Bài giảng unit 9 undersea world

A. The whale are blowing water up

B. Why are they doing it?

C. ‘Cause they’re exhaling( boc len toa ra) air through their blowhole( lo phun nouc)

3.

C. Workers are cleaning up the beach

D. How come they are doing it?

C. Because an oil-slick (vet loang dau mat nouc) made the beach dirty

4.

A. An environmentalist is burying sea eggs in the sand.

B. How come?

A. ‘ Cause he wants to protect these from being eaten by other animals.

5.

A. A lot of fish died ( are dying)

B. Why did they die ( are they dying) ?

Because of polluted sea water.

 

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Unit 9: Undersea world Period 1 +2 : Reading Aims: Ps understand the reading text and through the reading text the students understand and know how to use the new words correctly Discussion of the relating topics Widen their knowledge and vocabularies about the natural world Materials: Textbook, whiteboard markers, Cassettes… Procedure: Teacher Students Warmer: Ps close the book and write down all the words they know about the undersea living things The group with the most words will become the winner Ex: Shark, dolphin, whale, …… - Group work Before reading: Match the pictures with the names of some creatures First Ps tell the Vietnamese names of those animals Then guess their English names by matching the names and the pictures 1-g: a humpback whale: ca voi gu 2- f: dolphin: /'dɔlfin/: ca heo 3- c: shark: ca map 4- e; a lobster: /'lɔbstə/: tom 5- h: sea turtle ; rua bien 6- a: sea horse : ca ngua 7- d: a crab : cua 8- b: a star fish : sao bien - Read the words in chorus. b. Discussion: Which of them are in danger and need to be protected now? Whales and sea turtles are in danger and need to be protected. Because people’s hunting and killing them. - Teacher provide some more information relating to sea turtles and whale for students - How can we protect the marine animals? Protect the living environment of the animals Take animals into the artificial environment Stricter law Raise people’s awareness of protecting the animals undersea c. Pre- teach new words: - dolphin: /'dɔlfin/: ca heo - warm- blooded mammals: /'mæml/: thu co vu mau nong - shipwreck / '∫iprek /: dam tau - take part in: participate in : join in - syndrome /'sindrəm/: hoi chung - medical treatment: chua tri ve y te - positive – negative - caution; than trong - to beg for; cau xin, van xin - natural habitat : moi troung song thien nhien Pair work Group work discussion Take note Listen and repeat While-reading: The following statements can be true or false. Check the appropriate boxes. Then correct the false statements. 1.T 2. F: Dolphins are fascinating animals because they help people in difficulty. 3.T 4. F: besides using medicine, patients playing with dolphin may get better. 5. F: Frequent contact with people is not good for dolphins because they may lose their natural habits of protecting themselves from danger so as to survive in the wild. 6. F: Dolphins are friendly, but they may bite people when they are disturbed. Answer the following questions: They helped fishermen in fishing or rescued shipwreck victims. Its purpose is to help people with health problems improve their life quality and strengthen their spirit. After the program, patients with Down’s syndrome feel more positive, lean new behaviors, and communicate better with other people. Dolphin can get angry and dangerous when they are disturbed Because id taken of their natural habitat, dolphins may lose their habits of protecting themselves and may lose their fear of humans Find the words and expressions with the meanings provided: mammals take the easy way out disturb contact bite the hands that feed them caution In dividual work Pair work Pair work Post- reading: Discussion: Training dolphins to perform in the circus? Agree or disagree? Group work Homework: - Write a paragraph of 100 words: How to protect the undersea animals? - Exercise in workbook Unit 9: Undersea world Period 3: Listening Aims: - Listen to a song and then fill in the blank the missing words Materials: Textbook, whiteboard markers, Cassettes… Procedure Warmer: Pre- listening: Look at the picture and guess what is the man doing in the picture? The fisherman use harpoons and harpoon guns to kill ( catch) whales and other big fish. - Pair work While- listening: Teacher gives some more information about the song. What does the phrase “the world’s last whale” imply? - The number of whales are reducing because of hunting. What can the song about? Whales are in danger of extinction if people don’t stop catching them. This song tells people about their fate. Ps listen to the tape and fill in the blank the missing words. Teacher play the tape 3 times spring recorder singing heart harpoons death feel save Group discussion Individual work Post- listening: Discuss in group: Spoken by the songwriter: section: 1,2,3,5,6 Spoken by the whale: section: 4 2. This song is sad with its slow and sad tune. Its lyrics reveal the sufferings whales have to endure. Group discussion Homework: IV. Self evaluation: …. …. ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… Unit 9: Undersea world Period 4: Speaking Asking for and Giving reasons or explanation Aims: Ps know some useful expressions about asking for and giving reasons or explanation Use them in conversations Materials: Textbook, whiteboard markers, Cassettes… Procedure Teacher Students Warmer: Pre- speaking: Some useful expressions: Questions: Why…..? How come you shouldn’t disturb wild dolphins? Responses: because, cos, cause, because of, the reason is that, this can be put down to…., this can be explained…. Take notes Share the ideas While- listening: a. Ss find more information to fill in the blank and Activities Why? Why not? To eat sea food Not fatty Good for one’s health Tasty and delicious Allergic to sea food Lots of bone Expensive Smelly To fish with a fishing rod Character- building- patience Happy when catching a fish Reduce stress Boring Not want to hurt or kill fish Waste of time To keep goldfish as pets Very beautiful and clean Not noisy Not as lively as a dog or cat Waste time To explore the bottom of the sea Know more about sea life Practice swimming and diving Fear of water dangerous To go to the circus to sea dolphins’ performance Dolphins- intelligent and friendly Very cleaver Earn a lot of money Dangerous Dolphins- work too hard Cruel b. Work with a partner and then talk about these activities. Example: A. Do you like eating seafood? B. I do A. Why? B. Because it is not fatty. C. Do you like keeping goldfish as pets? D. No C. No? How come? D.’ Cos it’s a waste of time. c. Describe what is happening in each picture. 2. A. The whale are blowing water up B. Why are they doing it? C. ‘Cause they’re exhaling( boc len toa ra) air through their blowhole( lo phun nouc) 3. C. Workers are cleaning up the beach D. How come they are doing it? C. Because an oil-slick (vet loang dau mat nouc) made the beach dirty 4. A. An environmentalist is burying sea eggs in the sand. B. How come? A. ‘ Cause he wants to protect these from being eaten by other animals. 5. A. A lot of fish died ( are dying) B. Why did they die ( are they dying) ? Because of polluted sea water. - Group work - pair work Presentation - Pair work Post- speaking: Ask and give reasons for the situations Because he fell off a ladder while cleaning the window ‘Cause they didn’t learn the lessons well enough. ‘Cos I watched a soccer game on TV until 2 am and I had only 3 hours’ sleep after that. I got only 5 on the English test. Home work: IV. Self evaluation: …. …. ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… Unit 9: Undersea world Period 5 : Writing Invitations Aims: Students know the structure and languages in the letter of invitation and are able to write their own letter of invitation. Materials: Textbook, whiteboard markers, Cassettes… Procedure: Teacher Students Warmer: Pre- writing: a. Ps read the four letters and tell about the structure of a letter of invitation The reason for inviting Suggestions for suitable time and date Request for reply * Statements of invitations Informal: How about/ What about…..? / Let’s….., Why don’t you …? , Would you like to join us ..? , Do you feel like…? , Can you…? , Shall we…? Are you free…? Formal: I should/ would very much like you to…… Could you…..? It would be great pleasure if you could…. We would be very happy/ delighted to welcome you/ your visit… * Request for reply: - Give/ Tell me the time if you can come - Call me so that I can confirm the tine and place for….. Fill in the table with the suitable information Letter 1 Letter 2 Letter 3 Letter 4 Reason for invitation Going to the movies Going to Tri Nguyen Aquarium /ə'kweəriəm/ Ann and John are passing through To welcome back Pro. Ali Statements of invitation+ suggestions of time date and place. - How about going to the movies to night? - at the Diamond Plaza - Do you feel like joining us? - this Saturday - can you come to dinner on Sunday? - I should very much like you, as our advisor, to join us. - The date I have in mind is June 20 - at the Swiss Cafe Request for reply - Give me a call - Phone me to confirm - Leave me a note before Saturday. Would this be suitable for you. Combine the fragments below to from two letters of invitation. Which one is informal? Which one is formal? Letter 1 ( Informal) Short, incomplete sentences (sorry we’re been out of touch…, so we all can go…. Informal expressions, shortened forms (we’re, it’d, you’ll, with love, just drop us a line…) 2-6-4-7-3-1-5 Letter 2 ( More formal) Complete sentences, full forms Modal auxiliaries to show politeness ( can, could) Formal expressions (Yours sincerely, Could you please, In view of…) 3-2-5-1-4-7-6 Group discussion Take note and share the ideas pair work - Pair work While- writing: Which is more formal? Ss base on the three points of an invitation letter to write Suggested answer: Formal invitation letter: Dear Mr. Dean Brown, We know that you are an enthusiastic wildlife protection activist who is famous for many moving speeches about endangered animals. We should like to invite you, as Chair of the Green Peace Association, to talk to the students in our school about how to protect endangered sea animals. The date we have in mind is February 25. Please let us know if this is convenient for you. Yours sincerely, Nguyen Van Tu Secretary of the Youth league of Hung Vuong High School Informal invitation letter: Dear Carol, I stop by to let you know that my class has a very interesting plan. We’ll clean the beach near our school this Sunday morning. Do you feel like joining us? I’m sure you’ll have more Vietnamese friends here. Phone me to confirm. I’ll be home after 5 p.m Lan Individual work Post- writing - Correction and evaluation Homework: Nam invites his friend- Lam, who is now living in a different town to spend a weekend with him. Help Nam to write a letter, using the cues below. IV. Self evaluation: …. ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… Unit 9: Undersea world Period 6 + 7: Language Focus Aims: By the end of the lesson, Ss will be able to: Formation of compound adjectives Distinguish Restrictive relative and non-restrictive Relative Clause. Revision of the passive voice. Materials: Textbook, whiteboard markers, Cassettes… Procedure: Teacher Students Warmer/ Revision Word Study : Formation of compound adjective a. Presentation: Ss recall some kinds of some ways to form compound adjectives that they know. Compound adjective = Adjective + Noun + ed Eg: bad –tempered, blue- eyed, long-necked, empty-headed, cold-hearted I have a bad temper. You are a bad-tempered person Alice has blue eyes. Alice is a blue-eyed girl. - Ss can make more sentences with the compound adjective b. Practice: 1. warm-blood, 2. fair-haired 3. bad-tempered 4. blue-eyed 5. long-necked 6, empty-headed 7. cold-hearted 3. Grammar: 3.1 : Relative clauses: Restrictive and Non-Restrictive Relative Clauses: a. Presentation: - Teacher gives two examples: My dog which is black and white is named GYP.(1) My dog, which is black and white, is named GYP.(2) In the first sentence the man has many dogs and he is talking about the black and white dog named GYP In the second sentence the man has only one dog. The color and its name is mentioned is to add some further information. Restrictive relative Clause Non-restrictive Relative Clause Restrictive relative clause: describe the preceding noun in such a way as to distinguish it from other noun of the same class. A clause of this type is essential to the clear understanding of the noun. Restrictive relative clause: Is placed after nouns which are definite already. They do not therefore define the noun, but merely ass something to it by giving more information about it. Can be omitted Separated by commas That cannot be used Noun must be definite. 3.2 : Revision of the passive voice Make sentences Practice: Relative clause: Restrictive: Chinese people have a very special kind of soup that/ which is made from shark’s fin A lot of fish that/ which live in the polluted sea die every day We have a new teacher that/ who(m) I really like Many people that/ who eat puffer fish, a very poisonous species, get sick or die every year. She’ll tell you a story that/which will surprise you. Non-Restrictive: 1b, 2e, 3d, 4a, 5c The passive voice: The garage is cleaned everyday Hundreds of sea turtle eggs have been found and buried today Why aren’t dolphins classified as fish? Tons of selfish were exported to Japan last year. Lots of junk mail is sent to our office everyday, which really annoys us. Are dolphins’ lives affected by contact with people? Further practice : In handouts Homework: In work book IV. Self evaluation: …. …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

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