Thiết kế bài dạy môn Tiếng Anh 11 - Tiết 64 - Unit 10: Nature in danger

Thiết kế bài dạy môn Tiếng Anh 11 - Tiết 64 - Unit 10: Nature in danger

I) AIMS AND OBJECTIVES .

 + LANGUAGE CONTENT :

* To provide students with some information about national parks in the United States

 + LANGUAGE FUNCTION :

* To talk about nature in danger and measures for protecting endangered nature.

 + EDUCATIONAL AIM :

 * To educate in students the awareness of the importance of nature , especially national parks

1/ Languages :

* Vocabulary : + scenic features (n) + approximately (adv) + devastate (v) + maintenance (n) + vehicles (n)

* Structures:

2/ Skill : Listening

3/ Educational factor :

 * To educate in students the awareness of protecting the wild animals

 

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LESSON PLAN
Unit 10 : NATURE IN DANGER
Period : 64	
Classes : 11 A2 
Date of preparation : 11 / 02 / 2008	
Date of teaching : 12 / 02 / 2008
Teaching item : LISTENING
I) AIMS AND OBJECTIVES . 
 + LANGUAGE CONTENT :
* To provide students with some information about national parks in the United States 
 + LANGUAGE FUNCTION :
* To talk about nature in danger and measures for protecting endangered nature.
 + EDUCATIONAL AIM :
 	* To educate in students the awareness of the importance of nature , especially national parks
1/ Languages : 
* Vocabulary : 	+ scenic features (n)	+ approximately (adv)	+ devastate (v)	+ maintenance (n)	 	+ vehicles (n)
* Structures: 
2/ Skill : Listening 
3/ Educational factor : 
 * To educate in students the awareness of protecting the wild animals 
II) TEACHER AND STUDENTS' PREPARATION .
 1/ Method : Communicative approach .
 2/ Techniques : Game: Guessing word, Translation , Definition, Synonym, Using example, Discussion, Question-Answer , Multiple Choice , Explanation , 
 3/ Materials needed : Textbook , Color chalk , Handout , Cassette Player
 4/ Students' preparation :
 	* Read the guiding books and grammatical books before going to school .
	* Prepare the keys for the task in Before you listen and After you listen
III) PROCEDURES IN CLASS .
 1. Stabilization : (1 minute)
 * Greeting the students and asking them something about the attendance , their health, the weather and preparation
 2. Checking-up the previous knowledge : (5 minutes)
* Calling two students to B/B:
+ One student gives the reasons why animals are threatened and the other student respond possible measures for protecting the environment
Ex: A: killing endangered animals for fur, skin or food
 B: Endangered animals should not be killed for fur, skin or food
+ Answer some questions:
What are the four ways by which human beings are changing the world ?
What are the serious consequences of people’s interference with the environment ?
+ Suggested answers:
Four ways that people are changing the world are:
 + 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 automobile motors
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
* Correcting the mistakes , giving remarks and marking.
 3. Presentation of the new materials . 
SPECIFIC STAGES
TIME
TEACHER'S ACTIVITIES
STUDENTS'
ACTIVITIES
THE CONTENT
OF THE LESSON
7ms
1. Warm-up:
Game: Guessing word
* Dividing the class into two groups 
* Telling the students : I have two words . The first word contains 8 letters . The second word consists of 4 letters . I’ll give you some hints. If you can guess the word at the first hint , you’ll get 10 sweets . If you guess it at the second the hint , you’ll have 5 sweets and at the third –only one sweet.
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1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4
1. It is a place where many visitors who are interested in nature like to visit .
2. It is a place where there are a lot of forests, caves , rivers , plants , wild animals .
3. It’s known as Cuc Phuong , Cac Ba
ANSWER KEY: NATIONAL PARK 
Lead-in: 
* Asking the students some questions:
1. What national parks in Viet Nam and in the world do you know ?
2. Why have many national parks in the world been founded ?
3. Can you tell me some danger these national parks can face with ?
* Noting the student’s answers on B/B
To know the answer, today you’re going to listen to a text about national parks in the United States.
* Writing the title of the lesson on B/B
Unit 10: NATURE IN DANGER
Period 64 : Listening
* Students guess what the thing is by raising Yes/No questions 
* Chatting with the teacher by answering the questions
* Writing the title of the lesson
Unit 10: NATURE IN DANGER
Period 64 : Listening
5ms
2. Pre-listening:
Activity 1:
Pre- teach vocabulary
* Writing the new words on the blackboard
1. scenic features : đặc trưng về htiên nhiên xinh đẹp
2. devastate ['devəsteit] :tàn phá, phá huỷ, phá phách
(An adjective that means causing a lot of damage)
3. approximately [ə'prɔksimitli]
khoảng chừng, đợ chừng
(another word of nearly or about)
4. vehicles ['viəkl; 'vi:hikl]
 xe cợ (xe hai bánh, xe hơi, xe tải..)
(something like cars , bicycles , lorries , buses , )
5. maintenance ['meintinəns]
sự giữ gìn; sự duy trì
(finding a word that means : keeping something in good condition)
 * Asking the students to read the words after the teacher in chorus
* Writing the new words 
* Reading the words after the teacher in chorus
I. BEFORE LISTENING. 
1. Vocabulary:
1. scenic features : đặc trưng về htiên nhiên xinh đẹp
2. devastate ['devəsteit] :tàn phá, phá huỷ, phá phách
3. approximately [ə'prɔksimitli]
khoảng chừng, đợ chừng
4. vehicles ['viəkl; 'vi:hikl]
 xe cợ (xe hai bánh, xe hơi, xe tải..)
5. maintenance ['meintinəns]
sự giữ gìn; sự duy trì
5ms
Activity 2:
Checking vocabulary: ROR
Here are some statements about national parks in the United States. Read and guess if they are true or false.
* Asking the students to guess if the sentences are true or false then noting down students’ predictions on the table
1
2
3
4
5
Predict
Correct
* Reading the statements and guessing if the sentences are true or false
6ms
3. While-listening:
Activity 1: True / False Statements 
Task 1 : (page 119)
* Asking the students to listen to the text twice and checking their predictions
* Asking the students to compare their answers with their partners then calling them out. If it is false , say why.
* Letting the students listen for the second time if needed
* Going over the answers with the class
F Expected answers:
T
T
F (Many national parks , not all national parks)
T
T
* Reading through the multiple choice questions
* Listening to the tape and choosing the best option to complete each sentence
II. WHILE LISTENING
Task 1 : (page 119)
True / False Statements Answer keys:
T
T
F (Many national parks , not all national parks)
T
T
7ms
Activity 2: Multiple Choice
Task 2 : (page 119)
* Preparing the multiple choice beforehand for students to choose (see Appendix)
* Delivering the handout
* Asking the Ss to read the questions and guess the answers before listening.
* Playing the recording. Having students listen and choose the correct answers
* Calling on some Ss to give the answers
Expected answers:
B 2. C 3. D 4. C
* Asking the students to work in pairs , using the questions in Task 2
* Looking at the handout
* Reading the questions and guessing the answers before listening 
* Giving the answers
* Working in pairs , using the questions in Task 2
Task 2 : (page 119)
Multiple Choice
Answer keys:
1.B 2. C 3. D 4. C
Answer the questions
Answer keys:
1. There are 52 national parks in the USA.
2. Millions of people visit national parks every year.
3. Rare animals are killed or hunted for 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
8ms
4. Post listening:
Discussion
* Asking the students to work in groups of 5 to discuss these questions. A secretary from each group will note down students’ ideas.
1. Have you ever visited a national park in our country ? or have you ever seen a national park in Vietnam on TV ?
2. What is there in the national park ?
3. Does it have the same problems as the other national parks ?
4. What should we do to protect our national parks and What shouldn’t we do to destroy them ?
* Going around to give help is necessary
* Calling on some students to speak out
* Giving the feedback
* Working in groups of four or five to discuss these questions 
* Some students talk about it
III. AFTER LISTENING
Summarizing the main ideas of the passage
1m
5. Homework
* Writing down a short paragraph to summarize the main ideas of the Listening
* Preparing Writing
* Writing the homework
5. Homework
* Prepare the next lesson-WRITING
Self-evaluation:
APPENDIX
Task 2: Multiple choice
How many national parks are there in the United States ?
A. 50	B. 52	C. 53	D. 55
How many people visit national parks every year ?
A. five thousand	B. three thousand	
C. millions of visitors	D. billions of visitors
Can you name some of the problems which national parks are currently facing ?
Rare animals are killed or hunted for skin or other parts.
Trees are cut down for wood.
devastating fires are caused by careless people.
All are correct
What should be done to protect national parks ?
Increase the number of visitors to earn more money for the parks.
These problems should be solved gradually
Money should be raised for the park’s staff and maintenance of their resources
If there is not enough money, some national parks should be destroyed.
º Tape script	
In many parts of the USA, large areas of land have been made into national parks to protect and preserve the natural beauty of the land. National parks usually contain a variety of scenic features, such as mountains, caves, lakes, rare animals and plants. Today, there are 52 national parks in the United States, covering approximately 3 percent of the total land area of the country. National parks are all open to the public and have millions of visitors each year.
Many national parks, however, are in danger of being destroyed. Rare animals in natural parks are killed 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
If these problems are not solved immediately , and if there is not enough money for the parks staff and maintenance of their resources , many national parks will be completely destroyed.

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