Giáo án Tiếng Anh 5 - Unit 11: What's the matter with you?

Unit 11: What's the matter with you?

Period 73: Lesson 1 Part 1+2+3

I. Objectives:

After the lesson students will be able to ask and answer questions about ask and answer questions about common health problems.

- Develop Ss listening and speaking skills

Language focus:

- Sentence Partners: What's the matter with you?-I have.

- Vocabulary: A toothache, an earache, a sore throat, a stomachache, a headache, a backache, have a fever/ temperature, have a pain in throat, feel, matter

II. Teaching aids:

- Books, notebooks, workbooks, cassette player + tape.

III. Teaching processes:

1. Class organization: - Greeting

- Checking students' attendance.

2. Oral test: - Check pupils: book, notebook.

3. New lesson:

Warm up: Invite a few pupils to role play the short story in Review 2. Then introduce the new unit by writing What's the matter with you? on the board and check pupils' comprehension. Explain the unit title before they repeat it twice.

 

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Have Ps repeat the text a few times. Repeat the procedure with the second picture.
Do choral and individual repetition, pointing to the characters speaking.
Play the recording for Ps to listen and say along. 
Have Ps to find out the new structure: asking and answering questions common health problems, using What's the matter with you?-I have...Whole class repeats it for several times
2. Point and say
 New words: A toothache an earache a sore throat
 a stomachache a headache a backache
 have a fever/ temperature have a pain in throat
 feel matter
Sentence Partners: What's the matter with you?-I have...
Tell the class that they are going to practise asking and answering questions about common health problems, using What's the matter with you? I have...
Get them to practise the answers before introducing the question. Point to the pictures for pupils to repeat the words under them and check their understanding. Explain the meanings, if necessary. Then ask pupils to practise the complete answers.
Ask the question What's the matter with you? for the class to answer chorally
Have them practise the question and answers in pairs. Monitor the activity and offer help, if necessary.
Invite one or two pairs to speak to check how well they have practised the question and answers. Correct their pronunciation, if necessary.
3. Let’s talk
Tell the class that they are going to practise further by asking and answering questions about common health problems.
Get them to imagine they have certain health problems and use the question and answers in their books. What's the matter with you? I have...
Set a time limit for them to practise. Monitor the activity and offer help, if necessary.
Invite two or three pairs to act out their conversations 
 4. Consolidation 
 - Consolidate the content of the lesson 
 5. Home-link
 - Do exercises in the workbook. Learn by heart the new words and the new structure. Prepare for the next lesson
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Preparing: ...................................
Teaching: ...................................
Unit 11: What's the matter with you?
Period 74: Lesson 1 Part 4+5+6
I. Objectives:
After the lesson students will be able to ask and answer questions about common health problems
- Develop Ss reading and listening skills
Language focus: 
- Sentence Partners: What's the matter with you? - I have...
II. Teaching aids: 
- Books, notebooks, workbooks, cassette player + tape.
III. Teaching processes:
1. Class organization:	- Greeting
- Checking students' attendance.
2. Oral test: - Check pupils: new words
3. New lesson:
Warm up Spend a few minutes revising the story in Activity 1 by inviting three pupils to act out the story..
4. Listen and tick.
Tell pupils that they are going to listen to the recording and tick the problem of each character.
Play the recording all the way through for pupils to listen. Play it again for them to do the task.
Get them to compare their answers before checking as a class. Give explanations for answers which pupils find difficult. Play the recording again to confirm the answers
 Key: Nam: toothache; Peter: stomachache; Linda: headache; Tony: sorethroat
 Audio script
1.Mai:
What's the matter with you, Nam?
2.Quan:
Where's Peter, Linda?
Linda:
He can't come to school today.
Nam:
I have a bad toothache.
He's seeing the doctor.
Mai:
Oh, poor you!
Quan:
What's the matter with him?
3.Mai:
I can't see Linda. Where is she?
Linda:
He has a stomach ache.
Quan:
She's at home today.
4. Mai:
Hello?
Mai:
What's the matter with her?
Tony:
Hi, Mai. It's Tony.
Quan:
She has a bad headache.
Mai:
Sorry. I can't hear you.
Mai:
Oh, really? Let's go and see her
Tony:
It's Tony. It's Tony!
after school.
Mai:
Oh, Tony! What's the matter
with your voice?
Tony:
I have a bad sore throat. Sorry,
I can't meet you today.
5. Read and complete.
Tell the class that they are going to read the text and fill the gaps with earache, sore throat, stomach ache, fever and toothache. Remind them to focus on the context to select the appropriate words from the box.
Get pupils to swap and compare their answers in pairs before checking as a class
Key:	1, toothache 2. fever 3. earache 4. stomach ache 5. sore throat6. 6. Let’s sing.
Tell Ps that they are going to sing the song What's the matter with you? Have them read the lyrics. Check their comprehension.
Play the recording all the way through for pupils to listen and follow in their books. Play it again for them to repeat line by line. When they are familiar with the melody, ask them to sing along with the music before practising doing actions.
Invite one or two groups to sing the song and do actions in front of the class..
 4. Consolidation 
 - Consolidate the content of the lesson 
 5. Home-link
 - Do exercises in the workbook. Prepare for the next lesson
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Preparing: ...................................
Teaching: ...................................
Unit 11: What's the matter with you?
Period 75: Lesson 2 Part 1+2+3
I. Objectives:
After the lesson students will be able to give and respond to advice on common health problems
- Develop Ss listening and speaking skills
Language focus:
- Sentence Partners: You should/shouldn't... Yes, I will./OK, I won't.
- Vocabulary: Should, shouldn’t, in the corner of the gym, go to the dentist, take/ have a rest, carry heavy things, have a bad cough
II. Teaching aids: 
- Books, notebooks, workbooks, cassette player + tape.
III. Teaching processes:
1. Class organization:	- Greeting
- Checking students' attendance.
2. Oral test:
 - Check pupils: asking and answering questions about common health problems
3. New lesson:
Warm up sing the song What's the matter with you?
1. Look, listen and repeat.
Tell the class that they are going to read a story. Check their comprehension by pointing at each picture to elicit their answers to these questions: Who's this? Who's he/she talking with? What's the matter with him? Where's he? Who's with him?
Have Ps repeat the text a few times. Repeat the procedure with the second picture. Give feedback and check the new vocabulary.
Play the recording for Ps to listen and say along.
Have Ps to find out the new structure: give and respond to advice on common health problems, using You should/shouldn't... Yes, I will./OK, I won't.
Whole class repeats it for several times
2. Point and say. 
New words: Should shouldn’t in the corner of the gym
 go to the dentist take/ have a rest carry heavy things
 have a bad cough
Sentence Partners: You should/shouldn't... Yes, I will./OK, I won't.
Tell the class that they are going to practise giving advice on common health problems and responding, using You should/shouldn't... Yes, I will./Ok, I won't.
Have them practise giving advice. Point at each picture and say the words under it for pupils to repeat once or twice. Then have them practise giving advice and responding with Yes, I will. Thanks. or Ok, I won't. Thanks.
Ask them to work in pairs. Monitor the activity and offer help, if necessary.
Invite one or two pairs to perform the task
 *)Language note: We can say go to the doctor/dentist or go to the doctor's/dentist's
 Pupils should say thank you/thanks when they receive advice
3. Let’s talk
Tell the class that they are going to practise further by giving advice on health problems and responding. Get them to act out different illnesses and use the phrases in their books.
Set a time limit for them to practise. Monitor the activity and offer help, if necessary
Invite one or two pairs to perform the task. Ss give the remark
 4. Consolidation 
 - Consolidate the content of the lesson 
 5. Home-link
 - Do exercises in the workbook. Learn by heart the new words and the new structure. Prepare for the next lesson
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Preparing: ...................................
Teaching: ...................................
Unit 11: What's the matter with you?
Period 76: Lesson 2 Part 4+5+6
I. Objectives:
After the lesson students will be able to give and respond to advice on common health problems
- Develop Ss listening and writing skills
Language focus: - Sentence Partners: You should/shouldn't... Yes, I will./OK, I won't.
II. Teaching aids: - Books, notebooks, workbooks, cassette player + tape.
III. Teaching processes:
1. Class organization:	- Greeting
- Checking students' attendance.
2. Oral test: - Check pupils: new words. 
3. New lesson
Warm up: Spend a few minutes having the class revise the story in Activity 1. Invite four pupils to act out the story
4. Listen and complete.
Tell the class that they are going to listen and complete the table. Ask them to read the information and guess the advice.
Play the recording all the way through for them to listen. Play it again for them to complete the table.
Get them to compare their answers before checking as a class
Key: 1.	Quan:	should go	 to the doctor 2. Tony: shouldn't go to school
 3. Phong: shouldn't eat ice cream 4. Mrs Green: shouldn't carry heavy things
 Audio script
1.Quan:
I don't feel very well.
2. Tony's mother: You don't look very we
Mai:
What's the matter with you?
What's the matter with you?
Quan:
I have a stomach ache.
Mai:
Sorry to hear that. You should
Tony:
I have a fever.
go to the doctor now, Quan.
Tony's mother: Let me see. Oh, you're
Quan:
OK, I will. Thanks.
very hot. You shouldn't go
3. Mai:
Let's have ice cream.
to school today.
Nam:
Great idea!
4. Nam:
Hi, Mrs Green. What's the
Sorry, I can't.
matter with you?
Mai:
What's the matter with you,
Mrs Green:
I have a backache.
Phong?
Nam:
Sorry to hear that. Oh,
Phong:
I have a bad toothache.
you shouldn't carry heavy
Mai:
Oh, then you shouldn't eat ice
things. Let me help you.
cream. How about milk?
Mrs Green:
Thanks, Nam. That's very
Phong:
Good idea. Thanks, Mai.
kind of you.
y
5. Read and complete. Then say aloud.
Tell the class that they are going to read the text and complete the conversations. Tell them to read and guess the words to fill the blanks.
Set a time limit for them to do the task independently.
Get them to read what their partner has written before inviting two or three pupils to read their answers aloud. Then give feedback.
 Key: 	1. matter	 2. has	 3. doctor	 4. stomach	 5. rest
6. Let’s play.
Tell the class that they are going to play Charades
Revise the names of the body parts before starting the game.
Have the class play the game in groups of six. Pupils in each group take turns to mime the illness while the others guess. The quickest pupil to guess the illness correctly gets one point. Set a time limit for them to play the game. Those with the most points at the end of the game are the winners.
 4. Consolidation - Consolidate the content of the lesson 
 5. Home-link 
- Do exercises in the workbook. Prepare for the next lesson
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Preparing: ...................................
Teaching: ...................................
Unit 11: What's the matter with you?
Period 77: Lesson 3 Part 1+2+3
I. Objectives:
After the lesson students will be able to ask and answer questions about common health problems, give and respond to advice on common health problems, say questions and answers with the correct intonation
- Develop Ss listening and speaking skills
Language focus: 
- Sentence Partners: What's the matter with you?-I have...
 You should/shouldn't... Yes, I will./OK, I won't.
II. Teaching aids: - Books, notebooks, workbooks, cassette player + tape.
III. Teaching processes:
1. Class organization:	- Greeting
- Checking students' attendance.
2. Oral test: - Check pupils: asking and answering questions about school events, what someone is going to do/play on Sports Day.
3. New lesson
Warm up: Spend a few minutes revising the previous lesson by inviting some pupils to role-play the conversations in Lesson 2, Activity 5
1. Listen and repeat.
Tell the class that they are going to practise saying questions and answers with the correct intonation
Play the recording all the way through for pupils to listen and follow in their books. Then play it again for them to repeat the sentences twice
Language note: Wh-questions usually have a falling intonation, which can be marked with an arrow like this at the end
2. Listen and circle a or b. Then ask and answer
Tell Ps that they are going to listen and circle a or b to complete the sentences
Give pupils a few seconds to read the sentences in silence before playing the recording for them to do the task.
Get pupils to compare their answers in pairs before checking as a class. Then tell them to ask and answer the questions in pairs.
 Key:	1 b 2 b 3 a 4 a
Audio script
What's the matter with you? I have a headache.
What's the matter with you? I have a backache.
What's the matter with you? I have a stomach ache.
What's the matter with you? I have a pain in my stomach3. Let’s chant.
Tell Ps that they are going to say the chant What's the matter with you? Have them read it and check their comprehension.
Play the recording all the way through for them to listen and follow in their books. Then play it again for them to repeat each line.
Have them practise the chant and do actions in groups.
Invite two groups to say the chant and do actions. One group says the questions and gives advice. The other gives the answers
 4 .Consolidation - Consolidate the content of the lesson 
 5. Home-link- Do exercises in the workbook. Prepare for the next lesson
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Preparing: ...................................
Teaching: ...................................
Unit 11: What's the matter with you?
Period 78 : Lesson 3 Part 4+5+6+7
I. Objectives:
After the lesson students will be able to ask and answer questions about lessons, how often someone has a subject, 
- Develop Ss speaking, reading, and writing skills
Language focus: 
- Sentence Partners: What did you see at the zoo? - I saw...
 What did the............when you go there? - They.............
II. Teaching aids: 
- Books, notebooks, workbooks, cassette player + tape.
III. Teaching processes:
1. Class organization:	- Greeting
- Checking students' attendance.
2. Oral test:
 - Check pupils: answer questions about common health problems, using What's 
give and respond to advice on common health problems.
3. New lesson
Warm up sing the chant What's the matter with you?
4. Read and match. Then say.
Tell the class that they are going to read the text and match the sentence halves.
Get pupils to read the sentence halves. Explain the unfamiliar words, if necessary.
Set a time limit for them to do the task independently. Monitor the activity and offer help, if necessary.
Have pupils swap and compare their answers before checking as a class.
Ask them to work in pairs and tell each other how to stay healthy.
Key:	1.	f	 2. d 3. e 4. a 5. c 6. b
5. Write your advice.
Tell the class that they are going to write some advice for the characters.
Give them time to read the health problems of the characters in the book.
Set a time limit for them to write the answers. Monitor the activity and offer help, if necessary.
Remind them about punctuation and when to use capital letters
Get them to read their advice in pairs before inviting two or three pupils to read their answers aloud.
Suggested answers:
1. Tony should brush his teeth after meals. He shouldn't eat ice cream.
2. Quan should keep warm. He shouldn't go out.
3. Phong should eat healthy foods. He shouldn't eat too much chocolate.
 4. Phong should keep warm. He shouldn't talk too much or eat ice cream
6. Project.
Tell the class that they are going to talk about two common health problems and give advice.
Get pupils to work in groups to decide which health problems to talk about and what advice to give.
Remind them to use information from this unit and write their advice on paper.
Select a few groups to give their advice.
7. Colour the stars.
Have the class read the statements and check their comprehension.
Give them time to colour the stars and invite a few pupils to read the statements aloud.
Give further support to pupils who find it difficult to achieve certain objectives
 4. Consolidation 
 - Consolidate the content of the lesson 
 5. Home-link
 - Do exercises in the workbook. Prepare for the next lesson
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Preparing: ...................................
Teaching: ...................................
Unit 12 : Don't ride your bike too fast!
Period 79: Lesson 1 Part 1+2+3
I. Objectives:
After the lesson students will be able to express and respond to concerns about possible accidents at home.
- Develop Ss listening and speaking skills
Language focus: 
- Sentence Partners: Don't...! OK, I won't.
- Vocabulary: Play with matches, ride yur bike too fast, climb the tree, cut the cabbage, upstairs, hear, reply, dangerous, ride my bike down this busy road
II. Teaching aids: - Books, notebooks, workbooks, cassette player + tape.
III. Teaching processes:
1. Class organization:	- Greeting
- Checking students' attendance.
2. Oral test: - Check pupils: book, notebook. 
3. New lesson:
Warm up: Have the class report the results of the class health survey from Unit 11, Lesson 3, Activity 6. Introduce the new lesson by writing the unit title on the board and have pupils repeat it twice
1. Look, listen and repeat.
Have the class look at the pictures. Point at each character and elicit the answers to these questions: Who's he/she? What's she doing with the knife? What's she doing with the stove? What does he say to her? What does she answer? Have Ps repeat the text a few times. Repeat the procedure with the second picture.
Do choral and individual repetition, pointing to the characters speaking.
Play the recording for Ps to listen and say along. 
Have Ps to find out the new structure: express and respond to concerns about possible accidents at home, using Don't...! OK, I won't. Whole class repeats it for several times
2. Point and say
 New words: Play with matches ride yur bike too fast climb the tree
 cut the cabbage upstairs hear
 reply dangerous ride my bike down this busy road
Sentence Partners: Don't...! OK, I won't
Tell the class that they are going to practise expressing and responding to concerns about possible accidents at home, using Don't...! OK, I won't. Give the meanings of matches and run down the stairs.
Have them look at the pictures and repeat the phrases once or twice
Point at each picture and have pupils practise saying sentences with Don't..., using the information under each picture
Get them to practise in pairs. Monitor the activity and offer help, if necessary
Invite one or two pairs to say the sentences to check how well they have practised
3. Let’s talk
Tell the class that they are going to practise further by talking about accidents at home. Get them to work in pairs and use the sentences in their books. Set a time limit for them to practise. Monitor the activity and offer help, if necessary.
Invite a few pairs to act out their conversations in front of the class. Then give feedback.
 4. Consolidation - Consolidate the content of the lesson 
 5. Home-link
 - Do exercises in the workbook. Learn by heart the new words and the new structure. Prepare for the next lesson
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Preparing: ....................2017
Teaching: ..................2017
Unit 12 : Don't ride your bike too fast!
Period 80: Lesson 1 Part 4+5+6
I. Objectives:
After the lesson students will be able to express and respond to concerns about possible accidents at home.
- Develop Ss listening and speaking skills
Language focus: 
- Sentence Partners: Don't...! OK, I won't.
II. Teaching aids: 
- Books, notebooks, workbooks, cassette player + tape.
III. Teaching processes:
1. Class organization:	- Greeting
- Checking students' attendance.
2. Oral test:
 - Check pupils: express and respond to concerns about possible accidents at home.
3. New lesson:
Warm up Spend a few minutes revising the previous lesson by inviting one or two pairs of pupils to talk about accidents at home and give advice in front of the class, using Don't...! and OK, I won't.
4. Listen and tick.
Tell pupils that they are going to listen to the recording and tick the correct pictures.
Play the recording all the way through for pupils to listen. Play it again for them to do the task. Monitor the activity and offer help, if necessary.
Get them to compare their answers before checking as a class. Play the recording a third time for them to listen again, if necessary.
 Key: 1. b	 2. c	 3	. a	 4. b
 Audio script
1. Mother:
What are you doing with the knife, Mary?
2. Phong:
I'm going to run down the stairs.
Tom:
Don't do it!
Mary:
I'm cutting the fruit.
Phong:
Why not?
Mother:
Don't play with the sharp knife!
Tom:
It's dangerous.
You may cut yourself!
Phong:
OK.
Mary:
OK, I won't, Mum.
4. Mai:
What are you doing here, Nam?
3. Linda:
Hey, Trung. Where are you going?
Nam:
Look. I'm going to climb the tree to pick some apples
Trung:
I'm riding to the sports centre.
Linda:
Don't ride your bike too fast!
Mai:
Don't climb the tree!
Trung:
V
Don't worry. I won't.
Nam:
OK, I won't.
J
5. Read and complete.
Tell the class that the

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