Giáo án Tiếng Anh 8

I. Chọn và khoanh tròn chữ cái a, b, c hoặc d thích hợp nhất cho mỗi câu (2.đ)

1. I . very happy on my last vacation.

a. am b. was c. are d. were

2. She . come to my birthday party last night.

a. doesn't b. won't c. don't d. didn't

3. . a nice dress!

a. How b. Where c. What d. Which

4. How . is it from Hue to Da Nang?

a. long b. big c. far d. wide

5. She looks tired. What's the . with her?

a. matter b. happen c. wrong d. problem

6. She doesn't like pork and her uncle doesn't .

a. too b. so c. either d. neither

7. The spinach isn't fresh. . the cabbages.

a. so are b. neither are c. so aren't d. aren't either

8. Stop, please! That is too . coffee.

a. many b. lots of c. much d. little

II. Cho dạng hoặc thì thích hợp của các động từ trong ngoặc (2.đ)

1. I hope (visit) . Ha Noi next summer vacation.

2. Hoa (watch) . television every night.

3. My brother (buy) . a new motorbike last month.

4. Minh has a bad cold. He should (stay) . in bed.

5. We enjoy (take) . part in outdoor activities.

6. Why (be) . you absent from school yesterday?

7. I usually (get up) . at 6.30 but yesterday was Sunday so I (get up) .

 

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s:
Teacher’s and students’ activities
On the board
- Ask Ss to play the game
Ex: expensive - cheap
- Model 3 times and get Ss repeat.
- Show Ss 3 books: a red book and a yellow one which have the same size and a bigger brown dictionary then ask students to make comparisons.
- Ask Ss to do the exercise 5 on page 70 - 71
- Give feedback
- Ask Ss to do exercise 1 on page 69
- Ask Ss to do exercise 2 on page 69
- Ask Ss to do exercise 3 on page 69
- Ask Ss to do exercise 4 on page 70
WARM-UP
Pelmanism 
different
cheap
expensive
long
same
modern
Short
big
small
PRESENTATION
1. Vocabulary:
- (to) attend [synonym]
= join, take part in
- a backpack [realia]
- a company [picture]
*Checking: ROR
2. Comparison:
a. Form:
 The same as ...
 (not) as ... as
 Different from
 Like
b. Meaning: to compare 2 things
- Expected answers: 
+ The red book is the same as the yellow one.
+ The red book is as big as the yellow book.
+ The yellow book is different from the brown dictionary.
+ The yellow is not as/so big as the brown dictionary.
PRACTICE
1. Exercise 5:
- Expected answers: 
a. not as big as - e. not as big as
b. different from - f. the same as
c. different from - g. as long as
d. the same as - h. not as modern as
i. not as cheap as
2. Exercise 1:
- Expected answer:
+ go – gone
+ eat – eaten
+ live – lived
+ attend – attended
+ see – seen
+ do – done
+ write – written
+ work – worked
+ collect – collected
3. Exercise 2: 
+ for 5 minutes
+ Since January
+ since 1990
+ since the summer
+ for three hours
+ for 10 weeks
+ since Friday
+ for 20 years
PRODUCTION
1. Exercise 3:
a. have lived b. haven’t eaten
c. haven’t seen d. have attended
e. has worked f. has collected
2. Exercise 4:
1. have been 2. hope
3. have you lived 4. is
5. want 6. looks
7. have you ever been 8. saw
IV. Consolidation: (2 minutes)
- T asks students to state the main forms of comparison
V. Homework
- Prepare Getting started, Listen and read.
PERIOD 46: 	Date: November 28th, 2011
UNIT 8: COUNTRY LIFE AND CITY LIFE
LESSON 1: GETTING STARTED - LISTEN AND READ (P. 72, 73)
A. Aim: By the end of the lesson, students will be able to talk about the city life and the country life.
B. Methods: Communicative approach
C. Teaching aids: 	Teacher: textbook, poster, pictures
	Students: textbook, notebook, pens, rulers.
D. Procedure: 
I. Class organization: 1 minute
II. Revision: (5 minutes) WARM-UP
III. New lesson: 
1. Setting the scene: Included in the WARM-UP
2. Main activities:
Teacher’s and students’ activities
On the board
- Talk to Ss about life in the city and life in the country by asking some questions.
- model 3 times and get students to repeat
- Get Ss to talk about city life and country life.
- Ask Ss to read the dialogue between Na and Hoa and compare their ideas.
- Give feedback
- Get Ss to work in pairs to answer the questions in exercise 2 on p. 73
- Ask Ss to work in pairs to answer the questions.
- Open pairs / Closed pairs	
- Divide the class into 4 groups. Two groups include Ss who prefer the city life and the others include Ss who prefer the country life.
- Ask Ss to work in groups to answer the questions
- Ask Ss from 4 groups to show their ideas before class
WARM-UP
Chatting:
1. Where do you live?
2. Do you want to live in the city? Why?
3. Do you want to live in the country? Why?
PRE-READING
I. Pre - teach vocabulary
- a relative [example]
= uncles, aunts, cousins
- peaceful [synonym]
= calm/quiet
- permanently (adv) [explanation] 
= it means existing all the time / never ended
- accessible [explanation]
= easy to get to
- medical facilities [explanation]
= hospital / clinic / medicine / doctor’s office
Checking vocabulary: Rub out and remember
II. Revision of present simple tense, past simple tense and present perfect
a. Present simple tense
b. Past simple tense
c. Present perfect tense
WHILE READING
III. Brainstorming (Getting started)
City life
Noisy 
quiet
Country life
- Expected answers: 
+ tall buildings + beautiful views
+ plenty kinds of goods + fresh food
+ polluted air + fresh air
+ traffic jams + friendly
+ entertainment + peaceful
+ busy
IV. Comprehension questions
a. Where has Na been?
b. How long was she there?
c. What is her opinion of the countryside?
d. Na says "there is nothing to do", what does she mean by this?
e. What are some of the changes that Hoa mentions?
- Expected answers:
a. Na has been to Kim Lien Village
b. She was there for the weekend
c. To her, the country side is peaceful and quiet and there is nothing to do.
d. There is no libraries, no movies, no supermarket, no zoos . . .
e. Country life is becoming better. Many remote areas are getting electricity. People can now have things like refrigerators and TV, medical facilities are more accessible.
POST READING
V. Discussion
Do you prefer the city or the country life? Why?
IV. Consolidation: (2 minutes)
- T asks students to summarize the dialogue between Hoa and Na.
V. Homework
- Prepare Speak and Language Focus 3
- Write a paragraph about the city / the country
PERIOD 47: 	Date: November 28th, 2011
UNIT 8: COUNTRY LIFE AND CITY LIFE
LESSON 2: SPEAK AND LANGUAGE FOCUS 3 (P. 69, 70)
A. Aim: By the end of the lesson, students will be able to practice speaking about the changes of a place.
B. Methods: Communicative approach	
C. Teaching aids: 	Teacher: textbook, poster, pictures
	Students: textbook, notebook, pens, rulers.
D. Procedure: 
I. Class organization: 1 minute
II. Revision: (5 minutes) WARM-UP
III. New lesson: 
1. Setting the scene: Included in the WARM-UP
2. Main activities:
Teacher’s and students’ activities
On the board
- Divide the class into 2 teams.
- Ask Ss to go to the board and circle the word they find. The team which circles more will win the game.
- Set the scene: "Hoa's grandmother is 78. Five years ago, she was 73 and she was stronger than she is now"
- Ask Ss to make a sentence about her health.
- Explain the form - use of the Present Progressive Tense.
- Prepare six cards of cues
- Model first 2 cues, the whole class repeats chorally, then some Ss read out individually.
- Give a new cue, ask another student to repeat.
- Go on until most of the Ss in class can remember the structure. 
- Ask Ss to look at the 2 pictures on p. 73 and talk to their partners about the changes of the town. The words in the box under the pictures may help Ss.
- Write the word prompts on the BB so that Ss can speak easily.
- Get Ss to work in pairs
- Monitor and help Ss speak
- Ask Ss to work in groups to talk about changes in their hometown / neighborhood.
- Call on volunteer from each group to show their ideas before the class. Other groups can add in their ideas.
- Ask Ss to work in pairs
WARM-UP
Word square
E
X
P
E
N
S
I
B
O
O
M
D
N
U
V
E
U
L
O
I
S
V
E
A
I
D
D
R
T
R
F
U
Y
N
E
T
L
L
A
T
S
E
R
Y
G
G
R
I
U
W
N
O
I
S
Y
F
B
C
L
E
A
N
L
U
- Find 7 adjectives
- Expected answers: 
Modern - busy - noisy - tall - expensive – beautiful – dirty – old – new – clean - far
PRESENTATION
1. Vocabulary:
- dirty (a) [antonym]
# clean
- modern (a) [antonym]
# old / ancient
- better (a) [antonym]
# worse
- cleaner [antonym]
# dirtier
*Checking: ROR
2. Present progressive tense:
Form: am / is / are + V-ing
Use: used to describe changes with "get" and "become".
- Expected answers: 
"Hoa's grandmother is getting weaker"
PRACTICE
Drill 
a. The boys / get / tall
b. The old men / become / weak
c. It / become / dark
d. The weather / get / cold
e. The students / get / better
f. The school yard / become / cleaner
- Expected answers: 
a. The boys are getting tall.
b. The old men are becoming weak
c. It is getting dark
d. The weather is getting cold.
e. The students are getting better
f. The school yard is becoming cleaner
PRODUCTION
1. Speaking 1
Ex:
Traffic busy
Sky cloudy
Houses high
City beautiful
Trees green (trees)
- Expected answers: 
+ The traffic is getting busier.
+ There are more tall buildings and houses.
+ The houses are getting more modern.
+ The town is becoming more beautiful.
+ There are more green trees
+ The streets are becoming cleaner / larger / noisier.
+ Goods are getting more expensive
2. Speaking 2
Make five sentences to show changes in your neighborhood.
IV. Consolidation: (2 minutes)
- T asks students to state the main form of present progressive tense.
V. Homework
- Prepare Listen and Language focus 1 -2
- Write 5 sentences to describe the changes in your city
PERIOD 48: 	Date: November 28th, 2011
UNIT 8: COUNTRY LIFE AND CITY LIFE
LESSON 3: LISTEN - LANGUAGE FOCUS 1 -2 (P. 74, 77, 78)
A. Aim: By the end of the lesson, students will be able to complete the dialogue by listening and Further Practice in Present Continuous to talk about the future.
B. Methods: Communicative approach	
C. Teaching aids: 	Teacher: textbook, poster, pictures
	Students: textbook, notebook, pens, rulers.
D. Procedure: 
I. Class organization: 1 minute
II. Revision: (5 minutes) WARM-UP
III. New lesson: 
1. Setting the scene: Included in the WARM-UP
2. Main activities:
Teacher’s and students’ activities
On the board
- Prepare 8 cards with phrases on them.
- Write 8 verbs on the BB (play, do, watch, go, clean, have, phone, speak)
- Divide the class into 2 teams.
- Hand out each team 8 cards
- Ask Ss to stick the cards with phrases besides the suitable verbs. E.g.: play - table tennis.
- The team which is faster is the winner.
- Model 3 times and get students to repeat
- Ask Ss to use the suitable verbs in the Present Progressive Tense to complete the dialogue in the exercise 2 on p. 78.
- Get Ss to work in pairs 
- Call some pairs to practice the dialogue before class and teacher corrects.
- Concept checking:
+What tense do we use in 6 dialogues?
+ What is the form?
+ Look at the adverbs of time in the dialogue. Are they at present or in the future?
+ Present Progressive Tense is used to talk about the future.
- Set the scene: "Aunt Hang is talking to Lan on the phone. She is coming to visit Lan in Hanoi".
- Ask Ss to listen to the tape and complete the dialogue on p. 74
- Let Ss listen twice and find out the missing words individually.
- Ask Ss to share their answers with their partners.
- Ask Ss to do exercise on page 77.
- Call on some Ss to practice the dialogues on page 77.
- Give them the shipping information and ask them to make similar dialogues.
WARM-UP
Matching 
- Expected answers: 
Play table tennis
Do homework
Watch a program
Go to violin lesson
Clean the house
Have a meeting
Phone my aunt, Mrs. Hang
Speak to Mom
PRE - LISTENING
1. Vocabulary:
- (to) delay [antonym]
= (to) put off / postpone
- a destination [translation]
- departure (n) [translation]
- a status [translation]
- revised time [explanation]
= the time that has been changed
- arrival (n) [explanation]
= coming
- origin (n) [translation]
*Checking: Slap the board
2. Language Focus 2
- Expected answers: 
a. am playing
b. are doing
c. am watching
d. am going
e. are cleaning
f. am having
Concept checking:
+ Present Progressive Tense
+ am / is / are + V-ing
+ in the future
WHILE - LISTENING
- Tape transcript:
Lan: Hello.
Aunt Hang: Hello. Is that Lan?
Lan: yes. Who is this?
Aunt Hang: It's Aunt Hang. How are you?
Lan: I'm fine. Where are you phoning from?
Aunt Hang: Hue. I'm calling to tell you Uncle Chi and I are coming to visit you next week.
Lan: Great. When are you arriving?
Aunt Hang: On Thursday. We're arriving in Hanoi in the late afternoon.
Lan: OK. Do you want to speak to my Mom?
Aunt Hang: Yes, please.
Lan: Hold on a moment and I'll get her.
POST - LISTENING
- EX:
S1: Is the boat to Qui Nhon leaving at 11.30?
S2: Is that Good Fortune?
S1: That's right.
S2: I'm very sorry. It’s been delayed.
S1: Oh no!	
S2: Now, it's leaving at 13.55
IV. Consolidation: (2 minutes)
- T asks students to state the main form of present progressive tense and its uses.
V. Homework
- Prepare Read (p.75)
PERIOD 49: 	Date: November 30th, 2011
UNIT 8: COUNTRY LIFE AND CITY LIFE
LESSON 4: READ (P. 75)
A. Aim: By the end of the lesson, students will be able to understand the text about one of the social problems.
B. Methods: Communicative approach	
C. Teaching aids: 	Teacher: textbook, poster, pictures
	Students: textbook, notebook, pens, rulers.
D. Procedure: 
I. Class organization: 1 minute
II. Revision: (5 minutes) WARM-UP
III. New lesson: 
1. Setting the scene: Included in the WARM-UP
2. Main activities:
Teacher’s and students’ activities
On the board
- Write the words with disordered letters on the BB (or use the poster)
- Divide the class into 2 teams. Ask Ss from each team to go to the board and write the correct words. The team which is faster with more correct words wins the game.
- Model 3 times
- Get Ss to talk about city life and country life.
- Ask Ss to think of the difficulties of farmers' life.
- Ask Ss to guess how farmers deal with difficulties.
- Let Ss read the text silently and answer the questions: "What do many farmers do to solve their problem?"
- Expected answers: 
"They move to the city so that they can get well - paid jobs"
- Ask Ss to work in pairs to complete summary 1 on p. 75, using the information from the passage.
- Ask Ss to do exercise 2 on p. 75.
- Give a situation and Ask Ss to work in groups and discuss.
- Ask Ss from 4 groups to show their ideas before class
WARM-UP
Jumbled words:
- fulentipl à plentiful
- taneru à nature
- loofd à flood
- roestdy à destroy
- laputipoon à population
- viroped à provide
- suertl à result
- ciliestiaf à facilities
PRE-READING
I. Pre - teach vocabulary
- rural (adj) [explanation]
= something related to the countryside]
- urban (adj) [antonym]
# rural
- (a) strain [explanation]
= stress / pressure
- (a) typhoon [picture]
- (a) drought [explanation]
= hot and dry weather for a long time
- (to) struggle [translation]
- (a) migrant [explanation]
= a person who moves from one place to another especially in order to find work
- (to) increase [explanation]
= (to) go up / raise
Checking vocabulary: What and where
II. Brainstorming
Get little money
Typhoons 
Floods 
Difficulties of farmers' life
- Expected answers:
+ droughts 
+ the weather
+ hard work 
+ no vacations
+ lack of clean water / electricity
+ insects destroy harvests
WHILE READING
III. Gap - filling
- Expected answers: 
Leaving - home - city - rural - city - problems - schools - hospitals - problem - world.
IV. Finding the words
- Expected answers: 
a. rural b. plentiful
c. increase d. strain
e. tragedy f. urban
POST READING
Discussion
If you were the Prime Minister, what would you do for farmers?
- Expected answers: 
+ build streets, theaters, stadium in the country
+ build schools, hospitals
+ provide clean water, electricity, facilities
+ build factory
+ provide more jobs
+ ....
IV. Consolidation: (2 minutes)
- T asks students to state the main difficulties of rural life
V. Homework
- Prepare Write (page 76)
PERIOD 50	Date: November 30th, 2011
UNIT 8: COUNTRY LIFE AND CITY LIFE
LESSON 5: WRITE (P. 76) 
A. Aim: By the end of the lesson, students will be able to write letters to their friends about their neighborhood.
B. Methods: Communicative approach	
C. Teaching aids: 	Teacher: textbook, poster, pictures
	Students: textbook, notebook, pens, rulers.
D. Procedure: 
I. Class organization: 1 minute
II. Revision: (5 minutes) WARM-UP
III. New lesson: 
1. Setting the scene: Included in the WARM-UP
2. Main activities:
Teacher’s and students’ activities
On the board
- Ask Ss to put the outline for an informal letter in the correct order.
- Prepare 6 cards with 6 outlines on them.
- Call six Ss to hold them and stand in a random order. Ask some other Ss to rearrange them in the correct order.
- Write the answers on the BB so that Ss can remember the outline of a letter.
- Ask Ss to work in pairs to answer the questions in exercise 2 on page 76.
- Call some students to read aloud their answers. 
- Give feedback.
-Ask Ss to write letters to friends about their neighborhood.
- Ask them to compare with their partners and correct if they can.
- Choose some letters to correct before class
WARM-UP
Revision 
1. Heading:
 + Writer's address
 + Date
 + Dear . . . . ,
2. Opening
3. Body of letter
4. Closing
PRE - WRITING
Questions
- Expected answers: 
a. I live in small town / big city / village.
b. My house looks very nice / small with 4/5 rooms and a nice / small garden.
c. From my bedroom window, I can see a small park with many green trees and colorful flowers.
d. It's far from my home so I have to ride my bike. / It's very near so I can walk.
e. There is a park / a swimming pool / some restaurants, a post office / a library.
f. I like the park best because I can walk with my sisters after dinner/ every morning. / I like the library best because I can read many interesting books, or study or learn how to use the computer there.
WHILE - WRITING
Sample: 
(Writer's address)
(date)
Dear . . . . . . . ,
I live in ......., a small town. My family has a large house with four rooms and a small garden. My sister and I share one bedroom. From the bedroom window, I can see a beautiful park with green trees, flowers and a pond. We don’t live far from my school so I usually walk there.
In my neighborhood, there is a swimming pool and a beautiful park. On the weekend, I often go swimming with my friends. Early in the morning, I always jog with my sister around the park. But the thing I like best in my neighborhood is the public library near my school. There I not only can study and read books but also watch video and learn how to use the computer. Do you have a library like that in your neighborhood? Is there anything interesting in the place where you live? Write to me.
I'd like to say goodbye now. I'm looking forward to hearing from you soon.
Love, 
(Signature)
POST - WRITING
Correction:
IV. Consolidation: (2 minutes)
- T asks students to state the main parts of a letter.
V. Homework
- Prepare Language Focus 4 – 5
PERIOD 51	Date: December 1st, 2011
UNIT 8: COUNTRY LIFE AND CITY LIFE
LESSON 6: LANGUAGE FOCUS 4 -5 (P. 79)
A. Aim: By the end of the lesson, students will be able to use comparative and superlative forms of adjectives. 
B. Methods: Communicative approach	
C. Teaching aids: 	Teacher: textbook, poster, pictures
	Students: textbook, notebook, pens, rulers.
D. Procedure: 
I. Class organization: 1 minute
II. Revision: (5 minutes) WARM-UP
III. New lesson: 
1. Setting the scene: Included in the WARM-UP
2. Main activities:
Teacher’s and students’ activities
On the board
- Ask Ss to find out short adjectives and long adjectives they have learnt.
- Divide the class into 2 teams, one using yellow chalk and red chalk.
- Remind Ss of the forms of comparative and superlative adjectives.
- Ask Ss to do exercise 4 on page 79.
- Give some examples:
+ The air in the city is fresher than in the city.
+ The medical facilities in the city are more accessible than in the country.
- Move around the class and help Ss write comparison sentences. 
- Let each S read aloud one of the sentences they have made.
- Ask Ss to do exercise 5 on page 79.
- Ask them read the advertisement then ask them some questions to check their understanding.
+ What are advertised?
+ How old are they?
+ How much do we pay per month?
- Expected answers: 
+ an apartment, a villa and a house
+ The apartment is 2 years old, the villa is 5 years old and the house is new.
+ 900.000 dongs for the apartment; 6.6 million dongs for the house and 7.8 million dongs for the villa.
- Divide the class into 2 teams and ask them to play the game Noughts and Crosses. One team is Noughts (O) and the other is Crosses (X)
- Draw this chart on the board and the game begins.
WARM-UP
Brainstorming 
Long adjectives
Short adjectives
Expensive 
Big 
- Expected answers: 
+ accessible + busy
+ beautiful + easy
+ convenient + cheap
+ difficult + good
+ intelligent + bad
+ comfortable + poor
+ delicious + fresh
+ interesting + small
PRESENTATION
+ Comparative:
 Short adjective - ER + than + object
 MORE - long adjective + than + object
Ex: Vietnam is smaller than China
+ Superlative:
 THE + short adjective - EST
 THE MOST + long adjective
Ex: Vietnam is the most beautiful country in the world. 
+ Irregular adjectives:
 Good/well - better - the best
 Bad - worse - the worst
 Many - more - the most
 Little - less - the least
PRACTICE
Make comparison between the city and the country about: food, traffic, transport, air, entertainment, medical facilities, schools, electricity with the adjectives: easy, expensive, cheap, good, bad, poor, big, accessible, fresh.
PRODUCTION
Noughts and Crosses
1
old
2
expensive
3
big
4
expensive
5
small
6
hot
7
big
8
beautiful
9
old
- Expected answers: 
a. The villa is older than the apartment
b. The house is more expensive than the apartment
c. The villa is bigger than the apartment.
d. The apartment is smaller than the villa.
e. The apartment is hotter than the house.
f. The house is the biggest.
g. The villa is the most beautiful
h. The apartment is older than the house.
(Ss can make more sentences)
IV. Consolidation: (2 minutes)
- T asks students to state the form of comparisons.
V. Homework
- Write 5 sentences comparing your house with your neighbors'
PERIOD 52, 53
REVISION AND THE FIRST SEMESTER EXAMINATION TEST
PERIOD 54: 	 Date: December 1st, 2011
FEEDBACK ON THE FIRST SEMESTER EXAMINATION TEST
I. 1. b	2. d	3. c	4. a
5. c	6. c	7. b	8. d
II. 1. spend	2. did / buy
3. to give	4. has worked
5.

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