Lesson plan English 7 (New) - Period 34 to 41, Unit 5: Vietnamese food and drink - School year 2014-2015

1. Warm up

Answer questions

2. Activities

Exercise 1. Read Phong’s blog. Find the words from the box below in the text and inderline them. Use the words around each underlined word to help you understand the meaning.

Exercise 2. Read Phong’s blog again and answer the questions.

1. We can enjoy pho all kinds of meals during a day, from breakfast to dinner and even for a late night snack.

2. They are made from the best variety of rice.

3. The broth for ph obo is made by stewing the bones of cows for a long time in a large pot. The broth for pho ga is made by stewing chicken bones.

4. It is boneless and cut into thin slices.

Exercise 3. Look at the list of ingredients below. Work in pairs. Ask and answer questions about the ingredients for an omelette.

Example:

A: I want to cook an omelette. What ingredients do I need?

B: You need .

A: How much/ How many?.

 

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heir favorite foods and drinks. 
Example:
A: What’s your favorite food?
B: It’s pho bo - beef noodle soup.
A: When do you usually eat it?
B: In the morning.
4. Listen and repeat the adjectives.
1. bitter 5. salty
2. delicious 6. spicy
3. tasty 7. fragrant
4. sweet 8. Sour
Use these adjectives to talk about the food and drink in 2
Ex: Green tea is bitter
5. Game: What ‘s your favorite food and drink?
Example:
A: It’s my favourite drink. It’s a bit sour, but It’s also sweet.
B: Is it lemonade?
A: Yes, it is / No, try again.
3. Homework:
Be ready for a closer look 1.
Learn by heart new vocabularies
Do exercise in Workbook.
-Ask Ss about the picture:
Where are Phong and his mum? 
What might be happening to them? 
What are they doing?
What is there in the fridge?
* Teaching new words:
Elicit some new words (pictures, realias, situations .)
* Checking vocab: matching
1. Play the recording. Sts listen and read.
Ss word and share their answers with friends. T correct.
Have Ss work independently.
-Ask Ss not to look at the book and try to remember foods and drinks are mentioned in the conversation. Then let them open their book and check their answers.
2. -Have Ss quickly match each word/ phrase with its picture.
- Play the recording for Ss to check their answers, pausing after each phrase for Ss to repeat.
- Correct their pronunciation.
3. Ask Ss to think about their favorite food and drink. 
- Model this activity with a more able students
- Ask Ss to work in pairs
4. Ss listen and repeat the adjectives.
-Have Ss add some more adjectives and talk about the food and drink in 2.
5. - Divide Ss into groups of four.
- Model how to play the game
- Monitor Ss. 
Answer questions
-Follow T instructions
-Take notes
-Listen and read
- Do exercise a individually
-Work individually
-Follow T instructions 
-Do the exercise individually
-Listen and repeat
- Work in pairs
-One student describes his favourite food or drink. The rest of the group tries to guess which food or drink it is.
Week: 12
Date of teaching: 3/11/2014
Period: 35
UNIT 5: VIETNAMESE FOOD AND DRINK
Lesson 2: A Closer look 1
I. Objectives: 
- By the end of the lesson, Ss will be able to use some verbs to make the pancake with some vegetables. Ss can practice pronouncing /ɒ/and /ɔ:/ fluently.
- Develop listening and speaking skills
* Content:
- Vocab: - The lexical items related to the topic “ Food and Drink”
- Grammar: Imperative
II. Teaching aids
- Materials: Ss’ books, text books, tape recorder and CD
III. Procedure
A. Class organization.
- Greeting.
- Checking attendance: 
B. New lesson.
Time
Contents.
T’s activities
Ss’activities
4’
8’
8’
8’
8’
7’
2’
1. Warm up: 
Play game: slap the board
Words about food and drink
2. Activities
Ex1. Look at the pictures and complete the instructions with the verbs in the box. Then, listen, check and repeat the instructions..
1. Beat
2. Heat
3. Pour
4. Fold
5. Serve
2. Put the words in the correct order to make sentences. 
1. Beat the eggs together with sugar, flour , and milk.
2. Pour ¼ cup of the mixture into the pan at a time.
3. Heat the oil over a medium heat in a frying pan.
4. Cook until golden.
5. Serve the pancake with some vegetables.
3. Put the nouns in the correct columns. 
Dishes
Ingredients
pancake, beef noodle soup, spring rolls, noodles, pork, omelette, sandwich.
salt, cooking oil, flour, pork, turmeric, pepper, noodles.
Pronunciation:
4. Listen and repeat the words. Pay attention to the sounds /ɒ/ and /ɔ:/.
- /ɒ/: soft, hot, bottle, pot, rod.
- /ɔ:/: pork, salt, fork, sport, sauce.
5. Listen to the sentences and circle the correct words you hear.
1. cod
2. port
3. sports
4. fox
5. short
3. Homework:
Prepare for next lesson
Learn by heart new words
Do exercises in Workbook.
-Divide Ss into 2 groups
-Each group choose one Ss to slap one time.
-There are 5 pairs to play the game.
-Choose the winner
-Instruct Ss how to do the exercise.
- Play the recording twice.
2. Ask Ss to do the exercise individually and then check with the whole class. 
3. Check Ss’ understanding of the meanings of the nouns given. 
4. - Model the sounds /ɒ/ and /ɔ:/ first and let Ss see how the sounds are formed.
-Ask Ss to practice the sounds together.
-Play the recording and ask Ss to listen and repeat
-Plays the recording 
-Play game
-Congratulate the winner.
-Work individually
-Repeat chorally and individually.
-Work individually
- Ss put the nouns in the correct columns individually
-Listen and repeat
-Listen and circle
Week: 12
Date of teaching: 3/11/2014
Period: 36
UNIT 5: VIETNAMESE FOOD AND DRINK
Lesson 3: A Closer look 2
I. Objectives: 
- By the end of the lesson, Ss will be able to use How much and How many to ask about quantity.
- Distinguish countable nouns and uncountable nouns.
*Content:
- Vocab: - The lexical items related to the topic “ Food and Drink”
- Grammar: Nouns (countable nouns and uncountable nouns)
	 How much and How many? 
 a/ an/ some/ any
II. Teaching aids
- Materials: Ss’ books, text books, tape recorder and CD
IV. Procedures
A. Class organization.
- Greeting.
- Checking attendance: 
B. New lesson.
Time
Contents.
T’s activities
Ss’activities
4’
4’
4’
5’
7’
5’
5’
4’
4’
2’
1. Warm up: 
Brainstorming:
2. Activities
Grammar box
 For uncountable nouns we can use phrases like a bottle of, a piece of, a bar of, a glass of , a kilo of, a bag of, a lot of
Ex1. Which of the following nouns are countable and which are uncountable?
Key:
Countable: banana, apple
Uncountable: bread, beef, pepper, pork, turmeric, spinach.
A/An/Some/Any
Countable nouns:
Singular: Plural
 There is an egg. There are some eggs.
Uncountable nouns:
There is some milk
There isn’t any milk
Is there any milk?
Note : We can use Some in an offer or a request.
Example: Would you like some bananas?
Can I have some milk, please?
2. Game: Give me an egg!
One team says words related to food or drink.
The other team add s some /a/ an.
Example: 
Team 1: egg
Team 2: an egg
3. Fill the blanks with a/ an / some or any in the following conversation.
1. any
2. some
3. some
4. any
5. a
6. an 
“How many?” and “How much” are used to ask aout quantity. We use “How many?” with countable nouns and “How much?” with uncountable nouns.
+How many + plural countable noun 
+How much + uncountable nouns
4. Fill each blank with How many or How much.
1. How many
2. How much
3. How many
4. How many
5. How much
5. Use the suggested words to make questions with How much/ How many, the interview your partner.
 Example:
How much milk do you drink every morning?
3. Homework:
Be ready for Communication
Learn by heart new words and grammar
-Divide Ss into two groups
-Ask them go to the board and write the adjs about food and drink they’ve learnt. 
-The groups who writes more words is winner.
-Ask Ss to study the Grammar Box. Draw Ss’ attention to the difference between countable nouns and uncountable nouns.
1-Ask Ss to do the grammar exercise individually. 
-Remind them to refer to the Grammar Box. 
- Ask Ss to study the Grammar Box. Draw Ss’ attention to the use of a, an, some and any by analyzing the instructions and examples in the Grammar Box. 
2-Demonstrate the game to the class first. Then when Ss know exactly what to do. Ask them to work in groups.
3. -Instruct Ss to do the exercise and ask them to work individually
- Ask Ss to study the Grammar Box.
-Ask Ss to read the instruction and use example to make clear to Ss what they are supposed to do.
- Have Ss work individually
-Monitor and check
- Ask Ss to read the instruction and use example to make clear to Ss what they are supposed to do.
- Have Ss work in pairs
-Monitor
.
-Play the game
-Congratulate the winner
-Follow T instructions
- Ss give some more examples.
-Take notes
-Work individually
-Follow T instructions
-Take notes
-Play the game
-Work individually
-Follow T instructions
-Take notes
-Work individually
-Work in pairs
Week: 13
Date of teaching: 10/11/2014
Period: 37
UNIT 5: VIETNAMESE FOOD AND DRINK
Lesson 4: Communication
I. Objectives: 
- By the end of the lesson, Ss will be able to talk about different types of Vietnamese food, drink and recipes.
 - Develop listening and speaking skills
* Content:
- Vocab: - The lexical items related to the topic “ Food and Drink”
II. Teaching aids:
- Materials: Ss’ books, text books, tape recorder and disk
III. Procedure
A. Class organization.
- Greeting.
- Checking attendance: 
B. New lesson.
Time
Contents.
T’s activities
Ss’ activities
3’
6’
7’
7’
10’
10’
2’
 1. Warm up: 
Chatting:
Ss ask and answer Ss some questions about food and drink they like.
2. Activities
Vocabulary:
- sticky rice: (n) xôi
- sauce: (n) nước sốt
- sausage: (n) xúc xích
- yoghurt: (n) sữa chua
- tuna: (n) cá ngừ
- ham : (n) giăm bông
1.Listen to a celebrity chef, Austin Nguyen talking about his favorite food. Which food in Extra vocabulary does he talk about?
2. What are your favorite foods and drinks? Write your answers in the table below.
Example:
My favorite food is spring roll.
It tastes delicious.
.
3. Interview three students about their favorite foods and drinks.
4. Report your results to the class.
3. Homework: 
Prepare for Skills 1
Learn by heart some new words.
Ask questions:
-What is your favorite food/drink?
-Where can we enjoy it? 
-How can we cook/make this food/drink?
- Elicit some new words with pictures
-Have Ss understand the meaning of the words.
* Checking vocab: Rub- out and remember.
-Ask Ss to look at the picture of the chef and predict which food or dishes he might like
- Play the recording and ask Ss listen and check their predictions.
- Play the recording again and ask Ss to tick the food the chef mentions from the Extra vocabulary box
- First, have Ss read the questions in the table carefully and ask them to note their answers. Then ask Ss to share their answers in pairs to find out what they have in common their partners.
-Ask Ss to move around and ask different classmates every question. 
 - T calls on some Ss to report the results of their interviews before the whole class.
-Correct common errors
-Answer T questions
-Follow T instructions
- Take notes
-Follow T instructions
-Predict
-Listen and check
-Listen again and stick
-Work in pairs
-Ask classmates every question and take notes
-Practise reporting the results of their interviews in pairs or in groups
Week: 13
Date of teaching: 10/11/2014
Period: 38
UNIT 5: VIETNAMESE FOOD AND DRINK
Lesson 5: Skills 1
I. Objectives: 
- By the end of the lesson, Ss will be able to make a bowl of noodles “ Pho” and omelette.
- Read for specific information about Pho, a popular food in Viet Nam.
- Develop reading and speaking skills.
* Content:
 - Vocab: - The lexical items related to the topic “ Food and Drink”
-Review : a/ an / some /any...
II- Teaching aids
- Materials: pictures
III. Procedures:
A. Class organization.
- Greeting.
- Checking attendance: 
B. New lesson
Time
Contents.
T’s activities
Ss’ activities
5’
1. Warm up 
Answer questions
2. Activities
-T asks Ss to look at the picture of a bowl of Pho. Ask them:
- What dish do you think it is? 
- Which place is famous for this dish?
- What are the ingredients for it? 
When do people often have it?
Do you like to have it? Why or Why not?
- Ss give the answers.
6’
Exercise 1. Read Phong’s blog. Find the words from the box below in the text and inderline them. Use the words around each underlined word to help you understand the meaning.
-Ask Ss to scan the passage to find where the words stewing, bones, broth, boneless and slices are in the passage. 
-Help Ss use the context of the passage to work out the meanings of these words. 
-Work individually
6’
10’
Exercise 2. Read Phong’s blog again and answer the questions.
We can enjoy pho all kinds of meals during a day, from breakfast to dinner and even for a late night snack.
They are made from the best variety of rice.
The broth for ph obo is made by stewing the bones of cows for a long time in a large pot. The broth for pho ga is made by stewing chicken bones.
It is boneless and cut into thin slices.
Exercise 3. Look at the list of ingredients below. Work in pairs. Ask and answer questions about the ingredients for an omelette.
Example:
A: I want to cook an omelette. What ingredients do I need? 
B: You need. 
A: How much/ How many?.....
- Ask Ss to scan the passage to answer the questions.
- Give the feedback.
- Ask Ss to note where they found the information that help them to answer the questions.
- Give the key and check.
-T reminds Ss of the form and use of a/an/ some /any
-Have Ss work in pairs, asking and answering questions about the ingredients for an omelette.
-Work individually
- Compare answers before discussing them as a class.
-Check
-Follow T instructions
-Work in pairs
6’
12’
4. Look at the picture of how to cook an omelette.
Example: 
d
e
a
b
c
5. Work in pairs. Practicing giving instructions on how to make a dish or drink.
 -Ask Ss to work individually, using the phrases in the box to complete the instructions on how to cook an omelette.
-Check with the whole class.
-Give Ss time to think about some food and drink and how to make them. 
-Ask more able Ss to model this activities in front of the class.
-Have Ss work in pairs while I circulates and monitors
-Work individually
-Make notes about the steps to make their food and drink
-Practice in pairs 
2’
3.Homework. 
-Learn by heart new words.
-Do ex. D1,2,3 inworkbook
-Prepare for the next lesson
Week: 13
Date of teaching: 10/11/2014
Period: 39
	UNIT 5: VIETNAMESE FOOD AND DRINK 
Lesson 6: Skills 2
I. Objectives: 
- By the end of the lesson, Ss will be able to listen for specific information about different traditional food. 
- Write about some popular foods or drinks.
- Develop listening and writing skills.
*. Content:
- Vocab: - The lexical items related to the topic “ Food and Drink”
II- Teaching aids
- Materials: pictures
III. Procedures:
A. Class organization.
- Greeting.
- Checking attendance: 
B. New lesson
Time
Contents
T’s activities
Ss’ activities
5’
Warm-up
Chatting
-What are the traditional food or drink in your village/ city/ town/ province?
-Which one is the most popular?
-What are the ingredients for it?
-Ask Ss to talk about traditional food or drink where they live
-Chat with T
3’
New words:
eel (n) lươn
turmeric (n) nghệ
shrimp (n) tôm
- T uses some techniques to present some new words.
-Guess the words
-Follow T’s instructions
-Take notes
5’
5’
5’
Activities
Ex1. Listen to three people talking about traditional dishes where they live. Match the places with the dishes. 
Key:
1. b 2. a 3. c
Ex2. Listen again. Tick the ingredients for each dish. Some ingredients are in more than one dish. 
Key:
banh tom : shrimp
sup luon : eel, pepper, turmeric, 
my quang : rice noodles, shrimp, pork 
Ex3. Make notes about some popular foods or drinks in your neighbourhood.
- T asks Ss to read the instructions carefully and remind them to remember the name of three places and three dishes mentioned in the conversation they are going to listen.
T plays the recording.
- T asks Ss to read the rubric and study the table carefully.
 Ss read the rubic and study the map carefully.
T calls on some Ss to write their answers on the board.
- T asks Ss to make notes about some popular foods or drinks where they live. 
Ss do not have to write full sentences and they can use abbreviations.
-Listen
-Listen
-Work in pairs
25’
2’
Ex4. Write a paragraph about popular foods or drinks in your neighborhood. Choose one or more. Use the information in 3, and Phong’s blog , as a model.
3. Homework 
-Complete the writing tasks into your notebook.
-Do exercise E 1, 2 in workbook 
-Prepare for the next lesson
-Set up the writing activity. 
- Have Ss write a draft first. Then have them write their final version in class or at home.
-Work individually
Week: 14
Date of teaching: 17/11/2014
Period: 40
	UNIT 5: VIETNAMESE FOOD AND DRINK 
Lesson 7: Looking back + Project
I. Objectives: 
- By the end of the lesson, Ss will be able to cover the whole unit and do exercises.
- Know some ways of using “ a/ an / some and any”.
- Communication.
*Content:
- Vocab: - The lexical items related to the topic “ Food and Drink”
- Grammar: Nouns (countable nouns and uncountable nouns)
	 How much and How many? 
 a/ an/ some/ any
II. Teaching aids
- CD player, CD
III. Procedures:
A. Organization
Checking attendance.
B. New lesson
Time
Contents
T’s activities
Ss’ activities
5’
1. Warm-up 
Ex1. Add the words or phrases they have learnt to the column.
Key: 
Dishes: omelette, pancake, beef noodle soup, chicken noodle soup, rice, noodle pork, sandwich, meat, tofu, bread, spring roll
Ingredients: shrimp, salt, cooking oil, flour,
Pork, turmeric, pepper, noodle, vegetable, egg, meat, tofu
Phrases: a slice, a can, a bottle, a kilo, a bar, a glass, a bag, a teaspoon, a tablespoon
-Calls on some Ss to go to the board and add the words or phrases they have learnt to the columns. 
-Go to the board and write words
5’
2. Activities
Ex2. Fill each gap with a verb from the box.
1. Fold
2. Pour
3. Beat
4. Heat
5. Serve
-Have Ss read the sentences carefully, and complete them with the verbs from the box.
-Work individually
3’
5’
5’
Exercise 3. Choose a/ an or some for the following words.
Key:
1. a 2. some 3. some 4. some
5. some 5. some 6. some 7. an
8. some
 Exercise 4. Complete the sentences with some or any. 
any
some
any
some/ any
any/ some
Exercise 5. Make questions with How many/ How much for the underlined words in the following sentences.
2. How much milk is there in the bottle?
3. How many cans of lemonade do you need?
4. How many apples does Peter got in his bag?
5. How much rice is there left in the electric cooker?
Ex 3+4+5
-Ask Ss to work individually first. Then they can check their answers with a partner before discussing the answer as a class.
-However, tell Ss to keep a record of their original answers so they can use that information in their Now you can statement.
5.Ask Ss to role-play in pairs.
Ex 3+4+5
-Work individually
10’
3’
6. Choose sentences (A - D) to complete the following conversation. Practice the conversation with a partner.
Key: 
1. D
2. B
3. A
4. C
Finished
-First, ask Ss to do the task individually to complete the conversation with their partners.
-Ask Ss to complete the self-assessment
-Work individually
8’
2’
PROJECT
Homework
-Learn new vocabularies and structure by heart
-Do Project
-Do exercises in workbook
-Prepare for the next lesson
-Divide class into groups of 4
-Explain anything that difficult to Ss and ask them to do Project. 
-Work in groups
- Complete the project as homework if there is not enough time.
Week: 14
Date of teaching: 17/11/2014
Period: 41	 
Revision for the second test
I. Objectives.
By the end of the lesson, Ss will be able to listen and write a reply giving advice to someone with a health problem.
II. Teaching aids:
- A CD, a CD player. 
III. Procedure
A.Class organization.
- Checking attendance: 
B.New lesson.
Time
Contents
Teacher’s activities
Ss’ activities
10’
8’
10’
10’
10’
2’
Warm up
Speaking
-Unit 4: Music and arts
- Unit 5: Food and drink
2. Activities
1-Listen to Sarah talking to a friend about her holiday photographs. What place is each person in?
Example: 0 Sarah’s mother E
People
Places
Caroline
Jack
Sarah
Peter
Sarah’s father
A. castle
B. cathedral
C. hotel
D. market
E. mountains
F. museum
G. restaurant
H. sea
2. Reading
1-Read the blog about Vietnamese food. Ti

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