I. Teaching points:

1. know the names of some countries in the world.

2. adjust the name, nationality and the language of a single country.

3. introduce their nationality, the language they speak and they ask and aswer the same things like these.

4. The structures: What is his/ her nationality?

II. Preliminary activities:

1. Asks about the class situation.

2. Checks the previous learning.

3. Corrects homework.

4. Gives marks and remarks.

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Unit 15: Countries Lesson 1: A1 – A5 P. 154 – 168 Teaching points: 1. know the names of some countries in the world. 2. adjust the name, nationality and the language of a single country. 3. introduce their nationality, the language they speak and they ask and aswer the same things like these. 4. The structures: What is his/ her nationality? Preliminary activities: Asks about the class situation. Checks the previous learning. Corrects homework. Gives marks and remarks. Presentation: Pre – teach: a country (ies), nationality (ies), language(s), Great Btitain, USA greens,more,land,cutdown,(to)burn,(to) destroy ,be in danger Shows the meaning of the words. Asks students to repeat. Then calls some to check pronunciation. Rubs out and remember. 2. introduces the structure: What is his/ her nationality? Example: What is her nationality? She is Japanese. A3:listening for details A4,A5:reading Practice: 1. Plays the tape of A1for students to repeat. 2. Leaves the class to read in silence. 3. Calls some to read again to check pronunciation. 4. Gives some questions to students. 5. May delivers some pictures of famous people: My Tam, Dan Truong, David Beckamwith some questions. 6. Plays the tape of A2 for students to repeat. 7. Introduce the new structure: I speak Vietnamese. He speaks Vietnamese. Asks students to make sentences with some names: Susan, Laura, Lee 8. Shows students how to do A3. Plays the tape of A1for students to repeat. Calls some to read again to check pronunciation. Homework assignment: Teacher asks students to: 1. Write and learn by heart new words. 2. Write – it – up the surveys changing to the third persons into notebooks. 3. Do A1- 2 in the workbook. Unit 15: Countries Lesson 2: B1 – B2 P. 155 – 157 Teaching points: 1. compare the bigness of buildings, blocksand of their populations, as well. 2. know the comparative rule of some adjectives: small, big, tall, long, high... 3. know how to use the structure: ‘big – bigger – biggest’ Preliminary activities: Asks about the class situation. Checks the previous learning. Corrects homework. Gives marks and remarks. Presentation: 1. Pre – teach: population(s), capital, in the world, point(s), million 2. Asks students to repeat. 3. Plays the rub out and remember. Practice: 1. Plays the tape of B1 for students to repeat. 2. Makes students clear the adjectives: big, small, tall 3. Asks students to practice these words. Shows students how to do B2 Plays the tape for students to listen and then repeat Asks students to make a table to compare the 3 cities in 2 areas: the bigness, population. Mexico City Tokyo London Population 13.6 m 12 m 6.3 m How big? the biggest bigger the smallest May deliver some Yes/ No question to make sure the understanding of students. Introduces the questions with ‘Which’. Let students pay attention in pronunciation. Homework assignment: Teacher asks students to: 1. Write and learn by heart new words. 2. Learn by heart B1. 3. Do B1- 2 in the workbook. Unit 15: Countries Lesson 3: B3 – B4 P. 160 – 161 Teaching points: 1. compare the bigness of buildings, blocksand of their populations, as well. 2. know the comparative rule of some adjectives: small, big, tall, long, high... 3. know how to use the structure: ‘big – bigger – biggest’ Preliminary activities: Asks about the class situation. Checks the previous learning. Corrects homework. Gives marks and remarks. Presentation: 1. Pre – teach: Twin Towers, the Great Wall of China, structure(s), 2. Plays the rub out and remember. Practice: 1. Asks students to tell the high buildings they know (in the world, Vietnam) 2. Plays the tape of B3 and B5 for students to listen and repeat, then controls students to practice in pairs. 3. Asks some pairs to read for checking and correcting. 4. Give some questions: a. What is this? _ It is the Great Wall of China. b. Where is this? _ It is in China. c. Can you tell something about it? 5. Introduces the scenery and characters of the exercise. 6. Plays the tape of B4 for students to listen and repeat. 7. Makes students practice in pairs. One asks and one answers. 8. Tells students to copy all their doings into the notebooks. Adjectives So sánh hơn So sánh hơn nhất Nghĩa long big tall thick high longer/ is longer than the longest (Note: PETRONAS Twin Towers were the highest in the world in 1998. There are 8 of the ten highest buildings in the world locate in Asia. Taipei 101 Tower in Taiwan is 509 meters high and also the highest building in the world (since 2004). In the future, in 2008, the Burj will be the highest with 800 meters high and 160 floors. Source ‘Tienphong’ number 105 Sunday 15.042007) Homework assignment: Teacher asks students to: 1. Write and learn by heart new words. 2. Learn by heart B2. 3. Do A3- 4 in the workbook. Unit 15: Countries Lesson 4: C1 – C2 P. 160 – 161 Teaching points: Students can introduce some Vietnam features of geography, compare the places they learn. Students can widen their knowledge in Vietnam geography. Students can get new structures: It has many/ a lot of/ lots of Preliminary activities: Asks about the class situation. Checks the previous learning. Corrects homework. Gives marks and remarks. Presentation: 1. Pre – teach lots of = a lot of = much= many, river (the Red), mountain(s), forests, desert(s), beach(es), rain 2. Asks students to repeat. Then slap the board or rubs out and remember. Practice: 1. Introduces some geography features of Vietnam. 2. Delivers the question: ‘Why are there no deserts in Vietnam? _ Because there is a lot of rain in Vietnam.’ 3. Plays the tape of C1 for students to repeat, and then explains the meanings. 4. Leaves the class to read in silence. 5. Calls some to read out for checking and correcting. 6. Tells students to work in pairs doing the ‘Filling’ exercise. 7. Calls some students to do on board. 8. Corrects and gives marks. Explains to students how to deal with C2. Controls students to practice in pairs or in groups with the Yes/ No questions. Asks students to write the checked answers onto their notebooks. Homework assignment: Teacher asks students to: 1. Write and learn by heart new words. 2. Learn by heart C1. 3. Do C1- 2 in the workbook. Unit 15: Countries Lesson 5: C3 P. 165 Teaching points: Students can introduce some Vietnam features of geography, compare the places they learn. Students can widen their knowledge in Vietnam geography. Students can get new structures: It has many/ a lot of/ lots of Preliminary activities: Asks about the class situation. Checks the previous learning. Corrects homework. Gives marks and remarks. Practice: 1. Pre – teach (to) flow, the Gulf of Tonkin, Tibet, Mount, sea(s), Africa, Mediterranean Sea Shows the names: the Nile, Red and Mekong Rivers; Phanxipang, Mount Everest and then asks students to give the information they know./ or Rub out and remember Plays the tape of C3 for students to repeat. Calls some to read out for checking and correcting. Explains to students how to deal with the questions Tells the students to work in pairs or in groups. Controls students to do. Calls some to check. Makes students to do ‘Write – it – up’ Homework assignment: Teacher asks students to: 1. Write and learn by heart new words. 2. Learn by heart C3. 3. Do C3- 4 in the workbook.

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