Giáo án Tiếng Anh lớp 11: UNIT 7: WORLD POPULATION-LANGUAGE FOCUS
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- Period:43+ 44 I. Objectives By the end of the lesson, Ss will be able to: — Distinguish the clusters / ki /, / gl /, / kr /, / gr /, and / kw / — Pronounce the words and dialogue containing these clusters correctly — Use conditional sentences (types 1, 2 and 3) and conditional sentences in reported speech appropriately. II. Teaching aids: Chalks, pictures III. Teaching method: Communicative Approach IV. procedures Teacher’s activities Students’ activities Warm-up: - Read 5 words (class, glass, crash, green, queen). PRONUNCIATION Distinguishing sounds T models the clusters / kl /, / gl /, / kr /, / Listen and reapeat gr /, and / kw /for a few times and explains how to produce them. Eg.:When Listen the words containing the clusters / kl /, producing / kl /, Ss should produce / k / / gl /, / kr /, / gr /, and / kw / first andthen quickly switch to /1 /, and so on. T plays the tape (or reads) once for Ss to hear the words containing these clusters. Then T plays the tape (or reads) again and this time asks Ss to repeat after the Read aloud the given dialogue on tape page 87 in pairs. T asks Ss to read the words in each
- column out loud in chorus for a few more - Look at the examples and point out times. the grammar points of them: T calls some Ss to read the words out - Give the formula of the use of loud. conditional sentences 1, 2 & 3. Conditional sentences type 1 : T asks Ss to work in pairs and take turn to read aloud the given dialogue on page Eg: If I find her address, I’ll send her 87. an invitation. -Asks Ss to look at the following If he runs, he’ll get there in time. examples and remark them. If you don’t get up early, you will - Asks Ss to explain the formula of the miss the train. use of conditional sentences 1, 2 & 3. Form: If + S+ Vs/es, S+ will + Revision of conditional sentences (type V(infinitive) 1, 2, and 3) (simple present) (future) Use: DiÔn t¶ ®k cã thÓ x¶y ra ë hiÖn t¹i hay t¬ng lai. Conditional sentences type 2 : Eg: If he were a bird, he would fly to you. If I were you, I wouldn’t do that. Form: If + S+ V-ed, S+would + V(infinitive) (simple past) Use: DiÔn t¶ ®k kh«ng cã thùc ë hiÖn t¹i. Conditional sentences type 3 : Eg: If you had got there last night, you would have met him. If he had listen to me, he wouldn’t have failed in the exams. Form: If+S+had+V-ed, S+would+have+ V- ed (past perfect) Use: DiÔn t¶ ®k kh«ng cã thùc ë QK Exercise 1: EXERCISE 1: T asks Ss to do exercise 1 & 2
- T asks 2 Ss to read their answers aloud Work individually then compare the T asks Ss to remark. answers with a partner. T gives feedback & corrects them *Suggested answers: 1.would drive; 2.could; Exercise 2: 3.is; T asks Ss to do exercise 2 in pairs and 4.will take; 5.closed; 6.will then compare come answers with another pair. EXERCISE 2: T calls on some Ss to go to the board to Work in pairs write their *Suggested answers: answers. 1. had been told T asks other Ss to feedback and gives 2. had realised correct Answers: 3. wouldn’t have been 4. would have bought Conditional sentences in reported 5. had studied speech a. Presentation T writes some conditional sentences in Listen, survey and take note reported speech non the board and asks Ss to comment on the changes of the verbs, pronouns and adverbs of time and places. Eg: ‘I will come to see you if I have time’, the man said to her. (Type1) —>The man said to her that he would come to see her if he had time. ‘If I had a permit, I could get a job, ‘ he said. (Type2) —>He said that if he had a permit, he could get a job. - ‘If you had followed my advice, you would have been the winner, ‘said her mother. (Type3)
- —> Her mother said if she had followed her advice, she would have been the + Conditional type 1: we apply all winner. T elicits the comments from Ss and the necessary changes as usual (changes of verb tenses, pronouns, makes clear that: adverbs of time and place...) + Conditional type 2 and 3: we do not change the verb tenses, but we follow the rules to change pronouns, adverbs of time and place... EXERCISE 3: Exercise 3: Ss have to change the conditional T asks Ss to do exercise 3 individually. sentences into reported speech. T asks them to compare answers with Work individually then compare another student. answers with another student. T calls some Ss to go to the board to *Suggested answers: write their 1. The man said to to her (that) he sentences. would come to see her f he had time. T asks other Ss to feedback and gives 2. He asked her what she would say if correct answers: someone stepped on her feet. 3. They said to me (that) if it didn’t rain they would go out with me. 4. The man asked the woman what she would do if she were a billionaire. 5. The man said to me (that) if I had asked him he would have lent me his motorbike. T summarises the main points of the 6. The man said to his daughter (that) they would be very disappointed if she lesson did not come. T assigns homework: 7. The boy said to the girl (that) he was sure they would understand if she explained the situation to them.
- Homework: Ss review the points that have been covered in the lesson EXTRA EXERCISE: Change the following conditional sentences into reported speech. 1. “If he had dropped the vase, it would have broken,” her grandmother said to him. 2. “If you have to do the washing up, I will help you,” her husband said to her. 3. “I wouldn’t run away if I saw a spider,” the girl said. 4. “We’d have given you a lift if you hadn’t had your bike with you,” my friends said to me. 5. “If you had listened to me, the accident wouldn’t have happened,” my father said to my brother. 6. “If we don’t get tickets for the concert, we’ll stay at home,” they said to me. 7. “We’d go by bus if we didn’t have a car,” my cousins said to their parents. 8. “He wouldn’t have taken the bread if he hadn’t been hungry,” her sister said. Answers: 1. Her grandmother said to him that if he had dropped the vase it would have broken. 2. Her husband said to her that if she had to do the washing up, he would help her. 3. The girl said that she would run away if she saw a spider. 4. My friends said to me that they’d have given me a lift if I hadn’t had my bike with me. 5. My father said to my brother that if he had listened to him the accident wouldn’t have happened. 6. They said to me that if they didn’t get tickets for the concert they would stay at home. 7. My cousins said to their parents that they’d go by bus if they didn’t have a car. 8. Her sister said that he wouldn’t have taken the bread if he hadn’t been hungry.