Giáo án Tiếng Anh lớp 12 - Unit 5 - Higher education

No. 28

Class: 12C1

UNIT 5 - HIGHER EDUCATION

Lesson 1 - Reading

I. Aims and Objectives:

1. Educational aim:

- Should know some sts talking about their first impressions of university life in England.

2. Knowledge:

- General knowledge: Students know about higher education.

- Language: verbs in past tense.

- New words: Words related to higher education.

3. Skills:

- Vocabulary comprehension matching.

- Passage comprehension.

- Arranging the sequence of an event.

 

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2 mins
III. CONSOLIDATION
- Retell the main points of this lesson: one’s first impressions of university life in England.
- Listen and take note.
1 mins
IV. HOME WORK
- Ask students to read the passage again.
- Ask students to do Reading exercise of Unit 5 in workbook and prepare Part B: Speaking.
- Do Reading exercise of Unit 5 in workbook and prepare Part B: Speaking.
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PHÊ DUYỆT CỦA TỔ CHUYÊN MÔN
Kiểm tra ngày 20 tháng 10 năm 2014
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Phương pháp:..
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	 TỔ PHÓ
 Phạm Quang Tuấn
The Preparing Date:
The Teaching Date:
No. 29
Class: 12C7
UNIT 5 - HIGHER EDUCATION
Lesson 2 - Speaking
I. Aims and Objectives:
1. Educational aim: 
- By the end of the lesson, students will be able to talking about the application process to tertiary institutions in Vietnam.
2. Knowledge:
- General knowledge: Students know how to talk about school; make an interview and reporting on results.
- Language: words related to higher education.
3. Skills: 	
- Speaking about school life of students fluently.
II. Teaching method: 
- Intergrated, mainly communicative.
III. Teaching aids: 
- Textbook, board, rising questions, hand-outs.
IV. Procedure:
1. Class organization:
12C1:.......................
12C2:........................
12C7:........................
2. Check the old lesson: Talk about the feeling of Sarah, Ellen and Brenden.
3. New lesson:
Time
Teacher’s activities
Students’ activities
8 mins
I. WARM-UP
* What is my job?
- Show Ss some documents requiring for tertiary institutions and ask them what they are.
- Call on some Ss to answer.
- Call on an St to go to the board and ask him/her to choose a job that he/she wants to do in the future and mime a typical activity which it involes.
- Ask the whole class to look at their friend’s activity then ask him/her yes/no question to guess his/her job.
- Observe students playing game and stop when there is a winner.
- One Ss go to the board, chooses a job that he/she wants to do in the future and mime a typical activity which it involves.
- Answer the questions
an application form
an identity card
a reference letter
a birth certificate
- Work in pairs: One Sts asks the other:
- What is my job?
- The others watch his/her activity and make yes/no questions to guess the job
Possible questions:
- Are you mending something?
- Are you typing?
- Do you work outside?
- The S answer the questions using only yes or no. The game is over if an S guess the job.
8 mins
II. PRESENTATION
1. BEFORE YOU SPEAK
Task 1:
- Teacher introduces the task1: Below are the admission requirements for tertiary institutions in some countries. Work in groups. Tick (ü) those which are obligatory for you to be admitted to a university in Vietnam. 
1. an application form 
2. an identity card 
3. a reference letter 
4. a copy of the originals of your school certificate 
5. a birth certificate 
6. a copy of the record of your performance at school 
7. scores of the required entrance examination
- Call on some Ss to tell their answers.
- Listen and correct pronunciation mistakes
- Work in groups, tick (ü) those which are obligatory for you to be admitted to a university in Vietnam.
- Stand up tell the class their answers.
- Others listen and compare with their ticks.
* Expected answers:
üan application form
üan identify card
üa copy of the originals of school certificate
üa birth certificate
üa copy of records of your performance at school
üscores of the required examination.
Possible problems:
- Students may don’t know the meanings of some application process
15 mins
2. WHILE YOU SPEAK
Task 2:
- Teacher introduces the task “Work in pairs. Ask and answer the questions about the application process to tertiary study in Vietnam using the following cues”.
- Guide Ss to practice:
E.g. A- When do you fill in and send the application form?
 B- In March
- Have Ss to ask and answer in pairs.
- Go around and provide help if necessary.
- Correct mistakes.
- Understand 
- Work in pairs. Ask and answer the questions about the application process to tertiary study in Vietnam using the cues
- Stand up, ask and answer about the application process to tertiary study in Vietnam.
- Others listen and check the pronunciation.
10 mins
3. AFTER YOU SPEAK
- Teacher introduces the task: Task 3. Work in groups. Discuss the process of applying to a tertiary institution in Vietnam.
- Guide Ss to discuss the process of applying to a tertiary institution in Vietnam.
- Go around and provide help if necessary.
- Correct mistakes.
- Understand the task.
- Work in groups. Discuss the process of applying to a tertiary institution in Vietnam.
* Answer: 
In order to be admitted to a university in Vietnam, all students have to following the process of applying. During March, they have to fill in the application form and send it to the university they choose in March. After passing the GCSE examination held in May, all students are able to sit for the entrance examination in July. Successful candidates will be sent a letter of acceptance from the university. All students have to do now is to prepare all required papers to be officially accepted of that university. 
2 mins
III. CONSOLIDATION
- Retell the main points of this lesson.
- Listen and take note.
2 mins
IV. HOMEWORK
- Ask students to write about the process of applying to a tertiary institution in Vietnam.
- Do homework.
- Prepare part C listening.
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The Preparing Date:..
The Teaching Date:
No. 30
Class: 12C7
UNIT 5 - HIGHER EDUCATION
Lesson 3 - Listening
I. Aims and Objectives:
1. Educational aim: 
- Students should know about the problems they may have when studying in a new school.
2. Knowledge:
- General knowledge: Students learn more about the problems they may have when studying in a new school.
- New words: Words related to higher education.
3. Skills: 	
- Listening and deciding on True or False statements.
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: Talk about the process of applying to a tertiary institution in Vietnam.
3. New lesson
Time
Teacher’s activities
Students’ activities
6 mins
I. WARM-UP
* Brain storming: 
Ask sts to list the famous universities in the world 
Famous universities in the world
- Answer questions:
+ Do the students come from different countries? 
+ Do they have any difficulties in communicating?/custom?/food?/weather?/ living conditions?
- Work in pairs.
- Name some famous universities in the world.
* Model:
Oxford University
Harvard University
Cambridge University
University of Amsterdam 
Stanford University 
Massachusetts Institute Technology
8 mins
II. PRESENTATION
1. BEFORE YOU LISTEN
- Ask students to look at the part Before listening.
* Vocabulary: 
+ proportion (n) definition 
+ majority (n) antonym 
+ tutorial (a)
+ daunting (n) 
- Rub out and remember 
- T gives handouts, ask sts guess theT/F statements, write their answers on board, T remains their prediction.
- Listen to T and guess the meanings of these words 
- Practise reading the words in chorus and individually.
- Read loudly the words:
proportion majority tutorial international available appointment agricultural rural thoroughly
- Understand those words.
20 mins
2. WHILE YOU LISTEN
Task 1:
Introduce the task: Listen to the conversation between John and David and circle the best option (A, B, C or D) to complete the following sentences.
- Ask students to read the questions quickly.
- Guide students the requests of the task.
- Read the conversation twice 
- Call some students to give their answers.
- Read the conversation the third time for Ss to correct.
Task 2:
- Ask all students to spend 2 mins to read the questions and options in the task.
- Play the record once again and ask students to do the task.
- Ask students to work in pairs to exchange their answers.
- Ask some students to read aloud their answers.
- Listen and give remarks. T can play the record again if students cannot give correct answers.
- Read the questions quickly.
- Listen to the listening script.
- Answer the questions.
* Key: 
1-C 2-A 3-C 4-A 5-B
- Read the questions and options in the task in 2 minnutes.
- Listen to the record again and choose the best option 
- Work in pairs and exchange their answers
- Some students read aloud their answers ; others listen and give comments 
* Expected answers:
1-C 2-C 3-B
10 mins
3. AFTER YOU LISTEN
- Ask Ss to work in pairs. Ask and answer the question: 
"Would you prefer to do an undergraduate course abroad or in your country?” Explain your choice. 
- Guide Ss to do.
- Call some Ss to practice asking and answering the question.
A: Would you like to do an undergraduate course abroad or in your country?
B: I would like to do an undergraduate course in my country.
A: Why?
B: Because my English is not very good and I cannot afford tuition fees and accommodation for studying oversea.
- Work in pairs. Ask and answer the question: 
"Would you prefer to do an undergraduate course abroad or in your country?”
- Stand up and speak out.
* Expected answer:
A: Would you like to do an undergraduate course abroad or in your country?
B: I would like to do an undergraduate course in my country.
A: Why?
B: Because my English is not very good and I cannot afford tuition fees and accommodation for studying oversea.
2 mins
III. CONSOLIDATION
- Retell the main points of this lesson.
- Listen and take note.
1 mins
IV. HOMEWORK
- Assign homework. 
- Prepare the section C: Writing.
- Do the exercises at home.
- Prepare the section C: Writing.
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The Preparing Date:
The Teaching Date:
No. 31
Class: 12C7
UNIT 5 - HIGHER EDUCATION
Lesson 4 - Writing
I. Aims and Objectives:
1. Educational aim: 
- Students learn how to write a letter of request to UCAS to ask for the information about the admission requirements to the university.
2. Knowledge:
- General knowledge: Students will be able to write a letter of request
- New words: Words relating to higher education.
3. Skills: 	
- Vocabulary comprehension matching.
- Arranging the sequence of an event.
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 process of applying to a tertiary institution in Vietnam.
3. New lesson:
Time
Teacher’s activities
Students’ activities
5 mins
I. WARM-UP
- Ask students some questions about how to write a letter of request.
- Do you want to study abroad? Why or why not?
- Call some students to answer then give remarks
- Give feedback and lead Ss to new lesson.
- Listen to the T’s question
- Some students answer T’s question. Students can exchange their opinions with their friends
 Possible answers :
-Yes, I want to study abroad because the learning environment there is better than in Vietnam.
- No. I don’t want to study abroad because the cost of studying and living there is much higher in Vietnam.
12 mins
II. PRESENTATION
1. PRE-WRITING
- Teacher introduces the task: You want to apply for an undergraduate programme in a university in England. Write a letter of request (about 150 words) to UCAS to ask for the information about the admission requirements to the university, using information in the Reading and Speaking section on page 52 & 56. You may follow the outline below: 
- Guide Ss to write outlines. 
a) Introduction: 
- State the reasons why you are writing, your interest in tertiary study in England (mention the name of the programme/the universities/ ... ) 
b) Request: 
- State what information you would like them to provide: tuition fee, accommodation, exams, 
* Further information: 
- Say you would be happy to supply further information about yourself such as your English proficiency and record of secondary education study, ... 
c) Conclusion: 
- End with a polite closing. 
- Walk round the class to give Ss assistance. 
- Study the task carefully.
- Study the task carefully.
- Work in pairs to give outlines.
- One S read aloud the request of task 1
- Form groups of four and discuss and take notes the problems they may face when studying abroad.
- Some groups make discussion in front of the class; others listen and give comments.
Possible discussion:
S1: I think English language is the first problem we will face while studying abroad. We learn English in our country but we don’t have chance to speak English with native people.
S2: The second problem is learning styles at tertiary level. We are not familiar with independent learning and modern study facilities.
15 mins
2. WHILE-WRITING
- Ask Ss to 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.
* Suggested answer:
475/57 Le thanh Ton St. District 1
Ho Chi Minh City
March 15th, 2008
Dear sir/madam,
I’ve read a lot about tertiary study in the UK and very impressed by the reputation of many famous universities there. Now I am tin last year of the high school and will finish secondary education in 3 months. I am very much interested in an undergraduate course in economics in Birmingham University. Could you please send me some information about the admission requirements, tuitions fees, accommodation and details of the course? I am ready to supply any information about myself if necessary.
I look forward to hearing from you soon.
Yours faithfully,
Hoang Van Long.
- Use main ideas in the outline to write a letter of request (about 150 words) to UCAS to ask for the information about the admission requirements to the university 
- Exchange their writings for peer correction
- Correct mistakes.
- One S read aloud the request of task 2
- Do task 2: write a passage about the problems that Vietnamese students may encounter when studying abroad basing on the idea in task 1
- 1 or 2 students write his/her passage directly on the board
- Ask if necessary.
- Pay attention to such linking words as first, second, etc.
- Look at the board and correct their friend’s writings
- Give corrections or comments to the writings on the board
8 mins
3. POST- WRITING
- Ask Ss to read the letter again.
- Give remarks on the writing 
- Read the letter again
- Correct mistakes
2 mins
III. CONSOLIDATION
- Retell the main points of this lesson: How to write a letter of request.
- Listen and take note.
1 mins
IV. HOMEWORK
- Rewrite the letter at home.
- Prepare the section D (The Language focus part of Unit 5)
- Rewrite the letter at home.
- Prepare the section D (The Language focus part of Unit 5).
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PHÊ DUYỆT CỦA TỔ CHUYÊN MÔN
Kiểm tra ngày 27 tháng 10 năm 2014
* Nhận xét:
Hình thức: .......................................................
Nội dung:.........................................................
Phương pháp:...
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 Phạm Quang Tuấn
PHÊ DUYỆT CỦA BAN GIÁM HIỆU
Kiểm tra ngày  tháng 10 năm 2014
* Nhận xét: ...
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 Nguyễn Thu Thủy
The Preparing Date:
The Teaching Date:
No. 32
Class: 12C7
UNIT 5 - HIGHER EDUCATION
Lesson 5 - Language Focus
I. Aims and Objectives:
1. Educational aim: 
- Students know how to pronounce and mark the stress in words more than three-syllable.
2. Knowledge:
- General knowledge: Students learn some information to fill in a form.
- New words: Words related to a form.
3. Skills: 	
- Pronunciation: Stress in words more than three-syllable. 
- Grammar:	Conditional sentences Type I.
II. Method: 
- Intergrated, mainly communicative.
III. Teaching aids: 
- Textbook, handouts
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
- Write some more than three-syllable words on the board, and then pronounce those words aloud.
- Pay attention to its stress.
- Ask Ss to read after.
- economics 
- psychology 
- philosophy 
- engineering 
- sociology 
- mathematics 
- geographical 
- archeology 
How do we pronounce these words?
- Read again these words and lead to the lesson.
- Today, we learn how to pronounce more than three-syllable words.
- Listen to teacher.
- Read aloud.
- Pay attention to its stress.
- Understand the aim of the new lesson.
- Listen and repeat from 2-3 times.
- Some of them stand and read words aloud.
- Practise in groups.
- Some groups compare with their results and read the words in sentences aloud.
12
mins
I. PRESENTATION
1. PRONUNCIATION
a. Introduction: Give Ss some rules of word stress in more than three-syllable words.
- Help students how to pronounce those words correctly by reading first as model.
b. Practice:
- Read the words first: clearly, correctly.
- Listen and correct their pronunciation if it’s needed.
- Let students read the sentences and work in groups.
- Listen and remark each group.
- The answers can be various.
- Listen and give more questions in pairs.
- Read the sentences in chorus aloud.
23 mins
2. GRAMMAR:
a. Review some grammar structure Conditional Sentences Type I.
- Asks the question.
- Leading to the example and write it on the board.
- Explains the form and meaning.
- Shows the form and usage.
Type 1:
Example:
- Aask sts a question.
How do you feel if you get good marks?
à If I get good marks, I will feel happy.
Form: If clause: 
If clause
Main clause
S + Vinf,s,es + O
S + will + Vinf + O
Meaning: 
This type of sentence implies that the action in the if-clause is quite probable.
Some special type of Conditional sentence Type I:
* Conditional sentence of habits: 	
I often wacth TV if I am free.
If she has free time, she often goes to the supper market.
* Conditional sentence of :
Don't do if you don’t understand.
Be careful if you do the tests.
* Conditional sentence with or:
Hurry up or you will miss the train.
Be cafeful or you will get mistake again.
b. Practice:
Exercise 1: 
- Introduce the task: Complete the sentences using conditional sentence type I.
- Guide Ss to do
- Ask Ss to complete the sentences using conditional sentence type I.
- Correct mistakes.
Further Exercises:
Put the verb in brackets into the correct tenses:
If he ______ (be) late, we’ll go out without him.
If you give my dog a bone, he ______ (be) buzy it at once.
Bring him another if he ______ (not/like) this one.
He’ll be late for the train if he ______ (not start) at once.
Don’t come late or they ______ (not / let) you in.
Choose the best answer to complete the following sentences.
1. If it _____ convenient, let’s go out for a drink tonight.
A. be B. was	 C. were D. is
2. If you _____ too hot during the night turn down the central heating.
A. will feel B. felt	C. feel	 D. feels.
3. Please do not go out if it _____
A. rain B. rains	C. rained D. raining
4. If he _____ harder, the results will be better.
A. worked B. works	
C. has worked D. will work.
5. If the weather _____ fine, we will go on a picnic.
A. is B. were C. would be D. will be.
6. If his teeth still _____, he will have to go to the dentist’s again.
A. hurt B. hurts	 C. to hurt D.will hurt
7. If the car _____ modern, we will buy it.
A. had beenB. is	C. has been D. were
8. If you _____ time, please write to me.
A. have B. had C. has D. have had
- Work in groups.
- Write the answers on the board.
- Gives some example:
1. If you are tired, you will take a rest.
2. If you don’t listen to your teacher, you will not understand the lessons.
- Repeat the form and the use of Conditional sentence.
- Take notice.
- Listen to the teacher.
- Take notice.
- Understand the task
* Answers: 
1. If you fail the GCSE examination, you will not be allowed to take the entrance examination to the university. 
2. You won't be able to get into the exanimation room if you are 10 minutes late. 
3. If you don't send the application form on time, you will not be able / allowed to take the entrance exam. 
4. If you don't have a reference letter, you won't be able / allowed to submit your application form. 
5. Unless you show your identity card you won't be able / allowed to get into the examination room. 
* Answers: 
1-is 2-will be 3-doesn’t like
4- doesn’t start 5- will not let
* Answers: 
1-D 2-C 3-B 4-B
5-A 6-A 7-B 8-A
2 mins
III. CONSOLIDATION
- Retell the main points of this lesson: 
+ How to pronounce and mark the stress in words more than three-syllable.
+ Conditional sentences Type I.
- Listen and take note.
1 mins
IV. HOMEWORK
- Assign homework.
- Do exercise in part E-language focus in work book.
- Prepare next lesson: Conditional sentences Type II, IIII.
- Do exercise ‘part E-language focus’ in work book.
- Prepare next lesson: Conditional sentences Type II, IIII.
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The Preparing Date:
The Teaching Date:
No. 33
Class: 12C1
UNIT 5 - HIGHER EDUCATION
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