Bài soạn môn học Tiếng Anh 11 - Period 118 - Unit14: Lesson: Language Focus - Grammar

Bài soạn môn học Tiếng Anh 11 - Period 118 - Unit14: Lesson: Language Focus - Grammar

I. Aims :

- By the end of the lesson, the students are able to make compound nouns with the words space and air.

- By the end of the lesson, the students are able to distinguish and use can, could and be able to.

II. Lexical items :

-persuade - foggy - disturb - stuck

III. Structures :

- Joe can speak four languages.

- We were able to persuade them at last.

IV. Teaching aids:

- textbook - handouts - pieces of paper

- chalk and board

V. Techniques :

- Grammar-based (Can, could, and be able to)

 

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Lesson Plan (grade 11 – advanced)
Period 118: 	Preparation date :8 /4/2008
Unit14 :	Lesson : 	Language Focus- grammar
Aims :
By the end of the lesson, the students are able to make compound nouns with the words space and air. 
By the end of the lesson, the students are able to distinguish and use can, could and be able to.
Lexical items :
-persuade	 - foggy	- disturb	- stuck
Structures :
Joe can speak four languages.
We were able to persuade them at last.
Teaching aids:
- textbook	- handouts	- pieces of paper
- chalk and board	
Techniques : 
- Grammar-based (Can, could, and be able to)
Procedures :	
State/time
Teacher’s and students’ activities
Blackboard
Materials
1. warm-up
(7’)
Game: Hot Seat
-Divide SS into 2 groups ,A and B.
-Choose one representative from each group to sit in the “hot seat” in the front with their backs to the board.
-Write a word on the board and ask the groups to explain what the word is so that their team mate in the “hot seat” can guess the word.
-Tell SS they must not say the word, translate the word or use gestures.
-Give one point to the first group to successfully guess the word. And continue with a new word.
-The group with more points wins the game. 
-Keep a running total of points for each group on the board.
-Declare the winner.
These are the words used in the game:
Moon	NASA	Yuri Gagarin
Plane	airport	spaceman
-Write the words plane, airport, and spaceman on the board.
-Ask SS to give other words for plane.
-Elicit from SS the word class or part of speech of these words.
( expected : they are nouns
Transition:
-Yes, these are nouns are formed by two words together, so they are called compound nouns, part of the lesson today will focus on compound nouns space and air.
T writes down on the board :
Unit 14 Language Focus 
-Pictures
- chalk and board
2. word study (12’)
3. Grammar
(2’)
Compound Nouns:
- elicit from SS the formation, meaning and stress pattern of the worlds.
- the meanings of these compounds take the meanings of both elements of the expressions.
- like most compound nouns, these compounds have the main stress on the first part.
Activity 1 Matching to make compound nouns (task a, p197)
-Ask SS to complete each of the sentences with a noun from the table in task a or a correct form of the verb given in the box.
-Tell SS to compare answers in pairs.
-Call on SS to read their completed sentences and check the answers with the whole class.
Activity : gap-filling (task b, p197)
- Ask SS to read the sentences and fill in each space with a suitable word from the list
- Tell SS to compare answers in pairs and then go over the answers with the whole class.
Can , could and be able to:
- elicit from SS sentences with can, could and be able to and then distinguish between these structures.
- sentence structure with can and be able to + infinitve: in the present tense, be able to is more formal and less usual than can
- we always use be able to , not can in these structures: to-infinitive, after a modal verb, present perfect.
- sentence structure with couldn’t and was / were able to.: we use could or was / were able to for general past ability or opportunity in the past.
To say that the ability or opportunity resulted in a particular action, something that really happened ( specific past action) , we use was/ were able to but not could
We can use either form in negative sentences or questions : couldn’t or wasn’t/ weren’t able to 
We normally use could ( not was/ were able to) with verbs the senses ( see, smell, taste , hear) and verbs of thinking ( understand, .)
Activity 1 : conversation completion (task a, p.198)
- Ask SS to read the sentences in the task and rewrite them using the passive structure.
-Tell SS to work with a partner and compare answers.
-Call on SS to write their sentences on the board and check with the class.
Activity 2: error recognition
- give each student a handout
- tell SS that some of the sentences are correct and some are in correct.
- Ask SS to correct the incorrect sentences and check the correct ones
Formation: 
Space
 + noun
Air 
a)Answers:
1. spaceman, space shuttle, space suit, space walk,
2. airline, airplane, air bed, airsick
 b) answers:
1. spaceman 2. airsick 3. space shuttle. 4. space suit 5. air bed
.
- textbook
- Chalk and board
Textbook
4. Homework
(1’)
Sentence Completion
-Give out handouts and SS to look at the information about the two restaurants and complete the sentences
Handout

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