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GRADE:12

UNIT 10: ENDANGERED SPECIES
Lesson 1: READING
Date of teaching: 12C1:

Period: 55
/ 2015

Date of planning:
/
/ 2015
/ / 2014 12C3: /
I. OBJECTIVES:
By the end of the lesson, Ss will be able to :
- better their reading skill through vocabulary Matching, Multiple Choice and Question and Answer
exercises.
- enlarge vocabulary about endangered species
- know some animal species which are in danger of extinction.
II. MATERIALS:
Textbook, poster
III. PROCEDURE:
TIM
CONTENT
T’S AND SS’ ACTIVITIES
E
5 ms I. WARMER:
Giving Vietnamese meaning
Give the Vietnamese names of the following aninals and insects T chooses two teams
Each team gives their
answers on the board
T checks and leads SS to new
lesson.
1. frog = ếch
2. parrot = vẹt
3. rhinoceros = tê giác
4. leopard = báo
5. mosquito = muỗi
6. elephant = voi
7. tortoise = rùa
8. monkey = khỉ

10 ms

7 ms

II. PRE-READING:
Answer the questions
1. Which of the animals and insects below can be found in VN?
2. Which of them is/ are in danger of becoming extinct?
Pre-teach vocabulary:
- extinction [iks'tiηk∫n] (n) Sự tuyệt chủng
 extinct [iks'tiηkt] (a)
- destruction [dis'trʌk∫n] (n) Sự phá hoại
- exploitation [,eksplɔi'tei∫n] (n) Sự khai thác
- vulnerable ['vʌlnərəbl] (a) Có thể bị làm hại
- (to) enact [i'nækt] ban hành
III. WHILE-READING:
Task 1: Match the words in A with their definitions in B.
A
B
1. extinction
a. the existence of a large number of different
kinds of animals and plants which make a
balanced environment
2. habitat
b. the act of preventing something from being
lost, wasted, damaged or destroyed
3. biodiversity
c. a situation in which a plant, an animal, a

Questions and Answers
SS discuss in groups of 4 first
Then, T calls on some Ss to
give their ideas
Then, T leads Ss to the
lesson.
- explanation
- explanation
- synonym
- translation
Matching
T asks SS to find the word in
A appearing in the passage
and match it with a suitable
meaning in B
Pairwork
T gives feedback.
- Keys: 1-c, 2-d, 3-a, 4-b

6 ms

9 ms

7 ms

1m

way of life, etc. stops existing
4. conservation d. the natural environment in which a plant or
animal lives
Task 2: Choose A, B, c or D to complete the following sentences
about the reading passage.
1. The number of species around the globe threatened with
extinction is over ______.
A. 7,200
B. 8,300
C. 1,600
D. 15,000
2. Which of the following is NOT mentioned as a primary cause of
species extinction?
A. pollution
C. habitat destruction
B. natural selection
D. overexploitation
3. The Red List is a special book that provides names of ____
animals.
A. vulnerable and endangered C. endangered
B. hunted
D. extinct
4. The development of wildlife habitat reserves helps ______.
A. save a large number of endangered species
B. make a list of endangered species
C. enact laws to protect wildlife
D. develop commercial trade and overhunting
5. The best tile for the passage is ______.
A. Endangered Species and Conservation Measures
B. Endangered Species and their Benefits
C. The Global Extinction Crisis
D. Endangered Species Extinction: Causes and Conservation
Measures
Task 3: Ask and answer the following questions.
1. What are the primary causes of species extinction?
 They are habitat destruction, commercial exploitation and
pollution
2. Why do people depend on species diversity?
 Humans depend on species diversity to have food, clean air
and water, and fertile soil for agriculture and they benefit greatly
from the many medicines and other products that biodiversity
provides.
3. What have Governments done to protect endangered
species?
 Governments have enacted laws to protect wildlife from
commercial trade and overhunting.
IV. POST- READING:
Summarise the reading passage by writing ONE sentence for each
paragraph.
Suggested answer:
1. Over fifteen thousand plant and animal species around the globe
are threatened with extinction.
2. The primary causes of species extinction are habitat destruction,
commercial exploitation and pollution.
3. Biodiversity is important for humans since it provide food, clean
water, air, fertile soil, many medicines and other products.
4. Different efforts have been made to save and conserve endangered
species.
V. HOMEWORK:
- Read the passage aloud and learn new words.
- Prepare vocabulary for lesson 2: Speaking

Multiple choice
T and Ss run through the task
T calls on some Ss to give
their answers on the board.
T gives feedback.

Comprehension questions
T gives the instruction
T divides the class into three
groups
Each group gives their
answers on the board
T checks and decides the
group winner.

T asks SS to summarise the
reading passage by writing
ONE sentence for each
paragraph.
SS work in pairs and do the
task.
T gives feedback.

GRADE:12

UNIT 10: ENDANGERED SPECIES
Lesson 2: SPEAKING
Date of teaching: 12C1:

Period: 56
/ / 2015

Date of planning:
/
/ 2015
/ / 2014 12C3:
I. OBJECTIVES:
By the end of the lesson, Ss will be able to talk about the information of some endangered animals.
II. MATERIALS:
Textbook, poster
III. PROCEDURE:
TIM
CONTENTS
T’S & SS’ ACTIVITIES
E
5ms I. WARM UP:
Matching
T lets SS to play the game
and leads in the new
lesson

10 ms

panda
tiger elephant
rhinoceros
II. PRESENTATION
* Answer the question:
- Where do these animals live? (Forests, seas, swamps, deserts)

SS work in pairs and
answer the question
T gives SS some types of
questions so that they can
use to ask about the
animals.

10 ms

* Useful language:
- Habitat: Where do pandas/tigers live?
- Population: What is the population of pandas/ rhino in the world?
- Weight/ Height: What is the weight/ height of …?
- Food: What is their main food?
- Life span: How long do they live?
- Reasons for decline: Why do they decline in the number?
III. PRACTICE
Match column A with column B to make a complete dialogue.
Column A
Column B
A: ________(1)_________
B: In bamboo forest in the mountains in a. What is the height of
central and western China.
pandas?
A: ________(2)_________
b. How many years can
B: Only about 600
pandas live?

Matching:
- Ss use the information in
task 2 to talk about the
animals.
- T asks some pairs to
practise.

....... EVALUATION: . They are in danger because people destroy their habitat and hurt them for trade.................. f 5........... They attain a height of 1..... .. HOMEWORK: ..... IV........ What do pandas eat? A: ________(6)_________ B: Habitat destruction and illegal trading...9 ms 1m A: ________(3)_________ c....5m and weigh from 75kg to 160 kg. c 2... b 6....Prepare for Listening lesson.. PRODUCTION . a 4.... make an report about 4 * Suggested answer: Giant pandas live in bamboo forests in the animals.............................. D IV.... Why do pandas become A: ________(4)_________ extinct? B: Bamboo e.. mountain in Western China ................. Where do pandas live? B: From 75 to 160kg d...... e 3........Rewrite what you have talked in Post-speaking......... What is the population A: ________(5)_________ of pandas in the world? B: About 20 to 30 years f.....  Answers keys 1....Ss work in groups of 4 to Take turns to give an oral report on the animals mentioned in Task 2.....2m to 1... ........only about 600 pandas are living there.......

T has SS guess about A. T calls some SS to read C. A gorilla sometimes eats worms.civil war ['sivlwʌ:] (n):nội chiến . For their nests. Which of the following can be a group leader? passage 2 times and do A. task 1. T lets SS listen to the 1.bared teeth [beəd ti:θ] (n): răng lộ ra ngoài . Europe B. 50 III.7 C. Mountain gorillas live in Africa. B.8 3. C. The biggest and strongest adult male gorilla. Their sisters B.gorilla [gə'rilə] (n): con tinh tinh words. Discuss and choose the best answer A. Scientists study gorillas and show a different picture of mountain gorillas C. D. WHILE. A.nest [nest] (n): nơi ở . A female gorilla. .silverback ['silvə bæk] (n): con đầu đàn . B or C 1. MATERIALS: Textbook. 0. 3 B. Africa gorillas by choosing the 2. Ss will be able to listen and to Multiple choice questions and gap-filling tasks. Their fathers.forest rangers ['fʌrist 'reindʌəz] (n): nhân viên lâm nghiệp. The biggest adult female gorilla the answer. CD.sʌb'ædʌlt] (adj): gần trưởng thành . A. Life for mountain gorillas is peaceful.LISTENING: 10 ms Task 1: Listen to the passage and choose the best answer.sociable ['sou∫əbl] (adj): năng động . D. D. C. 40 C. With whom do baby gorillas sleep at night? A. B. poster III. . Why do hunters kill mountain gorillas? A. For food 4. For the trees they live in. 30 B. OBJECTIVES: By the end of the lesson. A grown-up gorilla 2. II.GRADE:12 UNIT 10: ENDANGERED SPECIES Lesson 3: LISTENING Date of teaching: 12C1: Period: 57 / 2015 Date of planning: / / 2015 / / 2014 12C3: / I. Their mothers. D. PROCEDURE: TIM CONTENTS T’S & SS’ ACTIVITIES E 5ms I. You can find gorillas in ________. The life span of a gorilla in the wild is about _______ years. about 180 kg. 1. For their skin B. Their mothers and sisters 3.sub-adult [. AsiaC. PRE-LISTENING: Pre-teach vocabulary: T lets SS learn some . The male gorilla may attain a height of ____m and a weight of best information. Which of the following statements is NOT true? A. WARM UP: Bingo LEOPARD ['lepəd] RHINOCEROS [rai'nɔsərəs] T lets SS to play the game PARROT ['pærət] MOSQUITO [məs'ki:tou] FROG [frɔg] and leads in the new GORILLA [gə'rilə] TORTOISE ['tɔ:təs] lesson 10 ms II.

... Many lightweight gorillas sleep in the nest in trees but the heavier ones may nest in grasses on the ground.. ....10 ms 9 ms 1m 5.... basing on the questions.. Babies sleep with their mothers at night... For a long time the image most people had of a gorilla was a dangerous-looking animal with big......... Hunters kill them for food. and (2) plantGeneral features eating The silverback.. Where do gorillas sleep? 4. Their food includes a variety of plants.. sociable... Mountain gorillas spend much of their time eating....... Ss work in groups of 4 to summarize the passage. At night the animals make a nest to sleep in. along with a few kinds of insects and worms.... using information in Postlistening...... What are the causes of being endangered? * Suggested answer: Gorillas are peaceful. What kind of food do they eat? 5.. forest rangers and other concerned people are working hard to protect mountain gorillas and their habitats... D. But many scientists. gentle....... B... gentle... EVALUATION: ..Ss listen to the passage again and complete the chart... and housing. bared teeth... sociable and mainly plant-eating creatures. using the questions: 1..... They live in family groups. Do gorillas live in groups? 2.. Life for mountain gorillas is not peaceful. B and C are correct. ... C.... Mountain gorillas eat mainly plants.... They are endangered and threatened by civil wars in the smaller parts of Africa..... What are the group members? 3....... one or two sub-adult males. Task 2: Listen and complete the chart below. Hunters kill them for food. Baby gorillas sleep with their mothers.... HOMEWORK: ...... sociable..... Life for mountain gorillas is not always peaceful... But researchers studying gorillas show a very different picture of mountain gorillas..... IV... All of A... and mainly plant-eating creatures. The biggest and strongest adult male of gorilla is a group leader..T asks SS to write their answers on the BB. Forest rangers and other concerned people are working hard to protect them and their habitat.... Mountain gorillas are not as dangerous as they look.. fuel. Many lightweight gorillas nest in trees...LISTENING: Summarize the main ideas of the passage. Their forests are cut down for farmland. A typical group is led by the biggest and strongest grown-up male gorilla...Write a paragraph about the gorilla. hunters killing them for food. Mountain gorillas live in groups. . (1) peaceful.... Gorillas live in family groups.Prepare for Writing lesson.. (8) endangered forests being cut down for farmland IV.......... ............. The animals are peaceful..... gentle.... What can be learned from the passage? A. They are endangered by the civil war in a small area of Africa........ He is called a silverback because the hair on a male's back turns from black to silvery grey as he grows up... The heavier ones may nest in grasses on the ground.. POST.. A silverback's group usually includes one or two sub-adult males and a few females and their young... (3) Group members a few females and their young (4) a variety of plants and a few kinds of Food insects Nest (5) in trees or (6) in grasses on the Place for sleeping ground Causes of being (7) civil war. They made nests to sleep in....

Governments must stop illegal trade of endangered animals as well as encourage people not to use some fashionable wildlife products. 5. help. 7. following problems. Governments should raise funds for projects to save endangered T explains the animals.  There are not enough wildlife habitat reserves. PROCEDURE: T’S & SS’ ACTIVITIES TIM CONTENTS E 5ms WARM UP: Ss work in groups to do Fill in the chart with some information about endangered species’ the task problems. air. poor living conditions and rely mostly on wildlife products for their livelihood. questions.poster III. improve the lives of people who live in +……. endangered animals. 6. Laws should be enacted to protect endangered animals. II.. Humans must provide endangered animals with appropriate habitats to live in. We should have different activities to raise people’s awareness of the need to protect these animals. Ss will be able to write a paragraph about measures for protecting endangered animals.GRADE:12 UNIT 10: ENDANGERED SPECIES Lesson 4: WRITING Date of teaching: 12C1: Period: 58 / 2015 Date of planning: / / 2015 / / 2014 12C3: / I. …………. and land clean to preserve natural Writing a paragraph habitats for wild animals. …………. Example: People do not know much about the need to protect rare and endangered animals. 2. We should organize different activities to raise people's awareness of the need to protect these animals. shouldn’t cut down trees +……. requirements: 3.  The habitats for endangered animals are being seriously Move around to give damaged and polluted. Humans must keep water.  People who live in or near endangered animals' habitats have Check and give remarks. …………. In pairs. and land clean +……. Suggested answers: 1. T gives the correction Ask students to look at  People do not know much about the need to protect rare and Task 1.  People keep buying fashionable wildlife products. or near forests 15 ms PRE-WRITING: SS work in groups to do Task 1: Suggest possible measures that should be taken to solve the the task. .  Some countries do not have laws to protect endangered animals. 4. Governments should have a good policy to improve the life of people who live in or near endangered animals’ habitats. OBJECTIVES: By the end of the lesson..T goes around to help Endangered causes Measures to save them species + tiger habitat provide enough wildlife habitat reserves destruction keep water. . MATERIALS: Textbook . ask students to  Projects to save endangered animals do not have sufficient ask and answer the funds. air.

. Write-it-up T asks students to work in groups to write paragraph.............. there should be campaigns to stop people from using fashionable wildlife products.............. It is believed that once these measures are carried out effectively endangered animals will be saved from extinction.. SS compare the result to the other groups........WRITING: SHARING AND COMPARING Suggested paragraph: There are a number of measures that should be taken to protect endangered animals from extinction...... third.. Finally.. Second................. Share the results with your friends next to you..... Then.... .... IV...... First...... second. EVALUATION: ..Prepare for part Language Focus................. we should have different activities to raise people’s awareness of the need to protect these animals.......... Begin your paragraph with: "There are a number of measures that should be taken to protect endangered animals....Rewrite the task .... Governments should have a good policy to improve the life of people who live in or near endangered animals’ habitats so that they can stop illegal trade of endangered animals as well as encourage people not to use some fashionable wildlife products.... + Tenses : Simple present WHILE-WRITING: Task 2.. T asks SS to exchange the writing to other groups to check and give remarks. HOMEWORK: ...... Write a paragraph about measures for protecting endangered animals using the ideas discussed in Task 1.....15 ms 9 ms 1m Useful Language: the way to write a passage + topic sentence + supporting idea + supporting idea + concluding sentence + connectors: first............ endangered animals should be provided with appropriate habitats to live in..................." POST... Funds should also be raised for projects to save endangered animals.........

MAY: takes notes the use of Generally. 7.    * Note: The big circle is the tressed syllable. may (not) expresses possibility in two different ways: some modal verbs . A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush. MATERIALS: Textbook . matching Then T introduces to A B Rhythm 1. It’s not the one I want. Black or white? a. Come for a swim. Tell me the time. MUST: expresses necessity. 2A. 8. MUST/ MUSTN’T: a. . 5 ms Practice reading he following sentences. I think he wants to go tomorrow.to express permission: It is old. 5.The clock on the mantelpiece 6.obligation . 3B           1. OBJECTIVES: By the end of the lesson.     2. May I come in? 2.poster III.fashioned and rarely used.GRADE:12 UNIT 10: ENDANGERED SPECIES Lesson 5: LANGUAGE FOCUS / 2015 Date of teaching: 12C1: / Period: 59 / / 2015 Date of planning: / / 2014 12C3: I. Walk down the path to the end of the canal. I’m going home today for Christmas 11. If you don’t have the best.Permission: This is not mostly in the first person and is formal. Ss will be able to know about rhythm in a sentence and know how to use modal verbs II. * Suggested answer: 1C. GRAMMAR: 10 ms @ Presentation : Revision of modal verbs: T gives examples and 1.      3. SS to pay attention to the 1. make the best of what you have.I go there a lot. PROCEDURE: TIM CONTENTS T’S & SS’ ACTIVITIES E 5 ms PRONUNCIATION: RHYTHM Match the right sentence or the group of words in A with the suitable T asks SS to do the symbol in B. . MIGHT: MIGHT (NOT) also expresses possibility. paying attention to the T plays the CD and asks stressed syllables. repeat in chorus 3. Most of them have arrived on the bus 9. Show me the way.present/ future probability: He may (not) be at home now. c. I go there a lot. stressed syllables and 2. He bought some carrots and cabbages. Where are you from? b. Apparently. Black or white? 2. 12. 10. It is used: . Might I ask you a favor? 3. We’ll see how we feel. there may be thunderstorms tomorrow. There are two types of necessity: . 4.to express probability We might (not) come to the party tonight.Where are you from?  3.

You needn’t ask first. 5. I needn’t/ don’t need/ haven’t got to get up today. They’ve already been washed. .logical necessity: Here must means “from the evidence. I’ve got to be at work early tomorrow.Learn the structures . It may/might rain later. We’ve got plenty of time. 2. the past form is had to and the negative didn’t have to When I was at school. MUSTN’T: is used for obligation and it means “obliged not to” or “not allowed” You mustn’t smoke in here. Be careful of that dog. 4. Jim gave me a letter to post. You needn’t come with me. Be careful. mustn’t or needn’t 1. You needn’t wash those tomatoes. There’s plenty of time for you to make up your mind. We needn’t walk all the way home. We haven’t got much time. We can keep this a secret between ourselves. 6. 3. 5. They may/might break something. I don’t want the children to play in this room. 6. This is valuable book. using must. 2. You needn’t decide now. Exercise: Complete the sentences. Just help yourself if you’d like something to eat. Take an umbrella with you when you go out. T gives feedback T asks SS to complete the sentences. 7. NEEDN’T: (OR DON’T NEED/ DON’T HAVE TO) is used to say that it is not necessary to do something. I had to/ didn’t have to wear a uniform. Jim gave me a letter to post. We needn’t tell anybody else.  Structure: S + Modal verbs + infinitive PRACTICE: Exercise: Complete the sentences. 4. I understand the situation perfectly. You may/might wake the baby up. T gives feedback T asks SS to complete the sentences. Exercise: Complete the sentences with must. I can manage the shopping alone. mustn’t needn’t T gives feedback . I mustn’t forgot to post it. ask come explain leave tell walk 1. You needn’t explain further. We’ve got plenty of time. 5. 2. You must look after it carefully and you mustn’t lose it. When must expresses obligation. using needn’t with one of the verbs in the box. We can get a taxi. We haven’t spent that much! b. It may/might bite you. We must hurry. 8. 3. I must remember to post it. We have enough food at home so we needn’t go shopping today. The footpath is very icy. IV. We needn’t hurry. HOMEWORK: . EVALUATION: T asks SS to complete the sentences. You may/might slip. using may/might with the verbs in the box. using may/might with one of the verbs in the box bite break need rain slip wake 1. 4. We may/might need it later. Don’t make too much noise. using needn’t the verbs in the box. 4. or we’ll be sent out. I don’t think we should throw that letter away. I’m sure this is true” This bill must be wrong.8 ms 8ms 8 ms 1m I must go home now. 6.Prepare for TEST YOURSELF D. We needn’t leave yet. 3.

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half 5.misty ['misti] (a): sương mù . and many governments started to give poachers severe punishments. elephants were under greater threat. bị câu thúc . some elephants populations. but there may have been at least 3-5 million elephants in Africa in the early part of the twentieth century. Solution: …………………… 15 ms II. It is difficult to know how many elephants once lived in the continent. Elephants are now hunted because they have T runs through some vocabulary and lets SS listen to the passage and complete the note. handouts… III.    2. bamboo shoots. There are now about 3 to 5 million elephants in    Africa. reading and grammar.die after birth. more than ……………. FACT ABOUT THE PANDA Habitat: (0) lives in high mountains in China Food: mainly………………………………. 12 ms I. students will be able to practise listening.Textbook. PROCEDURE: TIME CONTENT T’S & SS’ ACTIVITIES 5 m WARMER: Guessing Games T divides class into two big teams and and aks them to An animal that lives in bamboo forests in the play the game.000 elephants and they are living in a small number of countries.. or not mentioned (NM). mountain in central and western China. especially those in southern Africa. People have always hunted elephants for meat.captivity [kæp'tiviti] (n): tình trạng bị giam cầm. It is estimated that there are now about 500. false (F). A ban was given on all international trade in ivory in 1989. about…………. cloning (the panda) T asks SS to read the passage and answer the questions T may runs through some vocabulary if necessary SS read the passage silently and then do the task in individual T may call on some SS to . 1. have recovered over the last decade. READING: Read the text and decide if the following statements are true (T). II. Thanks to such timely actions.. numerous threats remain for Africa’s elephants.GRADE: 12 TEST YOURSELF D Period: 60 Date of planning: / / 2015 Date of teaching: 12C1: / / 2015 12C3: / / 2015 I.cloning [klouniη]: nhân bản Listen to the passage and complete the note with NO MORE THAN THREE words. Eating time:………………hours a day. 12 3.  A panda. As the human population grew and weapons became more advanced. leaves 2. hides and ivory.hide [haid] (n) da sống . T leads in the lesson.weapons ['wepənz] (n): vũ khí . Number. * Run through vocabulary: . OBJECTIVE: By the end of the lesson. However. 600 4. LISTENING: * Run through vocabulary: . câu trộm * Questions: T F NM 1.to poach [pout∫]: săn trộm. In the late 1970s and early 1980s there was a huge decline in the number of elephants due to the increase in poaching. MATERIALS: .in the wild and 100 in captivity Cubs.

... Doctor: (to patient’s wife): If the pain has gone... Occasionally they eat other plants.... 4.......... 3.............. Gap-Fill T asks SS to complete the sentences with must.......read the first four chapters. mustn’t or needn’t 1.... the trade in ivory has been prohibited    all over the world... There are only about 600 of these black-and-white bears in the wild and a hundred in captivity..5 points) Complete the sentences with must...overeat 2. Zoo notice: Visitors………..... They spend about 12 hours a day doing it.... mustn’t 5.... EVALUATION: ......... mustn’t 7........ 3... * Tape script: High in dense bamboo forest in the misty mountain of southwestern China lives one of the world’s rarest mammals: the panda........... Since 1989.................. One of the reasons is that the survival rate of the cubs is very low: more than half of them die shortly after birth............ Teacher: You………..... the number    of elephants decreased sharply.....................go on diet............... fish or small animals..................... School notice: The lifts………… be used in case of fire... needn’t. 4.... Doctor: You……….........feed the animal. Doctor: You…………... give their answer orally T gives feedback. mustn’t 3. 1 m HOMEWORK: ........ Railway notice: Passengers…………walk on the line 5.............Prepare for WRITING of Test yourself D.. mustn’t or needn’t 1........................ 7. The Chinese government is considering cloning the panda in their efforts to save this animal.. take any more of these... must 4. . but you………. eat sensibly and you ……….. needn’t IV. 5...... elephants are found only in certain    countries in the world....... Pandas feed mainly on bamboo shoots and leaves........ GRAMMAR: (2...... needn’t...................take more than two of these pills at once...... mustn’t 2. Pandas eat fast and they eat a lot.. 12 ms III.. Nowadays........ must................... 6.... Pandas are in extreme danger today. ...nowhere to hide....... mustn’t 6... he ………........ Three might be fatal.....read the whole book but you………..... During the late 1970s and early 1980s...........

group gives feedback. T asks a representative in Habitat: Grasslands. .quadruped: có 4 chân T leads in the lesson.000 to 3.Population: What is the population of rhino in the world? . Within historical times. MATERIALS: .000 – 1. Population: About 17.8 m long and weigh up to 3. with a horn or two horns on the nose  A Rhino or Rhinoceros Period: 61 12A7: / / 2013 T’S & SS’ ACTIVITIES T divides class into two big teams and and aks them to play the game. Reason for decline: Habitat destruction and illegal hunting 34 ms POST-WRITING: Exhibition EXHIBITION T chooses two writings and corrects in front of class. .Weight/ Height: What is the weight/ height of rhino? .8 m Weight: 1. II.Textbook.000 T corrects in general and Height: 1. . rhinos were still widespread in the African savannas and the tropical forests of Asia. OBJECTIVE: By the end of the lesson. Rhinos are known to sleep both standing and lying on the ground and are fond of wallowing in muddy pools and sandy . Other southern Asia.to roam: đi lang thang T asks SS to practise asking .000 in the world) now survive outside national parks and reserves.to wallow: đắm mình T gives feeckback * Ask and answer the questions.to depict: mô tả answering questions about . However.2 m and a weight of 1. PROCEDURE: TIME 5 ms WARMER: CONTENT Guessing Games A large thick-skinned quadruped animal in Africa and Southern Asia. students will be able to practise writing. Sample writing: Rhinos once roamed throughout Eurasia and Africa. The males can grow up 1.Life span: How long do they live? .Habitat: Where do rhinos live? .Food: What is their main food? . The life span of rhinos can be up to forty years.2 to 1. handouts… III. very few rhinos (about 17.savannas: thảo nguyên rhino.Reasons for decline: Why do they decline in the number? WHILE-WRITING: Write-it-up Study the information about the rhino then write a T asks SS to discuss about paragraph describing the animal and suggest possible the topic solutions to protect it from extinction. .000kg while the females are a bit smaller with the length of 1. tropical and subtropical forests in Africa and each group to write the result on the board.000 kg Food: Grass and plants tells the point of marks so Life span: About 40 years that SS remark themselves.500 kg.WRITING: * Run-through vocabulary: From the Speaking lesson. 10 ms PRE.GRADE: 12 TEST YOURSELF D Date of planning: / / 2013 Date of teaching: 12A5: / / 2013 12A6: / / 2013 I. and were known to early Europeans who depicted them in cave paintings.

...................................... IV..................... and stamping out the illegal trade in horn.......... EVALUATION: .............Rewrite the description after being corrected.Prepare for Unit 11.......... WWF is one of the few organizations attempting to solve these threats from all angles: strengthening protected areas in Africa and Asia.............. ........... Their main food is grass and plants................. HOMEWORK: .... .. lobbying to halt the illegal timber trade................river-beds..............

swallow a. không thể đặt xuống 5. You can’t read different types of books in the same    way. 5.to check [t∫ek]: kiểm tra Pre-activity: Answer the questions 1.    Task 3: Answer the questions. 4.poster III. 1. II. Books with good stories are often described as “hard   to-put-down”.reviewer [ri'vju:ə]: Nhà phê bình sách .Where is the girl in picture 4? .to pick up [pick up]: cầm lên . Ss will be able to know how to read different kinds of books. A B 1.What are they doing? . Many people only have time to read when they are    travelling. nếm (đọc thử) 2.What do they read books for? PRE-READING: Pre-teach vocabulary: . dip into b. T gives feedback. SS work in pairs to answer the questions.GRADE: 12 UNIT 11: BOOKS Lesson 1: READING Period: 62 Date of planning: / / 2013 Date of teaching: 12A5: / / 2013 12A6: / / 2013 12A7: / / 2013 I. OBJECTIVES: By the end of the lesson. Television has replaced books altogether.Where are the people in picture 1. 7ms 5 ms 7 ms 8ms . MATERIALS: Textbook . 1c 2f 3a 4e 5b 6g 7d T asks SS to read the text and decide T or F or NI. What kind of books do you enjoy reading most/least?English books 3. tiêu hoá(đọc & suy ngẫm ) 3. T asks SS to read the text again and answer the . PROCEDURE: TIME CONTENTS T’S & SS’ ACTIVITIES 5ms WARM UP: Picture presentation T elicits the pictures from SS to introduce the lesson. “hard-to-pick-up-again” d. Do you often read books?  They are reading books 2. digest e. 2? . mine example example T asks SS some Questions. khó mà cầm lên lại 6. nhai (nghiền ngẫm) Task 2: Decide whether the following statements are true or false or not mentioned T F NI 1. How many ways of reading are there? T provides ss some words and gives the meaning. When you “taste” a book you read it carefully from    the beginning to the end. nuốt (đọc ngốn ngấu) 4. chấm vào(đọc qua loa) 7. How often do you read books? every time WHILE-READING: Task 1: Match the words / phrases in A with the Vietnamese equivalent in B. T asks SS to work in pairs to find the meaning of the words. taste c. 2. “hard-to-put-down” g. T asks ss to explain your choice. 3. chew f.

Prepare vocabulary for Speaking lesson questions. SS write their answer on the board. What are the advantages of TV over books?  TV can bring you all the information and stories with colour. T gives feedback.Learn vocabulary and read aloud. What should you do before starting to read a book carefully and slowly?  I should read a few pages to see if it’s the one I can easily read and understand. 5. When might you “swallow” a book?  I swallow a book when I find a good story and have time to enjoy it. SS discuss in group of 4. POST-READING: Discuss the following question: “Which do you prefer. 4. . you can keep a book forever and read it many times. picture and action. 3. 2. Each group will present their discussion. HOMEWORK: . . watching TV or reading books?” Explain your choice. What are the advantages of books over TV?  Books are still a cheap way to get information and entertainment.7ms 1m  There are three ways of reading.

GRADE: 12 UNIT 11: BOOKS Lesson 2: SPEAKING Period: 63 Date of planning: / / 2013 Date of teaching: 12A5: / / 2013 12A6: / / 2013 12A7: / / 2013 I. witty and very kind to sentences. What is he like? first. May I ask you some questions? B: Yes. Ss will be able to make interview about books. science fiction. A: Good morning. of course. I like it very much.T runs through the do you like to read? b. A young boy. romance. PRESENTATION: 15ms Run through vocabulary: T provides SS some words. PRACTICE: 15ms Ask and answer about the book.short . I like reading all sorts of books. How do you often stories. A: Do you often read books? B: Yes. 2.e 5. T sets the scene first SS work in pairs to practise the conversation. T calls some pairs to practise the conversation. I’m reading “The Chamber of Secrets”.  (to) read through đọc từ đầu đến cuối T lets SS read the words.d 6.b character? e.c 2.  a character ['kæriktə] nhân vật Ss write the words in their  thoroughly ['θʌrəli] (adv) kỹ lưỡng textbook. I read books whenever I have free time. A: What kinds of books do you like to read? B: I often read science books. Who is the main one of Harry Potter books. Harry Potter. A: How do you often read books? . T asks SS to match the A B questions to the answer. What are you doing parents are dead. . MATERIALS: Textbook – poster – chalk . When do you often other people. I often read through the book quickly 6. I do. read books? d.board III.  science fiction ['saiəns'fik∫n] truyện khoa học viễn tưởng  romance [rou'mæns] (n) truyện tình cảm lãng mạn Match the questions in column A with the answers in column B. read books? c.Ss work in pairs. OBJECTIVES: By the end of the lesson.T calls some SS to tell 3. I’m a reporter of An Giang Television. PROCEDURE: TIM CONTENTS T’S & SS’ ACTIVITIES E 5 ms WARMER: Brainstorming T gets SS to give as many picture books kinds of books as possible SS work in two big groups Sorts of books and give the answers in competition T leads to the new lesson. Keys: 4.f 4. . at the moment? f. 1. He is brave. II. 1.a 3. What kinds of books a. their answer. whose 5.

.....B: When I find a good book............. likes reading books very much....................... A: That’s all for our interview................... .......Good morning................................................ ................................ beginning with...... EVALUATION: ...........................................................Write a paragraph about what you have reported to the class ................................ B: You’re welcome............ I read it thoroughly........ 9ms PRODUCTION: Ss work in groups of 4 to Report the results to class....... Sometimes I read it again. everybody.. ....Prepare for the LISTENING lesson... ………............. report about what they ............................ have talked... A: When do you often read books? B: I read books whenever I have free time...... ..................... IV.Learn the vocabulary. He/She often … 1m HOMEWORK .. Thank you very much.......

but they care for one another almost as if they were a (1)_____. T asks SS to explain the answers. A. Task 2: Listen again and fill in the gaps. Sheila Burnford 2. The most impressive of T lets SS listen to the CD 2 times and do task 1. To the Canadian wilderness. Where does the Canadian family go? A. B. The title of the book is ________. A. Students will be able to listen and do Multiple choice questions and gapfilling tasks. To visit a friend who lives 300 miles away. 1. II. three Canadian friends C. They want to find their owners. 4. How the animals can survive life in the wilderness in order to get home. What is the central theme of the book? A. C. a Canadian family B. incredible wilderness fascinating unnoticed [in'kredəbl] ['wildənis] ['fæsineitiη] [.ri:ju:'naitid] II. The Incredible Journey C. OBJECTIVES: By the end of the lesson.LISTENING: Task 1: Listen to a woman talking about the book that she has just read and do the tasks that follow.pə:sə'næləti] [sə'vaiv] [. C. T calls some SS to read the answer. How to resolve an animal problem. B. Each animal has a distinct personality. What questions do T sets the scene. PROCEDURE: TIME CONTENTS T’S & SS’ ACTIVITIES 5 ms WARM UP: Network Tom & Jerry 101 spotted dogs T asks SS to give as many stories/films as possible Two big groups stories/films about animals T leads in the new lesson 10 ms 15 ms 5 ms Mickey Mouse Lion King I. MATERIALS: Textbook – CD player – CD – poster – chalk – board.ʌn'noutist] journey personality survive reunited ['dʒə:ni] [. The book is about _______.UNIT 11: BOOKS GRADE: 12 Lesson 3: LISTENING Period: 64 Date of planning: / / 2013 Date of teaching: 12A5: / / 2013 12A6: / / 2013 12A7: / / 2013 I. Ss listen to the passage again and fill in the gaps. B. Canadian Wilderness B. you ask him/her? T lets SS listen and repeat Listen and repeat: some words. PRE-LISTENING: Your partner has just read an interesting book. 5. Why do the animals leave the friend’s house? A. T asks SS to write their . They want to know how to survive life in the wilderness. WHILE. three animals friends 3. How to take care of other people. They were not well treated by the friend. III. To England C.

...... The central theme of the book.....Would you like to read the book? S2....... Instead she was faithful to her characters as animals and showed us their journey through animal eyes................. ................... The author didn't try to turn the animals into people........ They never could have completed the journey alone... but they care for one another almost as if they were a family................ 1m HOMEWORK: ... (1) family The author didn't try to turn the animals into people.... hut amazingly he found the strength to make it.............. That (4) journey made the book interesting and unbelievable..... a book about three animal friends who travel across the Canadian wilderness looking for their owners...Yes. is how to survive life in the wilderness in order to arrive home........ The most impressive of them is the old dog......... S1..... I think that anyone who has ever had a (5)_____ or wanted one would enjoy it.... they are able to leave the friend's house unnoticed and begin the long journey to find their owners........ speaking (2) strength and acting like (3)_____...... Each animal has a distinct personality................. The journey was the most difficult for him. the pets miss their family...... ....... POST.... I would recommend the book to anyone who likes animals......... 9 ms III......................... speaking and acting like humans. S1....LISTENING: Asks and answer the question: “Would you like to read the book Ss work in groups of 4 to or wouldn’t you? Why/ Why not? discuss the question........ EVALUATION: . ......Why? S2. When a Canadian family goes to England for a long trip... (5) pet I would recommend the book to anyone who likes animals. Though well treated by the friend........Because I want to know about animal’s life ....... Instead she was faithful to her characters (3) humans as animals and showed us their (4)_____ through animal eyes... Tapescript: BOOKS I recently read The Incredible Journey by Sheila Burnford.............. One day................ a problem the animals must resolve........ but they take care of one another.... they leave their three pets with a friend who lives 300 miles away.. hut answers on the BB. I think that anyone who has ever had a pet or wanted one would enjoy it......... IV........Write a paragraph about what you have discussed in Post-listening.... That made the book interesting and unbelievable..them is the old dog................................................. and all the three make it and are reunited with their owners...Learn all the new words... amazingly he found the (2)_____ to make it... It is a fascinating story that describes some of the incredible things animals can do.... The journey was the most difficult for him...

thất vọng. Where is the book set? 5. II.GRADE: 12 UNIT 11: BOOKS Lesson 4: WRITING Date of planning: / / 2013 Date of teaching: 12A5: / / 2013 12A6: / / 2013 I. ngã lòng Task 1: Below are questions you have to answer when writing a 7 ms report on a book.depressed (adj) [di'prest] : chán nản. 6. 2. What is the plot of the story? S3.) . Who are the main characters? Wolf Larsen. T gives suggested dialogue . Put the questions under the correct headings. What is the main theme of the book? 6. yêu quái . * Suggested answers: . 3. loài vật . MATERIALS: Textbook– poster – chalk – board. What type of book is it? A novel on love and violence. but they are jumbled. What type of book is it? S2. PROCEDURE: TIME CONTENTS 5 ms WARMER: Name what you should mention a book report. 7.General introduction 7. Students will be able to describe a book. Who are the main characters? 8. What is the plot of the story? It's about a literature researcher Van Wayden and a female writer Period: 65 12A7: / / 2013 T’S & SS’ ACTIVITIES Brainstorming T asks SS to give as many stories/films as possible Two big groups T leads in the new lesson T runs through some words Matching T asks SS to do the matching in task 1 T gives feedback. What is the title of the book? 4.The main character .The title of the book .Your opinion …………….WRITING: Run through Vocabulary: .. Who's the author? Jack London. What is the title of the book? "The Sea Wolf".Conclusion: 1. 5.construct (v) [kən'strʌkt] : làm xây dựng (nhà cửa.graveyard (n) ['greivjɑ:d] : nghĩa địa. III. S1. bãi tha ma .Summary of the book’s content 2. Reference answers: 1.monster (n) ['mɔnstə] : quái vật. 4. What is the main theme of the story? Cruelty. a cruel captain. What was your opinion of the book? 3. Van Weyden and Maud Brewster. T asks SS to practise asking and answering questions above about a book they have just read.creature (n) ['kri:t∫ə] : sinh vật.. OBJECTIVES: By the end of the lesson. Would you recommend the book? 7 ms Task 2 : Ask and answer the above questions about a book you have just read.. Where is the book set? On a pirate's ship on the Pacific Ocean. 3 ms PRE . Who is the author? 9. strength and love.The book’s author .

W. They spent days in lack of food and suffered from severe cold. WHILE-WRITING: Task 3: Write a report on a book you have read recently based on Write-it-up the results of Task 1 and 2 T asks SS to write a report on a book you have read recently based on the results of Task 1 and 2 POST-WRITING: Sharing and Comparing SHARING AND COMPARING T asks SS to share and I have recently read a novel "Sea Wolf". Their bravery and courage brought the true love and happiness to them. Weyden and Brewster defeated Larsen's inhuman actions. Facing a lot of dangers and cruelty. Through the whole story. . In a word. HOMEWORK: .Learn all the new words.C and rescued by a sealer owned by a cruel captain Wolf Larsen.Rewrite a book report about what you have corrected. Pairwork There are three main characters in the novel.15 ms 7 ms 1m Maud Brewster. the ship was caught in another storm and thrown on a deserted beach. Facing a lot of dangers and cruelty. who were caught in a storm and rescued by a sealer owned by a cruel captain Wolf Larsen. On its way. What was your opinion of the book? The book was very interesting and loving. It’s worth reading and it gives a lesson: the true love and only with the true love can man find their true happiness. The story is set on a pirate’s ship on the Pacific Ocean. Weyden and Brewster defeated Larsen's inhuman actions. T goes round and collects Van Weyden and Maud Brewster. Would you recommend the book? Yes. the true love always wins. it can be said that the true love and charity can defeat the cruelty. They spent days in lack of food and suffered from severe cold. in the end. . On its way. Their bravery and courage brought the true love and happiness to them. They are Wolf Larsen. 8. 9. A literature researcher Van mistakes Wayden and a female writer Maud Brewster were caught in a storm T. which was written by Jack compare their writings London. in the end. The book is very interesting as it evokes in our depth a human feeling about the strength of love. .Prepare passive voice for next lesson: Language Focus. the ship was caught in another storm and thrown on a deserted beach.

P .should have + P.? B: Yes.may be + P. I think it will be fine. 2. She’s gone for a walk in the park.GRADE: 12 UNIT 11: BOOKS Lesson 5: LANGUAGE FOCUS Period: 66 Date of planning: / / 2013 Date of teaching: 12A5: / / 2013 12A6: / / 2013 12A7: / / 2013 I.g.may have been + P.P . OBJECTIVES: By the end of the lesson.  Suggested answer: T leads SS to the new A: Who wrote The Adventure of Tom Sawyer? lesson: Rhythm.P . B: It was written by Mark Twain. 3. III.ought to + V .P .? B: Tom Sawyer. Come and see us at our new apartment.P Ex: This report must be finished today. and beat.may have + P. e.must have been + P.P . You must learn your lesson. Peter’s coming in a few minutes if he can. A: Do you like it? B: Yes. A: Who is the main character? B: Tom Sawyer.ought to be + P.must have + P.should + V . MATERIALS: Textbook– poster – chalk – board. accent. Mark the primary stress over the main stress syllables. three times. 4. I like reading it very much.P . 5. T calls 2 SS to give their answer on board. 3 ms PRONUNCIATION RHYTHM ['riðəm] nhịp điệu T runs through some words movement or procedure with uniform or patterned recurrence of a T reads the sentences. II. I wonder if he’ll ever come back. Why was he trying to embarrass me? 5. Why did you behave like that? 2. .P . Come for a swim. Probably he wanted you to notice him.P Active Passive . * Form: S + modal V + be + P.P .should have been + P. or the like. 3. 1. Where’s your new apartment? Is it in another district? 4... PROCEDURE: TIME CONTENTS T’S & SS’ ACTIVITIES 5 ms WARMER: T writes the open dialogue A: Who wrote The Adventure of Tom Sawyer? B: ……………… on board and asking SS to A: ………………………………. paying attention to the read the sentences twice or stressed syllables.may + V . then lets the whole class Practise reading the following sentences.should be + P. Students will be able to review Rhythm and learn modals with passive voice.must be + P. GRAMMAR: 7 ms MODALS IN THE PASSIVE VOICE: T gives examples to lead in Presentation: the new lesson.P . complete the dialogue. T asks SS to give the form. 1. A: …………………….must + V . Your lesson must be learned. I like reading it very much.

10. The mystery can’t be solved. SS work in pairs to change the sentences into passive voice. 3. Exercise 2: Following is a conversation between two characters in a science fiction about space travel. 7. Food (could/select) could be selected from food preference forms that tourists completed before the trip. Your bill should be paid before you leave the hotel. SS write the answer on the BB. 8. And meals (ought to/make) ought to be made as pleasant as possible. T asks SS to work in pair again to do the exercises. Complete it with the suitable passive form of the verbs in brackets. I’d like to ask how meals (will/prepare) will be prepared in the Space Station. Kay. Kay: Neither.m Suggested answers: 2. 9. HOMEWORK: .Prepare for Unit 12 T asks SS to do the exercises on textbook. Toothpaste can be bought at the drugstore. . How should food (should/choose) be chosen to suit everyone’s taste? Dr.10 ms 10 ms 1m PRACTICE: Exercise 1: Rewrite the sentences in the passive. Naomi: But the tourists will be from different parts of the world. .Revise the structure. SS write their answer on the BB. Kay: An international menu (have to/ offer) has to be offered. 1. Naomi: Dr. 5. This machine mustn’t be used after 5. The children should be warned not to speak to strangers. It might kill her.we should be given the information now 6.T corrects. She shouldn’t be told the news. The flowers should be kept in a warm sunny place.30 p. Is food (be going to/cook) going to cooked on board or taken in the form tablets? Dr. Gourmet meals (will/pre-package) will be prepackaged on Earth then they (can/warm up) can be warmed up on board. This machine must be cleaned every time you use it. Travelers’cheques can be exchanged at most banks. . 4.

cản trở. . can thiệp III. we are going to read about some kinds of water sports. eject c.synonym . 1–e 2–c 3–a 4–b 5–d . someone who tries to defeat another person in a 5. What are they doing? 3. handouts… III. WARMER: Match each part of the picture with its name T’S AND SS’ ACTIVITIES Matching T chooses two teams Each team give their answers on the board a ball game played in water between two teams T checks and leads Ss to the Questions and answers Names 10 ms 7 ms  goalie  ball  vertical post  crossbar  net II. PROCEDURE: TIM E 5 ms CONTENT I. and read for specific information II. a situation in a game when two teams have the 4. opponent a. T leads Ss to the lesson. to punish a team or player who breaks the rules d. WHILE-READING: Task 1: Match the words in column A with their meaning in column B A B 1. T calls on some Ss to give their ideas Then.  Pre-teach vocabulary: to sprint: [sprint] chạy nước rút. comprehend the passage.explanation . PRE-READING:  Questions: 1. an action in sports that is against the rules 3.translation Matching T asks SS to find the word in A appearing in the passage and match it with a suitable meaning in B Pairwork T gives feedback. để phòng thủ to commit [kə'mit] phạm tô êi to interfere [. What is the name of this game?  Leading: Today. OBJECTIVE: By the end of the lesson. MATERIALS: . to make someone leave a game 2.GRADE: 12 UNIT 12: WATER SPORTS Lesson 1: READING Period: 67 Date of planning: / / 2013 Date of teaching: 12A5: / / 2013 12A6: / / 2013 12A7: / / 2013 I. Are there a lot of people in the picture? 2.intə'fiə] gây trở ngại. chạy hết tốc lực defensive [di'fensiv] (a): bảo vê ê. Where is the game played? 4.Textbook. foul same scores e. tie competition Questions and Answers SS discuss in groups of 4 first Then. pictures.explanation . students will be able to guess meaning from context. penalize b.

....8. Where is the ball when the game starts? T divides the class into three 3.................. It is in the centre of the pool.......6 ms 9 ms Task 2: Complete the following sentences. T gives feedback.... 4.... 1) 1. 7 ms IV.......... A free throw is awarded for minor fouls.... Water polo is played in a pool _____ metres deep... the visiting team wears _____ and the goalies wear _____.... 30........ .. Which players are allowed to hold the ball with both hands? Each group gives their 5.......... EVALUATION: Table completion T asks SS to work in groups and complete the table SS works in groups of 4 T checks the information SS fill in the table T models the comparison and calls on some Ss to give their presentation . People can play it in a pool....... Only the goalie can hold / is allowed to hold the ball with both hands............ HOMEWORK: ... Gap-fill T and Ss run through the task T calls on some Ss to give their answers on the board.. Comprehension questions 1.............. How can the ball be advanced? groups 4..... Football Water polo Places to play stadium Main rules Number of players Length of time Ex: Football is often played in the stadium while / but / whereas water polo is played in a pool............................. blue caps.... _____ long and _____ wide.... 7... 20 2) white caps...... A game is divided into quarters ranging from _____ in length......Write a paragraph about the comparison between football and water polo ........ 6...... 1.............READING:  Make a comparison between football and water polo.............. using the following suggestions. POST.. They player is ejected after committing five personal fouls... ...... group winner... 1 m V............... 5.. 2.. 8.. Both teams sprint for the ball from _____.......................... What happens to a player who commits five personal fouls? answers on the board @ Answer keys T checks and decides the 4. Where can people play water polo? T gives the instruction 2.... 5...... such as _____.... 3) their own goal lines 4) holding or punching the ball 5) five to eight minutes Task 3: Ask and answer the following questions.. 3....... The home team wears _____..Prepare vocabulary for lesson 2: Speaking IV.. using the information from the passage... caps with the number 1 I white........ The ball can be advanced by passing with one hand or swimming with the head above the water and the ball between the arms so it rides on the wave created by the swimmer’s head.....

synchronized swimming * Lead in: Today we will know more information about types of water sports through “Speaking lesson”. Where is water polo played? 2. Ex: Water polo is played in a pool.Textbook. công kích an oar [ɔ:(r)] mái cheo a regulator ['regjuleitə] người điều chỉnh máy điều chỉnh fins [fin] vây cá. mạo hiểm dangerous ['deindʒrəs] (a): nguy hiểm to attack [ə'tæk] tấn công. PRESENTATION: Pre-teach vocabulary: adventurous [əd'vent∫ərəs] (a): phiêu lưu. swimming f. handouts… III. SS work in pairs and do the task. synchronized swimming (bơi nghệ thuật) c. water polo c. T leads Ss to the lesson translation example explanation visual explanation visual Set the scene Questions and answers Orally T. scuba-diving (lặn với bình khí) b. MATERIALS: . 3. It is played in a team. windsurfing e. T’S AND SS’ ACTIVITIES Matching T asks SS to look at the pictures on page 131 and match the names with the appropriate water sports. students will be able to talk about types of water sports and give opinions and preferences about water sports.GRADE: 12 UNIT 12: WATER SPORTS Lesson 2: SPEAKING Period: 68 Date of planning: / / 2013 Date of teaching: 12A5: / / 2013 12A6: / / 2013 12A7: / / 2013 I.C . II. II. PROCEDURE: TIM E 5 ms CONTENT I. It is played with a ball. WARMER: Match the names with the appropriate water sports 16 ms       a.W. rowing b. f. Then T gives feedback. scuba-diving d. windsurfing (lướt ván buồm) e. What is played with? 3. chân vịt Questions: 1. Water polo is played in a pool 2. rowing (đua thuyền) a. Is it played in a team or played individually? Possible answers: 1. swimming bơi lội) d. OBJECTIVE: By the end of the lesson. It is played with a ball and people played it in a team. water polo (bóng nước) Then.

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.Prepare vocabulary for lesson 3: Listening T runs through the table and asks SS to practise asking and answering the questions modeled below............ However.. What is _____ played with? 3... fins Questions: 1.................. EVALUATION: ....... PRACTICE: Task 2: Look at the table and talk about each of the water sports Equipment Type of Number of players / Place required to Sports participants play with Water polo pool ball team sea..... adventurous … prefer … to… III.... Where is _____ played? 2. sail individually surfing air tank..... Rowing boat... HOMEWORK: .... lake board................ Then... oars individually.. ....... T makes the model with a good student.......... team river Wind sea......... ..... wet pairs.......... + in teams / pairs / individually T gives feedback and writes useful language on board + with dangerous... team diving suit. T calls on some pairs to practise in class T asks SS to discuss the questions in groups of 4 T gives suggested questions and models Then... Do people play ___ individually or in pairs or in a team? IV............... Which of the above sports do you prefer? Why? b... T asks Ss to practise in pairs Next................. V........ T calls on some other groups to present in class. IV.. . it can be dangerous because you can easily be attacked by sharks.... PRODUCTION: Task 3: Discuss the question: Which of the above sports would you prefer playing / participating in? Explain why? Suggested questions: a............................... Scubasea regulator............. Would you like to participate in it? Why(not)? Example: I prefer scuba-diving to water polo because it is adventurous................... mask.. lake.................................... Useful language: Active: S + play(s) + O Passive: S + (be) + played 17 ms 6m 1m Elicit from the examples above.Write about a type of water sports you like best......................

* Listen and repeat: synchronized swimming Chicago Teacher’s College Annette Kellerman Wright Junior College Katherine Curtis Amateur Athletic Union III. T leads Ss to the pre-listening activity. T and Ss run through the statements Then. Curtis’s water ballet club attracted both national and international publicity  3. Questions and answers T asks SS to practice asking answering the questions Then T lets them give their ideas orally and leads SS to the lesson T and SS run through the words Then. WARMER: water polo Types of water sports 7 ms 10 ms II. T reads word by word Ss listen and repeat (chorally and individually) T / F statements. PRE-LISTENING: * Look at the picture and discuss in groups whether this water sport is played:  in a swimming pool or in the sea  with or without equipment  individually or in a team * Lead in: Today we are going to listen to a woman talking about synchronized swimming. OBJECTIVE: By the end of the lesson. T lets Ss listen twice After that. PROCEDURE: TIM E 5 ms CONTENT I.Textbook. Rules for synchronized swimming competition are based mainly on scoring method used in gymnastic and skating Period: 69 12A7: / / 2013 TS’ AND SS’ ACTIVITIVES Brainstorming T chooses two teams. First. students will be able to: . handouts… III.Answer comprehension questions II. Each team writes their ideas on the board From that. Ss share their answers with their friends Next.Decide on True/False statements . MATERIALS: .Improve their listening skills through hearing monologue .UNIT 12: WATER SPORTS GRADE: 12 Lesson 2: LISTENING Date of planning: / / 2013 Date of teaching: 12A5: / / 2013 12A6: / / 2013 I. WHILE-LISTENING: Task 1: Listen to a woman talking about synchronized swimming and decide whether the following statements are true (T) or false (F) T F 1. T calls on some Ss to give their answers on the board T checks (Ss listen one more time) . Synchronized swimming was first performed in a lake    2.

.......... the AAU officially accepted synchronized swimming as a competitive sport for team events........... Who developed the competition rules of synchronized swimming? 4.... Shortly afterwards....... The Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) staged the first multi-team competition on March 10. based essentially on the scoring methods used in gymnastics and diving.... 2) She founded a water ballet club in 1923..... 3) Curtis did 4) They were conducted in 1946......... So she tried to get synchronized swimming added to the physical education programme for female students................... HOMEWORK: ......1907: ..8 ms 6 ms 1m  4.................. When did Katherine Cutis found a water ballet club? 3................... an American woman....... When were the first formal national championships conducted? 5... In 1923 she founded a water ballet club at the University of Chicago and sixty swimmers of the club attracted national and international publicity.. IV............ using the cues below: .... ............... When did synchronized swimming become an Olympic event? @ Answer key: 1) The great Australian swimmer........... between Chicago Teacher's College coached by Curtis and Wright Junior College of Illinois........1923: ........... planted the first seed of what was to become synchronized swimming when she performed a water ballet in a glass tank in New York in 1907... ............. Synchronized swimming became an Olympic event at the Los Angeles Games in 1984. Ss work in groups of 4 T gives feedback IV........ Annette Kellerman.. 1939.......................1984: V....... Curtis developed the competition rules..... the Central Association of the Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) staged the first multi-team competition on March 1.. T may let SS hear the second time if necessary.1946: ................... The first recorded competition was held in 1907  5.......... 5) It became an Olympic event in 1984... 1940..... Who invented synchronized swimming? 2........ POST-LISTENING: Talk about the history of synchronized swimming.. The following year..... The sport quickly became popular among young women in Chicago... Annette Kellerman did..... student at the University of Wisconsin. was very inspired by the new water sport............ SYNCHRONIZED SWIMMING The great Australian swimmer......... In 1946 the first formal national championships were conducted by the AAU...... Then T corrects with the whole class..... EVALUATION: .......... The first recorded competition was held on May 27...................... Katherine Curtis.. Summary T supplies some cues. 1940 Task 2: Listen again and answer the questions: 1.....Prepare vocabulary for lesson 4: Writing Comprehension questions T asks SS to listen to the CD again and answer the questions.

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0 1 2 3 4 0) Set yourself in vertical position. Read and match each sentence with one appropriate action.to touch [tʌt∫] chạm. MATERIALS: .to stand with one’s feet apart: Task 1: Below are the instructions for warm-up exercises before swimming.first . Write the instructions for one warm-up exercise before playing water polo.horizontally [.hɔri'zɔntəli] theo chiều ngang . 4) Raise your hands above your head. WHILE-WRITING: Task 2: Look at the pictures below.fingertips touch the ground .GRADE: 12 UNIT 12: WATER SPORTS Lesson 4: WRITING Date of planning: / / 2013 Date of teaching: 12A5: / / 2013 12A6: / / 2013 I. students will be able to give instructions.then . Zero has been done as an example. * Useful language: . push both arms out straight in front of you. OBJECTIVE: By the end of the lesson. Use the verbs in the box.to look straight ahead: nhìn thẳng về phía trước . đứng . cong xuống . looking straight ahead.bend forward .Textbook. PROCEDURE: TIM E 5 ms CONTENT I.to bend [bend] cúi xuống.push … back to … . WARMER: Synchronized swimming Water sports 13 ms 18 ms II. 1) Put out your arms to the sides horizontally. Period: 70 12A7: / / 2013 TS’ AND SS’ ACTIVITIVES Network T gets SS to work in groups and think of what they think about features of a desert T gives feedback and leads SS to the lesson visual visual mime mime mime mime Matching T asks SS to do task 1 in pairs T models 1 T checks SS’ understanding by using mime Then T elicits useful language Write-it-up Ss work in groups of 4 T goes around to encourage Ss . PRE-WRITING: * Pre-teach vocabulary: .again .vertical ['və:tikl] thẳng đứng. 3) Put down your arms to the first position. 2) Stand with your feet apart.finally III. tiếp xúc . II. handouts… III.

................ Bend forward... 1 m V............ Set yourself in vertical position......................................... Finally..... fingertips touch the ground between the feet. 5.......... IV. Then bend again................. HOMEWORK: .................... 4..................................... push each arm back to the first position.......... fingertips touch the ground.....8 ms set stand 1 2 bend raise touch 3 4 You may begin with: 1.... ............... Raise your hands above your head...Prepare for the next lesson: Language focus IV.................... Stand with your feet apart......... EVALUATION: Correction T calls two groups to display their posters on the board T and TWC correct the mistakes ................ 3....... …………………………………………... …………………………………………....... ....................... …………………………………………..................... ………………………………………….. POST-WRITING: to involve in group-work put 5 SHARING AND COMPARING Suggested writing: Set yourself in vertical position.......... 2..........................

Examples From the examples. PROCEDURE: TIME 12 ms 10ms 12 ms 10 ms CONTENT PRONUNCIATION ELISION  Disappearance of vowels: every ['evri] difference ['difrəns] secretary ['sekrətri] momentary ['məm'əntri] comfortable ['kʌmftəbl]  Loss of weak vowel after /p. II. (T) Smoke rises. My grandmother is very interested in history.Textbook. Tick the right column. Ex: Mr. I saw a handsome postman entering the garden. and which cannot? sleep read write lie meet occur grow help arrive rain exist climb Exercise 2: Which verbs in the following sentences are T (transitive) and which are I (intransitive). T elicits concept check and asks SS to copy down. 5. 1. k/ police [ph'li:s] tonight [th'nait] canary [kh'neəri]  Disappearance of consonants postman['pə'smən] last time[lɑ:staim] bandstand ['bæn(d)stænd]  Listen and repeat grandmother castle family awful history handsome postman garden interest Edinburgh  Practise reading these sentences. There are a lot of old castles in Edinburgh 3. West repeated his question. GRAMMAR TRANSITIVE AND INTRANSITIVE VERBS * PRESENTATION: The baby is sleeping They are reading books S V S V O Concept check: S + V(intransitive) S + V(transitive) + O sleep read go give lie buy stand build * PRACTICE: Exercise 1: Which of the following verbs can have an object. t. 4. Selecting T asks SS to decide which of the following verbs have an object or not T gives feedback Selecting T asks SS to decide the verbs are transitive or intransitive and then give explanation for each case. students will be able to pronounce elision and know more about verbs with and without objects. My family paid a visit to that castle two years ago. 2. handouts… III. OBJECTIVE: By the end of the lesson. . The meal was awful this evening.GRADE: 12 UNIT 12: WATER SPORTS Lesson 5: LANGUAGE FOCUS Period: 71 Date of planning: / / 2013 Date of teaching: 12A5: / / 2013 12A6: / / 2013 12A7: / / 2013 I. MATERIALS: . (I) T I T’S & SS’ ACTIVITIES T plays the CD with the sounds and asks SS to recognize the sounds T explains some cases of elision and asks SS to take notes T plays the CD and asks SS to repeat in chorus.

............... They are staying at a resort hotel in san Antonio. 12. The hotel supplies towels. V.....................  The bill will be paid 2.  The story was told by an old man. Sue will come tomorrow... 5.Learn vocabulary and grammar points ... 8.. A serious accident happened yesterday. I walked to the station with my friends.... Accidents happen every day............ 11.. Texas. HOMEWORK: .........   4. EVALUATION: .... An old man told the story... T gives feedback.. 9... The customer bought a lot of butter.....   6..   3.... Our team won the game...  I wasn’t surprised by the news..........   8...Prepare vocabulary for Revision Units 10...   5.. Selecting + Transformation T asks SS to choose the sentences that have objects and then change hem to the passive voice T gives feedback....... 7.. An will pay the bill..   2.  My mistakes were noticed....... Everyone noticed my mistakes.. Birds fly in the sky.. 6................. The train arrived at three.. 3. IV..  Towels are supplied by the hotel.... Their team won yesterday........ Exercise 3: Choose the sentences that have objects and then change hem to the passive voice... ..   7.. 10. Sue laughed loudly..... 1. 4........ Alice arrived at six o’clock.1m   1..... The news didn’t surprise me. The wind is blowing hard today..

scored 12. More fouls were______ in the final match than expected. II. students will be able to have an overview of units 10. biography B. T gives feedback T asks SS to do the exercise and give the explanation for each answer. involve B. If you show me B. useless 14. T gives feedback . completed 16. identify D. A ______ is a book or a movie with an exciting story T asks SS to do the exercise and give the explanation for each answer. PROCEDURE: CONTENT TIME 7 ms 15 ms T’S & SS’ ACTIVITIES PRONUNCIATION Choose the word whose main stress is different from that of the others in the group. A. spectrum 9. Unless you show me D. see B. Don't worry! A. reduced B. depend Choose the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from that of the others in the group. eject D.12. A. ejected C. When you show me C. Unemployment is a(n) ______ cause of poverty. imaginary 4. penalized D. preserved 10. seriously C. endanger 2. awareness C. major B. affect C. major C. serious D. a rope D. survive 8. He only had time to ______ into the report. 1. A. A. A. species D. novel B. OBJECTIVE: By the end of the lesson. Emotional problems can seriously ____with a student's work. In recent years. caused C.Textbook. damaged D. minor C. influence 17. forgiven B. A. handouts… III. temperature 3.GRADE: 12 CONSOLIDATION FOR TEST 3 Period: 72 Date of planning: / / 2013 Date of teaching: 12A5: / / 2013 12A6: / / 2013 12A7: / / 2013 I. major 15. He was lucky to escape from the accident with only _ injuries. _____ how to use this vacuum cleaner and I'll help you clean the house. agency B. dip C. notice C. A. serious C. A. driven C. minor D. derive D. A. break D. important B. November GRAMMAR & VOCABULARY Choose the word or phrase that best completes each sentence. A. special B. It's only a ______ problem.11. movement C. A. read 20. achieved D. done B. scientific D. remind B. a necktie C. A. protection D. A. commit B. Show me 19. severe 18. 11. specify C. 7. A. A. classify B. The word 'a tie' in this sentence closely means ______. He couldn’t read it thoroughly. a draw B. impressive C. fouls have been severely _in football matches. interfere D. A. 'The match ended in a tie'. a knot 13. unneeded D. noble D. committed C. MATERIALS: . minor B.

now 29. Yes. Scientists won't be able to investigate the seabed if there A B C 5 ms were no modern devices. That’s shame! 32.“__________.“Would you mind lending me your dictionary?” . . Best wishes! C. on D. endanger D. He's very busy with his business. a little C. is founded D. Me too! B. By the time we reach New York on Friday.“__________. biography 21. needn't D.” .“__________. I like B. __________.“______. I can’t D. will be spending 28.” A. A. It is contrary to Zoo regulations.” A. He has _ time for his family. . Great 36. may not D. How a shame! D.“I’m taking my diving contest tomorrow” . A. could B. danger B. a few B. The police prevented the motorist to drive home drunk. I also 34. We learned that the college ______ in 1900. comic B. little 31. will spend C.“I’m afraid I can’t go for a swim with you. .“Would you like to go for a drink with me?” . romance D. A dangerously situation was created by the bad roads. should 26. Can I look__ a word in your" dictionary? I left mine at home. up B.“I like scuba diving” . Here it is B. I’d love to. A B C D 38. A. I ______ arrive on time. after 30. A. . . horror B.” A. making B. I go C. A. Development of the area would ______ wildlife. found B. Not at all C. ever C. lately D. already B. have spent B. will have spent D. may 22. dangerously 25. A. non-fiction C.” A. getting 23. must B. I had trouble ______my car started this morning. mustn't C. A. thriller D. A ___is a book or movie that tells a story about a love affair. 35. A B C D 39. founded C. Yes. much D. romance D. we _____ over 60 hours traveling. dangerous C. doing C. T gives feedback T asks SS to do the exercise and give the explanation for each answer. causing D. A. Most of the houses on this street were build in the previous T asks SS to do the exercise and give the explanation for each answer. may C. thriller C. so please start dinner without me. was founded 24. should 27. T gives feedback . Luck! B. What a pity! B.“Yes.about crime or spying. D 37. Good luck! D. Also me C.” A. A. Good chance! 33. Have you seen any good films ______? A. in C. A. let’s D. For me the same D. We ___open the lion's cage. Patience! 5 ms C.

(42)______as parrots are caught alive and sold as pets. Finally. Surely 500 pages of original writing of this quality. 46. because B. such as Candia McWilliam and Rose Tremain.will soon be the only ones left. if D. 41. area B. Farmers use powerful chemicals to help them grow better crops. including R. to learn what next year's collection will contain C. or 43. give some advice to new writers D. animals are hunted for their fur or for other valuable parts of their bodies. What is the writer trying to do in the text? A. A. although I cannot understand why.is disappearing. Some birds.the place where they live . give her opinions about a new book B. and an extraordinary piece about herself from Ursula Owen. T gives feedback. like D. an D. to decide whether to complain about something T asks SS to read the passage and choose the option to fit each space.S. T asks SS to do the exercise and give the explanation for each answer. This is an exceptional collection and I for one can't wait to see what next year's choice will include. and could easily become (41)_______if we do not make an effort to protect them. for £6. For many animals and birds. and there are fewer open spaces than there once were. empty D. It's a strange fact that the less well-known people seem to have written mainly about food. where C. for houses or industry.both parts of novels and complete short stories makes up most of the book. Many species of animals are threatened. which includes a very funny article by Alan Rusbridger on certain newspapers. There are many reasons for this. disappeared 42. earth C.this piece should definitely not be read just after meals. unless Choose the item that best answers the question about the passage. It contains some very unpleasant scenes which could turn your stomach! There is fine work from ninet. Why would somebody read the text? A. that C. 5 ms Nowadays people are more aware that wildlife all over the world is in danger. A.human beings . extinct B. The man was too surprised that he couldn't say anything. A B C D 40. T gives feedback . Take my advice about Jane Harris's Those Nails . A. a 45. T may run through some words to make sure that SS can understand and do the task easier. 8 ms New Writing 3. In some cases. lost C. such B. give some information about new writers C. (45)_________we can solve this problem.99. however C. Some people have complained about this year's collection. there is a little non-fiction. A.een poets. More (43)_______is used for farms. A B C D Choose the word or phrase that best fits each space in the following passage. to find out about Alan Rusbridger's new novel D. The most successful animal on earth . but these chemicals pollute (44)______environment and harm wildlife. There are some enjoyable pieces by famous writers. give her opinions of newspaper journalists 47. soil 44. the B. the problem is that their habitat . is pretty amazing? Fiction .century. A. Thomas and John Burnside. to find more details about something B. There are pieces from novels-inprogress by Jim Crace and Jane Rogers. land D.

Functional language 5 6. How might you feel after reading Jane Harris's piece? A. B. It's very good.99 C. It's too serious. provided 2. A. primary 5. SS do the test individually)) * MATRIX: I. classify B. swallow 3. It's too long. but these chemicals pollute the environment and harm wildlife. the problem is that their habitats – the place where they live – is disappearing. Word choice 3 3. PRONUNCIATION (1. What does the writer think of New Writing 3? A. Stress 2 II. problem D. vanished C. damaged D. 1. for houses and industry. extinction D.0 m) 1.0 ms) 1. Passive voice 4 III. A. It's very amusing. Sounds 3 2. Great value: the best of new writing for only £6. style C. empty D. Tenses 3 7. ERROR IDENTIFICATION (1. Great value: newspapers for a whole year for only £6. penalty B. animals are (9) _____ for fur or other valuable parts of their bodies. A. More (10) _____ is used for farms.99 GRADE: 12 ONE-PERIOD TEST 3 Period: 73 Date of planning: / / 2013 Date of teaching: 12A5: / / 2013 12A6: / / 2013 12A7: / / 2013 * OBJECTIVE: . extinct . Word forms 3 2. threat C.0 m) 1. slowly D. pleasure D. Reading comprehension 5 V. allow B.Help SS test themselves what they have learnt from Unit 10 to unit 12. * WORK ARRANGEENT: Multiple choice (T gives handouts. hungry B. D. Harris and Burnside for only £6. Nowadays people are more aware that wildlife all over the world is in (6) ________. sick 50. A. 49. A. Prepositions 3 4. Many species are threatened. poems and articles only £6.48. unhappy D. excited Q. and sold as pets. Verb forms 4 5. 6. swallow B.99 B. subject C. and there are fewer open spaces than there once were. are caught alive. C. endangered B. Farmers use powerful chemicals to help them grow better crops. enough Choose the best option to complete the following passage. pretty D. Transformation 5 ONE PERIOD TEST 3 Choose the word which has the underlined part pronounced differently from the rest.99 D. WRITING (1. Some birds. destroyed C. danger B.0 m) IV. typical Choose the word which is stressed differently from the rest. Great value: poems by Tremain. Great value: two novels. animal C. Cloze-text 5 2. For many animals and birds. A. STRUCTURE AND VOCABULARY (5. There are many reason for this. vanishing 7. disappeared B. In some cases. READING (2.0 ms) 1. 4. below C. A. and easily become (7) _____ if we do not make an effort to (8) _____ them. such as parrots. Which of the followings describes New Writing 3? A.

8.
A. harm
B. defend
C. protect
D. serve
9.
A. hunted
B. chased
C. game
D. extinct
10. A. earth
B. soil
C. land
D. area
Read the following passage and do the task below:
The polar bear is very big white bear. We call it the polar bear because it lives inside the Arctic Circle near
the North Pole. There are no polar bears at the South pole.
The polar bear lives in the snow and ice. At the North Pole there is only snow, ice, and water. There is not
any land. You cannot see the polar bear in the snow because its coat is yellow-white. It has a very warm coat
because the weather is cold north of the Arctic Circle.
This bear is three meters long, and it weighs 450 kilos. It can stand up on its back legs because it has very
wide feet. It can use its long legs like arms. The polar bear can swim very well. It can swim 120 kilometers
out into the water. It catches fish and sea animals for food. It goes into the sea when it is afraid.
People like to kill the polar bear for its beautiful white coat. The governments of Canada, the United States,
and Russia say that no one can kill polar bears now. They do not want all of these beautiful animals to die.
11. The polar bears ____________________
A. live at the South Pole
B. are huge bears
C. live near the North Pole
D. don’t want to live on land
12. At the North Pole there is no ________________________
A. ice
B. snow
C. water
D. land
13. The polar bear ____________________ for food.
A. catches land animals
B. catches sea animals and fish
C. looks for trees
D. looks for fruit and vegetables
14. The polar bear can’t ____________________________
A. swim
B. go under the snow C. go into the land
D. stand up on its wide feet
15. According to the governments of Russia, Canada and the United States ____________
A. people like to kill polar bears because they have beautiful warm, yellow-white coats.
B. polar bears are beautiful and intelligent animals
C. polar bears have to be protected from poachers.
D. polar bears cannot live near the North Pole.
Choose the best answer:
16. Swimming and water skiing are both___________ sports.
A. aquatic
B. field
C. freestyle
D. blood
17. A lot of different conservation efforts have been made to ________endangered species.
A. save
B. kills
C. make
D. do
18. People aim to raise _________ of the dangers of passive smoking.
A. aware
B. awareness
C. unaware
D. unawareness
19. It was such a great book that I couldn’t put it ____________.
A. on
B. off
C. out
D. down
20. The film was_________boring that we had left before the end.
A. such
B. too
C. so
D. enough
21. You ________ ask a woman about her age. It’s not polite.
A. must
B. need
C. mustn’t
D. needn’t
22. You _______ touch that switch, whatever you do.
A. mustn't
B. needn't
C. won't
D. wouldn't
23. Books that give fact about real events, things, or people are called ____________.
A. novel
B. biography
C. romance
D. non-fiction
24. I’m really fond _____________ reading detective stories by Agatha Christie.
A. in
B. on
C. at
D. of
25. His parents made him do it.
A. He was made do it.
B. He was made to do it.
C. He made his parents to do it
D. His parents were made do it.
26. The animal characters made Sheila’s books interesting and _____________.
A. believe
B. unbelievable
C. believable
D. believed
27. His car needs _____________.
A. be fixed
B. fixing
C. to be fixing
D. fixed

28. I’m_________ I can’t keep my eyes open.
A. so tired that
B. such a tired
C. too tired that
D. very tired that
29. We can’t go along here because the road is _____________.
A. been repaired
B. being repaired
C. repaired
D. Repairing
30. Let's __________ it anymore!
A. not mention
B. not to mention
C. not mentioning
D. don't mention
31. ______ how to use this vacuum cleaner and I'll help you clean the house.
A. If you show me
B. Show me
C. Unless you show me D. When you show me
32. Mary and Betty are the two school girls ________ blond hair in my class.
A. with
B. in
C. wearing
D. whose
33. He was lucky to escape from the accident with only ______ injuries.
A. important
B. serious
C. major
D. minor
34. This book is not really __________.It is a waste of money buying it.
A. inform
B. information
C. informative
D. informatively
35. People enjoy a book __________ different ways.
A. in
B. with
C. for
D. on
36. - “Would you mind lending me your notebook?” - “__________.”
A. Yes. Here it is
B. Not at all
C. Yes, let’s
D. Great
37. Drogba: “Happy New Year !” Terry: “__________.”
A.You are the same!
B. Same for you!
C. The same to you!
D. Happy New Year with you!
38. Shop assistant: “__________”
Customer: “ I’m trying to find a Christmas present .”
A. What do you want?
B. Pleased to meet you
C. How are you?
D. Good morning, can I help you?
39. Ronaldo: “ ____________ ?” Messi : “I am very well, thanks.”
A. How do you do
B. How are you
C. Are you well
D. What are you like
40. David: “You’ve got a beautiful jacket!”
– Helen: “________.”
A. I do
B.You, too
C. Okay
D. Thanks for your compliment
Find ONE mistake in each of the following sentences that needs correcting.
41. My parents often take careful of me when I am ill.
A
B
C
D
42. Have you ever read any novels writing by Jack London?
A
B C
D
43. He studied very hard, so he passed the exam easy.
A
B C
D
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45. This class has cancelled because too few students had registered before registration closed.
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46. He last had his car repaired 2 weeks ago.
A. He has had his car repaired for 2 weeks.
B. He had repaired his car § weeks before.
C. He had not repaired his car for 2 weeks then.
D. He didn't have any repair to his car in 2 weeks.
47. John lent me this book.
A. This book was lent to me by John.
B. I lent this book to John.
C. This book is lent to me by John.
D. I was lent by John this book.
48. People say that prevention is better than cure.
A. It is said that prevention is better than cure.
B. Prevention is said to be better than cure.
C. Prevention is to have said to be better than cure. D. A and B are correct.
49. The gate was closed to stop the children running into the road.
A. The gate was closed so the children running into the road.
B. The gate is closed so that children don’t run into the road.
C. The gate was closed so that the children couldn’t run into the road.
D. The gate is closed that the children couldn’t to run into the road.
50. Too tired to continue, David stopped walking.

A. David couldn’t stop walking because he was to tired.
B. David couldn’t carry on walking because he was too tired.
C. David was too tired to carry out walking.
D. David can’t continue to walk when he’ stirred.
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OBJECTIVES: . poster. 1. 4. A plan has been proposed for Vietnam to host the Asia Sports Games at some point between 2010 and 2015. WHILE-READING: Task 1: Give the Vietnamese equivalents to the words and phrases.to carry out ['kæri'aut] tiến hành.Textbook. 1. Vvietnam was ranked second with 158 gold medals. III. PROCEDURE: TIME CONTENTS T’S & SS’ ACTIVITIES 5ms I. 444 gold medals were won at the 22nd Sea Games. WARM UP: Picture T asks SS to look at the picture and the logo ['lougou] and answer the questions orally. The 22nd SEA Games were held in Vietnam from 5th to 13th December. high spirits Tinh thần cao 6. MATERIALS: . Thailand was ranked second with 90 gold medals.What is the symbol about? II.title ['taitl] (n) danh hiệu vô địch . 2003. tặng True/False Prediction: 1. 4. countrymen Người đồng hương Task 2: Read the passage and fill in the blanks. 2.Where do you think the event took place? .By the end of the lesson. example synonym situation example example situation T asks SS to guess T or F. sports enthusiast Người mê thể thao 2. T gives feedback and presents new lesson.to be compose of [kəm'pouz] = (to) be made up of . . 12 ms 17 ms . Vietnam has hosted the Sea Games twice.GRADE: 12 UNIT 13: THE 22nd SEA GAMES Lesson 1: READING Date of teaching: 12C : Period: 74 / / Date of planning: / / / / 12C : I. PRE-READING: Pre-teach vocabulary: . bodybuilding Môn thể hình 5.… III.Do you know this symbol? . SS read the text and complete the sentences. 2. The spirit of the 22nd Sea Games was low. T asks SS to write their answer on the board. T asks SS to work in pairs to read the passage and find the meaning of the words.to present [pri'zent] trao. Ss will be able to know about the 22nd Sea Games II. 3. 3. SS work in pairs to discuss.to host [houst] đăng cai .What event was it? . thực hiện . Our strongest rival in Southeast Asia’s Men’s Soccer was Thailand. solidarity Sự đoàn kết 3. title Danh hiệu vô địch 4.standings (n) ['stændiηZ] bảng xếp hạng .

... co-operation for peace and development............... SS discuss in group of 4.................... Linh vật của Đại hội lần này là Trâu Vàng......date to be held .......... 2... SS write down their answers on the board.......Learn the lesson. Each group will present their discussion T gives feedback IV.. .... HOMEWORK: . Biểu trưng của Đại hội lần này là chim lạc ..... What has our country’s success proved?  It proved that Vietnam can organize sporting events on an international level..... using the cues............. . Đây là con vật gắn liền với nền văn minh lúa nước ở Việt Nam nói riêng và các nước Đông Nam Á nói chung. SS read the text again and answer the questions.... EVALUATION: .. xanh lá cây tượng trưng cho các môn điền kinh và đỏ thể hiện tinh thần chiến thắng.... Vì một Thế giới ngày mai (tiếng Anh: For the world of tomorrow) do nhạc sĩ Quang Vinh sáng tác... What was the spirit of the 22nd SEA Games?  It was solidarity......... T gives feedback....... . 1........ Which Men’s Football team won the silver medal?  The Vietnamese Men’s Football Team won the silver medal.......Prepare for lesson 2: Speaking. How many gold medals were won at the SEA Games?  444 gold medals were won at the SEA Games 3.. POST-READING: Talk about 22nd SEA Games.......10 ms 1m Task 3: Answer the questions.. 4.teams V.hình ảnh thường thấy trên các mặt trống đồng Đông Sơn được cách điệu qua ba màu sắc: xanh dương tượng trưng cho các môn bơi lội.............gold medals ...its spirits ... IV..................

II. PROCEDURE: TIM CONTENTS T’S & SS’ ACTIVITIES E 5 ms I. shooting. billiards.board III. boxing. tennis 3. . basket ball 6.B: Swimming.14 seconds) 15 ms 4.. football.Why do / don’t you like it? -I like ….A: Could you tell me what kind of sports do you like to play? . we’ll talk about your likes or dislikes of sports and the records people made in the 22nd SEA Games 15 ms II. mountain biking. tennis. fencing. Ss will be able to talk about types of water sports and give opinions and preferences about water sports. football (soccer) 2. I can go round and it helps me keep fit. Today. swimming.B: It’s interesting. cycling 5.A: What kind of sport don’t you like? ..A: Why do you like it? .14 second Women’s Marathon (42 km) Emi (Indonesia) 2hours 52 mins T asks students to look at the books and talking about some of the records at the 22nd SEA Games. OBJECTIVES: By the end of the lesson. running (athletics) * Model: .UNIT 13: THE 22nd SEA GAMES Lesson 2: SPEAKING Date of teaching: 12C : Period: 75 / / Date of planning: / / / / 12C : I. weightlifting. basketball. swimming useful expressions to talk about records and reports He ran 200metres in twenty point fourteen seconds. WARMER: Questions and Answers Answer the questions: Work in groups + Have you played any sport? Receive a piece of paper + Which sport do you like playing? Write down types of sports + Which sport do you like watching? they often watch in the SEA + Which sport do you hate playing or watching? Games. * Useful expressions: . wushu. / don’t like because it is interesting/ exciting / dangerous. volleyball. cycling. using the . WHILE-SPEAKING: Reporting the records Records of the 22nd SEA Games Athletics (Men’s 200m) Boothung (Thai) 20.Could you tell me which/what kind of sports do/don’t you like? . I’m not good at swimming. III. (20. bodybuilding. karatedo. MATERIALS: Textbook – poster – chalk . PRE-SPEAKING: Discuss and write down the names of the sports under each T asks SS to look at the symbol sports in symbol and write down the names of the sport T says out the names of the sports Elicit some useful expressions to express likes and dislikes and some 1. .B: Cycling.

....86m Yurita(Indonesia) 13 mins19.Thailand and Malaysia played in the Women’s Football ThirdPlace Playoff. The Thai team won the gold medal..... 6-1 Sample dialogue: A: Hi Lam......... ...Thailand and Vietnam played in the Women’s Volleyball Final.. A: Wow! How excellent he was! He ran very fast......... What are you doing? B: Well.. The score was 3-0.. A: What was his record? B: He ran 200 meters in 20...Thailand and Vietnam played in the Men’s Football Final... I’m searching for sport records at the 22nd SEA Games................. The result (score) was 2-1...... ....... Could you tell me about the record of the Men’s 200 meters? B: A man coming from Thailand won the game...........76m Ruphai(Thailand) 1..... POST-SPEAKING: Task 3: Making a report on the sports result. HOMEWORK: . T lets students work in pairs...26 sec Maria(Philippines)1 hours 29mins35 seconds Dannal (Thai) defeat Febi (Indo) 6-2........ The score was 2-1...Learn by heart some new words / phrases and structures .....Men’s Long Jump Women’s High Jump Swimming (Men’1500 m) Cycling(Women’s 25kmcross country Tennis (Men’s Single) 9 ms 1m 28 seconds Amri (Malaysia) 7................ using the information in the scoreboard SS present the report in front of the class....... The Thai team won the bronze medal... V... IV............ Work in pairs to make a report on the sport results.. ...... using the information in the scoreboard.. The Thai team won the gold medal. A: It’s great.. Suggestions: . SCOREBOARD 22nd SEA Games Football Women’s Final: Vietnam: 2 – Myanmar: 1 Third-place Playoff Thailand: 6 – Malaysia: 1 Men’s Final Thailand: 2 – Vietnam: 1 Volleyball Women’s: Thailand: 3 – Vietnam: 1 Sample: Vietnam and Myanmar play in the Women’s Football Final................. EVALUATION: ...... IV... The Vietnamese team won the gold medal..14 seconds.Prepare for lesson 3: Listening information in the table T asks students to pronounce some words (names of athletes and sports).. A: What’s his name? B: He’s Boonthung. The results (score) was 6-1..

4. In the Pole Vaulting Competition. The players will certainly work a milkmaids when they   stop playing football. + Can you tell me the names of some Vietnamese women’s footballers? + What was the score between Vietnam and Myanmar in the final match? + Do you know what Vietnamese women football players have been doing after the 22nd Sea Games? II.proposal [prə'pouzl] (n):lời đề nghị . deciding on True/False statements.8m meters in the Pole Vaulting Final. 2. Amnat won one gold medals. He comes from Thailand. 4. . He cleared 4. WHILE. His points were still below the SEA Games record of 5. True/False statements Ss listen to the second newspaper article and decide whether the statements are T or F. 4. Listening and answering questions.05 meters.deal [di:l] (n): hợp đồng kinh tế . T elicits for the lesson. không bình thường .milkmaid ['milkmeid] (n): cô gái vắt sữa III.LISTENING: Task 1: Listen to the first newspaper article about Amnat and fill in the gaps. T calls some ss to write their answer on the BB.odd [ɒd] (adj): lạ. . T F 1.5m B. Realia Synonym Explanation Situation Example Example Gap-Fill T lets ss listen 2 times and do task 1.tempting ['temptiη] (adj) = attractive: hấp dẫn.1m C.T asks ss to tell their answers to the class. Myanmar D. PRE-LISTENING: Pre-teach vocabulary . T’S & SS’ ACTIVITIES Picture presentation From the picture. 2. Vinamilk has offered jobs to 27 members of Vietnam’s   Women’s Football Team.podium ['poudiəm] (n): bục .board III. Malaysia C. 1. OBJECTIVES: By the end of the lesson. + Can you guess where he comes from? A. PROCEDURE: TIM E 5 ms 10 ms 20 ms CONTENTS I.4m * Picture B: This is the Vietnam’s Women’s Football team. MATERIALS: Textbook – poster – chalk .8m D. students will be able to know more about the athletes’ record in the 22 nd Southeast Asian Games as well as their jobs when the Games are over.GRADE 12 UNIT 13: THE 22nd SEA GAMES Lesson 3: LISTENING Period: 76 Date of planning: / / 2013 Date of teaching: 12A5: / / 2013 12A6: / / 2013 12A7: / / 2013 I. Thailand B. Indonesia. Task 2: Listen to the second newspaper article and decide whether the statements are T or F. II. 5. 3. khêu gợi . 5. + What was his record? A. WARMER: This is the man that won the gold medal in Pole Vaulting.

..... but his points were still below the SEA Games record of 5..... EVALUATION: Ss work in groups of 4 to discuss the question...  3. And they now have to struggle to make ends meet Vinamilk has promised to train their new employees as soon as the deal is signed....Write a paragraph about what you have discussed in Post-listening... Amnat has proved a lonely winner in this event.. IV........Prepare for Writing lesson IV............80 m..................... POST... It is not an odd proposal because the majority of the footballers will become unemployed when the Games are over..... ......... While he was the only one who stood alone on the podium.....05m... The second newspaper article: The Vietnamese Milk Company (Vinamilk) has offered jobs to the 27 members of Vietnam's Women's Football Team after they won the Games' second title.......... The first newspaper article: Only Amnat won a gold in the Southeast Asian Games Pole Vaulting yesterday... He won the gold in the Pole Vaulting Final after clearing 4......... Meanwhile four other pole-vaulters missed their attempts at the heights ranging from 4.......Learn all the new words. Amnat was among the Thai athletes who won 10 gold medals in early events yesterday........... The new employees will be trained right after the deal is   signed... The goalkeeper of Vietnam's Women's Football Team is dreaming to run a café after doctors have said her injuries would stop her from playing ever again............. HOMEWORK: ... ...... she is short of money. The team’s goalkeeper hopes to open a restaurant. .   5.... At the moment. 4.... Perhaps they are going to be milkmaids when they retire...... Nobody else could clear the bar..LISTENING: 10 ms Discuss the following question: Which Vietnamese footballer(s) do you like best? Why? 1 m V...80m........... Most of them will be jobless when the Games are over..40m to 4.... so the Vinamilk offer looks tempting to her..

cheering. And all the schoolboys and girls jumped up and down T. Who scored a goal? board. C) Conclusion T checks with the whole 2. T asks SS to work in A) Introduction groups of four. 12 ms II. What teams took part in the match? in the cards and giving 3. OBJECTIVES: By the end of the lesson.W. groups to talk about the How did each team play in the first half? second half?  In the first half. WARMER: Guessing game Give the introduction to play this game. half. ball away from the goal and as near to our rival's as possible. our team played pretty well. both teams played beautifully and skilfully and tried to score the T calls 2 of these groups goal. Why was the football match held? T writes these questions 7.GRADE 12 UNIT 13: THE 22nd SEA GAMES Lesson 4: WRITING Period: 77 Date of planning: / / 2013 Date of teaching: 12A5: / / 2013 12A6: / / 2013 12A7: / / 2013 I. all the stands seemed to be exploded with merry and exciting shouts. By a T goes around for combination of passing and dribbling. In the second helping. PROCEDURE: TIM CONTENTS T’S & SS’ ACTIVITIES E 4 ms I. What was the weather like on that day? groups and deciding 1. Hoe did each team play in the first half? / the second half? section. students will be able to describe a sporting event. about a football match Why was the football match held? you have watched  It was held to celebrate the friendship between 2 schools. caught the ball. When and where did the match take place?  It took place on February 28th. What was the result? class 5. in My Dinh stadium. PRE-WRITING: Task 1: Arrange these questions in the suitable sections. T asks SS to work in What was the weather like on that day?  It was fine. MATERIALS: Textbook – poster – chalk . to go to the board and What was the spectators' attitude?  The spectators were enthusiastic. II.board III. Fortunately. Finally it was a draw. What was the spectator’s attitude? T calls each group to 9. at 4:00 pm. the opponents gave a shot into our goal. when our goal write the answers. but no-one succeeded. Which team played better? give their answer on 10. B) Details of the match Tasks SS to discuss in 6. Which team played better? . recently T gives useful language.C. In the first half. 8. They tried to keep the match they saw. F O O T B A L L Lead SS in the new lesson: writing a This is a kind of Sport that is well-known in the world description of a football match. 4. What did you think about the game? T lets SS ask and answer Task 2: Ask and answer the above questions about a football match the above questions you have watched recently. our goalie could catch the ball. When and where did the match take place? each group a card. What team took part in the match?  Our school and Hanoi school.

.  Useful language: a.players / captain / defender / striker / goal keeper / referee. c.score a goal. . Finally it was a draw.in the first half / second half / extra time. It was a nice day. at 4:00 pm on the My Dinh stadium.give a kick straight into the goal.keep the ball away from the goal. And all the schoolboys and girls jumped up and down cheering.a friendly football match between . POST. V.infringe (phạm lỗi) / dribble (lừa bóng) / pass the ball (chuyền bóng) score a ball (ghi bàn) / take a pass (nhận đường chuyền) / even up the score (san bằng tỉ số) / obstruct (truy cản).boring / competitive / exciting / fair / unfair / decisive (quyết liệt).20 ms 8 ms 1m  Both team played beautifully and skilfully. WHILE. . Correction T calls two groups to display their posters on the board T and TWC correct the mistakes work in groups of 4 to discuss the question. I think all the schools in the area should hold such a friendly game to tie up and promote the friendship and solidarity together. III. Adjectives: . Verbs: . All the stands seemed to be exploded with merry and exciting shouts.jump up and cheer. . You may start your writing with: To celebrate the Ho Chi Minh Communist Youth Union’s Foundation Day. our School’s Sport Club recently played a friendly football match with …………………………………………………………………………….by a combination of passing and dribbling. . our team played pretty well. When the game was over. . By a combination of passing and dribbling. Fortunately. The match was held on February 28th.Rewrite a paragraph after correction. Nouns: .home team / visisting team. both teams played beautifully and skilfully and tried to score the goal. . In the first half.WRITING: Task 3: Write a description of the football match mentioned above. .spectators / opponents. based on the results of Tasks 1 and 2. * Special expressions: . They tried to keep the ball away from the goal and as near to our rival's as possible.WRITING: SHARING AND COMPARING Sample writing: To celebrate the Ho Chi Minh Communist Youth Union's Foundation Day. I think all the schools in the area should hold such a friendly game to tie up and promote the friendship and solidarity together. In the second half. our School's Sports Club recently placed a friendly football match with Hanoi School's Football Team. .. HOMEWORK: . but no-one succeeded. What was the result?  0-0 What did you think about the game?  It was a fair game.offside (việt vị) b. . Who scored a goal?  No one. IV.goal kick ( cú phát bóng) / freekick (quả đá phạt trực tiếp). T gives SS some useful language and expressions. the opponents gave a shot into our goal. all of us were happy to have a fair game. our goalie could catch the ball.

everything is different.000.board III. 7. Brown’s quite old. Do you ever watch a football match b/w your school’s team and one guess what the activity is. I drink a lot of milk in the evening.000 dong to fly there”. The plane took off despite the fog. T explains some cases of 2. T plays the CD and asks 5. chicken and a little double comparison. of your neighbouring school’s team? 3. I don’t like fruit and T asks them to draw out vegetables” the structures.The more expensive travelling is. playing computer games basket ball badminton T asks the representative to mime the activities. Now.Short adj/adv: short adj + er and short adj + er . the fatter she will become b/ Situation 2: * How is the prize of travelling? “Two years ago. * Travelling by train is becoming more and more expensive. PROCEDURE: TIM CONTENTS T’S & SS’ ACTIVITIES E 5 ms WARMER: Miming T writes these activities swimming volleyball mountain-climbing football on a piece of paper. . MATERIALS: Textbook – poster – chalk . 6. I have meat.. linking and asks SS to 3. . Tom used to live here. “ I eat 2 loaves of bread. please. 5 ms PRONUNCIATION: T plays the CD with the  Practise reading these sentences. It takes me nearly 1. . The + comparative. and the members of his Expected questions: groups will have to 1. 9. I went to HaNoi by plane. 8. Which of the sports above do you enjoy watching most? 2. the more boring passengers become. sounds and asks SS to recognize the sounds 1. She has many friends in London.Prepare for Language Focus lesson GRADE 12 UNIT 13: THE 22nd SEA GAMES Lesson 5: LANGUAGE FOCUS Date of planning: / / 2013 Date of teaching: 12A5: / / 2013 12A6: / / 2013 12A7: / / 2013 I. rice for lunch. students will be able to pronounce Linking and practice doing exercises on Comparative and Comparative. 10. take notes 4. I spent 600. OBJECTIVES: By the end of the lesson.  The more she eats. She’s from Australia.000 dong for the return ticket. *Form: . SS to repeat in chorus. how did you feel? Did you report the football match to the T asks Ss some questions to lead into the lesson other ones? . If yes. Put on your helmet. Look at these pictures. Don’t forget to turn off the lights. Mrs. 14 ms GRAMMAR DOUBLE COMPARISON PRESENTATION T gives SS these a/ Situation 1: situations to introduce * What will happen with Mai? them the grammar point: Everyday. It’s upstairs. * Mai will get fat T calls 2 SS to write the Mai is getting fatter and fatter structures on board. I want to move into the new flat with some friends. the + comparative II.

....... the faster you will learn the more I liked him the more impatient he became the better I feel the sooner we will arrive the more you want the higher your bill will be the better the service 1. Eating and travelling in this city is getting more and more expensive... 2.. His visit to New York seemed to get shorter and shorter because he was very busy at work.......... Ss work in pairs to do the task... . (good) 6......... Choose a suitable half sentence from the box...... The longer he waited the more impatient he became... T asks SS to do the exercises on textbook. EVALUATION: ...... the + comparative........ We had to stop the discussion because the question was becoming more and more complicated.. Mr Nam / faster / drives / and / faster / 2... HOMEWORK: . The warmer the weather the better I feel. 6....... The lesson / is / the more difficult / we try / the harder / V.. The more you practice your English the faster you will learn.......... I feel happy as my birthday is coming closer and closer. Ss work in pairs to do the task... (bad) 4. the weather got worse and worse.. They / get / the fatter / the weak / they / feel / 4... As it was getting dark... Jane / beautiful / become / more and more / 3..... 5.......... T asks SS to do the exercises on textbook... (complicated) 5..... 7..... (active) 7....... The more I got to know him the more I liked him.. (close) Exercise 3: Complete each of the following sentences... 1......... (expensive) 3.. The more expensive the hotel the better the service. 4.. Complete each of the following sentences: 1.. (difficult) 8...... The more you have the more you want. As the day went on......... your pronunciation has got better and better.. The more electricity you use the higher your bill will be.10 ms 5 ms 5 ms 1m adv adv -Long adj/adv: more and more + adj/adv PRACTICE: Exercise 2: Complete each of the following sentences... using the structure: the + comparative... using the structure comparative +and + comparative with the words in brackets....... Ss work in pairs to do the task..... Little John is becoming more and more active.. IV... it was becoming more and more difficult to see everything in the house without electricity... Your English is OK now......... (short) 2.Prepare for TEST YOURSELF E T asks SS to do the exercises on textbook.. 3..

the most popular of which are snorkeling and scuba dining. READING: (2. By swimming. 868 5. the Chinese had the first book called Jingangjing (the Diamond Sutra) printed in AD (4) _____.5 points) Read the text and decide which type of sport (A-E) corresponds with each description. or book rolls to store information Later. II. illustrations 2. II. T divides class into two big teams and and aks them to play the game. on the other hand. T leads in the lesson. PROCEDURE: CONTENT ANSWER KEYS TIME WARMER: Kim’s Games 5m I. T asks SS to read all the statements first and then listen to the CD twice and and write down the missing word or number T corrects sentence by sentence. The main activities include Swimming synchronized swimming. .Textbook. attempting lo score points by throwing a buoyant ball into the opponent’s goal. Because of their durability and portability. bamboo 4. on the other hand. OBJECTIVE: By the end of the lesson. In the 20th century. MATERIALS: .5 points) Listen to the text and write down the missing word or number. handouts… III. wood or (3)_____ tablets tied with cord. reading skills and language focus. Closely related to swimming is synchronized swimming where the players perform beautiful maneuvers (sự vận động) to music and diving Water polo. despite the challenge from other media such as radio or television and computer. People wrote on clay tablets.GRADE: 12 TEST YOURSELF E Period: 79 Date of planning: / / 2013 Date of teaching: 12A5: / / 2013 12A6: / / 2013 12A7: / / 2013 I. is a game where two opposing teams play against each other. Today we think of a book as a volume of many (0) sheets of paper containing text (1) _____. Scuba dining. knowledge T asks SS to read the passage and then answer the questions SS read the passage silently and then do the task in individual T may call some SS to give their answer orally T gives feedback. with the invention of paper. AQUATIC SPORTS Aquatic sports-sports involving playing in or upon the watertake various forms. we mean the sport in which players perform the act of moving through the water by using the arms legs. Swimming is an integral part of almost all water-based activities. Under water activities are less varied. etc. for instruction and pleasure in skills and arts. and body in motion. the main uses of books are to (2)_____. photographs. preserve 3. LISTENING: (2. diving and water polo. In ancient times. You may use any match more than once. Snorkeling involves swimming face down just below the water surface while breathing through a slender plastic table called a snorkel. and for-the storage of human’s experience. And distribute information. students will be able to test themselves on listening. 1. carry a big tank of air that allows them to breathe while deep underwater. The first one has been done as an example. books continued to be a primary means and dissemination of (5)_____.

. T I IV. He turned the handle and pushed the door open. I T 8... I T 9.......... We are running a course for English teachers. ........ Synchronized swimming Types of sport C....................... the activity is also called skin diving because so little equipment is used in this activity. T I 6..... My leg was beginning to hurt a lot 4..synchronized swimming 2.... Mark the sentences T (transitive) on I (intransitive) the first one has been done as an example................... He turned to Joan and began to explain.... Snorkeling E. have we? Dan came to the airport to meet me.............. I’ve never deliberately hurt anyone..... but he’s learning fast............ T I 4... She learned to drive when she was 18.... He’s only young...... I can’t run as fast as I used to........... Swimming B..snorkelling 3... 8. I T 5...1m Aquatic sports have long been acknowledged as excellent nays to take physical exercise. You cant change human nature...............water polo 5... Considered one of the most complete forms of exercise... You look just the same............ ........ Could you stop the bus.... 5....... 1...... Furthermore. 2. A........... I T 10..... practicing them is known to produce both psychological and physical benefits which help to improve mood state and reduce the risk of many serious diseases..... He had studied chemistry at university....... she is studying for a law degree...... 9........ I T 7.... This activity is usually carried out in the ocean where people want to explore the underwater world... You are not allowed to drive a car until you are 17...........swimming 4.. EVALUATION: . 7. 3. III... This is a team Sport and is played with a ball..... What did you learn at school today? 10........... 6.. 4. The postman calls at about7 am every morning... You haven’t changed a bit..5 points) In each pair of sentences has a transitive verb and the other an intransitive verb.....................scuba diving T lets SS to mark the sentences T (transitive) on I (intransitive 2........ GRAMMAR: (2..... 3.............. Do you think you could stop in front of the post office? HOMEWORK: ...... This activity is the basic part of many other aquatic sports............ (T) 2. please? I want to get off.. (I) They are going to call the new town Skelmerdale...... 5........ Scuba diving Types of sport 1..Prepare for WRITING of Test yourself D.. This team sport was developed from water ballet.... 1.......... T I 3..... Water polo D. I don’t think we’ve met before...

... Ho Chi Minh 4. The report should have the following information.  The length of the book. The setting of the story.The story has a sad/ happy/ tragic ending .... OBJECTIVE: By the end of the lesson. Nam Cao 5. Henry 3.Diary in prison a.. .I’ve just read…………………………………………………… .... Leo Tolstoy 2 The last leaf b.. Nguyen Du 6. C 2. students will be able to test themselves on writing skill.. Lao Hac e. Write – it – up T asks SS to write about the book they have read recently. Kieu’s story c..It is………………………………………………………………. MATERIALS: . A T gives feedback and lead in the lesson. War and Peace f.. II. E 4... handouts… III. William Shakespeare Questions: Have you ever read these books? PRE-WRITING: REVISION FOR BOOK REPORT 10 ms General introduction  What is the title of the book?  Who is the author?  What type of book is it? Summary of the book’s content  Where is the book set?  What is the main theme of the book?  Who are the main characters?  What is the plot of the story? Conclusion:  What was your opinion of the book?  Would you recommend the book? * Useful language: .It was written by………………………………………………… ..I think the story is ………………………………………………… WHILE-WRITING: 19 ms In about 120 words.  The main theme of the story. PROCEDURE: CONTENT ANSWER KEYS TIME WARMER: Matching Match the stories in column A with the name of the authors in column B A B 1. B 3. O. .TEST YOURSELF E GRADE: 12 Period: 80 Date of planning: / / 2013 Date of teaching: 12A5: / / 2013 12A6: / / 2013 12A7: / / 2013 I.The story is set in…… a village in Viet Nam before 1945) ..It is about………………………………………………………. using the outline . T reminds SS to give form for reporting a book and some useful language.  The title of the book.. D 6. 5 ms T lets SS play the game 1. F 5.  Name(s) of the author(s)  Year of publication. write about a book you have read recently... And useful language above. is/ are the main characters . Romeo and Juliet d.Textbook..

. The main characters. Four opinion of the book.

whose boy lived and worked far from the family..... He found it impossible to suffer such miserable life any more...... Nam Cao..... Mr....................Rewrite the writing after being corrected.. Although the story has a sad ending....................... The main character of the story is Mr.......... I think it is really worth reading............. especially farmers who were attached to their lands and villages.......... In the depth of despair.....Prepare for Unit 14.... This story reflects the poverty and miseries of the poor....... but it didn’t help him continue his lifelong. and considered a literary work with high value of reality criticism over the Vietnamese society before 1945..... Hac.. Like other people at that time......POST-WRITING: 10 ms 1m EXHIBITION T asks SS to exhibit some of Sample writing: the writings and correct I have just read a short story “ Lao Hac”... EVALUATION: .. he didn’t want to sell his house or his small piece of land. he had to sell his only dog for a little money.... He had a dog and it was his only close friend.... ... a famous Vietnamese writer..... HOMEWORK: ...... It helps us understand and sympathize with the poor people in our society at that time......... ... Hac was so poor that he couldn’t support himself... a very poor farmer. he killed himself.. which was written by with the whole class..... Having nothing to eat to survive........ IV. When thinking about his child........

Verb forms 4 7. C 9. B 14. the answers with 1. C answers and there are no READING COMPREHENSION: ideas from other groups. Read the following passage and do the task below: T will help them to give 11. Cloze-text 5 12. C . 16. Passive voice 4 10. Lead in: Do you remember those words? Where did you see them? What other things did I check you in the test? 5 ms * Activity 1: Recall what Ss were checked Target items Number of questions T asks SS to give what was 1. A 3. D 13. Stress 2 3. A 17. Word choice 3 5. D 20. C the correct and answers GRAMMAR AND VOCABULARY and explain why the Choose the correct option options are chosen. Prepositions 3 6.GRADE: 12 CORRECTION FOR ONE-PERIOD TEST 3 Date of planning: / / 2013 Date of teaching: 12A5: / / 2013 12A6: / / 2013 12A7: * AIM: . Transformation 5 31 ms * Activity 2: Redo the exercises T divides class into 10 Group 1: From sentence 1 to sentence 5 groups and has them do Group 2: From sentence 6 to sentence 5 each part again Group 3: From sentence 11 to sentence 15 Then each group gives Group 4: From sentence 16 to sentence 20 the answer with Group 5: From sentence 21 to sentence 25 explanation. Error Identification 5 11. C 15. Sounds 3 checked in the test. A 10. Functional language 5 8. Reading comprehension 5 13. 2. asks questions if they 4. D 8. B explanation. C 5. C 12.Help SS find out their mistakes in the test and correct them. A 18. B 19. D 2. CLOZE TEXT: Read the passage and choose the words or phrases best complete the blanks. Tenses 3 9. If SS give the wrong 6. Word forms 3 4. Group 6: From sentence 26 to sentence 30 Group 7: From sentence 31 to sentence 35 Group 8: From sentence 36 to sentence 40 Group 9: From sentence 41 to sentence 45 Group 10: From sentence 66 to sentence 50 PRONUNCIATION: Choose the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently T asks each group to give from the rest. * PROCEDURE: Period: 81 / / 2013 TIME CONTENT T’S & SS’ ACTIVITIES 5 ms WARMER: Kim’s game provided allow extinction T divides class into two danger aquatic awareness big teams and play the biography unbelievable game. D have ideas. Choose the word whose main stress is placed differently from the The other groups may rest. A 7.

A 23. A 31. D 25. error identification. SS take notes of what T remarks. B 27. C 35. D 34. A 33.Good points: Most of you are rather good at pronunciation. stress. 46. B 42. HOMEWORK: . A WRITING: Choose the option which is closest in meaning to the original sentences.Prepare for Unit 14: Reading . B 40. B 26. A 29. A 47. B 28. B 32. C 22. B Activity 4: Return the test and give comments T returns the test and gives comments. D ERROR IDENTIFICATION: Identify ONE mistake in each of the following sentences. C 50. B 24. D 43. A 48.5 ms 1m 21. A 36. . T gives some more writing. word forms. explanations for the sentences where most of . B 30. D 39. D 49.Improvements: You must pay attention to the rest. C 45. B 37. D 44. the SS made mistakes. 41. C 38. Prepositions.

Task 3: Answer the following questions. .explanation . PROCEDURE: TIM E 5 ms CONTENT UN UNICEF WHO WWF 10 ms II. The symbol of the Red Cross has three colours. handouts… III. T checks by asking Ss to explain the answers Comprehension questions . 4. This woman has _____ her whole life to helping others.  5. T leads Ss to the lesson. What kind of activities is this organization involved in? 6. Matching T chooses two teams Each team give their answers on the board T checks and leads Ss to the Questions and answers Questions and Answers SS discuss in groups of 4 first Then. appalled 5. Pairwork T gives feedback. 6 ms 9 ms 12A7: / / 2013 T’S AND SS’ ACTIVITIES I. resulted Gap-fill T and Ss run through the task Next. The company _____ a management training programme for small business. sự do dự 7 ms III. students will be able to: . T calls on some Ss to give their ideas Then. MATERIALS: .mæni'teəriən] nhân đạo a victim (of) ['viktim] nạn nhân to devote to [di'vout] hiến dâng. . The Red Cross is aimed at providing medical aid and   other help to victims of natural disasters. pictures. Switzerland. T asks Ss to work in pairs T calls on some Ss to give their answers on the board.explanation . The foundation of International Red Cross was inspired be a Swiss man called Henry Dunant.Guess meaning from context.   2.hezi'tei∫n]: sự nói ấp úng. PRE-READING: * Questions: 5. TF 1. WARMER: Match each part of the picture with its name dedicated initiated appealed Period: 82 Task 2: Decide whether the following statements are true (T) or false (F). initiated 4.situation .example . WHILE-READING: Task 1: Choose the best words in the box to complete the following sentences. OBJECTIVE: By the end of the lesson. .Comprehend the passage. The Geneva Convention was first signed in 1864. 2. dedicated 2. 3.situation Gap-fill T asks SS to find the word in the box appearing in the passage and fill in the suitable sentences below. 1.Textbook. appealed 3. Police have _____ for witnesses to the accident.  4.GRADE: 12 UNIT 14: INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION Lesson 1: READING Date of planning: / / 2013 Date of teaching: 12A5: / / 2013 12A6: / / 2013 I. dành hết cho tsunami [tsu'na:mi] tsunamis(pl): sóng thần hesitation [. She was ____ to hear that her husband had been arrested.   3. The international Red Cross has its headquarters in Geneva. Is there a national Red Cross Society in Vietnam? * Pre-teach vocabulary: Humanitarian (a) [hju:.Read for specific information II. resulted appalled 1.

.. ........ 8.. it gives medical aid and other help to victims of major disasters such as floods... who were left to die due to (2) _____ of care after the Battle of Solferino [............ of 4... He proposed the creation (3) _____ national relief societies............ lack 3...... Henry Dunant.. The International Red Cross started over 135 years ago.................. Gap-fill T runs through the task Next.... it is dedicated to reducing the sufferings of wounded soldiers........Learn vocabulary and Read the passage aloud............ on both sides.... V.. ............ In time of peace...... What is the purpose of the Red Cross in times of war? and in time of peace?  In times of war..... inspired by a Swiss businessman. and famines ['fæmin] (nạn đói) IV............................................. epidemics (bệnh dịch). T checks by asking Ss to explain the answers @ Answer keys: 1....................... 7... and prisoners of war.Prepare vocabulary for lesson 2: Speaking 6........ POST.. appalled 2............... trained in peacetime to provide neutral (trung lập) and impartial (công bằng) help to relieve the sufferings (4) _____ time of war.. He had been (1) _____ at the sufferings of thousands of men....... in IV........... comprised of volunteers........sɔlfə'ri:nou] in 1859..What is the Red Cross Federation’s mission? sứ mệnh  The Red Cross Federation’s mission is to improve the lives of vulnerable people........ T asks Ss to work in pairs T calls on some Ss to give their answers on the board....... 7 ms 1m T gives the instruction T divides the class into three groups Each group gives their answers on the board T checks and decided the group winner........READING: Fill in each space of the following paragraph with a suitable word........ ........... earthquakes........ EVALUATION: ................................... HOMEWORK: ............... civilians....... How many countries in the world have national Red Cross societies?  186 countries..

Talk about international organizations and their activities in charity and volunteer work. When was WHO established?  It was established on 7 April 1948. PRESENTATION: Task 1: Read the passage and answer the questions.Founded: 1948 . Practise asking and answering questions about them.Activities: .It is founded / established …. handouts… III.GRADE: 12 UNIT 14: INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION Lesson 2: SPEAKING Period: 83 Date of planning: / / 2013 Date of teaching: 12A5: / / 2013 12A6: / / 2013 12A7: / / 2013 I.  Useful language: . T asks Ss to practise in pairs Next. Elicit from the examples above. When was _____ founded / established? T’S AND SS’ ACTIVITIES Jumbled words T asks SS to rearrange the letters to make meaningful words SS do the task in pairs Then T gives feedback. UNICEF . disasters and extreme poverty.Activities: + Carry out research on + provide supports and funds for the endangered species. Then. WARMER: Rearrange these letters to make meaningful words.Its aim(s) is (are) to … .Its main activities are … III. 3. DWRLO  WORLD HALT H E  HEALTH N I Z AO R G AT I O N  ORGANIZATION W H O * Lead in: Today we will know more information about WHO through “Speaking lesson”.Headquarters: New York WWF . T gives feedback. potential. PROCEDURE: TIM E 5 ms 16 ms 17 ms CONTENT I. What does WHO stand for?  WHO stands for the World Health Organization 2. II. What is its major objective?  Its major objective is the attainment by all peoples of the highest possible level of health.Head office: New York . programmes for children. @ Questions: 1. to help meet their basic endangered wild animals needs and help them reach their full and their habitat. What are its main activities?  Its main activities are carrying out research on medical development and improving international health care. T calls on some pairs to practise in class . II. + carry out education development and endangered animals and plants. PRACTICE: Task 2: Below are some brief information about two international organizations. OBJECTIVE: By the end of the lesson. most disadvantaged children-victims of + collect data on rare war. Then.Textbook.Founded: 1961 .Aims: to protect children’s rights. T leads Ss to the lesson Using Reading text T asks SS to read the text and answer the questions given. T makes the model with a good student.Aims: to advocate for the protection of .Its headquarters / head office is in … . T gives feedback and writes useful language on board T runs through two international organizations and asks SS to practise asking and answering the questions modeled below. MATERIALS: . students will be able to: . . 4. 1. .

................................. IV.............. ............. HOMEWORK: ...............Prepare vocabulary for lesson 3: Listening T asks SS to practise talking about one of the above mentioned international organizations Then. Use the information from Task 1 and Task 2......................................................... PRODUCTION: Task 3: Tell a partner what you know about one of the above mentioned international organizations.......................6m 1m 2....... EVALUATION: ........USA.... The United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund........................ which was founded in1948 ............................................................................................. What / its main activities? IV. What / its aims? 4......Its headquarters are in New York ............ Where is its headquarters / head office? 3.Write a paragraph about one of the two international organizations above (UNICEF + WWF) ......... T calls on some other groups to present in class........... .........is eh United Nations funds for children .... V..

WHILE-LISTENING: Task 1: Listen to the first part of the passage and circle the best answer A.GRADE: 12 UNIT 14: INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION Lesson 3: LISTENING Date of planning: / / 2013 Date of teaching: 12A5: / / 2013 12A6: / / 2013 I. T and Ss run through the statements Then.to destroy: phá hủy destruction: sự phá hoại . In 1954 B. D. C Gap-Fill T asks SS to listen the second part of the passage and fill in the missing words. Many people became homeless. What do you know about the organization in the picture? * Pre-teach vocabulary: . In 1594 2. T lets Ss listen twice After that. Ss share their answers with their friends Next. Millions of people died. Each country has signed an agreement that says: Period: 84 12A7: / / 2013 TS’ AND SS’ ACTIVITIVES Network T asks SS to list as many as possible the names of the international organizations From that. In 1459 C.independence: độc lập * Listen and repeat: destruction organization independence international colonies United Nations III.a colony: thuộc địa . 2 B. Destructions were found everywhere. students will be able to: . When was the UN established? A. 5 Task 2: Listen to the second part of the passage and fill in the missing words.B. C. Questions and answers T asks SS to look at the picture and practice asking answering the questions Then T lets them give their ideas orally and leads SS to the lesson T and SS run through the words Then.Textbook. Today almost every country in the world is a member of the UN. PRE-LISTENING: * Look at the picture.C or D to the following questions. C 2.Answer comprehension questions II. . Ask and answer the questions. OBJECTIVE: By the end of the lesson. 3. MATERIALS: .Improve their listening skills through hearing monologue . How many main goals were set by the UN? A. In 1945 D. WARMER: List as many as possible the names of the international organizations The UN International organizations 7 ms 10 ms 8 ms * Lead in Today we are going to listen to the text about an international organization – The United Nations. D 3. 5 D. PROCEDURE: TIM E 5 ms CONTENT I. B. T calls on some Ss to give their answers orally T checks (Ss listen one more time) 1. 3 C. handouts… III. World War II ended. 1. T leads Ss to the pre-listening activity. What was not mentioned as one of the world situations when the UN were established? A. T reads word by word Ss listen and repeat (chorally and individually) Multiple choices First. II.

. To develop friendly relations among nations. languages and of both sexes..... It has helped bring independence to colonies....  No member will use force against another member.. To work together for international peace and Ss work in groups of 4 to solve international problems.... However.. To build a centre where nations can work together for these goals.... the UN except to enforce international peace......... Today almost every country in the world is a member of the UN.... Ex: The UN was established in 1945 … 1 m V.... 4. California and organized the United Nations (often called the UN).  The UN will not try to solve problems within countries except to enforce international peace. the United Nations has not been completely successful in its goals............ Millions of people had died and there was destructions everywhere... 4. the United Nations has not been completely 4... To work together for international peace and to solve international problems.. To develop friendly relations among nations. It has helped bring (5) _____ to colonies.. To work together for human rights for everyone of all races.. EVALUATION: . languages and of both sexes........ There have been several wars since 1945....... There have been several wars since 1945. independence However..... 1.....  All members will help the UN in its actions. To build a centre where nations can work together for these goals... 3... time if necessary. Each country has signed an agreement that says:  All members are equal....... religions..... No member will use force against another member..... World War II had just ended.... in its goals Obviously........ People hoped they could build a future of world peace through this new organization.. religions... It has helped people who left their countries because of wars. 3. It has helped people who left their countries because of wars.... using the information in the table. California then gives a model Purposes: 1.. Obviously. Retell T runs through the table and Time: 1945 asks SS to talk about the UN Place: San Francisco............. @ Answer keys: All members will help (2) ____ in its actions.... the organization has helped bring peace to some countries that were (4) _____. T gives feedback 2. ....... at war successful (3) _____. 5.. Tapescript: In 1945 leaders from 51 countries met in San Francisco.. corrects with the whole class....... 6 ms IV.... 2...    T may let SS hear the second All members are equal.. 3..... The United Nations has four main goals and purposes: 1... HOMEWORK: . POST-LISTENING: Talk about the UN... Then T All members promise to (1) ____ in a peaceful way.Prepare vocabulary for lesson 4: Writing IV.. solve international problems  The UN will not try to solve problems within countries 2........ the organization has helped bring peace to some countries that were at war....  All members promise to solve international problems in a peaceful way. To work together for human rights for everyone of all races..

PRE-WRITING: 13 ms Reference answers If I could work for an international organization. WHILE-WRITING: Task 2: Suppose you were offered a job with one of the above international organizations. OBJECTIVE: By the end of the lesson.Textbook.help to reduce sufferings for the sick. second.have an opportunity to live abroad . MATERIALS: . I can: . and the victims of epidemic. students will be able to: . T gives feedback and leads SS to the lesson Using Reading text. UN. handouts… III.Write a short description of an international organization. PROCEDURE: TIM E 5 ms CONTENT I.GRADE: 12 UNIT 14: INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION Lesson 4: WRITING Date of planning: / / 2013 Date of teaching: 12A5: / / 2013 12A6: / / 2013 I.travel all over the world . which one would you like to Period: 85 12A7: / / 2013 TS’ AND SS’ ACTIVITIVES Selecting T gets SS to work in groups and select the reasons for the organizations.First.help to improve international health care .finally 18 ms III. next .I’d like to / I’d love to / want to + infinitive . WHO or WWF? 2. … . II.do charity and volunteer work * Useful language: . WARMER: UN WHO WWF    Have an opportunity to live abroad    Use English at work Help improve international health  care    Travel all over the world    Have high salary Do research on rare plants and  animals  Be good at biology  Do medical research   Meet different people   Do charity and volunteer work    Work in remote and mountainous areas  Protect endangered species Lead-in: 1.work in remote and mountainous areas . T asks SS to read the text and answer the questions T elicits useful language Write-it-up Ss work in groups of 4 . Which international organizations would you like to work for.moreover . third.use English at work and meet different people . I would like to work for WHO: When I work for this organization. . Why would people like to work in these organizations? II.then.

.... Switzerland.......... First… IV.... I can carry out research on medical development and improving international health care.................. EVALUATION: ..... Second..... .... I'd like to work for this organization for a number of reasons. the people will live longer and happier.......... if I work for WHO......... You may start your writing as follows: I’d like to work for the …for a number of reasons.. Therefore.......... Third.... If the health care conditions are improved... I would choose WHO. Third... We will save the lives of many people by taking part in many voluntary activities and doing charity work............... especially in poor countries like mine. use English at work and meet different people............ .... Finally.............. I can do charity and volunteer work to help the poor........Prepare for the next lesson: Language focus IV.................. I will be able to meet different people and travel all over the world............. I contribute to improve the international health care.. Second..... I’d like to work for WHO for a numbers of reasons........ HOMEWORK: ............ POST-WRITING: SHARING AND COMPARING @ sample writings: 1............... If I were offered a job with one of the international organizations................. First.......... T goes around to encourage Ss to involve in group-work Correction T calls two groups to display their posters on the board T corrects mistakes with whole class 2.8 ms choose? Write a paragraph of about 100 words expressing the reason why you choose the organization....... I will have more experiences and knowledge........... I will travel all over the world. First................................................ I have an opportunity to reduce sufferings for the sick and the victims of epidemics with my colleagues and companions.. I can live and work in Geneva.......................... 1m V.... as well as an exciting and meaningful life..........

cool off (nhiệt tình) nguội lạnh đi. fill in : điền vào. II. fall behind : thụt lùi. 7. handouts… III.GRADE: 12 UNIT 14: INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION Lesson 5: LANGUAGE FOCUS Date of planning: / / 2013 Date of teaching: 12A5: / / 2013 12A6: I. 2. ghi vào. 12 ms 10ms THE FALLING TUNE  Practise reading these sentences. PROCEDURE: TIME / CONTENT / 2013 12A7: Period: 86 / / 2013 T’S & SS’ ACTIVITIES INTONATION T takes notes on intonation and asks SS to copy down. students will be able to: . It’s late. OBJECTIVE: By the end of the lesson.Textbook. MATERIALS: . The World Wildlife Fund was established in 1961. . get up : thức dậy. T plays the CD and asks SS to repeat in chorus. 3. Concept check:  Form: Phrasal verb = Verb + particle  Some common phrasal verbs 1. chịu thua. What does WHO stand for? How many goals are set by the UN? What do you think of this situation? Don’t go away. catch up / catch up with : bắt kịp. get over : vượt qua. Real situation T uses the real situation and then gives Concept check. theo kịp. 5. GRAMMAR PHRASAL VERBS Presentation: T: What do I do? SS: Turn on the lights. khắc phục = recover from 6. Hurry up. T: What do I do next? SS: Turn off the lights. tụt lại đằng sau. Then T gives some more common phrasal verbs.Use Phrasal verbs correctly. give in : nhượng bộ. A small country is equal to a large country in the UN. Come in and sit down. 4. giảm đi.

go by (thời gian) : trôi qua 19. watch out : đề phòng. I’m bored. look after : chăm sóc 24. lửa. in on up down back up away in round out 1.8. Some words can be used more than once. bắt kịp. 3. turn off : khóa. speak up : nói to. try out : thử 32. 11. mũ) . 3. 7. hold up = stop =delay : hoãn lại. (đen) tắt. máy móc. take off : cởi (quần áo. đội (mũ). ngừng 20. động cơ …) 34. tắt (đen. look up : tìm. 6. turn on : mở (đen. 2. thay đổi hướng 36. it’s cold outside. chú ý * PRACTICE: 12 ms Exercise 1: Complete the sentences below. Please _____ this form and post it. go out (ánh sáng. put on : mặc (quần áo). give up = stop : từ bỏ. turn round : quay lại. (máy móc) : hư 12. (máy bay) cất cánh 31. go up : lớn lên. mang (giày). lie down : nằm nghỉ 23. go in : vào. giày. The door opened and I went in. go down : (giá cả) : giảm xuống 17. T gives feedback. Let me help you _____. Can I _____ the lights? 4. SS give the answers orally. 10 ms Exercise 2: Complete the sentences below. hỏng. trưởng thành = grow up. go off (chuông) : reo. go over : xem lại 14. động cơ …) 35. máy móc. look at : nhìn 25. then asks SS to work in pairs and do the task. wait up (for) : thức đợi ai 38. (thức ăn) : ươn. mở (đen) 28. 10. _____ the lights when you are not using them. (giá cả) : tăng lên 16. (sung. Why do you have to _____ the form? 9. từ điển) 26. bỏ 9. You can _____ the new words in the dictionary. tan đi. SS give the answers orally. turn up : đến = arrive = appear (xuất hiện) 37. go away : biến mất. thối. 2. I usually get ____ at six o’clock in the morning. go on = continue : tiếp tục 13. tra cứu (trong sách. T gives feedback. 22. . Remember to __your shoes when you are in a Japanese house. Shall we go ___ this evening? Gap-Fill T runs through the phrasal verbs and the sentences. look for : tìm kiếm 27. wash up : rửa bát đĩa. hurry up : làm gấp 21. using the right word from the box. đen) : tắt 15. try on : mặc thử (quần áo) 33. keep up with : theo kịp. He is too tired to _____ working. đi vào. It’s dark in here. 5. 8. go after : theo đuổi 18. bom) : nổ. nói thẳng 29. then asks SS to work in pairs and do the task. (sữa) : chua. take after = resemble : giống 30. _____ your coat. using the words from the box. fill in give up take off wash up go on look up put down turn on turn off 1. 10. give up fill in turn on take off wash up Gap-Fill T runs the sentences. Some words can be used more than once. John got ill and had to __give up___ smoking. 39.

takes after 54. up 5.Learn vocabulary and grammar points . 4. I can’t go ___ walking. I’m not feeling well. “I need you. I just want to ____ my new tape recorder. but there was 1. in nothing.1m 4. I’m going to lie ___ for an hour. Jane. 5. out 6.” 9. What a lovely baby! He certainly ____ his father. (arrives) T gives feedback. I’ll be back in a minute. . T runs through the phrasal verbs and the sentences. turn up look after take after get over then asks SS to work in go off try out hold up 51. doesn’t he? 2. My father still hasn’t really ____ the death of my mother. John. HOMEWORK: . 52. look after (resembles) 3. 6. Can we stop and have a short rest? 3. Hurry ___! The bus is coming. held up 55.Prepare vocabulary for Reading lesson (unit 15).” 10. (Make any Gap-Fill other necessary changes). try out (delayed) 7. 2. Because of an accident. on 8. SS give the answers orally. Don’t go ___. (exploded) V. I heard a noise behind me and turned ___. The bomb ____ with a loud bang which could be heard all over the town. Exercise 3: Replace the words in brackets in the following sentences with a suitable phrasal verb in the box. got over (recovered from) 5. turns up 53. round 7. John put ___ his best clothes for the interview. went off 56. meeting. 4. The trouble with Frank is that he never turns up on time for a pairs and do the task. could you ____ my handbag while I go to the toilet? (take care off) 1. “Please come in and sit ___. (test) 57. my train was ____ for several hours.

situation .GRADE: 12 UNIT 15: WOMEN IN SOCIETY Lesson 1: READING Date of planning: / / 2013 Date of teaching: 12A5: / / 2013 12A6: / / 2013 I. childbearing: việc sinh con 3.Read for specific information II.inti'lektjuəl] (a) (thuộc) trí tuệ .widespread ['waidspred] (a) phổ biến .intellectual [.(to) discriminate [dis'krimineit] phân biệt. OBJECTIVE: By the end of the lesson. PROCEDURE: TIM E 5 ms CONTENT I.example . . PRE-READING:  Pre-teach vocabulary: . putting the rubbish into the dustbins B d. WARMER: Match the pictures in A with the description in B Period: 87 12A7: / / 2013 T’S AND SS’ ACTIVITIES Matching T chooses two teams Each team give their answers on the board A 10 ms 10 ms a. tán thành  Guess the title for the passage: A. Women’s Rights D. working in the office e. preparing meals b. . And then lets them to read the passage and do the tasks below Word meaning T asks SS to find the word in the box appearing in the passage and give the Vietnamese equivalents to the . taking care of the house and family f. MATERIALS: .example .struggle ['strʌgl] (n) sự đấu tranh .(to) advocate ['ædvəkeit] ủng hộ.situation Selection T asks SS to guess the title for the passage.Comprehend the passage. The Age of Enlightenment C. Women’s Role in Education III.situation .explanation . showing her interest in the kid’s learning c. lâu đời . Women’s Intellectual Ability B. students will be able to: . handouts… III. đối xử . WHILE-READING: Task 1: Give the Vietnamese equivalents to the following words and phrases 1. involvement: sự tham gia T checks and leads Ss to the Questions and answers .Textbook.deep-seated ['di:p'si:tid] (a) bền vững. pictures.Guess meaning from context. going to the grocery store II. human civilization: văn minh nhân loại 2.

B. intellectual ability: năng lực trí tuệ 8. 18th century European politicians 5. building houses C. Multiple choice T and Ss run through the task Next. homemaking: việc nội trợ và chăm sóc gia đình 7. According to the text. POST. 1. T lets SS check the selection Summary T asks SS summarise the reading passage by writing ONE sentence for each paragraph. C or D to answer the following questions. to free women from housework following words and phrases Pairwork T gives feedback. equal work opportunity: cơ hội việc làm bình đẳng Task 2: Choose the best option A. Women’s Role in Education IV. the right to equal pay C. resentful D. working in education B. to establish a friendly relationship between men and women 3 ms 7 ms C. 18th century European people B. Before the 18th century. Women’s Intellectual Ability B. T calls on some Ss to give their answers on the board. . what was the main role traditionally accorded to women? A. women were restricted to the role of mothers and wives due to the widespread doubt about their intellectual ability. disbelieving 3. taking care of the house and family D. T gives feedback. Women now enjoy important legal rights such as equal work opportunities and equal pay. Which of the following is NOT mentioned in the last paragraph as one of women’s legal rights today? A. deep-seated cultural beliefs: những niềm tin ăn sâu vào tiềm thức 6. 18th century European women D.READING: Summarise the reading passage by writing ONE sentence for each paragraph. The Age of Enlightenment C. respectful B. the right to hold property B. what is the purpose of the struggle for women’s rights? A. Age of Enlightenment: Thời Đại Khai Sáng 5. T asks Ss to work in pairs T calls on some Ss to give their answers on the board. the right to vote and to gain education. to bring equality between men and women D. what was the attitude of societies towards women’s intellectual ability? A. disbelieving D. 2. T checks by asking Ss to explain the answers B. supportive C. In the past. Women’s Rights D. What do “these pioneer thinkers” at the end of paragraph 2 refer to? A. working in factories 2. to argue that women have better intellectual ability 4.9 ms 4. 3. Suggested key: 1. According to the text. the right to vote Task 3: Checking SS’ prediction: A. equal employment opportunity rights D. 18th century European political philosophers C. The struggle for the women’s rights began in the 18 th century as European political philosophers believed that women should be treated equally.

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T models 1 . Women are usually more sympathetic than men. handouts… III. /I agree with you completely/ agreeing Absolutely! /That’s right! Partly Well. III. OBJECTIVE: By the end of the lesson. PROCEDURE: TIM E 5 ms 16 ms 13 ms CONTENT I. A 5. G. MATERIALS: . C T asks SS to read the expressions aloud T asks SS to read the statements and give their opinions. SS do the task in pairs Then T gives feedback. I. /That’s Disagreeing wrong. T leads Ss to the lesson * Keys: 1. A. .Talk about international organizations and their activities in charity and volunteer work. Women are usually more careful than men. Men are usually stronger than women./ To a certain extent. Women are better at running a home than men. Begin your responses with one of the expressions in Task 1. D. PRACTICE: Task 2: Read and respond to these statements. Women waste more time than men. Men are better at making decisions than women.Textbook. Washing the dishes 2.GRADE: 12 UNIT 15: WOMEN IN SOCIETY Lesson : SPEAKING Period: 88 Date of planning: / / 2013 Date of teaching: 12A5: / / 2013 12A6: / / 2013 12A7: / / 2013 I. Then. I see your point but…/ I don’t quite agreeing agree. Going to the supermarket II. Cooking the meal 5. II. Washing the clothes 3. students will be able to: . F. WARMER: T’S AND SS’ ACTIVITIES Matching A B C D E 1./ I’m afraid./ In my opinion… /From opinion my point of view.D 3. Women work harder than men. C.. yes. PRESENTATION: * Pre-teach Vocabulary: + neglect [ni'glekt] (v): sao lãng + rear (v): nuôi dưỡng + slave [sleiv] (n) : nô lệ + nonsense ['nɔnsəns] (n) : sự vô lý + rubbish ['rʌbi∫] (n): vật vô giá trị Task 1 : Study the expressions and practise saying them aloud Giving your I think… /I believe .E 2. H. I disagree.. Strongly What nonsense! /What rubbish! /I completely disagreeing disagree.. Example: Matching T asks SS to match the pictures with the descriptions below. B.B 4./As I see it… Strongly I quite agree.. /That’s not true. Cleaning the house 4. but… I don’t agree. E. Men Lose their temper more easily than women. Women are usually better with children than men.

.............. HOMEWORK: ........ I don’t agree............. C..................  Traditional role of  Be slaves at home..........  Better at looking after  Financially dependent children..  Lose contact with  Neglect family friends....... or power............  Housework can be  Can not of two jobs tiring............... ........ doing and have no decisions housework...... looking  Too boring to be after their children and housewives all their husbands..........  Prevent husbands from  Waste education and developing their full knowledge gained potential at work...... The following Suggestions might be useful to you....... V........................ IV..............Prepare vocabulary for lesson 3: Listening T lets SS discuss whether they agree or disagree with the following statements and give explanations. I quite agree..... Pairwork T asks SS to practise talking about their opinions in pairs Then.................. It’s boring to be housewives all their lives.......... . I think men are usually stronger than women.... they have time to look after their children and husbands......... EVALUATION: .......10 m 1m A....... IV.................. FOR AGAINST  Stay at home.. responsibilities if spending too much  Lose touch with social time at work......... Married women should not go work.. activities..... stressful and well at the same time: boring...... T calls on some other pairs to present in class.......... Example: B......................... PRODUCTION: Task 3: Discuss whether you agree or disagree with the following statements and give explanations............. housewives........ by men......... I think if they stay at hone. I think married women should not go to work....... lives.. rearing children and  Be looked down upon working at offices... before married..

Then T corrects with the whole class. WARMER: 1. 2 hours. Nearly two-thirds..saying ['seiiη] tục ngữ. T reads word by word Ss listen and repeat (chorally and individually) Multiple choices First.. T and Ss run through the statements Then.. C 3 hours. collecting firewood daily. . In Africa. the work is done by women. 8 ms Task 2 : Listen again then answer 1. According to the passage..agricultural [. is the amount of time a typical African woman spends on cooking every day. what do they earn for doing their domestic work? 3. A typical woman in a developing country spends… . what percentage of all the world’s jobs do women do? 2. B. OBJECTIVE: By the end of the lesson. students will be able to: .Answer comprehension questions II. Nearly three-fourths. B or C to complete each sentence 1. 1 hour. more than B. handouts… III.firewood ['faiəwud] củi . A. châm ngôn .. the average man. Electric 4. B. PROCEDURE: TIME 5 ms CONTENT I. B. …. T leads Ss to the pre-listening activity. A. A. 20 percent 4. of the farm work is done by men. of all working hours.Textbook.. How much food do women in developing countries produce? Period: 89 12A7: / / 2013 TS’ AND SS’ ACTIVITIVES Matching T asks SS to match the pictures with the descriptions below. chi tiết cụ thể * Run through two-thirds Africa three-fourths III. Vacuum 2.. Questions and answers T asks SS to look at the picture and practice asking answering the questions Then T lets them give their ideas orally and leads SS to the lesson T and SS run through the words Then.GRADE: 12 UNIT 15: WOMEN IN SOCIETY Lesson 3: LISTENING Date of planning: / / 2013 Date of teaching: 12A5: / / 2013 12A6: / / 2013 I. 2 hours. A. A.. SS do the task in pairs Then T gives feedback.respect [ri'spekt] khía cạnh.. 50 percent C. T calls on some Ss to give their answers orally T checks (Ss listen one more time) 1 B 2 C 3 C 4 A 5 B Comprehension questions T asks SS to listen to the CD again and answer the questions. the same as C less than 3.hold-up [hold up] . 80 percent. PRE-LISTENING: Discuss the question Is the life of a city woman easier than that of a village woman nowadays ? why ? * Pre teach-vocabulary . 2. MATERIALS: . 1 hour. ……. Gas stove cleaner Machine cooker 7 ms II. WHILE-LISTENING: 10 ms Task 1: Listen to the passage and rosette best answer A. Ss share their answers with their friends Next. T lets Ss listen twice After that. The average woman earns……. 5. ….. T may let SS hear the second time if necessary. Nearly so percent. C. A.Improve their listening skills through hearing monologue .ægri'kʌlt∫ərəl] (a) (thuộc) nông nghiệp . From that. C 3 hours. Washing 3.

. She spends the next hour and a half preparing food to cook. she gets up.. Ss work in groups of 4 T gives feedback 1m V. 80 percent of all agricultural work is done by women... 80 % 5.30 she cooks...... They earn nothing for doing their domestic work 3......30 pm.....Prepare vocabulary for lesson 4: Writing IV.......4...... From 6.45 am 6... 40 % 2.. then she collects water for another hour.. and she works there until 3..30 pm 6 ms IV....... research shows that perhaps women do more than their share of “holding up the sky". However... HOMEWORK: ........ Unit 15: WOMEN IN SOCIETY Women hold up half the sky. At 9.. she spends an hour washing the dishes... Millions also work outside the home. washes........... POST-LISTENING: Complete the table about a day work An African woman A Vietnamese woman FOOD FARMWORK TIME BEGIN TIME FINISH Gap. This is an old Chinese saying...00 pm........ They produce more than half of the food 4.... For this work they earn only 40 to 60 percent as much as men... and of course they earn nothing for their domestic work.... In parts of Africa.... She collects firewood until 4. What time does atypical day for an African village woman begin? 6........... She then goes to bed at 9.. It takes her half an hour to walk to the fields.... After dinner......... Fifty percent of the world's population are women.... Fill T asks SS to fill in the table with the information from the listening text. where three-fourths of the world's population lives... EVALUATION: .... ... women produce more than half of the food In Africa..... In developing countries.. How much farmwork do African women do? 5... Women hold forty percent of all the world's jobs..........30 to 8..... At 4. and eats.... this is a typical day for a village woman........... what time does it finish? Key : 1...00 pm then comes back home. but nearly two-thirds of all working hours are done by women. They do most of the domestic work like cooking and washing clothes........45 am.. At 4...

They have to do less house work when they have more children 3. PRE-WRITING: Task 1: The chart below shows the average hours of housework per week by people of different sexes and with different marital status in Fantasia. Married men and women without children spend 20 and 30 hours on their housework per week respectively . OBJECTIVE: By the end of the lesson. In general . in general.UNIT 15: WOMEN IN SOCIETY GRADE: 12 Lesson 4: WRITING Period: 90 Date of planning: / / 2013 Date of teaching: 12A5: / / 2013 12A6: / / 2013 12A7: / / 2013 I. WARMER:  MAIREDR :  MARRIED  CHILD BAEIRNG : CHILDBEARING  HOUSEHLOD : HOUSE HOLD  NMUBER : NUMBER  CHILD CRAE: CHILD CARE II. Who. . Do married men have to do more or less housework when they have more children? 4. What do you think should be are to reduce the unequal distribution of housework hours per week between married men and women? Keys: 1.married women do more housework than men do 2. Married men have to do less house work when they have more children 4. 40 30 20 55 50 60 50 30 20 Married w omen 15 Married men 10 10 0 Without children With 1-2 children With 2-3 children Answer the questions: 1.Textbook. does more housework? 2. students will be able to write a report describing the information shown in the column chart II. Do married women have to do more or less housework when they have more children? 3. It takes men and women with one or two children 15 and 50 Jumpled words T gets SS to work in groups and write the meaning words T gives feedback and leads SS to the lesson T asks SS to look at the chart and answer the questions Pairwork T gives feedback. How much time does it take men and women with one or two children do their housework every week? 6. 5. PROCEDURE: TIM E 5 ms 13 ms CONTENT TS’ AND SS’ ACTIVITIVES I. Look at the chart then answer the questions that follow. MATERIALS: . What are the number of weekly housework hours that men and women with three or more children of respectively? 7. handouts… III. How many hours do married men and women without children spend on their housework per week? 5.

.... Begin your report with: The column chart illustrates the average hours of housework per week done by married women in comparison with married men IV. meanwhile men's contribution in housework is about 20 hours.... The chart shows that the inequality in housework between husband and wife should be resolved... the gap of housework hours per week between men and women is not largely.18 ms 8 ms hours respectively to do their house work every week . WHILE-WRITING: Task 2: Write a report describing the information shown in the column chart in Task 1……..... the equality becomes more distinct........ To sum up......Prepare for the next lesson: Language focus IV.. As seen in the chart............. In families of one or two children.. the number of men's housework hours decreases to 15 hours............... They are 10 and 55 7...... III.than.. Men work fewer than women about 10 hours........... It is important that women should be liberated from the unreasonable burden of familial responsibilities...... In childless families................. We can see from the chart..... From the chart. ................ POST-WRITING: T gives useful language Write-it-up Ss work in groups of 4 T goes around to encourage Ss to involve in group Correction T calls two groups to display SHARING AND COMPARING their posters on the board Sample T corrects mistakes with whole The chart illustrates the average housework hours per week by class married women in comparison with married men........ And to get the target.................. 6.. men should do their share of house making. In contrast... 1 m V.......... fall... HOMEWORK: .. ...... Conclusion In general............... Undoubtedly. According to the chart..... Fewer.... . but............................. Body As can be seen from the data in the chart. however.. Women do some 30 hours per week...... drop...... more........... Useful expression Introduction The chart shows/describes/illustrates..than Rise.................. EVALUATION: .................... While.... but women's number of housework rises even to 50.......... less...... but women's housework hours rise to 55 per week......................................... ... there is distinctive difference in the average hours of housework in households..... Married men should spend more time sharing the housework with their wives. decrease... the cause of this rise is due to childcare.... And amazingly in households with three or more children.. . it can be seen that.............. ..

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Mr. OBJECTIVE: By the end of the lesson. T plays the CD and asks SS to repeat in chorus. Have your parents been to Britain. I haven’t. Shall I bring some sandwiches for you. 1. before I forget… have you heard the news? Miss Roke: No? Mr. Then T gives some more . Wise: That’s odd… Oh. I did. Miss Roke? Miss Roke: No. students will be able to use Phrasal verbs correctly. 2. handouts… III. David? David: Yes. too? 4. I’m not. David? David: No. Father: Are you drunk. 10ms GRAMMAR PHRASAL VERBS Presentation: What does he do? You look at him What does it mean? you explain it to me  Verbs go with preposition ask for = xin look for = tìm kiếm wait for = đợi cờ look out = cẩn thận listen to = lắng nghe look up = tra từ điển speak to someone = nói chuyện look forward to = trông chờ ai. Did you have a good holiday? 2. Father: Did you wash your free this morning.Textbook. Can I go with you Jack? 5. Wise: Were there any letters this morning? Miss Roke: No. sorry Dad. Must you go now? 3. 12 ms TH E RISING TUNE  Practise reading these sentences. Jo? * Practice reading these conversations 1. Mr. Wise: Miss Robert is getting married.GRADE: 12 UNIT 15: WOMEN IN SOCIETY Lesson 5: LANGUAGE FOCUS Date of planning: / / 2013 Date of teaching: 12A5: / / 2013 12A6: / / 2013 12A7: I. MATERIALS: . Real situation T uses the real situation and then gives Concept check. Father: Have you completed your essay? David: No. II. Are you thinking of getting married. PROCEDURE: TIME CONTENT Period: 91 / / 2013 T’S & SS’ ACTIVITIES INTONATION T takes notes on intonation and asks SS to copy down.

10. T gives feedback. SS give the answers orally. 3. That’s prohibited. You’re always asking me_____ Money.với ai cái gì talk about = nói về cái gì apply for: tìm việc talk to/with = nói với ai apply to: áp dụng vào talk to s. Gap-Fill T runs through the phrasal verbs and the sentences.I don’t understand what this means. who do I apply_____? 4. . Everybody will laugh at me. If I want a job at the factory. Be careful with those scissors! Don’t_____ them_____ me! 10 ms Exercise 2: Fill in each of the planks with an appropriate preposition if necessary Example: I’m not going out yet. We had an interesting discussion_____ the problem but we didn’t reach a decision.th to s. The roof of the house is in very bad condition. 9. 7. Let’s forget it. The woman silting opposite me on the train kept_____ me. 1m V. I’m waiting for the rain to stop. Can you explain it to me? I _____ my watch to see what the time was. I don’t know if I’ll get it. Key : 1 for 2 for 3 to 4 for 5 about 6 ____ 7 about 8 _____ 9 for 10 for . 1 glanced at 2 invited to 3 listen to 4 throw at 5 staring at 6 speaking 7 wrote to 8 point to Gap-Fill T runs the sentences. T gives feedback. I think we ought to do something_____ it. Sally and Kevin had an argument and now they’re not_____ I__ Joanna last week but she hasn’t replied to my letter yet. then asks SS to work in pairs and do the task. Ask somebody else for a change. HOMEWORK: . SS give the answers orally. Let’s forget it.14.o: giải thích * PRACTICE: 12 m Exercise 1: Choose one of the following verbs (in the correct form) + the correct preposition to complete the sentences explain invite laugh listen point glance speak throw stare write Example: . 5. I’ve searched everywhere_____ John but I haven’t been able to find him. We waited… Tim for lay an hour but he never came. but tomorrow they leave_____ Venice.o to : mời ai đến đâu look after = chăm sóc stare at: nhìn chằm chằm look at =nhìn ngắm explain s.15) common phrasal verbs. then asks SS to work in pairs and do the task. 8.Prepare vocabulary for Revision (Units 13. we’ve been _____ the party but unfortunately we can’t go.I Look stupid with his hair cut. I don’t want to talk_____ what happened last night. I’ve applied___ a job at the factory. 1. I don’t want to discuss_____ what happened last night. 2. 6. Don’t_____ stone_____ the birds. Keith and Sonia are touring Europe.Learn vocabulary and grammar points . Please _____ me! I’ve got something important to tell you. They’re in Rome at the moment.o about sth = nói vời ai search for: tìm về cái gì leave for: đi đâu write to someone = viết cho ai throw at: ném vào laugh at = chọc ghẹo invite s.

T leads Ss to the lesson.GRADE: 12 UNIT 16: THE ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHEAST ASIAN NATIONS Lesson 1: READING I.Textbook. xí nghiệp III.) → stable ['steibl] (adj) vững chắc.inti'grei∫n] (n) sự hợp lại. giả được → forgeable ['fɔ:dʒəbl] (adj) có thể ren luyện .socio-economic [.to accelerate [ək'seləreit]: to cause to move faster: thúc mau → acceleration [ək. example explanation situation translation example Gap-fill T asks SS to find the word in the box appearing in the passage and fill in the suitable sentences below. OBJECTIVE: By the end of the lesson. When did Vietnam join this association? 28 July 1995  Pre-teach vocabulary: . sự tích hợp → integrative ['intigreitiv] (adj) . ______ is the total value of goods and services produced by a country in one year. justice accelerate GDP enterprises diverse integration 1. WARMER: List the names of ASEAN countries Indonesia Malaysia Philippines Singapore Thái Lan Việt Nam Brunei Campuchia Lào Myanmar II.v) ước lượng . handouts… III..Know how to guess the meanings of the words from the contexts .Know how to skim for main ideas .domestic [də'mestik] (a): trong nhà. quốc nội . 2.to estimate ['estimit . Pairwork T gives feedback. .to stabilize ['steibilaiz]: làm ổn định → stability [stə'biləti] (unc) sự ổn định (giá cả. pictures.enterprise ['entəpraiz] (n) tổ chức kinh doanh.Know the Association of Southeast Asian Nations . hãng. students will be able to: .to forge [fɔ:dʒ] ren → forgeability ['fɔ:dʒə'biliti] (n) tính có thể ren luyện.Know how to scan for specific information II. hoà nhập → integration [. What does ASEAN stand for? Association of Southeast Asia Nations 8. MATERIALS: .'estimeit]: (n. WHILE-READING: Task 1: Choose the best words in the box to complete the following sentences.sousiou-i:kə'nɔmik] (a): kinh tế xã hội . ổn định .justice ['dʒʌstis] (n) sự công bằng . PROCEDURE: TIM E 5 ms 10 ms 7 ms Period: 94 CONTENT T’S AND SS’ ACTIVITIES I. Brainstorming T asks SS to give the members of ASEAN Each team give their answers on the board T checks and leads Ss to the Questions and answers Questions and Answers SS discuss in pairs first give their answers orally Then.to integrate ['intigreit]: hội nhập.to adopt [ə'dɔpt]: tiếp nhận ..selə'rei∫n] (n) . PRE-READING:  Questions: 7.diverse [dai'və:s] (adj) gồm nhiều loại khác nhau . They are demanding equal rights and _______.

READING: Summarise the passage. 2. justice GDP diverse integration accelerate enterprises True/False Statements T and Ss run through the task Next. 1998. F 6. Malaysia. The road is bordered by shopping centres. F 3. ASEAN was founded in 1967 in Bangkok. with a population of 575. Singapore and Thailand. 7 ms IV.Learn vocabulary and Read the passage aloud. F 4. 2. Indonesia. The ASEAN Vision 2020 was adopted in 1998.5 million   sq. 6. kilometers.Prepare vocabulary for lesson 2: Speaking 1. 4. It includes trade. energy. 5. transportation and communication. based on the years: 1967. with   a growth rate of around 6% per year from 2000 to 2004. 1995. science and technology. T checks by asking Ss to explain the answers 1. POST. What was the total trade value of ASEAN in 2006? 4. T 2. finance. rural development. The objective of the ASEAN Vision 2020 is to   create economic integration among the member countries. social progress and cultural development. and to promote peace and stability through respect for justice and the rule of law in the relationship among countries in the region. 1997. 2007. 2. agriculture. 1. It had a combined GDP of US$ 1282 billion. It was adopted in 1998. forestry. T calls on some Ss to give their answers on the board. Summary Tasks Ss to summarize based on the years provided. The ASEAN region has a total area of 4. and tourism. It was about US$ 1405 billion. He talked about the ______ of black childreb into the school system in the southern states of America. 3. 1999. T asks Ss to work in pairs T calls on some Ss to give their answers on the board. Her interests are very ______ 4. F Comprehension questions T gives the instruction T divides the class into three groups Each group gives their answers on the board T checks and decided the group winner. T 5. small and medium enterprises.5 billion. . 3. What are the two main goals of the Association? 3. When was the Hanoi plan of Action adopted? 5. ASEAN has actively contributed to improving the   socio-economic situations and solving the problems in the world.   5. services. 4. HOMEWORK: . restaurants and other commercial ______. What sectors does ASEAN economic cooperation include? 1. 6. 5. T F 1. 9 ms Task 3: Answer the following questions. 6 ms Task 2: Decide whether the following statements are true (T) or false (F). 6.   Thailand. The five original member countries. industry. investment. 5. 3. Vietnam is trying its best to ______ the rate of economic growth. namely. . The two main goals of the Association are to accelerate the economic growth. the Philippines.Write a paragraph about what you like or dislike about the Association of Southeast Asian Nations . 2020 1m V. Which countries founded Asian? 2. At present. 4.3.

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GRADE: 12

UNIT 16: THE ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHEAST ASIAN NATIONS

Lesson 2: SPEAKING
Period: 95
I. OBJECTIVE:
By the end of the lesson, students will be able to:
- to tell the name, the capital and the basic information about the facts of the ASEAN countries.
II. MATERIALS:
- Textbook, handouts…
III. PROCEDUR 98 E:
TIM
E
5 ms

CONTENT

T’S AND SS’ ACTIVITIES

I. WARMER:

Picture presentation
T asks SS to guess what the
picture is about
SS do the task in pairs
Then T gives feedback.
Then, T leads Ss to the lesson
pose (ở tư thế)

Leaders from the ASEAN hold hands as they pose for a group
photo before the 13th ASEAN Summit Plenary session in Singapore
II. PRESENTATION:
16 ms
Pre-teach vocabulary:
- Buddhism ['budizm] ( n ): đạo Phật
- Catholicism [kə'θɔlisizm] ( n ): Thiên chúa giáo La Mã
- Christianity [,kristi'æniti] ( n ): đạo Cơ Đốc
- Islam [iz'lɑ:m; 'islɑ:m] ( n ): đạo hồi
- currency ['kʌrənsi] ( n ) : tiền tệ
- Baht [ba:t] ( n): đồng bạt ( đơn vị tiền Thailand )
- Peso ['peisou] ( n ) : đồng Pê-sô ( đơn vị tiền Philippines)
Task 1: Discuss and write down the name and its capital under
each national flags.

situation
situation
situation
situation
example
example
example
T asks SS to work in pairs
and discuss and write down
the name and its capital
under each national flags.
T gives feedback
Yangon

Vietnam-Hanoi

Malaysia
Kuala Lumpur

Philippines
Manila

Laos
Vientiane

Singapore
Singapore

Indonesia
Jakarta

Thailand
Bangkok

17 ms

6m

1m

Myanmar
Combodia
Brunei
Naypyidaw
Phnom Penh
Bandar Seri Begawan
III. PRACTICE:
Task 2: Discuss and use the information in task 1 and facts
T runs through vocabulary.
below to ask and answer about some of the ASEAN countries.
T makes the model with a
good student.
MALAYSIA
PHILIPPINES
Then, T asks Ss to practise in
Area: 330,252 sq. km
Area: 300,000 sq. km
pairs
Population: 27,174,000
Population: 88,875,000
Official language(s): Malay,
Official language(s): Filipino,Next, T calls on some pairs to
practise in class
English, Tamil
English
Religion(s): Islam, Buddhism
Religion(s): Christianity
Currency: Ringgit
( mostly Roman Catholic)
(Malaysian dollar)
Currency: Peso
THAILAND
SINGAPORE
Area: 513,120 sq. km
Area: 704 sq. km
Population: 65,694,000
Population: 4,589,000
Official language(s): Thai
Official language(s): Malay,
Religion(s): Buddhism
English, Tamil, Chinese
Currency: Baht
Religion(s): Buddhism, Islam,
Hinduism, Christianity
Currency: Singapore dollar
IV. PRODUCTION:
Task 3: Talk about one of the ASEAN countries.
T asks SS to practise talking
Malaysia has a total area of 330,252 sq. km. Its capital is Kuala about one of the ASEAN
Lumpur. It has a population of 27,174,000. The official
countries
languages used in Malaysia are Malay, English and Tamil ……
Then, T calls on some other
…………………..……
groups to present in class.
V. HOMEWORK:
- Prepare vocabulary for lesson 3: Listening

IV. EVALUATION:

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GRADE: 12

UNIT 16: THE ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHEAST ASIAN NATIONS

Lesson 3: LISTENING
I. OBJECTIVE:
By the end of the lesson, students will be able to:
- know more about the using of English and religions in ASEAN nations.
II. MATERIALS:
- Textbook, handouts…
III. PROCEDURE:
TIM
E
5 ms

CONTENT
I. WARMER:

Period: 96

TS’ AND SS’ ACTIVITIVES

Network
T asks SS to list as many as
Buddhism
possible the names popular
Popular religions
religions
From that, T leads Ss to the
pre-listening activity.
7 ms II. PRE-LISTENING:
Questions and answers
 Pick out the countries in which English is used as the second T asks SS to look at the picture
language: Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, Thailand, Philipines, and practice asking answering
the questions
Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore, Brunei, Myanmar.
Then T lets them give their
 Philipines, Malaysia, Singapore, Brunei
ideas orally and leads SS to the
 Listen and repeat:
lesson
Buddist
Catholic
geo-politcal entity
Muslim
God
predominantly [pri'dɔminəntli] T and SS run through the words
Then, T reads word by word
phần lớn, chủ yếu là
Ss listen and repeat (chorally
and individually)
III. WHILE-LISTENING:
10 ms Tasks 1: Listen to the tape and choose the best answer A, B or Multiple choices
C to complete each sentence
First, T and Ss run through the
1. Nga asked her father about_______
statements
A. the English language spoken in the US.
Then, T lets Ss listen twice
B. people who speak English in the UK.
After that, Ss share their
C.The number of people who speak English in the ASEAN answers with their friends
countries.
Next, T calls on some Ss to give
2.The ASEAN countries include______
their answers orally
A. about a quarter of a billion Muslims.
T checks (Ss listen one more
B. 25 million Muslims.
time)
C. half a billion Muslims.
Key:
3. Muslims mostly live in ________
A. the Philipines.
1C
2A
3C
4A 5 B
B. Indonesia and Myanmar.
C. Indonesia and Malaysia.
4. The main religion in Vietnam is __________
A. Buddhism.
B. Islam.
C. Catholicism.
5. Mr Hung thought that __________
A. he himself would wake up late the next morning.
B. Nga would get up late the next morning.
C. both of them would wake up late the next morning.
8 ms
Task 2: Listen to the tape again and answer the questions: Comprehension questions
1. When will Nga sudmit the essay to her teacher?
T asks SS to listen to the CD
2. What country has the large number of English speakers? again and answer the
3. How many people speak English in the ASEAN region? questions. T may let SS hear
4. Is English mostly spoken in Philipines?
the second time if necessary.

Why don’t you go to bed? Nga: I’m trying to finish my essay about the culture and religions of the ASEAN countries. . let me try to remember. IV.6 ms Key: 1. I think. 1m Then T corrects with the whole class. The ASEAN countries have more Muslims than any other geopolitical entity. It's the religion of the Muslims. Hung: I'm not sure. 4. Many people go to pagodas. Nga: Really? Exactly how many people speak English? Mr. Nga: And what about the other religions? Mr. Islam…. Hung: Around 50 million. it is. The US. and now I think I've got all the information I need for my essay. Nga: What is Islam? Mr. I’ll have to submit it to my teacher tomorrow. Yes. Hung: What are you doing? It’s so late. about a quarter of a billion. Nga: Well. Nga: Can you tell me something more about the Muslims? Mr. Nga: But how many Muslims. Dad? Mr. Finish your writing and go to bed. Hung: That's all right. But the ASEAN region has the third largest number of English speakers -just after the US and UK. Listing religions in Vietnam: Key: Buddhism. May I ask you something. and Catholics in the Philippines. I'm afraid you'll get up late tomorrow morning. POST-LISTENING: 2. … mostly in the Philippines. cao dai. Thank you very much. Hung: It's Buddhism. Dad. T asks SS list as many religions as possible T gives feedback V.Prepare vocabulary for lesson 4: Writing Tapescript: Mr. Nga: Do you know anything about religions? Mr. Hung: Other main religions of the various countries in the region include large numbers of Buddhists.. Catholicism.. Mr. Tomorrow( the next day) 3. Around 50 million. HOMEWORK: . They are Islam. Dad? Mr. Phat giao Hoa hao. Hung: It's an interesting question. mostly in Indonesia and Malaysia. Nga: What is the main religion in Vietnam? Mr. Hung: The ASEAN countries include three main religions. Buddhism and Catholicism. Hung: Yes? What’s that? Nga: Do you know how many people in Southeast Asia speak English? Mr. Hung: A religion based on a belief in one god and the teaching of Muhammad. Hung: Oh.

is going to spend his summer vacation in one of the ASEAN countries.……………. T asks SS to read the text and answer the questions T elicits useful language Write-it-up Ss work in groups of 4 T goes around to encourage Ss to involve in group-work Correction 80 Cau Go Street. Ha Long bay b. Van Mieu II.  Closing  Signature III. Trang Tien bridge f. The beach of Vung Tau g. II. OBJECTIVE: By the end of the lesson. WHILE-WRITING: David. POST-WRITING: Dear David. Thien Mu pagoda d.180) 2. MATERIALS: .places to visit . You want him to visit Vietnam.location .natural features .food . PROCEDURE: TIM E 5 ms CONTENT I. Outline  Date  Salutation  Body: .people . Da Lat c. handouts… III. WARMER: 1 2 13 ms 18 ms 8 ms TS’ AND SS’ ACTIVITIVES 3 4 7 5 6 a. students will be able to: . Matching T gets SS to work in groups and select the reasons for the organizations. Complete the letter of recommendation with the missing sentences in the box. Vietnam their posters on the board January 11st. ( Task 1 – p. Use the outline above. 2009 T corrects mistakes with whole class . T gives feedback and leads SS to the lesson Keys: 1b 2c 3d 4g 5f 6e 7a Using Reading text. IV.Textbook. PRE-WRITING: 1. Nha Trang city e.GRADE: 12 UNIT 16: THE ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHEAST ASIAN NATIONS Lesson 4: WRITING Period: 97 I. Hoan Kiem District.how to write a letter of recommendation. Write a letter to him recommending a significant place you are familiar with. T calls two groups to display Hanoi.entertainment . your pen pal.

. you can also enjoy the quiet and poetic atmosphere of the garden houses of ancient architecture.................................. .. Yours sincerely........... especially on the moonlit nights........... HOMEWORK: .....1m I'm glad to hear that you've decided to spend your summer holiday in one of the ASEAN countries............... EVALUATION: ............... Kim Hong V...... It's Hue. And another fantastic attraction to tourists is the boat trip on the Huong River............. I'd like to recommend you a wonderful place in Vietnam to you.... In this ancient city. So.............. The city lies on both sides of the Huong River..... the tombs of the former emperors................................... our ancient capital in the central Vietnam.. You can spend and enjoy the quiet and peace of the night time on the boat listening to the poetic songs of Hue's singers........ ...............Prepare for the next lesson: Language focus IV.. Besides these... Coming to Hue........... pagodas and houses built on the same principles as the Forbidden Palace in Peking.... It has been said these tombs are Hue's most spectacular tourist attractions.. I think you should come and visit it..................................... Hue is also famous for its royal tombs........ you should not forget to enjoy Hue's specialties such as mussel rice and many kinds of cakes........... you can find palaces.. People in this old royal capital are said to be friendly and hospitable..... I'm looking forward to hearing from you.................. Hue was the capital of Vietnam during the Nguyen Dynasty and is one of the cultural cores of our country.

OBJECTIVE: By the end of the lesson. since I began this grammar Matching T uses the real situation and then gives Concept check. She had never had a chance to use her e. MATERIALS: .GRADE: 12 UNIT 16: THE ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHEAST ASIAN NATIONS Lesson 5: LANGUAGE FOCUS Period: I. I have answered all of the questions correctly d. before you light up a Japanese cigarette 6. Is your sister older or younger than you? 9. Are you coming or not? 8.Textbook. II.Use Phrasal verbs correctly. PROCEDURE: CONTENT TIME T’S & SS’ ACTIVITIES PRONUNCIATION Guessing the words through picture T takes notes on intonation and asks SS to copy down. Do you live in a house or in a flat? 2. 12 ms T plays the CD and asks SS to repeat in chorus. Do you want to have lunch now or wait till later? 10. Key: 1c 4f 5a 8d 2h 6b 3e 7g . students will be able to: . Listen and repeat: 1. 5. Is Jane a teacher or a student? 3. We can speak French f. until she went to Tokyo last month. Did Italy or Brazil win the World Cup? GRAMMAR ADVERBIAL CLAUSE MAIN CLAUSE OF TIME 1. 3. He was sitting on the beach a. Is today Tuesday or Wednesday? 7. The train had gone b. as soon as his parents went home. Remember to ask for permission c. handouts… III. my intonation. Is the baby a boy or a girl? 5. 10ms IS IT FALL OR SPRING? How can I speak this? Notice my voice. 2. when he heard a noise 4. Shall we go by bus or by train? 6. as soon as we have finished this course in Boston University. Would you like some tea or coffee? 4.

Present progressive ( nhấn mạnh hđ dang xảy ra) Present perfect (since) .. Không sử dụng thì tương lai trong mệnh đề trạng từ chỉ thời gian.Persent perfect ( hđ hoàn tất) . till your parents come here 8.well exercise on verb tenses 7.Simple present ..Simple Past a. h. Don’t go anywhere g.Simple Past ( thói quen) .when as long as * PRACTICE: Exercise 1: Complete each of the following sentences. Simple Past .Simple present MĐ TRẠNG TỪ CHỈ THỜI GIAN . by the time we arrived Form: MỆNH ĐỀ CHÍNH 1.am/ is/ are going to +Vo .Simple Past .Past continuous (hđ đang xảy ra ở qk) . Future . using a Gap-Fill ..will have V3/ ed 3.will/ shall + Vo .Simple past 2.Past perfect Past continuous .than hardly .Persent perfect ( nhấn mạnh hđ hoàn tất) .Simple present (thói quen) . Tom was playing game online.. b.Past continuous Past perfect . MĐ TT chỉ thời gian được bắt đầu bằng các liên từ: 12 ms when whenever before after since as as soon as while till/ until just as no sooner .

Let’s go out before it starts raining. 7.suitable adverbial clause of time in the box. then asks SS to work in pairs and do the task. (had) graduated 7. 8. T gives feedback. then asks SS to work in pairs and do the task. She’ll phone you as soon as she arrives in Ho Chi Minh city. T runs the sentences. 4. don’t forget to turn off the flights. then asks SS to work in pairs and do the task. Make sentences from pictures T runs through the phrasal verbs and the sentences. am 8. T gives feedback. There is a danger of war as long as imperialism exists. we started rebuilding the country. are playing 4. 2.182) Keys: 1.(p.184) Keys: 1. have finished 6. 5. We’ll come to see you whenever we are in Hanoi. Tom sang a merry song as he walked away. After he had done his homework.(p. SS give the answers orally. got 5. We’ll let you know as soon as we have made our decision. 3. using one as an adverbial clause of time with the given conjunction . SS give the answers orally. 4. I’ll stay till you get back. SS give the answers orally. T runs through the sentences. have read Exercise 3: Combine two sentences. . Kate will come back home after she has finish the last semester. They met a lot of people while they were on holiday. arrives 2. 6. After the war was over.183) Keys: 1. T gives feedback. 10 ms Exercise 2: : Supply the correct tense form of the verbs in brackets. 6. 7. I haven’t met them since I left school.(p. 5. Before you leave. he went to bed. 2. Robert suddenly began to feel ill while he was doing the examination. arrives 3. 3. I’ll give you my address when I have found somewhere to live.

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