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OBJECTIVE Pre-teach vocabulary - imagination n: sự tưởng tượng translation
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.
By the end of the lesson, students will be able to write an exposition about the existence of UFOs.
Steps Activities Work
Jumbled words: - Write the words whose letters are in random other on the board.
- Divide the class into two teams. Students from two teams go to board and write the correct words rearrange the letters in correct
order. The team which writes more correct words first wins the game.
1. ucinionttrod = introduction 2. oybd = body
3. nculcoonsi = conclusion 4. taimnenterent = entertainment
5. caret = trace 6. peapaceran = appearance
I. Pre-teach vocabulary - imagination n: sự tưởng tượng translation
- trick n: mẹo, kỷ xảo definition: a cunning action - man – like creature n: sinh vật giống người translation
- mysterious adj: bí hiểm definition: difficult or impossible to explain
- Flying saucer n: đĩa bay synonym: UFO Checking vocabulary: What and Where
- Write the new words on the board, one word in each circle.
- Ask students to repeat the words chorally the rub out word by word but leave the circles.
- Go on until all the circle is empty. - Get students to go to the board and write the words again in the
correct circles. II. Matching:
- Get students to do exercise 6a on page 88
saucer Man – like
- Have students read the outline of an exposition in column A and put the paragraphs in column B in order to match the sections in
A. Answer keys:
1. Introduction: I don’t believe there exist UFOs even though Many new sappers talk a lot about them.
2. Body: Firstly, flying saucers might be aircrafts, balloons clouds or tricks of light. Secondly, there are not enough photos showing
clearly the shapes of the UFOs. Moreover, if there are UFOs, there will certainly be traces of their landing on the ground.
3. Conclusion: There fore, UFOs are just the imagination of some writes and they do exist only in films for entertainment.
III. Reading the dialogue - Have students read the dialogue between An and Ba about the