Giáo án môn Tiếng Anh lớp 4 - Unit 9, 10

UNIT 10 WHERE WERE YOU YESTERDAY?

Lesson 3 (4-5-6)

I. Objectives

1. Knowledge

- Vocabulary and structures: Review

2. Skill: reading and writing

3. Attitude: By the end of the lesson, students will have been able to read and write about their activities in the past

II. Preparation

1. Teacher’s: Pictures, recording

2. Students’: Book, notebook

 

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hat they are going to say the chant What's he doing? Follow the procedure in Teaching the unit components in Introduction, 
-Have them read the chant and check comprehension.
-Play the recording more than once, if necessary, for pupils to do choral and Individual repetition until they get familiarized with the pronunciation, the stress, the rhythm and the intonation of the chant. Show pupils how to chant and do actions.
- Divide the class into groups of four and call two groups of pupils to give a demonstration: one group chants the questions, the other chants the answers. 
-Get groups to sit opposite of each other and practise chanting and doing actions. Go around offering help, if necessary. 
-Call three groups to the front of the class to chant and do actions. The rest of the class claps along to the rhythm.
Listen 
Read each line of the chant
Listen, repeat after the recording
Work in groups of four
Practice chant with partners
Practice in groups
D. Reinforcement:
- Repeat the way to pronounce the phonic letters sk and xt
E. Home link
- Ask Ss to do homework in workbook .
IV.	Evaluation
1.Teacher:
2.Student:
..
Date of preparing:
Date of teaching:
Period: 
UNIT 9 WHAT ARE THEY DOING?
Lesson 3 (4-5-6)
Objectives
1.	Knowledge
- Vocabulary and structures: Review 
2.	Skill: reading and writing 
3.	Attitude: By the end of the lesson, students will have been able to read and write about their Classroom activities.
II.	Preparation
1.	Teacher’s: Pictures, recording
2.	Students’: Book, notebook
III.	Procedure 
A.	Class organization
-	Greeting
-	Checking for the students’ attendance
B.	Oral test: during the lesson
C.	New lesson
Teacher’s activities
Time 
Student’s activities
Warm up.
Spend a few minutes revising the previous lesson. Get three groups of four to go to the front of the class to say the chant What's he doing? and do actions. Ask the rest of the class to listen and cup their hands.
Work in group of four 
4.Read and tick. 
-Tell pupils that they are going to read the text about what the pupils are doing and tick T for true statements or F for false statements. 
-Ask them to look at the statements first and then read the text, focusing on the information they need to do the task (what the characters are doing). If necessary, get pupils to work in pairs or small groups.
-Give pupils time to do the task independently. Go around offering help, if necessary.
-Get them to swap their answers before checking as a class. Provide explanations to the answers, if necessary. 
Key: 1F 2F 3F 4T 5F
Listen carefully
Read and check their comprehension
Do the task individually.
Read again and check answer.
Correct
5.Write about the picture
-Tell pupils that they are going to write a short paragraph to describe what the pupils are doing in their Art lesson, using the picture and word cues. 
-Have them look at the given words and guess what they are going to write.Then ask them to look at the picture and find out what the teacher, the girls and the boys are doing. 
-Have pupils work in pairs or groups to discuss what they are going to write. Give them enough time to do the task independently. 
-Get them to swap their answers before checking as a class. If there is time, ask one pupil to unite the answer on the board. 
Key: The teacher is drawing a mask on the board.The girls are making puppets and painting masks.The boys are making a kite and painting houses.
Listen and describe
Guess the content of writing 
Work in pairs
Swap their answer
Check and correct
6. Project
-Tell pupils that they are going to choose a photo of their family and describe what each of the family members is doing in the photo. 
-Ask them to look at their photos and find out what each person is doing. Then they should think of the words needed to describe the picture and make notes, eg. mum - cooking. kitchen; dad - reading, living room: sister - learning English, living room. 
-Get some pupils to do a demonstration in front of the class as an example before starting the activity. 
Example: My mum is cooking in the kitchen. My dad is reading in the living room. My sister is learning English in the living room. Call some pupils to the front of the class to describe their photos. 
Key: Pupils' own answers
Listen and prepare 
Look at their photos and think of the words needed to describe 
Do the task individually
Report the results
D. Reinforcement:
- Repeat the way to write a reply letter
E. Home link
-Learn by heart the new words and model sentence.
- Be ready for unit 10 -lesson 1 1,2,3 page 64 
IV.	Evaluation
1.Teacher:
2.Student:.
.
Date of preparing: 
Date of teaching:
Period 2 
UNIT 10 WHERE WERE YOU YESTERDAY? 
Lesson 1 (1, 2)
Objectives
Knowledge
- Sentence Partners: 
Where were you yesterday?
I was___________
- Vocabulary: at home, at the zoo, on the beach, at the cinema, in the school library
Skill: speaking and listening skills 
Attitude: By the end of the lesson Ps will be able to: 
use the words and phrases related to the topic Past activities. 
ask and answer questions about where someone was in the past, using Where were you yesterday? I was...
Preparation
1. Teacher’s: student’s and teacher’s book, pictures, cassette.
2. Students’: books, notebooks, workbooks.
Procedure 
 Class organization:	
- Greeting
- Checking for the students' attendance.
B. Oral test:
No check 
New lesson:
Teacher’s activities
Time
Students’ activities
Warm up
-Spend a few minutes revising the previous unit. Get some pupils to go to the front of the class to tell what their family members are possibly doing at the moment, e.g. My mum is working in the hospital. My dad is working on the farm. My sister is learning at school.
Work individually
1. Look , listen and repeat
* Pre-teach vocabulary 
-at home: 
-at the zoo: 
-on the beach: 
-at the cinema: 
-in the school library: 
-yesterday:
*Check-up vocabulary: R.O.R
- Tell pupils that they are going to find out about how to ask and answer questions about where someone was yesterday. 
- Ask them to look at the four pictures to identify the context in which the language is used. Ask questions such as:
Who are they?
Where are they?
What are they talking about?
-Help them to identify that Miss Hien asks the pupils where they were yesterday and they answer
-Check comprehension. 
-Play the recording more than once, if necessary, for pupils to listen and repeat. Do choral and individual repetition, pointing to the characters speaking. 
-Language note: Was is used with singular pronouns and were is used with plural ones.
- Copy down and remember
- Listen carefully
- Identify and answer the question 
Identify 
Give feedback 
- Listen and repeat.
- Listen and note down
2.Point and say 
Focus on the structure they are going to use
S1: Where were you yesterday?
S2:I was... 
-Tell pupils that they are going to practise asking and answering questions about where someone was in the past. 
-Have them look at the bubbles to understand how to use the language. 
-Ask them to look at the pictures to identify where the people were yesterday. 
-Point to the first picture and model the task with one pupil, using the question and the answer in the bubbles and the phrase under the picture
-Ask pupils to say the question and the answer chorally and individually. Repeat the same procedure with the rest of the pictures. 
- Ask pupils to practise in pairs, using the prompts in the bubbles and the phrases under the pictures. Monitor the activity and offer help, if necessary.
- Select some pairs to demonstrate the task in front of the class. Check as a class.
- Listen carefully and note down 
Listen 
Check their understanding
Look at the pictures and identify
Do model task 
Say chorally and individually
Practice in pair
Perform in front of class 
3. Work in pairs. Ask your partners where they were yesterday.
-Tell pupils that they are going to practise using:
Where were you yesterday?
I was ...
- Ask them to work in pairs: one pupil asks the question and the other gives the answer about where they were yesterday. Monitor the activity and offer help, if necessary.
- Select some pairs to role-play in front of the class.
Listen 
Work in pair
Role- play 
D.Consolidation
- Asking Ps to focus on the structure once again.
- Retell the content of the lesson.
E. Home-link
- learn by heart the structure 
IV. Evaluation
Teacher:............................................................................
Student:............................................................................
.
Date of preparing:
Date of teaching:
Period:
UNIT 10 WHERE WERE YOU YESTERDAY? 
Lesson 1 (3-4-5)
I.	Objectives
1.	Knowledge
- Vocabulary: review
- Structure: review
2.	Skill: listening, speaking
3.	Attitude: By the end of the lesson, students will have been able to listen to the CD , tick to the correct picture and using the structure :Where were you yesterday?I was... to complete the exercise .
II.	Preparation
1.	Teacher’s: Pictures, recording
2.	Students’: Book, notebook
III.	Procedure 
A.	Class organization
-	Greeting
-	Checking for the students’ attendance
B.	Oral test
- During the lesson 
C.	New lesson
Teacher’s activities
Time 
Student’s activities
Warm up.
- Spend a few minutes revising the previous lesson. Get some pairs of pupils to go to the front of the class to ask and answer questions about where someone was yesterday/yesterday morning/yesterday afternoon/last weekend.
Revise individually 
3. Listen and tick.
- Tell pupils that they are going to listen to three dialogues about where the characters were and tick the correct pictures. 
- Have them look at the pictures to identify the similarities and differences. Check understanding. 
- Play the recording more than once, if necessary, for pupils to listen and tick the correct pictures. Tell them that they should focus on where each pupil was. 
- Get pupils to swap their answers before you check as a class. Monitor the activity and offer help, if necessary.
-Key: 1 c 2 b 3 a 
Audio script 
1. Tom: Where were you yesterday morning, Nam? 
Nam: I was at school. What about you, Tom?
Tom: I was at school, too. 
2. Mai: Where were you yesterday afternoon, Linda? Linda: I was in the school library. 
Mai: Were you there with Akiko? 
Linda: No. Akiko was in her classroom. 
3. Jack: Where were you last weekend? 
Tony: I was on the beach. 
Jack-Wow, that's wonderful!
Listen carefully 
Identify
Listen and tick the correct pictures.
Swap their answer
Listen and check
4. Look and write.
-Give them a few seconds to look at the questions and the incomplete answers and to identify the missing words they need to complete the answers. Then focus pupils on the pictures to identify where the characters were. If necessary, get pupils to work in pairs. 
-Give them time to do the task independently. Go around and offer help, if necessary. 
-Get pupils to swap their answers before checking as a class. If there is enough time, call some pairs to role-play the dialogues. 
Key: 1.at home/in the kitchen 
2. in the library/at school 
3. on the beach
Look at the question and the incomplete answers 
Identify in pairs
Do the task individually
Swap the answer
Check and correct
5. Let’s sing.
-Tell pupils that they are going to sing the song Where were you yesterday? 
-Teach the song, following the procedure in Teaching the unit components in introduction. First, have pupils read each line of the lyrics aloud. Do choral and individual repetition and check comprehension. Then, play the recording all the way through. Ask pupils to do choral and individual repetition of the song line by line.
- When pupils are familiar with the tune, ask two groups of pupils to the front of the class. One group sings the questions and the other sings the answers. Have the rest of the class sing together and clap hands.
Listen 
Sing the song after T’s guide
+ read each line of lyrics aloud
+ do choral and individual repetition.
Sing in two groups
D. Reinforcement:
- Recall the main content.
E. Home link: 
-Learn by heart the new words and model sentence.
-Practice the song “ where was you yesterday?”
IV.	Evaluation
1.Teacher:
2.Student:
Date of preparing:
Date of teaching:
Period: 
UNIT 10 WHERE WERE YOU YESTERDAY? 
Lesson 2 (1-2-3)
I.	Objectives
1.	Knowledge
- Vocabulary: (to) water, flower, yesterday
- Structures: What did you do yesterday?
I + verb-ed
2.	Skill: listening, speaking
3.	Attitude: By the end of the lesson, students will have been able to ask and answer questions about what someone did in the past, using What did you do yesterday? I + verb-ed
II.	Preparation
1.	Teacher’s: Pictures, recording
2.	Students’: Book, notebook
III.	Procedure 
A.	Class organization
-	Greeting
-	Checking for the students’ attendance
B.	Oral test
- Ask some students about structure : Where was you yesterday? 
C.	New lesson
Teacher’s activities
Time 
Student’s activities
Warm up.
Spend a few minutes revising the previous lesson by calling some pupils to the front of the class to sing the song Where were you yesterday?
Work individually
1. Look, listen and repeat.
* Pre-teach vocabulary 
- (to) water : tưới nước
- flower: bông hoa
- yesterday: hôm qua
*Check-up vocabulary: R.O.R
- Tell pupils that they are going to read a story where pupils ask and answer questions about what they did in the past. 
-Ask them to look at the four pictures to identify the characters and the context in which the language is used. You may ask questions such as: 
Who are they?
Where are they?
What are they doing?
-Check comprehension. 
-Play the recording more than once, if necessary, for pupils to listen and repeat the language. Do choral and individual repetition, pointing to the characters speaking.
Copy down and remember
Listen carefully
Look and answer.
Give feedback
Listen and repeat in choral and individually
2. Point and say
Focus Ss the structure they are going to use to do the task 
S1 :What did you do yesterday?
S2: I watered the flowers.
- Tell pupils that they are going to ask and answer questions about what someone did in the past. 
- Have them look at the bubbles to understand how the language is used to ask and answer questions about what someone did in the past, using:
What did you do yesterday?
I+ verb-ed.
- Ask pupils to look at the four pictures to identify what the pupils did yesterday. Teach the phrases played badminton, painted a picture and watered the flowers.
- Point to the first picture and do the task with one pupil as a model, using the question in the first bubble and the phrase under the picture for the answer yesterday? 
-Ask pupils to say the question and the answer chorally and individually. Repeat the same procedure with the rest of the pictures. Ask them to practicee in pairs: one asks file question and the other gives the answer, using the prompts in the bubbles and the picture cues. Then select some pairs of pupils to demonstrate the task in front of the class. Check as a class or correct pronunciation, if necessary. 
Language note: In this lesson, verb-ed is used to express an action that happened in the past. Expressions for the past time include yesterday, yesterday morning/afternoon/ evening, last night and last week/month/year.
Listen and answer
Listen carefully 
Focus on the structure
Identify and note down 
Do model
Repeat the example aloud
Practice in pairs
Act out in front of the class
Note down
Let’s talk.
- Tell pupils that they are going to revise what they have learnt in using:
Where were you yesterday?
 What did you do?
- Ask them to work in pairs: one asks the questions and the other facts about themselves.
- Select some pairs to role-play in front of the class.
Listen 
Listen and work in pairs
Act out in front of class
D. Reinforcement:
- Repeat the way to ask and answer questions about weekly activities.
E. Home link
-Learn by heart the new words and model sentence.
-Be ready for lesson 2: 4,5,6
IV.	Evaluation
1.Teacher:
2.Student:
Date of preparing:
Date of teaching:
Period: 
UNIT 10 WHERE WERE YOU YESTERDAY? 
Lesson 2 (4-5-6)
I.	Objectives
1.	Knowledge
- Vocabulary: Review 
- Structures: Review
2.	Skill: listening, reading, writing 
3.	Attitude: By the end of the lesson, students will have been able to to listen to the CD and number the pictures. Look at the pictures and write about the pictures using Where was you are yesterday? 
II.	Preparation
1.	Teacher’s: Pictures, recording
2.	Students’: Book, notebook
III.	Procedure 
A.	Class organization
-	Greeting
-	Checking for the students’ attendance
B.	Oral test
- no check 
C.	New lesson
Teacher’s activities
Time
Student’s activities
Warm up.
-Spend a few minutes revising the previous lesson by playing Charades. Follow the procedure in Games in Introduction. Ask pupils to mime what they did yesterday 
e.g. watched TV, played badminton, watered the flowers, painted a picture.
Play in groups 
Listen and number
- Tell pupils that they are going to listen to four dialogues about where Linda was and what she did, and number the pictures. Check understanding. 
- Play the recording more than once, if necessary, for pupils to listen and number the pictures. Ask them to focus on where Linda was and what she did. 
- Get pupils to swap their answers before you check as a class. Monitor the activity and offer help, if necessary. 
Key: a 3 , b1 , c2 
Audio script 
1. Tom: Where were you yesterday morning? 
 Linda: I was at home.
 Tom: What did you do? 
 Linda: I watered the flowers. 
2. Mai: Where were you yesterday afternoon? 
 Linda: I was on the beach at Ha Long Bay. 
 Mai: What did you do? 
 Linda: I painted a picture. 
3. Jack: Where were you last weekend? 
 Linda: I was at school. 
 Jack: What did you do there? 
 Linda: I played volleyball.
Listen 
Listen and number the pictures
Swap their answers
Listen and check, correct
5. Look and write
- Tell pupils that they are going to complete the answers to the questions about where the characters were and what they did, using the picture cues. Ask them to look at the three pictures to identify where the characters were and what they did. Then ask pupils to read the incomplete answers and find appropriate words to fill the gaps.
- Give pupils time to do the task independently. Go around and offer help, if necessary. 
- Get them to swap their answers before checking as a class. If there is enough time, call some pairs to act out the dialogues. 
Key: 1. in the garden, watered the flowers 
2.in the bedroom, watched TV 
3. on the beach, played football
Listen 
Look at the picture and identify 
Read the incomplete answers question
Do the task individually
Check and correct
6. Let’s play.
- Tell pupils that they are going to play the game Pelmanism. Follow the procedure in Games in Introduction. 
-Ask them to play in small groups. Prepare two sets of cards for each group, one with activities in the present tense, and the other with the same activities in the past tense. 
-How to play: First, one player in each group shuffles the cards and lays them face down on the table. Each player in turn selects two cards and turns them over. If the cards show the same activity in the present and past tenses, that player wins the pair and goes on to turn over another pair of cards. If the cards show different activities, that player should turn them face down again and the next player has a turn. The game ends when all the cards are gone.The winner is the player with the most pairs. 
- Call on one group to act out the game in front of the class.
Listen 
Listen and divide into groups
Listen to the rules of game
Act out the game in front of class
D. Reinforcement:
- Repeat the way to ask a

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