Giáo án Tiếng Anh lớp 12 - Unit 4 - School education system

UNIT 4 - SCHOOL EDUCATION SYSTEM

Lesson 1 - Reading

I. Aims and Objectives:

1. Educational aim:

- Students should know school education system in England.

2. Knowledge:

- General knowledge: Students know about school education system.

- Language: Sentences and expression for describing school education system.

- New words: Words related to school education system.

3. Skills:

- Guessing meaning in context, scanning for specific information and passage comprehension.

II. Teaching method:

- Intergrated, mainly communicative.

 

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rallel (adj)
category (n)
fee- paying (adj)
curriculum (n)
corse (n)
* Discussion:
 - Ask Ss to work in pair to decide whether the statements are T or F .
- Call some Ss to give their answers.
- Correct and give feedback.
* Facts about schools:
1. Children start Grade 1 when they are 6 years old. 
2. Schooling is compulsory from the age of 6 to 16. 
3. The school year generally begins in September and ends in late May. 
4. The students do not have any examinations when they finish secondary school. 
5. A school year consists of two terms.
- Listen to the teacher and open the book – Unit 1, part A: reading
- Read - repeat all the new words.
- Take note.
- Look at the book, listen to the teacher and work in pairs to decide whether the statements about schools in Vietnam are true (T) or false (F). Then compare their results with their partners’.
* Answer key:
1. T 
2. F : from the age of 6 to 18 
3. T 
4. F :  have many ..
5. T
20 mins
2. WHILE YOU READ
- Ask students to look through the passage and read in silence.
- Help students read the passage.
- Explain pronunciation and meaning of new words which appear in the passage.
Task 1:
- Find words or phrases in the reading passage which have the following meanings.
- Let students work individual or in groups.
- Help students if necessary.
* Keys: 
state schools
primary education
secondary education
compulsory
General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE)
Curriculum 
Task 2: 
- Ask students to answer the following questions
- Ask students look through the passages then try to answer the questions in right way
- Let them work in pairs
- Help students if necessary
(the answers in the passage) 
- Walk round the classroom and correct mistakes
- Listen to the teacher then read the passages 
- Ask some new words if necessary
- Keep the book open.
- Listen to the teacher then do task 1.
- Ask the teacher if necessary.
- Work individual or in group.
- Write down in the notebook.
- Listen to the teacher.
- Try to answer the questions.
- Practice with a partner then write them down in the note books.
- Ask the teacher if necessary.
- Listen to the teacher and make a brief note about school education system in England.
- Listen to the teacher
- Try to talk about school education system in England
- The students who are called to stand up to talk loudly are intelligent ones
* Key: 
1. from the age of 5
2. 3 terms 
3. the state school and the ‘independent’ or ‘public’ school systems
4. yes
5. There are 3 core subjects (English, Maths and Science)
6. When Ss finish the secondary school, they can take an examination called the General Certificate of Secondary Education
10 mins
3. AFTER YOU READ
* Stop and correct:
- Ask Ss to read the 2nd paragraph carefully for 5 minutes and then close their books.
- Ss listen and shout “Stop” when they realize the wrong information.
- Ask Ss to correct the wrong information.
- Tell Ss to open their books and check the answers.
There are (1)________ paralled school system in England. The first is the (2)___________ school system, which is free to all students, paid for by the (3)__________ . The second category is the “independent” or (4)___________ school system, which is (5)_________ by students. The state school system which educates (6)____________ of the pupils in England can (7)__________ into two levels of education: primary education and (8)___________ education.
- Work in groups. Tell the others one of the most difficult school subjects you are studying and what you would like your friends and your teacher to do to help you learn that subject more effectively.
* Mistake correction: 
1- two 2- state 3- state 
4- private 5- fee paying 6- 93% 
7- divided 8- secondary
2 mins
III. CONSOLIDATION
- Retell the main points of this lesson.
- Listen and take note.
1 mins
IV. HOME WORK
- Ask students to do Reading exercise of Unit 1 in workbook and prepare Part B : Speaking at home
- Listen to the teacher and write down homework 
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The Preparing Date:
The Teaching Date:
No. 24
Class: 12C7
UNIT 4 - SCHOOL EDUCATION SYSTEM 
Lesson 2 - Speaking
I. Aims and Objectives:
1. Educational aim: 
- Students should know school education system in Vietnam.
2. Knowledge:
- General knowledge: Students learn about school education system
- Language: Talking about the school education system in Vietnam.
- New words: words related to school education system
3. Skills: 	
- Talking about school education system 
II. Teaching method: 
- Intergrated, mainly communicative
III. Teaching aids: 
- Board, tape, chalks, textbook and notebook
IV. Procedure:
1. Class organization:
12C1:.......................
12C2:........................
12C7:........................
2. Check the old lesson:
1. When do children start Grade 1?
2. Is schooling compulsory from the age of 6 to 16. 
3. Does the school year generally begin in September and ends in late June? 
3. New lesson:
Time
Teacher’s activities
Students’ activities
7 mins
I. WARM-UP
* Net words:
  
 Kind of school 
-Ask Ss to put the following words in the right order from low to high.
“What do you know about the school education systems in Vietnam?”
- T introduces new lesson.
- Work in pairs.
* Expected answers:
1. nursery
2. kindergarten
3. primary school
4. secondary school 
5. college
6. university
12 mins
II. PRESENTATION
1. BEFORE YOU SPEAK
Task 1:
- Ask Ss to work in pairs. Study the table below then ask and answer the questions about the school education system in Vietnam.
- Help Ss with the vocabulary and pronunciation
* GCSE: General Certificate of Secondary Education
- Elicit some useful expressions:
+ When do children in Vietnam go to school lower school?
+ How old are children when they first go to school?
+ How long is the primary school?
+ Do all children have go to nursery?
- Read the model conservation then call on some students to read aloud it. 
- Let them work in pairs
- Listen to students and correct mistakes 
- Work in pairs.
- Practice asking and answering the questions about the school education system in Vietnam using the information in the table.
* Example: 
? When do children in Vietnam go to lower secondary education?
- When they are 6.
? How long does the lower secondary education last?
- Four years.
? Is pre –school compulsory in Vietnam?
- No, it’s optional.
? From which grade to which grade does the upper education last?
- From 10 to 12. 
13 mins
2. WHILE YOU SPEAK
Task 3:
- Teacher introduces the task “Work in groups. Talk about the similarities and differences between the school system in Vietnam and in England”. 
- Let them work in groups.
- Ask some students to stand up and tell loudly.
- Walk round and help them.
- Listen and correct mistakes.
- Work in groups. Talk about the similarities and differences between the school system in Vietnam and in England.
Example: 
There are some differences between the school systems in Vietnam an England. Children in Vietnam start primary school at the age of 6 and finis this level at 10 while those in England study at primary school from the age of 5 to 10. Schooling is compulsory for Vietnamese children until the age of 1 but, in England, compulsory education ends when children are 16. There is also a difference about the subjects studied at schools. 
On the other hand, Vietnam and England school systems have some similarities. Students in both countries have to follow the national curriculum set by the government. After finishing secondary schools they all have to take the national examination known as GCSE.
10 mins
3. AFTER YOU SPEAK
* Write about the similarities and differences between the school system in Vietnam and England.
- Divide the class into six groups and give each group a poster and a board marker.
- 3 groups write about the similarities and the others write about the differences.
- Have Ss to tick on the poster and report the result to the class.
- Give feedback and comment.
- Work in groups.
* Suggested answers:
The similarities:
- Both countries have to follow the national curriculum set by the government
- After secondary schools, Ss all have to take the national examination known as GCSE
 - Both countries have 3 levels of education.
The Differences:
In Vietnam
In England
- Start primary school at the age of 6 and finish at 10 
-School is compulsory until the age of 14
- Subjects studied 
- Start primary school at 5 and finish at 10
- School is compulsory until the age of 16
....................
2 mins
III. CONSOLIDATION
- Retell the main points of this lesson: the similarities and differences between the school system in Vietnam and England.
- Listen and take note.
1 mins
IV. HOMEWORK
- Ask students to write a passage about similarities and differences between the school system in Vietnam and in England.
- Ask students to prepare Part C- Listening and do homework.
- Listen to the teacher.
- Write down the homework.
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The Preparing Date:
The Teaching Date:
No. 25
Class: 12C2
UNIT 4 - SCHOOL EDUCATION SYSTEM 
Lesson 3 - Listening
I. Aims and Objectives:
1. Educational aim: 
- Students should know about someone’s background.
2. Knowledge:
- General knowledge: Get information from conversation Jenny and Gavin about their studying at school.
- New words: Words related to someone’s education.
3. Skills: 	
- Listening for gist and for specific information.
II. Teaching method: 
- Intergrated, mainly communicative
III. Teaching aids: 
- Handouts, tape, cassette player, textbook and notebook
IV. Procedure:
1. Class organization:
12C1:.......................
12C2:........................
12C7:........................
2. Check the old lesson:
1. When do children start Grade 1?
2. Is schooling compulsory from the age of 6 to 16. 
3. Does the school year generally begin in September and ends in late June? 
3. New lesson:
Time
Teacher’s activities
Students’ activities
6 mins
I. WARM-UP
* Play a game: jumbled words about subjects at school.
- Give Ss the handouts with the words:
1. n f h c e r 
2. p i s s h y c 
3. s a a t c m h m e i t
4. e r t u a r l i t e 
5. p g g y o a e r h 
- Ask Ss to work in groups of four.
- Call on some Ss to give the words.
- Congratulate the winner.
* Lead-in: Now we will listen to the conversation between Jenny and Gavin talking about what they do at school.
- Work in pairs.
- Present the answer on the board in front the class.
* Keys: 
1. French 
2. Physics 
3. Mathematics
4. Literature 
5. Geography.
10 mins
II. PRESENTATION
1. BEFORE YOU LISTEN
- Ask Ss to look at “Listen and repeat”
- Ask Ss to work in pair. - Discuss and answer these questions in the book.
- Call some pairs to act out in front of the class.
- Give comments.
* Vocabulary: 
- tearaway ['teərəwei] (n): người bốc đồng
- disruptive [dis'rʌptiv] (adj): gây rối
- method ['meθəd] (n): phương pháp/methodical [mi’θɔdikl] (adj)
- well behaved ['welbiheivd] (adj)có hạnh kiểm tốt, có giáo dục
- struggle ['strʌgl] (n): cuộc đấu tranh
- Ask Ss to listen to the T’s pronunciation and repeat.
- Pair works.
- The answers may vary.
- Write down.
- Repeat.
15 mins
2. WHILE YOU LISTEN
Task 1: Put a tick (√) to the question to which the answer is “yes”.
- Ask students to read through the questions
- Play the tape two times.
- Ask Ss to do individually then compare the answer with a partner. 
- Play the tape again, have students to listen and check the answers.
- Call some Ss to give the answers.
- Check and gives feedback.
Task 2: Answering:
- Teacher introduces the task “Listen again and answer the questions”. 
1. When did Gavin think he listed to the teacher well?
2. How did Gavin find the exams? 
3. Why couldn’t Gavin pass the exams easily? 
4. Why did Gavin say he didn’t think his school days were the best time of his life?
- Read or turn on the tape script again once or twice
- Help students give the correct answers
- Read the questions quickly.
- Listen to the listening script.
- Work individually to do the task.
- Compare the answers.
 * Feedback:
Questions
Jenny
Gavin
1
√
√
2
√
3
√
4
5
√
√
6
- Look at the Task 2 and listen to the teacher
- Read the questions and try to understand them
- Listen to the tape script
- Give correct answers:
* Answer:
1. When he enjoyed the subjects
2. He found it very difficult.
3. Because they were difficult for him to do in a short time.
4. Because he went away to boarding school when he was quite young and he didn’t like that. So school days weren’t the best days of his life.
10 mins
3. AFTER YOU LISTEN
- Teacher introduces the task “Work in pairs. Talk about the results of your current exams at school and what you will do to prepare for the next exams”. 
- Go round and help students 
- Correct mistakes 
- Work in pairs. Talk about the results of your current exams at school and what you will do to prepare for the next exams 
E.g.
I didn’t do well in the last exam period. I was content with my math, physics and chemistry results but my English result wasn’t very good. I made too many mistakes so I barely passed it.
 I think I have to spend more time studying English to get higher grade in the coming exam
2 mins
III. CONSOLIDATION
- Retell the main points of this lesson: Jenny and Gavin’s education.
- Listen and take note.
2 mins
IV. HOMEWORK
- Ask students to rewrite a passage about their school days in secondary school. 
- Ask students to prepare the part Writing at home.
- Listen to the teacher.
- Write down the homework.
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PHÊ DUYỆT CỦA TỔ CHUYÊN MÔN
Kiểm tra ngày 13 tháng 10 năm 2014
Hình thức: ..............................................................................................................................
Nội dung:................................................................................................................................
Phương pháp:..
Số lượng:.
	 TỔ PHÓ 
 	 Phạm Quang Tuấn
The Preparing Date:
The Teaching Date:
No. 26
Class: 12C2
UNIT 4 - SCHOOL EDUCATION SYSTEM 
Lesson 4 - Writing
I. Aims and Objectives:
1. Educational aim: 
- Students learn how to understand the school education system in Vietnam.
2. Knowledge:
- General knowledge: Students will be able to write the school education system in Vietnam.
- New words: Words relating to school education systems.
3. Skills: 	
- Improve the Ss’ writing skills.
II. Method: 
- Intergrated, mainly communicative.
III. Teaching aids: 
- Handouts.
IV. Procedure:
1. Class organization:
12C1:.......................
12C2:........................
12C7:........................
2. Check the old lesson:
1. When did you start school?
2. How do you find about the exams? 
3. Do you think your school days are the best time of your life?
3. New lesson:
Time
Teacher’s activities
Students’ activities
6 mins
I. WARM-UP
- Ask students some questions about school education systems in Vietnam.
1. How many levels of educations are there in your school system?
2. How long does it take to complete each level?
3. How many classes are there in each level? 
4. When do children start Grade I?
- Lead Ss to the new lesson: “write a paragraph on the formal school education system in Vietnam”
- Work in pairs, discuss and find out the answers.
1. 3 levels of educations
2,3. 
- Primary: 5 years
- Lower secondary: 4 years
- Upper secondary: 3 years
4. When they are 6.
- Understand the aim of the lesson.
15 mins
II. PRESENTATION
1. BEFORE YOU WRITE
* Elicit structures:
+ Tenses : Simple present
+ Vocabulary :
1. The academic year runs from..... to....
2. A school year consists of .... terms
3. Children start grade 1 when they....
4. duration of the academic year
5. a national examination for GSCE 
6 university / college entrance examination
* Outline :
- Ask Ss to work in group to write outline, using the information in Speaking Task to give ideas for their writing.
- Call a student to write on the board.
- Correct and gives feedback 
- Work in groups
Outline :
1. Introduction: 
- 2 levels of education in Vietnam: primary and secondary education:
* Primary school: - at the age of 6
* Secondary school: - at the age of 11, 4 years in lower secondary, 3 years in higher secondary; finish secondary at 17.
2. Main part:
* Duration of the academic year :
- 35 weeks (9 months)
- 2 terms: 1st term : from September to late December; 2nd term : starts in the early January ends in May.
* National examination for GCSE: in June for all students finish high school.
* University / college entrance examination: held in July 
20 mins
2. WHILE YOU WRITE
- Ask Ss to write about education system in Vietnam. 
- Go round and help students if necessary. 
- Use main ideas in the outline to write a paragraph on the formal school education system in Vietnam.
* Suggested answer:
The formal school system in Vietnam consists of two levels of education, primary and secondary education. The children start Grade/ Year 1 at the age of 6 and they normally complete the primary education at the age of 10. They move to lower secondary school to study in Grade 6 when they are eleven years old. They will finish nine-year compulsory education when they complete Grade 9 at the age of 14. The children may go to upper secondary schools if they pass all the subjects tested at the end of Grade 9. They will stay there until they complete Grade 12 at the age of 17. If they want to sit for the entrance exam to universities or colleges they have to take the national examination for GCSE which takes place at the end of Mayor beginning of June. The academic year in Vietnam runs from September to May and is divided into two terms. The first term ends in January with a week holiday and the second term finishes in May before a long summer holiday comes.
10 mins
3. AFTER YOU WRITE
- Call on some Ss to read out their writing in front of the class.
- Ask Ss to exchange their writings for peer correction.
- Correct mistakes.
- Read the paragraph again.
- Correct mistakes.
2 mins
III. CONSOLIDATION
- Retell the main points of this lesson: Education system in Vietnam. 
- Listen and take note.
2 mins
IV. HOMEWORK
- Prepare the section D (Language focus part of Unit 4).
- Prepare the section D (Language focus part of Unit 4).
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The Preparing Date:
The Teaching Date:
No. 27
Class: 12C2
UNIT 4 - SCHOOL EDUCATION SYSTEM 
Lesson 5 - Language Focus
I. Aims and Objectives:
1. Educational aim: 
- Students know how to pronounce and mark the stress in three-syllable words.
2. Knowledge:
- General knowledge: Students learn some information to fill in a form.
- Language: Passive voice.
3. Skills: 	
- Pronunciation: Stress in three-syllable words. 
II. Method: 
- Intergrated, mainly communicative
III. Teaching aids: 
- Handouts, charts, tapes, cassette the player, 
IV. Procedure:
1. Class organization:
12C1:.......................
12C2:........................
12C7:........................
2. Check the old lesson:
1. When do the children in Vietnam go to primary school?
2. How many levels of educations are there in your school system?
3. How many classes are there in each level? 
4. How many terms are there in a school year in Vietnam? 
3. New lesson:
Time
Teacher’s activities
Students’ activities
7 mins
I. WARM-UP
- Give each group 3 pieces of paper on which there are stress patterns of 3.
- Syllable words:
0oo
o0o
oo0
- Write some three-syllable words on the board, and then pronounce those words aloud.
- Pay attention to its stress.
- Ask Ss to read after
How do we pronounce these words?
- Read again these words and lead to the lesson.
- Today, we learn how to pronounce three-syllable words.
- Listen to teacher
- Read aloud
- Pay attention to its stress.
algebra 
carefully 	
politics	
physical
computing
compulsory 
September
- Understand the aim of the new lesson.
12 mins
II. PRESENTATION
1. PRONUNCIATION
* Listen and repeat:
- Read the model some words and ask Ss to repeat.
- Get some Ss to pronounce these words
- Correct pronunciation (if any).
- Ask Ss to put these words in the correct column. Add some more words, engineer, lemonade, entertain, employee, Vietnamese, cigarette.
- Correct and gives feedback.
Remarks: Words ending in - ade, -ain, -ee, -eer, -ese, -ette has the main stress on these syllable (3rd syllable).
* Practice reading the sentences 
 - Play the tape, Asks Ss to read after the tapes.
- Call some Ss to read and correct mistakes. 
- Read the words aloud.
* Poster:
Stress
on 1st ....
Stress
on 2nd...
Stress
on 3rd...
algebra
carefully
politics
physical
chemistry
academic
primary
cinema
statistics
computing
September
compulsory
engineer
lemonade
entertain
employee
Vietnamese
cigarette
- Reading aloud the sentences.
- Listen and repeat.
23 mins
2. GRAMMAR
1. Review some grammar structures: Passive voice:
S + to be + past participle
- Give some examples.
- Ask Ss to make sentences with the structures.
2. Exercises:
* Exercise 1: 
- Introduce the task: Fill each blank with the simple present passive form of the verb in brackets.
- Guide Ss to do
- Ask Ss to fill each blank with the simple present passive form of the verb in brackets.
- Correct mistakes.
* Exercise 2: 
- Introduce the task: Rewrite the following sentences using the passive voice. 
- Guide Ss to do
- Ask Ss to rewrite the following sentences using the passive voice.
- Correct mistakes.
* Exercise 3:
- Introduce the task: Fill in the spaces of the f

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