Giáo án Tiếng Anh 8 - Units 8: Country life and city life - Nguyen Phong Tran - Bung Bang Secondary School

I. Objectives: By the end of the lesson, students will be able to talk about the city life and the country life

II. Language contents:

1. Vocabulary: relative, peaceful, permanently, remote

 accessible, medical facilities, mention

2. Grammar: present progressive

III. Techniques: What and Where, brainstorming, chatting

IV.Teaching aids: pictures, cassette

V. Procedures:

 

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IV. Teaching aids: Textbooks, pictures , cards
V. Procedures:
Teacher and Ss’ activities
Contents
Divide the class into 2 teams
Ask Ss to go to the board and circle the word they find
The team which circles more words will win the game 
Ss look at two pictures on page 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 board so that Ss can speak easily pairwork or groupwork
Ask Ss to work in groups and talk about changes in their hometown/ neighborhood
Call on volunteers from each group to show their ideas before the class 
Other groups can add in their ideas 
Ask Ss to use the suitable verbs in the present progressive tense to complete the dialogue in exercise 2 page 72
Get Ss to work in pairs
Call some pairs to practise the dialogues before class and teacher corrects
Set the scene
Ask Ss to listen to the tape and complete the dialogue on page 74
Ss listen twice and find out the missing words individually
Ss share their answers with their partners
Ask Ss to do exercise 1 on page 77
Call on some Ss to practice the dialogue on page 77
Give them the shipping information and ask them to make similar dialogues
1. Warm up / Marks (5’)
E
X
P
E
N
S
I
B
O
A
M
D
N
U
V
E
U
B
O
I
S
W
E
A
I
C
D
R
T
R
A
U
Y
L
E
T
L
L
A
T
S
M
R
Y
H
G
I
I
U
O
N
O
I
S
Y
F
B
P
T
F
D
E
L
U
Answers:
” Modern, dirty 	‘ tall
“ Busy 	? expensive
’ Noisy 	8 beautiful
2. Pre-speaking (15’)
3. While-speaking (10’)
* Speaking 1
eg: 	traffic 	busy
	sky 	cloudy
	houses 	high
	city 	beautiful
	trees 	green (trees)
* Possible answers
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
Goods are getting more expensive
4. Post-speaking (10’)
* Speak 2
2. Pre-listening (10’)
( Focus 2 on page 72 )
Answers 
a/ am playing 	d/ am going
b/ are doing 	e/ are cleaning
c/ am watching 	f/ am having
* Concept checking
What tense do we use in 6 dialogues ?
’present progressive tense
What is the form ?’am/ is/ are + V-ing
Look at the adverbs of time in the dialogue
Are they at present or in the future ? 
’In the future
Pre progressive Tense is used to talk about the future
3. While-listening (15’)
“Aunt Hang is talking to Lan on the phone.
She is coming to visit Lan in Hanoi”
* Tape transcript:
Aunt Hang 	1. that 	8. arriving 
Lan 	2. this 	9. Thursday
	3. It’s 	10. late
	4. where 	11. afternoon
	5. from 	12. speak
	6. coming 	13. my
	7. week 	14. get her
4. Post-listening (10’)
Focus 1 / page 77
Eg1: 
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
5. Homework (5’)
- Describe changes in their school
- prepare: read
Contents:
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Date: December 23th 2005
Period: 48
Unit 8: Lesson 3 Listen +Language focus 1,2
I. Objectives: After finishing the lesson, students will be able to complete the dialogue by listening and further practice in Present Continuous to talk about the future
II. Language contents:
1.Vocabulary: none
2.Grammar: Present Progressive
III. Techniques: Matching
IV. Teaching aids: cassette, tape
V. Procedures:
Teacher and Ss’ activities
Contents
Students play matching game
After checking, teacher can give marks
Ask Ss to use the suitable verbs in the present progressive tense to complete the dialogue in exercise 2 page 72
Get Ss to work in pairs
Call some pairs to practise the dialogues before class and teacher corrects
Set the scene
Ask Ss to listen to the tape and complete the dialogue on page 74
Ss listen twice and find out the missing words individually
Ss share their answers with their partners
Ask Ss to do exercise 1 on page 77
Call on some Ss to practice the dialogue on page 77
Give them the shipping information and ask them to make similar dialogues
1.Warm up / Marks (5’)
Matching 
	A 	B
	Green 	city
	Busy 	house
	Tall 	park
	Beautiful 	building
	Modern 	trees
	Noisy 	streets
	Dirty 	road
	Expensive 	transportation
	Wide 	things
	Clean 	traffic
Key: busy traffic
Modern house / transportation
2. Pre-listening (10’)
( Focus 2 on page 72 )
Answers 
a/ am playing 	d/ am going
b/ are doing 	e/ are cleaning
c/ am watching 	f/ am having
* Concept checking
What tense do we use in 6 dialogues ?
’present progressive tense
What is the form ?’am/ is/ are + V-ing
Look at the adverbs of time in the dialogue
Are they at present or in the future ? 
’In the future
Pre progressive Tense is used to talk about the future
3. While-listening (15’)
“Aunt Hang is talking to Lan on the phone.
She is coming to visit Lan in Hanoi”
* Tape transcript:
Aunt Hang 	1. that 	8. arriving 
Lan 	2. this 	9. Thursday
	3. It’s 	10. late
	4. where 	11. afternoon
	5. from 	12. speak
	6. coming 	13. my
	7. week 	14. get her
4. Post-listening (10’)
Focus 1 / page 77
Eg1: 
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
5. Homework (5’)
- Write 5 sentences, using pre progressive tense about what they/ you are doing next week 
- prepare: Read
Remarks:	
Date:2009
Period: 47
Unit 8: Lesson 4 Read
I. Objectives: By the end of the lesson, Ss will be able to understand the text about one of the social problems
II. Language contents
1. Vocabulary: 	rural (a) 	urban (a) 	strain (n) 	typhoon (n)
	drought (n) 	struggle (n) 	migrant (n) 	increase (n)
2. Grammar: Present progressive tense
III. Techniques: jumbled words, brainstorming, rub out and remember
IV. Teaching aids: sub-board, cards
V. Procedures:
Teacher and Ss’ activities
Contents
Teacher writes the words with disordered letters on the board or use the poster
Divide the class into 2 teams
Ask Ss from each term to go to the board and write the correct words
The team which is faster with more correct words win the game
T presents new words
Ss repeat and say meaning
Ss copy
Checking vocabulary
Ask Ss to think of the difficulties of farmers’ life
Whole class
Get Ss work in group to guess
Let Ss read the text silently and answer the questions
Ask Ss to work in pairs to complete summary 1 on page 75, using the information from the passage
Ss can read the complete passage twice (individually)
Ss do exercise 2 on page 75, let them read the text again and work with their partners
T gives a situation, Ss work in groups and discuss
1. Warm up / Marks (5’)
- Fulentipl	’ plentiful
- taneru	’ nature
- Loofd	’ flood
- roestdy	’ destroy
- laputipoon	’ population
2. Pre-reading (10’)
* Pre-teach
- rural (a): something deals with the countryside
- urban (a)
- strain (a) söùc eùp
- typhoon (n)
- drought (n)
- struggle (n)
- migrant (n)
- increase (v)
* What and Where
* Brainstorming
difficulties of farmers’ life
 floods typhoons
get little money
Possible answers
- drought
- the weather
- hard work
- no vacations
3. While- reading (20’)
“ What do many farmers do to solve their problem ?”
’ They move to the city so that they can get well-paying jobs
Answers
(1) leaving 	(7) school
(2) home 	(8) hospitals
(3) ciyt 	(9) problem
(4) rural 	(10) world
(5) city
(6) problems
Answers
a. rural 	e. tragedy
b. plentiful 	f. urban
c. increase
d. strain
4. Post-reading (5’)
“ If you were a Minister, what would you do for farmers ?”
build streets, theaters, stadium in the country
build schools, hospitals......
5. Homework (5’)
- Ask Ss to write 5 things that the goverment should do for the rural areas
- Prepare for Consolidation 1
Contents:
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Dísadvantages: 	
Overcome:	
Method:
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Date : ..2009
Period :49
CONSOLIDATION 1
I. Objectives : This lesson helps Ss to review the structures they have learnt from the units 1,2,3,4 and they will have a good chance to do some exercises more and more
II. Language contents
1/ Grammar :
1. (not) adjective + enough + to –Infinitive
2.Reflexive pronouns
3.Modal : must , have to , ought to
4.Used to
5.Prepositions of time
6.Present simple to talk about general truth
2/Vocabulary : from unit 1 to unit 4
III. Techniques: Matching
IV. Teaching aids : sub- boards , cards
V. Procedures :
Teacher’s and SS’ activities
Contents
T asks Ss to match infinitive form with past form
Ss work in pairs
T corrects and gives marks
T asks Ss to repeat the structure
Then T asks them to complete the sentences
T asks Ss to fill in each blank with a correct reflexive pronoun
Ss practice 
T corrects
T asks SS to repeat the differences of useage: must, have to, ought to
In order to check Ss’ knowledge , T gives them an exercise
If Ss finish correctly , T can give marks
Then T asks Ss to rewrite the sentences, be sure to keep the meaning unchanged
Ss write the sentences on the board
T corrects
Fill in the blanks with a correct preposition
SS practice and T gives the key
T asks Ss to give some examples
SS do exercises using the instructions in parentheses
I. Warm up (3’) Marks
Matching
Infinitive
Past
Use
Fit
Make
Appear
Hold
lose
Made
Lost
Used
Appeared
Held
fitted
II. Language focus
1. S+ be + Adi + enough + To- Infinitive
EX : The worker is clever enough to make fine things from wood
a/ Peter is too young to see the horror film
-> Peter is not ......................................
b/ He’s too weak to carry this box
-> He isn’t ...........................................
c/I don’t think he is strong . He can’t lift such a heavy box (enough )
2. Reflexive pronouns : myself , yourself, himself,.......
EX: My sister often looks at herself in the mirror
1/ Hoa and I .......saw that accident yesterday
2/Please help me . I can’t do it........
3/ Susan , you....... did these exercises, didn’t you ?
4/ The boy killed.............
3. Modal : must, have to, ought to ,....
.Ought to : talk about advice
.must : the speaker is giving his own feelings , saying what he thinks is necessary
. have to : the speaker is just giving situation
1/ She .... work on Saturday mornings
2/ Vietnamese children..... wear uniform when they go to school
3/ Sorry . We.... go or we’ll miss the last train
4/ You ....... put knives out of children’s reach
4. S + used to + V ( Inf)
-> To talk about the habit in the past
EX: My father used to take us to the zoo when he was alive
1/ When I was a child we lived in Bristol (used)
-> We........... when I was a child
2/When I was younger , this book was one of my favorites ( favorite )
-> This book used................ of mine when I was young
3/ I live in London once, but I don’t remember anyone
-> I used.......................................
4/ Tam doesn’t type as fast as she used to
-> Tam used ................................
5. Prepositions of time
on ,at, in, after, before,between,......
a/It often rains.... May
b/ Do you give each other presents.... Christmas Day ?
c/They often go out for dinner...... Saturday evenings
d/We’ll arrive .... 5 o’clock... 12 February
5.I’ll be home.... seven because I want to see the seven o’clock news
6.Present simple
EX: The sun rises in the east
Most rivers flow into the sea
Bees make honey
*** Consolidation
Do as directed in parentheses
1/ The moon goes around the sun 
( Correct the mistake)
2/ He wasn’t very experienced. He couldn’t do the job ( enough )
3. Where did your grandparents use to live ?( Answer the question )
4. Bob didn’t have a city map so he got lost ( Make a question with “Why” )
5.They were very ( luck ) to survive a shipwreck( Supply the correct word form)
III. Homework (2’)
- Practice the exercises again
-Learn by heart structures
-Prepare the structures from unit 5 
to unit 7
Contents:
Advantages:	
Dísadvantages: 	
Overcome:	
Method:
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Dísadvantages:	
Overcome:	
Formatiom:
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Date :..2009
Period :50
CONSOLIDATION2
I. Objectives : This lesson helps Ss have a chance to review the structures and vocabulary from unit 5 to unit 7
II. Language contents
1/ Grammar :
1. Reported speech 
2. Adverbs of manner
3. Gerunds
4.Modals : may, can, could
5.Present perfect
6.as...as , like, the same as , different from
2/Vocabulary : from unit 5 to unit 7
III. Techniques: Gap-fill
IV. Teaching aids : sub- boards , cards
V. Procedures :
Teacher’s and SS’ activities
Contents
T asks Ss to put the following sentences into a dialogue
Ss work in pairs and read aloud before class
T corrects and gives marks
T asks Ss to repeat the structure
Then T asks them to complete the sentences so that it has the same meaning as the first
Ss complete the sentences
T can give an exercise
SS observe and practice
SS choose the right word
T helps them remember how to use adverbs of manner
T asks SS to tell some verbs which are followed by gerunds
T gives Ss an exercise using To-inf or Gerunds
Ss practice and compare with their partners
T helps Ss to remember how to use the modals
Ss do exercise
Ss remond the structure of present perfect tense
Ss complete the sentences, using the simple past or present perfect tense
T asks Ss to complete the sentences
In order to check Ss’ knowledge , T gives them an exercise
If Ss finish correctly , T can give marks
Ss choose the right word
I. Warm up (3’) Marks
1. With pleasure
2. What can I do for you ?
3. Sure. I’ll do it
4. Can you carry this suitcase for me ?
5. Could you do me a favour ?
6.Thanks. It’s very kind of you!
(5-2-4-3-6-1 )
II. Language focus (30’)
1. Reported speech
S+ told, asked + O+ To-inf
S1 + said + S2 + should + Verb
a/ “ Please turn off the radio “
-> Phuong told Tuan ...............
b/ “Can you help my son with his 
English ?”
-> Mai asked her friend..................
c/Mrs Jackson said , “ You should improve your Spanish pronunciation,
 Tim “
-> Mrs Jackson said ............................
2. Adverbs of manner
*Choose the right words
1. Our team won the game because we played very good, well )
2. I always feel ( happy, happily ) when the sun is shining
3. Tom drove ( careful, carefully) along the narrow road
3. Gerunds : V-ing
enjoy, stop, hate , love, like, dislike...
Choose the right word
1. She likes ( planting, to plant ) roses in the garden
2.You don’t need ( to come, coming ) to the meeting
3. My sister hates ( to do , doing ) the ironing
4. She hopes ( to have, having ) a suitable job
4. Modals : May , Can ,Could
.Can, could : Asking for favors
. May: offering assistance
1. ( Can, Should, May ) you help me ?
2. ( Should, May ,Need ) I help you, madam ?
3. Could you ( do, make, take ) me a favour ?
4. ( Give, Let, Ask) me help you
5. Present Perfect
S+ have/ has + V ( past participle )
Ex: I have lived here for ten years
I haven’t seen Tam since he left school
a/ I ( work ) with himsince 1970
b/ They ( live ) there for the whole life
c/ He (leave) for London a year ago
d/ I ( go )to Ha Long Bay last week
6.Comparison : as...as, like, the same as, different from 
a/ My bicycle is nice but yours is nicer (as...as)
-> My bicycle isn’t..............................
b/ Your hair is black , mine is black too ( the same)
-> Your hair is......... color as................
c/ My primary school is small but my high school is big ( As...As )
*** Consolidation
1. Red is ( different , same, like) from yellow
2.He sings ( like, different,same ) a singer
3. Let me (to do, do, doing ) it for you 
4.The teacher asked me ( give, to give, giving ) you this novel
5. John has lived in Paris ( since, for, at ) last summer
6. My son is too tired ( to have, have ) dinner
III. Homework (2’)
- Practice the exercises again
-Review all the structures
--Prepare for consolidation 3
 Contents:
Advantages:	
Dísadvantages: 	
Overcome:	
Method:
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Dísadvantages:	
Overcome:	
Formatiom:
Advantages:	
Dísadvantages:	
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Date : January 4th 2006
Period : 54
THE FIRST TERM EXAMINATION
I. Aim :
 This lesson helps Ss have a chance to recognize their mistakes and can use the grammar in the right way . Teacher can help Ss remember the structures having been learnt in the first term
II. Contents
I. Choose the right words or phrases in parentheses to complete the following sentences (2,0 ms)
They’ll arrive (on,at,in) Monday, 14 July.
How long will he (must, should, have to) stay there ?
Ba speaks English very (good, well, very good).
She asked her children (to stop, stop, stopping) playing.
He enjoys (to get, getting, get) up late on Sunday mornings.
They have learnt English (since, for, in) 2003.
You can shop (with comfortable, with comfort, in comfort) in the new shopping mall in town.
Where does she often have her hair cut ?
 At a (hairdresser, hairdresser’s, hairdressers’)
II. Read the passage carefully, then decide if the following sentences are true (T) 
 or false (F) and answer the questions (3ms)
 Like the Y & Y, the Boy Scouts of America is a youth organization. It builds character, and encourages good citizenship and personal fitness. 
 Scouting began in England in 1907. Two years later, an American businessman, William Boyce, got lost in London. A boy helped him and explained that he was a scout. This meeting led the Scouts Association crossing the Atlantic in 1910.
 In 1994, there were 5,400,000 scouts in America. Now scouting is popular worldwide. The Scouting Association has more than 25 million members, making it the largest voluntary youth organization in the world.
A.Choose True or False (1,5 ms)
BSA means the Boy Scouts of America.
William Boyce was introduced to scouting in 1910.
The Scouting Association in the biggest voluntary youth organization in the world.
B.Answer the questions (1,5 ms)
When did scouting begin in England ?
What are the three aims of the scouting programs ?
How many members does the Scouting Association have now ?
III. Do as directed in parentheses (3,5 ms)
Their mother said to them, “Don’t make so much noise” 
(change to reported speech)
He didn’t go to school because he had a headache.
(Make a question for the underlined words)
He is tall. He can play volleyball 
(Combine two sentences, using “enough”)
That’s a very old bike. He (have) it for a long time. 
(Give the correct form the verb)
Surface mail is many cheaper than airmail 
(correct the mistake)
I am tall, but you are talller 
(Rewrite the sentence, using “as...as”)
A few/ residents/ concerned/ the/ months/ and/ store owners/ the/ have/ about/ mall/ for/ been/ new/ (Put the words in the correct orders to make a meaningful sentence)
IV. Match a word or phrase in A with a noun in B (1 m)
A 
a young 
hard 
modern 
an old 
a strong
traditional 
B
buffalo
equipment
folktale
work
girl
stories
III. Keys
I. 2,5 ms
Moãi caâu ñuùng ñaït 0,25 ñieåm
on
have to
well
to stop
getting
since
in comfort
hairdresser’s
II. 3 ms
A. 1,5 ms
1) T
2) F
3) T
B. 1,5 ms
a. Scouting began in England in 1907.
b. They are building characters, and encouraging good citizenship and personal fitness.
c. It has more than 25 million members now.
III. 3,5 ms
1) Their mother told them not to make so much noise
2) Why didn’t he go to school ?
3) He is tall enough to play volleyball
4) has had
5) many ’ much
6) I am not as tall as you.
7) The residents and store owners have been concerned about the new mall for a few months.
IV. 1m
1e
2d
3b
4c
5a
6f
III. Remarks about Students’ answers
1/ Statistics
8B(45) “ % 
8C(46) “ %
8D(44) “ %
2/ Advantages
-	
-	
-	
-	
3/ Disadvantages
-	
-	
-	
-	
Date:2009
Period: 48
Unit 8: Lesson 5 Write
I. Objectives: By the end of the lesson, Ss will be able to write letters to their friends about their neighborhood
II. Language contents:
1. Vocabulary:none
2. Grammar:none
III. Techniques: group work
IV. Teaching aids: Textbook, sub-board
V. Procedures:
Teacher and Ss’ acctivities
Contents
Ask Ss to put the outline for an information letter in the correct order
T prepares 6 cards with 6 outlines on them
Some other Ss rearrange them in the correct order
Ss work in pairs to answer the questions in Exercise 2 on page 76
Give feedback
Ask Ss to write letters to friends about their neighborhood
Let them write individually
Ask them to compare with their partners and correct if they can write suggested letter
Choose some letters to correct before class
(using projector if possible)
whole class
Ask Ss to write their letter (after correction) on their notebooks
1. Warm up / Marks (5’)
* Revision
Answer key
1_Heading
 Writer’s address
 Date
 Dear
2_Opening
3_Body of letter
4_Closing
2. Pre-writing (10’)
a/ Where do you live ?
’ I live in a small town
b/ What does your house look like ?
’ My house looks very nice
c/ What can you see from your bedroom window ?
’ From my bedroom window, I can see...
d/ How far is it from home to school ?
’ It’s far from my home so I have to ride my bike ?
e/ f/ 
3. While-writing (20’)
(Writer’s address)
(date)
Dear......
4. Post (7’)
5. Homework (3’)
- Learn by heart outline of the letter
- Prepare: language focus 
Contents:
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Overcome:	
Method:
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Date: January 10th 2006
Period:51
Unit 8: Lesson 6 Focus 4,5
I. Objecti

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