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a. Knowledge: Three levels assessment:
- Helping Ss will be able to know about traditional dress of some countries,
especially "Ao dai" in Vietnam, the traditional dress of Vietnamese women.
- To help students practise listening,speaking,reading,writing skills to talk
about the Ao dai.
* Integration with Literature
- Students know how to introduce Vietnamese Ao Dai, using the textual
knowledge of Literature in the speech.
* Integration with History, Civic education:
- Students need to know the knowledge about the developing stages of
Vietnamese Ao Dai, use the knowledge of history, Civic education to love the
homeland, the country, love, respect and pride about the traditional costume of the
nation ... in the introduction about VietnameseAo Dai.
* Integration with Music:
- Students can sing a song about Vietnamese Ao Dai.
- Students have the ability to apply knowledge of music (rhyming, ...).
III. Object of the lesson:
- Grade: grade 9 (9A, 9B)
- Number: 48 students
- Students have been learning from Unit 1 to Unit 2, English textbook 9
(Vietnam Education Publishing House).
IV. Meaning of the lesson:
- The lesson has been used to improve the listening, speaking, reading and
writing skills of students. Students can exchange, discuss and be able to present in
- For integrated parts, students can apply in their daily lives, such as
introducing Vietnamese traditional dress, Aodai with international friends, using
Literature and also using equivalent English structures.
- Students learn and introduce Vietnamese Ao Dai through periods of
development using the language or knowledge of History, and also using the
equivalent English structures.
- Students learn how to introduce the traditional Aodai of Vietnam with
international friends, thus they are more beloved, cherished and proud of
traditional costumes of Vietnam.
- Teacher: A0 paper; Markers; Lesson Plan; Materials for teaching;
Projectors; Relevant knowledge (through local practice, books, photos, information
on the Internet ...)
- Student: Prepare the paper according to the requirements of teachers:
notebooks, learning aids…
1.1. Warm−up: (Getting started)
- Students works in groups, look at the clothes the people in these pictures
(p.13) are wearing and take turn to decide where they come from by asking and
- Teachers clarify the meaning of new words:
A kimono : áo ki mô nô (Traditional dress of the Japanese )
A sa-ri: xa ri (Cloth wrapped around the body instead of clothes)
A veil: mạng che mặt.
- Teacher call representatives of the groups answer the questions
- T models picture a :
Teacher: Where does she come from?
Students: She comes from Japan
Teacher: How do you know?
Students: Because she is wearing a kimono.
a) She comes from Vietnam. She is wearing Aodai.
b) He comes from Scotland (Uk). He is wearing a kilt.
c) She comes from India. She is wearing a Sari.
d) He comes from the USA. He is wearing jeans.
e) She comes from (Saudi) Arabia. She is wearing a veil.
- Teacher shows more pictures, and asks students:
- What’s subject of these pictures?
- Ss give answer “ it’s about Ao dai”
- Teacher: “In the lesson today we will study more about Ao Dai!”
1.2. Pre−teach vocabulary:
- design (v)
: thiết kế
- fashionable (a): (thuộc) thời trang, mốt (synonym) = mordern
- slit (n)
: đường xẻ (show the picture, look at the picture “ Ao dai
is slits on the sides” )
Ao dai is slit on the sides
: áo dài thắt ngang hông
- loose (a) = baggy
: rông thùng thình (synonym)
- pattern (n)
: mẫu vẽ,hoa văn (show the picture)
- inspiration (n): cảm hứng
Teacher asks sts to read the new words in chorus and individually.
- Check the new words by matching words
Get Ss predict the questions:
a. Who usually wears Ao dai nowadays? What about in the past?
b.What are the differences between traditional Ao dai and modern one?
- Call 2 SS to tell their predictions, teacher writes down on the board.
- Let SS listen to the tape to check their predictions (once)
Let SS listen to the tape again to check and correct prediction.
- Have them open the text books,read the dialogue in silence then correct the
false statements and give the key.
a. Nowadays women usually wear it.And in the past, it was frequently worn
by both men and women.
b. Modern Ao dai look modern and very fashionable.And VietNamese
women wear the unique dress.
- Students practice reading the text silently to get information about Ao dai .
* Integration with History :
- Teachers use history knowledge and somes pictures to talk about Ao dai
Vietnam - the way history, help students get more information.
- The long dress exist over time, is considered the traditional costume nature
of the long history of Vietnam.
- The image with two Vietnamese ao dai dress has been found through the
carvings on the drums of Dong Son and artifacts from every thousand years today
Costumes for the ancient Vietnamese shown on Dong Son .
• “Giao lanh” dress (Áo giao lãnh) (the 17th century)
Primitive style of gown is assigned the four tie coat, the predecessor of the
Vietnamese women dressed “Giao lanh” dress
• Four-robe , five- robe ( Áo tứ thân – áo ngũ thân)
(the 18th century to the early 20th century)
- During the 18th century to the early 20th century, where urban women have
nighty body style variations from four-robe to show wealth and social status of
Photos show the class distinctions in a family, the owner dressed in a fiverobe, the servant wearing a four-robe
( five- robe)
Lemur long dress (1939 – 1943)
- Unlike traditional wide in shape, tunic Le Mur curve hugging the body
with more westernized as bulging arms, neck carved heart-shaped, nail bow ... shirt
"hybrid". But this type of clothing only exist until about 1943.
Le Mur long dress (1938)
* Long dress with a sleeve raglan assembly (1960)
- 1960 Dung Tailors in Dakao ,Saigon, Saigon offer style long dress with a
sleeve raglan assembly. Item buttons are arranged to run from the neck to the
armpit diagonally, and then runs along one side. With raglan sleeve assembly fabric
tight lanes, tight-fitting tunic made every curve of the woman's body, creating more
Long dress with a sleeve raglan assembly
*Gown Madame Nhu ( In the early 1960s) (Áo dài Bà Nhu )
- In the early 1960s, Mrs. Tran Le Xuan, Ngo Dinh Nhu's wife, designed the
open-necked tunic style, also called neck boat neck cut. Gown Madame Nhu had
faced strong reactions because contrary to traditional habits and customs of the
society of that time.
Gown Madame Nhu
• Waist chiffon tunic – mini tunic (1960 – 1970)
- Approaching the end of the 60s, mini tunic became fashionable. Short shirt
and narrow tie, with the knee, wider shirt, no waists. . Sew sleeves are rolled
out. . Clothing garment apparel bears long with wide
The ao dai waist chiseled, prospered in 1960
* Modern Ao dai (1970 – nay)
- By the 90s, long coat is back, more sophisticated, more elegant, and began
to think about international friends as a symbol of women Vietnam.
- Get students work in two groups, read the text again and complete sentences on
part a, page14, use the information from the passage.
- Representatives of the groups go to the board ,complete the sentence. Each
call represents one of the groups.
- Students compare the answers of the two groups on the board.
- Give feedback and correct
1. For a long time the ao dai has been the subject of poems, novels and
2. The ao dai is described as a long silk tunic that is slit on the sides and
worn over loose pants.
3.The majority of Vietnamese woman prefer to wear modern clothing at
4.Some designers have modernized the ao dai by printing lines of poetry on
5.Another alternative is to add symbols such as suns, stars, crosses and
stripesto the ao dai.
* Comprehension questions:
- Get students work with a partner, read the text again, ask and answer the
questions on part b, page 14.
- Call on some students to ask and answer before class.
1.Traditional, men and women used to wear the “ao dai”
2.Because it is more convenient
3.They have printed lines of poetry on it or have added symbols such as
suns, stars, crosses and stripes to the “ao dai”
*/ Integration with art:
- There are many famous painting about “Ao dai”, for example:
To Ngoc Van's painting, "The girl with lilies", is one of the first and most
famous Vietnamese paintings depicting a girl in a white dress. Side by side with a
lily flower (lilies).