Thiết kế bài dạy môn Tiếng Anh 11 năm 2009 - Period 92 đến period 96

Thiết kế bài dạy môn Tiếng Anh 11 năm 2009 - Period 92 đến period 96

I. Aims: Help Ss develop their reading skill – reading about astronauts’ space conquest in the world

II. Objectives: By the end of the lesson my Ss will be able to:

 - talk about astronauts and their works.

 - learn new words through situations, pictures.

 - wide their knowledge about space conquest from the lesson.

III. Skills: - Main skills: Reading

 - Sub. Skills: Speaking – Writing – Listening

IV. Methods: Communicative approach

V. Teaching aids: textbook, sub board, handouts

VI. Procedures:

 

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LESSON PLAN	
Period 92 UNIT 15: SPACE CONQUEST	 Lesson 1: Reading 	 Date: 05 / 04/ 2009 
I. Aims: Help Ss develop their reading skill – reading about astronauts’ space conquest in the world
II. Objectives: By the end of the lesson my Ss will be able to:
	- talk about astronauts and their works.
	- learn new words through situations, pictures.
	- wide their knowledge about space conquest from the lesson.
III. Skills: - Main skills: Reading 
	 - Sub. Skills: Speaking – Writing – Listening
IV. Methods: Communicative approach
V. Teaching aids: textbook, sub board, handouts
VI. Procedures: 
STAGES / TIMING
FOCUS / SKILLS
TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES
STUDENTS’ ACTIVITIES
Warm up
T – Ss 5’
 Ss - T
Introduction
T – Ss 1’
Pre-reading
Ss - T 4’
T – Ss 7’
S – S 3’
While-reading
Ind. 8’
S - S 10’
Ss – T
T - Ss
After-reading
Ind. 6’
S - S 
Ss - T
Homework
T - Ss 1’
T asks Ss to look at the picture in the text book and answer the following questions:
 1. Look at the picture and tell me what you see in picture 1, 2, 3.
 2. Do you know the people who are they?
 3. What do you call a person who flies a plane / a spaceship?
T introduces new lesson: 
UNIT 15: SPACE CONQUEST - Lesson 1: Reading
T asks Ss to answer the questions in the text book.
 1. Who is the first human to fly into space?
 2. Can you name the first human to set foot on the moon?
 3. Who is the first Vietnamese person to fly into space?
T gives feed back and gives correct answers:
* Pre-teach vocabulary
T elicits or presents the meaning of some important new words.
- space (n)
- conquest (n)
- to set foot on
- to fly into space = to lift into space aboard
- gravity (n): the pull of the earth
- cosmonaut (n) : (translation)
- last (v) (gap fill)
 How long does this film?
- name after (v) (context)
 This street was named after a Vietnamese writer.
 What does named after mean? (được đặt tên theo)
 Checking:
T asks Ss to work in pairs to complete the following sentences with the words just learnt.
1. Pham Tuan was a very well-know..in Vietnam.
2. Water runs downhill because of..
3. My school was..a national hero.
4. Our summer holiday often..about three months.
 Task 1: Match the headings to the paragraphs.
T asks Ss to match the headings to the paragraphs.
 T goes around the class and provides help if necessary.
 Paragraph 1 -A : The tragic accident
 2 - B : The lift off
 3 - C : Congratulations
 4 - D : A view on Earth
 5 - E: Uncertainties.
T calls on some Ss to read aloud their answers.
T checks and gives correct answers.
 Task 2: Read the passage again and answer the questions.
T asks Ss to work in pairs to answer the questions.
T calls on some Ss to write their answers on the board and asks them to explain their answers.
T gives the correct answers.
 Complete the summary of reading passage by putting the words / phrases in the box into the blanks:
impossible, named after, lasted, gravity,
success, view, in space, cosmonaut
 On April 12 , 1961 Yuri Gagarin , a Russian (1)became the first human being (2). Although his light (3).only 108 minutes, it (4)made him a national hero. He also became the first person to eat and drink in zero (5).and he was able to (6).the Earth in the way that no one had done before. Unfortunately, a plane crash in march 1968 made Gagarin‘s desire of revisiting space (7)After his death, his hometown and cosmonaut training centre at star city, Russian were (8)him.
T asks Ss to work individually and then compare in pairs.
T goes around the class to check and help.
T checks their answer in front of the class.
T summarizes the main points.
T assigns homework.
+ Translate the summary (task 3) into Vietnamese.
Ss answer the questions in pair work.
 Expected answers:
 - Picture 1: Neil Armstrong is the first human to set foot on the moon .He is an American astronaut.
 - Picture 2: Yuri Gagarin is the first human in space .He is a Russian astronaut.
 - Picture 3: Pham Tuan is the first Vietnamese in space
Ss listen to T.
Ss work individual and whole class.
 Expected answers:
1: The first human to fly into space is Yuri Alekseyevich Gagarin.
2: The first human to set foot on the moon are Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin.
3: The first Vietnamese to fly into space is Pham Tuan.
Ss learn some new words.
Ss work in pairs to complete the following sentences with the words just learnt.
 Expected answers:
1. cosmonaut 2. gravity
3. named after 4. lasts
Ss work individually and compare in pair work
Ss share their answers with their friends.
Ss give their answers in front of the class.
Ss take notes.
 Expected answers:
Paragraph 1 - B : The lift off
 2 - E : uncertainties
 3 - D : A view on Earth
 4 - C : Congratulations
 5 - A: The traffic accident.
Ss work in pairs to answer the questions.
Ss write their answers on the board and explain their choice.
Ss take notes.
 Expected answers:
1 : He was 27 then
2 : He was in space for 108 minutes
3: They were: “what would happen to a human being in space or how the body would react to the extreme changes in temperature or how the mind would deal with the psychological tension?”
4: It was more than 17.000 miles per hour.
5: Because he died in a plane crash on a routine training flight in march 1968.
6: After his death, his home town of Gzahatsk was renamed Gagarin, and the cosmonaut training centre at star city, Russia, was given the name of this national hero.
Ss work individually and then compare in pairs.
Ss share their answers with their friends.
Ss give their answers in front of the class.
Ss take notes.
 Expected answers:
1) Cosmonaut
2) in space
3) lasted
4) success
5) gravity
6) view
7) impossible
8) named after
Ss take notes.
LESSON PLAN	
Period 93 UNIT 15: SPACE CONQUEST	 Lesson 2: Speaking	 	 Date: 10/ 04/ 2009 
I. Aims: Help Ss talk about China’s first manned spacecraft and the important events in space exploration.
II. Objectives: By the end of the lesson my Ss will be able to
- ask and answer questions on the given information
 - talk about historical events in the space conquest
III. Skills: Main skills: Speaking – Listening
	 Sub. Skills: Writing – Reading 
IV. Methods: Communicative approach
V. Teaching aids: textbook, sub board, handouts
VI. Procedures: 
STAGES / TIMING
FOCUS / SKILLS
TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES
STUDENTS’ ACTIVITIES
Warm up
T - Ss 4’
Ss - T
Introduction
T – Ss 1’
Pre-speaking
T – Ss 5’
While-speaking
S - S 10’
Ss – T
T - Ss
T – Ss 4’
Ss - T
S - S 10’
Ss – T
T - Ss
Post-speaking
Ss - Ss 10’
Ss – T
T -Ss
Homework
T -Ss 1’
T asks Ss close the book and then T shows pictures of China’ astronaut with the spacecraft was called “ Shenzhou 5”
T asks Ss look at these pictures and answer:
1. Who’s he?
2. What is his nationality?
T introduces new lesson: 
UNIT 15: SPACE CONQUEST - Lesson 2: Speaking
* Pre-teach vocabulary
T elicits or presents the meaning of some important new words.
- launch (v) (gap-fill):
 The first spacecraft wasinto space in 1957. (launched)
- mark (v) (translation):
- human (n) (gap-fill):
 Only hcan use language to communicate.
- orbit (n) (translation):
 Checking : Rub out and remember
 Task 1: Read the following piece of news, then ask and answer questions.
T asks Ss to work in pairs, read the following piece of news, then ask and answer questions.
T calls on some pairs to practise asking and answering questions.
 On 15 October in2003, China launched its first manned spacecraft into space. The spacecraft was called “Shenzhou 5”. Yang Liwei, China’s first astronaut was 38 years old then. The successful flight marked a milestone in China’s project. China became the third country in the world to be able to independently carry out manned space flights.
 Setting model:
A: When did China launch its first manned spacecraft into space? 
B: on October 15, 2003
Make questions with:
What..?
How old .?
How important ?
How many.?
Task 2: Make questions and answers about the important events in space conquest. 
T shows pictures of some famous astronauts and asks Ss to look at the pictures, answer the questions:
 1. Who are they?
 2. What are their nationalities?
T writes the model sentences on the board and explains them.
T shows model with a student in the class.
Setting model:
A: When did Russian launch its first artificial satellite?
B: on October 4, 1957.
A: What is the name of Russian’s first artificial satellite?
B: Sputnik.
A: How important was the artificial satellite to Russia?
B: The first artificial satellite marked the beginning of space Age.
T asks Ss to work in pairs to make questions and answers about the important events in space conquest.
T goes around to help and check Ss then T calls a pair of a group practice in front of the class.
T corrects mistake their pronunciation.
* Talk about the important events in space exploration.
T asks Ss to work in 8 groups. Each group will talk about an important event in space exploration in paragraph.
T calls on some groups to present their discussions.
T gives feedback.
T summarizes the main points.
T assigns homework.
 + write a short paragraph about the one important event in space conquest.
Ss look at the pictures and answer the questions
Expected answers:
 He’s Liwei. He’s Chinese. He’s China’s first astronaut. Next is spacecraft was called “shenzhou 5”.
Ss listen to T.
Ss learn some new words.
Ss work in pairs, read the following piece of news, then ask and answer questions.
Ss practise asking and answering questions.
Ss take notes.
 Questions and answer:
A: What is the name of China’s first manned spacecraft?
B: Its name’s Shenzhou 5
A: What is the name of the astronaut?
B: His name’ s Yang Liwei
A: How old was he when he flew in to the space?
B: He was 38 years old
A: How important was the successful flight to China?
B: The successful flight made a milestone in China’s space project 
A: How many countries in the world have been able to carry out independently manned space activities? What are they?
B: There have been three. They are: Russian, the United State and China.
Ss look at the pictures, answer the questions:
 Expected answers:
Picture1: He’s Pham Tuan - Vietnamese astronaut
Picture2: He’s Yuri Gagarin - Russian cosmonaut
Picture3: He’s Armstrong - American astronaut
Picture4: He’s Buzz Aldin - American astronaut
Picture5: She’s Valentina Tereshkova - Russian 
 cosmonaut
Picture6: He’s John Glenn - American astronaut
Ss listen and take notes.
Ss work in pairs to make questions and answers about the important events in space conquest.
Ss practice in front of the class.
 Expected answers:
(2)A: who is the first woman to fly into space?
 B: That’s Valentina Tereshkova, a Russian cosmonaut.
 A: when did she fly into space?
 B: on June 16, 1963.
(3)A: who are the first human to set foot on the moon?
 B: They are Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin American  ...  help Ss (In need).
T calls some Ss to raise answers.
T summarizes the main points.
T assigns homework.
 + Write a short paragraph about this topic: In your opinion, why do people take interest in other planets in the solar system?
Ss answer some questions.
Ss answer the questions in front of the class.
 Expected answers:
1. Neil Armstrong & Buzz Aldrin.
2. American.
3. 20 July 1989
Ss listen to T.
Ss work in pairs to match the picture with the caption.
Ss share answers.
 Expected answers: 1d – 2a – 3c – 4e – 5b
Ss practice reading.
Ss take notes.
Ss learn some new words.
Ss complete the following sentences with the words just learnt.
 Expected answers:
surface 
challenge
experiment
astronaut
Ss read through the statements quickly.
Ss listen to the tapes.
Ss share their answers with their friends.
Ss give their answers and explain for their answers.
Ss take notes.
 Expected answers:
1. F - In a speech to the Congress in 1961, the US President Kennedy challenged the nation to put a man on the moon before the end of the decade.
2. F - There were 3 astronauts on board the spacecraft to the moon.
3. F
4. F – To walk on the moon, the astronauts had to wear a spacesuit with a portable life support system.
5. T
Ss read the questions.
Ss listen to the tapes.
Ss share their answers with their friends.
Ss give their answers and explain for their answers.
Ss take notes.
 Expected answers:
1. NASA’s Apollo Program.
2. On 16 July 1969.
3. Controlling the oxygen, temperature & pressure inside the space suit.
4. Two and a half hours
5. Performed a variety of experiments & collected soil & rock sample to return to Earth.
6. On 24 July 1969.
Ss work in group to discuss the questions.
Ss ask some difficult words.
Ss share answers & take notes.
1. Some reasons:
- Human beings like adventure.
- We want to find out possibilities of another life outside the earth.
- One day, we may send people to Mars and other planets in case the Earth is overpopulated.
- We may conduct research on Mars and other planets for the benefits of people on Earth.
- We may find precious minerals there.
- We may have trips to other planets for tourist purposes.
2. The three things are:
- camera.
- water / food.
- tent.
Ss take notes.
LESSON PLAN 
Period 95 UNIT 15: SPACE CONQUEST	 Lesson 4: Writing	 Date: 10/ 04/ 2009 
I. Aims: Help Ss develop their writing skill – writing a biography. 
II. Objectives: By the end of the lesson my Ss will be able to:
- get to know the content and structure of one’s person biography.
- write the biography of one identified person, based on the given information.
III. Skills: Main skills: Writing
	 Sub. skills: Reading - Speaking – Listening
IV. Methods: Communicative approach
V. Teaching aids: textbook, photos, handouts, sub boards
VI. Procedures: 
STAGES / TIMING
FOCUS / SKILLS
TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES
STUDENTS’ ACTIVITIES
Warm up
Ind. 5’
Ss - Ss
Introduction
T – Ss 1’
Pre-writing 
S - S 4’
Ss - T
T - Ss
Ss – Ss 4’
Ss – T
T - Ss
T – Ss 3’
While writing
 Ss - Ss 20’
 T - Ss
Post-writing 
 Ss - Ss 6’
 T - Ss
Homework
 T - Ss 2’
T asks Ss to close their books and answer the questions below after looking at a picture.
T shows the picture to Ss and ask them some questions such as: 
Questions
Suggested answers
1. What‘s his name? 
2. What’s his job?
3. What did he do?
4. Is he Russian?
1. He’s Neil Armstrong.
2. He’s astronaut
3. He, the first human, set foot on the moon 
4. No, he isn’t. He’s American.
T introduces new lesson:
 UNIT 15: SPACE CONQUEST 
 Lesson 4: Writing – Writing a biography
T asks Ss to find out necessary information to write a biography.
Place of birth
Quote
Biography
Date of birth
Career
Known as (famous for)
T explains some new words: Navy, B.S, M.S, WASA, investigate, space shuttle.
 Task 1: Put each of the headings in the box in the appropriate blank.
T calls on five representatives of five groups (chosen at random) to go to the BB to write down their answers.
T reminds Ss of using correctly the prepositions: in, at, on, from, to, with. and some phrases: 
- Be known as
- work as
- receive something from
- resign from something.
 Task 2: Write a biography of Neil Armstrong from the information given in Task 1.
T divide the class into 4 groups and gives each group an Ao paper has been covered with plastic and a marker and asks them to write Neil Armstrong’s biography by using task 1 cues in textbook. (Task 2)
T does the first sentence on the blackboard as an example:
 Neil Armstrong was born 5th August, in 1930.
T goes around the class to help the Ss if they have difficulty.
T asks Ss to stick their Ao sheets on the board, Ss and T corrects the Ss' mistakes.
T summarizes the main points.
T assigns homework.
 Ask students to a short biography of Marie Curie
7th 1867: born in Warsaw.
1891 : went to Paris
1894	 : got married
1903	 : received PhD
Ss close their books and answer the questions below after looking at a picture.
Ss answer the questions in front of the class.
Ss take notes.
Ss take notes.
Ss work in pairs and find out the necessary information to write a biography. Then, they answer the question.
Ss take notes.
Ss write down their answers on the board.
 Expected answers:
1. Date of birth 2. Place of birth
3. Known as 4. Career
5. Quote
Ss take notes.
Ss work in groups to write Neil Armstrong’s biography by using task 1 cues in textbook. (Task 2)
Ss and T corrects the Ss' mistakes.
Ss take notes.
 Suggested answers:
 Neil Armstrong is an American astronaut. He is known as the first person to walk on the moon. He was born on August 5th, 1930 in Wapakoneta in Ohio. From 1949 to 1952, he worked as a pilot in the United States Navy. Armstrong received his B.S. from Purdue University in 1955. in 1962, he joined the NASA astronaut program. On July 20th, 1969, Neil Armstrong became the first human to step on the moon’s surface. In 1970, Armstrong received his M.S. from the University of Southern California. He resigned from NASA a year later and from 1971 to 1979, he taught at the University of Cincinnati. In 1986, Armstrong was appointed vice chairman of the committee that investigated the space shuttle Challenger disaster. Armstrong is also well-known for what he said when he stepped on the moon’s surface: “That’s one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.”
Ss take notes.
LESSON PLAN	
Period 96 UNIT 15: SPACE CONQUEST	 Lesson 5: Language Focus 	 	 Date: 10/ 04/ 2009 
I. Aims: Help Ss
 - Distinguish the sounds /nt/, /nd/, /n/, /ns/ and /nz/. 
 - Review COULD/ BE ABLE TO and TAG QUESTIONS. 
II. Objectives: By the end of the lesson my Ss will be able to: 
- pronounce the sounds /nt/, /nd/, /n/, /ns/ and /nz/. clearly and correctly
 	- practice COULD/ BE ABLE TO and TAG QUESTIONS. 
III. Skills: Main skills: Speaking – Listening
	 Sub. skills: Writing – Reading
IV. Methods: Communicative approach
V. Teaching aids: textbook, handouts, cassette player
VI. Procedures: 
STAGES / TIMING
FOCUS / SKILLS
TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES
STUDENTS’ ACTIVITIES
Warm up
Ind. 5’
Ss - Ss
Introduction
T – Ss 1’
PRONUNCIATION
T – Ss 6’
Ss - T
GRAMMAR:
T – Ss 5’
Ss - T
S – S 8’
Ss – T
T – Ss
T – Ss 3’
Ss - T
S – S 8’
Ss – T
T – Ss
T – Ss 2’
Ind. 6’
S – S
Ss – T
T - Ss
Homework 
T – Ss 1’
T sets situation by giving two examples. 
Ex: 
1. Kent is my friend. He learns very hard and ranks tenth in my class. 
2. He went away yesterday so we had no chance to see him again. 
T: Read two sentences and guess what sounds we are going to learn today. 
T: The sounds /nt/, /nd/, /n/, /ns/ and /nz/. 
T introduces the lesson. 
UNIT 15: SPACE CONQUEST - Lesson 5: Language Focus
* Pronunciation: 
- T. introduces five sounds
- T. reads five sounds
- T. has Ss practice the dialogue 
- T. observes the whole class and helps them when needed 
- T. checks. T models the sounds for several times.
* Grammar and Vocabulary: 
Activity 1: T. uses examples to set situation. 
Ex: 
1. He could run very fast when he was young 
- We were able to get tickets for the match yesterday. 
- T. has Ss compare the difference between the verbs of two sentences 
- T. checks and explains. (chart) 
1. “COULD” is used to express an ability in the past 
2. “WERE ABLE TO” is used to express any complete success in the past. 
 Exercise 1: Complete the sentences using could, couldn’t or was / were able to. 
T asks Ss to work in pairs to complete the sentences.
T calls on some Ss to write their answers on the board.
T gives feedback and correct answers.
 Activity 2: 
T. sets situation 
T: You haven’t had lunch, have you? 
S: No, I haven’t 
T: Is the sentence a question? 
S: Yes, it is. It contains a tag questions. 
 Exercise 2: Read the situation and write a sentence with a tag question. In each situation you are asking your friend to agree with you. 
T asks Ss to work in pairs 
T has Ss practice in front of class 
T calls on some Ss to write the answers on the board 
T gives feedback and correct answers.
Notes: (chart) 
Statement	 Tag 
Affirmative 	à 	 Negative 
Negative	Affirmative
 Exercise 3: Mark and Jenny were showing some family photograph to a friend. Here are some of the questions that were asked. Complete the questions by adding the tag questions. 
T asks Ss to do Exercise 3 individually and then check their answers with a partner.
T calls on some Ss to practice in front of class.
T calls on some Ss to write the answers on the board 
T gives feedback and correct answers.
T summarizes the main points.
T assigns homework.
 + rewrite the exercises in their notebooks.
Ss follow these two examples and guess what sounds they are going to learn today. 
Ss guess.
Ss listen and take notes.
Ss look at the sounds in textbook 
Ss repeat after T. 
Ss practice reading aloud the dialogue in pairs 
Ss practice in front of class
Ss follow these two examples 
Ss compare the two verbs in pairs 
Ss take notes 
Ss work in pairs to complete the sentences.
Ss write their answers on the board.
Ss take notes.
 Expected answers:
 1. couldn’t / wasn’t able to 2. was able to
	3. was able to / could 4. was able to
	5. could / was able to 6. couldn’t / wasn’t able to 
Ss answer the questions 
Ss work in pairs 
Ss practice in front of class 
Ss write the answers on the board 
Ss take notes.
 Expected answers:
 1. It’s expensive, isn’t it? 
	2. The film was great, wasn’t it? 
	3. She has (got) a lovely voice, doesn’t she? 
	4. It doesn’t look very good, does it? 
	5. You’ve had your hair cut, haven’t you? 
Ss do Exercise 1 individually and then check their answers with a partner.
Ss practice in front of class.
Ss take notes.
 Expected answers:
 1.  doesn’t she? 
	2. , haven’t you? 
	3. , wasn’t it? 
	4. , didn’t we? 
	5. , won’t we? 
	6. , can’t you? 
	7. , mustn’t it? Ss take notes.
Ss take notes.

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