Giáo án Tiếng Anh 8 - Units 2: Making arrangements - Nguyễn Thị Quỳnh Nga - Hoi Son Secondary School

*) Objectives: By the end of the lesson, students will be able to:

 - use the telephone to make and confirm arrangements.

 - read for details about a conversation on the phone.

*) Language focus: - Vocabulary: directory, mobile, message, machine, arrange, hold on.

 - Grammar / Structure: + be going to (talk about intention).

 + Adverbs of place.

*) Language skill: listening, reading.

*) Teaching aids: text book

*) Teaching procedure:

 

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 Date of preparation: 06/09/2009
Date of teaching: 07/09/2009
Period 7: Unit 2: Making arrangements
 Lesson 1: Getting started.
 Listen and read.
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*) Objectives: By the end of the lesson, students will be able to:
 - use the telephone to make and confirm arrangements.
 - read for details about a conversation on the phone. 
*) Language focus: - Vocabulary: directory, mobile, message, machine, arrange, hold on.
 - Grammar / Structure: + be going to (talk about intention).
 + Adverbs of place.
*) Language skill: listening, reading.
*) Teaching aids: text book 
*) Teaching procedure:
Stages
Teacher's activities
Student's activities
Warm-up
- Asks students some questions:
? Do you have a telephone / a mobile phone?
? What you you often use for it? (Do you use it for phoning your friends?)
*) Chatting:
- Answer the questions one by one.
Presentation
- Sticks pictures on boarb and guides students to do the task.
- gives definitions of the above objects
- gives the definitions of these objects on a poster and ask Ss to match the object with its definition.
*) Definition:
 1. To send fax.
 2. To find someone’s telephone number.
 3. To write addresses and telephone numbers.
 4. To make a phone call in a street telephone box.
 5. To leave and receive message.
 6. To make phone call anywhere you need.
*) Match the object with it’s definition:
 a-5 b-6 c-1 d-2 e-4 f-3
- Sets a scene: ‘Hoa and Nga are talking on the phone.They are talking about going to see a movie’.
- Explains the meanings of the newwods.
- Reads and gets students to follow.
I. Getting started:
*Match each object with its name:
- Work in groups: match each object to the right picture.
*) Answer keys:
an answering machine 
a mobile phone 
a fax machine 
a telephone directory 
a public telephone
an address book 
- Listen
- Match
II. Listen and read:
1. New words: 
+ directory (n):danh b¹
+ mobile (n): ®iÖn tho¹i di ®éng
+ message (n): tin nh¾n
+ machine (n): m¸y
+ arrange (v): s¾p xÕp
+ hold on (v): gi÷ m¸y.
- Read after teacher.
Practice
- Shares students sheets of paper of open-prediction and guides them to do the task.
 a. Who made the call?
 b. Who introduced herself?
 c. Who invited the other to the 
 movies?
 d. Who arranged a meeting 
 place?
 e. Who arranged the time?
 f. Who agreed to the time?
- Feedback and corrects the mistakes.
- Gets some pairs of Ss to ask and answer the questions.
2. Open-prediction:
- Read the questions and guess the answers.
3. Practice the dialogue with a partner:
- Work in pairs: roleplay the dialogue with their partners.
4. Answer the questions:
- Answer the questions and check the prediction.
*Answer keys:
 a. Nga made the phone.
 b. Nga introduced herself.
 c. Nga invited Hoa to go to the move.
 d. Nga arranged a meeting place.
 e. Hoa arranged the time.
 f. Nga agreed to the time.
Further practice
- Asks students to work in pair and answer the following questions: (extraboard):
 a. What is Hoa’s telephone number?
 b. Which movie are they going to see? Where?
 c. How is Hoa going to see the movies?
 d. Where are they going to meet? What time?
- Feedback and corrects the mistakes.
5. Comprehension questions:
- work in pairs and answer the questions.
*) Answer keys:
Her telephone number is 3847 329.
They are going to see”Dream City” at Sao Mai Movie Theater.
Hoa is going by bike.
They are going to meet ouside the theater at6:30
Homework
- Asks students to:
+ Learn the new words by heart.
+ Prepare: ”SPEAK & LISTEN”
- Write exercises
Date of preparation: 08/08/2009
Date of teaching: 10/08/2009
Period 8: Unit 2: Making arrangements
 Lesson 2: Speak & Listen
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*) Objectives: By the end of the lesson, students will be able to talk on the telephone about 
 intentions with: Be going to 
*) Language focus: - Vocabulary: 
 - Grammar / Structure: 
*) Language skill: listening, reading.
*) Teaching aids: text book 
*) Teaching procedure:
Stages
Teacher's activities
Student's activities
Warm-up
- Asks Ss some questions.
? Do you have a telephone / a mobile phone?
? Who do you often talk to on the phone?
? What would you say when you pick up the phone to answer it?
*) Chatting:
- Answer the questions one by one.
Pre-speaking
? What would you say if you are the
 caller / receiver?
? If you want to make an arrangement 
 what would you say?
- Guides Ss to do the task: This is a dialogue but the sentences are not in good orders.Put the sentences below in the correct order to make a complete conversation. 
- Feedback and corrects
- Ask Ss some questions to check student’s understanding and focus on the structure.
? Are they talking on the phone? (Yes)
? What do they intend to do? (They intend to the Pop concert).
? What time are they going to meet?Where?(They are going to meet inside the center at 7:15)
? What form of the verb do you use to to talk about intention?( Be going to)
*Make a phone call:
- Hello, .
- This is . 
- May / can I speak to .. ?
*Make an arrangement:
- Can you  tonight ?
- Would you like ..?
1. Put the sentences below in the correct order to make a complete conversation.
- work in pairs: Put the sentences below in the correct order to make a complete conversation.
*) Answer keys:
1.b 2.f 3.j 4.a 5.i 6.c 7.e 8.k 9.g 10.h 11.d 
While-speaking
- Sets the scene: Ba and Bao are making an arrangement on the phone about playing chess. Now, read and complete it with suitable words.
- Feedback and corrects the mistakes.
- Gets students to practice the dialogue in pairs.
2. Complete the dialogue: 
- Work in pairs: read and complete the dialogue.
Ba:
Hello.8 257 012.
Bao:
May I speak to Ba,please.This 
is Bao.
Ba:
Hello, Bao. How are you?
Bao:
I’m fine.Thanks. And you?
Ba:
Great. Me too.
Bao:
Can you play chess tonight?
Ba:
I’m sorry. I can’t play chess 
tonight. I’m going to do my
homework.
Bao:
What about tomorrow 
afternoon?
Ba:
Yes.Tomorrow afternoon is fine.
Bao:
I’ll meet you at the Center
Chess Club.
Ba:
At the Center Chess Club? Ok.
Let’s meet at the front door.
Bao:
Is 2:00 0’clock OK?
Ba:
Great. See you tomorrow 
afternoon at 2:00 o’clock.
- work in pairs: have roles of two students who are talking on the phone making arrangements.
Post-speaking
- Sets the scene: A woman phoned the principal of Kingston Junior high school, but he was out. Now listen and complete the form.
- Get Ss to listen to the tape twice and fill in the message.
- Call Ss to give correct answers.
- Asks Ss some questions to check student’s understanding.
? What is the woman’s name?
? What is her telephone number?
? Who does the woman want to see?
? When does she meet the principal?
KINGSTON JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL
Date : 21st of September 
Time : in the afternoon 
For : the principal 
Message : Mrs Mary Nguyen wanted 
 to see you at 9.45 in the 
 morning on Tuesday 
Tel number: 64683720942.
3. Listening:
- Listen and complete the form
- Compare with their partners.
- Listen and answer the teacher’s questions.
Homework
- Asks students to:
+ Learn the new words by heart.
+ Practice the dialogue with your partners.
+ Prepare:”READ”
Find out new words.
Read and do exercise 1,2 in textbook.(page 22).
- Write exercises
*) Tape transcript:
Secretary:
 Kingston Junior High School. Good afternoon.
Woman:
 Good afternoon. Could I talk to the principal, please?
Secretary:
 I’m afraid Mr.Kelvin is out at the moment. Would you like to leave a message?
Woman:
 Uhm, no. But I’d like to make an appointment to see him.
Secretary:
 I think he will be available on Tuesday.
Woman:
 Tuesday is OK. Can I see him in the morning?
Secretary:
 Sure, You can. What time would you like to come?
Woman:
 Is 10:30 ok?
Secretary:
 I’m sorry.The principal will have a school visit at 10:30. What about 9:45?
Woman:
 9:45? Let me see.Yes, it’s alright.
Secretary:
 What’s your name, please?
Woman:
 My name’s Mary Nguyen.
Secretary:
 Is that N-G-U-Y-E-N?
Woman:
 Yes, that’s right. Mrs. Nguyen.
Secretary:
 And your address, please?
Woman:
 Number 23,51st Street. My telephone number is 64683720942.
Secretary:
 Thank you.Mrs Nguyen.
Woman:
 Thank you very much. Goodbye.
Secretary:
 Goodbye.
Date of preparation: 09/08/2009 
Date of teaching: 10/08/2009 
Period 9: Unit 2: Making arrangements
 Lesson 3: Read
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*) Objectives: By the end of the lesson, students will be able to read for details to know 
 about Alexander Graham Bell, the person who invented the telephone. 
*) Language focus: - Vocabulary: emigrate, transmit, deaf-mute, conduct, device, 
 demonstrate.
 - Grammar / Structure: The past simple tense.
*) Language skill: reading.
*) Teaching aids: text book, extraboard, tape, Bell’s photograph 
*) Teaching procedure:
Stages
Teacher's activities
Student's activities
Warm-up
- Divides class into 2 groups and guides them to do the task.
- Feedback and corrects the mistakes.
*) Networks:
 to chat with friends
What is the telephone
used for?
- Work in 2 groups: go to the board and write the use of telephone for
*) Possible answers:
- to communicate 
- to have a massage
- to call someone 
- to make arrangements
- to talk to a person who lives far from.
- to get information at the airport or railway station quickly.
Pre-reading
- Ask Ss some questions to introduce the lesson.
? Do you have a telephone at home?
? Is the telephone useful for you?
? So do you know who invented telephone? Can you guess?
- Shows Bell’s photograph and asks:
? Do you know this man? 
? What is his name?
? Where was he born? - When?
- Explains the meanings of the new words.
- Reads and gets students to follow.
- Shares students handouts and guides them to do the task in groups.
- Answer the questions one by one
1. New words:
+ emigrate (v): di c­.
+ deaf-mute (n):ng­êi c©m ®iÕc
+ transmit (v): truyÒn, ph¸t
+ conduct (v): tiÕn hµnh.
+ device (n): thiÕt bÞ.
+ demonstrate (v): tr×nh diÔn.
- Read after teacher.
2. True / false prediction: (extraboard) (p.22)
- Work in groups: read and predict which statements are true / false.
While-reading
- Asks students to read the text and check their prediction. Then correct the false sentences.
- Feedback and corrects students' mistakes.
- Shares the handouts and gets students to read the text again and put the events in the correct order in groups.
- Feed back and correct students' mistakes.
3. Checking prediction. Correct the false sentence:
- Read and check.
*) Answer keys:
F. He was born in Edinburgh.
F. He work with deaf-mutes at boston University 
T.
F. Bell and Watson introduced the telephone in 1876. 
F. Bell experimented with way of transmitting speech over a long distance.
T.
3. Put the events in the correct order:
- Work in groups.
 *) Keys: d-e-a-g-c-b-f
Post-reading
- Asks students to use the information above to write a paragraph about Alexander Graham Bell.
- Feedback and corrects.
4. Write it up:
- Write individually
*) Suggested paragraph:
Alexander Graham Bell was born on March 3rd, 1847 in Scotland. He went to live in Canada and then to the U.S.A in 1870s. He worked with deaf-mutes at Boston University and did experiments with ways of transmitting speech over a long distance. In 1976, he and his assistant – Thomas Watson introduced the telephone successfully and in 1877 the first telephone was in commercial use.
Homework
- Asks students to:
+ Learn the new words by heart.
+ Do exercises in the work book.
+ Prepare:”WRITE”
- Write exercises
*) Game: 'Lucky number'
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
1. When was Alexander Graham Bell born? (March 3rd, 1847)
2. Lucky number.
3. Where was he born? (Endiburgh, Scotland)
4. Where did he live? (He emigrated first to Canada and then to the USA in the 1870s).
5. Lucky number.
6. Lucky number.
7. Who did he work with at Boston University? (deaf-mute patients)
8. Lucky number.
9. When did he invent the first telephone? (1876)
Date of preparation: 10/09/2009
Date of teaching: 11/09/2009
Period 10: Unit 2: Making arrangements
 Lesson 4: Write
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*) Objectives: By the end of the lesson, students will be able to write a telephone message.
*) Language focus: - Vocabulary: customer, delivery, furniture, stationery.
 - Grammar / Structure: The past simple tense.
*) Language skill: writing.
*) Teaching aids: text book 
*) Teaching procedure:
Stages
Teacher's activities
Student's activities
Warm-up
- Has students to answer some question to find the key word.
1. Complete this sentence: There are 
 12  in a year. From January 
 to December.
2. Complete this sentence: What is 
 it? -It is 6 o’clock.
3. A person who comes to buy 
 something at a shop.Who’s he / 
 she?
4. Complete this sentence: What’s 
 the ...today? - It’s June 2nd.
5. What did Alexander Graham Bell 
 invent?
- Feedback and correct the mistakes.
*) Cross puzzle:
- Choose the numbers and answer the teacher’s questions.
1
M
O
N
T
H
2
T
I
M
E
S
3
C
U
S
T
O
M
E
R
4
D
A
T
E
G
5
T
E
L
E
P
H
O
N
E
*Key word: MESSAGE
Pre-writing
*) Chatting:
? Have you ever taken a telepnhone message?
? When you take a message, what should be mentioned in the message?
- Explains the meanings of the new words.
- Reads and gets students to follow.
- Lets students read the message (p.23).
- Asks some questions:
? Is ‘May12th’ the time that a customer telephones?
? Who took the message?
- Has students work in pairs to fill the gaps.
- Feedback and corrects.
1. New words:
+ customer(n):
+ furniture(n):
+ delivery(n):
+ stationery(n):
- Read after teacher.
2. Reading and gap filling:
- Read the message.
- Answer.
- Work in pairs.
*) Answer keys:
1. phoned
5. name
2. May 12
6. delivery
3. speak 
7. Mr. Ha
4. took
8. at
While-writing
- Asks students to read the passage and write the message in groups.
- Feedback and corrects students’ mistakes.
- Sets the sence: “Tom phoned Nancy but she was out. Lisa, Nancy’s sister took a message for Nancy. Help Lisa to write a message.”
- Lets students read the dialogue between Lisa and Tom then write a message.
-Feedback and corrects.
3. Write:
- Work in groups: read the passage and write the message.
*)Answer keys:
Thanh cong Delivery Service
Date: June 16
Time: after midday
For: Mrs Van
Message: Mr Nam called about his stationery order. He wanted you to call him at 8 634 082.
Taken by: Mr Toan.
3. Help Lisa write a message for Nancy:
- Listen
- Work in pairs
*)Answer key:
Date: Time: 
For: Nancy
Message: Tom called about playing tennis this afternoon. He will come over to pick you up at 1:30.
Taken by: Lisa.
Post-writing
- Aks students to retell the content of the message before class.
- Feedback and correct the mistakes
4. Speaking:
- Retell.
*) Suggested: 
 Mr. Nam, a customer telephoned the Thanh Cong Delivery Service on June16 just after midday. He wanted to talk to Mrs. Van but she was in meeting. So he leaved her a message, Mr Toan took a message: Mr Nam called about his stationery order. He wanted Mrs. Van to call him at 8 634 082.
Homework
- Asks students to:
+ Learn the new words by heart.
+ Do exercises in the work book.
+ Prepare:”Language focus”
- Write exercises
Date of preparation: 13/09/2009
Date of teaching: 14/09/2009
Period 11: Unit 2: Making arrangements
 Lesson 5: Language focus
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*) Objectives: By the end of the lesson, students will be able to talk about intentions with 
 be going to.
*) Language focus: - Vocabulary: Revise
 - Grammar / Structure: + be going to + inf
 + adverbs of place.
*) Language skill: 
*) Teaching aids: text book 
*) Teaching procedure:
*). Warm up:
Write actions you are going to do this weekend
- see a movie.
- play sports.
- meet my friends.
- do my homework.
- watch TV.
A. Simple future tense with intention:
 * Note. Be going to + infinitive 
 Þ express future with an action.( tonight / next tomorrow ) 
 * Example: We are going to play soccer this afternoon
1. Work with a partner. Say what the people are going to do. Follow the example sentence:
*Answer keys:
a) They are going to go fishing.
b) She is going to read a new novel.
c) She is going to do her homework.
d) He is going to watch an action movie on TV tonight.
e) She is goimg to give him a birthday present.
2. a)Copy the quesionnaire in your exercise book . Add three more activitis to the list. Then complete the ‘you’ column with check (v) and crosses(x).
What are you going to do on the weekend?
Are you going to ..
YOU
YOUR PARTNER
see a movie ?
play sports ?
meetyour friends?
help your parents?
doyour homework?
watch TV?
b) Now ask your partner what he or she is going to do. Complete the ‘your partner’s column of the questionnare.
B. Averbs of place:
* Net works:
adverbs of place
* Possible answer: outside, inside, upstair, downstair, there, here.
3. Complete the speech buddles.Use each adverb in the box once.
a. Where is Tuan? - I think he’s upstairs
b. No, he isn’t here.
c. He isn’t downstairs and he isn’t upstairs.
d. Perhaps he’s outside.
e. No. He isn’t there.
f. I’m not outside. I’m inside, Ba.
C. Homework:
- Do all these exercises in exercise book 
- Write 5 sentences to talk about intentions tomorrow.
__________________________The end of unit 2______________________________

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