Giáo án Tiếng Anh 9 - Unit 8 Celebration - Speak & listen

Theme: RECREATION Topic : Celebrations & Festivals

UNIT 8 CELEBRATION

SPEAK & LISTEN

I. Objectives

By the end of the lesson , students will be able to give and respond to a compliment for commom situations and listen to the song Auld Lang Syne by filling the missing words

II. Language contents

1. vocabulary: contest(n), charity program/ activities, nominate(n), activist(n)

2. Grammar : Review the simple present tense

3. Skills : Listening- Speaking- Reading- Writing

III. Techniques: pairworks , groupworks, individually .

IV. Teaching aids: pictures, poster, cards .

 

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Period 53 	week 27	Date : February 28th
Theme: RECREATION	Topic : Celebrations & Festivals
UNIT 8 CELEBRATION
SPEAK & LISTEN
I. Objectives
By the end of the lesson , students will be able to give and respond to a compliment for commom situations and listen to the song Auld Lang Syne by filling the missing words
II. Language contents
vocabulary: contest(n), charity program/ activities, nominate(n), activist(n)
Grammar : Review the simple present tense
Skills : Listening- Speaking- Reading- Writing
III. Techniques: pairworks , groupworks, individually.
IV. Teaching aids: pictures, poster, cards.
V. procedure
Stages/ time
Teacher’s activities
Sts’activities
Warm up :5’
Presentation:10’
Practice: 22’
Production:6’
Homework :1’
*chatting
-Asks some questions
+ Do you often give a compliment to others?
+ when do people give a compliment to others?
+ On which occasion do you usually give a compliment
+ Do you know how to respond to it 
- Leads to the new lesson
UNIT 8: CELEBRATIONS
SPEAK
*pre-teach vocabulary
contest (n) 
charity program (n)
nominate(n)
activist (n)
Bring to mind (v)
check vocabulary :” slap the board”
-Introduces the structure to give and respond to a compliment
Give a compliment
Respond to a complimentt
-well done
 -that’s a great.
-That’s an exellent.
-Letme congratulate you on..
Thanks
It’s nice of you to say so.
That’s very kind of you
-Elicits the first situation in the book
a/ Trang has just won the first prize in the English speaking contest
ex: Mai: well done, Trang
Trang: thanks
-Tells sts to work in pairs . read the situations in the book and then give and respond to appropriate compliments
-Calls some pairs to practice before class
suggested answers
b/ Mother : well done, Huyen
 Huyen: thanks , Mom
c/ Friends :congratulation on your nomination, Tuan
Tuan: It’s nice of you to say so
d/ You: that’s excellent drawing, Hoa
Hoa: that’s very nice of you to say so
-Lets sts think of the situations in which you can compliment your friends and respond from him / her or them, then make up dialogues with your partner
If nessesary . teacher can give suggestions such as ( pass the final/ gratuate from university / win the first prize in a singing contest.)
-Calls some pairs to say before class
suggestions
Hung : well done, Bao
Bao: Thank you a lot
LISTEN
-Sets the scence “ on New year’s Eve, many people in Western countries hold parties to greet the New year at mid night . people may dance , sing.. they often sing the song “ Auld Lang syne” on New year’s Eve”
-Sticks the poster on the board and asks sts to match the newwords with the appropriate definition
1. acquaintance
a/ trust worthy
2. bring to mind
b/ person you know
3. kindness
c/ remember
4. trusty 
d/ being kind to others
answers: 1-b , 2-c , 3-d , 4-a
-Asks sts to read the song and guess the missing words
-plays the tape several times
-Calls some sts to correct their prediction
-Teaches sts to sing the song “ Auld lang Syne”
-Calls some sts to sing aloud before class
key:
Auld Lang Syne
Should auld acquaintance be forgot 
And never brought to mind?
Should auld acquaintance be forgot
And (a) day of auld lang syne?
For auld lang syne, my dear,
For auld lang syne,
We’ll (b) take a cup of kindness yet.
For auld lang syne.
Should auld acquaintance be forgot
And never brought to © mind
Should auld acquaintance be forgot
And days of auld lang syne?
And here’s a hand , my trusty friend
And gie’s a hand o’ thine
We’ll tak’a cup o’ kindness yet,
For auld lang syne
-Asks sts to discuss the questions
-Calls some sts to answer
question and answer
+ what do you and your family usually do on New year’s Eve / Lunar new year?
-Go out in the streets/ see fire works display / wait for lucky number / give the greeting to relatives
-Gives assignment and comments
+ Learn vocabulary / song / structure
+ Prepare the part “ READ” on page 68,69
-Listen
-Answer
( whole class)
-Listen
-Give meaning
-Repeat C. I
-groupworks
-Listen
-Take note
-Give example
-Work in pairs in 2’
-Say & write
-Work with a partner in 2’
Say ( pair by pair)
-Listen
-Work in 1’
-Say & write
( one by one)
-Guess 
-Listen
-check the predictions
-Repeat after teacher
-Sing ( one by one)
-Discuss in group in 2’
-Say ( one by one of each group)
-Take note

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