Thiết kế bài dạy môn Tiếng Anh 11 năm 2010 - Unit 4: Special educatione, language focus

Thiết kế bài dạy môn Tiếng Anh 11 năm 2010 - Unit 4: Special educatione, language focus

Put the socks on top of the box.

He lost his job as a doctor in the hospital.

What’s wrong with you, boss?

Is walking called a sport?

He can’t talk to her any more.

Four of us have walked for fourteen miles.

 

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Thursday, October 22, 2009Welcome to our class Unit 4: SPECIAL EDUCATIONE. LANGUAGE FOCUSI. Pronunciation: /ɒ/ - /ɔ:/II. Grammar and vocabulary:	Ex.1. the + adjective	Ex.2. used to + infinitive	Ex.3. which as a connectorPronunciation	 -/ɒ//ɔ:/Put the socks on top of the box.He lost his job as a doctor in the hospital.What’s wrong with you, boss?Is walking called a sport?He can’t talk to her any more.Four of us have walked for fourteen miles.Practise these sentencesdogboardwhatbecausealldaughter/ɒ//ɔ:/ Put these words in correct columnEXERCISES1. Choose the best word/ phrase to fill in the blank.. need more help from us.A. DisabledB.C. The disabled manD. The manDisabled peopleWe can also say: need more help from usThe disabled2. Which word/ phrase has the same meaning with the underlined words? The young have to learn from the old. People Young student Young people Your babyII. Grammar and vocabularyII. Grammar and vocabulary	1. the + adjectiveWe use the + adjective to talk about groups of people 	ex:	the injured = injured people 	the young = young people	the poor =	the sick	 =	the unemployed =Exercise 11. The young have the future in their hands2. Ambulances arrived at the scene of the accident and took to hospital.3. Life is all right if you have a job, but things are not easy for .4. Julia has been a nurse all her life. She has spent her life caring for .5. In England there is an old story about a man called Robin Hood. It is said that he robbed and gave the money to .Complete these sentences using the + one of the adjectives:the injuredthe unemployedthe sickthe richthe poorInjured poor	rich 	 sick	 unemployed	 youngII. Grammar and vocabulary	2. used to + infinitiveWe use “used to + infinitive” for something often happened in the past but does not happen now.Ex1: Mr. Ba used to go to work by bicycle, but now he goes by bus.We also use “used to + infinitive” for something that was true but is not true any moreEx2: The ferry used to cross Ham Luong river in 15 minutes, but now it takes only 7 minutes	2. used to + infinitiveNegative form:	d) Interrogative form: didn’tuse to + infinitivedS + use to + infinitivedDid +?or: used not to + infinitiveor: Used + S + to + infinitive?Exercise 2. Complete the sentences with used to + a suitable word2. Liz a motorbike, but last year he sold it and bought a car.3. We came to live in Manchester a few years ago. We in Nottingham4. I rarely eat ice cream now, but I it when I was a childused to have1. Dennis gave up smoking two years ago. He 	used to smoke 40 cigarettes a day.used to liveused to eatExercise 2. Complete the sentences with used to + a suitable word6. It only takes me about 40 minutes to get to work since the new road was opened. It more than an hour.7. There a hotel opposite the station, but it closed a long time ago8. When you live in London, to the theatre?5. Jim my best friend, but we aren’t friends any longerused to beused to takeused to bedid you use to goUse suitable words to combine these sentences1. He is a student. He studies very well.  He is a student, he studies very well.2. She is deaf. She can play piano beautifully. She is deaf, she can play piano beautifully.3. Sheila couldn’t come to the party. This was a pity. Sheila couldn’t come to the party, was a pityandbutwhichEXERCISESII. Grammar and vocabulary	3. which as a connectorEx: Sheila couldn’t come to the party, which was a pity. The fact that Sheila couldn’t come to the party was a pity. It was a pity that Sheila couldn’t come to the party. “which” is a sentence connector. It replaces the clause 	standing before it.replacesclauseWe can also say:Exercise 3. Join a sentence from A with one from B to make a new sentence. Use whichA1. Sheilla couldn’t come to the party.2. Jill isn’t on the phone.3. Neil has passed his examinations.4. Our flight was delayed.5. Ann offerred to put me up for the night.6. The street I live in is very noisy at night.7. Our car has broken down.Ba. This was very nice of her.b. This means we can go away tomorrow.c. This makes it difficult to contact her.d. This makes it difficult to sleep.e. This was a pity.f. This is good news.g. This means we had to wait for hours at the airport.which was a pity.1. Sheilla couldn’t come to the party2. Jill isn’t on the phone3. Neil has passed his examinations4. Our flight was delayed5. Ann offerred to put me up for the night6. The street I live in is very noisy at night7. Our car has broken downwhich makes it difficult to contact her.which is good news.which means we had to wait for hours at the airport.which was very nice of her.which makes it difficult to sleep.which means we can go away tomorrow.

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