Thiết kế bài dạy môn Tiếng Anh 11 - Period 37 đến period 47

Thiết kế bài dạy môn Tiếng Anh 11 - Period 37 đến period 47

Period 37

UNIT SEVEN: WORLD POPULATION

LESSON ONE : A - READING

A.Objectives:

1. Aims: By the end of the lesson,Student will able to:

- Aware of the danger of having many children.

- Develop such reading micro-skill as scanning for specific ideas, and guessing meaning in context.

- Use the information they have read to discuss the topic.

2. Knowledge:

+ Lexical items: To double (v)

 Average (a)

 Birth- control methods

 Family planning (n)

+ Structure: - It is the time sb did sth

 - To continue to do sth

3. Skill

+ Main skill: reading

+ Sub-skills: speaking and listening

 

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- Asking pupils : Who's absent today?
Date of teaching
Class
Absent students
11B2
11B7
Period 37
UNIT SEVEN: WORLD POPULATION
LESSON ONE : A - READING
A.Objectives:
1. Aims: By the end of the lesson,Student will able to:
- Aware of the danger of having many children.
- Develop such reading micro-skill as scanning for specific ideas, and guessing meaning in context.
- Use the information they have read to discuss the topic.
2. Knowledge:
+ Lexical items: To double (v)
 Average (a)
 Birth- control methods
 Family planning (n)
+ Structure: - It is the time sb did sth
 - To continue to do sth
3. Skill
+ Main skill: reading
+ Sub-skills: speaking and listening
B.Teaching method: Communicative approach
C.Teaching aids:
- Teacher: Sub-board, pictures, handouts, text book
- Students: textbook
D.Procedure
Teacher’s activities
Pupils’ activities
I. Warm up.(7m)
- Ask Ss to look at the picture in the textbook and answer the questions
+ Where can you find these scenes?
+ What does each of the pictures tell you?
+ Do you think that the larger in 
population a country is, the stronger it is? Why? Why not?
II. Before you read.(8m)
-Give and explain the meaning of the new words 
- Guide Ss to read the new words.
-New words:
To double (v)
Average (a)
Birth- control methods
Family planning (n)
It is the time sb did sth
To continue to do sth
III. While you read.
1. Activity 1: Task1 (10m): 
- Explain the meaning of the words in the box and guides Ss to read the new words.
- Get Ss to read the words in the box
- Get Ss to read the passage silently and do 
task 1 individually.
 - Go around the class and provide help if necessary.
- Call on some Ss to read aloud their
 answers. Ask them to explain their choice.
- Give correct answers:
. 
2. Activity 2: Task 2: (12m) 
- Ask Ss to read the questions and find the answers in the passage. 
- Get Ss to read the task requirement and do the task individually and then find a peer to compare their answers with.
+ First, Ss should skim the five questions to understand them
+ Underline the key words
+ Ss should go back the passage and locate the key words in the passage.
+ Ss should read the key words carefully to find the answers
- Call on some Ss to read aloud their answers and ask them to explain their choices
- Give correct answers. 
IV. After you read. (6m)
- Ask Ss to work in groups and find out five world largest countries in population.
- Control and correct.
V. Homework.(2m)
- Ask Ss to summarize the main content of
 the passages.
- Observe the picture then answer the questions 
* Suggested keys
+ These scenes can be found in poor or 
under-developed country
+ The upper picture dscribes a poor family in the remote village.
- The lower picture describes a poor slum in a small town or city.
+ I don’t think it usually is.
- Listen then copy down in their noteboobs
- Read in chorus
read the passage silently
- Individual work
- Speak aloud
- give and explain their choice.
1.although 5. figures
2. method 6. limit
3. increases 7. international
4. resources 8. control
- Individual work
Answers.
1.The population of the world in 10,000 B.C. was 10 million; in 1750 it was 625 million; in 1850 it was 1300 million; in 1950 it was 2510 million; in 1985 it was 4760 million; in 2000 
it was 6.6 billion. 
2. By the year 2015, the population of the world is expected to be over 7 billion.
3. Some scientists say it can, but others say it can’t
4. No, they don’t
5. Because they know of no safe way to have fewer children.
- work in groups
 Five world largest countries in population.
China
India
United State
4. Indonesia
Brazil
- summarize the main content of the 
passages. 
- Asking pupils : Who's absent today?
Date of teaching
Class
Absent students
11B2
11B7
Period 38
UNIT SEVEN: WORLD POPULATION
LESSON TWO: B - SPEAKING
A.Objectives:
1. Aims: By the end of the lesson,Student will able to:
- Talk about the causes of population explosion, problems of population booms and solutions to these problems 
2. Knowledge:
+ Lexical items: + First/ firstly, second, next
 + also, besides, moreover, in addition, furthermore.
 + The first problem is that/ the next solution is that
 + on the one hand, on the other hand, hower, bu
+ Structure: - to be aware of
 - to exercise
 - to carry out
3. Skill
+ Main skill: speaking 
+ Sub-skills: writing and listening
B.Teaching method: Communicative approach
C.Teaching aids:
- Teacher: Sub-board, pictures, handouts, text book
- Students: textbook
D.Procedure
Teacher’s activities
Pupils’ activities
I. Warm up. (5m)
Ask Ss to name some largest countries in population.
II. Before you speak
* Task1:(10m) 
- Ask Ss to read the causes provided on page
 83. 
- Get Ss to work in pairs to order the causes
 and remind them to explain their order.
- Go around to observe and provide help.
- Call on some pairs to present their order and ask other pairs if they agree or disagree with their friends’ answers
III. While you speak
1. Activity 1:Task 2 (8m )
- Ask Ss to read the useful language on page 
83 and then ask Ss to match the words on 
the left with the words on the right
- Ask Ss to work in pairs to list the problems 
of poor and overpopulated countries.
- Call on some Ss to report their answers and ask other Ss to feedback. Comment and give corrective feedback
2. Activity 2: Task 3(10m).
- Ask Ss to read the useful language
- Ask Ss to work in groups 
- Go round to provide help when Ss discuss.
- Call on some Ss to report their group’s ideas
- elicit feedback from the class and give final comments
IV. After you speak
* Task4. (10m).
 - Put Ss into groups of 3 or 4 and get them to
 use transition signals to make their 
presentation coherent 
- Go around and check 
- Call on each group to report their ideas to 
the class and elicit comments from the class.
- Give corrective feedback and final comments.
V. Homework.(2m)
- Ask Ss to revise the lesson
- Prepare listening
- Individual work
* Suggested key
 China
India
United State
 Indonesia
Brazil
- Read silently
- Pairs work
- Present their oders
- Read silently
- Pair work
Suggested answers
+ poor living condition
+ low living standard
+ not enough/ expensive food
+ lack/shortage of schools/ hospitals/ teachers/ doctors and nurses
+ unemployment
+ social evils
+ illiteracy
- Read silently
- Group work
Suggested answers
+ raise an awareness of the problems of overpopulation
+ raise the people’s living standard
+ exercise/ implement reward and punishment policy
+ carry out population education program/ family planning program
+ use birth control methods
- Group work
A: Overpopulation is now one of the 
most serios problems of many countries in the
 world 
B: To solve this problem, we should educate poeople about the dangers of overpopulation.
C: It’s also necessary to carry out the population education program
A: We should teach everyone the family planning and the birth- control methods, because these are the best ways to stop the growth of population.
- Take note
- Asking pupils : Who's absent today?
Date of teaching
Class
Absent students
11B2
11B7
Period 39
UNIT SEVEN: WORLD POPULATION
LESSON THREE: C – LISTENING
A.Objectives:
1. Aims: By the end of the lesson,Student will able to:
Develop such listening micro-skills as listening for specific information and listening for general information.
2. Knowledge:
+ Lexical items: Latin Americal, rate of population growth, 
+ Grammar: Past simple 
3. Skill
+ Main skill: listening 
+ Sub-skills: speaking and writing
B.Teaching method: Integrated communicative approach
C.Teaching aids: 
- Teacher: cassette, textbook.
- Students: textbook.
D.Procedure:
Teacher’s activities
Students’ activities
* Check Ss during the lesson
I. Warm up. (7m )
- Ask Ss three questions:
+ Name some world largest in population?
+ Which country is the poorest?
+ Which is the richest?
II. Before you listen. (10 m)
- Ask Ss to discuss the questions
- Call on some Ss to give their answers
- Get Ss to guess what they are going to listen about.
- Give and explains the meaning of new words.
* New words
Latin American
Rate of population growth
Developing countries
Rank
Generation 
- Guide Ss to read new words.
- Call on some Ss to read new words
III. While you listen. 
1. Activity 1: Task 1. (10 m)
- Get Ss to read the statements carefully and work out what information they need to concentrate on while listening. Then check with the whole class.
- Get Ss to read the options in each question carefully and underline the words that make them different. Check with the whole class.
- Get Ss to guess the answer.
- Play the tape once for Ss to listen and do the task.
- Play the tape the second time for Ss to check their answers.
- Check the answers with the whole class. If many Ss can not answer, play the tape one or two more times and pause at the answers for them to catch.
2. Activity 2: Task 2. (8m) 
- Ask Ss to listen again and answer the questions
- Play the tape and asks Ss to listen. Before doing this, Ask Ss to read through all the questions.
- After playing the tape, get Ss to work in pairs and check their answers. 
- Call on some Ss to give their answers.
Play the tape again and pause at difficult points if many Ss cannot complete the task.
- Give correct answers.
IV. After you listen. (8 m) 
- Ask Ss to work in groups to orally summarise the main ideas of the listening passage
- Go around the class and help if necessary.
- Call on some Ss to present their ideas.
- Give final comments.
V. Homework (2m)
Ask Ss to learn by heart all new words and do the homework.
- Answer
- Group work of four
Suggested answers
+ yes, our world is overpopulated because it has more than 6 billion people.
+ Asia has the largest population with China the most populated country in the world and India the second.
- Listen then copy down
- Read in chorus
- Individual read
- Individual read
- Read silently
guess the answer.
- Listen
- Listen
- Answers
1- A
2- D
3- C
4- D
5- A
6- C
- Listen carefully
- Listen carefully again
- Pairs work
Answer:
1- It will be over 7 billion.
2- The reason is the improvement of
 public health services and medical care
3- The population growth rates in some parts of the world are not the same
4- They are shortage of foods, lack of hospitals and schools, illiteracy, and poor living conditions
5- The experts offered 4 solutions. They are to educate people and make them
 aware of the danger of having more children, to provide safe, inexpensive 
birth- control methods, to strictly
 planning policy, and to exercise strict 
and fair reward and punishment policies
- Group work
- Take note
- Asking pupils : Who's absent today?
Date of teaching
Class
Absent students
11B2
11B7
Period 40
UNIT SEVEN: WO ... f world population by region;
- Listen carefully then copy down 
- Listen carefully 
- Observe 
III. While you write. (15m)
* Ask Ss to work in pair to analyse the chart, focusing on the following questions
+ What does the pie chart show?
+ What is the general trend of the chart?
+ Which region has the smallest population? 
+ Where does most of the world population live?
- Check the answers with the whole class.
- Based on their analysis of the table, Ss now write up a description individually.
- Go around to check and offer help if necessary.
- Pairs work
- Listen carefully
- Individual writing
* Sample writing
The pie shows the distribution of the world population by region. Overall,
 more than half of
 the world’s lives in South and East 
Asia.South Asia is the biggest region,
 making up of 32% of the world 
population. The second largest area is East Asia with 6% less than South Asia. Europe ranks third with 15%. Coming next is Africa with 11%.together, Latin America and North America have 14% of the world population. Finally, Oceania is the least populated region with the smallest percentage of 2%.
As can be seen, the greatest concentration of the world’s population is in Asia, with Europe far behind
IV. After you write.(8m) 
- Ask Ss to exchange their writing with
 another student for peer correction.
- Choose one description and read it to the 
class
- Elicit corrective feedback from the class and give final comments.
V. Homework. (2m)
- Rewrite their descriptions based on T’s and other suggestions and corrections.
- Exchange their writing with
 another student for peer correction
- Listen carefully
- Correct mistakes
- Rewrite their descriptions.
- Asking pupils : Who's absent today?
Date of teaching
Class
Absent students
11B2
11B7
Period 41
UNIT SEVEN: WORLD POPULATION
LESON FIVE: e – LANGUAGE FOCUS
A.Objectives:
1. Aims: By the end of the lesson,Student will able to: 
 - Distinguish the clusters [kl] [gl], [kr], [ gr], and [kw]
 - Pronounce the words and sentences containing these sounds correctly.
 - Use conditional sentences (types 1 and 2) 
2. Knowledge:
+ Lexical items: Words and phrases related to this period
+ Grammar : conditional sentences (types 1 and 2 )
3. Skill
+ Main skills: Reading and writing
+ Sub-skills: listening and speaking
B. Teaching method: Integrated, mainly communicative.
C.Teaching aids: 
- Teacher: Textbook, extra-board, handouts
- Students: Textbooks
D.Procedure:
Teacher’s activities
Students’ activities
I. Pronunciation. (12m)
- Model the clusters / kl /,/ gl /, / kr /, /gr / and / kw / for a few times and explains how to produce them. E.g.:
When producing / kl /, Ss should produce / k / first and then quickly snitch to / l /, and so on.
- Play the tape (or reads) once for Ss to hear the words containing these clusters. Then play the tape ( or reads) again and this time asks Ss to repeat after the tape (or T).
- Ask Ss to read the words in cash column out loud in chums for a few more times. Then call on some Ss to read the words out loud. 
- Listen and corrects if Ss pronounce the target words incorrectly. If many Ss do not pronounce the wools correctly. T may want to get them to repeat alter the tape (or him / herself) again in chorus and then individually. 
Practising the dialogue containing the target sounds
- Ask Ss to work in pairs and take turn to read aloud the given dialogue on page 87.
- Go around to listen and takes note of the typical errors.
- Call on some Ss to rend the dialogue again and provides corrective feedback.
II. Grammar (15m)
a- Revision of conditional sentences (type 1 and 2 )
* presentation
+ Conditional type
- Ask Ss to give examples
eg:a, If I have enough time , I will visit you
 b, I f I had enough time, I would come to see you.
 - Ask Ss to give the form of conditional sentences (type 1 and 2 )
Type
form
use
1
If + simple present, will + v 
 Refer to a possible condition and its probable result
2
If + simple past, would + infinitive
Indicate unreality or improbability.
*Practice.
Exercise 1.
 - Ask Ss to do exercise 1 individually and then compare their answer with another student.
- Go around providing help.
- Call on some Ss to read their answers.
- Give correct answers
III. Homework. (2m)
- Ask Ss to revise the grammar and do exercises again.
* Extra- exercise: Guide Ss to do exercises in the textbook about conditional sentences.
- Listen and repeat.
- Listen
- Read in chorus
- Read in chorus
- Pairs work
- Correct mistakes
- Pairs work
- Read the dialogue 
- Observe the teacher’s examples
- Give the form of conditional sentences (type 1 and 2 )
- Individual work then compare their answers with other partners
Exercise 1.
Answers:
1. would drive 2. could
3. is 4. will take 
5. closed 6. will come
Take note
 Asking pupils : Who's absent today?
Date of teaching
Class
Absent students
11B2
11B7
Period 42
UNIT SEVEN: WORLD POPULATION
LESON FIVE: e – LANGUAGE FOCUS
A.Objectives:
1. Aims: By the end of the lesson,Student will able to: 
 - Use conditional sentences (types 3) fluently 
 - Understand the structure of conditional sentences in reported speech( the changes of the verbs, pronouns and adverbs of time and places) 
2. Knowledge:
+ Lexical items: Words and phrases related to this period
+ Grammar : - conditional sentences (types 3 )
 - conditional sentences in reported speech
3. Skill
+ Main skills: Reading and writing
+ Sub-skills: listening and speaking
B. Teaching method: Integrated, mainly communicative.
C.Teaching aids: 
- Teacher: Textbook, extra-board, handouts
- Students: Textbooks
D.Procedure:
Teacher’s activities
Students’ activities
I. Grammar
a- Revision of conditional sentences (type 3 )
* presentation
+ Conditional type
- Ask Ss to give examples
eg: If I had had enough time , I would have visited you
- Ask Ss to give the form of conditional sentences (type 3 )
* Form
If clause: à past perfect
Main clause: à would have +P2
* The usage: The time is past, and the condition cannot be fulfilled because the action in the if- clause didn’t happen
b. Conditional sentences in reported speech
* presentation 
Write some conditional sentences in reported speech on the board and asks Ss to comment on the changes of the verbs, pronouns and adverbs of time and places.
+ “if I had permit, I could get a job” he said
He said that if he had a permit, he could get a job.
+ conditional type 1: we apply all the necessary changes as usual
+ conditional type 2,3 : we do not change the verb tenses
* practice
Exercise 2
- Ask Ss to do exercise 2 in pairs and then compare their answer with another pair.
- Check with the whole class and provide corrective feedback.
Exercise 3 (6m)
- Ask Ss to do exercise 3 individually and then compare their answer with another student.
- Call on some Ss to read their answers.
- Give correct answers
III. Homework. (2m)
- Ask Ss to revise the grammar and do exercises again.
* Extra- exercise: Guide Ss to do exercises in the textbook about conditional sentences.
- Observe the teacher’s examples
- Give the form of conditional sentences (type 3 )
- Listen the take note
- Observe the teacher’s examples
- Give the form of conditional sentences in reported speech
- Listen the take note
- Pairs work
* Suggested key
had been told
had realized
wouldn’t have been
would have bought
had studied
- Work ndividually and then compare their answer with another student.
* Suggested key
The man said to her that he would come to see her if he had time.
He asked her what she would say if someone stepped on her feet
They said to me if it didn’t rain they would go out with me
The man asked the woman what she would do if she were a billion
The man said to me if I had asked him he would have lent me his motorbike
The man said to his daughter they would be very disappointed if she did not come
The boy said to the girl he was sure they would understand if she explained the situation to them. 
- Take note
- Greeting class
- Asking pupils : Who's absent today?
Date of teaching
Class
Absent students
11B2
11B7
Period 43
CORRECT THE WRITTEN TEST
A.Objectives:
1. Aims: By the end of the lesson,Ss will be able to:
- Know about the test they have just done. And have to know how to try their best for the next test.
2. Knowledge:
+ New words: Words relating to the written test
 + Grammar : : - Gerund and present participle
 - Perfect gerund and perfect participle
 - Reported speech with infinitive(s)
 - Reported speech with gerund
3. Skill
+ Main skill: writing and reading 
+ Sub-skill: speaking and listening
B. teaching method: Communicative approach
C. Teaching aids: board, the test paper, key for the test
D. Procedure
Teacher’s activities
Students’ activities
*Warm-up: (3 minutes)
- Greeting
- Ask students some questions on the previous test
- Tell the aim of the period: correct the test
I. (5’) Pick out the word whose underlined part is pronounced differenttly from that of the other words. Identify your answer by circling the corresponding letter A,B,C or D (2,5p) 
- Repeat the question
- Get students to read the passage again carefully
- Call some students to read out their answers, and the others give remarks if it is correct or not.
- Finally read the keys out aloud
II.( 20’) Chosose the best answer from the four options marked A,B,C or D to complete each sentence below. Identify your answer by circling the corresponding letter A,B,C or D (5ps)
- Repeat the question
- Get students to read the writing again carefully
- Call some students to write their answers on the board, and the others give remarks if it is correct or not
- Finally read the keys out aloud
III.10’) Read the passage carefully and choose the correct answer(1,25 points) 
- Repeat the question
- Show the listening script on the board or read the passage again several times
- Get students to read the passage again carefully
- Call some students to write their answers on the board, and the others give remarks if it is correct or not
- Finally read the keys out aloud
IV.Rewrite the following sentences so as not to change their meaning (5’)
 - Repeat the question
- Finally read the keys out aloud
*Homework: (2 minutes)
Prepare Unit 8 Celebrations
- Greeting
- Listen and understand the task
- Get ready for the lesson
- Look at their paper
- Compare the resutls with the others
- Get the correct answers from the keys
- Look at their paper
- Compare the results with the others
- Get the correct answers from the keys
- Look at their paper
- Get the correct answers from the keys
- Read the reading again and compare it with the others
- Correct the wrong answers base on the keys
- Look at their paper
- Look at the writing again and compare it with the others
- Correct the wrong sentences base on the key
- Prepare Unit 8

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