Week: 1 THE PAST SIMPLE AND THE PAST PROGRESSIVE, Aim: By the end of the lesson, Students will be able to review and use the past tenses.Teaching aids: lesson plan, handouts, blackboards.Procedure:T Stages and contents T’s activitiesSs’ activitiesI. THE PAST SIMPLE TENSE 1. Form to be – Affirmative: S + V2/ed…. S + was/were…… – Negative: S + did + not + V… S + was/were + not… – Interrogative: Did + S + V….? Was/Were + S ….? 2. Use a. Diễn tả một hành động xảy ra trong quá khứ xác đònh rõ thời gian (yesterday, ago, last……, in the past, in 1990) Ex: – My father bought this house 10 years ago. – Mr. Nam worked here in 1999. b. Diễn tả một loạt các hành động xảy ra liên tiếp trong
quá khứ. Ex: – Last night, I had dinner, did my homework, watched TV and went to bed. – When she came here in 1990, she worked as a teacher.II. THE PAST PROGRESSIVE TENSE 1. Form – Affirmative: S + was/were + V-ing…. – Negative: S + was/were + not + V-ing… – Interrogative: Was/Were + S + V-ing….? 2. Use a. Diễn tả một hành động xảy ra ở một thời điểm trong quá khứ. Ex: They were playing chess at 4 o’clock yesterday. b. Diễn tả một hành động đang xảy ra có một hành động khác xen vào trong quá khứ (when, while, as). Hành động đang xảy ra dùng thì Past Progressive, hành động xen vào ra dùng thì Past Simple. Ex: – I was studying my lessons when he came. – We saw him while we were walking along the street.* EXERCISEChoose the best answer to complete each sentence.– Review the form, the use of the past simple and past progressive.– Get Ss to do the exercise– Ask Ss to choose the best answer to complete each sentence.-Look at, listen and answer the
T’s questions.1. D were wearing / met2. B was 1) You your new hat when I you yesterday.A. were wearing/ had met B. wore/ had metC. wore/ was meeting D. were wearing/ met2) As I the glass, it suddenly into two pieces.A. cut/ broke B. was cutting/ brokeC. cut/ was breaking chúng tôi cutting/ had broken3) A burglar into the house while we television.A. broke/ were watching B. broke/ watchedC. had broken/ watched D. broke/ had watched4) It was midnight. Outside it very hard. A. rains B. rained C. had rained D. was raining* EXERCISE Put the verbs in parentheses into the correct tense.1) While Diana (watch) her favourite TV programme, there (be) a power cut.2) Who (drive) the car at the time of the accident? 3) I (do) some shopping yesterday, when I (see) your friend.4) What you (do) when I (come) to your office yesterday?– Ask Ss to put the verbs in parentheses into the correct tensecutting/ broke3. A broke / were watching4. D was raining1. was watching / was2. was driving3. was doing / saw4.were / doing / cameWeek: 4 READING: UNIT 2Aim: By the end of the lesson, Students will be able to improve their reading skill as well as way to guess meaning of new words.Teaching aids: pictures, posters, cards.Procedure:T Stages & Content T’s activities Ss’activitiesRead the passage and choose the best answer for each blank.MARIA’S HOMECOMING When the bus (1) in a small square, Maria was reading her magazine and didn’t realize that she had arrived at her destination. “This is Santa Teresa,” Martin said. “You’ve arrived home!” I suppose your cousin will be (2) for us. Come on. I’ll carry the bags.” Maria thought, “All those years when I (3) – Get Ss to read the passage and do the in New York, I used to dream if this moment. And now it’s real, I can’t believe it! Here I am, I’m really standing in the square.” Santa Teresa was Maria’s birthplace, but she often left the town at the age of six. She had some (4) of the town, and some photos, but did she belong here still? She didn’t know. Nobody was waiting in the square. Perhaps her cousin Pablo hadn’t received Maria’s letter. “What are we going to do now?” asked Martin. “There isn’t (5) a hotel here!” 1) A. reached B. got C. stoopedD. came2) A. expecting B. waiting C. welcoming D. receiving3) A. was living B. have lived C. liveD. am living4) A. recall B. memories C. thinkingD.remembering5) A. even B. hardly C. too D. veryMultiple Exercise1. C stooped2. B waiting3. A was living4. B memories5. A evenWeek: 5 READING: UNIT 3Aim: By the end of the lesson, Students will be able to scan for specific information about party. – To help them improve reading skill.Teaching aids: Textbook, blackboard, poster…Procedure:T Stages & Content T’s activities Ss’activitiesRead the passage and choose one correct answer for each question.PREPARING A DINNER PARTY Giving a dinner party is a wonderful way of entertain people. You can also make new friends and give others the chance to get to know each other better. It needs planning, though. First, make a guest list, with different kinds of people and a mixture of women and men. Don’t invite couples because they aren’t so much fun. When you know who can come, find out what they like to eat and drink. Note down any who are vegetarians, or who can’t eat or drink certain things for religious seasons. Then plan their menu. Include a first course, a choice – Get Ss to read the passage and do the Multiple of main courses and a dessert, plus lots of people’s favourite drinks. The next thing to do is the shopping. Make sure buy more than enough of everything, and that someone can help you carry it! On the day, start cooking early. Give people appetizers like Greek mezze or Spanish tapas, so they don’t get hungry if they have to wait. Serve the delicious meal, sit down with your quests and have a good time – you’ve earned it!1) Which of the following is NOT mentioned as the purpose of giving a dinner party? A. to entertain people. B. to make new friends. C. to get people to know more about their host and hostess. D. to help people to know each other better.2) when giving a dinner party, you should NOT invite . A. husbands and wives. B. those who are vegetarians. C. both women and men. D. those who can’t eat or drink certain things.3) The menu should include these EXCEPT A. a first course B. a supper C. a dessert D. main courses4) According to the passage, starters should be served A. because the guests want to have a good time together B. because the guests like eating them C. because the guests want to eat them while having to wait D. because the guests may be hungry while having to wait5) What should you do while the guests are having their evening meal? A. Stand beside the guests without doing anything. B. Sit down with the guests and have a good time. C. Sit down with the guests to show your politeness. D. Only serve the guests with the food.Exercise 1. C to get people to know more about their host and hostess.2. A husbands and wives.3. B a supper4. D because the guests may be hungry while having to wait5. B Sit down with the guests and have a good time.
Week: 11 A LETTER OF REPLYAim: By the end of the lesson, Students will be able to write a letter of replyTeaching aids: lesson plan, blackboards.Procedure:T Stages and contents T’s activitiesSs’ activities* Writing a letter of replyFrom the cues given, write a letter of reply. 1) Thank you/ letter/ welcome/ General Knowledge Quiz.
2) number/ participants/ be/ 4/ members/ each/ team
3) Quiz/ hold/ 89 Le Loi Street/ HCM City/ November 30/ 2007
4) starting time/ be/ 8:00 p.m/ but/ you/ be/ present/ an hour/ earlier
5)Please/contact/ me/ phone/ 067.892899/ or/ e-mail/ [email protected]