Bài soạn môn học Tiếng Anh lớp 11 - Unit 1 đến unit 9

Bài soạn môn học Tiếng Anh lớp 11 - Unit 1 đến unit 9

I. Aims:

II. Objectives:

III. Skills:

- Main skills : Reading and speaking

- Sub skills : Listening and writing

IV. New vocabulary:

- Nouns : motion picture, collaboration, script, scriptwriter, contribution, life-styles, cinematographer, film editor, awareness

- Adjs : documentary, significant, specific, final, contemporary, current,

- Verbs: influence, edit, broaden

V. Teaching aids:

- Board, textbook, tape, recorder, handouts.

VI. Procedures:

1. Review previous lesson :

(Brainstorming):

- What do you often do in your free time?

Expected answers: - walking/ playing football/ reading newspapers/ listening to music/ watching films/ singing karaoke/

- What kinds of film do you often see?

Expected answers: - educational films, documentary films, training films, newsreel, historical films, action films, comic film, cowboy film, silent film, black and white film, crime movie(phim hình sự),scientific and educational film, talking film, three-dimensional movie, travelogue (phim thám hiểm), detective film, feature film (phim truyện), vidfilm (phim truyền hình),propaganda film (phim tuyên truyền), kungfu film, .

 

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UNIT ONE
MOTION PICTURES
& 1-2
I. Aims:
II. Objectives:
III. Skills:
Main skills 	: Reading and speaking
Sub skills 	: Listening and writing
IV. New vocabulary:
Nouns : motion picture, collaboration, script, scriptwriter, contribution, life-styles, cinematographer, film editor, awareness
Adjs :	documentary, significant, specific, final, contemporary, current, 
Verbs:	influence, edit, broaden
V. Teaching aids:
Board, textbook, tape, recorder, handouts.
VI. Procedures:
1. Review previous lesson :
(Brainstorming): 
What do you often do in your free time?
Expected answers: - walking/ playing football/ reading newspapers/ listening to music/ watching films/ singing karaoke/
What kinds of film do you often see?
Expected answers: - educational films, documentary films, training films, newsreel, historical films, action films, comic film, cowboy film, silent film, black and white film, crime movie(phim hình sự),scientific and educational film, talking film, three-dimensional movie, travelogue (phim thám hiểm), detective film, feature film (phim truyện), vidfilm (phim truyền hình),propaganda film (phim tuyên truyền), kungfu film, .
2. Introduce new topic :
Divide the class into 2 teams
Divide the board into 2 parts & ask two students (in team) to write as many words as possible about films and kinds of film.
Now listen to the tape and checks(v) next to kinds of film mentioned :
( educational films, documentary films, training films, ....)
Ss open books and check their answers in pairs. (Unit 1: Motion pictures”)
3. Present :
New words on the board :
final (a)	: coming at the end (the final charter of a book)
specific (a) 	: detailed and precise (specific orders )
relating to one particular thing not general (the money is to be used for a specific purpose)
contribution (n) 	: act of contributing
à contribute (v) 	: (contribute money to a charity / new information on a scientific problem)
fiction 	: something inverted or imagined (contrasted with truth)
contemporary (a)	: of the present time.
influence (v)	: exert an influence on / having an effect on (Don’t be influenced by what she says)
awareness (n) 	: aware of / that having knowledge. (We are fully aware the facts)
broaden (v)	: widen
present (v)	: show or reveal
significant (a)	: meaningful, important, notable.
1950s : the nineteen fifties (51-59)
the early 1950s 	: (51-53)
the late 1950s 	: (57-59)
to bring about 	: cause to happen (bring about a war / reforms)
to compete (v)	: take part in a contest, exam
result (n)	: effect
*Whatever weather it is, we’ll start at 5 am
*Whatever nonsense the newspaper prints, some people always believe it.
Match the words in column A with its explanation in column B:
A
B
1. collaboration (n)
a. written text of a motion picture
2. life-style (n)
b. the way you live
3. influence (v)
c. to prepare a film by arranging filmed material in a particular order
4. edit (v)
d. working together to create or produce something
5. entertainment (v)
e. widen
6. script (n)
f. of the present time
7. craft (n)
g. relating to one particular thing not general
8. broaden (v)
h. an activity for which you need skills with your hands
9. contemporary (a)
i. to have an effect or influence on sb / sth
10. specific (a)
j. things to amuse people
Complete the following sentences with one of the above words, make changes if necessary:
Making a film requires the  of many people such as a scriptwriter, a film director, actors and actresses.
Don’t be  by what he says.
He is a . of my grandfather.
Motion pictures  our minds to new thoughts, new situations, new horizons.
We often go to the theatre at weekends for .. 
Movies make the viewers’ awareness of different .. wider.
The money is to be used for a  purpose.
Filmmakers can also use their .. for other purposes than to create a work of art and entertainment.
Expected answer:
collaboration
influenced
contemporary
broaden 
entertainment
life styles
specific
craft
4. Practise: 
(pre-reading) Asking the Ss to answer the questions :
a/ Guiding questions :
Do you think that motion picture is one of the most popular forms of entertainment throughout the world ?
Can you list some individuals whose contributions are important to a finished motion picture?
Do people imitate the dress fashions of film actors or actresses?
Is the motion picture a business that makes money?
Ss open their books and read the text silently, then in pairs check the answers on the board. 
(while-reading)
b/ Detailed questions :
Is the motion picture the work of single person ?
Does the cinematographer make an important contribution to finished motion pictures ?
Can you learn a lot about other countries by seeing films? Give some examples.
Motion pictures are not only used for entertainment but also used for other 
purposes : education, industry and real life, aren’t they?
Are all films made to tell stories or to be shown in theatres ?
Do filmmakers only use their craft to create a work of art and entertainment ?
Why have motion pictures existed until now?
Are you sure you read well? – comprehension (page 6 –7)
Yes – no questions – (page 7) 
Collecting information – (page 7)
Main ideas: Reread the text and try to find out the main ideas of each paragraph:
Para1: (Film is a kind of entertainment)
Para2: (The finished motion picture is the product of many individuals)
Para3: (Films have broadened viewers’ awareness)
Para4: (There are many kinds of films)
Para5: (Films are always an important art form and a significant cultural force.)
5. Communicate :(post-reading)
in groups Ss make questions (each group a para), then ask and answer the questions. 
in groups, discuss:
a. You have probably seen more than one film recently, perhaps on television if not in the theatre. What were they? Did you enjoy watching them or were some disappointing?
b. What kinds of film do you like to watch? Why?
What kinds of film don’t you like to watch? Why not?
c. Which film actors and actresses do you like most? Why do you like them?
d. Do you know the name of a director? Who?
6. Summary:
What is “ the motion picture” ? Can you tell the class something about motion pictures
The motion picture is very popular nowadays. It plays an (1)part in our lives. There are many kinds of (2)Films shown in the theatres for ..(3)are the best known. But there are also(4)films for schools, .(5).films for industry, and ..(6).films that present factual events. In .(7)various forms from fiction to documentary, the .(8).picture has become a significant element of contemporary ..(9). Movies have .(10)current standards of beauty and have set dress fashions.
Home assignment: 
Write a short paragraph about a film you like best. (about 50 words). Details mentioned: characters?/ kinds of film?/ director?/ what is it about?.....
Handouts:
Match the words in column A with its explanation in column B:
A
B
1. collaboration (n)
a. written text of a motion picture
2. life-style (n)
b. the way you live
3. influence (v)
c. to prepare a film by arranging filmed material in a particular order
4. edit (v)
d. working together to create or produce something
5. entertainment (v)
e. widen
6. script (n)
f. of the present time
7. craft (n)
g. relating to one particular thing not general
8. broaden (v)
h. an activity for which you need skills with your hands
9. contemporary (a)
i. to have an effect or influence on sb / sth
10. specific (a)
j. things to amuse people
What is “ the motion picture” ? Can you tell the class something about motion pictures
The motion picture is very popular nowadays. It plays an (1)part in our lives. There are many kinds of (2)Films shown in the theatres for ..(3)are the best known. But there are also(4)films for schools, .(5).films for industry, and ..(6).films that present factual events. In .(7)various forms from fiction to documentary, the .(8).picture has become a significant element of contemporary ..(9). Movies have .(10)current standards of beauty and have set dress fashions.
Home assignment: 
Write a short paragraph about a film you like best. (about 50 words). Details mentioned: characters?/ kinds of film?/ director?/ what is it about?.....
Complete the following sentences with one of the above words, make changes if necessary:
Making a film requires the  of many people such as a scriptwriter, a film director, actors and actresses.
Don’t be  by what he says.
He is a . of my grandfather.
Motion pictures  our minds to new thoughts, new situations, new horizons.
We often go to the theatre at weekends for .. 
Movies make the viewers’ awareness of different .. wider.
The money is to be used for a  purpose.
Filmmakers can also use their .. for other purposes than to create a work of art and entertainment.
Expected answer:
collaboration
influenced
contemporary
broaden 
entertainment
life styles
specific
craft
UNIT ONE
PRACTICE (1-2)
& 3-4
I. Aims:
Supplying a knowledge of English and its usage through communicative and writing activities.
II. Objectives:
By the end of the lesson, Ss will be able to write their own sentences using “Actually” and “Among” exactly.
III. Skills:
Speaking and writing (main)
Listening and reading (sub)
IV. Teaching aids:
Board, textbook, pictures
V. Procedures:
1. Review previous lesson :
Answer some Yes – No questions (quote a reason for each answer)
Do people imitate the dress fashions of film actors and actresses ?(Yes. 
Are documentary films used for training in industry ?
Will motion picture remain an important art form?
Do documentaries present the contemporary culture?
Say True or False:
All films are made to be shown in theatres.
Television shares viewers with the motion picture.
The finished motion picture is the work of a single person.
Training films are made for schools.
Fill in the blank the suitable word :
 The finished motion picture may look like the work of a single person. , it is the result of the collaboration of many individuals. ____________ these individuals are five whose contributions are important : the scriptwriter, the cinematographer, the film editor, the actors the director.
2. Introduce new topic:
Correct the first two sentences on the board.
Explain their meanings.
3. Present :
Actually confirms the truth of a previous assertion. (= indeed, in fact, in actual fact ), They are also used to contradict.
Ex : He looks honest. Actually, he’s a thief.
 She looks very tall. Actually, she’s only 1.62 m tall.
Say A (assertion) C (contradiction) for the following sentences:
a. She is a good doctor. Actually, she’s known to everybody. (A)
b. She looks quiet. Actually, she is very smart. (C)
c. He can play football very well. Actually, he is a champion. (A)
d. He looks younger than his wife. Actually, he’s a lot older. (C)
Among is used to express inclusion (part of the whole), association (a group of person) a ... ty.
They refused (allow) us ( go) out.
Are you allowed (smoke) here?
Try (avoid) (drive) in the centre of a town at night.
Your hair needs (cut). It’s too long.
Change into the opposite voice: (1m)
How was the problem solved?
John took the books yesterday.
John was said to be very rich.
They are going to paint the walls.
Choose the correct words in parentheses: (1m)
Let’s start work again. We have too (much / many / few) holidays.
The children were standing around me. I gave (each / neither / several) an apple.
Come on Tuesday or Thursday. (Both / Either / Each) is OK.
Put ( a little / a few / many) sugar in this cup of coffee.
Write complete sentences using the given words: (1m)
Remember / put / name / paper.
Are you / excite / when you see / excite / films / ?
ANSWERS FOR ONE PERIOD TEST (CLASS 11 : AB)
Fill in each blank with one suitable word: (2ms)
The town drunkard stirs, the clerks wake up, a furious clatter of wagons follows. Every house and store pours out a human contribution, and in an instant the dead town is alive and moving. Wagons, carts, men, boys, all go hurrying from many quarters to a common center, the wharf. Assembled there, the people fasten their eyes on the coming boat as they would on a wonder they are seeing for the first time.
The boat is rather a handsome sight. She is long, sharp, trim, and pretty; she has two tall chimneys with a gilded device of some kind swung between them, and a fancy pilot house. The paddle boxes are gorgeous with a picture above the boat’s name. The upper decks are black with passengers; the captain stands by the big bell, the envy of all.
Give the correct form of the words in brackets: (1m)
published
expectation
succeeded
death
died
death
succeeded
expectation
Give the correct form of the verbs in brackets: (4ms)
disappointing / disappointed
surprising / surprised
envying / envied
interesting
distinguished
to avoid / driving
to pass / to study
to use
changing
to give
to go
tiring
bored
encouraging
disappointed
wearing
to be invited
to allow
to go
to smoke
to avoid / driving
cutting
Change into the opposite voice: (1m)
They knew that he was very rich 10 years ago.
Where is the new fridge put?
They saw him steal the car yesterday.
The little boys are going to be made to climb the chimneys.
How did they solve the problem?
The books were taken by John yesterday.
They said that John is very rich.
The walls are going to be painted.
Choose the correct words in parentheses: (1m)
few
either
a little
any
many 
each
either
a little
Write complete sentences using the given words: (1m)
It was a tiring meeting.
It’s no use telephoning Lan. She’s out now.
Remember to put your name on the paper.
Are you excited when you see exciting films?
THE SECOND TERM EXAMINATION
CLASS: 11 – TIME ALLOTTED: 60MINUTES
Fill in each blank with one suitable word: (2ms)
Mark Twain (1835–(1) ) Samuel Langhorne (2)., (3) ..to most people as Mark Twain, was born in a small town near Hannibal, Mo. He (4)his boyhood in Hannibal, which is on the (5)....River. When he (6) ...up he became a river pilot. Later he went west and (7)...as a newspaper reporter in Virginia City, Nev. While he was on this job he began to (8)..his articles “Mark Twain”
Give the correct form of the words in brackets: (1m)
I felt so (sleep) that I went to bed early. 
Toys are necessary for the mental (grow) of children.
The surgeons tried their best to save his life, but unfortunately the operation was (success)
This restaurant is (fame) for its western meal.
Give the correct form of the verbs in parentheses: (2ms)
Try (avoid) (meet) him when he is busy.
She appeared with a (please) smile.
He told her it was just another (interest) experience in life.
The students will study the (follow) words.
Nothing will make me (change) my mind.
The teacher recommends (prepare) the lessons well before (come) to class.
Complete the following sentences with the correct form of DO or MAKE: (1m)
I’d ..only two jobs a month.
I don’t usually ..1,000,000 VND a month.
she doesn’t see you.
The children are .. too much noise outside the house.
Combine these pairs of sentences using relative clauses: (1m)
The workers refused to work. Their wages were paid too slowly.
These pictures still look very bright and clear. They were all taken in 1975.
Who was that girl? You talked with her in the party last night.
Our teacher naturally speaks English perfectly. She is an American.
Choose the best answer: (1m)
(None / Neither / Much) of the two passengers could speak English well.
This jacket cost too (much / many / much of ) money.
The two drivers were rushed to hospital, but (neither of / none of / both of ) them was badly injured.
Give the flowers ( a little / a few / a lot ) water everyday.
Rewrite these sentences, beginning with the given words: (2ms)
She doesn’t live alone any longer. (No longer)
Students could understand that lesson thoroughly because of the teacher’s clear explanation. (Because the teacher..)
Our guests arrived late because the weather was bad. (Because of..)
Although William had a bad cold, he still went to work. (In spite.)
The lessons are being written by the students now. (The students.)
Our salary was going to be increased. (They .)
This job has to be done at once. (They)
They will hold the meeting before May Day. (The meeting...)
(ANSWERS) THE SECOND TERM EXAMINATION
CLASS: 11 – TIME ALLOTTED: 60MINUTES
Fill in each blank with one suitable word: (2ms)
Mark Twain (1835 – (1) 1910) Samuel Langhorne (2) Clemens, (3) known to most people as Mark Twain, was born in a small town near Hannibal, Mo. He (4) spent his boyhood in Hannibal, which is on the (5) Mississippi River. When he (6) grew up he became a river pilot. Later he went west and (7) worked as a newspaper reporter in Virginia City, Nev. While he was on this job he began to (8) sign his articles “Mark Twain”.
Give the correct form of the words in brackets: (1m)
sleepy
growth
unsuccessful
famous
Give the correct form of the verbs in parentheses: (2ms)
to avoid – meeting
pleasing
interesting
following
change
preparing – coming
Complete the following sentences with the correct form of DO or MAKE: (1m)
done
make
Make
making
Combine these pairs of sentences using relative clauses: (1m)
The workers whose wages were paid too slowly refused to work. 
These pictures, which were all taken in 1975, still look very bright and clear. 
Who was that girl, with whom you talked in the party last night?
Our teacher, who is an American, naturally speaks English perfectly.
Choose the best answer: (1m)
Neither
much
neither of 
a little
Rewrite these sentences, beginning with the given words: (2ms)
No longer does she live alone.
Because the teacher’s explanation was clear, students could understand that lesson thoroughly. (Because the teacher explained the lesson clearly..)
Because of the bad weather, our guests arrived late.
In spite of William’s bad cold, he still went to work.
The students are writing the lessons now.
They were going to increase our salary.
They have to do this job at once. 
The meeting will be held before May Day. 
Fill in each blank with one suitable word (2ms)
Mark Twain (1835 – 1910) Samuel Langhorn Clemens, (1) to most people as Mark Twain, was born in a small town near Hannibal, Mo. He spent his (2) in Hannibal, which is on the Mississippi River. When he grew up he became a river pilot.
Later he went west and worked ..(3) a newspaper reporter in Virginia City, Nev. While he was .(4) this job he began to sign his (5).. “Mark Twain”. These words, used by river pilots, mean “two .(6) (12 feet) deep”. From then on Clemens used Mark Twain as his pen name.
Clemens worked on other newspaper, traveled, and gave (7).His first (8). success was “The celebrated jumping Frog of Calaveras County”, a book about his European travels.
Supply the correct form of the words in parentheses: (1m)
He never takes his parents’ ..(advise)
The South Vietnam was completely .on April 30, 1975. (liberate)
He won wide. in the field of tropical medicine. (recognize)
The Second of September is VietnameseDay. (depend)
Give the correct form of the verb in brackets: (2ms)
Three quarters of a potato (be) water.
The statistics (be) rather complicated.
The police (make) many enquiries about the murder up till now. 
Don’t eat much (can) food.
He got several (deserve) honours.
He prefers (drive) to (drive).
Nothing will make me (change) my mind.
Fill the correct forms of “do” or “make” in the blanks to make correct sentences: (1m)
I dislike ..homework.
I couldn’t come because I was busy . my new dress.
Who . this beautiful chair?
She never .. such a mistake before.
Use a relative pronoun to combine each pair of sentences below: (1m)
The man is my father. I respect his opinions most.
I saw a lot of people and horses. They went to market.
I’ve sent him two letters. He has received neither of them.
Max isn’t home yet. That worries me.
Choose the correct answer: (1m)
“Are you going hunting this year?” “I don’t know. There are .. deer in this area.”
a. so few
b. so little
c. no a lot of 
d. only a few of
“What would you like to drink?” I’ll have .., please.”
a. a coffee cup
b. small coffee
c. a little coffee
d. a cup coffee
Some people are planning to vote, but .. are staying home.
a. much of them
b. more of them
c. little of them
d. many of them
A teacher’s equipment usually includes..
a. a few pieces of chalk
b. a few chalks
c. a little number of chalk
d. a small number of chalk
Rewrite the following sentences without changing the meaning: (2ms)
Although it got dark, we continued to work. (In spite of .)
Margaret stayed home because her mother was sick. (Because of ..)
He walked slowly because of his injured legs. (Because..)
She has never been in such an embarrassing situation before. (Never)
The injections would have killed the patient. (The patient)
We heard him scream in the room. (He..)
He was believed to have died of cholera. ( Everybody)
I have been made to take a bitter medicine. (The nurse.)
ANSWERS
0.25 m
known
boyhood / childhood
as
on
articles
fathoms
lectures
literary
0.25 m
advice
liberated
recognition
independence
0.25 m
is
are
have made / have been making
canned
deserved
driving - being driven
change
0.25 m
doing
making
made
has made
0.25 m
The man whose opinions I respect most..
I sawhorses that went to ..
I’ve .. letters, neither of which he .
Mary.yet, which worries me.
0.25 m
a
c
d
a
0.25
In spite of the darkness, we continued to work.
Because of Margaret’s mother’s sickness, she .
Because his legs were injured, ..
Never before has she been..
The patient would have been killed by the injections.
He was heard to scream in the room.
Everybody believed he had died of cholera.
The nurse has made me take a bitter medicine.

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