Giáo án Tiếng anh Lớp 6 (Sách thí điểm) - Unit 9: Cities of the world

II. Presentation:(10’)

- Ask sts to recall what Tom told Mai about in the conversation in Getting started.

- Ask sts to underline all the verbs in the present perfect tense.

- Use the Grammar box to help you explain that present perfect is used to show that one has had or has never had this experience.

- Provide the form of the present perfect.

- Notice the past particple.

- Ask sts to look for the original verb of the past participles in the conversation.

- Notice the use of “never” and “ever”.

- Have sts play a game: Write the list of verbs on the board. Divided sts into two groups and get them to the board and write the past participles of the verbs.

- Check and give mark for each team

- Have them repeat the verbs

 III. Practice:(18’)

- Ask ss to read all the sentences and work in pairs to do exercise

- Ask ss to give the answer

- Ask ss to read all the sentences and work in pairs to do exercise

- Ask ss to give the answer

IV. Further- practise: 5’

- Ask ss to look at the picture and answer

? Can you tell me what he does in the picture?

 

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V. Procedures:
Teacher’s activities
Students’ activities
Contents
 I. Warm-up:(5’)
- Ask ss some questions.
? Do you remember about Mai and Tom?
? Which cities did Mai and Tom talk about at the begining of the unit?
? How did Tom describe the three cities?
? What did he talk about?
? Which adjectives did he use?
- Introduce the lesson.
II. Presentation:(10’)
- Ask ss to read all the words and work in groups to do matching in 1.
- Ask ss to go to the board and match.
- Have other sts check.
- Ask sts to read the words again.
- Give feedback.
- If have time ask sts to use the adjectives to describe the three cities that Mai and Tom talked about.
III. Practice:(15’)
- Ask sts look all the words and guide ss how to do exercise
? Which words can you use to describe “city” ?
Food?
People?
Building?
Weather?
- Have sts work in groups.
- Tell them can use the words in 1- encourage sts to add other adjectives.
- Give feedback.
- Point out that some adjs can’t go with particular nouns. We can not say
Ex: long/ short city
 Rainy people
- Have practise the /əʊ/ and /ai/sound together in 3.
- Model the two sounds with cold and sky.
- Let sts see how the sounds are formed.
- Ask sts to give words that have these two sounds.
- Play the recording and ask sts to listen and fill in the suitable column.
- Play the recording again and have sts give the answer.
IV. Further- practise: 14’
- Ask ss to listen and repeat 
* GRAMMAR
- Ask ss to look at all the pictures.
- Give example
- Ask sts to work individually to complete the fact sheet, using one of the pictures provided
- Have sts work in pairs compare the answer.
- Ask them to discuss whether they agree with each other’s answers (if thye don’t not agree the answers, encourage them to give reasons. Don’t give corrective feedback at this stage)
- Have sts ask and answer questions about the fact using Most + adjectives.
- Encourage sts to expand the fact sheet by adding information like:
Ex: The most famous woman in Britain
The most well-known novel/ movie.
The most famous footballer/ actor/ actress.
The most popular sports,
- Ask sts to remember how the comparatives of long adjectives are formed.
- Write the form of the suparlatives of long adjectives on the board.
V. Homework: (1’)
- Practise the soud /əʊ/ and /ai/
- Prepare A closer look 2.
- Listen and answer.
- Yes/ no
- Rio de Janeiro, Sydney, and new York
- Rio de Janeiro is exciting, it’s very hot. Sydney isn’t so hot, the beaches in Sydney are clean and beautiful. London has bad weather, there are also modern buildings. 
- The weather, the beaches and the buildings.
- exciting, hot, clean, beautiful, bad, modern
- Listen and write.
- Read all the words and match the words in A with their opposites in B.
- Go to the board and match.
- Check
- Read again
- Write
- Use the adj to describe the three that Mai and Tom talked about.
- Listen and remember
listen and answer
Beautiful, old
Delicious,cheap..
Beautiful
Modern, historic...
Cold, hot..
- Work in groups.
- use the words in 1to add other adjectives.
- Takenote.
- Listen and note.
- Read all the sentences
- Listen 
- See how the sounds are formed.
- Give words that have these two sounds.
 - Listen and fill in the suitable column.
Give the answer 
- Write and repeat.
- Read all the sentences
- Look at all the pictures.
- Listen and write
- Work individually to complete the fact sheet, using one of the pictures provided
work individually to complete the fact sheet, using one of the pictures provided
- Work in pairs compare the answer.
- Discuss whether they agree with each other’s answers
- Look at their earlier answer.
- Ask and answer questions about the fact using most + adjectives.
Ex: Sydney is the most exciting city.
There are the most beautiful beaches.
- Remember how the comparatives of long adjectives are formed.
- Write the form of the suparlatives of long adjectives
S + the + most + adj
There are the most beautiful beaches.
- Find the superlatives in the text in 6
 Unit 9: (Continued)
 Lesson1: A closer look 1
* VOCABULARY
 1. Match the words in A with their opposites in B. Some words may have more than one opposite.
1. old – new
2. dangerous – safe
3. quiet – noisy
4. dry – wet
5. boring – exciting
6. clean – dirty
7. historic – modern
8. cheap – expensive
9. cold – hot
Ex: 
- The beaches in Sydney are clean and beautiful.
- London has bad weather.
2. Created the webs
1. City: beautiful, peaceful, exciting, modern, big, poluuted, safe,.
2. People: nice, friendly, unfriendly, open, noisy, interesting,
3. Food: delicious, awful, good, tasty,.
4. Weather: bad, rainy, hot, cold, wet,
5. Building: old, modern, tall, new,
* PRONUNCIATION
 /əʊ/ and /ai/
3. Listen and write the words you hear in the appropriate column. Then read the words aloud.
/əʊ/
/ai/
Cold
Snow
Old
Clothes
Hold 
Sky
Exciting
High
Fine
Flight 
4. Listen and repeat
* GRAMMAR
Comparative
a. Short adjectives
Lan is taller than Hoa
This book is thiner than that book
b. Long adj
She is more beautiful than her sister
Car is more comfortable than bus
- Superlative
a. Long adj
The red bag is the most expensive than the black bag
Hoa is the most beautiful in her class
5. Complete the fact sheet by choosing one picture. Compare your fact sheet with a classmate. Do you agree with his/ her answer?
* Key:
1. London 2. Oxford University
3. Shakespear 4. fish and chips
5. tea 5. watching TV
6. Read this article about Britain. Then, look at your fact sheet. Did you have correct answers?- 
*Homework
- Practise the soud /əʊ/ and /ai/
- Prepare A closer look 2.
Week: 25
Period: 71
Date of planning: //
Date of teaching: //
UNIT 9: CITIES OF THE WORLD
Lesson 3: A Closer Look 2
I. Objective:
By the end of the lesson sts can pronounce the souds /əʊ/ and /ai/ correctly in isolation and in context; use the lexical items related to the topic “ ‘Cities of the World’.
II. Language contents:
1. Vocabulary: the lexical items related to the topic “Cities of the world”.
2. Grammar: The Past Simple
III. Methods: Communicative approach
IV. Teaching aids: Text book, picture, tape, cassette, board, chalk.
V. Procedures:
Teacher’s activities
Students’ activities
Contents
 I. Warm-up:(5’)
- Check vocabulary in A closer look 1
- Ask ss to go to the board and write the adjectives.
- Check and have them repeat these words
II. Presentation:(10’)
- Ask sts to recall what Tom told Mai about in the conversation in Getting started.
- Ask sts to underline all the verbs in the present perfect tense.
- Use the Grammar box to help you explain that present perfect is used to show that one has had or has never had this experience.
- Provide the form of the present perfect.
- Notice the past particple.
- Ask sts to look for the original verb of the past participles in the conversation.
- Notice the use of “never” and “ever”.
- Have sts play a game: Write the list of verbs on the board. Divided sts into two groups and get them to the board and write the past participles of the verbs.
- Check and give mark for each team
- Have them repeat the verbs
 III. Practice:(18’)
- Ask ss to read all the sentences and work in pairs to do exercise
- Ask ss to give the answer
- Ask ss to read all the sentences and work in pairs to do exercise
- Ask ss to give the answer
IV. Further- practise: 5’
- Ask ss to look at the picture and answer
? Can you tell me what he does in the picture? 
- Ask ss to tell what Tom has done this week 
- Ask ss to give the answer
- Use all the question in 5 to ask ss to find out one thing that everyone has done and one thing no one has done
- Go to the board and write
- Check and repeat
- Recall what Tom told Mai about in the conversation in Getting started.
- Underline all the verbs in the present perfect tense.
- Read the Grammar box
- Write
- Listen and remember
- Look for the original verb of the past participles in the conversation.
- Listen and remember
- Play a game
- Go to the board and write the past participles of verbs.
- Listen
- Repeat.
- Read all the sentences
- Go to the board and write the answer
- Read all the sentences
- Go to the board and write the answer
- Look at the picture and answer
- reading book
- having breakfast
- getting good grade
- playing football
- Listen and answer
Unit 9: (Continued)
Lesson 3: A closer look 2
1. Listen again to part of the conversation. Pay attention to the present perfect.
* GRAMMAR:
 Go watch
 See be
 Do take
 Speak start
 Write eat
 read have
Visit take
* The present perfect tense.
Use : We use the present perfect to describe our experiences
Formation: S + has/have + past participle
Ex: 
(+) I have seen that movie ten times
She has watched TV for 30 minutes
(-) I haven’t seen that movie
She hasn’t watched TV
(?) Have you ever seen that movie?
Has she gone to HN?
2. Put the verbs in the brackets in to the present perfect.
1. has been
2. has been
3. has visited
4. has been
5. hasn’t been
3. Put the verbs in the brackets in the correct for
1. have you seen.I have seen
2. go
3. have never been
4. clean
5. takes
6. has eaten
4. Look at Tom’s webpage. Tell a partner what has he done this week
1. He has read a book.
2. He has eaten “pho”.
3. He has played football.
4. He has got an A+.
5. He has washed his dog.
5. Class survey 
*Homework
- Complete the exercises into notebooks
- Prepare Communication.
UNIT 9: CITIES OF THE WORLD
Lesson 4: Communication
I. Objectives:
	By the end of this lesson, students will able to identify landmarks in cities around the world and compare features of cities around the world.
II. Language contents:
1. Vocabulary: the lexical items related to the topic “Cities of the world”.
2. Grammar: Comparatives of adjectives, Possessive case 
III. Methods: Communicative approach
IV. Teaching aids: Text book, picture, tape, cassette, board, chalk.
V. Procedures:
Teacher’s activities
Sts’ activities
Contents
I. Warm up (5’)
- Have sts play “Matching”
A
B
Design
Symbol
Landmark
Creature
UNESCO World Heritage
Di sản VHTG
Thiết kế 
Biểu tượng 
Danh thắng 
S V, tạo vật
II. Presentation: (10’)
- Teach vocabulary.
- Have sts read chorus.
- Show the pictures of the five landmarks and ask sts 
? What are they?
- If sts don’t know their names in English, allow sts to use Vietnamese.
? What do you know about them?
1. Is Merlion in Singapore?
2. Where is Big Ben?
3. Was the Temple of Literature built in 1070?
4. Where is Sydney Opera House?
5. Is Eiffel Tower in Paris?
- Give the English names and ask sts to match them with the photos
- Ask students to work in pairs and match.
III. Practice:(18’)
- Ask ss to look at part 2. Then introduce new words.
- Ask ss to read new words.
- Ask ss to work in pairs and match words with the meaning
- Ask ss to read the texts in the book and guess which landmark from 1 they are.
- Have ss some ss read and give answer.
- Ask ss to read the texts again and then do exercise: write true or false.
- Ask some students to give answer.
IV. Further- practise: 5’
- Ask ss to to play game.
 ( each group thinks of a city, a country, or a landmark and give clues to other guess. Example: 
A: It’s a city. It’s very hot and crowded.
B: Is it Tokyo?
A: No, it’s not. It’s in South America. The people there love football.
B: Is it Rio de Janeiro?
A: Yes, it is!
V. Homework(1’)
Ask ss to write home work
- Play “matching” game.
- Listen and write
- Read
- Look at the pictures and answer
They are Big Ben, Eiffel tower, Sydney Opera House
Yes/
It’s in England
Yes
It’s in Australia
Yes
- Work in pairs and match.
- Listen and match
- Work in pairs
- Listen and repeat then write
- Read individual.
- Work in pairs and match words with the meaning.
- Work in pairs and read.
- Read and give answer.
- Read the texts again and do exercise.
- Give answer.
- Play game in group
thinks of a city, a country, or a landmark and give clues to other guess.
Listen and write
Unit 9: (continued)
Lesson 4: Communication.
- Answer:
A
B
Design
Symbol
Landmark
Creature
UNESCO World Heritage
Thiết kế 
Biểu tượng 
Danh thắng 
S V, tạo vật Di sản VHTG
* Vocabulary:
- design [di'zain](v): Thiết kế 
- Symbol (n)
- Landmark ['lændmɑ:k](n): Danh thắng
- Creature ['kri:t∫ə](n): Sinh vật
- UNESCO[ju:`neskou] World Heritage (n): (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization): tổ chức GD, KH và VH của Liên hợp quốc.
1. Match the words in the box with the landmarks. Which cities are they in? What do you know about them?
a. Merlion [mə:liən]
b. Big Ben
c. The Temple of Literature
d. Sydney Opera House
e. Eiffel Tower[`tauə]
2. Read about the landmarks. Can you guess which landmark from 1 they are?
- describe [dis'kraib](v):miêu tả
- head[hed](n): cái đầu
which landmark from 1 they are?
1. Big Ben
2. Sydney Opera House
3. Temple of Literature
4. Eiffel
5. Merlion 
3. Write true (T) or false (F)
1. F (The Bell in the tower is the largest bell ever made in England).
2. F (It was designed by a Danish architect)
3. T
4. F (It is the most visited land mark in the world)
5. T
6. F (It has a lion’s head and a fish’s body)
4. Think of a city, a country, or a landmark. Give clues. 
Example: 
A: It’s a city. It’s very hot and crowded.
B: Is it Tokyo?
A: No, it’s not. It’s in South America. The people there love football.
B: Is it Rio de Janeiro?
A: Yes, it is!
*Homework
- Learn by heart all the new words.
- Do exercises (in workbook).
Prepare skills 1.
UNIT 9: CITIES OF THE WORLD
Lesson 5: Skill 1
I. Objectives:
	By the end of this lesson, students will able to read for specific and general information in texts, including postcards, use the present perfect to talk about experiences.
II. Language contents:
1. Vocabulary: the lexical items related to the topic “Cities of the world”.
2. Grammar: Comparatives of adjectives, Possessive case 
III. Methods: Communicative approach
IV. Teaching aids: Text book, picture, tape, cassette, board, chalk.
V. Procedures:
Teacher’s activities
Sts’ activities
Contents
I. Warm up (5’)
- Have sts look at the postcard in 1 in the book.
- Ask some questions.
1. What is the picture on the postcard of?
2. What do you think is written on this postcard?
3. What is the purpose of writing and sending postcards while you are on holiday?
II. Presentation: (10’)
- Teach vocabulary.
- Have sts read chorus.
- Have sts look at the questions in 2 and underline the key words in the quetsions
- Ask sts to read the paragraph and answer the questions 
- Check and correct
III. Practice:(18’)
- Ask ss to read the texts again and then do exercise 3
- Ask sts to match the heading with the text.
- Call their attention to how a postcard is organized.
- Check and correct
IV. Further- practise: 6’
- Ask ss to look at the questions in 4 and choose one city they’ve learn and then answer
- Ask them to work in groups sts can not use full sentence.
- Have them practise in a class.
- Ask sts to use the notes to work in pairs and tell each other about the city they choose in 5.
- Make sure they speak in full sentences.
.
- look at the postcard in the book.
- Answer
1. Stockholm, Sweden.
2. about his/ her stay in city.
3. to tell our family or friends that we have a good time
- Listen and write
- Read
- Look at the questions and underline the key words in the quetsions
- Work in pairs
- Takenote
- read the texts again and then do exercise 3
- Work in pairs and match the heading withb the text.
- Call their attention to how a postcard is organized.
- Takenote
- Read and choose the city they want
- work in groups sts can not use full sentence.
- Give answer.
- Use the notes to work in pairs and tell each other about the city they choose in 5
- Speak in full sentences.
Unit 9: (continued)
Lesson 5: Skills 1.
* READING: Love from Sweden.
1. Look at the postcard.
- Answer:
1. The photo is of Stockholm, Sweden.
2. The sender writer about his/ her stay in the city.
3. We send postcards to tell our family or friends that we are having a good time, but we still miss them amd want to send some photos of the place where we are so that, although they cannot be with us there they can still see how beautiful it is.
* Vocabulary:
- perfect ['pə:fikt](a): hoàn toàn, đầy đủ
- palace ['pælis](n): cung điện
- amazing [ə'meiziη](a): ngạc nhiên
- rent [rent](v): thuê
- discover [dis'kʌvə](v): khám phá
- postcard ['poustkɑ:d](n): bưu thiếp
2. Read the postcard and answer the questions.
1. Mai is in Stockholm.
2. She is there with her family (mum, Dad and her brother Phuc)
3. The weather has been perfect. It is sunny.
4. mai is staying in a hotel.
5. She has visited the Royal palace and had ‘fika’ in a café in the Old Town.
6. ‘Fika’ (a Sweden word) means a leisure break when one drinks tea/ coffee and perhaps has some biscuits with friends and family.
7. She will cycle to discover the city.
8. Mai is feeling happy. She used the words such as “fantastic”, “perfect”, “amazing”, “too beautiful for words”.
3. Read the text again and amtch the heading with the numbers.
1. i 2. c 3. h 4. b 5. d 
6. g 7. f 8. e 9. A
* SPEAKING.
4. Choose a city. Imagine you have just arrived in that city and want to tell your friends about it. Make notes below.
5. In pairs, use your notes to tell your partner about your city. Then, listen and write down notes about your partner’s city in the space below.
*Homework
- Learn by heart all the new words.
- Do exercises (in workbook).
Prepare skills 2.
UNIT 9: CITIES OF THE WORLD
Lesson 6: Skill 2
I. Objectives:
	By the end of this lesson, students will able to listen for specific details including facts and figures; write a holiday postcard.
II. Language contents:
1. Vocabulary: the lexical items related to the topic “Cities of the world”.
2. Grammar: Exclamation sentence.
III. Methods: Communicative approach
IV. Teaching aids: Text book, picture, tape, cassette, board, chalk.
V. Procedures:
Teacher’s activities
Sts’ activities
Contents
I. Warm up (5’)
- Ask ss to look at the pictures in 1 and tell what they see
? What do you see in picture 1?
? Do you know about Nobel and the Nobel Prize?
? Can you talk this in Vietnamese?
- Play the recording and ask them to listen.
? How Nobel Prizes are awarded every year in Stockholm?
II. Presentation: (10’)
- Ask ss to read all the sentences in 2 and guess T or F
- Explain the new words
- Ask ss to listen to the stereo again and answer true or false
- Have sts correct the false sentences.
- Check and corect.
III. Practice:(10’)
- Ask ss to read all the sentences in 3
- Explain to sts that this time they need to listen for the exact details in the recording.
- Ask them to identify the kind of information they have to find out: years, amount of money, number of people, date,
- Play the recording
- Ask ss to listen to the stereo again and give the answer
- Check and corect.
IV. Further- practise: 14’
- Write 5 Ws and 1H on the board
- Ask sts to give examples
Ex: How is the Stockholm?
 What is the weather like?
- Ask ss to read all the words in 4 and put them in the correct order to make sentences
- Ask sts to use the notes they have made in Speaking 4 to write a postcard to their family or friends:
- Ask ss 
Have you ever been to Ha Long bay?
If you have never been to , let imagine and write a post card
Follow these questions
Who do you write the post card for?
When did you arrive?
Who are you with ?
Where are you staying?
What have you done?
What are you doing tomorrow?
How are you feeling?
P1: Royal Palace
P2: Nobel Prize
P3: museum, café, restaurants, shops,..
P4: island
- Yes/ no
- Yes/ no
- Listen to the rec

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