Giao án Unit 5 môn Tiếng Anh Lớp 10

1. Where is the test flight taking place?

A. In London B. In Paris C. In New York

2. What does Mr Brown do?

A. He’s a doctor. B. He’s a businessman. C. He’s an actor.

3. Why is he interested in the test flight?

A. Because he is considering owning a flying car to deal with

 the traffic problems.

B. Because his wife wants to have a flying car.

C. It uses too much gas.

4. What does Mr Brown like about the flying car?

A. It is not too big and it doesn’t use too much gas.

B. It can take off if it gets stuck in traffic.

C. A and B are correct.

5. What is the biggest problem with this flying car?

It needs a big garage.

It needs a runway to take off.

C. It flies slowly.

 

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3.2.5. 6.1. 4. 1. tail2. fan3. roof4. door5. wheel6. wingPeriod: 43UNIT 5 : INVENTIONS Lesson 5: ListeningFLYING CARSI. Pre-listening Vocabulary: 1. traffic congestion (n) /’træfik kən'dʒest∫n/ traffic jams (n) / træfik dʒæm /I. Pre-listening Vocabulary: traffic congestion (n) /’træfik kən'dʒest∫n/ traffic jams (n) / træfik dʒæm /collapse (v) / kə'læps /: foldcollapsible (a) / kə'læpsəbl /: can collapse gallon (n) / 'gælən / = 4.54 l in the UK ,=3.78 l in the USAII. While-listening1. Activity 1: Listen to an interview with Mr Brown, a spectator at a test flight of a flying car. Tick the words or phrases that you hear.__1. traffic jams (n) __2. traffic congestion (n) __3. collapse (v) __4. collapsible (a) __5. gallon (n)4.54 l in the UK ,=3.7__6. garage( n) __7. runaway (a)(n) __8. runway (n) Mr BrownReporterVVVVV1. Where is the test flight taking place?A. In London B. In Paris C. In New York2. What does Mr Brown do?A. He’s a doctor. B. He’s a businessman. C. He’s an actor.3. Why is he interested in the test flight?A. Because he is considering owning a flying car to deal with the traffic problems. B. Because his wife wants to have a flying car. C. It uses too much gas..4. What does Mr Brown like about the flying car?A. It is not too big and it doesn’t use too much gas.B. It can take off if it gets stuck in traffic.C. A and B are correct.5. What is the biggest problem with this flying car?It needs a big garage. It needs a runway to take off. C. It flies slowly. Activity 2: Listen to the interview again and choose the correct answer A, B or C.CBAABActivity 3 Listen again and complete the information about the flying car. Write one word or number in each gap. size : just a little bit . than a normal carpetrol consumption : just . gallon(s) per hour in the air  gallon(s) per 50 km on the ground 3. speed: . km per hour in the air.  km per hour on the ground bigger five one 200 120Work in groups. Talking about advantages and disadvantages of a flying car. Suggestions:+ use+ speed+ size+ petrol consumption+ cost+ III. Post-listeningHomeworkLearn new words about the flying car.4. Prepare The lesson” Writing”Audio scriptReporter: Excuse me; I'm from the ABC Discovery Channel. May I ask you a few questions?Mr Brown: Sure.Reporter: Your name is ...Mr Brown: Eric Brown.Reporter: Yes, Mr Brown. Why are you interested in this test flight in New York City?Mr Brown: Well ... I'm a businessman here in this city. You see... there are quite a lot of traffic jams during the rush hours. I guess owning a flying car like this might be a good idea.Reporter: I see. What do you like about this car?Mr Brown: It's not... not too big, just a little bit bigger than a normal car. So when its wings collapse, it fits quite well in any garage. Second, it doesn't use too much gas - just five gallons per hour in the air and one gallon per 50 km on the ground.Reporter: How about its speed?Mr Brown: It's OK. It can reach 120 km per hour on the ground and nearly 200 in the air.Reporter: Anything you don't like about it, Mr Brown?Mr Brown: Yes. It needs a runway. That's the biggest problem. What happens if it gets stuck in traffic and cannot take off?Reporter: Yeah... Thank you very much for spending time with us...-Work in groups. Talk about advantages and disadvantages of a flying car. Suggested answers: + It can both run on the ground and fly in the air . + It can help me to avoid traffic jams at rush hours. + It can move quickly ( = with high speed),. + It doesn’t use too much gas.- It can’t take off without a runway . It can carry a small number of passengers ,It is too expensive. III. Post-listeningII. While-listeningActivity 1 Listen to an interview with Mr Brown, a spectator at a test flight of a flying car. Tick the words or phrases that you hear. __ traffic jams (n) / træfik dʒæm / __ traffic congestion (n) /’træfik kən'dʒest∫n/ __ collapse (v) / kə'læps / __ collapsible (a) / kə'læpsəbl / __ gallon (n)= / 'gælən / =4.54 l in the UK ,=3.78 l in t __ garage( n) / 'gærɑ:ʒ / / 'gæridʒ / gə 'rɑ:ʒ / __ runaway (a)(n) / 'rʌnəwei / __ runway (n) / 'rʌnwei /Mr BrownReporterVVVVV1. Where is the test flight taking place?A. In London B. In Paris C. In New York2. What does Mr Brown do?A. He’s a doctor. B. He’s a businessman. C. He’s an actor.3. Why is he interested in the test flight?A. Because he is considering owning a flying car to deal with the traffic problems. B. Because his wife wants to have a flying car. C. It uses too much gas..4. What does Mr Brown like about the flying car?A. It is not too big and it doesn’t use too much gas.B. It can take off if it gets stuck in traffic.C. A and B are correct.5. What is the biggest problem with this flying car?It needs a big garage. It needs a runway to take off. C. It flies slowly. Activity 2: Listen to the interview again and choose the correct answer A, B or C.CBAAB

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