Thiết kế bài dạy môn Tiếng Anh 11 - Unit 10: Nature in danger - Part A đến part E

Thiết kế bài dạy môn Tiếng Anh 11 - Unit 10: Nature in danger - Part A đến part E

I. Objectives: By the end of the lesson, Ss will be able to:

 - identify meaning of words in context.

 - scan for information, ask and answer about the reading passage and fill in the gaps

II. Skills: Reading and speaking

III. Teaching aids: textbook, pictures

IV. Procedure:

 

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Period 61 
Date of preparation: 10/01/09
Date of teaching: 13/01/09
Unit 10: Nature in danger
Part A: reading
I. Objectives: By the end of the lesson, Ss will be able to:
 - identify meaning of words in context.
 - scan for information, ask and answer about the reading passage and fill in the gaps
II. Skills: Reading and speaking
III. Teaching aids: textbook, pictures
IV. Procedure:
Time
Teacher’s activities
Content
Students’ activities
5’
10’
5’
5’
5’
10’
4’
1’
- ask Ss to read the fact about endangered species and answer the questions
- introduce vocabulary.
- read new words and ask Ss to repeat word by word.
- rub out some words and ask Ss to remember them.
- ask Ss to read the text individually in 5’.
- ask Ss to read the sentences carefully and have them fill in each blank with a suitable word.
- call on some Ss to give their answers
- give comments and correct answers.
- ask Ss to work in groups to do the task
- go around the class to check and help.
- call on some Ss to give answers 
- give correct answers
- have Ss work in pairs
- go around the class to offer help if necessary
- call some pairs to present in front of the class.
- comment and give correct answers
- ask Ss to work in groups.
- go around the class and offer help.
- call the representative of each group speak out their ideas
- assign homework
Warm up
Answers:
The fact above shows that the number of some wild or rare animals such as cheetahs, pandas and Siberian tigers become small or extinct.
The number of these animals becomes small because they are killed for food, medicines, fur or skin
Pre-reading
I. Vocabulary
1. cheetah (n) ['t∫i:tə] loài báo gepa
2. species (n) ['spi:∫i:z] loài
3. to exist [ig'zist] tồn tại, sống, hiện có
4. pollutant (n) [pə'lu:tənt] chất gây ô nhiểm
5. endangered (a) bị nguy hiểm, bị tàn phá
6. extinct (a) [iks'tiηkt] bị tiêu diệt, tuyệt chủng
7. to disappear [,disə'piə] biến mất
 Disappearance (n)
8. effort (n) ['efət] sự cụ́ gắng; sự ráng sức
9. to establish [is'tổbli∫] lọ̃p, thành lọ̃p, thiờ́t lọ̃p
10. to prohibit [prə'hibit]
 ( to prohibit somebody / something from doing
 something) cṍm; ngăn cṍm
11. interference (n) [,intə'fiərəns]
 ( interference in / with something) sự can thiợ̀p; sự
 xen vào; sự xía vào
12. off spring (n) ['ɔ:fspriη] con cháu
13. to co-exist sống chung, cùng tồn tại
II. Reading the new words
III. checking vocabulary: Rub out and remember
While-reading
* reading the text
Task 1: Fill in each blank with a suitable word
Answers:
extinct
protect
decreasing
pollutants
endangered
interference
Task 2: Circle A, B, C or D that best sums up each paragraph
Answers:
c
b
a
c
Task 3: Answer the questions
Answers
1. Four way that human beings are changing the world:
They are changing the environment by building cities and villages.
They are affecting the water supply by using water for industry and agriculture.
They are changing weather conditions by cutting down trees in the forests.
They are destroying the air by adding pollutants like smoke from factories and fumes from cars.
2. The serious consequences of people’s interference with the environment are:
Many kinds of rare animals are killed.
The environment where these animals are living is badly destroyed.
The numbers of rare animals are decreasing so rapidly that they are in danger of becoming extinct.
3. Many things should be done to preserve endangered nature, such as:
Many organizations have been set up and money has been raised.
Thousands of nation parks have been established.
Laws have been passed to prohibit killing endangered animals
Post-reading
Find out why some animals have become extinct
People hunt them for food, fur, medicines.
The environment is badly polluted
Homework
- learn by heart vocabulary.
- redo all the tasks
- read the fact about endangered species.
- work in pairs to ask and answer the questions
- take notes.
- listen.
- repeat in chorus and individually.
- remember the words.
- read the text individually.
- read sentences carefully.
- do the task individually then compare the answers with a partner.
- some Ss speak out the answers
- work in groups
- some Ss give their answers
- work in pairs to ask and answer
- some couples present in front of the class
- work in groups 
- the representative of each group speak out the answers.
- take notes
Period 62 
Date of preparation: 13/01/09
Date of teaching: 15/01/09
Unit 10: Nature in danger
Part B: Speaking
I. Objectives: By the end of the lesson, Ss will be able to talk about nature in danger and measures for protecting endangered nature.
II. Skills: speaking
III. Teaching aids: textbook, pictures
IV. Procedure
Time
Teacher’s activities
Content
Students’ activities
3’
8’
7’
7’
13’
5’
2’
- ask Ss some questions.
- introduce vocabulary
- ask Ss to work in pairs.
- model with 3 Ss
- go around to offer help and check
- get Ss work in pairs.
- go around to help and check
- give correct answers.
- get Ss work in pairs.
- call some pairs to present in front of the class.
- comment and give correct answers.
- ask Ss to do the task
- assign homework
Warm up
Questions:
Why do we call some animals such as tigers, bears, elephants, whales endangered animals?
What should we do to protect and save them?
Answers:
We call them endangered animals because they are hunted or killed in large number that they are in danger of becoming extinct.
As a student, you should stop eating and killing wild animals
Pre-speaking
I. Vocabulary:
1. to capture ['kổpt∫ə] bắt giữ, bắt
2. recreation [,rekri'ei∫n] sự nghỉ ngơi, sự giải trí
 3. fertilizer ['fə:tilaizə] phõn bón
4. pesticide ['pestisaid] thuụ́c trừ sõu
5. cultivation [,kʌlti'vei∫n] sự cày cṍy, sự trụ̀ng trọt
 thõm canh
6. to discourage [dis'kʌridʒ]
 làm mṍt hờ́t can đảm, làm chán nản, làm ngã lòng, 
 ( + from) can ngăn (ai làm viợ̀c gì)
7. to discharge [dis't∫ɑ:dʒ] tuụn ra, tháo ra, tiờ́t ra, bụ́c ra, đụ̉ ra, chảy ra
I. Task 1: Put some reasons why nature is threatened in the order of important.
- In your opinion which reason is the most important?
- I think burning the forest is the most important because animals and plants will die and it causes the air polluted.
_ think using fertilizers and pesticides for cultivation is the most important because these are chemicals that cause the air polluted and affect the water supply and people’s health.
- I think cutting down trees for wood is the most important because without trees and plants, most water would run off and cause not only erosion but also floods.
II. Task 2:
Reasons
Measures
1. Killing animals for fur, skin and food.
2. Keeping animals as pets.
3. Hunting or capturing animals for recreation and entertainment.
4. Cutting down trees for wood and burning the forests.
5. Using fertilizers and pesticides for cultivation.
- Discharging chemicals pollutants into the environment.
- Killing animals for fur, skin and food should be banned.
- Keeping animals as pets should be discouraged.
- Animals should not be captured for recreation and entertainment.
- Cutting down trees for wood and burning the forests should be banned and planting trees should be encouraged.
- Decreasing the use of fertilizers and pesticides for farming cultivation.
- Discharging chemicals pollutants into the environment should be prohibited
While-speaking
Task 3: Make a conversation: State the negative impacts made by people on the environment and suggest measures to protect it.
 Answer:
- People are keeping animals as pets.
-> Keeping animals as pets should be discouraged.
- Hunting or capturing animals for recreation and entertainment.
-> Animals should not be captured for recreation and entertainment.
Post-speaking
Talk about negative impacts made by people on the environment and measures to protect it
Homework
Redo all the tasks
- answer the questions.
- take notes.
- work in pairs to do the task
- discuss and give answers.
- work in pairs
- work in pairs
- some pairs practise in front of the class
-do the task individually
s
- take notes
Period 63 
Date of preparation: 13/01/09
Date of teaching: 16/01/09
Unit 10; Nature in danger
Part C: Listening
I. Objectives: By the end of the lesson, Ss will be able to:
 - listen about the national parks in the United States, ask and answer about the listening passage, 
 summarize the content of the listening passage. 
 II. Skills: Listening and speaking
III. Teaching aids: textbook, CD, teacher’s book
IV. Procedure
Time
Teacher’s activities
Content
Students’ activities
3’
5’
5’
12’
12’
7’
1’
- ask Ss to do the task.
- introduce some new words
- read the given words, ask Ss to read in chorus then individually
- ask Ss to read sentences in task 1 quickly.
- play the CD for the first time 
- check if the Ss can answer.
- play the CD for the second time and one more if necessary for Ss to hear the information.
- call some Ss to express their ideas.
- comment and give correct answers.
- ask Ss to read the questions carefully then play the CD
- ask Ss to work in pairs to ask and answer.
- go around the class and provide help if necessary.
- call some Ss to ask and answer in front of the class.
- comment and give correct answers.
- have Ss to work in groups using suggested ideas to summarize the main points of the listening task.
- call some leaders of groups to present their result of discussing.
- comment.
- assign homework
Warm up
 Match the parks and the places.
1. Cuc Phuong national park.
2. Phong nha-ke bang.
3. Con dao national park.
4. Ba be national park
a. Bac k an
b. Ninh binh
c. Quang binh.
d. B aria-vung tau
Answers
b
c
d
a
Pre-listening
I. Vocabulary
1. scenic feature ['si:nik] cảnh vọ̃t
2. devastating ['devəsteitiη] tàn phá, phá huỷ, phá phách
3. maintenance ['meintinəns] sự giữ gìn; sự duy trì
4. approximately (adv) [ə'prɔksimitli] khoảng , đụ̣ 
5. vehicle ['viəkl; 'vi:hikl] xe cụ̣ (xe hai bánh, xe hơi, xe tải..)
II. Reading vocabulary 
While-listening
Task 1: True or false statement
Answers:
T
T
F
T
F
Task 2: Answer the questions
Answers:
There are 52 national parks in the United States.
Millions of people visit national parks every year.
Rare animals are killed or hunted for fur, skin or other parts. Trees are cut down for wood. Large areas of national parks experience devastating fires caused by careless people. The increasing number of visitors is harming the parks due to the pollution from their vehicles.
Rare animals and trees should be protected, fires caused by careless people should be limited, pollution from visitors’ vehicles should be decreased and money should be raised for the park’s staff and maintenance of their resources.
Post-listening
Sample summary:
 There are 52 national parks in the ... tion of the world is proceeding is(1) In the 1950 approximately 25 percent of the earth’s land surface had been.(2).with forest, and less than twenty-five years later the amount of the forests land was.(3).to 20 percent. This decrease from 25 percent to 20 percent from 1950 to 1973.(4).an astounding 20 million square kilometers of forests. Predictions are that an additional 20 million square kilometers of forest land will be.(5).by 1020.
 The majority of deforestation is occurring in the tropical forests in developing countries, (6).by the developing counties’ needs for increased agriculture land and the desire on the part of developed countries to import wood and wood products. More than 90 percent of the plywood used in the United States, for example, is(7)from developing countries with tropical rain forests. By the mid-1980s, solutions to this expanding problem were being(8), in the form of attempts to..(9).an international regulatory organization to(10).the use of tropical forests.
II. Read the text carefully then choose the correct answers.
 Since the world became industrialized, the number of animal species that have either become extinct or have neared extinction has increased. Bengal tigers, for instance, which once roared the jungles in vast numbers, now number only about 2,300. by the year 2025, it is estimated that they will become extinct
 What is alarming about the case of Bengal tiger is that this extinction will have been caused almost entirely by poachers who, according to some sources, are not always interested in material gain but in personal gratification. This is an example of the callousness that is contributing to the problem of extinction. Animals such as Bengal tiger, as well as other endangered species, are valuable parts of the world ecosystem. International laws protecting these animals must be enacted to ensure their survival-and the survival of our planet.
 Countries around the world have begun to deal with the problem in various ways. Some countries, in an effort to circumvent the problem, have allocated large amounts of land to animal reserves. They then charge admission prices to help defray the costs of maintaining the parks, and they often must also depend on world organizations for support. This money enables them to invest in equipment and patrols to protect the animals. Another response to the increase in animal extinction is an international boycott of products made from endangered species. This has had some effect, but by itself it will not prevent animals from being hunted and killed.
1. What is the main topic of the passage?
 a. The Bengal tiger b. International boycotts.
 c. Endangered species d. Problems with 
 industrialization
2. The word “poachers” in line 9 could be best replaced by which of the following?
 a. Illegal hunters b. Enterprising researchers
 c. Concerned scientists d. Trained hunters
3. What is an act of cruelty according to the passage?
 a. Having interest in material gain.
 b. Hunting endangered animals.
 c. Killing animals for personal satisfaction.
 d. Causing the problem of extinction.
4. Which of the following is not mentioned in the passage as a way to protect animals from extinction?
 a. Introduce laws to prohibit the killing of endangered
 species.
 b. Establish wildlife reserves.
 c. Refuse to buy animal products.
 d. Raise money to invest in equipment and patrol.
5. Which of the following best describes the author’s attitude?
 a. Forgiving b. Surprised c. Vindictive d. Concerned
I. Vocabulary
1. to seek-> sought
2. astounding [əs'taundiη] làm kinh ngạc, làm kinh hoàng ,làm sững sờ, làm sửng sụ́t
3. plywood ['plaiwud] gụ̃ dán
4. regulatory ['regjulətəri] điờ̀u tiờ́t
 II. Answers
alarming
covered
reduced
represents
lost
fueled
imported
sought
establish
oversee
I. Vocabulary
1. jungle ['dʒʌηgl] rừng nhiợ̀t đới
2. poacher ['pout∫ə] người săn trụ̣m, người cõu trụ̣m
3. to gratify ['grổtifai] làm hài lòng, làm vừa lòng
 Gratification(n)
 4. callousness ['kổləsnis] sự nhõ̃n tõm
 5. circumvent (v) [,sə:kəm'vent]
 dùng mưu đờ̉ lừa; dùng mưu kờ́ đờ̉ lung lạc (ai)
 phá vỡ, làm hỏng (kờ́ hoạch của ai...)
6. defray (v) [di'frei] cung cṍp tiờ̀n cho cái gì; thanh 
 toán; đài thọ
7. patrol [pə'troul] hành đụ̣ng tuõ̀n tra
8. boycott ['bɔikət] sự tõ̉y chay
9. vindictive (a)[vin'diktiv] khụng khoan dung, họ̃n thù
Answers:
c
a
c
d
d
Period 64 
Date of preparation: 15/01/09
Date of teaching: 20/01/09
Unit 10: Nature in danger
Part d: Writing
I. Objectives: By the end of the lesson, Ss will be able to:
 - write about Cat Ba National Park and speak about it
II. Skills: Writing and speaking
III. Teaching aids: textbook, handouts
IV. Procedure
Time
Teacher’s activities
Content
Students’ activities
3’
5’
12’
15’
9’
1’
- ask Ss to work in pairs to do the task
- introduce some new words
- ask some questions about Cat Ba National Park
- get Ss work in pairs to ask and answer.
- go around to offer help if necessary.
- call some pairs to ask and answer.
- give suggested answers.
- have Ss write a description about cat Ba national Park
- go around to offer help and check
- pick some students’ writing and read them to the whole class then give comments
- assign homework
Warm up
Name some national parks in Vietnam and what you know about them
Pre-writing
I. Vocabulary
1. to contain chứa đựng
2. coastal water vùng biển
3. abundant (a) phong phú, dư dật
4. landscape (n) phong cảnh
II. Questions
Where is Cat Ba National Park?
What are the special features of Cat Ba National Park?
How large is it?
What do you know about the animals and plants in Cat Ba National Park?
What are some of the historic features of the park?
Answers
Cat Ba is situated on Cat Ba Island, 120 km from Hanoi and 20 km east of Haiphong.
It’s famous for tropical forests and coastal water white sand beach, abundant na tural resources, beautiful landscapes, rare animals and plants
It covers 15,200 ha/ Its total area is 15,200 ha.
There are 300 species of fish, 40 species of animals, 150 species of birth and 620 species of plants.
We can find 6,000 year old stone tools human bones.
While-writing
Write a description about Cat Ba National Park.
Sample writing
 Cat Ba National Park is situated on Cat Ba island, 120 km from Hanoi and 20 km east of Hai phong.
 Cat Ba National Park is the only site in Vietnam endowed with both tropical forests and coastal water with white sand beaches, abundant natural resources, beautiful landscapes and many kinds of rare animals and plants. It covers 15,200 ha, including 9,800 ha of land and 4,400 ha of ocean.
 Cat Ba National Park preserves approximately 300 species of fish, 40 kinds of animals, 150 different birds and 620 species of plants. The stone tools and human bones found in the island’s limestone cave reveal that people inhabited there at least 6,000 years ago.
Post-writing
Tenses
Spelling
Structures
Content
Homework
Rewrite about Cat Ba National Park
- do the task.
- take notes.
- listen and repeat the words
- work in pairs to ask and answer about Cat Ba National Park
- some pairs present
- write the description individually
- listen to the reading, notice some typical errors
- take notes
Period 65 
Date of preparation: 15/01/09
Date of teaching: 20/01/09
Unit 10: Nature in danger
Part e: language focus
I. Objectives: By the end of the lesson, Ss will be able to:
 - distinguish the sounds [sl], [sm] and [sn], [sw] and pronounce the words and sentences 
 containing these sounds correctly
 - use relative pronouns with prepositions appropriately
II. Skills: Writing and speaking
III. Teaching aids: textbook
IV. Procedure
Time
Teacher’s activities
Content
Students’ activities
3’
10’
7’
5’
10’
8’
2’
- ask Ss to the task
- model the four sounds for a few times and explain the differences in producing them.
- read the words in each column all at once.
- read the words once again each time with a word in each column to help Ss distinguish the differences between the sounds in the words.
- read the words and ask Ss to repeat.
- ask Ss to practise pronouncing the words in pairs.
- read the sentences and ask Ss to underline the words with the sounds [sl], [sm], [sn] and [sw]
- ask Ss to practise the sentences in pairs.
- present and give examples
- have Ss work in groups.
- comment and give correct answers.
- ask Ss to do the task individually and then in pairs.
- go around to check and help.
- call some Ss to speak out their answers.
- comment and give corrective feedback.
- ask Ss to do the task individually then check with a partner
- give correct answers
- assign homework
Warm up
Rearrange the words to make meaningful sentences.
a/swims/lake/often/in/Snow/small
loudly/can’t/he/that/the/sleep/snores/badly/so
Answers
Snow often swims in a small lake.
He snores so loudly that the baby can’t sleep.
Pronunciation
1. Pronounce the three sounds separately
[sl], [sm], [sn], [sw]
2. Pronouncing the words containing the sounds
3. Practising the sentences containing the target sounds.
Grammar
 Relative pronouns with prepositions
 * In relative clauses, when relative pronouns are object of prepositions, preposition may stand before relative pronouns (whom and which) or after verbs. In formal, prepositions usually stand before relative pronouns. In informal, prepositions often stand after verbs
Examples:
1. This is the house about which I told you (formal)
2. This is the house which I told you about (informal)
* Prepositions never stand before WHO or THAT
* All of, most of, some of+ whom/which
Examples:
1. Jack has three sisters. All of them are married
-> Jack has three sisters, all of whom are married.
2. Ann has a lot of books. She hasn’t read most of them.
-> Ann has a lot of books, most of which she hasn’t read.
Practice
I. Exercise 1
Answers
whom
which
whom
who
which
whom
which
II. Exercise 2
Answers
The man to whom I talked yesterday was very kind.
The man about whom I told you works in the hospital.
The woman about whom I am telling you teaches me English.
The movie about which they are talking about is fantastic.
The picture at which she was looking was beautiful. 
I’ll give you the address to which you should write.
III. Exercise 3
Answers
that
which
that/who
whom
that/which
which
that/who
whom
Homework
Redo all the exercises
- do the task.
- listen carefully.
- listen carefully
- listen and repeat.
- practise pronouncing the words in pairs.
- some Ss pronounce the words
- practise the sentences in pairs.
- some Ss read the sentences
- listen and take notes
.
- work in groups: which group finishing the first and having more correct answers will win
- do the task individually and then in pairs.
- speak out the answers
.
- do the task individually then in pairs.
- take notes

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