Giáo án Tiếng Anh lớp 12 - Unit 2 - Cultural diversity

No.08

Class 12C1

UNIT 2 - CULTURAL DIVERSITY

Lesson 1 - Reading

I. Aims and Objectives:

1. Educational aim:

- Students read passage comprehension about role of cultural diversity.

- Students know how to use the new words through asking and answering.

2. Knowledge:

- General knowledge: Through this unit, students know more about cultural diversity.

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

3. Skills:

- Guessing meaning from context.

- Summarizing main idea.

- Passage comprehension.

 

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7 mins
II. PRESENTATION
1. BEFORE YOU READ
* Pair works:
 - Ask Ss to work in pairs and discuss the question 
(?) Which of the following factors is the most important for a happy life? Why?
 + Love + a nice house / flat. 
 + Money + a good job. 
 + Parents’ approval + good health.
- Ask Ss to talk before the class and give the reason why. 
*Vocabulary: 
- Give some main words to present using vocabulary technique to teach.
+ Physical attractiveness 
+ Confiding.
+ Partnership of equals 
+ Trust built on love
+ diversity (n) 
+ diversify (v)
+ diverse (adj) 
+ approval (n) 
- Read aloud and ask Ss to repeat then correct Ss’mistakes.
- Work in groups to talk about the activities in the pictures
- Look at the questions and try to answer them in groups to discuss.
- One student speaks out his/her ideas in front of the class.
- Look at the board, note down.
- Read the new words in chorus twice.
- Work in groups to guess meanings of the words.
- Listen to the teacher.
20 mins
2. WHILE YOU READ
- Make the class read the small talks, to scan the details and do the tasks.
Task 1: 
- Ask students to read the passage in skim to make sure the meaning of the words.
- Call some students to show the meanings 
- Ask students to read the passage again and do the task in groups of four
- Call on some students to read the answers in front of the class.
- Ask students to read the sentences with the words given
Task 2:
- Ask students to work in groups of 8 to answer the questions given.
- Call on some students to show the class the right answers.
- Listen to the students and help them if neccesary.
- Read the passage in skim 
- Show the meaning of the words.
- Work in groups to fill in the blanks.
- Read the italicized words/ phrases and explain in front of the class :
1. precede: happen or exist
2. determine : find out
3. confide: tell somebody about something very private or secret
4. sacrifice: willingly stop having something you want
5. be obliged: having a duty to something.
- Work in pairs to answer the questions.
 A: What are the four key values in the survey?
 B: They are Physical attractiveness, Confiding,........
 A: Who are much more concerned with physical........... ?
B: The young Americans are much more concerned than the young Indians and the Chinese........
A: What are the Indian students’ attitudes on a partnership of equals? 
B: The Indian students agree that a woman gas to sacrifice........
10 mins
3. AFTER YOU READ
- Ask students to work in groups to discuss about the question :
 + What are the differences between a traditional Vietnamese family and a modern Vietnamese family?
 - Give some suggested words to talk about a family: number of children, the house they like to have, the head of the family, who works, who takes care of the housework and children, the income... 
- Call on some representatives on the groups to talk about the differences
- Read the questions carefully and work in pairs to answer the questions.
* Model:
A: I think a modern family has fewer children than a traditional one. 
the head of the family in a modern family is both a husband and wife, they share the household chores and 
 take care of their children....
- Work in groups to discuss to compare to other groups.
- Talk in front of the class about the class.
2 mins
III. CONSOLIDATION
- Retell the main points of this lesson: talk about role of cultural diversity.
- Listen and take note.
1 mins
IV. HOMEWORK
- Ask Ss to learn the new words by heart, read and translate the text, do the tasks again.
- Prepare for the next: Unit 2 (2nd): Speaking.
- Do reading text in workbook
- Listen to the teacher and take note
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The Preparing Date:
The Teaching Date:
No.09
Class 12C1
UNIT 2 - CULTURAL DIVERSITY
Lesson 2 - Speaking
I. Aims and Objectives:
1. Educational aim: 
By the end of the lesson, students will:
- Understand more about differences among cultures.
- Discuss information that relates to the differences between Vietnamese and American cultures.
2. Knowledge:
- General knowledge: 
- Through this unit, students know more about the differences among cultures.
- Know how to arrange opinions sensibly.
- Language: 
- Students use sentences, words, phrases and expressions for making their view.
3. Skills: 
- Fluency in expressing opinion and expressions for making a opinion.
- To improve the students’ speaking skills.
II. Method: 
- Intergrated, mainly communicative
III. Teaching aids: 
- Pictures, English textbook 12, hand-outs
IV. Procedures:
1. Class organization:
12C1:.......................
12C2:........................
12C7:........................
2. Check the old lesson:
 ? Which of the factions is the most important for a happy life?
3. New lesson:
Time
Teacher’s activities
Students’ activities
7 mins
I. WARM - UP
* Chatting:
- Gives two tables and asks Ss to work in group of three or four to complete the table. 
- Give a picture:
- Ask Ss to look at the picture and answer questions:
1. What are they doing? 
2. Can you guess where they are? 
3. In Viet Nam, do people often kiss in public? Why (not)?
4. What about in America? 
* Lead in: Today we will learn about the differences between Vietnamese and American cultures.
- Look at the picture.
- Do the task.
- Work in groups of 4 or 5.
* Suggested answers:
1. They are kissing.
2. In the public / In the street
3. No, they don’t. It’s impolite.
4. It is very common.
13 mins
II. PRESENTATION
	1. 	BEFORE YOU SPEAK
Task 1: 
- We are going to talk about the differences among cultures.
- Ask students to express their point of view on the followings ideas , using the words or expressions in the box.
- Some special expressions
I think / feel / believe..
In my opinion  
For me.. 
I don’t agree
It’s not true..
That’s true / wrong /.
* In Vietnam, three or even four generations may live in home.
* A happy marriage should based on love.
* In some Asian countries, love is supposed to follow marriage not precede it.
 * In some countries, a man and a woman may hold hands and kiss each other in public.
- Listen to the students and give remark
- Listen to the teacher 
- Read the sentences given and work in groups to discuss.
* Key: 
Model 1:
A: In my opinion, it is not good for three or four generations to live in a family because they will find it difficult to sympathy their interests and habits ... and I agree that love is supposed to follow marriage not precede it.
 B: I don’t agree with your ideas, I think it is good to have three or four generations living under one roof because they can help each other a lot
Model 2:
- A: I think a happy family should be based on love.
- B: I quite agree with you. Life will be terrible if there is no true love between a husband and a wife.
- A: But in some Asian countries love is supposed to follow marriage not precede it.
B: For me, I don’t think It’s true. (What will happen if there is no true love even after marriage?) . How can two people who don’t love each other live happily in the same house.
12 mins
 2. WHILE YOU SPEAK
Task 2: 
- Ask students to work in pairs to discuss about the differences between the culture in America and in Vietnam. 
* Give the culture in America:
- Two generations (parents and children) live in a home.
- Old- aged live in nursing home.
- It is not polite to ask questions about age, marriage and income.
- Americans can greet anyone in the family first.
- Groceries are bought once a week.
- Christmas and New Year holidays are the most important.
- Children sleep in their own bedrooms.
 - Listen to the students and give more the ideas about the differences. 
- Work in pairs to discuss and give their ideas about the differences
* Key:
* Give the culture in Vietnam.
 -There are more generations in a home (grandparents, parents and children ...)
- Elders live with their children and are taken care of by their sons.
- Can ask the questions about the age, marriage and income.
- Have to greet the older first.
- Do the shopping every day.
- Tet holiday is the most important.
- Children can share bedrooms with the other in a family.
10 mins
3. AFTER YOU SPEAK
Task 3:
- Ask students to work in pairs or work in groups to talk about the similarities and differences between Vietnamese and American cultures, using the features discussed in the task 2.
- Listen and give remarks on their opinions.
- Work in groups to talk about the similarities and differences between Vietnamese and American cultures.
* Model:
There are differences and similarities between Vietnamese and American cultures. In America two generations live in the same home. In Vietnam two, three or four generations live under one roof. It’s traditional for children to live near and take care of their parents so old people in Vietnam don’t live in nursing home as American do. Americans don’t want to be asked about age, marriage and income while it is common in Vietnam
1 mins
III. CONSOLIDATION
- Retell the main points of this lesson: The differences between Vietnamese and American cultures.
- Listen and take note.
2 mins
IV. HOMEWORK
- Ask Sts in not more than 80 words write about the between Vietnamese and American cultures you have just talked about.
- Prepare for Listening.
- Listen and copy.
- Prepare next period: Listening.
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The Preparing Date:
The Teaching Date:
No.10
Class 12C7
UNIT 2 - CULTURAL DIVERSITY
Lesson 3 - Listening
I. Aims and Objectives:
1. Educational aim: 
- Students should know how to listen to give some information about the wedding ceremony in Vietnam.
2. Knowledge:
- General knowledge: Students learn about the wedding ceremony in Vietnam.
- New words: Words related to culture, wedding
3. Skills: 	
- Listen and understand the conversation about the wedding ceremony in Vietnam.
- Listen and fill the missing information in the gaps 
- Listen and answer the questions about the wedding ceremony in Vietnam
II. Teaching method: 
- Intergrated, mainly communicative
III. Teaching aid: 
- Textbook, pictures, cassette, tape, handouts and real objects
IV. Procedures:
1. Class organization:
12C1:.......................
12C2:........................
12C7:........................
2. Check the old lesson:
 ? What are the similaritives and differences between Vietnamese and American?
3. New lesson:
Time
Teacher’s activities
Students’ activities
4 mins
I. WARM - UP
Cross words:
- Give the cross words on the extra board.
- Read aloud each clue, gets students say aloud the answers.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
* Clues:
1. The woman that a man is married to
2. Every marriages should be based on this
3. What do we call a woman on her wedding day?
4. The man that a woman is married to
5. people often choose this season to hold wedding ceremonies.
6. To show that you are married, what do you often wear?
7. What do we call a man on his wedding day?
- Check and correct.
- Ask Ss to guess the topic of the lesson today
- Lead to the new lesson
- Whole class work
- Each student with a correct answer will be given a present.
* Suggested answers:
1. wife 4.husband
2. love 5.spring
3. bride 6. ring
7. groom
6 mins
II. PRESENTATION
1. BEFORE YOU LISTEN
- Ask students to work in groups to ask and answer about the picture.
- Hang the table with the questions on the board.
+ Have you ever attended a wedding ceremony?
+ What do the bride and the groom usually do at the wedding ceremony?
- Ask students to ask and answer freely.
- Give some words : 
altar, banquet, groom, ancestor ,blessing, tray......
- Look at the picture and the table of the questions to ask and answer about the picture in pairs.
* Suggested answers:
S1: - They often stand in front of theater praying and asking their ancestor’s permission to be married.
S2: - They exchange their wedding rings.
S3: -They get the presents from their relative and their friends. 
- Listen to the teacher or the tape.
24 mins
2. WHILE YOU LISTEN 
Task 1: 
Introduction: You are going to listen to the conversation to get the information to fill in the missing information.
- Let the students read all the sentences before listening. 
1. The wedding day is carefully chosen by the........
2. The gifts are wrapped in............
3. The wedding ceremony starts in front of the..........
4. Food and drink are served....... 
5. The guests give the newly wedded couple envelopes containing ........... and..........
- Ask students to compare the answers with a partner.
- Call on some students to go the board to write their answers 
- Ask students to explain their answers in front of the class 
- Feedback and Correct the answers
Task 2: 
-Ask students to listen to the passage again and answer the questions
 - Ask the students to read all the questions before listening.
 - Let the students listen to the tape two or three times and answer the questions.
- Read the sentences and then listen to the teacher or the radio carefully.
- Fill in the missing information.
* Answer keys.
1. groom’s parents.
2. red paper
3. altar
4. at the wedding banquit
5. wedding cards or money
- Work in pairs to compare the answers 
- Listen and try to get the information to answer the questions
- Read the questions carefully.
- Work in groups to discuss and answer the questions.
* Answer keys.
1. The most important thing the groom’s family has to do on the wedding day is to go to the bride’s house bringing gifts wrapped in red 
papers.
2. They would pray, asking their ancestors’ permission to get married.
3. After they pray and ask their ancestors’ permission to get married.
...............
10 mins
3. AFTER YOU LISTEN 
- Ask students to work in groups to answer the question : 
? What do families often do to prepare for a wedding ceremony?
- Call some 2 leaders of the groups to talk 
in front of the class. 
- Feedback.	
-Work in groups & discuss the question
- Some give the answers before the class.
* Suggestions answers:
The wedding is very important to the bride and the groom as well as the two families. The wedding day is carefully chosen by the groom’s parents because they think that it will affect the future life of the new couple. Both families have to talk with each other to decide the place, the number of the guests and how to hold the banquet. Not only the bride and the groom but nearly all members in the two families have to be sure in their best clothes on that day. The altars or the both families are cleaned and well decorated. Then comes the cars and the flowers. They have to be ordered in advance so that everything will be available on that day. Everybody is very busy but they all look forward to that important day.
1 mins
III. CONSOLIDATION
- Retell the main points of this lesson: the wedding ceremony in Vietnam.
- Listen and take note.
2 mins
IV. HOMEWORK
- Write a paragraph about a wedding.
- Prepare for the next lesson.
- Listen and copy in their notebooks.
- Prepare for the next lesson: Language Focus.
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The Preparing Date:...
The Teaching Date:
No.11
Class 12C7
UNIT 2 - CULTURAL DIVERSITY
Lesson 5 - Language Focus
I. Aims and Objectives:
1. Educational aim: 
- Students can pronounce the sounds “ed” ending.
2. Knowledge:
- General knowledge: Students learn how to write a passage about cultural diversity.
- Language: * The present simple and adverbs of frequency for talking about daily activities.
 	* The past simple used in a narrative.
- New words: Words related to pronunciation /ed/
3. Skills: 
- Pronunciation: the sounds “ed” ending.
- Grammar:	- Revise the tenses.
II. Teaching method: 
- Intergrated, mainly communicative.
III. Teaching aids:	
- Handouts, tape, cassette player, chalks, textbook and notebook 
IV. Procedures:
1. Class organization:
12C1:.......................
12C2:........................
12C7:........................
2. Check the old lesson: Checking during the new lesson.
3. New lesson:
Time
Teacher’s activities
Students’ activities
I. WARM UP
- Hang a chart with 12 verbs (both regular verb and irregular verb) with the form: infinitive without “to”.
Ex:
see, need, go, laugh, teach , eat, 
miss, paint, close, run , play, help
- Divide class into 4 groups.
- Read loudly 12 verbs 2 times.
- Ask Ss to rewrite all verbs which they hear.
- Call leader of each group to write on the board. 
- Check and choose the winner.
- Call some students read all verbs when adding -ed at the end of each verb.
- Ask Ss to give comment and note how to read “ed”.
- Lead-in new lesson.
- Look at
- Listen
- Rewrite
- Answer
- Listen
- Ss change these verbs into past simple:
saw, needed, went, laughed, taught, ate, missed, painted, closed, ran, played, helped.
- Ss write down the rules in the notebook.
* Suggestion:
/ t/
/ d /
/ id /
laughed
missed
helped
closed
played
needed
painted
- Ss repeat.
10 munites
II. PRESENTATION
1. PRONUNCIATION
a. Distinguishing sounds:
- Give the rules of pronouncing the verbs ending in -ed.
 There are three ways :
1. ed → /d/ after voiced consonants and vowels.
2. ed → /t/ after [ k , p , s , ∫ , t∫ , f )
3. ed → /id/ after / t, d/
- Read the three sounds: /t/, / d/, / id / as model for the class and explain the differences in producing them.
- Read the sounds again and ask students to repeat.
- Ask students to read the words in each column out aloud in chorus for more a few times. 
- Call on some students to read the words in front of the class.
- Correct the mistakes of pronunciation.
b. Practising sentences containing the 
target sounds
- Ask students to work in pairs to take turn to read the given sentences.
- Go round to listen and take notes of the typical errors.
- Call on some students to read the sentences in front of the class again and provide corrective feedback.
- Read aloud.
- Listen and repeat from 2-3 times.
- Listen to the teacher 
- Some of them stand and read words aloud.
- Read the sentences in chorus aloud.
- Listen and copy.
- List some phrasal verbs : fill in, turn on, go over, look at, make up, look after ....
- Some students read the sentences in front of the class. 
34 munites
2. GRAMMAR
Review tenses:
- Review the forms, meanings and uses of the present simple, present perfect, and present continuous, past perfect...
a. Present simple.
* Form:
S + V-inf /s/es + ......... 
S + don't/doesn't+ + Vinf + ......... 
Do/Does + S + Vinf + .........? 
* Use: 
- Adverbs of time: every.
- Adverbs of frequency: always, usually, sometimes/occasionally, often, normally, as a rule, never
* Note: The rules of using verbs in the present simple tense: With the third personal you have to add “es” behind the verbs ended by : o,s,z ,ch,sh,x.
+ Speakers is not happening now. This can not only be done with Non-Continuous Verbs and certain Mixed Verbs.
b. Present continuous
* Form:
S + am/is/are + V-ing ......... 
S + am/is/are + not + V-ing .........
Am/Is/Are + S + V-ing ........? 
* Use: 
- To express an action at the time of speaking, a plan in the future.
- Adverbs of time: now, at the moment, the the present time, at present.
* Note: Không chia ToBe dạng “ing” ở thì Hiện tại tiếp diễn
c. Present perfect/Present perfect progressive.
* Form:
S + has/have + V-PII + ......... 
S + hasn’t/haven’t + V-PII + .........
Has/Have + S+ V-PII + .........? 
* Use: 
- We use the present perfect to say that the action - Used for recent actions whole time isn't finite, actions occurring in an incomplete period, an action which last through out an incomplete
- Adverbs: just, for, since, ever, never, already
* Note:
- We CAN NOT use the Present Perfect with 
specific time expressions: yesterday, a year ago, last month, 
- We CAN NOT use the Present Perfect with unspecific expressions: ever, never, once, many times, several times, before, so far, already, yet, etc.
Practice:
- Ask students to do the exercise individually and then choose a partner to.
check the answers with.
- Call 2 students to write their answers on the board.
- Provide corrective feedback.
*Exercise1: Use the correct form of the verbs
 -Ask Ss to work individually carefully and then work in pairs.
- Explains how to use tense if necessary.
- Call some Ss to answer and ask others comment.
- Give feedback.
- Call some pairs practise the conversation.
*Exercise 2: Multiple choices.
- Ask Ss to read exercise carefully.
- Explain the meaning of the difficult words
- Explain how to use tense of necessary.
- Ask Ss work in pairs
- Call on some Ss answer and asks others comment.
- Give feedback.
*Exercise 3: Complete the letter with the correct form of the verbs in brackets.
- Guide students how to do by doing the first as an example.
- Ask students to to the exercise.
- Call on some Ss write the answers on board.
- Correct and give the key. 
*Give handouts: Rewrite these sentences.
1. He has been teaching for 20 years.(He started)
2. How long have you studied English ?(When)
3. They finished their work, then they drank in the pub.(After)
4.The last time I was in England was in 1986.(I haven’t ....)
5. I didn’t receive the results of my test for a month.(It was ...)
- Work in groups to review the
Tenses.
- Liste

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