Lesson 1: reading (a day in the life of ….)

Have you ever shared or talked about your favorite books with your

friends? If you join a book club, you’ll have very rewarding

experience. By reading and discussing good books with your friends

or classmates, you can go into the depth of the books and find them

more interesting. When you are scheduled to attend the club regularly,

you can’t say that you are too busy to sit down with a book. Some

students become more confident by leading a discussion or making a

book report before an audience. Besides, being a member of a book

club, you’ll have the chance to make new friends.

In order for your club work effectively, it should be small enough so

that even shy people can have a chance to express their ideas.

However, the club has to be big enough in order to have a variety of

viewpoints about the content of the books. A mixture of age groups,

sexes, and cultural backgrounds is preferred. This heterogeneous

group will provide livelier and more various discussions. The book

club could specialize in one or more subjects, depending on the taste

of its members.

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t Office a professor Interests: science Date of death: April 18th, 1955 Place of death: the USA  Task 3. Work in groups. Write a paragraph about Linda Pascal. Name: Linda Pascal Mr. / Ms Date of birth: 1973 Place of birth: California, the USA Education: School attended: University of California. Exams passed: Master of Bachelor in 2002. Jobs: a sales manager for her uncle’s trading company. a house manager of Stevenson Hotel. Interests: an ambitious businesswoman. Key: Linda Pascal was born in 1973 in California, the USA. She got a Master of Bachelor of Arts from University of California in 2002. After working as a sales manager for her uncle’s trading company, she got a job as a house manager of Stevenson Hotel. She is an ambitious businesswoman. She loves her present job very much.  Task 4. Exhibition. Stick some finished paper on the board. -asks Ss to write about linda Pascal’s background. -exhibit some paper on the board. -in groups, write about linda Pascal’s background. -go around and read to compare. LESSON 6: THE PAST SIMPLE, THE PAST PERFECT AND THE PRESENT PERFECT Aim: By the end of the lesson, Students will be able to review and use the past simple, the past perfect and the present perfect. Teaching aids: lesson plan, handouts, paper, blackboard. Procedure: T Stages and contents T’s activities Ss’ activities I. The Past Perfect Tense 1. Form - Affirmative: S + had + V3/ed…. - Negative: S + had + not + V3/ed….. - Interrogative: Had + S + V3/ed….? 2. Use a. Din t mt hành ng xy ra tr c mt thi im trong quá kh. Ex: By the end of last month, she had made 4 skirts. b. Din t mt hành ng xy ra và hoàn thành tr c mt hành ng khác trong quá kh (before, after, by the time, when). Hành ng xy ra tr c dùng thì Past Perfect, hành ng xy ra sau dùng thì Past Simple. Ex: - After Nam had done his homework, he went to bed. - They had lived in Dong Thap before they moved to HCM City. -reviews the form, the use of the past simple, past perfect and the present perfect. -look at, listen and answer the T’s questions.            II. The Present Perfect Tense 1. Form - Affirmative: S + has/have +V3/ed…. - Negative: S + has/have + not + V3/ed….. - Interrogative: Has/Have + S + V3/ed….? 2. Use a. Din t mt hành ng xy ra trong quá kh và kéo dài n hin ti (never, ever, not…yet, since, for, so far, until now, up to now,…….) Ex: We have learnt English for 5 years. b. Din t mt hành ng v a mi xy ra (just, recently, lately). Ex: She has just gone out. c. Din t mt hành ng xy ra trong quá kh không xác nh rõ thi gian (already, before) Ex: Have you seen this movie before? 3. Notes a. Cách dùng ca since và for - SINCE: ch mc thi gian (2000, September, I last saw you, …) - FOR: ch khong thi gian (3 months, a long time, ages, …) b. S + has/have +V3/ed…… since + S + V2/ed…. Ex: We have known each other since we worked in this factory. c. Các trng t : never, ever, just, already th ng ng gia tr ng t (has/ have) và ng t chính (V3/ed). Ex: I have already finished my homework. EXERCISES Put the verbs in parentheses into the correct tense: 1. John (write)________________ his report last night. 2. After John (wash)_____________ his clothes, he began to study. 3. Tim (go)____________ to France last year. 4. Guillermo (call)_____________ his employer yesterday. 5. Jane sent a letter to his university after she (receive) ___________ her scholarship check. 6. The plane (flip)_________ ten times before it landed on its roof. 7. What you (do)______________ last weekend? 8. Mr. and Mrs. Ba (take)__________ some beautiful photos a few days ago. 9. Her brother (talk)_______________ to his pen pal on the phone at the moment. 10. They (not contact)_____________ to each other for a long time. 11. Nothing (be)______________ done since I moved here. 12. I used to walk to school when I (be)_______________ in primary school. 13. Lan (drink)_____________ two bottles of water every day. 14. Lan (be)__________ a Vietnamese student. She (be) ___________ born in Ho Chi Minh City. She (go)______________ abroad last year to study English. She (learn)______________ French before she began to study English. She (make) _____________ great progress since she (get)______________ there. Next month, she will take the final exam. She (be) _____________ able to get a good job when she (return) _____________ to Vietnam. -gets Ss to do the exercises. -gets feedback on the answers. 1. wrote 2.had washed 3. went 4. called 5. had received 6. had flip 7. did you do 8. took 9. is talking 10. have not contacted 11. has been 12. was 13. drinks 14. is/ was/ went/ had learnt (learned) / has made/ got/ will be/ returns            LESSON 7: READING (SPECIAL EDUCATION) Aim: By the end of the lesson, Students will be able to read a letter of a disabled child. Teaching aids: lesson plan, handouts, posters. Procedure: T Stages and contents T’s activities Ss’ activities  Task 1. Work in groups. Find the words about the topic “SCHOOL”. S C H O O L U E T C F R I E N D U N L B O I D P D T E A C H E R E E S G S N S Z N U S A N S K P T B O O K E O F S U N B O A R D  Task 2. Compete Linh Lan’s letter to her parents with the words provided. Roman treats relatives months hear voices Tet family newcomers helpful special grandma faces worry Braille Nguyen Dinh Chieu Special School for the Blind November 25, 2006 Dear Mom and Dad It has been four (1)____________ since I left home. Life in this (2) ____________ school has been all right as ever. I have many new friends now but I cannot see their (3)____________! I can only (4)____________ them through their (5)____________ . I have learned many things, especially (6) ____________. Now I can read and write in Braille. My homeroom teacher has helped me translate the letters into the (7)____________ alphabet so that you both can read them. I miss the whole (8)____________ very much but don’t (9)____________ about me. I’m doing all right. The letter you sent me was also read by my homeroom teacher. She is a nice teacher with a sweet voice, and she is very kind and (10)____________ to us, the (11) _____________ to this school. She (12)____________ us like her young brothers and sisters. I will come back home on the (13)_____________ holidays and stay with you all for ten days. I love you, Mom and Dad. Send my regards to our (14)_____________, and particularly, to (15) ___________. Tell her I love her and miss her, too. Love Linh Lan -has Ss find out the words from the wordsquare. -gets Ss to fill the missing words in the blanks of the letter. SCHOOL TEACHER BOOK FRIEND BOARD STUDENTS LESSON DESK BAG  CLASS  PEN (1) months (2) special (3) faces (4) hear (5) voices (6) Braille (7) Roman (8) family (9) worry (10) helpful (11) newcomers (12) treats (13) Tet (14) relatives (15) grandma  Task 3. Match the words or phrases in column A with those in column B. A B 1. Linh Lan has left home 2. She cannot see 3. Now she can read and write 4. Her teacher is 5. She will come back home 6. Linh Lan wants to send a. on the Tet holidays. b. Braille. c. for four months. d. a nice lady with a sweet voice. e. her regards to her relatives and grandma. f. her friends’ faces.  Task 4. Work in pairs. Now you a TV reporter. Interview Linh Lan. Ex: Interviewer: Where are you staying now? Linh Lan: At Nguyen Dinh Chieu Special School for the Blind. -gets Ss to match the phrases to makecomplete sentences. -asks Ss to interview their partner. 1. c 2. f 3. b 4. d 5. a 6. e -pairwork.            LESSON 8: WRITING (Write a letter of complaint) Aim: By the end of the lesson, Students will be able to write a letter of complaint. Teaching aids: lesson plan, handouts, paper. Procedure: T Stages and contents T’s activities Ss’ activities  Task 1. Work in groups. Match the outline of a letter of complain with the correct expressions. A B 1. Greetings 2. Purpose of the letter 3. Suggestions 4. Closing a. Dear……… b. Yours faithfully/ sincerely - Signature. c. I suggest that……….. I hope that……… d. I am writing to complain about……. I’d like to point out……….  Task 2. Order the four sections of a letter of complaint. A. Dear Sir/ Madam The Director of L & P Company 431 Le Loi Boulevard HCM City. B. Yours faithfully Tran Nhat Vu C. I am writing to complain about the short stop of your trucks around my house on their way to the North. The drivers have left lots of garbage on the ground after their refreshments. When the trucks leave the place, the ground is covered with trash. D. I would suggest that your company should tell the drivers to clear up all the trash on the ground before leaving.  Task 3. Write a letter to the principal to complain about some students using motorcycles to school. (the age, the noise they cause, the speed they ride…..)  Task 4. Work in pairs. Share and compare your letter. -gets Ss to match the outline with the correct expressions. -has ss put the 4 sections in the right order of a letter of complaint. -gets feedback on the order. -asks Ss to write a letter of complaint. -makes Ss swap and compare. 1. a 2. d 3. c 4. b 1. A 2. C 3. D 4. B -write the letter. -self-compare the letter. LESSON 9: READING (TECHNOLOGY AND YOU) Aim: By the end of the lesson, Students will be able to read the text about color television and papermaking. Teaching aids: lesson plan, handouts, pictures. Procedure: T Stages and contents T’s activities Ss’ activities  Task 1. Work in pairs. Put the dialogue in the correct order. 1._____ 2._____ 3._____ 4._____ 5._____ 6._____ 7._____ 8._____ 9._____ A. Oh, I see. And I have a question for you. Do you know when the color television was invented? B. It was invented by Peter Carl Goldmark. C. He was American. D. Your color television looks very nice. Is it new? E. What’s his nationality? F. I know this question. In 1950, wasn’t it? G. Yes. My father has just bought it. H. I’m sorry I don’t know. I. You’re right. And who invented it? -gets Ss to put the dialogue on the right order. 1. D 2. G 3. A 4. F 5. I 6. H 7. B 8. E 9. C             Task 2. Read the following passage and answer the questions below. Paper was invented by the Chinese in the first century A.D. The art of papermaking took 700 years to reach the Muslim world and another 700 years to get to Britain (via Spain, Southern France and Germany). Most paper is made from wood. When the trees are cut down, they are carried by land or water to paper mills. Here they are cut up and the wood is broken up into fibers, mixed with water and chemicals. This wood pulp is then dried up on a machine and made into paper. Papermaking is an important British industry, and paper from Britain is exported to South Africa, Australia and many other countries. Some of the wood used in British papermaking industry comes from trees grown in Britain, but wood is also imported from other countries such as Norway. One tree is needed for every 400 copies of a forty- page newspaper. If half of the adults in Britain buy one daily newspaper, this uses up over 40,000 trees a day. Trees are cut down faster than they can be replaced, so there may be a paper shortage before the year 2020. 1. Who was paper invented by? 2. What is paper made from? 3. Where is paper from Britain exported to? 4. How many trees are cut down a day if half the British adults each day buy one daily paper? 5. Why may there be a shortage of paper before the year 2020?  Task 3. Work in groups. Discuss on one of the following topics. * How can television help our life? * How can paper help our life? -asks Ss to read the passage and answer the questions. -gets Ss to discuss in groups. Key: 1. It was invented by the Chinese. 2. Paper is made from wood. 3. It is exported to South Africa, Australia and many other countries. 4. There are over 40.000 trees cut down. 5. Because trees are cut down faster than they can be replaced. -groupwork. LESSON 10: READING (AN EXCURSION) Aim: By the end of the lesson, Students will be able to read the ideas and holidays; talk about their activities on holidays. Teaching aids: lesson plan, handouts, pictures. Procedure: T Stages and contents T’s activities Ss’ activities  Task 1. Work in groups. Ask your friends and fill their names and the activities in the tables. A: Do you usually go camping on your holidays? B: Yes, I do/ No, I don’t. Activities Name 1. go camping 2. play sports 3. play video games 4. have a picnic 5. do the housework 6. watch TV 7. listen to music 8. read books …………………………........ ……………………………… ……………………………… ……………………………… ……………………………… ……………………………… ……………………………… ………………………………  Task 2. Look at the four students’ ideas of the holiday they want. Jane: “ I want a holiday by the sea. I just like lying in the sun doing nothing. I’m terribly lazy.” -gets Ss to ask their friends and fill the names. -groupwork.            David: “ I’d rather stay at home than make a journey. I’m not very adventurous. I don’t like travelling and I’d rather go out for short visits and come home in the evening.” Sally: “I want a holiday with lots to see and do – I love walking, climbing, riding. I don’t like sitting around doing nothing. I’m quite energetic.” Stephen: “I love driving, finding new places, staying in a different town every night. I like meeting new people and eating different food. I’m very independent!” Below are the different holidays offered by a travel company. 1. Enjoy a week in the sun in Majorca. Miles of beach, nothing to do if you don’t want to, plenty of night-life if you like it. 2. Spend a week horse riding and climbing in the South of France and enjoy the outdoor life with our qualified guides. 3. Let us show you your own area. Join one of our local centres and we can show you everything you want to see near you. 4. Hire a car and make your own holiday! You can hire any size of car from us for seven days for the price of five. Help these students choose the best holiday for each of them. Jane:__________; David:____________; Sally:_________; Stephen:__________  Task 3. Circle the answer A, B or C that best suits the meaning of each italicized word. 1. I’m quite energetic. A. healthy B. noisy C. active 2. I’m not very adventurous. A. eager to visit new places B. well-adjusted C. easy-going 3. I’m very independent. A. self-confident B. self-reliant C. decisive 4. I’m terribly lazy. A. idle B. slow C. tired 5. …… and enjoy the outdoor life with our qualified guides. A. young B. old C. trained  Task 4. Work in pairs. Ask your partner about his/ her holiday. Holiday You Your friend What to do? Where to stay? Who to go with? How to go there? How long? What to bring? -asks Ss to read the 4 Ss’ ideas and choose the holiday. -gets feedback. -has Ss read the ideas again and choose A, B or C. -asks Ss to complete the 2nd column, then ask their partner. -read and do the exercises. Jane:1 David:3 Sally:2 Stephen:4 1. C 2. A 3. B 4. A 5. C -individually and pairwork. LESSON 11: WRITING (A confirmation letter) Aim: By the end of the lesson, Students will be able to write a letter to confirm to an invitation. Teaching aids: lesson plan, handouts, projector. Procedure: T Stages and contents T’s activities Ss’ activities  Task 1. Work in pairs. How do you respond to these situations? 1. Could you join me in the trip this summer? (accept) …………………………………………………………………….. 2. Let’s go camping next Sunday! (refuse) …………………………………………………………………….. -gets Ss to write the -pairwork.            3. Would you like to go to the movies with me? (accept) …………………………………………………………………….. 4. How about watching a football match on Wednesday? (refuse) ……………………………………………………………………..  Task 2. Fill each blank in Mai’s letter with the phrases in the box. A. buy all the things B. join your birthday party C. bring them D. prepare everything Dear Mai, I’m going to have a birthday party at 8:00 p.m. on Saturday. Remember to buy me two bunches of bananas, three kilos of oranges, ten mangoes, and bring them to my house an hour before the party. Yours, Lan Dear Lan, I’m very happy to (1)__________ this Saturday. Of course, I will help you to (2)_________ for the party. I’ll (3)__________ you need and (4)___________to your house an hour before the party. Love, Mai answers. -asks ss to read the 2 letters and insert the 4 phrases. 1. B 2. D 3. A 4. C  Task 3. Read this situation and write a letter responding to it. Your friend, Tuan, wrote a letter to invite you to go on a picnic at Xeo Quyt Base at the end of this semester. Write a letter to accept or refuse his invitation. Dear Tuan, ……………………………………………………………………….... ………………………………………………………………………… ………………………………………………………………………… …………………………………………………………………………  Task 4. Exhibition. Students read some finished letters in front of the class. -has Ss write a confirmation letter. -gets feedback. -write a letter responding to Tuan’s invitation. -whole class. LESSON 12: THE PRESENT PROGRESSIVE (WITH A FUTURE MEANING) vs BE GOING TO Aim: By the end of the lesson, Students will be able to use the present progressive tense (with future meaning) and Be going to. Teaching aids: lesson plan, handouts, paper, blackboard. Procedure: T Stages and contents T’s activities Ss’ activities I. The Present Progressive Tense 1. Form - Affirmative: S + am/is/are + V-ing…… - Negative: S + am/is/are + not + V-ing….. - Interrogative: Am/Is/Are + S + V-ing ….? 2. Use Thì HTTD (vi ngha t ng lai) dùng : Nói v mt hành ng t ng lai ã có K HOCH th c hin. Ex: The first term is coming to an end soon. II. be going to - Din t mt d nh (ch a có k hoch). Ex: I have saved some money. I’m going to buy a new computer. - Din t mt d oán có cn c. Ex: Look at those clouds. It is going to rain. * L u ý: will/shall KHÔNG dùng vi nhng ý ngha trên ca thì HTTD và be going to. -reviews the form, the use of the present progressive and be going to. -look at, listen and answer the T’s questions.            EXERCISES I. Choose the best answer to complete each sentence. 1) Tom and I …………… to Mary’s birthday party together. A. am going B. are going C. will go D. going 2) I ………… our teacher tomorrow, so I shall give him your note. A. have seen B. going to see C. will seen D. am seeing 3) Tell me about your plan, Lan. What …….. this Saturday evening? A. are you doing B. have you done C. are you going to do D. will you do 4) Our class ……………… a picnic at Thay Pagoda this Sunday. A. am having B. will has C. is going to have D. go to have 5) Can you come next weekend? – Sorry, we’d love to, but we …..........….… to the countryside to visit our relatives. A. have gone B. will go C. are going D. be going 6) They are going ………………… a boat trip on the Thames. A. for B. in C. at D. on 7) Be careful! The bus ……………… near. A. will come B. is coming C. will coming D. is going to come 8) What about your plans, Tom? .................. home after the exams? A. Do you return B. Are you returning C. Will you be returning D. Will you return II. Put the verbs in brackets in the Present Progressive or be going to 1) Before I go to England next year, I (learn)............. some English. 2) They (leave)................... for HCM City at 6:30 p.m. tomorrow. 3) I don’t understand this exercise, so I think I (see)..................... our English teacher this afternoon. 4) What you (do)................. next when you have finished this job? 5) We (have)................ a party at 8 o’clock tonight. Can you come? 6) Viet Nam (play) .................... Thailand in today’s match. 7) I have to get up early tomorrow. I (have)..................... an important English test at 7:00 a.m. 8) I’m very tired. I (not work)...................... anymore today. -gets Ss to do the exercises. -gets Ss to do the exercises. 1) B. are going 2) D. am seeing 3) A. are you doing 4) C. is going to have 5) C. are going 6) D. on 7) B. is coming 8) B. Are you returning 1) am going to learn 2) are leaving 3) am going to see 4) are...you going to do 5) are having 6) is playing 7) am having 8) am not working  LESSON 13: READING (THE MASS MEDIA) Aim: By the end of the lesson, Students will be able to read the text about television; talk about how often they use the mass media. Teaching aids: lesson plan, handouts, pictures. Procedure: T Stages and contents T’s activities Ss’ activities  Task 1. How often do you use each of the mass media below? Put a tick () in the right column. Mass media often sometimes never radio TV newspapers computer Internet  Task 2. Choose A, B, C or D to complete the passage: Television is one of man’s most (1)……………. means of communication. It brings events and sounds (2)…………….. around the world into millions of homes. A person with a television set can asks Ss to tick the column. -tick the column about how often they use the mass media            sit in his house and watch the President making a (3)…………….. or visit a foreign country. He can see a war being (4)………………. and watch statesmen try (5)……………. about peace. Through television, home viewers can see and learn about people, places, and things all over the world. TV even takes its (6)……………. out of this world. It brings them coverage of American’s astronauts explore outer space. In (7)………………… to all these things, television brings its viewers a steady stream of programs that are (8)………………….. to entertain. In fact, TV provides (9)…………………. Entertainment programs than any other kind. The programs include action-packed dramas, light comedies, (10) …………. Events and motion pictures. 1. A. importance B. important C. unimportance D. unimportant 2. A. from B. at C. in D. to 3. A. speak B. speaking C. speech D. spoken 4. A. fight B. find C. found D. fought 5. A. bring B. brought C. bringing D. to bring 6. A. viewers B. seers C. lookers D. watchers 7. A. add B. edit C. addition D. editor 8. A. made B. designed C. did D. built 9. A. many B. much C. more D. most 10. A. sport B. sporting C. sported D. sportier  Task 3. Decid

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