Giáo án thí điểm Tiếng Anh 7 - Unit 4: Music and arts

UNIT 4: MUSIC AND ARTS

Lesson 1: Getting Started – Making plans for the weekend

I. Objectives:

 By the end of this lesson, students can know the key language and structures to be learnt in this unit.

II. Language Focus:

 1. Vocabulary: the lexical items related to the topic “Music and Arts”.

 2. Structures: - Expressing agreement: too and either;

 - Comparisons:

 (not) as as

 the same as

 different from

III. Method: Communicative approach

IV. Teaching ads: Course book, CD player, pictures.

V. Procedures:

 

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Week: 
Period: 
Date of planning: //
Date of teaching: //
UNIT 4: MUSIC AND ARTS
Lesson 1: Getting Started – Making plans for the weekend
I. Objectives:
	By the end of this lesson, students can know the key language and structures to be learnt in this unit.
II. Language Focus:
	1. Vocabulary: the lexical items related to the topic “Music and Arts”.
	2. Structures:	- Expressing agreement: too and either; 
	- Comparisons: 
	(not) as  as
	the same as
	different from
III. Method: Communicative approach
IV. Teaching ads: Course book, CD player, pictures.
V. Procedures:
Teacher’s Activities
Ss’ Activities
Content
Note
- Write on the board: “Music and Arts”.
- Ask Ss questions.
- Ask Ss questions about the picture.
- T-Whole class
- Answer
* Presentation:
Questions:
Do you often listen to music? When? How often?
What kind of music do you like? Why?
Questions:
Who are Duong and Nick?
What are they going to do?
- Play the recording (twice)
- Ask Ss to do this exercise in pairs.
- Check their answers and give explanations if necessary. 
- Ask Ss to work individually to fill in the gaps in the sentences.
- Call some Ss to read their answers.
- Tell Ss refer back to the conversation to find the phrases. Have Ss practice saying them together.
-Explain the meaning to Ss, then give some examples.
- Ask Ss to practice the conversations in pairs before creating their short role-plays.
- Ask Ss to write the words/ phrases under the right pictures. Then play the recording.
- Let Ss listen and repeat.
- Check and correct their pronunciation.
- Give Ss the meaning of words if necessary.
- Listen and read
- Pair-work 
- Individual work 
- Pair-work
- Pair-work 
- Individual work 
* Practice:
1. Listen and read
a. Are these sentences true (T) or false (F)?
Key: 
 1. T	2. F	3. T
 4. F	5. F
b. Finish the following sentences
Key: 
as good as
loud
fantastic
in person
cinema
c. Find these sentences in the conversation. Check what they mean.
Key:
Use when you are thinking what to say or reply.
Use to show that you don’t agree with what sb has said.
Use to show that you don’t like something.
d. Work in pairs. Make short role-plays with the expressions above.
Example:
A: We’ll go to the cinema next Saturday. Can you go, too?
B:Let’s me see. I’ll have to ask my parents first.
2. Write the correct word/ phrase under each of the pictures. 
Key:
Microphone
Camera
Painting
Musical instruments
Portrait
Art gallery
Crayons
Museum
Opera
Paintbrush
- Ask Ss to give their partner the directions to one of the places on the map, and they try to guess. Then swap.
- Pair-work 
* Production:
3. Complete these sentences with words from 2.
Key:
Art gallery
Paintings
Museum
Camera
Opera 
*Homework:
- Prepare the next lesson 
(A closer look 1)
Week: 
Period: 
Date of planning: //
Date of teaching: //
UNIT 4: MUSIC AND ARTS
Lesson 2: A Closer Look 1
I. Objectives:
	By the end of this lesson, students can pronounce correctly the sounds /ʃ/ and /ʒ/ in isolation and in context; use vocabulary related to the topic “Music and Arts”.
II. Language Focus:
	1. Vocabulary: the lexical items related to the topic “Music and Arts”.
	2. Structures:	- Expressing agreement: too and either; 
	- Comparisons: 
	(not) as  as
	the same as
	different from
III. Method: Communicative approach
IV. Teaching ads: Course book, CD player, flash cards.
V. Procedures:
Teacher’s Activities
Ss’ Activities
Content
Note
- Brainstorm with Ss: let them find all the words they know related to music and arts.
- Play the recording and let Ss listen. Play again with pause for Ss to repeat each word.
- Correct their pronunciation.
- Have Ss work individually to match the words with the phrases.
- Call one or two Ss to write the combination on the board.
- T-whole class
- Individual work 
* Presentation:
&Vocabulary
- Brainstorm: find the words related to music and arts.
1. Listen and repeat these words.
painter artist actress musician puppet dancer singer song writer 
2. Match a word in A with a phrase in B.
Key:
 1. e	2.b	3. a	4. d	5.c 
- Ask Ss to work in pairs and put the letters in order to form the correct words. 
- Check their answers.
- Let Ss work in pairs then check their answers. 
- Ask Ss to read the words after T. Let them talk about these musical instruments. 
- Ask Ss to put one of these words in each blank to finish the sentences.
- Call some Ss to write their answers on the board. 
- Let the class comment and give them the correct answers.
- Let Ss practice the sound /ʃ/ and /ʒ/ together. Show Ss how to pronounce the two sounds. Play the recording and let Ss listen and repeat.
- Play the recording twice or three times. Help Ss distinguish the two sounds, and put the words in the right columns.
- Pair-work 
- Pair-work
- Individual work
- T- whole class
* Practice:
3a. Put these letters in order to make musical instruments.
Key: 
drum
piano
cello
guitar
violin
saxophone
3b. Write the type of musical instruments in the box under each picture.
Key:
a guitar
a drum
Dan Bau (one string guitar)
a violin
a cello
a piano
a saxophone
4. Put one of these words in each blank to finish the sentences.
Key:
Painter
Pop
Singer
Draw
Puppet
Instrument
& Pronunciation /ʃ/ and /ʒ/ 
5. Listen and repeat the words. Pay attention the sound /ʃ/ and /ʒ/ 
6. Listen to the words and put them into two groups.
Key:
/ʃ/
/ʒ/ 
Anxious,
Musician, dishwasher, rubbish.
Closure,
occasion, leisure, television.
- Play the recording as many times as possible and let Ss repeat the sentences. Correct their pronunciation and help them do the task as directed.
- Individual work 
* Production:
7. Listen and repeat the sentences. Underline the words with the sound /ʃ/once. Underline the words with the sound /ʒ/ twice.
Key:
 1. show, machine
 2. occasions
 3. musician, anxious 
 4. share, pleasure
 5. station
 6. sure, television
*Homework:
- Learn vocabulary by heart.
- Prepare the next lesson 
(A closer look 2)
Week: 
Period: 
Date of planning: //
Date of teaching: //
UNIT 4: MUSIC AND ARTS
Lesson 3: A Closer Look 2
I. Objectives:
	By the end of this lesson, students can use adjectives to compare things.
II. Language Focus:
	1. Vocabulary: the lexical items related to the topic “Music and Arts”.
	2. Structures:	Comparisons: (not) as  as; the same as; different from.
III. Method: Communicative approach
IV. Teaching ads: Course book, CD player, pictures.
V. Procedures:
Teacher’s Activities
Ss’ Activities
Content
Note
- Different types of comparisons and vocabulary related to them were already studied in Tieng Anh 5 and Tieng Anh 6.
- Ask Ss to recall what they know and give examples.
- Explain the uses of three structures to Ss and give some example.
- T-whole class
* Presentation:
& Grammar
Comparisons: (not) as  as; the same as; different from.
- Example:
Classical music is not as exciting as rock and roll.
The price of food is the same as it was last year.
City life is quite different from life in the country.
- Let ss work by themselves and write down the missing words.
- Ask some Ss to read the sentences.
- Correct Ss’ mistakes.
- Let Ss do the task individually. First read the text, then put a suitable word/ phrase in each gap, and compare their answers with a classmate.
- Correct Ss’ answers.
- Let Ss read in chorus. Correct their pronunciation and intonation. 
- Let Ss work in pairs. Help them interpret the table first. Give them instructions on how to do the task.
- While Ss do their task, T goes around to monitor the class.
- Explain to the class the use and location in the sentence of too and either. 
- Let them read examples. Tell them to give sentences of their own.
- Ask Ss to work individually, writing down the answers.
- Let Ss work in groups to check and read the sentences. 
- Let ss work individually, writing down the answers to make a list of the likes and dislikes. They have their own choices, so long as their sentences are correct grammatically. Encourage them to give their own ideas.
- Individual work 
- Individual work
- Pair-work 
- T Whole class
- Individual work 
- Group-work
- Individual work 
* Practice:
1. Put as, or from in the gaps.
Key: 
 1. as	 2. as 3. as 
 4. from 5. as	6. as
2. Put one of these phrases in each gap in the passage.
 Key:
1. the same as
2. as quite as 
3. different from
4. as narrow as
5. friendly as
6. the same as
3. Work in pairs. Compare the two music clubs in the town: Young Talent and Nightingale.
Example:
Young Talent is not as old as Nightingale.
Nightingale is older than Young Talent.
Too and either
Examples:
A: I like pop music.
B: I like it too.
A: My mum doesn’t like rock and roll.
B; My mum doesn’t like it either.
4. Complete the following sentences with “too” or “either”.
Key:
Too
Either
Either
Too
Too
5. What music and arts are you interested, or not interested in? Make a list by completing the sentences below.
- Ask Ss to work in pairs to share their lists of ideas.
- Ask some more Ss ro report their results to the class.
- Pair-work 
* Production:
6. Work in pairs. Share your list with your partner. Then, report to the class using too/ either.
Example:
A: Nam is interested in drawing and I am too.
B: Phong doesn’t like folk music and I don’t either.
*Homework:
- Prepare the next lesson 
( Skill 1)
Week: 
Period: 
Date of planning: //
Date of teaching: //
UNIT 4: MY NEIGHBOURHOOD
Lesson 4: Communication
I. Objectives:
	By the end of this lesson, students can talk about music and arts in Vietnam.
II. Language Focus:
	1. Vocabulary: the lexical items related to the topic “Music and arts”.
	2. Structures:	Present simple tense
III. Method: Communicative approach
IV. Teaching ads: Course book, CD player.
V. Procedures:
Teacher’s Activities
Ss’ Activities
Content
Note
- Brainstorm with Ss to give the names of famous musicians, actors, actresses, painter, and music bands they know. 
- Have Ss read the new vocabulary after the teacher. Explain the meaning of the words to Ss.
- T Whole class
* Presentation:
Extra vocabulary:
Composer
Originate
Anthem
Curriculum
Compulsory
Academic
Unimportant
- What do you know about Hoi An?
- Anything you can remember about it.
- Ask Ss to work in groups and find the answers.
- Give the correct answers.
- Give ss plenty of time to work independently, read the passage, and understand the main ideas.
- Divide the class into groups of four or five to discuss the questions.
- After some time, elicit ideas from the groups. Then one student from each group presents their ideas to class.
- Group-work 
- Group-work 
* Practice:
1. Music quiz: What do you know?
Work in groups and answer the questions.
 Key:
B
C
A
C
B
B
2. Read the following passage. In groups, discuss the questions below.
Do you think music and arts should be compulsory subjects at schools in Viet Nam?
- Have Ss work in groups of four to six to make a list from the most useful to least useful subjects given.
- After discussion, each group presents their list, and give a talk to the class.
- Give comments.
- Whole class
* Production:
3. Look at the different subjects below. In groups, make a list from the most useful to the least useful in the space below. How can the top three subjects on your list help you in other areas of school and life?
Music
Dancing
Singing
Painting
photography
*Homework:
- Prepare the next lesson :
(Skill 1)
Week: 
Period: 
Date of planning: //
Date of teaching: //
UNIT 4: MUSIC AND ARTS
Lesson 5: Skill 1
I. Objectives:
	By the end of this lesson, students can talk and read for specific information about traditional arts.
II. Language Focus
	1. Vocabulary: the lexical items related to the topic “Music and arts”.
	2. Structures:	- Expressing agreement: too and either; 
	- Comparisons: 
	(not) as  as
	the same as
	different from
III. Method: Communicative approach
IV. Teaching ads: Course book, CD player, flashcards.
V. Procedures:
Teacher’s Activities
Ss’ Activities
Content
Note
- Ask Ss to name the art forms they know. Ask Ss work in pairs to discuss the questions given.
- Tell Ss to read the text three times. Set a strict time limit to ensure Ss read quickly for specific information.
- Pair-work 
* Presentation:
& Reading
Discuss the questions below with a partner.
- What kinds of traditional Vietnamese performance do you know about?
- Do you know about water puppetry? Have you been to a water puppet show? If yes, did you like it? Why/ Why not?
- Ask Ss to work individually to find the words.
- Call on some Ss to say the words or write them on the board.
- Give correction.
- Ask Ss to read the passage again and answer the questions.
- Call on some individuals to read aloud to the class. 
- Check their pronunciation and intonation. Explain the new words and clarify anything difficult.
- Ask Ss to work in pairs and do the matching.
- Allow Ss some time to talk about their favorite kind of music.
- Individual work
- Pair-work 
- Pair-work 
* Practice:
1. Find the words in the text which mean:
Key: 
unique
began
performed
rural
festivals
2. Answer the following questions.
Key: 
It began in the 11th century.
It takes place in a pool.
They are controlled by puppeteers.
They are made of wood.
They are about everyday life in the countryside an about folk tales.
& Speaking
3. Match the types of music in A with the adjectives to describe them in B
Key:
E
A
B
C
D 
- Explain the rules of the game Tic tac Toe to Ss.
- Have Ss work in pairs. Decide which partner is X, which is O and who will go first. The first player chooses a box and calls out a number.
- Pair -work
* Production:
4. Game: TIC TAC TOE
With a partner, draw a tic tac toe board, like the one below. Then, write numbers 1 to 9 in the boxes. You can put the numbers anywhere you like!
Example:
Player 1: I want number 2.
Player 2: Ok, sing a song in English!
*Homework:
- Prepare the next lesson:
(Skill 2)
Week: 
Period: 
Date of planning: //
Date of teaching: //
UNIT 4: MUSIC AND ARTS
Lesson 6: Skill 2
I. Objectives:
	By the end of this lesson, students can listen to get information about an artist; write an informal letter of invitation.
II. Language Focus
	1. Vocabulary: the lexical items related to the topic “Music and arts”.
	2. Structures:	- Expressing agreement: too and either; 
	- Comparisons: 
	(not) as  as
	the same as
	different from
III. Method: Communicative approach
IV. Teaching ads: Course book, CD player
V. Procedures:
Teacher’s Activities
Ss’ Activities
Content
Note
- Explain Listening Tip to Ss. Tell them if they are going to apply the listening tip, then they must be given time to take notes.
- Ask Ss to look at the picture and say what they know about Picasso.
- T whole class.
* Presentation:
& Listening
Listening Tip
When you listen, it is very useful to take notes. Try to note down the keywords. This helps you to remember the main ideas.
- Ask Ss to close their books. Tell Ss they should listen and note down the keywords in their notebooks.
- Play the listening twice and ask Ss to circle the words they hear in the passage.
- Check their comprehension of choose words.
- Play the recording again. While listen, Ss have to choose A, B, C or D for their answers.
- Play the recording again once more. As a class, Have Ss discuss how the listening is organized (according to timeline, the order of important events, or another way).
- Ask Ss why they would write an informal letter of invitation. Then focus their attention on the Writing tip.
- Have Ss read the sample letter carefully, and note down the useful expressions for writing an informal letter of invitation.
- Individual work
- Individual work 
- Individual work 
- Individual work 
* Practice:
1. Listen to the passage about Picasso and circle the words you hear.
Key: 
1.Artist
2. Training
4. Portrait
6. paintings
2. Listen to the passage again and choose the correct answers.
Key:
A
B
A
C
3. Listen to the passage once more time. As a class, discuss how the listening is organized.
& Writing
Informal letter of invitation
4. Read the following letter and choose the correct answer.
Key:
A
B
Writing tip
When you write an informal letter of invitation, you use:
- How about + V-ing?
- Ask Ss read the cues carefully, then practice writing the letter. Tell Ss to pay attention to spelling and punctuation.
- Collect som Ss’ writing papers and mark them, then give comments to the class. 
- Individual work
* Production:
5. Now write a letter to invite a friend to an art exhibition, using the following cues
Event: Exhibition of Modern Art
Time: 9 o’clock, Saturday morning.
Place: Art Center.
Time to meet: 8.15
- Ask Ss to write their own letter as homework.
*Homework:
- Write the letter in your notebook.
- Prepare the next lesson:
(Looking back)
Week: 
Period: 
Date of planning: //
Date of teaching: //
UNIT 4: MUSIC AND ARTS
Lesson 7: Looking Back
I. Objectives:
	By the end of this lesson, students can review all what they have learnt in this unit.
II. Language Focus
	1. Vocabulary: the lexical items related to the topic “Music and arts”.
	2. Structures:	- Expressing agreement: too and either; 
	- Comparisons: 
	(not) as  as
	the same as
	different from
III. Method: Communicative approach
IV. Teaching ads: Course book, CD player, pictures.
V. Procedures:
Teacher’s Activities
Ss’ Activities
Content
Note
- Encourage Ss not to refer back to the unit pages. Instead they can use what they have learnt during the unit to help them answer the question.
- Ask Ss to work individually to match the words in tow column.
- Correct the mistakes.
- T whole class
- Individual work 
* Presentation:
& Vocabulary
1. Match the words in column A with the one in the column B.
Key:
e
c
b
a
d
- Ask Ss to work in pairs and write their answers in their notebooks.
- Correct the mistakes.
- Let Ss read the passage in chorus or individually.
- Have ss work in groups to write the answers. Check their answers.
- Have Ss work individually first to write the sentences. 
- Then ask them to work in pairs to swap their sentences.
- Give correction and calls some Ss to read the sentences aloud.
- Have ss work individually. Ask them check their answer with a partner.
- Pair-work 
- Group-work 
- Individual work 
- Pair-work 
- Individual work 
* Practice:
2. Put the word from the box in each gap to complete the passage.
Key:
music
arts
stages
go 
films
& Grammar
3. Put the words/ phrases from the box in the gaps to complete the sentences.
Key: 
art gallery
artistic
films
in person
sung
4. Rewrite these sentences, using the words in brackets.
Key:
The photograph is not big as the painting.
My painting is not as expensive as this painting.
This picture is not different from the picture in our room.
The film we saw last week is not as interesting as this one.
The journey was not as long as we thought as first.
5. Complete the following sentences, using “too” or “either”.
Key:
Too
Either
Either
Too
Too
- Ask Ss read the questions and answers twice. Then match them.
- Let Ss work in pairs and role-play the questions and answers, then write all the sentences in their notebooks.
- Pair-work
* Production:
& Communication
6. Match the questions 1-6 with the answers A-F.
Key:
B
A
E
C
D
F
*Homework:
- Do the PROJECT: 
Dong Ho Painting
- Prepare next lesson :
Review Unit 1-2-3

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