Giáo án Anh 11 - Unit 7: World Population

Questions :

1. What is the topic of the chart?

2. How many regions are there?

3. Which continent has the largest population

4. Which continent has the smallest population?

5. Is the population of Europe larger or smaller than Africa?

Expected answer :

1. The distribution of world population

2. There are 7 regions

3. South Asia

4. Oceania

5. large

Sentences :

1. North America is home to 514 million ( 8%)

2. Asia accounts for over 60% of the world population with almost 3.8 billion people

3. Europe’s 710 million make up 11% of the world’s population

4. Africa follows with 840million people , 12% of the world population

5. The chart shows the distribution of world population in 2005

6. Generally, the world population is distributed unevenly through regions

7. China and India alone comprise 20% and 16% respectively

Expected answer :

5-6-2-7-4-3-1

 

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Unit 7 : WORLD POPULATION Lesson 1 : Reading I. Aims : By the end of the lesson students can - guess the meaning of words based on contexts - scan for specific information II. Method: - Communicative approach III. Skills : Integrated skills (Especially reading) IV. teaching aids : pictures of some competition V. Teaching stages : Stages Activities Content Warm-up 6’ T gives the the number and asks sts to read T asks Sts discuss in pairs and answer T gives the correct answer T asks some more questions Sts answer T leads in the lesson * Numbers: 10.000.000 300.000.000 625.000.000 1.300.000.000 2.510.000.000 4.760.000.000 6.600.000.000 7.000.000.000 T: What do these numbers tell you about ? Sts : … T: The world population. What do you think about it ? Sts : It is increasing so fast. T : How fast is it ? Sts : Faster and faster. T : The population of the world has been increasing faster and faster. Is that good or bad ? What should we do ? Before you read 13’ 1) Describing the pictures in the tex book: T asks sts to look at the pictures in the book to describe them Sts answer the questions given in pairs. T goes over the answers with the class. 2) Pre-teaching vocabulary: T introduces the lesson T explains the words T can asks sts to give the meaning if they can or use the antonym, explanation , situation and give examples to explain T asks sts to repeat the words in group and in individual T corrects if they have mistakes in reading * Vocabulary : - B.C ( before Christ) tröôùc CN =/= A.D - Third World : caùc nöôùc chaäm phaùt trieån - available (a) coù sẵn - decrease (v) giaûm xuoáng While you read 17’ Task 1 : Gap- filling: T asks sts to fill in the blank with a suitable word ( change the form of the word and use the dictionary when necessary ) Sts refer to the text for the difficult words. T moves around to give help. T goes over the answer with the sts. Task 2: Ask and answer the questions. -Sts work in individual then compare with other. - T calls on some Ss to give their answer and ask them to explain their choices. -T elicits feedback from other Ss and gives the correct answers: Task 1 : Gap- filling Expected answer : 1. although 2. method 3. increase 4. resources 5. figures 6. limit 7. international 8. control Task 2 : Expected answer : 1. The population of the world in 10,000 B.C was 10 million; in 1750 it was 625 million; in 1850 it was 1300 million, in 1950 it was 2510 million; in 1985 it was 4760 million; in 2000 it was 6.6 billion. (paragraph1). 2. By the year 2015, the population of the world is expected (last line, paragraph 1) 3. Some scientists say it can, but others say it can’t .( line 2-4, paragraph 2) 4. No, they don’t. ( Line 2-3, paragraph 3) 5. Because they know of no safe way to have fewer children. ( Line 4-5, paragraph 3) After you read 7’ T asks sts the question Sts work in group T goes around and helps them T checks Question: “ Do you think the large in population a country is, the stronger it is ? Explain why or why not?” Homework 2’ T asks sts to prepare for the next period Write five reasons why we shouldn’t have more children Prepare “ speaking” Unit 7 : WORLD POPULATION Lesson 1 : SPEAKING I. Aims : By the end of the lesson , students can give their opinions about the causes and the problems facing over populous countries. II. Method: - Communicative approach III. Skills : Integrated skills (Especially speaking) IV. teaching aids : text books, black board. V. Teaching stages : Stages Activities Content Warm-up 6’ T asks some questions Sts answer by giving their own opinion T uses the answer to introduce the lesson Questions : 1. How many children do your parents have ? 2. Do you want to have more or fewer ? Why? 3. Do you know any families that have more than 10 children nowadays? 4. According to you , what are the causes to population explosion? Before you speak 9’ T introduces the lesson T asks sts to read the causes to population explosion in the text book to see how much of their ideas is similar to the opinions given. T lets sts put them in order of importance and explains why Sts work in pairs T moves around Some sts pairs to explain their priority T gives comments then introdusec to sts some ways to give opinion, agreement and disagreement * Giving opinion: In my opinion ………………… As for me ………………… As far as I’m concerned …………………… From my point of view, I think ……………… It would seem/ appear to me that ………… Not use : According to me While you speak 17’ T asks sts to work in pairs Sts discuss the problems facing poor and over populated countries by combining the vocabulary in the useful language T encourage sts to think of more problems to add to their list. T goes around and helps them T asks sts to reprot their results to the class in front of the class Others correct T declares the best pair T asks sts to work in group of 4 Sts give the solution of the problems they give in activity 1 Each group choose the secretary the record the other ‘s ideas T goes around and helps them T ask sts to express their group’s task T remarks after they finish their work Activity 1 : ( page 83) Ex : Poor living condition Low living standard Not enough / expensive food Lack/ shortage of schools, hospitals , teachers Activity 2 : ( page 83 ) Useful language : Raise : an awareness of the problems of overpopulation/ living standard Exercise / implement : reward and punishment policies Carry out : population education programmes/ family planning programmes Use : birth control methods After you speak 11’ T asks sts to discuss in group T move around and helps them Sts give their group’s ideas Talk about the problems of overpopulation and offer solution Homework 2’ T asks sts to prepare for the next period Learn by heart the expression in the book Prepare “ listening” Unit 7 : WORLD POPULATION Lesson 3 : LISTENING I. Aims : By the end of the lesson, students can develop such listening micro-skills as extensive listening for specific information and summarize while listening. II. Method: - Communicative approach III. Skills : Integrated skills (Especially listening) IV. Teaching aids : handouts , textbook III. Teaching stages : Stages Activities Content Warm-up 5’ T asks sts to work in group and find out ten countries which are the largest population in the world Sts discuss and give the answer T lets sts give their group’s answer Sts work Before you listen 10’ T gives questions Sts work in pair and discuss the answer T calls on sts to present their answer T asks others to add more ideas T asks sts to repeat the words Questions: 1. do you think that our world is overpopulation? 2. Do you think that the Third World has high population density? 3. What continent has the largest population? While you listen 17’ Task1: T asks sts to read the sentences in task 1 T explains the situation T lets sts listen twice T asks Ss to exchange their answers with their partners T asks Ss to give their answer and Others to give their remarks. T check the answer T lets sts listen once more and pauses at the answer. Task2: T asks Ss to read and explain task2 T checks if Ss can answer the questions in Task2 without listenning again. T asks Ss o read through all the questions. T lets sts listen again . Sts note the answer . T asks sts to discuss in group Sts discuss and give the full answer T asks some sts to answer loudly Others remark and correct T checks Task 1 : 1.A 2.D 3.C 4.D 5.A 6.C Task 2 : 1. according th experts, by the year 2015 the population of the world will be over 7 billion 2. He said that the population growth rates in some parts of the world are not the same. The population grows more quickly in some parts of the world than others. 3. According to the expert, the lesson for a fall in the death rates is the improvement of public health services and medical care 4. The problems population explosion causes to the world particular to developing countries are shortage of food, lack of hospital and school, illiteracy and poor living conditions. After you listen 11’ T asks sts to work in group of 4 Sts discuss and summarize the listening text T can give some questions to lead them to the content of the text Questions : 1. What is the interview about? 2. What did the expert say about the population of the world, the causes of population explosion, the problems it causes to the world, particularly to developing countries , and the solutions to the problems? Homework 2’ T asks sts to prepare for the next period Do the exercise again Prepare “ Unit 7 : WORLD POPULATION Lesson 4 : WRITING I. Aims : By the end of the lesson, students will be able to read and describe the information in a chart. II. Method: - Communicative approach III. Skills : Integrated skills (Especially listening) IV. Teaching aids : handouts , cards. V. teaching stages : Stages Activities Content Warm-up 5’ T asks sts to give the continents in the world Before you write 10’ T ask some questions about the chart Sts discuss in pairs the answer Sts answer aloud T gives the sentences and asks sts to order them Sts discuss in pairs and put them in logical order ( base on the chart) Questions : What is the topic of the chart? How many regions are there? Which continent has the largest population Which continent has the smallest population? Is the population of Europe larger or smaller than Africa? Expected answer : The distribution of world population There are 7 regions South Asia Oceania large Sentences : 1. North America is home to 514 million ( 8%) 2. Asia accounts for over 60% of the world population with almost 3.8 billion people 3. Europe’s 710 million make up 11% of the world’s population 4. Africa follows with 840million people , 12% of the world population 5. The chart shows the distribution of world population in 2005 6. Generally, the world population is distributed unevenly through regions 7. China and India alone comprise 20% and 16% respectively Expected answer : 5-6-2-7-4-3-1 While you write 20’ T asks sts to write a paragraph of 100-120 words describing the information in the chart, base on the analysis of the chart above Sts can use the useful language T lets sts work in pairs and correct each other’s writing T move around and helps them if necessary Students’ work After you write 8’ T calls on some sts to go and copy their writing on the board Sts give comments T give feedback and comments Homework 2’ T asks sts to prepare for the next period Write the paragraph again Prepare “ language focus”5 Unit 7 : WORLD POPULATION Lesson 5 : Language focus I. Aims : By the end of the lesson, students can: - distinguish the sounds /kl/, /kr/, /gr/ and /kw/ - pronounce the words and sentences containing these sounds correctly - use conditionaltype 1,2,3 and conditional in reported speech appropriately. II. Method: - Communicative approach III. Skills : Integrated skills . II. Teaching aids : handouts, CD player… III Teaching stages : Stages Activities Content Warm-up 5’ T divides the class into two groups ,group1 write the condition clause, group 2 write the main clause Ss work. Pronunciation 7’ -T models three clusters /kl/, /kr/, /gr/ and /kw/ for a few times and explains how to produce them. E.g: When producing /kl/, Ss should produce /k/ first and then quickly switch to /l/, and so on. T reads the words and asks sts to listen T reads the words again and asks sts to repeat T calls on some student to read aloud the words. T asks sts to work in pairs to practise reading the diologue T makes correction.T asks sts to repeat the sound, words and sentences in group and in individuals T helps them correct 1.Listen and repeat: /kl/ / gl/ /kr/ /gr/ /kw/ Clean glean crowd grow quarrel Class glass cranky green quarter Claim struggle crash grouping quality Quickly ugly creature ground queen 2. Practice reading aloud this dialogue: A: Didn’t you go to the criket club? B: Yes, I did go to the criket claub. A:Was it crowded? B: Quite crowded. A: Was Greg there? B: Greg was there, yes. And Robert Queen was there, too. A: Does Robert Queen like cricket? B: No, he doesn’t. He quarrelled with Greg. He went to the pub and drank some glasses of beer. A: Oh dear! B: Mm. Shall I take your clothes to the ceaner’s? Grammar 32’ T explains the structures T can gives some examples or asks sts to make sentences T gives some examples then explains the grammartical points T can ask sts to remark and give the structures Exercise 1: T asks sts to do exercise 1 individually and then compare their answers with another student. T calls on some Ss to go to the board to write down their answers. T asks other Ss to feedback and give correct answers. Task 2 Sts work in pair and discuss the answer T asks sts to give the answer aloud T checks. Task3: T asks sts to do the exercise 3 ( page 89) Sts do in groups Sts write on the board Others remark and correct T checks. * Conditional sentences : Type If clause Main clause 1. real Simple present will/ can/ shall/ may + bare - inf 2. Unreal in present Simple past Were V2 / ed would / could / sould/ might + bare – inf 3. Unreal in past Past perfect Had + P.P Would/ could / should / might + have + P.P Ex: If I have time, I will meet you. If I had money now , I would buy a car. If you had met her, she would have been happy. * Conditional in reported speech : Ex : She said that if she had time she would meet me. She said that if she had time she would meet me. She said that if she had had time she would have met me. * Note : -When the verb in the main clause is in the past tense, we usually have to change pronouns, some words. -When the direct speech is a conditional sentence, we have to change the tense in type 1 Practice : Exercise 1 : 1. would drive 2. could 3. is 4. will take 5. closed 6. will come Exercise 2 : 1. had been told 2. had realized 3. wouldn’t have been 4. would have bought 5. had studied Exercise 3 : 1. The man said to her he would come to see her if he had time. 2. He asked her what she wuld say if someone stopped on her feet. 3. They said to me if it didn’t rain they would go out with me. 4. The man said the women what she would do if she were a billionaire 5. The man said to me if I had asked him he would have lent me his motorbike. 6. The man said to his daughter they would be very disappointed if she did not come. Homework 1’ T asks sts to prepare for the next period * Finish the sentences by adding a clause : 1. If I had a camera , _________________ 2. ________, you’d have enjoyed it. 3. If you are joking, _______________ 4. If we drove through the town center, __________ * Prepare Unit 8 “ reading”

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