Giáo án Tiếng Anh 8 - Units 13. Festival - Tran Thi Mai Tri - Dak Ruong secondary school

Santa Claus

In 1823, the patron saint of children, Saint Nicholas appeared in a poem called A Visit From Saint Nicholas. The character in the poem was a fat jolly man who wore a red suit and gave children presents on Christmas Eve. The poem, which was written by Clement Clarke Moore, an American professor, became popular in the USA. Santa Claus is based on the description of Saint Nicholas in this poem.

 

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Dak Ruong secondary schoolTeacher: Tran Thi Mai TriGAME: QUICK EYESWrite the names of the festivals you have seennames of the festivalsTetChristmasEasterBirthdayUNIT 13: FESTIVALSPeriod 80: Lesson 3: Reading CHRISTMAS1. Pre – teach:The Christmas tree The Christmas card Christmas Carols Santa Claus The Patron saint (to) decorate Cây thông NoelThiếp mừng NoelNhững bài hát thánh ca Giáng sinhÔng già NoelThánh đỡ đầuTrang tríWishing you a very Happy and warm Christmas Period 80: Unit 13: FESTIVALS Lesson 4: READ I. Pre – reading:Wishing you a very Happy and warm Christmas5, Christmas tree (n)1, Christmas card 4, Christmas Carols 3, Santa Claus 6, Decorate 2, Patron saint 1. Pre – teach: Period 80: Unit 13: FESTIVALS Lesson 4: READ 2. Open prediction: Guess four special things at Christmas ?I. Pre – reading:II. While - reading:Christmas is an important festival in many countries around the word.The Christmas TreeOne Christmas Eve in the early 1500s, some people decorated a tree and put it in the market place in the Latvian city of Riga. This custom spread throughout Europe, and finally to America the 1800sThe Christmas CardIn the mid-nineteenth century, an Englishman wanted to send Christmas greetings to his friends, so he had someone design a card. Forty years later, cards were a part of the Christmas traditionII. WHILE - READING.Christmas CarolsEight hundred years ago, Christmas songs were performed for people in towns and villages. These songs were stories put to music and most people enjoyed them. The leaders of the Church, however, did not. They said the songs were unsuitable, but about 180 years ago, the songs became popular again.Santa ClausIn 1823, the patron saint of children, Saint Nicholas appeared in a poem called A Visit From Saint Nicholas. The character in the poem was a fat jolly man who wore a red suit and gave children presents on Christmas Eve. The poem, which was written by Clement Clarke Moore, an American professor, became popular in the USA. Santa Claus is based on the description of Saint Nicholas in this poem.1. Listen and check.*Structure:Reported speech of simple present: câu tường thuật của thì HTĐ (lời nói dán tiếp của thì HTĐ) Khi đổi câu trực tiếp ở thì HTĐ sang dán tiếp ta đổi thì của động từ: HTĐ -> QKĐ.They said the songs were unsuitable.The songs are unsuitable.Christmas cardSanta ClausChristmas treeChristmas Carols1. Listen and check.2. Complete the table.Christmas SpecialsPlace of originDateRigamid-19th centuryChristmas carolsThe USAThe Christmas Treeearly 1500sThe Christmas CardEngland(no information)800 years agoSanta Claus1823Designed by J. HorsleyPeriod 80: Unit 13: FESTIVALS Lesson 4: READQuestions:a. How long ago did the Christmas tree come to the USA ?b. Why did the Englishman have someone design a card ?c. When were Christmas songs first performed?d. Who wrote the poem A Visit from Saint Nicholas?e. What is Santa Claus based on ?III. Post - reading:LUCKY NUMBERS12345678910lucky numberHow long ago did the Christmas tree come to the USA?More than a century agoWhy did the Englishman have someone design a card?He wanted to send Christmas greetings to his friendslucky numberWhen were Christmas songs first performed?800 years agoWho wrote the poem A Visit from Saint Nicholas?An American professor Clement Clarke MooreWhat is Santa Claus based on?On the description of Saint Nicholas in professor Moore’s poemLucky numberlucky numberlucky numberhome workWrite it up: Use the information in the grid to write the brief paragraphs.3, RetellFilling the missing words in the song Jingle BellsDashing though the snowIn a one – horse open sleigh,O’er the fields we goLaughing all the way........... on bobtail ring,Making spirits bright,What fun it is to ride and .........,A sleighing song ...........Jingle Bells! Jingle Bells!Jingle all the way!.........., what fun it is to rideIn a one – horse open sleigh!1234Bellssingto night !Ohhome workWrite it up: - Use the information in the map to write the brief paragraphs.- Learn grammar: passive voiceDo exercises 1,5,6 in the workbook.- Prepare Unit 13 : WriteHOMEWORK1, Use the information in the map to write the brief paragraphs2, Learn passive voice to do exercises 1,6,53, Prepare - write Thank you all !

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