Giáo án Tiếng Anh 10 Unit 10: Conservation - Listening

Unit 10: Conservation

LISTENING

Task 1: Listen and tick () the sentences you hear.

1. □ A. Have you ever seen a forest destroyed by fire?

□ B. Have you ever seen a forest fire?

2. □ A. A great forest fire spreads quickly.

□ B. A great forest fire is an awful thing to see.

3. □ A. They are very dry then.

□ B. Woods and forests are really dry then.

 

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Theme: Conservation Unit: 10 LISTENING General aims/ focus Objectives: By the end of the lesson, student will be able to Raise awareness about forest fire and avoid causing forest fire Expand their vocabularies concerning conservation Enhance listening skill through tasks and practice Language Vocabulary: forester, campfire, valuable, awful, a heap of leaves, put out, Skills: Main skill: Listening Sub-skills: Writing, Speaking and Reading Methods: Integrated, mainly communicative Teaching aid: hand-outs, videos, pictures, presentation Procedure Teacher’s Activities Content Students’ Activities A. Warm-up (4 mins.) - T. shows pictures of forest fire - T. has ss work in groups and discuss - T. has some ss give the answer Given questions: a. How destructive can a forest fire be? b. What can cause a forest fire? à a. It can burn trees, crops; destroy people and animal habitats à b. Fire from camping, cigarette butts, matches, lightning or heat from sun - Ss work in groups and discuss - Ss give the answer B. Pre-listening (10 mins.) - T. provides Ss the vocabularies and examples - T. has Ss elicit the meaning and practice saying the words individually and chorally. New words and expressions - forest (n): where you can see trees and wild animals à forester (n) /ˈfɒrɪstə(r)/: a person who works in a forest, takes care of the trees and plants new ones. - awful (adj) /ˈɔːfl/: horrible, very bad and unpleasant - heap (n) /hiːp/: a large untidy pile of something à a heap of leaves (n) - spread (v) /spred/: to move to other places very quickly - leave somebody/something doing something - put out (phr. verb): to stop something from burning - Ss elicit the meaning by pictures, realia or answering simple questions. - Ss say the word chorally and individually - Ss take note the vocabularies C. While-listening (21 mins) Task 1 (5 mins) - T. has ss read the content in the task and has ss listen for the first time - T. has ss go to the board and give the answer - T. has ss listen again and check with the whole class. Task 1: Listen and tick (✓) the sentences you hear. □ A. Have you ever seen a forest destroyed by fire? □ B. Have you ever seen a forest fire? □ A. A great forest fire spreads quickly. □ B. A great forest fire is an awful thing to see. □ A. They are very dry then. □ B. Woods and forests are really dry then. Answer: 1. A 2. B 3. A - Ss read the content in the task - Ss listen and do the task - Some ss give the answer - Ss listen again and note the answer Task 2 (8 mins) - T. has Ss work in groups, read the words carefully, listen and do the task for the first time. - T. has ss give answers and listen again to check. - T. correct with the whole class Task 2: Listen and choose the suitable words. summer cut out earth heap spreads greatest dirt careless put out winter Have you ever seen a forest destroyed by fire? A great forest fire is an awful thing to see. Once a fire has started, it spreads quickly. Foresters say that late summer is the season when fire is the greatest danger to woods, and they will not allow anyone to go into the forests. If people leave a campfire burning near a heap of leaves, this often causes a forest fire. Campers must always remember to put out their campfire and cover the place with earth. Anyone careless enough to start a forest fire has done something, which makes life more difficult for all of us. - Ss read the content in the task - Ss listen and do the task - Some ss give the answer - Ss listen again and note the answer Task 3 (8 mins) - T. has Ss work in pairs, listen and do task 3. - T. has some Ss give answers to the questions - T. has ss listen again and check - T. corrects the task with the whole class. Task 3: Underline the keywords. Listen and choose whether it is True (T) or False (F) 1. Once a fire has started, it takes time to spread. 2. In late autumn, forests may easily catch fire. 3. Campers must use earth to put out their campfires completely. 4. A forest fire may make life more difficult for all of us. 5. It is the duty of every forester to take care not to start a forest fire. Answer : 1. F 2. F 3. T 4. T 5. T - Ss work in pairs and read the content in the task - Ss listen and do the task - Some ss give the answer - Ss listen again and check the answer D. Post-listening (10 mins) - T. shows a video about forest fire - T. has ss work in groups and do the task. - T has two groups talk share their ideas Discussion Make a list about 3 things we must and must not do to avoid forest fire. Example: Must Must not - put out fire before leaving campsite - cover fire with earth - use fuel or flammable liquid carefully - leave fire near dry leaves - leave fire unattended - throw cigarette butt or matches (any acceptable answers) - Ss watch a video and work in groups - Two groups will talk about their opinions. E. Homework (1 mins) - T. has ss to review the new words - Prepare the Writing section - Ss take note the homework Name: _______________ Class: _____________ Unit 10: Conservation LISTENING I. Before you listen Discussion a. How destructive can a forest fire be? _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ b. What may cause a forest fire? (Nature and human) _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ Vocabularies - forester (n) /ˈfɒrɪstə(r)/: a person _____________________________________________________ - awful (adj) /ˈɔːfl/: _________________________________________________________________ - heap (n) /hiːp/: ___________________________________________________________________ à a heap of leaves (n) - spread (v) /spred/: ________________________________________________________________ - leave somebody/something doing something Example: ________________________________________________________________________ - put out (phr. verb): ________________________________________________________________ Unit 10: Conservation LISTENING Task 1: Listen and tick (✓) the sentences you hear. □ A. Have you ever seen a forest destroyed by fire? □ B. Have you ever seen a forest fire? □ A. A great forest fire spreads quickly. □ B. A great forest fire is an awful thing to see. □ A. They are very dry then. □ B. Woods and forests are really dry then. Task 2: Listen and choose the suitable words. summer cut out earth heap spreads greatest dirt careless put out winter Have you ever seen a forest destroyed by fire? A great forest fire is an awful thing to see. Once a fire has started, it ______________ quickly. Foresters say that late _______________ is the season when fire is the ________________ danger to woods, and they will not allow anyone to go into the forests. If people leave a campfire burning near a ________ of leaves, this often causes a forest fire. Campers must always remember to __________ their campfire and cover the place with ___________. Anyone ___________ enough to start a forest fire has done something, which makes life more difficult for all of us. Task 3: Underline the keywords. Listen and choose whether it is True (T) or False(F) True False 1. Once a fire has started, it takes time to spread. _________________________________________________________ 2. In late autumn, forests may easily catch fire. _________________________________________________________ 3. Campers must use earth to put out their campfires completely. _________________________________________________________ 4. A forest fire may make life more difficult for all of us. _________________________________________________________ 5. It is the duty of every forester to take care not to start a forest fire. _________________________________________________________ Discussion Make a list about 3 things we MUST and MUST NOT do to avoid forest fire. Must Must not

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