Bài soạn môn học Tiếng Anh lớp 11 - Unit 9 đến unit 15

Bài soạn môn học Tiếng Anh lớp 11 - Unit 9 đến unit 15

I. Objectives

 By the end of the lesson Ss will be able to know more about the danger of nature and talk about natural beauty and recourses.

II. Teaching aids:

 Teacher’s book, textbook

III. Method:

 Integrated, mainly communicative.

IV. Procedure.

 

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 Nguyen Thi Thuong – THPT Nguyen Trung Ngan
N0 73 Date: Juanary, 5, 2009
The second term
Unit 9: NATURE IN DANGER
 Period 1: Reading
I. Objectives
 By the end of the lesson Ss will be able to know more about the danger of nature and talk about natural beauty and recourses.
II. Teaching aids: 
 Teacher’s book, textbook
III. Method: 
 Integrated, mainly communicative.
IV. Procedure.
T
Teacher’s activities
Students’ activities
1. Warm Up
2. New lesson
2.1 Before you read
Task a
- Ask Ss to look at the pictures and match them with correct national parks
- Give some information about the place
a. the highest mountains with snow all around, the roof of the world (nóc nhà thế giới) 
b. the largest hot rock, a lot of low bushes in Northern Territory (Australia).
c. a large cave in Quang Binh, World’s Natural Heritage Site
d. a hot spring with water rising up into the air in Wyoming (Hoa Ky)
e. a lot of birds in Tam Nong district, Dong Thap province.
f. a beautiful mountain with snow on top, a large lake.
- Call on some Ss to match 
- Check the answers
- Look at the pictures and match them with correct national parks.
- Listen to the teacher and write down
- Write the answers on the board.
b
e
a
f
c
d 
Task b
- Ask Ss to do the task b : Which of these activities may be harmful to the environment there?
- Give comments 
- Check the answers
- Anwer:
 The dangerous activities may destroy the environment:
Make a campfire ( may cause a forest fire)
Carve names or drawings on the rocks (may destroy the beauty of nature)
Break tree branches (may harm trees)
Dispose of garbage (will pollute the environment)
Go boating (will bring about waves that may cause soil erosion at the bank)
2.2 While you read
- Ask them to read the text and find out some new words..
Locate
Surprisingly
Atmosphere
Hallucinate
- Asks them to read and find out the title for the text.
Task a
- Ask Ss to read the text quickly in the first reading
- Have Ss number from the first line to the last line and underline new words in the second reading .
- Ask Ss to find out the main idea or the best title of the reading text.
- read the text and find out some new words..
- make a sentence with each new word
My school is located in My Hao district.
She is surprisingly beautiful
The atmosphere at the party is always good.
Drug addicts often hallucinate.
Work in pairs.
Mount Everest’s environmental problem and solutions,
- Read the text quickly in the first reading
- Number from the first line to the last line and underline new words in the second reading 
- Find out the main idea or the best title of the reading text.
3. Mt. Everest’s Environmental Problems and Solutions
3. Home work.
- Learn by heart the new words
- Prepare for the next lesson.
- Write the homework
N0 74 Date: Juanary, 6, 2009
Unit 9: NATURE IN DANGER
 Period 2: Reading
I. Objectives
 By the end of the lesson Ss will be able to know more about the danger of nature and talk about natural beauty and recourses.
II. Teaching aids: 
 Teacher’s book, textbook
III. Method: 
 Integrated, mainly communicative.
IV. Procedure.
T
Teacher’s activities
Students’ activities
Warm Up
New lesson
While you read
Task b
- Asks them to read the text and answer the questions.
1. Why is Mt Everest now called the world’s highest junkyard?
2. When do climbers need oxygen bottles? Why?
3.What do adventurers need for survival on the mountain?
4. In what way can the garbage on Mt Everest be cleaned up?
5. Did the Sherpas collect more or less garbage in 1998 than they had done in 1995?
6. Why must all expedition leave a deposit?
-Work in pairs.
- Ask for help if neceessary.
- Stand up and read aloud.
Because Mt. Everest – the highest place on earth - has a lot of garbage now.
They need oxygen bottles when they climb to the height of more than 7,000 meters where there is not enough oxygen to breath in.
They need fuel canisters, oxygen bottles, batteries. Food and drinks for survival on the mountain.
The Sherpas pick up garbage put it in their backpacks and bring it down to the food of the mountain.
They collected more than garbage in 1998 than they had done in 1995.
The reason why they must leave the deposit is that if they leave their equipment on the mountain, they can not get back the deposit. 
Task c
- Ask them to work in pairs.
See or hear things that do not exist because of illness or drugs.
Increase quickly.
The top of the mountain.
Make an effort, try to do something.
A sum of money that you give to somebody to ensure that you will return something to them.
- Work in pairs.
Hallucinate
Explode
Summit
Attempt
deposit
2.3. After you read
- Ask Ss to discuss in groups of 3:
“ What are some current problems in Viet Nam’s National parks and tourist attractions? Suggest solutions.”
- Discuss in groups
pollution may be caused by littering or smoking.
Illegal hunting may make some species of animals become extinct.
Cutting down trees may cause soil erosion and floods.
3. Homework.
- Learn by heart the new words.
- Prepare for the next lesson.
- Do it at home
	N0 75 Date: Juanary, 7, 2009
Unit 9: NATURE IN DANGER
 Period 3: Listening
I. Objectives
 - Help Ss understand about the effect of ecotourism.
II. Teaching aids: 
 Teacher’s book, textbook
III. Method: 
 Integrated, mainly communicative.
IV. Procedure.
T
Teacher’s activities
Students’ activities
1. Warm Up
jumbled words
leehpnat
treuan.
Opuletl
Work in pairs.
Elephant
Nature
pollute
New lesson
2.1 Before you listen
- Ask them to work in pairs:
Picture a
Picture b
Picture c
Picture d
Picture e
Picture f
- work in pairs then stand up and read aloud.
they are watching birds by binoculars
they are riding an elephant
they are boating along a river or a cannel.
They are hiking or walking in the forest
They are making a campfire.
They are watching a whale swimming.
3. While you listen 
a. task b.
- Asks them to listen and mark true or false.
- Play the cassette the first time.
- Checks their answers.
- Plays the second time.
- Checks their answers.
- Plays the third time slowly, sentence by sentence.
- Give correct answers.
- Ask them to compare with their answers.
- Listen and check.
- Stands up and reads
F –During an ecotourism, tourists may hunt animals.
T- Colorists like watching wild life.
T- Ecotourists do not want to harm the environment.
F- Ecotourism doesn’t harm the environment.
b. task c.
- Asks them to listen again and complete the table..
- Play the cassette recorder once.
- Calls them to stand up and read out.
- Gives correct answers:
- listen again and complete the table..
- stand up and read out
Ecotour Activities.
Their effects
Watching whales or dolphin
Watching birds
Walking on the grass and plants.
Noise from boats disturbs whales and dolphins which can become stressed and eat less.
The strong light from the flashes might frighten the birds.
- the vegetation might be harmed which causes soil erosion when there are heavy rains.
2. 3. After you listen.
- Asks them to discuss possible effects caused by ecotourists.
- Walks round to offer help.
- Calls some ss to stand up and read.
- Asks them to remarks.
- Gives correct answers:
- Ask them to copy.
- discuss possible effects caused by ecotourists.
- stand up and read
Making campfire may cause a forest fire.
Carving names or drawing on the rocks may destroyed the beauty of nature.
Picking flowers and breaking tree branches may harm trees.
Disposing of garbage will pollute the environment.
Going boating will bring about waves that may cause soil erosion at the banks.
3. Homework.
- Write about what ecotourists can do to harm environment.
- Prepare for the next lesson.
- Do it at home
- Look up for new words in the dictionary.
	N0 76 Date: Juanary, 10, 2009
Unit 9: NATURE IN DANGER
 Period 4: Speaking
I. Objectives
 - Help Ss give explainations of actions.
II. Teaching aids: 
 Teacher’s book, textbook, photos, pictures
III. Method: 
 Integrated, mainly communicative.
IV. Procedure.
T
Teacher’s activities
Students’ activities
1. Warm-up
- Ask Ss to answer the question:
“What is it?”
A fish gives birth to baby.
The biggest animals.
- Answer the question
Dolphin
Elephant
2. New lesson
2.1 Before you speak. 
Task a
- Ask them to work in pairs .
- Call them to stand up and say out.
A. Why should tourists wear sunglasses when they visit Ayers Rock?
- Work in pairs. Do in 4’
- Stand up and read aloud.
- Compared and correct.
B. Well, the thing is the sunlight there is very strong. Sunglasses help to protect their eyes.
2.2 While you speak
a. Task a.
- Have them do task b in group of four.
- Let them do in 10’
- Call some of them to stand up and read.
- Give them useful expressions.
ADVICE FOR PEOPLE TO PHONG NHA CAVE:
ADVICE FOR PEOPLE TO PHONG FUJI NATIONAL PARK:
ADVICE FOR PEOPLE TO PHONG TRAM CHIM NATIONAL PARK:
- Do the task b in group of 3
- Stand up and read.
DO: They should bring warm clothes, wear a life jacket, bring a flashlight.
DON’T: 
- They shouldn’t leave the group without notice.
-They shouldn’t throw plastic bags or cans into the water.
- They shouldn’t smoke.
DO: carry a backpack. Wear strong shoes, wear warm clothes.
DON’T: make a fire, litter, carry a traveling bag.
DO: bring binoculars, wear a hat, wear a life jacket.
DON’T: throw plastic bags or cans into the water, litter or smoke, shout or make big noises.
b.Task b.
S1: Why do we have to bring warm clothes when we go to phong nha cave?
S3: Why shouldn’t we smoke?
S5: Why shouldn’t we leave the group without notice?
 .
S7: Why should we do so?
S9: Why should we wear strong shoes?
S11: Why should we carry a backpack instead of a traveling bag?
S2: Because it is very cold inside the cave.
S4: Well the thing is smoking could pollute the air.
S6: In order not to get lost. And we should wear life jacket in case we fall into water.
S8: We should wear warm clothes when we go hiking in Mount Fuji National Park.
Because it’s rather cold at the top of the mountain.
S10: Because it will have long walks.
S12: Well we need free hands to climb
2.3 After you speak.
Task c.
- Get ss to work in pairs to discuss what tourist should or shouldn’t do there.
- Call one or two ss to stand up and say out
Work in pairs to discuss
Stand up and read out
When you go to Cuc Phuong National park you have to bring along a lighter, backpack, warm clothes,
We shouldn’t make campfire there.
3. Homework.
- Practice speaking at home.
- Prepare for the next lesson.
- Practice at home
- Look up new words.
N0 77 Date: Juanary, 12, 2009
Unit 9: NATURE IN DANGER
 Period 5: Writing
I. Objectives
 - Help Ss write a letter of complaint.
II. Teaching aids: 
 Teacher’s book, textbook, photos, pictures
III. Method: 
 Integrated, mainly communicative.
IV. Procedure.
T
Teac ...  
- work individually, read through the questions and listen to the teacher
- read the text and the task on their own.
- exchange their answers with a friend
- give their answers 
1. A 2. A 3. C
4. B 5. C
b. Task b.
- Ask them to read task b and do it.
- Ask them to work individually then compares with others.
- Walk round to offer help.
- Call some ss to stand up and read.
- Ask them to remarks.
- Give correct answers:
Read task b and do it.
Discuss with the partner.
Stand up and read aloud.
Ask for help if necessary.
1. 200 BC.
2. In September 1999, he launched his website to select the new Sevens Wonders of the world.
3. some candidates sites are from UNESCO’s world heritage list.
4. Seven 
5. Saturday, July7, 2007
6. The Eiffel Tower; the Statue of Liberty
7. under construction
2.3 After you read
- Ask them to work in pairs with task c.
- Call some ss to stand up and read.
- Walk round to offer help.
- work in pairs with task c
- stand up and read
1. New York – The Statue of Liberty (USA)
2. Paris: The Eiffel Tower ( France).
3. Pisa: The leaning Tower of Pisa (Italy).
4. Moscow: The Kremlin and the Red Square.(Russia)
5. Beijing: The Great Wall of China. ( China)
6. Agra – The Taj Mahal (India)
7. Sydney: Sydney Opera House.(Australia)
3. Homework
- write about one of wonder of the world.
-Prepare for the next lesson
Do it at home.
N0 125 Date: April, 15, 2009
Unit 15: Wonders of the World
 Period 3: Listening
I. Objectives
 - Help Ss understand speaker’s attitudes and know how to express themselves about what they have just listened.
II. Teaching aids: 
 Teacher’s book, textbook, photos, pictures
III. Methods: 
 Integrated, mainly communicative.
IV. Procedure
T
Teacher’s activities
Students’ activities
1. Warm Up
Give out some pictures and ask them to give each picture a name.
Discuss in groups.
Give the answers:
5’
2. New lesson
2.1 Before you listen
Task a
- Have ss work in pairs . read the text about The Taj Mahal.
- Explain new words.
- Walk round to offer help.
- Let them practice reading themselves. 
Vocabulary
Explain some new words
The Taj Mahal is often considered one of the most beautiful buildings in the world. It was built by an Indian Emperor as memorial to his beloved wife. Today, we will listen the introduction wonder of the world.
Battle (n) : a fight between armies, ships..
Rupee (n):the unit of money in India,Pakistan
Marble (n):a type of hard stone that is usually white and often has coloured lines in it.
Reflection (n): an image in a mirror
Mourn (v) Sth , for / over Sb
- Work in pairs.
- Read all of them .
- Listen to the teacher carefully.
Listen to the teacher and write down
trận chiến
Đơn vị tiền tệ của Ấn Độ, Pakistan
Đá hoa cẩm thạch
Hình ảnh phản chiếu trong gương
Than khóc
2.2 While you listen
a. Task b.
- Ask them to read the task first and guess 
- Play the cassette the first time.
- Check their answers.
- Play the second time.
- Check their answers.
- Play the third time slowly, sentence by sentence.
- Give correct answers.
- Ask them to compare with their answers.
When did she die?
What was the first promise she told him to make?
- Read the task individually. Guess 
- Listen and do the task.
- Listen and do.
- Listen and correct the answers.
- Compare.
- Exchange among themselves to check the answers
1.F. He first met her in his palace.
2.T. he was 15 years old the.
3.T. They fell in love at first sight.
4.F. THEIR WEDDING TOOK PLACE THREE YEARS LATER.
5.F. he became the fifth Mughal Emperor in 1528.
6. T. She was loved by all people.
She died when she was giving the birth to their 14th child.
The first promise she asked him to make was to build a monument to their love.
b. Task c.
- Ask them to read the task first and guess the answer
- Play the cassette recorder once.
- Call them to stand up and read out.
- Walk round to offer help.
- Ask them to remarks.
- Give correct answers:
- Read the task and guess the answer.
- Work in pairs.
- Listen and check.
- Stand up and reads
- Discuss with the partner.
- Stand up and read aloud.
- Ask for help if necessary.
1. 22
2. 32 million
3. twenty thousand
4. white marble
5.dawn
6. sunset
7.the Taj Mahal
2.3 After you listen
- Ask them to work in pairs to retell the story.
- Call some ss to stand up and read.
- Ask them to remarks.
- Work in pairs to retell the story
- Retell the story about the Taj Mahal
3. Homework
- Write about the Taj Mahal
- Prepare for the next lesson
Do it at home.
N0 126 Date: April, 17, 2009
Unit 15: Wonders of the World
 Period 4: Speaking
I. Objectives
- Help Ss know how to ask for and give information.
II. Teaching aids: 
 Teacher’s book, textbook, photos, pictures
III. Methods: 
 Integrated, mainly communicative.
IV. Procedure
T
Teacher’s activities
Students’ activities
1. Warm Up
2. New lesson
2.1 Before you
- Ask them work in pairs to match the pictures with the words.
- Walk round to offer help.
- Call them to stand up and say out.
Picture a
Picture b
Picture c
Picture d
Picture e
- Work in pairs with task a.
- Work in pairs. Do in 4’
- Stand up and read aloud.
- Compared and correct.
Sword lake in Ha Noi
Ben Thanh Market in HCM city.
Hoi An in Quang Nam Province
Thien Mu Pagoda in Hue.
A Cham temple in center of Viet Nam.
2.2 While you 
a. Task a.
- Have them to do task a. Let them do in 10’
- Call some of them to stand up and read.
- Walk round to offer help.
- Explain new words.
- Give model examples
A. What is the weather like in Ha Noi in may?
B. It is wet.
A.What kind of transportation can I travel?/ what means of transportation should I use?
B.There are many kinds of transportation you can take such as: taxi, cyclo, bus, bike and you can even walk.
A.What kind of specialties can I eat?
B.There are many specialties such as: Pho, Bun, Gio, Com, Banh Cuon.....
A. What about the price?
B.Don’t worry about it. They are very cheap.
Work in pairs 
Read all sentences carefully.
A.What kind of clothes should I bring along?
B.You should bring along light clothes such as T-shirt and jeans. You should bring along a rain coat and an umbrella.
A. Which place should I visit? / Where can I visit?
B. there are many beauty spot you can see such as: Hoan Kiem lake, Ho Chi Ming mausoleum, Temple of Literature, water park, Thu Le zoo.......
A. what about accommodation?
B. There are many hotels in Ha Noi. And they are not very expensive.
- work in pairs about other places such as Hue, Ben Thanh Market...
2.3 After you
- Have them to work in pairs about other places such as Hue, Ben Thanh Market...
- Let them do in 10’
- Call some ss to stand up and read aloud.
- Give correct answers.
- Call some ss to stand up and read aloud.
- Give correct answers.
Hello everyone. My last visit to a sightseeing spot was the one to Nha Trang, a famous city in the central part of our country. The weather was fine and the seafood was delicious. I specially enjoyed the blue sea and the beach with white sand in Nha Trang. I wish to be there again 
3. Homework
- Ask Ss to practice speaking at home
- Prepare for the next lesson.
Do it at home
N0 127 Date: April, 18, 2009
Unit 15: Wonders of the World
 Period 5: Writing
I. Objectives
- Help Ss know how to write a biography
II. Teaching aids: 
 Teacher’s book, textbook, photos, pictures
III. Methods: 
 Integrated, mainly communicative.
IV. Procedure
T
Teacher’s activities
Students’ activities
1. Warm Up
2. New lesson
2.1 Before you write
Task a.
 - Ask them to read the main points
- Explains some difficult words for them.
-Call some of them to stand up and read aloud.
- Correct mistakes.
1.Name, date of birth, place of birth....
The person’s family/social/cultural/educational 
2.Life and career.
Some highlights.
How this person influences others.
3. Date and place of death.
ackground.
Task b. 
- Introduce the aim of the lesson: writing a biography
- Ask them to read the text about Eiffel and reorder them to make a text.
- Read in silence.
- Ask for help if necessary.
- Write all in the note-books.
- Practise reading them.
- Stand up and read aloud.
Mr......... was born on.....in..........
He was born to a family known for..............
He started...............and became.............
He invented.................
He died in..........in.....aged.............
He will be remembered ................
Read them in silence and do the task.
Compare with a partner.
Answers:
 g- c- i- e - a – h – b – d - f	
2.2 While you Write
- Have Ss work individually and write a biography of a person who has had a special influence on other people
- Go round the class and provide help
- Have Ss exchange their writing to check for each other
work individually and write a biography of a person who has had a special influence on other people
2.3 After you
3. Homework
T
Teacher’s activities
Students’ activities
1. Warm Up
2. New lesson
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2.2 While you 
2.3 After you
3. Homework
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