Jack. friend T: Make necessary corrects and give correct answers. * Suggested answers: - Mom is the woman who is sitting in a armchair receiving a gift from the little girl. - Dad is the man who is standing behind my sister. - Linda is he girl who is wearing a pink dress/ giving a gift to mom. - Grandmother is the woman who is wearing a violet blouse/ giving a gift to the baby. - Uncle John is the man who is wearing a pink jumper. - Jack is the little boy who is sitting on his mother's Lap: 3. Join the sentences - Though, although, even though (mÆc dï, dï)+ clause. -> These express the opposite ideas. 3. Practice 2: T: Ask Ss to study the picture in the book and use the relative clauses to describe each of the people in the pictures. Follow the example in the book. Eg: Thu Ha is not satisfied with her preparations for Tet even though she has decorated her house and made plenty of cakes.  Answers: b. Although we don't have a mother's Day in Vietnam, Dad and I have special gift and parties for my Mom very year on the 8th of March. Ss: Look at the example and do exercise in individual. - Compare the answers with a partner. T: Call on some Ss to read their answers. - Give suggested answer. c. we went to Hanoi to watch the parade on the National Day last year even though we live in Nam Dinh. d. Many tourists enjoy festivals in Vietnamese culture very much. e. Event though in Australia Christmas season is in summer, Australian enjoy Christmas as much as people in European countries do. f. Although Jim came to the show late due to the traffic jam, he could see the main part of the show. 4. Complete the sentences. Use the correct tense of the verbs and the information 4. Presentation 3 T: Explain the meaning of "though, although, even though + clause, and the examples.  Answers: a. although Mrs. Thoa was tired, she helped Tuan with his homework. b. Even though Liz has an examination tomorrow, she is still watching TV now. c. It rained yesterday although the weather bureau predicted the weather would be fine. d. Ba ate a lot of food although he wasn't hungry. 4. Practice 3 T: Have Ss done exercise 3. join the sentences, use the words in the brackets. Ss: work in pairs: - Compare the sentences with a friend. T: Call on some Ss to read their answers in front of the class. e. Even though the keyboard wasn't working well, Mary tried to finish letter. - Feedback and give correct answers. Notice that there is not "but" in the complex sentences with "though, though, even though". 4. Practice 4 T: Tell Ss to do exercise 4. look at the picture and complete the sentences by using "Thought, although, even though" use the correct tense of the verbs and the information. T: Let Ss check the answer for each other. - Feedback and give correct answer. 4. Practice 5 - Helps Sts to complete exercise 4. - Asks Ss to work in groups. - Let Ss check the answer for each other. - Feedback and give correct answer. - Calls Ss to write down the answers on the board. - Remarks and corrects the mistakes. 5. Drill - Repeat the relative clause and Adverb clauses of concession. - Join the sentences. Use relative clauses. a. She is a nurse. She took care of me. b. Is this the book? You want me to read it? 6. Homework - Summarize the main points. - Prepare "UNIT 9 – getting started + listen and read".
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