Basic English - Unit 11: Looking good!

I. Introduction: The lesson belongs to Unit 11: Looking good! of New Headway elementary book. It introduces the basic knowledge about the usage of present continuous tense; vocabulary about clothes; describe people.

II. Aims:

1. Knowledge:

- describe people using the Present Continuous.

- distinguish the Simple Present and the Present Continuous.

- ask and answer using possessive pronouns.

- use common expressions in the clothes shop.

2. Skill:

- Reading the vocabulary fluently.

- Practicing speaking skill.

- Practicing listening skill

3. Attitude:

- Paying attention to the lesson.

- Contributing the ideas to the lesson.

- Working in groups enthusiastically.

 

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LESSON PLAN NUMBER 13
Object:	 Basic English
Name of lesson: 	 UNIT 11: LOOKING GOOD!
Period:	 05
Time: 	 225 minutes
Date:	 
I. Introduction: The lesson belongs to Unit 11: Looking good! of New Headway elementary book. It introduces the basic knowledge about the usage of present continuous tense; vocabulary about clothes; describe people.
II. Aims:
Knowledge: 
- describe people using the Present Continuous.
- distinguish the Simple Present and the Present Continuous.
- ask and answer using possessive pronouns.
- use common expressions in the clothes shop.
Skill:	
Reading the vocabulary fluently.
Practicing speaking skill.
Practicing listening skill 
Attitude:
Paying attention to the lesson.
Contributing the ideas to the lesson.
Working in groups enthusiastically. 
III. Preparation:
Teacher: 
Curriculum: For students at Tay Nguyen School – Full time.
Teaching program: New Headway Elementary.
Teaching aids: Textbooks, pictures, handouts, computer, projector, board.
Testing and assessment: communicative approach, group discussion.
Students: 
Knowledge and experiences relating to the lesson: searching vocabulary about city and country.
Studying aids: Books, notebooks, pens, board, etc.
IV. Procedures:
 1.Class stabilization: ( 2’): 
Checking attendance.
Reminding class before teaching.
2.Check – up: (10’)	
3. New lesson: (210’)
STAGE
TIME
METHODS
ACTIVITIES
TEACHING AIDS
TEACHERS
STUDENTS
1. STARTER
15’
Communicative approach
- Ask Ss to look around the classroom and try to find the items of clothing
- Ask: what are you wearing? What am I wearing? What is he/she wearing
- answer T’s question
textbook, CD player, disk
DESCRIBING PEOPLE
25’
Communicative approach
1. Ex 1:
 “what do they look like?
what are they doing?
what are they wearing?”
- helps Ss with some vocabulary about describing people
- asks Ss to work in pairs: each pair describes 2 photos
- calls on some Ss to present their work
Presentation: the present continuous
form: S + tobe + V-ing
examples:
the use: 
- describe these people
- present their work
- listen to T
Slides.
Computer.
- Board.
-Speakers.
PRACTICE TALKING ABOUT YOU
30’
Communicative approach, group discussion.
Ask Ss to write sentences that are true for them then share with a partner
Go around to give help if necessary
–Have Ss play guessing game: SsA: choose someone in the classroom but say nothing, the whole class : ask questions to find out who it is
Listen to the T
practice
Book, 
board 
WHO’S AT THE PARTY?
30’
Communicative approach, group 
Set the scene
Play the Cd two or three times for Ss to listen and do ex 1+2
Check: pause if needed
Listen and write the names on the picture and complete the table
board,
 CD player, 
GETTING INFORMA
TION
20’
Communicative approach,
Give instruction about the task:
Ss A: look at p 149
Ss B : p151
Describe their picture to find the differences btw 2 pics
Listen to the T
- Describe their picture
Additional Photos 
THE HOUSE IS A MESS !
45’
Communicative approach,
GRAMMAR SPOT
1. Complete the table
- Put simple sentences on the board
- Ask Ss to highlight the key word
We speak English. (subject pronoun)
They are helping us. (object pronoun)
Our classroom is large. (possessive adjective)
Those books are ours. (possessive pronoun)
2. Whose?
- Point out that there are two ways of asking the question:
 Whose + noun + is this?
 Whose + is this + noun?
3. Careful!
- Highlight the difference between Who's = Who is and Whose? for possession.
- Highlight the key word
- Listen and take notes.
- Listen and take 
Book
Board
Cassette
PRACTICE 
30’
Communicative approach,
1. Choose the correct word.
- Ask Ss work individually and choose the correct word.
- Get Ss to compare with a partner
- Check the answers with the whole class.
2.T11.3.
- Read the instructions
- Ask Ss shout out 1 if they think the word is “Whose . . . ?” and 2 if they think it is “Who's . . . ?”
- Play the recording.
- Repeat each sentence as often as necessary.
3. T 11.4.
- Ask Ss to listen and complete the conversation.
- Play the recording.
- Check the answers.
4. T11.4.
- Play the recording again.
- Get Ss to listen and repeat.
- Ask Ss work in pairs to make similar dialogues.
- Do the first couple as an example with the whole class.
Check it
5. Correct the sentences.
- Ask Ss to work individually and correct the mistakes.
- Check their answers in pairs.
- Check the answers with the whole class.
 Work individually
- Compare with a partner.
- Check the answers
- Do as required.
- Listen and repeat
- Listen and complete the conversation.
- Check the answers
- Listen and repeat
 - Work in pairs
 - Work individually
- Check the answers.
LISTENING AND SPEAKING (Looking for that something)
30’
Communicative approach,
What a wonderful world!
1. Look out of the window
 - Look out of the window and give a brief description what T does.
- Try to include examples of the Present Continuous.
- Get Ss to look out of the window and describe what they can see.
- Encourage them to be as detailed as possible.
- Ask them to include colors and other adjectives in their description.
2. Matching
- Do the first two collocations with the whole class as an example - shake hands and babies cry.
- Ask Ss to continue the activity in pairs.
- Check the answers with the whole class.
- Ask Ss to use the phrases to talk about the photos.
- Encourage them to do this in a meaningful way (There are two people smiling and shaking hands.)
- Listen to T
- Look out of the window and describe what they can see.
- Listen to T
- Work in pairs
4. Review the lesson: (3’) 
- Reviewing the knowledge in the lesson.
5. Homework: 
- Learning the vocabulary by heart.
- Reviewing the grammar.
- Practicing the listening skill.
- Do exercises in workbook from page 51to page 55.
6. Evaluation:
- About content: ..
- About methods: ...
- About teaching aids: ...
7. References:[1]. Raymond Murphy, Cambridge University Press, English Grammar in Use, 2004.
[2]. Liz and John Soars, Van Hoa- Thong Tin Press, New Headway Elementary (the Third edition).
	BMT, date.month.year.
	Dean	Prepared by
 Mrs. Nguyen Thi Binh	 	 Nguyen Thi Mai Lan

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