Giáo án Tiếng Anh Lớp 11 - Unit 3: A party - Lesson 1: Reading

Giáo án Tiếng Anh Lớp 11 - Unit 3: A party - Lesson 1: Reading

A. OBJECTIVES:

1. Educational aim: By the end of the lesson, Ss will be able to:

- Use the information they have read to discuss celebrations in their culture.

2. Knowledge: Develop such reading-micro skills scanning for specific ideas, and identifying

 and correcting false statements.

3. Skills: Reading

- Political thought: Talking about a party

4. Attitudes

- Be aware of the importance of how to organize a party in our daily life.

II. PREPARATION.

1. Teacher

- Teaching aids: textbook, handouts, projector

- Teaching method: Communicative language teaching

2. Students

- Read through Unit 3: Reading

- Students: workbook, textbook, pen, pencil.

C. Teaching method:

- Communicative language teaching.

 

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Period: 12
UNIT 3: A PARTY
LESSON 1: READING
A. OBJECTIVES:
1. Educational aim: By the end of the lesson, Ss will be able to:
- Use the information they have read to discuss celebrations in their culture.
2. Knowledge: Develop such reading-micro skills scanning for specific ideas, and identifying
 and correcting false statements.
3. Skills: Reading
- Political thought: Talking about a party
4. Attitudes
- Be aware of the importance of how to organize a party in our daily life.
II. PREPARATION.
1. Teacher
- Teaching aids: textbook, handouts, projector
- Teaching method: Communicative language teaching
2. Students
- Read through Unit 3: Reading
- Students: workbook, textbook, pen, pencil.
C. Teaching method:
- Communicative language teaching.
D. Procedure:
1.Organizations. (1’)
Class
Date of preparing
Date of teaching
Absent Ss
11A3
 30 /9/2020
 3/ 10/ 2020
11A5
 30/9/ 2020
 2/ 10/ 2020
2. Checking the old lesson.
3. New lesson.
Teacher’s activities
Students’activities
*Warmer: (5’)
Aims: Activate Ss’ interest and background knowledge to the topic.
-T gives some gifts & cards and asks Ss :
1. What are they? - They are gifts and cards
2. When do they usually use them?
 Or: What do people usually use them for?
 - People usually use them to give their relative on birthday or anniversary etc.
T asks some questions:
1. Have you ever taken part a birthday or an anniversary party?
2. What did they do on birthday or anniversary?
3. What did people prepare for the party?
Lead in: To day you will “ take part in” a birthday and an anniversary by reading the passage.
-T gives two pictures in the text and guides Ss to guess : Which picture is a birthday and Which one is an anniversary?
-Before teaching T gives out some key words.
-T helps Ss to pronounce them correctly.
-T may want to model first and then ask Ss to repeat.
-T presents or elicits the meanings of these words from the class.
Set the scene: You are going to read about how American people celebrate birthday and wedding anniversary. Then you do the tasks that follow.
I. PRE – READING (10’)
* Vocab-teaching.
Aims: Provide students with some vocabularies.
- Mark(v): 
- Milestone(n): an important event or stage in one’s life
- Lasting(a): continuing a long time
- Golden anniversary/jubilee: celebration of the 50th wedding anniversary
- Silver anniversary/jubilee: celebration of the 25th wedding anniversary
- Diamond anniversary/
/jubilee: celebration of the 60th wedding anniversary
- Before teaching these words, T helps Ss to pronounce them correctly. T may want to model first and then ask Ss to repeat after him/her.
* Checking by Rub out & Remember.
- Rub out the first word and ask Sts to read the whole list of words again. Continue with the next word and repeat until no word is left on the board.
- Ask Sts to go the board and write the words again
II. WHILE – READING (20’)
Aims: Help students understand the content of the text by doing some tasks.
Set the scene : You are going to read about how American people celebrate birthdays and wedding anniversaries . Then you do the tasks that follow .
Atc 1: Read and Tick. (Task 1)
+ First , Ss should skim the seven statements to understand them . Ask Ss do this they underline the key words to decide what information they need to find in the text For example , the key word is “song ” for the first statement and cake for second one .
+ Then they should go back to the passage and locate the key words in the passage .
+ Then they should read around the key words carefully to find the answer .
- T get Ss to check their answers with a peer .
- T calls on some Ss to write their answers on the board and ask them to explain their choices.
- T checks the answers with the whole class.
KEY:
Birthday
Wedding
1. people sing a song
V
2. People eat cake
V
V
3. people receive cards and gifts from friends and relatives
V
V
4. people joke about their ages
V
5. people remember their wedding days
V
6. people go out to dinner
V
7. people blow out candles, one for each year
V
V
Act 2: Recognizing the wrong words (Task 2): 
- T gets Ss to read through all the 7 questions in TASK2 and identify the key words in each question. For example, in question 1, these might be “Lisa’s family and friends”, and “8th birthday”. In question 2, these might be “make cakes and ice-creams” and “birthday” etc.
- Now T instructs Ss to go back to the passage and locate these words. Ss should read around these words carefully to find the answers to the questions.
- Then T gets Ss to check their answers with a friend.
- T calls on some Ss to present and explain their answers.
- T gives feedback and correct answers.
Answer:
eighth >sevenths (line 1, paragraph 1, part A)
makes > ears (line 2, para 3,part A)
foods > presents (line 3, para 3, part A)
anniversaries > ages (line 4, para 4, part A)
months > years(line 2, para 1, part B)
5th > 50th (line 2, para 3, part B)
silver > golden(line 5, para 3, part B)
3: POST – READING (8’)
Aims: Help students improve their speaking skill.
- T let students work in pairs
1.Where do you prefer to celebrate your birthday, at home or in the restaurant?
2. Do your parents celebrate their wedding anniversaries?
3. Are you going to celebrate your wedding anniversaries in the future? Why or why not?
- T gives corrective feedback.
Suggested answer: 
A: Where do you prefer to celebrate your birthday, at home or in the restaurant?
B: I prefer to celebrate my birthday at home, because it’s both cheaper and merrier. Moreover, everyone enjoys a family atmosphere and feels cozy as well.
C: Do your parents celebrate their wedding anniversaries?
D: No. Most Vietnamese couples don’t have a habit of celebrating their wedding anniversaries.
E: Are you going to celebrate your wedding anniversaries in the future? Why or why not?
F: I think I am. Because it’s our happiest day with a lot of unforgettable memories, which marks our important turning of our life.
Whole class
Act as assigned
Individual work
Write down the words.
Work in pairs
Individual work
Work in pairs
Pair work
Act as assigned
4. Consolidation: (1’) Consolidate some main points of the lesson
5. Homework: (1’)
- Ask students to learn new words by heart.
- T asks Ss to write a paragraph about how Vietnamese people celebrate their birthdays or wedding anniversaries, based on the text they read in class. 
- Prepare the next lesson: Speaking.
E. Evaluation: 

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