Tiếng anh 11 - Unit 6: Competitions

Handout

1.What does water consist of?

2. What language do all airline pilots need to speak?

3. How many sides does a cube have?

4. Which of these elements do you need for something to burn?

5. How many teeth does an average adult have?

6.What mammal lives the longest?

7. Where is the smallest bone in the human body?

8. What is the red planet?

9. What sense is the most closely linked to memory?

10. In what month the earth is nearest to the sun?

 

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words for general or specific information Student can get some new words : competion , contest, compete, participant , judges, sponsor , announce ,II.PREPARATION Picture of beauty contest, picture of a football match, Picture of singing contest… Handouts,, Cassette player. III PROCEDURE: Teacher’s activities Students’ activities Warm up: - Give a game, ask Ss to find the verbs that are used in a game show. C O M P E T E M H R E N J O Y E A G R E A T E A P A N S W E R L A N N O U N C E P I C T U R E L U S C O R E F P S E N C E A S K - Teacher introduces the new lesson: These verbs describe the activities of a competition, let’s study the passage to know more about competitions. Pre Reading: - Explain the task: Look at the photos. match each of them with the words in the box below. - Ask Ss to call the name of the competitions. - Show pictures and introduces some other kinds of competitions (Beauty Contest, Soccer Competition…) - Ask Ss find out the judge, M.C, and representative(s) in the pictures - Ask Ss to answer the questions then - Give comments and provide more information. While Reading: - Ask Ss to read the text in silence. - Ask Ss to do task 1. ª Task 1: Match the words or phrases on the left with their definitions on the right. - Ask Ss to do the textbook page 68 - Ask Ss to match the words or phrases on the left with their definitions on the right. - Go around the class and gives help. - Check the answers and gives feedback. ª Task 1: Answer the questions: - Ask Ss to read the passage again and answer the questions. - Go around the class and gives help. - Guide Ss to give short answers. - Check the answers and gives feedback - Ask Ss to read the answers in front of the class. ª Task 3: Complete the sentences in paragraph 3 - Ask Ss to read paragraph 3 and complete the sentences. - Go around and give help. - Check the answers and give comments. - Ask them to read loudly in front of the class. Post Reading: - Divide the class in to 6 groups, and ask Ss to choose an M.C and three judges to organize a poem translating competition. - Ask Ss to translate the poem in Vietnamese and the judges give marks. - Ss work in groups and find out the verbs. - One representative of each group goes to the blackboard and writes down the verbs. - Work in group of 4 Keys: C O M P E T E M H R E N J O Y E A G R E A T E A P A N S W E R L A N N O U N C E P I C T U R E L U S C O R E F P S E N C E A S K Verbs: compete, organize, enjoy, announce, score, ask, answer. - Work in pairs, matching the photos with the names of competitions. - Suggested answers: Quiz: “Road to Mount Olympia” London Marathon Sao Mai Television Singing Contest Olympic Games - Take a look at the pictures, and then find the representatives and the judge. - Answer the questions. - The answers may vary. - Read the text in silent and do the exercises. - Do task 1 in pairs. - Find the meanings of words. - Share the answers with the partners. - Answer keys: 1. d 2. f 3. e 4. c 5. b 6. a - Say the answers in front of the class. - Read the reading again and answer the questions. - Pair works. - Answer keys: 1. The representatives of three classes. 2. To stimulate the spirit of learning English among students. 3. The Students’ Parents Society. 4. They have to complete five activities in all. On completion of activity, they had to answer the questions in the worksheets within two minutes. 5. They had to observe and score the students’ performance 6. A set of CDs for studying English and an Oxford Advanced Learner’s Dictionary. - Read the paragraph 3 again and complete the sentences. - Work individually then compare the answer with their partners. - Answer keys: 1. Compete the poem. 2. Became the winner of the competition. 3. Got 60 points. 4. “ For me the most important thing was our participations in the competition and the enjoyment we had from it” - Work in groups. - Translate the poem in Vietnamese. - The judge gives marks. 5 Homework: - Learn by heart the poem. - Reread the reading and take a look at the meaning of words. *Comments:……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… Date of preparing: 20/10/2011 Date of teaching: 28/10/2011 Class : 11A2 Period: 31 UNIT 6: COMPETITIONS Lesson 2: Speaking ========================================================================= I.AIMS: By the end of the lesson, Ss will be able to ask for and give information about type of competition and describe a recent competition or contest Lexical item: Words related to competitions II PREPARATION: Handouts, student’s book. III PROCEDURE: Teacher’s activities Students’ activities Warm up: - Give handouts: - Ask Ss to read the following competitions and put them into correct columns: General Knowledge Quiz, English Competition, Painting Competition, Sculpture Competition, Singing Contest, Running Competition, Poetry Reciting Competition, Jumping Competition, Tam Sao That Ban Competition, Ai La Trieu Phu Competition, Chung Suc Competition... Art General Knowledge Entertainment Sports Pre Speaking: - Give handouts and ask Ss to give their ideas. + Which of the competitions /contests do you like or dislike? Put a tick in the right column. Then compare your Answers with a partner’s. Type of competition Like Dislike General Knowledge Quiz English Competition Art Competition Poetry Reciting Competition Singing Contest Athletics meeting Ai La Trieu Phu Competition Chung Suc Competition Tam Sao That Ban Competition - Make a model: + Do you like General Knowledge Quiz? - Yes, I do. I like English Competition. What about you? Teacher goes around the class and gives help. While Speaking: ª Task 1: Ask your partner how he or she fees about each type of the competitions/ contests in Task 1 - Explain the task: Ask your partner how he/she feels about each type of the competitions/contests in Task 1 Example: A: What do you think of the General Knowledge Quiz? B: Oh, it’s great. It’s an opportunity to test my general knowledge. - Instruct Ss to use useful language to talk about the competitions. - Go around the class and gives help. ª Task 2: Talk about a competition or contest you have recently joined or seen. Use suggestions below: - Ask Ss to talk about a competition or contest they have recently joined or seen. - Go around the class and gives help. Post Speaking: - Give a small game: - Make questions to check the general knowledge: 1. What does water consist of? 2. What language do all airline pilots need to speak? 3. How many sides does a cube have? 4. Which of these elements do you need for something to burn? 5. How many teeth does an average adult have? 6.What mammal lives the longest? 7. Where is the smallest bone in the human body? 8. What is the red planet? 9. What sense is the most closely linked to memory? 10. In what month the earth is nearest to the sun? - Give comments. - Work in groups and put the competitions into correct columns. - Share the answers with the partners. - Give answers in front of the class. - Take a look at the handouts and give the ideas in handouts. - Share with the partners. - The answers may vary. - Work in pairs then, one asks and one answers the questions. - Speak out in front of the class. - Work in pairs, one makes questions and one answers the questions. - Use the useful language: - Great: opportunity to test my general knowledge. - interesting: good time to practice my English. - Good fun: opportunity for my creative activity…. - Speak out in front of the class. Example : T : What do you think of the English competition ? S : Oh , it’s interesting . It is a good time for practice English. - Work in groups. - One of the students in group talk loudly in front of the class. - Work in groups. - Answer the questions in front of the class. - The groups have right sentences will get high marks. 5 Homework: - Write a passage (about 50 words) about a contest you have joined or seen. 6.Comments:……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. Handout 1.What does water consist of? 2. What language do all airline pilots need to speak? 3. How many sides does a cube have? 4. Which of these elements do you need for something to burn? 5. How many teeth does an average adult have? 6.What mammal lives the longest? 7. Where is the smallest bone in the human body? 8. What is the red planet? 9. What sense is the most closely linked to memory? 10. In what month the earth is nearest to the sun? Date of preparing: 25/ 1O/2011 Date of teaching: 31/10/2011 11A2 Period: 32 UNIT 6: COMPETITIONS Lesson 3: Listening ========================================================================== I.AIMS : By the end of the lesson, Ss will be able to to listen a monologue/ dialogue of 150-180 words for general or specific information , Understand the history of the Boston Marathon and know the rules of the Boston Marathon. Lexical item:Words related to marathon competition II. PREPARATION: Cassette player, pictures. Handout III . PROCEDURE: Teacher’s activities Students’ activities Warm up: Divide the class into 2 groups and let students guess the picture stick on the board by listening to the information the teacher says or looking at the picture the teacher shows . In order guess the picture, students have to connect the information they have received. - The group that can give the correct answer first will win the game. - Check students’ understanding of instructions. - Have students start the game. Hints: 1. Show the picture of a Olympic Games. 2. Show the picture of Boston. 3. Write on the board: 42 km. 4. Say; Do Thi Bong. Declare the winner. 2. Pre – listening: a. Guiding Question : 1 .Do you know anything about the marathon race? 2 .What is the Boston marathon? 3 .Who do you think can take part in the Boston race? Introduce the lesson: To help you know more about Boston race, today we are going to listen to a conversation about it . - Give handouts: - Ask Ss to read the following statements and decide if they are true or false. If false, correct the sentence to make it true. a. The persons who win the competition are the champions. b. You need a normal pair of shoes to run. c. Athletes wear shorts. d. Only men can participate in a marathon. e. A marathon is a long running race of about 26 miles or 42 kilometers. - Go around the class to check students’ work and help them with new words. - Correct the exercise. - Make sentence: Which sport are the sentences about? - Show a picture of a marathon and introduces the topic of the listening text. Elicit meaning from the students, let students listen and repeat the difficult words. Notice the stress. 1. race : cuộc đua 2. athlete ( n ) : vận động viên điền kinh What is the adjective of “athlete” : athletic 3 .formally (adv): một cách trang trọng 4. clock ( v ) : đạt được Ex: He clocked 9 seconds in the 100 metres. 5. association ( n ) : tổ chức, hiệp hội - Let students pronounce the 2 proper names : McDermott and Kuscsik While Listening: ª Task 1: Listen to the dialogue about the Boston Marathon and decide whether the statements are true or false - Ask Ss to read the statements about the Boston Marathon. - Play the tape twice, asking Ss to listen to the dialogue and decide whether the statements are true or false. - Play the tape again and checks the answers ª Task 2: Listen again and answer the following questions. - Ask Ss to read the questions and guess the answers. - Play the tape twice, asking Ss to listen to the tape and answer the questions. - Play the tape again (sentence by sentence) and checks the answers. Post Listening: - Ask students to summarize the history of the Boston Marathon. - Give some key words: + Every year, in the USA + the first Boston Marathon in the USA + 1967, 1972, 1984 + runners, countries + rules of the Boston Marathon ……………. Work in group. - Guess the picture. Suggested answers: 1. Olympic Games 2. Boston. 3. 42 km. 4. Do Thi Bong. - Do exercise in handouts. - Read the following statements and decide if they are true or false. If false, correct the sentence to make it true. - Give the answers and give their ideas in front of the class. - Describe the pictures in textbook. - Work in pairs, answering the questions. - Read the words in chorus. - take note Work individually Work in pairs and discuss the answers. - Listen and check the answers. - Take notes. Suggested answers: 1. T 2. T 3. F 4. F 5. T 6. F - Give comments. - Guess the answers first. - Listen to the tape again then answer the questions. - Answer keys: 1. New York 2. in 1972 3. 8 4. 6164 - Work in groups, collect information and summarize the Boston Marathon. - Write the summary on the wall sheets, and then read loudly in front of the class. - Other groups give comments. 5 Homework: Name some famous runners in Vietnam and say what is special about them. *.Comments: Student can’t listen to the tape well…………………………………… Decide if they are true or false. If false, correct the sentence to make it true. 1. The persons who win the competition are the champions. T F 2. You need a normal pair of shoes to run. T F 3. Athletes wear shorts. T F 4. Only men can participate in a marathon. T F 5. A marathon is a long running race of about 26 miles or 42 kilometers. T F Date of preparing: 25/10/2011 Date of teaching: 31/10/2011 Class : 11A2 Period: 33 UNIT 6: COMPETITIONS Lesson 4: Writing ========================================================================== I.AIMS : By the end of the lesson, Ss will be able to write a letter to ask for and give information about competitions within 120-130 words cues or idea prompts II PREPARATION: Handouts, wall sheets. III. PROCEDURE: Teacher’s activities Students’ activities Warm up: - Give handouts: + Rearrange the parts of a formal letter into correct position. Greeting Writer’s address Recipient’s address Closing Body Signature - Introduces the form of a formal letter: Today, we’ll learn how to write a formal letter. Lead-in: Questions If your English is good enough, do you want to participate in an English speaking competition? If you intend to take part in an English speaking competition, what will you do? What do you expect in an English speaking competition? 4.What do you want the organizer do for you?. In tto day lesson we Pre Writing: - Give handouts: - Ask Ss to read the statements about the rules of writing a formal letter and decide whether they are true or false. We write our own address in the top right hand corner. We end with an expression like “I look forward to…”. We write the receiver’s name and address on the right hand side. We sign off with “Your faithfully” We write our name under the greeting. We can use short forms. We write the date above our address. We start the letter with “Dear…” We use “Sir or Madam” if we don’t know the person’s name. - Go around and give help. - Give comments - Ask Ss to read the letter in textbook and find out the information required for the English Speaking Competition. - Go around and help Ss with the new words. - Correct the exercise then. While Writing: ª Task 2 page 72: Imagine you are Kate Johnson, secretary of the English Speaking Competition. Write a letter responding to Thu Trang, using given details. - Ask Ss to read the request of the writing. - Ask Ss to write the letter in group of four. - Pay attention to the information in textbook: + number of participants + venue + date + arrival time + phone number + e mail Post Writing: - Choose two letters and correct the popular mistakes. - Give comments and give marks. 5 Homework: - Finish the letter and write it into your notebook. - Work in groups Writer’s address Recipient’s address Greeting, Body Closing, Signature - Work in groups, listing some formal greetings ( Dear Sir or Madam, Dear Mr. Mc Donald…) and closings ( Yours faithfully, Yours sincerely…) - Work in groups. - Suggested answers: T T F T F F F T T - Give answers and take notes - Work in groups. - Suggested answers: number of participants entry procedure venue date and time phone number and e-mail - Read the request of the writing. - Work in group; write the letter to respond to Thu Trang. - Take a look at the information in textbook. - Suggested letter: Kate John 106 Tran Hung Dao Street Hoan Kiem District Hanoi, Vietnam October 19, 2007 Thu Trang 140 Kham Thien St, Dong Da District Hanoi, Vietnam Dear Thu Trang, Thank for your letter and welcome to our English Speaking Competition. Here are some details about the competition. The number of participants is limited just 25.Thecompetition is held on 25th November 2006, at 106 Tran Hung Dao Street, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi. It starts at 8:00p.m. Contestants should be present one hour before the competition for registration. For more information please contact me on the phone number: (04)9838188 and e mail: Englishclub06@yahoo.com. Best wishes, Kate Johnson Secretary. - Take a look at the letters and correct the mistakes. - Take notes if necessary *.Comments:…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. Date of preparing: 21/10/2011 Date of teaching: 1/11/2011 Class: 11B6 Period: 34 UNIT 6: COMPETITIONS Lesson 5: Language Focus I. AIMS : By the end of the lesson, students will be able pronounce correctly the sounds: / tr, dr, tw/ and known reported speech with gerund II. PREPARATION: Handouts, text book, work book III. PROCEDURE: teacher’s activities students’ activities Warm up: - Write the orthographic forms of the words 1. /’træfik/ => traffic 2. /’trauzəz/ => trousers 3. /’draivə/ => driver 4. /drink/ => drink 5. /’twenti/ => twenty 6. /twin/ => twin - Give examples: + While a twin was trying to drive his dramatically dreadful truck to a travel agent at twelve, he hit a tree. - Read the underlined words and lead in the lesson. Pronunciation: - Ask Ss to practice pronunciation in chorus. - Call some Ss to read the words with three sounds. - Pronounce the sounds ask Ss to repeat. - Correct the pronunciation. - Read sentences, and ask Ss to elite the words with three sounds / dr, tr, tw / - Give corrections. à Listen and repeat: - Model See textbook – page 73 à Practice reading aloud these sentences: /tr/ /dr/ /tw/ John always enjoys traveling by train Jane’s teeth are troubling her George is driving dangerously Her new dress is an absolute dream She has an amused twinkle in her eyes Think twice before doing something - Call some Ss to practice reading these words Grammar: Reported Speech with gerunds - Give example: + Let’s go to Thuan An beach. à What does Hai suggest? + He suggested going to Thuan An beach. + I am sorry, I am late. à What does Nam say? + He apologized for being late. - Explain the way of writing and give some verbs with the prepositions: thank for, insist on, accuse of, dream of, warn against….. ª Activity 1: Change direct speech into reported speech. Begin each of the sentences in the way shown. - Ask Ss to write the sentences, using gerunds. - Give structure: ª V + V – ing ª V + preposition + V – ing ª V + O + Preposition + v - ing - Go around and give help. - Explain some new words and the preposition after the verbs. - Ask them to write them on the board and then correct the mistakes. ª Activity 2: Rewrite the dialogues in reported speech, using gerunds - Ask Ss to do the exercise in textbook. - Ask Ss to change direct speech into reported speech, beginning in the way shown. - Go around to provide help - Ask them to compare the answers with another pair - Remind the verbs after gerunds: admitted, suggest, look forward to…….. - Correct the mistakes. Listen - Pair work - Do as directed - Take a look at the example and then read the underlined sounds. - Take a look at the sound / tr, tw, dr / - Read the words with three sounds loudly in front of the class. - Some Ss practice then. - Elite the words with the sounds that have just practiced. - Read the example and make a suggestion, using a gerund. - Change the sentences into reported speech. - Take notes with the verbs with their prepositions. - Work in groups, write the answers on the wall sheets - Answer keys: 1. John congratulated us on passing our exams. 2. Mary apologized for not phoning me earlier. 3. Peter insisted on driving Linda to the station. 4. The teacher accused the boy of not paying attention to what he had said. 5. Bob has always dreamed of being rich. 6. I warned Ann against staying at the hotel near the airport. 7. Her mother prevented Jane from going out that night. 8. Miss White thanked Jack for visiting her. - Work in groups, write the answers on the wall sheets, then read them loudly in front of the class. - Answer keys: 1. Tom insisted on paying for the meal. 2. Mr. and Mrs. Smith looked forward to meeting their children soon. 3. The boy denied breaking the window of the woman’s house. 4. The policeman stopped the customer (from) leaving the shop. 5. The thief admitted stealing Mrs. Brown’s car. 6. Ann suggested having a party the next Saturday. 7. John and his wife were thinking of buying the house. 5 Homework: - Do exercise in textbook: Unit 6 – Language Focus *.Comments:………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. Week11 – Period: 31 Date of preparing: 15/10/09 Date of teaching: 11A1 /11A2 / 11B5 19/10 / 19/10/ 18/10 UNIT 6: COMPETITIONS Lesson 2: Speaking ========================================================================= I.AIMS: By the end of the lesson, Ss will be able to ask for and give information about type of competition and describe a recent competition or contest II PREPARATION: Handouts, pictures. III PROCEDURE: Teacher’s activities Students’ activities Warm up: - Give handouts: Art General Knowledge Entertainment Sports Ask Ss to divide class in to 6 groups Ask each groups take turn to choose the topic they have to prepare to make presentation Pre Speaking: - Give handouts and ask Ss to give their ideas. + Which of the competitions /contests do you like or dislike? Put a tick in the right column. Then compare your Answers with a partner’s. Type of competition Like Dislike General Knowledge Quiz English Competition Art Competition Poetry Reciting Competition Singing Contest Athletics meeting Ai La Trieu Phu Competition Chung Suc Competition Tam Sao That Ban Competition - Make a model: + Do you like General Knowledge Quiz? - Yes, I do. I like English Competition. What about you? Teacher goes around the class and gives help. While Speaking: ª Task 1: Ask your partner how he or she fees about each type of the competitions/ contests in Task 1 - Explain the task: Ask your partner how he/she feels about each type of the competitions/contests in Task 1 Example: A: What do you think of the General Knowledge Quiz? B: Oh, it’s great. It’s an opportunity to test my general knowledge. - Instruct Ss to use useful language to talk about the competitions. - Go around the class and gives help. ª Task 2: Talk about a competition or contest you have recently joined or seen. Use suggestions below: - Ask Ss to talk about a competition or contest they have recently joined or seen. - Go around the class and gives help. Post Speaking: - Give a small game: - Make questions to check the general knowledge: 1. What does water consist of? 2. What language do all airline pilots need to speak? 3. How many sides does a cube have? 4. Which of these elements do you need for something to burn? 5. How many teeth does an average adult have? - Give comments. - Work in groups and put the competitions into correct columns. - Share the answers with the partners. - Give answers in front of the class. - Take a look at the handouts and give the ideas in handouts. - Share with the partners. - The answers may vary. - Work in pairs then, one asks and one answers the questions. - Speak out in front of the class. - Work in pairs, one makes questions and one answers the questions. - Use the useful language: - Great: opportunity to test my general knowledge. - interesting: good time to practice my English. - Good fun: opportunity for my creative activity…. - Speak out in front of the class. - Work in groups. - One of the students in group talk loudly in front of the class. - Work in groups.

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