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Practice the dialogue - Have students practice the dialogue between Nam and Hung on Matching dialogue - Have students make up similar dialogue about the drawings, Pre-teach vocabulary - push – up v: hít đất mime
Production II. Matching
- Set the scene: A space tourist traveled to Mars, he saw many things there and noted them down. These are drawing of things.
Try to guess and match the drawings with their names. - Number from 1 to 7 from left and right.
1 Minerals] 2 Water
3 Mountains 4 Plants
5 Little creatures 6 Gas
II. Drill - Use the drawing to drill
Exchange: what’s this? This may be water on Mars.
1. What are they? They may be minerals on Mars
2. What are they? They might be plants on Mars
3. What’s this? This may be gas on Mars
4. What are they? They may be gemstones on Mars.
5. What are they? The may be little creatures.
III. Practice the dialogue - Have students practice the dialogue between Nam and Hung on
page 85. - Call on some pairs of students to practice the dialogue.
- Correct their pronunciation. - Have all students work in pairs to practice the dialogue.
Dialogue Nam: What do these drawing say, Hung?
Hung: There might be water on Mars. Nam: And what about those back sparkling spots on the right
corner? Hung: Well, they might be traces of gemstones. There may be a
lot of precious stones on Mars.
IV. Matching dialogue - Have students make up similar dialogue about the drawings,
using the cues in 3a. Sample:
You: What do these drawing say? Your friend: These may be mountains on Mars.
You: And what about the red signs on the left corner? Your friend: Well, they might be gas on Mass
- Call on some pairs of students to practice their dialogue before the class.
- Give feedback
Discussion: - Give students the topic “What may there be on Mercuryon the
moon on Mars?” - Ask students to write the dialogue in their notebooks.
UNIT 10: LIFE ON OTHER PLANETS
Lesson 3: Section
- Read page 86-87
Period 63: I.AIM
Reading a text about a space trip.
By the end of the lesson, students will be able to understand the text about a space trip.
Text books, pictures.
Steps Activities Work
Chatting: - Prepare some lectures of a spaceship or of the first travel of man
to the moon - Show students that picture and ask them some questions to
involve students in the topic of the lesson. Do you want to travel?
Have you ever traveled in our country or broad? Have you ever dreamed of a trip to space?
Do you want to be an astronaut? Do you think traveling into space takes a lot of money?
I. Pre-teach vocabulary - push – up v: hít đất mime
- orbit nv: quĩ đạodi chuyển theo quĩ đạo visualpicturetranslation
- totally adv: hoàn toàn synonym: completely - marvelous adj: tuyệt diệu, kỳ diệu synonym: wonderful
- physical condition n: tình trạng thể chất, thể lực translation Checking vocabulary: Slap the board
- Write the new words all over board, each word in one circle.
- Call on two teams of 5 students to the front of the lass. - Call out the Vietnamese and two students run forward to slap
the English equivalent on the board. The students slapping the correct word first get one mark.
- Go on until all the word is slapped. II. Ordering statements
- Show the poster of five statements on the board. - Have students work in pair to put the statements in order to
show what they need and get in Joining a trip space. 1. Get a letter from a doctor to show you are in perfect health.
2. See pictures of the earth, its interesting places, and the stars from very far.
3. Feel tree and enjoy wonderful feeling. 4. Get ready and be in an excellent physical condition.
5. Get on the trip - Give feedback.
- Have students read the text and check their guess. Answer keys:
a. 4 b. 1
c. 5 d. 2
e. 3 I. Comprehension question:
- Have students read the text again and work in pairs to answer the questions on page 87.
- Call on some students to answer the questions loudly. - Correct their answer.
- Get students to practice asking answering the questions.
Answer keys: 1 What will you have to do if you decide to take a space trip?
- If you decide to take a space trip, you’ll have to run a lot, swim every day, and do aerobics and push – ups to have an excellent
physical condition. 2 What must you do if you want to show you are in perfect
health? - If you want to show you are in perfect health, you must get a
letter from the doctor. 3 What scenes on the earth can you see from the outer space?
- You can see pictures of the earth: your country, interesting places, the oceans, and the big rive the tall mountains.
Space trip Marvelous
Push-up Physical condition
4 How many times a day can you see those scenes? - We can see those scenes 16 times a day.
5 What things can you do while you are in orbit that you cannot do when you are on the earth?
- We can walk on the wall or on the ceiling.
Discussion: - Give students the topic of the discussion.
“If you were able to take a space trip, what would you do to prepare for the trip? What would you like to bring along?
- Divide the class into 4 groups. The students discuss on groups. - Ask each group to choose one leader who will present hisher
group’s opinions. - Help students to show their ideas.
- Get students to write a short paragraph to answer the questions in the discussion.
UNIT 10: LIFE ON OTHER PLANETS
Lesson 4: Section
- Write page 88-89
Period 66: I. AIM
Writing an exposition about rhea existence of UFOs.