Giáo án Tiếng Anh 10 Unit 10: Conservation - Period 63: Writing Write a letter of invitation

Unit 10: Conservation

Period 63: Writing

Write a letter of invitation

1. Pre- writing:

Task 1: Write out the sentences by matching the first half in A with the most suitable half in B

*Structure:

+ Let's + infinitive without ‘to'

+ Why don't you + infinitive without ‘to'

+ Would you like + infinitive with ‘to'

+ Do you feel like + V-ing

+ Can you + infinitive without ‘to'

+ How about + V-ing

+ Shall we + infinitive without ‘to'

+ Are you free + infinitive with ‘to'

 

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Date of preparing: 7th January, 2018 Date of teaching: 17th January, 2018 UNIT 10: CONSERVATION Period 63: Writing Write a letter of invitation I. Objectives: 1. Educational aim: By the end of this lesson, Ss will be able to: Get the style of writing letter of invitation (style of an informal letter). 2. Skill : Reading skills: scanning reading and read for specific information to analyse the structure and language contents used in a letter of invitation. Writing skills: write a letter of invitation. Vocabulary comprehension: Gap – filling. 3. Attitude: Active to broaden and percept the knowledge. II. Knowledge: Ss learn how to write a letter of invitation (style of an informal letter) Ss know more about words/ phrases related to the invitation letter. II. Method and Teaching aids 1. Method: Communicative approach: teacher and students, students and students, students and teacher. Work in groups, work individually, work in pairs. 2. Teaching aids: Poster, word cards, pictures, textbook (English 10), hand-outs IV. Procedure: 1. Organization: - 10A16 ( ) Ask Ss to sing a song before learning new lesson. 2. New lesson: Content T’s and Ss’ activities I. Warm- up: Playing game – Jumble key words Jumble key words: PPLACAIONTI IOTNVITAIN NTESO YUO NTHAK ETANCECACP FUSALER Key: APPLICATION INVITATION THANK- YOU NOTES ACCEPTANCE REFUSAL Topic: LETTER II. New lesson: Today, we will learn how to write an invitation letter (informal style). Unit 10: Conservation Period 63: Writing Write a letter of invitation 1. Pre- writing: Task 1: Write out the sentences by matching the first half in A with the most suitable half in B *Structure: + Let's + infinitive without ‘to' + Why don't you + infinitive without ‘to' + Would you like + infinitive with ‘to' + Do you feel like + V-ing + Can you + infinitive without ‘to' + How about + V-ing + Shall we + infinitive without ‘to' + Are you free + infinitive with ‘to' A B 1. Let’s 2. Why don’t you 3. Would you like 4. Do you feel like 5. Can you 6. How about 7. Shall we 8. Are you free a. to have a cold drink? b. to play table tennis now? c. try the cake I have just made. d. going to the cinema tonight, Ba? e. have some chicken soup first? f. join us in this trip? g. taking a walk for a while? h. sing us a Vietnamese song? *Answers: 1. c 2. f/h 3. a 4. g/d 5. h/f 6. d/g 7. e 8. b Task 2: Fill each blank in these invitation letters with a suitable expression provided in Task 1. 1. Lien, There’s a disco at my school from 8:00 to 10:00 on Sunday night.............................. to join us? Give me a call. Chi 2. Dear Mike, ............................... to go to the football match tomorrow afternoon? I’ve just got two free tickets. ............................... spending the night in some clubs afterwards? David 3. Susan, We have just been back from London. .............come to dinner on Saturday? Jeremy and Lora will be there, too......................... have time together? Daisy and Tony *Answers: 1- Would you like/ Are you free 2. Would you like/ Are you free; How about/ Do you feel like 3. Can you; Why don't we/ Shall we 2. While- writing: * Task 1: Put the sentences into the correct order to make a letter of invitation: Discussing of writing a letter of invitation: Letter: Mary and I are getting married soon after we return to Melbourne- on June 20th. Dear John, Hope to see you then. We would like to invite you to the wedding. It will be at my parents' house in Parkville, probably at 2.30pm, and there will be a party afterwards, starting at about 8pm. Best wishes, Alex Texas, Dec 26th, 2017 You are welcome to stay the night as there is plenty of room, though it would help if you could let me know in advance. Answers: 6- 2- 1- 4- 7- 3- 5 * Discussing the outline of the letter of invitation: POSTER 1: OUTLINE OF THE INVITATION LETTER (at the end of the lesson plan) Dear John, Mary and I are getting married soon after we return to Melbourne- on June 20th.(1) We would like to invite you to the wedding(2). It will be at my parents' house in Parkville(3), probably at 2.30pm(4), and there will be a party afterwards(5), starting at about 8pm (6).You are welcome to stay the night (7) as there is plenty of room, though it would help if you could let me know in advance. Hope to see you then. Best wishes, Alex * Task 2: Write an invitation letter (short letters): Suggested topics: Birthday party Christmas’s party Trip to the countryside...etc III. Consolidation: - T summarises some main points and struture about writing a letter of invitation. + Time and place founded. + Area, location. + Reason for writing. + Suggestions and invitation - Repeat some regular words or phrases for inviting someone. *Structure: + Let's + infinitive without ‘to' + Why don't you + infinitive without ‘to' + Would you like + infinitive with ‘to' + Do you feel like + V-ing + Can you + infinitive without ‘to' + How about + V-ing + Shall we + infinitive without ‘to' + Are you free + infinitive with ‘to' IV. Homework: Write a write a letter in task 3 on their books: 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. Do exercises in the workbook. Prepare the next lesson “Unit 10: Conservation_Language focus part” - T asks Ss look at the T. - Ss listen to the T. - T divides the class into two big groups - Ss listen to the T. - T gives the rules of the game “I will give each group some cards related to the topic of your lesson today. All of these words are jumbled. You have to discuss with your classmates to reorder them. Then, each group has a representative who will go to the board and write down all the answers of your group. Some words have some words in red. They are the words to guess the key words. After that, you have to guess the topic of writing lesson today basing the red words in each of card. The winner will be the group with the quickest and correct answers” - Ss listen to the T. - T gives time and controls the game. - Ss work in groups to play game. - After finishing the game, T declares the winner and gives the winner some gifts. - Ss receive the gifts and congrates the winner group. - T leads in the new lesson. - Ss listen to the T and take notes. - T asks Ss to look at task 1 on page 109 and read the requirements of the task. - Ss look at task 1 and read the requirements of the task. - Before Ss do the task, T asks them to tell T what expressions they can use to give invitations or suggestions. - Ss give their ideas. - T writes their answers on the board and gives any correction. - Ss listen to the T. - T asks Ss to look at column A in Task 1 and give the form of the verb in each of the structures - Ss listen to the T and take notes. - T asks Ss to work in pairs to do the task, reminding them that one expression in A can go with more than one expression in B and they should write the sentences. - T asks Ss to exchange their answers with other pairs. - Ss work in pairs. - T calls some Ss to give their answers. - Ss give their answers. - T feedbacks and gives correct answers. - Ss listen to the T and copy the correct answers. - T asks Ss to look at task 2 on page 109 and read the requirements of the task. - Ss look at task 2 and read the requirements of the task. - T asks them to read through the letters to understand the content of each letter. - Ss read the letters. - T gives an example to do the task, using letter 1: + First, read the letter. + Look at the incomplete sentence and pay attention to the form of the verb that follows the blank. For example, in letter one the verb form is infinitive with ‘to' (.to join us?). + Read the expression in Task 1 and find the suitable expression(s) to fill in the blank. In the first letter, we can fill the blank with "Would you like" or " Are you free". - Ss listen to the T. - T asks Ss work in pairs to do the task. - Ss work in pairs. - T calls some Ss to give their answers. - Ss give their answers. - T feedbacks and gives correct answers. - Ss listen to the T. - T asks Ss to look at the handouts and read the sentences. - Ss look at the handouts. - T asks Ss to read aloud the sentences. - Ss read aloud. - T asks Ss to work in groups in a table to complete the task. - Ss work in groups in a table. - T calls some Ss to go to the board and write down their answers. - Ss go to the board and write. - T gives feedback and comments and give the correct answers. - Ss listen to the T and take notes. - T shows a poster of a model letter and asks Ss to look at the poster on the board. - Ss look at the poster. - T asks one student to read aloud the letter. - Ss read aloud the letter. - T asks Ss and explains the way to write a letter of invitation by analysing the sample letter. - T gives feedback, comments and correct ansnwers. - Ss listen to the T. - T gives and explains the outline of writing a letter of invitation. - Ss listen to the T and take notes. - T asks Ss to remind the new knowledge that they have just studied. - T instructs homework for the Ss. - Ss listen to the T’s instructions and take notes. Comment POSTER 1: OUTLINE OF THE INVITATION LETTER. STARTING GREETINGS GIVING THE REASONS BODY OUTLINE (3 PARTS) MAKING INVITATIONS HOPING CLOSING ENDING SENTENCE POSTER 2: ANALISYING THE SAMPLE LETTER Texas, Dec 26th, 2017 Dear John, Mary and I are getting married soon after we return to Melbourne- on June 20th. We would like to invite you to the wedding. It will be at my parents' house in Parkville, probably at 2.30pm, and there will be a party afterwards, starting at about 8pm.You are welcome to stay the night as there is plenty of room, though it would help if you could let me know in advance. Hope to see you then. Best wishes, Alex Date Greeting Giving reason for writing letter Body (Time, date, event, suggestion and invitation) Closing (Hoping and ending sentences) Giáo viên hướng dẫn (Ký, ghi rõ họ tên) Phùng Thị Thu Hằng Giáo sinh thực tập (Ký, ghi rõ họ tên) Nguyễn Hải Việt

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