Giáo án Tiếng Anh 8 - Units 12: A vacation abroad

I/ Aim:

Reading for details about making plans for a vacation abroad.

II/ Objective:

By the end of the lesson, students will be able to be aware of how to make, accept and decline invitations.

III/ Technique:

Brainstorming, pair work, group work, explanation, T-whole, SS-SS

IV/ Teaching aids:

Text books, charts, cassette.

IV/ Procedures:

 

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Saturday, February 28, 2009
Unit 12: A vacation abroad
Period 73 – Lesson 1: Getting started – Listen and read.
I/ Aim: 
Reading for details about making plans for a vacation abroad.
II/ Objective:
By the end of the lesson, students will be able to be aware of how to make, accept and decline invitations.
III/ Technique: 
Brainstorming, pair work, group work, explanation, T-whole, SS-SS 
IV/ Teaching aids:
Text books, charts, cassette.
IV/ Procedures:
STAGE
ACTIVITIES 
Warm up
Getting started: Guessing game
- Show the pictures to students, one by one, and ask them to guess what country it is.
Answer:
a. The USA d. Britain
b. Australia e. Canada
c. Thailand f. Japan
Chatting:
T: Where do you want to visit among these countries?
S: ..............................................
T: Why?
S: ..............................................
Pre-reading
LISTEN AND READ
New words:
(to) include: bao gåm, gåm cã (translation)
(to) come over: ®Õn, ghÐ (explanation)
(to) pick sb up: ®ãn ai (explanation)
abroad (adv): ë n­íc ngoµi
a business meeting: héi nghÞ
- Have students copy down.
Checking vocabulary: R.O.R
- Ask students to close their books and look at the board.
- Rub out the English words, one at a time. Point to Vietnamese words and ask students “What is it in English?”
- When all the words are rubbed out, go through the Vietnamese words and get students to call out the English words.
T/F Pre questions:
- Set the scene: Mrs. Quyen is going to USA. She is ringing her friend, Mrs. Smith, to tell her about her trip.
- Put the chart of the questions on the board.
1. Mrs. Quyen is calling Mrs. Smith from the airport in San Francisco.
2. Mrs. Smith invites Mrs. Quyen and her husband to stay with her while they are in the town.
3. Mrs. Quyen doesn’t accept Mrs. Smith’s invitation because she wants to stay with a Vietnamese friend of hers.
4. Mrs. Quyen and her husband will be in the USA for 3 days.
5. Mrs. Quyen and her husband will come over to Mrs. Smith’s place for dinner one night.
6. Mr. Thanh, Mrs. Quyen’ husband, goes abroad for a business meeting.
- Ask students to work in pairs to guess the answers.
- Get students to give the answer and write them on the board.
While reading
- Ask students to listen to the tape while reading the dialogue on P.112
- Call on some students to correct the false sentences.
Answer:
1. Mrs. Quyen is calling Mrs. Smith from the airport in San Francisco. – Hanoi
2. T
3. Mrs. Quyen doesn’t accept Mrs. Smith’s invitation because she wants to stay with a Vietnamese friend of hers. – Because her accommodation is included in her ticket price.
4. T
 5. Mrs. Quyen and her husband will come over to Mrs. Smith’s place for dinner one night. – Only Mrs. Quyen
6. T
Grid: (Listen and read)
- Draw the grid on the board and ask students to copy down.
- Ask students to open their books and read the dialogue.
- Ask students to work in pairs to complete Mrs. Quyen’s schedule with the information taken from the dialogue.
- Call on some students to the board to write the information in the grid.
Answer:
Date
Mon 25
Tue 26
Wed 27
Thur 28
Schedule
Coming to San Francisco
Going out
Having dinner with the Smith
Leaving San Francisco
Comprehension questions:
- Ask students to look at their books and answer the questions P.113
- Call on some students to answer.
Answer:
a) No, they won’t. Because they are coming on a tour, and their accommodation is included in the ticket price, so they will stay at the hotel
b) No, he won’t. Because he will have a business meeting in the evening that day.
c) Mrs. Smith will pick her up at her hotel.
- Have students copy down.
Post-reading
Grammar:
- Ask students to read the dialogue again and pick out the statements indicating the following situations:
* Making invitation:
Would you like to come and stay with us?
 you must come over and have dinner one night.
* Accepting invitation:
Yes, we’d love to but we’ll only be in town for three nights.
* Declining an invitation:
That’s very kind of you but we are coming on a tour
* Making a complaint:
Oh, dear. He’s always working
Homework 
- Learn the new words by heart.
- Practice reading the dialogue
- Do exercises in the workbook. 
Monday, March 02, 2009
UNIT 12: A VACATION ABROAD
Period 75 – Lesson 2: Speak 
I/ Aim: 
To get students to practice in making plans using tourist brochures and flight information.
II/ Objective:
By the end of the lesson, students will be able to talk about their plans for a trip abroad.
III/ Teaching aids: photocopied tables, chart, realia.
IV/ Procedures:
STAGE
ACTIVITIES 
Warm up
Quize:
- Tell students who can answer the question will get 1 or 2 mark.
1/ What is the end of everything? (letter g)
2/ What word starts with T, end with T, and full of T?
(Teapot; Pot = full of)
3/ What is in the middle of New York City? (York)
4/ Which river in America has 4 eyes? (Mississippi)
Students ask: Do you like your teacher?
Presentation
SPEAK:
- Elicit words from students:
+ an itinerary: lộ trình (translation)
+ a gallery: phòng trưng bày (picture)
+ a flight: chuyến bay (translation)
+ via (prep): qua, theo đường (explain)
+ facility (n): tiện nghi, điều kiện thuận lợi (explain)
+ a brochure: sách quảng cáo (realia)
- Have students copy down
Checking vocabulary: slap the board
- Put the Vietnamese translations all over the board.
- Call on 2 students or 2 teams of 4-5 students in both sides of the class to the front of the class standing at equal distance from the board.
- Call out the English words and students run forward to slap the Vietnamese words on the board.
- The students slapping the right word first is the winner and gets a point for his/her team.
Matching:
- Show the photocopied tables (P.113, 114) on the right if the board randomly and ask students to match them with the right titles on the left.
- Write the titles on the left.
1. Itinerary
2. Flight information
3. Hotel advertisement 
4. Travel brochure
- Call on some students to go to the board to draw the lines to match the tables with the titles.
Practice
Tell me about:
- Leave the tables on the board and ask students to look at them
- Go through the tables, asking students questions for information about the flights, accommodation, and tourist places.
Suggestions:
* For the flight information table:
+ How many flights a week can you take from Los Angeles to Boston?
+ Which flight can you take everyday of the week?
* For the Hotel advertisement table:
+ Which of the hotel is cheaper?
+ How much is a double room in Revere Hotel? How about Atlantic Hotel?
* For the travel brochure:
+ Where can you visit?
Mapped dialogue: 
- Set the scene: These people are making a plan for their trip from Los Angeles to Boston. Let’s do it with them
- Put the mapped dialogue chart on the board.
- Elicit the exchanges from students 
- Have some pairs practice each exchange before going another exchange.
- After finishing the dialogue, call a good pair to demonstrate the whole dialogue.
- Ask some pairs to demonstrate the dialogue.
- Ask students to work in pairs , replacing the information using the tables.
Where shall we stay?
The revere Hotel is expensive but it has a gym.
Where should we visit?
I think we should visit Harvard Medical School, the Museum and Arts Gallery.
What time should we leave Los Angeles?
There is a daily flight at 10. am, would that be O.K?
Production
Transformation:
- Ask students to make a plan for their coming summer holiday by filling the information in their itinerary.
Eg: 
Depart: (Hue).............................................
Arrive: (Ho Chi Minh City) ................................
Accommodation: ................................
Sightseeing:................................
Depart: (HCM City) ................................
- Call on some pairs to demonstrate their plans for the class.
- Give feedback ad correct.
Homework 
- Write the itinerary into their notebooks.
Wednesday, March 04, 2009
Unit 12: A vacation abroad
Period 75 – Lesson 3: Listen + Language focus 1, 2
I/ Aim: 
Listen for information about the weather
Practice in past progressive tense.
II/ Objective:
By the end of the lesson, students will be able to practice in listening to the weather forecast for information about the weather in big cities in the world. They will also be able to talk about the past activities using past progressive tense.
III/ Teaching aids: pictures, cardboards, gap fill chart, cassette.
IV/ Procedures:
STAGE
ACTIVITIES 
Warm up
- Ask students some questions to lead to the lesson
Have you ever listen to a weather forecast on TV or radio?
What does it often tell you about?
Do you think it is necessary to listen to the weather forecast? Why?/ Why not?
What do you know about the high and low temperature?
Pre listening
Gap fill:
- Put the gap-table on the board.
- Have students copy into their notebooks.
Temperature
City
Weather
High
Low
Sydney
dry, windy
____
26
Tokyo
__________, _________
15
____
London
__________, cold
____
____
Bangkok
warm, __________
____
____
New York
__________, _________
____
15
Paris
_________, __________
10
____
While listening
- Ask students to fill in the table.
- Have students listen to the tape 2 or 3 times.
- Tell students to work in pairs to compare their answer.
- Get students to give their answer and correct.
Temperature
City
Weather
High
Low
Sydney
dry, windy
20
26
Tokyo
dry, windy
15
22
London
humid, cold
- 3
- 7
Bangkok
warm, dry
24
32
New York
windy, cloudy
8
15
Paris
cool, dry
10
16
Presentation
LANGUAGE FOCUS 1
Ordering picture:
- Ask students to look at the pictures on P.119 carefully.
- Tell students to listen and number the pictures.
- Read the verbs aloud.
1. walk with a dog
2. eat dinner
3. take a shower
4. talk to grandma
5. read a comic (truyện tranh)
6. write a letter
- Call some students to give the answers:
- Give feedback and correct.
a – 3, b – 2, c – 5, d – 6, e – 1, f – 4
Teaching grammar:
- Set the scene: 
What time was it? (8.00)
What was Ba doing? (say in Vietnamese)
- Elicit answer from students 
- Get students to repeat and copy the models from the board.
Model sentences:
1/ Ba was taking a shower at 8.00 last night.
2/ Lan and her grandma were talking to each other at that time.
Concept checking: Past progressive tense
+ Form: S + was / were + V-ing
+ Use: to indicate an action that was in progress at a point of time in the past.
- Let students copy down.
Practice L.F1: Word - cue drill
- Show the cardboards and go through the verbs.
1. Ba / take a shower
2. Hoa / have dinner
3. Bao / read a comic
4. Nga / write a letter
5. Na / walk with her dog
6. Lan and her grandma / talk to each other.
- Model the first sentence and have students repeat.
- Ask the whole class to work through the rest of the cues.
- Call on some students to the board and write the sentences.
LANGUAGE FOCUS 2:
Matching:
- Ask students to look at the pictures on P.119 and do the matching on P.120
- Call on some students to give the answers:
a – C b – F c – E d – B e – D f – A
Teaching grammar:
- Elicit the model sentences by asking questions:
1. What was the Le family doing when the mailman came?
2. What happened while Nga was eating?
Model sentences:
1. The Le family was sleeping when the mailman came
 Past progressive Past simple
2. The phone rang while Nga was eating.
 Past simple Past progressive
Concept check:
+ Form: 
 Main clause Conjunction adverb clause
 S+ was / were + V-ing when S + V-ed
 S + V-ed while S + was / were + V-ing
+ Use: Sequence of sentences: an action was taking place in the past when another action took place.
- Get students to copy.
Practice L.F 2: Picture drill
- Ask students to look at the pictures
- Model the first sentence and have students repeat.
- Ask students to go through the rest of the pictures
- Call on some students to the board and write the sentences.
Homework
- Write sentences into their notebooks.
- Do exercises in the workbook.

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