Thiết kế bài dạy môn Tiếng Anh 11 - Period 90 đến period 93

Thiết kế bài dạy môn Tiếng Anh 11 - Period 90 đến period 93


- Aims: Through the reading skills, sts can have a general idea of the lesson as well as enrich their knowledge in the field of space and spacecraft; how human conquered the space.

- Lexical items: words/ phrases related to space and spacecraft

II. TIME: 45’

III. SKILLS: Reading for gist and for specific information

IV METHOD: Integrated, mainly communicative

V. TEACHING AIDS: cassette player, chalks, pictures, and letters.



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Wee: 32 Unit 15: SPACE CONQUEST
Period 90
- Aims: Through the reading skills, sts can have a general idea of the lesson as well as enrich their knowledge in the field of space and spacecraft; how human conquered the space.
- Lexical items: words/ phrases related to space and spacecraft
II. TIME: 45’
III. SKILLS: Reading for gist and for specific information
IV METHOD: Integrated, mainly communicative
V. TEACHING AIDS: cassette player, chalks, pictures, and letters.
(Teacher prepares a picture of a plane, a spacecraft and an astronaut)
T asks students to look at the pictures and answer the questions: 
What can you see in each picture?
What do you call a person who flies a plane/ a spaceship?
Which job do you prefer, a pilot or an astronaut? Why? 
( Based on sts’ answer, teacher leads in the new lesson) 
Discuss in pairs and answer the teacher’s questions
Suggested answers:
It’s a plane/ a spacecraft/ an astronaut.
A person who flies a plane is called a pilot, and a person who flies a spacecraft is called an astronaut.
Pre- Reading
Activity 1: 
-Ask sts to match the names with the pictures in the textbook. (page 166)
1. Pham Tuan
2. Neil Armstrong
3. Yuri Alekseyevich Gagarin
Activity 2:
- Have sts work in pairs, answers the questions in the textbook based on the names of people in activity 1.
- Check sts’ answer and supply the correct information if necessary. 
Activity 3: 
- Teacher introduces some new words
orbit (n)
weightlessness (n)
enormous (a)
uncertainty (n)
temperature (n)
occur (v)
- T has sts practice reading the new words 
- Answer orally
(Order of the pictures from left to right: Neil Armstrong, Yuri Alekseyevich Gagarin, Pham Tuan)
Answers to the questions in textbook:
Yuri Alekseyevich Gagarin
Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin
Pham Tuan
- Listen and take notes
T plays the cassette
Task 1:
- Give instructions for task 1.
- Ask sts to read the passage silently to finish task 1.
- Check orally & correct if necessary.
Task 2:
- Ask sts to read the passage again to answer the question in pairs.
- Teacher walks around to give help if necessary.
- Check sts’ answers by asking some pairs of sts give the questions and answers
Sts open books listen to the text and read in silence.
- Read aloud their answers.
Suggested answers:
Paragraph 1: B the lift off
Paragraph 2: D A view on Earth
Paragraph 3: E Uncertainties
Paragraph 4: C Congratulations
Paragraph 5: A The tragic accident 
Read silently and then work in pairs.
Give answers and take notes.
Suggested answers:
He was 27 then.
He was in space for 108 minutes.
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.
It was more than 17 000 miles per hour.
Because he died in a plane crash on a routine training flight in March 1968.
After his death, his hometown of Gzhatsk was renamed Gagarin, and the Cosmonaut Training Center at Star City, Russia, was given the name of this national hero.
-Ask sts to work in groups, complete the summary of the reading passage by putting the words/ phrases in the box into the blanks
- Teacher walks around to give help if necessary
- Check sts’ answers and give bonus to the winners.
Work in groups and do the task.
Give answers 
Suggested answers: 
in space
named after
Learn the new words
Read the passage again
Prepare Part B: Speaking
Period: 91
Teaching Aims: After the lesson, student will able to :
 _talk about possible of events.
_talk about historical events on the space conquest.
Lexical items:
Words/phrases relate to the process of launching its first manned apace craft into space.
Teaching aims: chalk, picture, handout.
Teacher’s Activities
Students Activities.
Warn Up(5’)
_close the book
_give some picture of famous astronaut 
_ask sts some questions and answer
1.Who Are They?
2.What Are They?
3What Are their nationalities?
*Ask sts rearrange 6 picture with is name
Pict 1:He’s Pham Tuan_VietNamese astronaut
2.He’s Yuri Gagarin Russian astronaut 
3. Buzz Aldrin_American Astronaut.
4.Yang Liwei_Chinese Austronaut
5.John Glenn_An American Astronaut
Pre Speaking(8’)(task 1)
Now we study “Speaking of Space conquest “.
_Has sts work in pair, read the following piece of news, then ask and answer question (task 1).
_give some new words :
.manned, spacecraft.
_Has sts made questions with when, what, how old, how important, how many.
_Listen and repeat
Work in pair 
S1: When did China laugh first manned spacecraft into space?
S2:On October 15/2003
S1: what is the name of china’s first manned spacecraft?
S2:It’s SjemZjou
S1: What is the name of the astronaut?
S2;His name’s Yang Liwei
S1: How old was he when he flows into space?
S2: 38 years old.
S1:How important was the successful flight to China 
S2:Make a milestone in China’s space project
While speaking (22’)
_Has sts talk about the important events in space exploration
_walks around the class, offer ideas and comments when sts need help.
_set model with students
(1)T: when did Russia launching its artificial satellite?
S: on October 4,1957
T: What is the name of Russia’s first artificial.
S: sputnik
T How important?
S: mask the beginning of space age.
Post speaking (8’)
Homework (2’)
Have some students come form of the class and talk about the important event in the space conquest.
_Prepare “ listening”
_ Rewrite “the important event in the space conquest.”
_ individual
 Period: 92 LISTENING 
	- To help Ss practice listening about the first human moon landing.
	- To relate the content with real life.
1. New words:
	A suitcase with oxygen 	launch 	portable life support system 	some words from before you read.
	2. Structures: 	
1. Approach: Communication
2. Teaching aids Cassette player, chalk, pictures, textbook, gestures, simple English
	Unit 15 - Speaking
	1. Classroom procedures:	- Greeting
	- Checking attendance
	2. Review the previous lesson:
	3. New lesson:
Time & Stages
Teacher’s Activities
Students’ Activities
* Warm- up:
Have students close their books then ask some questions to lead in
Name the 1st men to land on the moon.
His nationality.
* Before you listen
- Have students work in pairs to match the picture with the caption.
- Have students read a loud the words correct.
- Supply the stress (or pronunciation) and the meaning.
- Close their book.
- Answer the questions in group.
1. Neil Armstrong & Buzz Aldrin.
2. American.
3. 20 July 1989
- Work in pairs.
- Share as.
1d – 2a – 3c – 4e – 5b
- Practice reading.
- Take notes.
* While you listen:
	Task 1
- Explain the situation.
- Have students read through the statements quickly.
- Supply the meaning of some words (in need).
- Play the tape thrice, for the last time, have a pause after each sentence.
- Play the tape again (in need) to confirm the answer.
	Task 2
- Ask students have a look at the questions.
- Have students listen to the tape again for 3 times (with a pause).
- Listen.
- Read the statements.
- Take notes.
- Listen twice.
- Give answer after 3rd times
1F – 2F – 3F – 4F – 5T
- Listen again.
- Read the questions.
- Listen to the tape.
- Work in groups to give answers.
- Share answers & take notes.
1. NASA’s Apollo Program.
2. On 16 July 1969.
3. Controlling the oxygen, temperature & pressure inside the space suit.
5. Performed a variety of experiments & collected soil & rock sample to return to Earth.
6. On 24 July 1969.
* After you listen:
- Have students work in group to discuss the questions.
- Go round the class to help students 
(In need).
- Call some students to raise answer
- Work in groups.
- Ask some difficult words.
- Share answer & take notes.
1. Some reason:
- adventure
- find out another life outside the earth.
- precious material.
- other place for human beings.
2. The three things are:
- camera.
- water / food.
- tent.
	4. Consolidation
	5. Homework
	Prepare Unit 15 – Language focus
	Week: 33	WRITING
 Period: 93	Time: 45 minutes
A. Objectives
1. Educational Aim
Students can get to know the content and structure of one’s person biography.
Students can write the biography of one identified person, based on the given information.
2. Knowledge
General knowledge: Students learn about the content and structure of a biography of a person. 
Language: The Simple Past Tense and Simple Present Tense
Skills: Writing a biography
B. Method
 Integrated, mainly communicative
C. Teaching Aids
A profile of the astronaut Neil Armstrong
Cards, pictures, highlight pens..
D. Procedure
Stages & Time
Teacher’s activity
Students’ activity
Warm up
(3 minutes)
Show a short video clip /picture about Neil Armstrong and ask students some questions about him:
- Who is he?
- What does he do?
- Is he Russian or American?
- When did he walk on the moon?
work in groups of four
suggested answers:
He is Neil Armstrong
He is an astronaut
He is American
In 1969
Pre -writing (12 minutes)
Activity 1
While writing
(20 minutes)
Post writing (10 minutes)
-Divide sts into four groups, ask one from each group to the board to write down information we need to write one’s biography. Others in the same group can help by shouting the needed words or phrases.
- Give feedback and marks to the group with correct information.
- Choose five words/phrases and explain the meanings (if necessary): career, place of birth, date of birth, quote, known as.
Task 1: 
-Ask sts to read the information about Neil Armstrong, the first human to set foot on the moon, then put each of the headings in the box in the appropriate blank.
- Show some pictures relating to the career of Neil Armstrong: NASA, the moon, space shuttle, United States Navy.
- Explain the meaning of some difficult words: resign, appoint, vice chairman, committee, investigate, disaster, leap)
- Teacher divides students into 
 groups of four.
 - asks sts to write a biography of Neil Armstrong from the information given in task 1
- Ask sts to pay attention to these points:
+ prepositions: at-on-in-from-to-with
+articles: a-an-the
+ words/phrases used to write biography: be known as- work as- resign from- 
+ Simple past tense
+Simple present tense
- move around to supervise and give help when necessary
- ask sts to exchange their paper card to correct
- ask one group to show their biography on the board.
- Give comment and correct in front of other students, ask them to pay attention to some basic grammatical mistakes
Ask sts to write their own biography
- Work in groups
- Brainstorming for needed words/phrases to write one’s biography
- Suggested answers: job, address, hometown, career, place of birth, date of birth, quote, marital status, family, education
-Work individually, and then check with their partners.
-Take notes on difficult words.
- Suggested answers:
1. Birth
2. Place of Birth
3. Known as
4. Career
5. Quote
- Students works in groups and write the biography on a piece of paper card
- 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. He joined the NASA astronaut program in 1962. Neil Armstrong became the first human to step on the moon’s surface on July 20th, 1969. He was joined by Buzz Adrian forty minutes later. Armstrong and Adrian spent two and a haft hour on the moon’s surface. 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 Challenger shuttle disaster. He 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”
- Students pick out the mistakes then correct them.
- show their biography on the board

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