Lesson plan English 7 (New) - Period 58 to 64, Unit 7: Traffic - School year 2014-2015

Contents

1. Warm up

- Have you ever heard about strange laws in other countries?

2. Activities

Extra vocabulary.

roof: nóc, mái nhà

illegal: bất hợp pháp, trái luật

Laws: luật, phép tắc

Reverse: đảo, nghịch, lùi xe

Right-handed: thuận tay phải

1: Look at the flags of some countries. Give the names of these countries.

1. The UK

2. Australia

3. India

4. Thailand

5. Malaysia

2. Why do these countries drive on the left? Listen to the text then write your answers below.

Reasons this happened:

1. some countries used the same system as UK.

2. many people are right-handed ( so on the left-hand side, it is easier for them to use a sword or something when they are on horseback – in the past)

3. Look at the strange driving laws below. Five of them are true, but one is false. In pairs, can you find the fasle driving law?

- “In France, you can only reverse your car on Sundays”. This sentence is false!

4. Now, work in groups. Discuss the laws and put them in order from the trangest (1) to the least strange (5)

The groups may have different results

3. Homework

- Learn by heart new words and structures

- Prepare: Skills 1

 

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. Means of transport.
Write the words using the first letter given.
1. bike/ bicycle
2. bus
3. plane
4. boat
5. ship
6. train
7. motorbike
8. car
3. Match a verb on the left with a means of transport on the right. There may be more than one correct answer.
1. ride a bike 2. drive a car 
3. fly by plane 4. sail on/ in a boat
5. get on/ get off a bus/ a train/ a bike/ a motorbike.
4. Find someone in your class who never.
- How often do you walk to school/ go to school by bus?
- Do you (often walk to school/ go to school by bus? 
III. Homework
-Learn new words and phrases
-Prepare A closer look 1. 
- T introduces the topic “ Traffic” 
Ask: How/ By what means do you go to school every day?
On foot? By bicycle? By bus? On your parents’ motorbike
- What means of transport is faster? What mean is safer? What means do you like most? Why?
- What can you see on the way to school every day?
- Who are Mai and Oanh?
- What may they talk about?
+ Play the recording. Ss listen and read.
1-a: -Have Ss work independently to choose the correct answer to the questions. T then checks their answers, and gives explaination if necessary.
b- Have Ss work in pairs. T lets them check the answers in pairs or groups, then gives the keys. If there’s time, call some pairs to read the questions and give answers.
c-Tell Ss to refer back to the conversation to find the phrases. 
-Have Ss practise saying them together ( T plays the recording again if necessary). 
-Explain the meaning to the Ss, then give some examples.
d. -Ask Ss to role-player the short conversations in pairs before creating their short role-plays. 
-Encourage Ss to try to extend the conversation.
2.
-Have Ss work in pairs and write the means of transport under the right pictures. 
- Let Ss read each word correctly. 
-Check and correct Ss pronunciation.
3. 
-Have Ss work individually to do the task, and write their answers in their notebooks. 
-T checks their answers.
4. Let Ss stand up and go round the class to ask everyone the questions.
Ss have to take notes, and then some of them report their result to the class.
-Follow T instructions
-Answer T questions
-Work independent
-Work in pairs
-Work independently
-Work in pairs 
-Work in pairs
-Work individually
-Speak
Week: 20
Date of teaching: 5/1/2015
Period: 59	 Unit 7: TRAFFIC
Lesson 2: A closer look 1
I. Objectives.
By the end of the lesson, Ss will be able to use the lexical items related to the topic “Traffic”. Pronounce sounds /e/, /ei/ correctly in isolation and in context.
II. Teaching aids:
- Projector.
III. Procedure
A. Class organization.
- Greetings.
- Checking attendance: 
B. New lesson.
Time
Contents
T’s activities
Ss’ activities
5’
5’
5’
8’
6’
7’
6’
2’
1. Warm up.
- Brainstorm the Ss: let them give all road signs they see every day on the way to school, or elsewhere, and all the words they know related to the topic of traffic and transport. Encourage them to say out as many words as possible.
I- Vocabulary
ROAD SIGNS
1. Have you seen these road signs? Talk about the meaning of the signs below with a partner.
2. Label the signs in 1 with the words/ phrases below.
1. trafic lights. 
2. no parking
3. no right turn 
4. hospital ahead
5. parking 
6. cycle lane
7. school ahead 
 8. no cycling
Look out!
- A sign within a red triangle will warn you of something.
- Signs with red circle are mostly prohibitive- that means you can’t do something.
- Signs in blue are usually to give information.
3. Work in pairs. Discuss which of the signs you see on the way to school.
Example: 
A: On the way to school, I can see a “ no left turn” sign.
B: On my way to school there is a hospital, so I can see a “hospital ahead” sign.
II- PRONUNCIATION
/e/ /ei/
4. Listen and repeat. Pay attention to sounds /e/, /ei/
/e/: left, ahead, present, helicopter, centre, never, seatbelt
/ei/: plane, way, station, train, indicate, mistake, pavement, break.
5. Listen to these sentences carefully. Single-underline the words with sound /e/, and double-underline the words with sound /ei/
1. Does your bike ever break down on the way to school?
2. It is not very far to the railway station.
3.We must always obey traffic rules for our safety.
4. You must keep to the left when you are in the UK.
5. They are waiting for the next train to come.
6. Find the words containing sound /e/ in
 1-3. Read them aloud
3. Homework
-Learn new words and phrases
Prepare A closer look 2.
1. Warm up.
- Brainstorm the Ss: let them give all road signs they see every day on the way to school, or elsewhere, and all the words they know related to the topic of traffic and transport. Encourage them to say out as many words as possible.
1. Have Ss work in pairs to talk about the meaning of the road signs, then write out their answers.
2. Have Ss work individually to label the road signs in 1 with the words/ phrases.
Look out: There are usually three kinds of signs: informative, prohibitive, and warning.
3. Let Ss work in pairs and talk about the traffic signs they see on the way to school ( or else). T goes around and gives assitance if necessary, and check their answers.
PRONUNCIATION
4. First, T give examples of the sounds /e/, /ei/. Let Ss practise the sounds together. Ask Ss to observe the T’s mouth and listen to the teacher for these two sounds carefully. Play the recording and let Ss listen and repeat as many times as required. Correct their pronunciation.
5. Play the recording 2 or 3 times. Help Ss distinguish the sounds /e/ , /ei/ and recognize all the words with the two sounds, then underlined them as assigned
6. Refer back to the page 8. Ask Ss to find all the words having sounds /e/, /ei/
Words with sound /e/: ahead, red, left
Words with sound /ei/: phrases, lane, information, way
-Work in pairs
-Work individually
-Follow teach instructions
-Work in pairs
-Follow T instructions
-Listen and practice
-Work individually
-Work individually
Week: 20
Date of teaching: 5/1/14
Period: 60	 Unit 7: TRAFFIC
Lesson 3: A closer look 2
I. Objectives.
By the end of the lesson, Ss will be able to use “it” for distances, use “ used to” to talk about past habit or state.
II. Teaching aids:
- Projector.
III. Procedure
A. Class organization.
- Greetings.
- Checking attendance: 
B. New lesson.
Time
Contents
T’s activities
Ss’ activities
3’
5’
5’
5’
5’
5’
15’
2’
1. Warm up.
Chatting: You have already learned it as the formal subject to indicate time and weather, climate,In this unit, it appears to indicate distance.
Ex: It is about 2 kilometers from my house to my school.
2. Activities
1. Write sentences with it. Use these cues.
1. It is about 700 metres from my house to Youth Club
2. It is about 5 km from my home village to the nearest town.
3. It is about 120 km from Ho Chi Minh to Vung Tau.
4. It is about 384,400 km from the Earth to the Moon.
5. It is not very far from HaNoi to Noi Bai Airport.
2. Work in pairs. Ask and answer questions about distances in your neighbourhood.
Example: 
A: How far is it from your house to school?
B: It’s about a kilometre.
II- Used to
- We use used to to describe an action or a state that happened regularly in the past but does not happen at present.
Example: There used to be many trees on the street, but now there are only shops.
Form: 
(+) S + used to + V
(-) S + didn’t use to + V
(?) Did + S + use to
Watch out: In questions and negative sentences, the final “d” in used is dropped.
3. Complete the sentences with used to or use to and the verbs in the box below.
be ride play go feel
1. used to ride
2. used to be
3. used to go
4. Diduse to play
5. did..not use to feel
4. Rewrite the sentences using used to.
1. My mum used to live in a small village when she was a girl.
2. There did not use to be (as) many vehicles on the road.
3. We used to cycle to school two years ago.
4. Now there are more traffic accidents that there used to be.
5. My uncle used to be a bus driver some year ago, but now he has a desk job.
5. Work in groups. Did you use to do those things? Ask and answer.
Example: Did you use to play marbles?
 Yes, I did
3. Homework
- Learn by heart new words and structures by heart
-Prepare: Communication
- T explains, then give example
1. Let Ss work by themseves and write down the sentences. T observes and help when and where necessary. After that ask some Ss to read their sentences. T corrects Ss’ mistakes.
2. -Have Ss work in pairs. They ask and answer questions about distances in their neighbourhood, following the example. 
-Encourage them to talk as much as possible. T corrects their answers, and their pronunciation and intonation.
Used to
Explain to the Ss that used to is the same form for all persons. It is used to describe an action, a habit or a state that happened regularly in the past, but does not happen now. 
3. Have Ss work independently, writing down the answers. Then let them work in groups to check and say out the sentences. T goes round giving help when and where necessary. Some Ss may write their answers on the boards. Other Ss give comments and T give corrections.
4. Let Ss work individually to rewrite the sentences in their notebooks.
While Ss do their task, T goes round to monitor the whole class. When Ss finish their task, call some to read out their sentences. 
-Let other Ss give comments, T corrects mistakes 
-Divide Ss in groups of fours.
- Have take turns to ask and answer questions. Then T ask some Ss to report their result to the class.
-Follow T instructions
-Take notes
-Work individually
-Work in pairs
-Follow T instructions
-Take notes
-Work individually
-Work individually
-Work in groups
Week: 21
Date of teaching: 12/1/2015
Period: 61	 Unit 7: TRAFFIC
Lesson 4: Communication
I. Objectives.
By the end of the lesson, Ss will be able to know names of some countries and some strange laws in other countries.
II. Teaching aids:
- Projector.
III. Procedure
A. Class organization.
- Greetings.
- Checking attendance: 
B. New lesson.
Time
Contents
T’s activities
Ss’ activities
4’
4’
6’
7’
7’
15’
2’
1. Warm up
- Have you ever heard about strange laws in other countries?
2. Activities
Extra vocabulary.
roof: nóc, mái nhà
illegal: bất hợp pháp, trái luật
Laws: luật, phép tắc
Reverse: đảo, nghịch, lùi xe
Right-handed: thuận tay phải
1: Look at the flags of some countries. Give the names of these countries.
1. The UK
2. Australia
3. India
4. Thailand
5. Malaysia
2. Why do these countries drive on the left? Listen to the text then write your answers below.
Reasons this happened:
1. some countries used the same system as UK.
2. many people are right-handed ( so on the left-hand side, it is easier for them to use a sword or something when they are on horseback – in the past)
3. Look at the strange driving laws below. Five of them are true, but one is false. In pairs, can you find the fasle driving law?
- “In France, you can only reverse your car on Sundays”. This sentence is false!
4. Now, work in groups. Discuss the laws and put them in order from the trangest (1) to the least strange (5)
The groups may have different results
3. Homework
- Learn by heart new words and structures
- Prepare: Skills 1
-Ask Ss as a whole class
- Pre- teach vocabulary.
-Explain their meaning.
-Divide Ss into groups of five
-Have Ss give the names of the five countries.
-Play the recording. Ss listen carefully and check their answer to 1. Then T gives the correct answers
- Play the recording again. Let Ss complete the table by themselves, then share their answer with a partner. T goes round the class to give support 
3. Have Ss work in pairs, discussing to find one false driving law.
T may ask the question: Which one do you think seems most unreasonable? Then let Ss think and give the answer.
4. Ss work in groups and 
discuss the laws in 3 and put them in order from the strangest ( N01) to the least strange ( N05). T may ask Ss to explain why.
.
-Answer T questions
-Follow T instructions
-Guessing the meaning
-Take note
-Work in groups
-Work individually
-Work in pairs
-Work in groups
Week: 21
Date of teaching: 12/1/2015
Period: 62	 Unit 7: TRAFFIC
Lesson 5: Skills 1
I. Objectives.
By the end of the lesson, Ss will be able to read for specific information about traffic rules/ laws. Talk about obeying traffic rules/ laws, and how to use the road safely.
II. Teaching aids:
- Projector.
III. Procedure
A. Class organization.
- Greetings.
- Checking attendance: 
B. New lesson.
Time
Contents
T’s activities
Ss’ activities
3’
5’
8’
3’
7’
8’
9’
2’
1. Warm up
- Ex1: Chatting: Look at the picture. 
1. What can you see in the picture? 
2. Can you see anything that is dangerous?
2. Activities.
Ex2. Now match these words to make common expressions.
1. g 2. d 3. b 4. c
5. a 6. h 7. f 8.e
Key: road users, means of transport
Ex3. Answer the following question.
Ex
- not pay attention
- not look around
- not go in a red light, etc
Ex4. Read the following text and do the tasks below.
Ex5. Answer these question.
1. We should cross the street at the zebra crossing.
2. He/ She must always fasten the seabelt.
3. No, He/ She shouldn’t. Because it is dangerous.( He/ She may cause an accident.)
4. We must give a signal.
5. Because the other road users can see them clearly and avoid crashing into them.
II- Speaking
6. Class survey. Ask your classmates the question.
How do you go to school every day?
+ Make a list of the means of transport that is used the most, and use the least.
7. Read the following sentences. In groups, discuss who is using the road safely, and who is acting dangerously. Give reasons.
1. safely
2. dangerously ( because he is likely to have an accident)
3. safely
4. dangerously ( it is difficult for him to see the road properly, and to ride)
5. dangerously ( a car or motorbike may crash into him)
6. dangerously ( She may have an accident if something happeneds unexpectedly.)
3. Homework
- Learn by heart new words and vocabulary
- Prepare: Skills 1
-Ask Ss 2 questions
-Ex: car, motorbike, traffic jam, etc
Ex: It is dangerous to ride a motorbike on the pavement.
2. Have Ss work in pairs to do the matching. T checks their results.
Then T asks Ss which of these things they can see in the picture in 1.
3. Have Ss work in groups of five.
-Tell them to answer the question:
When you are a road user, what should you Not do?
Then they make a list to compare with other groups.
T may give some cues.
4. Tell Ss to read the passage two or three times. Set a strict time limit to ensure Ss read quickly for specific information.
Explain the new words and clarify anything difficult. T ask questions to see if Ss understand the passage.
1.What is the passage about?
2.What kind of road users is mentioned in the passage?
5. Ask Ss to read the passage again, then they work with a partner to answer the questions.
6. Have Ss do the class survey. After that call some Ss to report to the class.
7. Allow sometime for Ss to read individually. Then they work in groups to discuss who is using the road safely, and who is acting dangerously, and give reasons.
-Answer T questions
-Work in pairs
-Work in groups
-Work individually
-Work in pairs
-Survey as many friends as possible
-Work individually
Week: 21
Date of teaching: 12 /1/2015
Period: 63	 Unit 7: TRAFFIC
Lesson 6: Skills 2
I. Objectives.
By the end of the lesson, Ss will be able to listen to get information about traffic problems in big city, write a paragraph about traffic problems in a city/ an area.
II. Teaching aids:
- Projector.
III. Procedure
A. Class organization.
- Greetings.
- Checking attendance: 
B. New lesson.
Time
Contents
T’s activities
Ss’ activities
5’
2’
7’
7’
22’
2’
Warm up.
Ex1. Work in groups. Where do you think this picture was taken? Why is it special?
- In a big city..
Key: -in Brazil
 -long traffic jam
Activities.
Traffic problems in a big cities
2. Look at the following headline and check your answers.
- In Brazil
- long traffic jam ( very long line of vehicles).
3. Now listen to the passage and choose the correct answer.
1. B 2. C 3. A 4. 
4. Tick the traffic problems in big cities in Viet Nam.
Picture: 1,2,3,4,6
Writing: 
- There are too many vehicles ( on the road).
‘- Many roads are narrow and bumpy
- There are traffic accidents every day.
- Many young children ride their bikes dangerously.
5. Write a paragraph about the traffic problems where you live, or in a town, or a city you know well. Use the cues above, and the following outline.
Introduction:
Problem1:
Problem 2:
Problem 3:
Conclusion: ( Reason or advice/ suggestion)
3. Homework
- Prepare: Looking back
-Learn by heart new vocabularies and structures
Have Ss work in groups of four. They study the picture and answer the two questions.
2. Tell Ss to look at the newspaper headline and check their answers.
3. Play the recording one or two times. Ask Ss to listen carefully and circle the correct answers.
WRITING
Ask Ss:
- What do you think about traffic problems in big cities in Viet Nam are.
4. Have Ss look at the pictures, read the passages and tick the problems
Then Ss write full sentences. Call some Ss to write on the board. Others give comments. T gives corrections.
5. Tell Ss to study the sentences they have written, then practise writing the paragraph.
-Tell Ss to use proper connector: first/ firstly, second/ secondly, and pay attention to spelling and punctuation.
- Collect some Ss’ writing papers and mark them, then give comments to the class.
-Work in groups
-Work individually
-Work individually
-Work individually
-Work individually
Week: 22
Date of teaching: 19 /1/2015 
Period: 64	 Unit 7: TRAFFIC
Lesson 7: Looking back + Project
I. Objectives.
By the end of the lesson, Ss can use what they have learnt during the unit to help them answer the questions. Ss need to see how for they have progressed, and which areas need further practice.
II. Teaching aids:
- Projector.
III. Procedure
A. Class organization.
- Greetings.
- Checking attendance: 
B. New lesson.
Time
Contents
T’s activities
Ss’ activities
8’
6’
5’
6’
8’
5’
5’
1. Warm up
1. What do these signs mean? Write the meaning below each sign. Then put them into the correct box.
1. Traffic lights 
2. School ahead
3. Hospital ahead 
4. Cycle lane
5. Parking 
6. No parking
7. left turn only 
8. No cycling
Prohibition signs: 6,8
Warning signs: 1,2, 7
Information signs: 3,4,5
2. Write the names of means of transport in the word web below. Then draw lines joining the correct verbs to the transport.
- Suggestion: bicycle, motorbike, car, bus, taxi, train, plane, boat, ship
II- Grammar
3. Change the sentences according to the prompts in brackets.
1. Did you use to go to school on foot?
2. Mr. Van didn’t use to ride his motorbike dangerously.
3. Did the streets use to be cleaner and more peaceful?
4. I used to go out on Sundays.
5. They didn’t use go to on holiday together.
4. Write sentences using these cues.
1. It is over 100 km from my home-town to HCM city.
2. It is about 25 km to my grandparents’s house.
3. I used to ride a small bike in the yard before my flat.
4. There used to be a bus station in the city centre, but it was/ has been moved to the suburbs.
5. Children must learn about road safety before they are allowed to ride a bike on the road.
III- Communication
5. Match the questions 1-6 with the answers a-f
1. b 2. a 3. e 4. d 5. f 6. c
Finish! Now I can
Talk about road signs and means of transport
Use it to talk about distance
Use used to to talk about a past habit
Write a paragraph about traffic problems.
Homework
-Project
-Learn by heart vocabulary and structures
- Prepare: Unit 8- Getting started
1. Have

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