Giáo án Tiếng Anh 10 thí điểm - Unit 7: Cultural diversity - Speaking

LESSON PLAN

Lesson: SPEAKING – UNIT 7: CULTURAL DIVERSITY (NEW)

Class: 10

Date: Sunday, Nov 1st, 2015

Time allotted: 30 minutes

Period:

1. Aims and objects:

- To provide students with the knowledge of traditions around the world.

- To help students know how to compare traditions and customs in two countries

and discuss those of Viet Nam

- To encourage students to use the language they have learnt in everyday situations.

2. Language:

3. Skill: Integrated skills

4. Method: Communicative approach

5. Techniques: Questions and answers, group work

6. Teaching aids: Paper boards, pictures, flashcards, handouts.

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LESSON PLAN 
Lesson: SPEAKING – UNIT 7: CULTURAL DIVERSITY (NEW) 
Class: 10 
Date: Sunday, Nov 1
st
, 2015 
Time allotted: 30 minutes 
Period: 
1. Aims and objects: 
- To provide students with the knowledge of traditions around the world. 
- To help students know how to compare traditions and customs in two countries 
and discuss those of Viet Nam 
- To encourage students to use the language they have learnt in everyday situations. 
2. Language: 
3. Skill: Integrated skills 
4. Method: Communicative approach 
5. Techniques: Questions and answers, group work 
6. Teaching aids: Paper boards, pictures, flashcards, handouts. 
TEACHING PROCEDURE 
Teaching steps 
and time 
location 
Teacher’s activities Students’ activities 
I. Stabilization 
(Warm-up) (1 
minute) 
- Greets students and introduces observing 
teachers 
- Checks the attendance 
- Greet teacher. 
-The monitor answers. 
II. Presentation 
of the new 
materials (26 
minutes) 
Lead-in: 
-Asks students to look at the board and shows 
them 4 pictures. 
-Asks students some questions: 
+ What are these activities? 
+ In Viet Nam, when do people usually do these 
activities? 
+ Who knows what these activities are called? 
-Lead to the topic of the lesson: 
“So what are traditions in countries around the 
world, especially in the UK and Russia?” 
-Look at the board 
-Listen and answer the 
questions 
-Expected answers: 
+ They are making Chung 
Cakes, decorating house, 
cleaning house, giving and 
receiving luck money. 
+ In Tet Holiday 
+ They are Vietnamese 
traditions. 
-Listen to the teacher 
“Alright, in order to answer this question, we turn 
to the lesson today, part C. Speaking: Traditions 
around the world” 
-Write the title on the board 
-Write down in notebooks 
Before you speak 
Task 1: 
-Asks students to look at the board 
-Lets students play the game: “Find the honey” 
-Tells students the rules: 
+ You have to take your group‟s bear to the honey 
by choosing a suitable route. When reaching a (?) 
sign, you have to answer the question behind it. 
+ A correct answer allows your bear to continue 
the route. A wrong answer will turn the square 
into a rock. At this time, you cannot move 
forward and have to find another route. 
+ The bear reaching the honey first will be the 
winner and get a small gift from me. 
-Checks the answers and give feedback 
-Asks students “Who can guess what the 
information in the game relates to?” 
-Look at the board 
-Listen to the teacher 
-Listen to the teacher 
-Check with the teacher 
-Listen to the teacher 
-Expected answer: 
Traditions and customs in 
 -“To know more about the traditions and customs 
in the UK and Russia, we turn to the next part.” 
While you speak 
Task 2: 
-Divides students into two groups and each group 
read about one country (The UK/ Russia) 
-Asks them to underline the most interesting 
things about the country they read 
-Gives students 3 minutes to read 
-Shows students suggested answer about the most 
interesting things of two countries 
-Shows them a sample conversation and ask 3 
students to read it out 
-Asks students to works in groups of 3 and make 
the conversation using the cues in their handouts 
-Gives students a time to practice and then calls 2 
groups to perform 
-Checks the answer and pronunciation if any 
the UK and Russia 
-Listen to the teacher and do 
as told 
-Read the passage and 
underline 
-Look at the board and check 
-Do as told 
-Do as told 
-Do as told 
-Listen to the teacher 
Student A: I think the most interesting thing 
about the UK is that Britain is a tea-
drinking nation. 
Student B: Do you? I think that many of the 
world‟s sports originate in the UK is more 
interesting. 
Student C: I agree with B. I find what B has 
said is the most interesting. 
 Task 3: 
-Asks students to work with a partner from 
different group and share with each other what 
you have learnt about traditions and customs of 
either the UK or Russia at home 
-Tells them: “Next lesson, I will check up 
previous knowledge about Task 3” 
-Asks them to move to next part. 
After you speak: 
Task 4: 
-Asks students to look at the board 
-Shows them a paper board of a list of popular 
food and drinks, popular sports, and festivals in 
Viet Nam. 
-Asks two students go to the board and rank them 
in the order of popularity. 
-Checks the answer and give feedback if 
necessary 
-Asks students to work in groups of 3 and make a 
conversation as the example in their handouts 
(Divides class into two groups and one will talk 
about sports and one talk about festivals; food and 
drinks are exercises at home) 
-Calls some groups to perform their conversation 
-Gives feedback 
-Listen to the teacher 
-Look at the board 
-Listen to the teacher 
-Go to the board and rank 
-Do as told 
-Do as told 
Consolidation 
(2 minute) 
-Asks students to answer the questions at the 
beginning of the lesson 
-Answer the question: 
-Expected answer: 
+In the UK, 
“What are traditions in the UK and Russia?” 
. It is lucky to meet a black 
cat, touch wood or find a 
clover plant with four leaves. 
. For good luck, the bride 
should wear something 
borrowed, something blue, 
something old and something 
new. 
. It is unlucky to walk under a 
ladder, break a mirror, see one 
magpie, or open an umbrella 
indoors. 
+ In Russia. 
. People believe that broken 
mirrors, whistling indoors and 
black cats will bring bad luck. 
. They believe that „money 
goes to money so they leave 
coins scattered around their 
homes in bags, cupboards, and 
drawers. 
IV. Homework 
(1 minute) 
-Asks students to: 
+ Practice to speak with your friends about 
traditions and customs in the UK and Russia 
+ Prepare the next lesson - Listening 
-Listen to the teacher 
-Write down in the notebook 
V. Self-
evaluation 

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