Bài giảng unit 12 music period 1+2 reading

Trinh Cong Son was a composer and singer most known for his love songs and antiwar songs. He was considered as “ Viet Nam’s Bob Dylan”

He was born in Dac Lac and grew up in Hue from 1943. In 1958 he wrote his first song named Uot Mi, and this song soon became famous. In 1972 Trinh Cong Son won the Japanese Golden Disc with Ngu Di Con.

His important achievement is a huge legacy of more than 500 songs including Noi Vong tay Lon, Toi Se Di Tham, Ha Trang

Many of his music fans finhd him unforgettable with his thoughtful statements: “ There is merely love and human condition in this life. Human is finite, whereas love is infinite. We should thus try our best to nourish love so that ti could accordingly save condition on the Cross of Life”

 

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Unit 12: Music Period 1+2: Reading Aims: By the end of the lesson, Ss will be able to: Use vocabulary items related to the issue of music Answer the questions based on the text Skim for general information Discussion Materials: Textbook, whiteboard markers, Cassettes… Procedure: Teacher Students Warmer: Tell the sorts of music that you know Pop Folk songs Classic music Jazz Rock Music Do you like listening to music? What band do you like best? What singer do you like best? What sort of music do you often listen to? Pre- reading: Pre- teach new words: play an indispensable/ important part in: dong vai tro quan trong classical music formal appeal: emotional stimulation: su kich thich ve cam xuc emerge: (v) : bat nguon, xuat phat to consist of : bao gom transmit orally (v) : truyen mieng While- reading: a/ Answer the following questions: A learnt and serious audience Classical music has beauty in itself, whereas romantic music arouses people’s emotions Because it consists of short songs with a strong beat and simple tunes, which are easy to remember. Because it is transmitted orally. Some words may be omitted or added while the song is transmitted by words of mouth. In the 1950s He is recognized as the King of Rock-‘n’-roll IT comes from Rock-‘n’-roll Electric guitars Fill in the gap with the missing information learnt and serious unknown Auld Lang Syne the early 1900s easy to remember jazz and country 1950s Heartbreak hotel rock-‘n’-roll The rolling stones Post- reading: Music calms our minds and makes us fell relaxed. Music and songs have great educational values in schools and in society Music in hospital helps patients relax their minds so contributes to the treatment of diseases. Home work Learn by heart the new words Do exercise in work book Self evaluation: ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… Unit 12: Music Period 3: Writing a brief profile Aims: By the end of the lesson, Ss will be able to write a profile based on prompts provided Materials: Textbook, whiteboard markers, cassettes… Procedure: Teacher Students warmer Give the picture of Bob Dylan and ask students if they know him Give a brief introduction about Bob Dylan Pre- Writing: Help Ps to read a brief profile from the prompts *A profile should have the following information: - Who the person is/was - Where and when he/she was born - What he/she is well-known/ famous for - What his/her important achievements are - ( if not alive) When he/she died * Pre- teach new words: - protest music : nhac phan khang - release: Phat hanh - reflect : phan anh - religious interest: su sung dao - legend : huyen thoai - anthem : quoc ca - civil war: noi chien - thought provoking : can phai suy nghi While- writing: Write a brief profile about Trinh Cong Son Trinh Cong Son was a composer and singer most known for his love songs and antiwar songs. He was considered as “ Viet Nam’s Bob Dylan” He was born in Dac Lac and grew up in Hue from 1943. In 1958 he wrote his first song named Uot Mi, and this song soon became famous. In 1972 Trinh Cong Son won the Japanese Golden Disc with Ngu Di Con. His important achievement is a huge legacy of more than 500 songs including Noi Vong tay Lon, Toi Se Di Tham, Ha Trang… Many of his music fans finhd him unforgettable with his thoughtful statements: “ There is merely love and human condition in this life. Human is finite, whereas love is infinite. We should thus try our best to nourish love so that ti could accordingly save condition on the Cross of Life” Post- writing Correction and remark Homework: write a short paragraph about a singer or musician that you like Unit 12: Music Period 4: Speaking Expressing attitudes towards types of Music Aims: By the end of the lesson, Ss will be able to use the words that teacher gives to express their attitudes- likes or dislikes towards types of music Materials: Textbook, whiteboard markers, cassettes… Procedure: Teacher Students I warmer: Do you like listening to music? What band do you like best? What singer do you like best? What sort of music do you often listen to? II. Pre- speaking: a. With the information given in the Reading Text and your own experience, match the types of music with their descriptions: - nostalgic /nɔs'tældʒik/(adj) nho nha, nho que huong, luyen tiec, hoai co - rhythm:/ 'riđəm/ : nhip dieu, nhip - intriguing / [in'tri:giη] (adj): tính từ hấp dẫn, gợi thích thú, kích thích sự tò mò làm say đắm b. Pre- teach some structures: * Positive attitude: ( likes) - I love/ like……. - I feel very delighted/ pleased/ excited with…….. - I find it really lovely/ intriguing/ interesting/ moving…. - How interesting it was!/ What a good song it was! * Neutral attitudes: - It is not so bad - It is all right/ Ok - This type of music is not suitable for me - I’m not so interested in this type of music - may be I’ll learn to like it - I don’t know but…. * Negative attitudes: - I don’t like/ dislike…… - The performance is really/ awful/ annoying/ disappointing/ terrible - I’m tired of…/ can’t bear….. III. While- speaking Who is your favourite singer/ composer? What do you think is the most interesting about him or her? Why? IV. Post- speaking: Remark and correction Homework: Unit 12: Music Period 5+ 6: Language Focus Aims: Know the words with the prefix non- and use them appropriately. Know how to make information questions Understand the structure It was not until…….that…. Materials: Textbook, whiteboard markers, cassettes… Procedure: Word Study: The prefix non- nonstop nonsmoking nonnegotiable( fixed) nonrefundable nonprofit( bat vu loi, ko vi loi nhuan) nonalcoholic/ nonfat nonrenewable nonviolent Grammar: Information questions: - We often begin our questions with one of these six Wh- words to find out information about something. When? Time When did you go to bed last night? Where? Place Where is your hometown? Who? Person Who is the composer of Uot Mi? Why? Reason Why are you late? How? Manner How do you go to school? What? Object/ Idea/ Action What is your favorite music style? - Other words can also be used to inquire about specific information. - Which one? - Whose? - Whom? - How much - How many - How long - How often - How far - Choice of alternatives: Which book do you prefer? - Possession: Whose car is it? - Person( object) ( formal) Whom did you see? - Price/ amount : How much does it cost? - Quality ( count) : How many students are there in your class? - Duration: How long does it take you from Ha Long to Ha Noi? - Frequency: How often do you go out in the evening? - Distance: How far is it from here to the nearest bank? - Wh- word can be used to asked about the subject or the predicate( object, or adverb ( time, place, manner)) of the sentence: + Object: ( no inversion) Someone has my baseball Who has my baseball? Something is bothering me What is bothering you? + Predicate: ( inversion between auxiliary and subject) He is doing his homework What is he doing? The meeting was at 8 a.m When was the meeting? It is/ was…………….that……. : - We use It is/ was…………….that……. to emphasize Eg: It was not until he went to school that he knew how to read It was her carelessness that she failed in the examination. Practice: 1. Information questions: 2. Who was one of Vietnam’s greatest composers that wrote many great patriotic songs such as Len Dang, Hon Tu Si, and Lanh Tu Ca? 3. When was Van Cao’s Tien Quan ca adopted as the national anthem of the Democratic Republic of Viet Nam? 4. How many songs did Trinh Cong Son write in his life time? 5. Where is the keynote composer sitting? 6. Why do you love revolutionary songs? 7. What is the one thing that various music types have in common? 8. How did you all feel when your former homeroom teacher sand Con Doung Den Troung at your yearly class reunion? 2. It is/ was…………….that……. 2. In Papa, it was not until their mother had passed away that the children came to actually understand their father’s love for her. 3. It was not until Elvis Presley had left the army that his popularity really came to its height. 4. It was not until the 1930s that the electric guitar was developed for popular music. 5. It was not until their performance on the Ed Sullivan Show that the Beatles started to be internationally known. 6. It was not until the homecoming last year that he had a chance to visit his beloved Phan Boi Chau High School. Production: Ps make up their own sentences using the structure that they have learnt Homework : In work book Self evaluation: ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… Unit 12: Music Period 7: Language Focus Aims: Students listen to the songs and fill in the missing information. Students know more about the names of some singers and names of the songs as well as their composers. Materials: Textbook, whiteboard markers, cassettes… Procedure: Teacher Students Pre- Listening: Find the songs tittles, names of artists- composers and/or singer- and music types. Song titles Artist’s name Music Type Auld Lang Syne Blowin’ in the Wind Clementine Heal The World Hello Elvis Son Blues Classical Country Folk Pop rock

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