Giáo án Tiếng Anh lớp 12 - Unit 15 – Women in society

No. 90

Class: 12C2

UNIT 15 – WOMEN IN SOCIETY

Lesson 1 - Reading

I. Aims and Objectives:

1. Educational aim:

- By the end of this lesson, students will be able to:

+ Read passage comprehension about role of women in society.

+ Know how to use the new words through asking and answering.

2. Knowledge:

- General knowledge: Through this unit, students know the role of women in society

- New words: Words related to the topic (society, women.)

3. Skills:

- Guessing meaning from context.

- Passage comprehension.

II. Teaching method:

- Intergrated, mainly communicative.

 

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Headmaster
Headmistress
Students
Classmaster
Friends
Close – friends
Friendship
Subjects
Geography
Chemistry
English
Sports
Frotball
Jogging
Problems at school
Live far
From school
Students cheat in exams
- Present the answer.
* Answer key:
1. This woman has two rules: a wife’s role and a mother’s role.
2. Yes, it is. Because it is the Vietnamese traditional belief and culture.
- Write down the meaning of some newwords.
- Read all the words a in correct pronunciation.
20 mins
2. WHILE YOU READ
- Ask students to open the books and read the passage silently. 
- Let students do task 1.
Task 1: Give the Vietnamese equivalents.
- Ask students to do the task individually then compare answers with partner.
- Ask students try to guess meanings through the passage or look up dictionary.
- Check answers with the whole class and give feedback.
Task 2: Choose the best option A, B, C or D to complete the sentences.
- Work in pairs, read the small talks again and choose the best option to answer the following questions.
- Introduce the aim of Task 2.
- Ask students to read the small talks again to find the suitable choice.
- Ask students to work individually then work in pairs.
- Walk round the class and comments when students need.
Task 3: Choose the heading of the passage.
Read through the context and decide which of the headings below suit for paragraph.
A. Women’s Intellectual Ability
B. The Age of Enlightenment
C. Women’s Rights
D. Women’s Role in education
- Ask students to read the small talks again to choose the best title for the passage.
- Ask students to work with a partner.
- Walk around the class to help students whenever they need.
- Listen to the teacher. 
- Read individually.
- Do the task independently.
* Answer key:
1. nền văn minh nhân loại
2. sinh con 
3. sự tham gia
4. thời kỳ khai sáng
5. những niềm tin ăn sâu vào tiềm thức
6. việc chăm sóc gia đình
7. năng lực trí tuệ
8. cơ hội việc làm
- Read all questions.
- Read the small talks again to scan information.
- Work in pairs.
- Give answers.
* Answer key:
1-C 2-D 3-C 4-B 5-A
- Work in pairs to answer the question.
- Listen to their friends and the teacher.
- Correct answers.
* Answer key:
C. Women’s Rights
7 mins
3. AFTER YOU READ
- Let students work in groups to summarise the reading passage by writing One sentence for each paragraph.
- Has students work in groups and answer the questions.
- Walk around the class, listen to student’s discussions and offer suggestions when necessary.
- Give comments.
- Ask students to tell the content of the small talks.
- Ask to tell themselves.
- Have discussion then present ideas in front of the class.
- Present the content of the small talks again.
* Answer key:
Paraghraph1: Women in the old societies.
Paraghraph2: The struggle for women’s rights.
Paraghraph3: The statue of women in society todays.
- Listen to the teacher and take note. 
2 mins
III. CONSOLIDATION
- Retell the main points of this lesson: The roles of women in society.
- Listen and take note.
1 mins
IV. HOME WORK
- Ask students to do Reading exercise of Unit 15 in workbook.
- Prepare next part: Speaking.
- Do Reading exercise of Unit 15 in workbook.
- Prepare next part: Speaking.
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The Preparing Date:
The Teaching Date:
No. 91
Class: 12C2
UNIT 15 – WOMEN IN SOCIETY
Lesson 2 - Speaking
I. Aims and Objectives:
1. Educational aim: 
- By the end of this lesson, Students know how to express opinions and express degrees of agreement.
2. Knowledge:
- General knowledge: Through this unit, students can make opinions with a partner easily.
- Language: Students use sentences, words, phrases and expressions for making degrees of agreement.
- New words: words related to topic.
3. Skills: 	
- Fluency in expressing opinion and expressions for making an opinion.
II. Teaching method: 
- Intergrated, mainly communicative.
III. Teaching aids: 
- Textbook, board, handouts
IV. Procedure:
1. Class organization:
12C1:.......................
12C2:........................
12C7:........................
2. Check the old lesson: Talk about the roles of women in society.
3. New lesson:
Time
Teacher’s activities
Students’ activities
7 mins
I. WARM-UP
- Ask students to list out the jobs that men and women often do in one minute.
- Let students work in pairs.
- Ask students questions.
Did women do these jobs in the old days? Why?
à Lead in: Today, we’ll study a new lesson Unit 15- part B: Speaking.
- Listen to the teacher and list the jobs that men and women do. 
- Answer the question. 
12 mins
II. PRESENTATION
1. BEFORE YOU SPEAK
Task 1: Practise saying. 
- Introduce some expressions that we can use to agree and disagree about something.
- Ask student to work individually then work in pairs.
Giving your opinion
I think.../ I believe.../ In my opinion,.../ From my point of view,.../ As I agree,...
Strongly agreeing
I quite agree./ I agree with you completely./Absolutely!/ That’s right!
Partly agreeing
Well, I see your point but.../ I don’t quite agree/ to a certain extent, yes, but...
Disagreeing
I don’t agree./ I’m afraid, I disagree./ That’s wrong./ That’s not true
Strongly disagreeing
What nonsense!/ what rubbish!/ I completely disagree
- Ask students to practise saying aloud.
- Give meaning of some new words.
* Pre – teach Vocabulary:
sympathetic [,simpə'θetik] (a) thông cảm; đồng cảm 
to run a home: trông nom nhà cửa 
to lose temper: mất bình tĩnh, nổi nóng, cáu 
neglect [ni'glekt] (a) sao lãng, thờ ơ
financially [fai'næn∫əli] (adv) về phương diện tài chính, về mặt tài chính 
slave [sleiv] (n) người nô lệ (đen & bóng) 
to lose contact with = to lose touch with: mất liên lạc với ai, đứt liên lạc với ai 
to look down upon: coi thường, khinh rẻ 
to gain [gein] (v) thu được, lấy được, giành được, kiếm được 
- Read – repeat.
- Listen to the teacher.
- Work in pairs and practise saying aloud.
- Listen to the teacher.
- Practise reading all new words.
- Take note.
13 mins
2. WHILE YOU SPEAK
Task 2: Work in groups.
- Ask students to look at the books and give the responses with one of the expressions in Task 1
* Men are usually stronger than women
* Women are usually more sympathetic than men
* Women are usually better with children than men
* Women are usually more careful than men
*Men are better at making decisions than women.
* Women are better at running a home than men
* Men lose their temper more easily than women
* Women waste more time than men
* Women work harder than men
- Go round to check their activities.
- Call some students to practise speaking.
- Correct pronunciation and gives comments.
- Work in groups.
- Practise speaking with the partners.
* Expected answer: 
St A: Hi Mai. What are you doing
St B: Well, I’m reading The Phu Nu.
St A: It’s great. What do you think about women? 
St B: I think/ In my opinion,/ From my pont of view, women are beautifull and usually more sympathetic than men. How about you? 
St A: I agree with you. In Addition/Besides/On the other hand/ Moreover, I believe/think that men are usually stronger than women and lose their temper more easily than women
- Listen to the teacher and write down.
10 mins
3. AFTER YOU SPEAK
 Task 3: Make small talks on the following topics.
- Work in group to discuss whether you agree or disagree with the statement “Married women should not to go to work”.
- Divide the class into 4 groups.
- Ask each group to discuss one topic and make a small conversation.
- Walk around the class and help all students when necessary.
- Ask students to present the conversations.
- Give comments.
For (agreement)
Against (disagreement)
Stay at home, looking after their children and husbands.
Better at looking after children, doing housework.
Traditional family responsibilities if spending too much time at work.
Cannot do two jobs well at the same time: rearing children and working at offices.
Prevent husbands from developing their full potential at work.
Stay at home, looking after their children and husbands.
Better at looking after children, doing housework.
Traditional family responsibilities if spending too much time at work.
Cannot do two jobs well at the same time: rearing children and working at offices.
Prevent husbands from developing their full potential at work.
- Go round to check their activities.
- Call some students to practise speaking.
- Correct pronunciation and gives comments.
- Work in groups
- Practise the conversation
* Model 1:
St A: Hi,what do you think about the statement “Married women should not to go to work”
?
St B: Hi, .I don’t agree with it .
St A: why?
St B: In my opinion ,it’s unfair for women. If they don’t go to work ,they have to stay at home all the time .It’s too boring to be housewives all their lives.
* Model 2:
St A: Hi Mai. Who do you love best in the world?
St B: Well, I love my mother best in the world.
St A: Me too. What does she look like?
St B: She is very kind, helpful, careful,and witted. She is a hard-working woman. How about your mother? 
St A: Oh, I think she is a wonderful woman. Certainly, you are very happy with your mother. And me, I am always proud of my mother. She is very beautiful. Besides, she is very good at taking care of my home and she shares everything when we are in difficulty.
St B: I very love women like your mother. Could you introduce her to me sometime? Give my regards to your mother.
- Listen to the teacher and write down.
2 mins
III. CONSOLIDATION
- Retell the main points of this lesson: How to express opinions and express degrees of agreement.
- Listen and take note.
1 mins
IV. HOMEWORK
- Ask students to do homework in workbooks.
- Ask students to prepare next part: Listening.
- Do homework.
- Prepare next part: Listening.
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Kiểm tra ngày 16 tháng 3 năm 2015
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Số lượng:.
	 TỔ CHUYÊN MÔN 
 Tô Thị Mai Lan
The Preparing Date:..
The Teaching Date:
No. 92
Class: 12C2
UNIT 15 – WOMEN IN SOCIETY
Lesson 3 - Listening
I. Aims and Objectives:
1. Educational aim: 
- By the end of this lesson, Students should know how to listen to give some information about women and the role of them in society.
2. Knowledge:
- General knowledge: Students learn about role of women in modern life.
- New words: Words related to society, women.
3. Skills: 	
- Extensive Listening: Multiple-choice questions.
- Passage comprehension.
II. Method: 
- Intergrated, mainly communicative.
III. Teaching aids: 
- Handouts, tape and cassette player.
IV. Procedure:
1. Class organization:	
12C1:.......................
12C2:........................
12C7:........................
2. Check the old lesson: Give your opinion about view: “Married women should not to go to work”.
3. New lesson:
Time
Teacher’s activities
Students’ activities
7 mins
I. WARM-UP
- Ask students look at the picture and have a comparison.
- Let students look at the picture and describe and answer some questions:
1. Where do the women come from?
2. What are they doing?
3. Do they have happy life? Why do you know?
- Listen and correct.
- Look at the picture and discuss.
- Give the answers.
1. They come from a village in Africa.
2. They are taking care of their children.
3. Yes, they do. Because they are smiling and talking friendly.
- Listen to the teacher and take note.
.
8 mins
II. PRESENTATION
1. BEFORE YOU LISTEN
- Ask students to work in groups and answer the question.
Is the life of a city woman easier than that of a village woman nowadays? Why?
- Ask some questions to pre-teach new words:
* Pre teach-Vocabulary:
- hold-up
- argricultural
- firewood
- Africa
- respect
- two-thirds
- three-fourth
* Listen and repeat:
- Let students read loudly some new words.
- Call some students to repeat.
- Correct pronunciation.	
- Rub out and remember. 
- Discuss to answer the questions.
* Expected answer: 
1. To some extent, for example, a city woman’s doing housework is much easier thanks to modern labour-saving devices. Or finding a job in city is much easier too, because there is much work.
2. But in some ways, the life of a city woman is more difficult and busier. It is because of the high standard of living that a city woman has to work much harder to make ends meet. Meanwhile the village life is much simpler and not hasty. Most village women are content with their lot.
- Listen to the teacher and write down.
- Read in chorus.
- Correct their pronunciation themselves.
16 mins
2. WHILE YOU LISTEN
Task 1: Choose the best answer to complete each sentences.
- Let students read some sentences given and explain some new words if necessary.
- Read or let students listen first.
- Give more information if students wonder or not clear.
- Let students listen the second time.
- Check their listening.
- Let students listen the third time and let them choose the best answer.
- Observe the class and listen to each group’s feedbacks.
Task 2: Ask and answer the questions.
- Ask students to listen again and answer the questions.
- Let students read the questions first and quickly- work in pairs.
- Let students listen again 3 times and ask them to discuss in groups to answer the questions.
- Listen to each group and remark.
- Read questions first.
- Listen to the tape carefully and then do the task.
* Answers key:
1-B 2-C 3-C 4-A 5-B
- Listen again (one or two times).
- Discuss give correct answer.
* Answers key:
1. 40%.
2. They earn nothing for doing their domestic work.
3. They produce more than half of the food.
4. 80%.
5. At 4.45 am.
6. At 9.30 pm.
10 mins
3. AFTER YOU LISTEN
- Ask students to look at the poster & works in pairs to compare about a day work of an African woman with a Vietnamese woman.
- Complete the table about a day work.
An African
woman 
A Vietnamese woman
17 working hours
8-10 working hours
only working by hands
working by hands and machines
hard work
hard work
difficult life
less difficult life
- Walk around the class to help students whenever they need.
- Call some pairs present the answer front of the class.
- Correct the mistakes.
- Look at the table.
- Work in groups and compare with friends.
- Take note.
- Compare who do work harder than?
- Present the answer front of the class.
- Listen and take note.
2 mins
III. CONSOLIDATION
- Retell the main points of this lesson: The role of women in modern life.
- Listen and take note.
2 mins
IV. HOMEWORK
- Assign homework. 
- Prepare next part: Writing.
- Do the exercises at home.
- Prepare next part: Writing.
.
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The Preparing Date:
The Teaching Date:
No. 93
Class: 12C2
UNIT 15 – WOMEN IN SOCIETY
Lesson 4 - Writing
I. Aims and Objectives:
1. Educational aim: 
- By the end of the lesson, students will be able to write a report describing the information shown in the column chart.
2. Knowledge:
- General knowledge: Students could write a report to describe information from a statistics of the activities and the time that women do every week.
- New words: Words used in a chart.
3. Skills: 	
- Describing a chart.
II. Method: 
- Intergrated, mainly communicative.
III. Teaching aids: 
- Textbook, handouts
IV. Procedure:
1. Class organization:
12C1:.......................
12C2:........................
12C7:........................
2. Check the old lesson: Talk about the role of women in modern life.
3. New lesson:
Time
Teacher’s activities
Students’ activities
5 mins
I. WARM-UP
Make a statistic of these activities and the time that your mother and your father often do every day.
Activities
Your father
Your mother
Time
Cleaning the floor
Washing clothes
Tidying the kitchen
Ironing clothes
Repairing things
Doing the washing
Taking care of the baby
Cooking meal
Going shopping
Total
* Suggeted answer:
Activities
Your father
Your mother
Time
Cleaning the floor
P
45 mins
Washing clothes
P
an hour
Tidying the kitchen
P
30 mins
Ironing clothes
P
20 mins
Repairing things
P
two hours
Doing the washing
P
P
45 mins
Taking care of the baby
P
P
an hour
Cooking meal
P
45 mins
Going shopping
P
an hour
Total
225 mins
305 mins
530 mins
7 mins
II. PRESENTATION
1. BEFORE YOU WRITE
Task 1: Answer the question.
- Ask students to open their books.
- Introduce the students do the task 1.
- Let them work in groups and complete the letter with the missing sentences in the box.
- Go around and help.
- Explain some new words if necessary.
- Give correct answers.
 - Listen to the teacher and work in pairs.
* Answer key:
1. I would like to recommend a well-know place in Vietnam to you
2. It is about 170 km from Hanoi
3. The beach is an ideal place for swimmers
4. People here are very friendly and hospitable
5. I am sure you will have a wonderful time here in Ha long bay 
- Listen to the teacher
- Take note.
20 mins
2. WHILE YOU WRITE
Task 2: Writing.
- Introduce to do task 2. 
- Let students read quickly the task 2.
David, your pen pal, is going to spend his summer vacation in one of the ASEAN countries. You want him to visit Vietnam. Write a letter to him recommending a significant place you are familiar with.
- Explain some new words if necessary
- Ask some other groups to write down a paragraph using some cues below and then each student on be half of his group read aloud.
- Read the questions.
- Work in groups.
* Suggested answer: 
The column chart illustrates the average housework hours per week by married women in comparison with married man.
As seen in the chart, there is the distinctive difference in the average hours of housework in households. In childless families, the gap of housework hours per week between men and women is not largely. Women do some 30 hours per week, meanwhile men’s contribution in housework is about 20 hours.
In families of one or two children, however, the number of men’s housework hours decreases to 15 hours, but women’s number of housework rises even to 50. Undoubtedly the cause of this rise is due to children.
And amazingly in households with three or more children, the equality becomes more distinct. Men work fewer hours than about 10 hours, but women‘s housework hours rise to 55 per week.
The chart shows that the inequality in housework between husband and wife should be resolved. It is important that women should be liberated from the unreasonable burden of familial responsibilities. And to get the target, men should do their share of housemaking.
- Listen to the teacher and copy down.
10 mins
3. POST- WRITING
Task 3: Correcting.
- Ask students to read another’s writing.
- Ask some students to read loudly their writing.
- Listen and correct if needed.
- Each member of groups reads aloud his/ her writing.
- Other group appreciate and correct mistakes each other.
- Each group does the writing and read aloud.
2 mins
III. CONSOLIDATION
- Retell the main points of this lesson: How to describe a chart.
- Listen and take note.
1 mins
IV. HOMEWORK
- Prepare next lesson: Language focus.
- Prepare next lesson: Language focus.
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The Preparing Date:
The Teaching Date:
No. 94
Class: 12C2
UNIT 15 – WOMEN IN SOCIETY
Lesson 5 - Language Focus
I. Aims and Objectives:
1. Educational aim: 
- By the end of this lesson, the students are able to use and make the sentences with preposition.
2. Knowledge:
- General knowledge: Students learn the use of phrasal verbs.
- New words: Words related to topic.
3. Skills: 	
- Pronunciation: The rising tune.
- Grammar: Phrasal verbs.
II. Method: 
- Intergrated, mainly communicative.
III. Teaching aids: 
- Textbook, handouts, tape, radio
IV. Procedure:
1. Class organization:
12C1:.......................
12C2:........................
12C7:........................
2. Check the old lesson:
	- Checking during the lesson.
3. New lesson:
Time
Teacher’s activities
Students’ activities
7 mins
I. WARM-UP
* Matching: Match the verbs in column A with suitable preposition in B.
- Write some sentences on the board and ask students to read them.
A
B
explain
ask
glance
talk
to
at
about
for
- Give some suggestion if necessary.
- Feedback and give correct answer.
- Work in pairs.
- Give the answer.
* Answer key:
A
B
explain
ask
glance
talk
to
at
about
for
- Some of them stand and read words aloud.
10 mins
II. PRESENTATION
1. PRONUNCIATION
* Pratise these sentences:
- Ask students to practice reading the following sentences with the rising tune.
1. Did you have a good holiday?
2. Must you go now?
3. Can I go with you, Jack?
- Explain the tune.
* Notes: The rising tune is used for YES/NO questions.
- Help students to know the pronunciation.
- Read one before then read again and ask students to repeat.
- Ask students to practise themselves.
* Practise reading the conversations.
- Let students to practise reading the conversations.
- Correct mistakes if there are.
- Read aloud.
- Listen and repeat from 2-3 times.
- Listen to the teacher.
- Practise reading the sentences in chorus aloud.
- Work in pairs
Father: Are you drunk, David?
David: No, I’m not.
Father: Did you wash your face this morning?
David: Yes, I did.
Father: Have you completed your essay?

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