Bài soạn môn học Tiếng Anh 11 - Period 115 - Unit14: Lesson: Speaking

Bài soạn môn học Tiếng Anh 11 - Period 115 - Unit14: Lesson: Speaking

I. Aims :

- By the end of the lesson, the students are able to express degrees of certainty.

- By the end of the lesson, the students are able to give reasons to talk about their plans for future.

II. Lexical items :

-pale -holiday activities

III- Structures :

- I might go to Da Lat next summer vacation.

IV- Teaching aids:

- textbook - Handouts

- chalk - cards

V- Techniques :

- skill-based ( listening, speaking)

 

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Lesson Plan (grade 11 – advanced)
Period 115 : 	Preparation date :2 /4/2008
Unit14 :	Lesson : 	Speaking
Aims :
- By the end of the lesson, the students are able to express degrees of certainty.
- By the end of the lesson, the students are able to give reasons to talk about their plans for future.
Lexical items :
-pale	-holiday activities	
III- Structures :
- I might go to Da Lat next summer vacation.
Teaching aids:
- textbook	- Handouts
- chalk	- cards	 
Techniques : 
- skill-based ( listening, speaking)
Procedures :	
State/time
Teacher’s and students’ activities
Blackboard
Materials
1. warm-up
(7’)
Games: Flashing the Pictures
-Arrange SS to work in tow groups, A and B
-Flash a picture quickly and ask SS to say what it is ( Appendix 1a)
- With a correct sentence about the picture, the group scores one point. The group with more point wins the game.
-Keep a running total of points for each group on the board.
 -Declare the winner
-Ask SS ‘why is the baby crying?’
-If the answer is ‘He is hungry/’ ask SS how they know that.
-Ask SS what to use when they just guess, but not sure of something.
( Add a clock to the picture to show time in order to elicit more answers with high degree of certainty like ‘He must be’.) ( Appendix 1b)
-
( expected: May be/Perhaps he’s hungry. /He might be thirsty. /He must be sleepy. / )
Transition : -So when we are not sure of something, we can only tell the possibility. Today we will practice expressing possibility through different degrees of certainty
-Write down on the board : 
Unit 14 : Speaking – Talking about Possibility
-Handouts
2. Pre- Speaking
(7’)
1.Eliciting and Introducing useful language 
-Make questions to elicit and then introduce the language used to express possibility.
-Draw a continuum to show the degree of certainty the modals express.
Degrees of Certainty
Low degree	high degree
( Less Certain)	(More Certain)
Modals: may	should	must
	 Might 	can’t
	 Could	( sure or almost sure)
Adverbs: maybe
	 perhaps
Chalk and board
3. while-Speaking.
(23’)
4. Post-Speaking 
(7’)
5. Homework
(1’)
Activity 1: talking about the situation(tack a, p. 195) 
-Ask SS to work in pairs, read the situations and make a sentence using a suitable modal to express possibility.
-Go around to monitor and give help if necessary.
-Call on pairs of SS to act out the exchanges for the situations
-Give feedback and comments.
 Activity 2: talking about the pictures
-Ask SS to work in pairs
-Give each pair a set of pictures(Appendix 2)
-Tell SS to study the pictures and talk about what might happen in each case using suitable modals to express the degrees of certainty.
-Show are picture and modals an exchange to give SS an example.
-Go around to monitor unobtrusively.
- Call on SS to talk about the pictures and invite the class to express their opinion and to give comments.
-Give feedback and comments.
Activity 3: talking about plans for next summer vacation (task b, p.196)
-Arrange SS to work in small groups.
-Ask SS in their groups to talk about what they plan to do next summer vacation. Tell them to use the model the example exchange.
-Have SS do the task.
-Go around to check and give help if necessary.
-Call on some students to report about their groups.
-Give feedback and comments.
Writing about your plans
-Tell SS to write a few sentences about what they might do next summer vacation.
- Ask SS to form small groups of 4 or 5, exchange their writings for correction and share ideas.
- give feedback and comments
What’s in common?
-Ask SS to write a short paragraph about their group or class plans for the next vacation, beginning with:
Most of us in the group / class are not sure of what to do in the next summer vacation. Some might
Textbook 
Textbook
Handout 

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