Bài giảng tiếng Anh 11 - Unit 4: Caring for those in need - Period 31 - Lesson 1: Getting started

Bài giảng tiếng Anh 11 - Unit 4: Caring for those in need - Period 31 - Lesson 1: Getting started

Period 31. Lesson 1: GETTING STARTED
Helping students in need

Objectives

+ LANGUAGE

Vocabulary: words and phrases related to people with disabilities and how to support them.

Grammar: The past simple and the present perfect.

+ SKILL: reading for specific information about helping people with disabilities.

 

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Welcome to class 11A5!Teacher: Le Van HanhWARM -UPWork in group. Look at the pictures and answer the question.Who are they? 1 2 345Suggested answersPicture 1: The men with physical impairment.Picture 5: The boy with cognitive impairment.Picture 2: The boy is blind/ with visual impairmentPicture 3: That child is deaf.Picture 4: The child is going to starve to death.UNIT 4: CARING FOR THOSE IN NEEDPeriod 31. Lesson 1: GETTING STARTEDHelping students in needObjectives+ LANGUAGEVocabulary: words and phrases related to people with disabilities and how to support them.Grammar: The past simple and the present perfect.+ SKILL: reading for specific information about helping people with disabilities.UNIT 4 CARING FOR THOSE IN NEEDPriod 31, Lesson 1: GETTING STARTEDHelping students in needOpen your books and look at the pictures page 46. What are these students doing?They are preparing gifts.What do you think they are going to do with the gifts?They are going to give these gifts to students with disabilities.Task 1:You are going to listen to a conversation between three friends, Mai, Kevin and Maria. Predict where is the conversation taking place? And what are these friends talking about?New words and phrases:1. disability /ˌdɪs.əˈbɪl.ɪ.ti/ /-ə.t ̬i/ noun [ C or U ] an illness, injury or condition that makes it difficult for someone to do the things that other people do: tàn tật, khuyết tật, ốma physical/learning disability 2. impairment /ɪmˈpeə.mənt/ /-ˈper-/ noun [ U ] physical/mental impairment : sự suy yếu,hư hại, hư hỏng visual impairment, hearing impairment:Physical impairment3. cognitive /ˈkɒg.nɪ.tɪv/ /ˈkɑːg.nɪ.t ̬ɪv/ adjective [ before noun ] specialized connected with thinking or conscious mental processes : liên quan đến nhận thứcSome of her cognitive functions have been impaired. cognitive behaviour/development New words and phrases4. disrespectful /ˌdɪs.rɪˈspekt.f ə l/ adjective: thiếu tôn trọngdisrespectful behaviour5. integrate /ˈɪn.tɪ.greɪt/ /-t ̬ə-/ verb 1. [ I or T ] to mix with and join society or a group of people, often changing to suit their way of life, habits and customs :Hoà nhập, hội nhậpHe seems to find it difficult to integrate socially. [ R ] It's very difficult to integrate yourself into a society whose culture is so different from your own. Children are often very good at integrating into a new culture. New words and phrases6. campaign /kæmˈpeɪn/ noun [ C ] . chiến dịch an election campaign. 7. charity /ˈtʃær.ɪ.ti/ /ˈtʃer.ɪ.t ̬i/ noun GIVING 1. [ C or U ] a system of giving money, food or help free to those who are in need because they are ill, poor or have no home, or any organization which has the purpose of providing money or helping in this way: hội từ thiệnShe does a lot of work for charity. 8. donate /də ʊ  ˈneɪt/ /ˈdoʊ.neɪt/ verb 1. [ I or T ] to give money or goods to help a person or organization: Quyên gópA businesswoman donated one million dollars to the charity. Please donate generously. New words and phrasesdisability /ˌdɪs.əˈbɪl.ɪ.ti/ /-ə.t ̬i/ noun [ C or U ] impairment /ɪmˈpeə.mənt/ /-ˈper-/ noun [ U ] cognitive /ˈkɒg.nɪ.tɪv/ /ˈkɑːg.nɪ.t ̬ɪv/ adjective [ before noun ] disrespectful /ˌdɪs.rɪˈspekt.f ə l/ adjective integrate /ˈɪn.tɪ.greɪt/ /-t ̬ə-/ verb campaign /kæmˈpeɪn/ noun [ C ] charity /ˈtʃær.ɪ.ti/ /ˈtʃer.ɪ.t ̬i/ noun donate /də ʊ  ˈneɪt/ /ˈdoʊ.neɪt/ verb Mai: Hi, what's up? Why are there so many boxes in the library?Maria: I'm preparing some Christmas gifts for secondary students with disabilities in the school we visited two months ago. These are studets with various visual, hearing, physical and cognitive impairments.Mai: Cognitive impairments?Maria: That's learning difficulties.Kevin: I have a neighbour who is blind, deaf and dumb, and needs a lot of help to get around.Maria: Well, you shouldn't use words like ‘dumb’ or ‘deaf’. It's disrespectful.Mai: I agree. There are so many students with a disability who have talents and skills.Maria: That's right. And we need to help them to become independent, integrate in the community and achieve success at school.Mai: So what are these Christmas gifts?Maria: Last month, the Youth Union in our school had a meeting, and decided to start a ‘Special Christmas Gifts' campaign to collect gifts for local charities. So far, the students in our school have donated more than 100 gifts.Mai: That's great! Can students from other schools join your campaign?Maria: Sure! A few other schools have already joined us. They have sent us textbooks, dictionaries, CD players, batteries...Kevin: I have an idea for a gift! A talking pen for learning foreign languages.Maria: Great idea! What a meaningful gift!Mai: Thanks, Maria. I'll talk to my classmates and see what we can do.Task 1. Listen and read.Task 2 Read the conversation again. Decide if the following statements are true(T), false(F), or not given(NG). Tick the correct box( 5 minutes)TFNG1. Maria is preparing some gifts for students with disabilities.2. Only students at Maria’s school can join the campaign 3. Local charities will send the gifts to different schools.4. Kevin will donate an educational toy for learning languages.5. Maris will plan a visit to a school for children with disabilities.Task 2 Read the conversation again. Decide if the following statements are true(T), false(F), or not given(NG). Tick the correct box( 5 minutes).TFNG1. Mariais preparing some gifts for students with disabilities. √√2. Only students at Maria’s school can join the campaign. 3. Local charities will send the gifts to different schools.√4. Kevin will donate an educational toy for learning √5. Maris will plan a visit to a school for children with disabilities√Mai: Hi, what's up? Why are there so many boxes in the library?Maria: I'm preparing some Christmas gifts for secondary students with disabilities in the school we visited two months ago. These are students with various visual, hearing, physical and cognitive impairments.Mai: Cognitive impairments?Maria: That's learning difficulties.Kevin: I have a neighbour who is blind, deaf and dumb, and needs a lot of help to get around.Maria: Well, you shouldn't use words like ‘dumb’ or ‘deaf’. It's disrespectful.Mai: I agree. There are so many students with a disability who have talents and skills.Maria: That's right. And we need to help them to become independent, integrate in the community and achieve success at school.Mai: So what are these Christmas gifts?Maria: Last month, the Youth Union in our school had a meeting, and decided to start a ‘Special Christmas Gifts' campaign to collect gifts for local charities. So far, the students in our school have donated more than 100 gifts.Mai: That's great! Can students from other schools join your campaign?Maria: Sure! A few other schools have already joined us. They have sent us textbooks, dictionaries, CD players, batteries...Kevin: I have an idea for a gift! A talking pen for learning foreign languages.Maria: Great idea! What a meaningful gift!Mai: Thanks, Maria. I'll talk to my classmates and see what we can do.Task 2 Read the conversation again. Decide if the following statements are true(T), false(F), or not given(NG). Tick the correct box( 5 minutes).Task 3 Work in pair, ask your partner question: What do you think of disabled people?Useful language:People used to think that they Vulnerable: dễ bị tổn thươngAlways need to be taken care ofSometimes looked down on: khinh thườngBut now we think that theyValued/useful members of society.Talented.Task 4: Find sentences with past simple or present perfect verb forms.Past simplePresent perfect- I ‘m preparing some Christmas gifts for secondary students with disabilities in the school we visited two month ago.- So far, the students in our school have donated more than 100 gifts.- Last mont, the youth Union in our school had a meeting, and decided to start a special “special Christmas Gifts”campaign to collect gifts for local charities.- A few other schools have already joined us.- They have sent us textbooks, dictionaries, CD players,batteries.Task 5: Complete the sentences with the suitable words from the box.1. The Braille alphabel was created by Luuis Braille who went_______ after an accident. It has been one of the greatest invention in human history.2. People with_________ impairment often have difficulty understanding new things and, therefore, can’t learn quickl. That is why we should break down the information for them.3. We can help people in need by making a _____to charity.4. People with a _______ disability may find it difficult to get out of bed or get around without help.5. Many experts believe that noise is the cause of approximately half of al causes of ________loss.Cognítive, donation, hearing, blind, physicalCorrect answers.1. The Braille alphabel was created by Luuis Braille who went__blind__ after an accident. It has been one of the greatest invention in human history.2. People with_cognitive_ impairment often have difficulty understanding new things and, therefore, can’t learn quickl. That is why we should break down the information for them.3. We can help people in need by making a _donation_ to charity.4. People with a _physical_ disability may find it difficult to get out of bed or get around without help.5. Many experts believe that noise is the cause of approximately half of al causes of __hearing_loss.CONSOLIDATION AND HOMEWORKToday we have just learnt:some information about helping people with disabilities.Vocabulary: words and phrases related to people with disabilities and how to support them.Grammar: Review the past simple and the present perfect.Homework: Listen and read the conversation again, learn by heart all the new words and prepare Lesson 2 Language.

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