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TEACHING AIDS Prediction - Set the scene: Listening and checking: - Have students listen to tape twice and check their perdition.
UNIT 10: LIFE ON OTHER PLANETS
Lesson 5: Section
- Listen page 3
- Language Focus 1 - 2 Period 67:
I. AIM Listening for details to complete a table and further practice in modal verbs – may,
might. II. OBJECTIVE
By the end of the lesson, students will be able to know more about the moon by listening and relative pronouns who – which – that.
III. TEACHING AIDS
Text books, pictures.
Steps Activities Work
Shark’s attack: - Prepare a shark or a crocodile and a school girlboy on cards.
- Draw some steps on the board, then stick the girlboy on top of the steps, the shark is in the sea around the steps.
- Draw 4 gaps for the word: MOON. - Get students into teams or ask them as a whole class. They
have to try to guess the letter. If their guess is right, they will get one mark The girlboy stands till
- The game continues until students find out all the letters of the word MOON and the shark can’t eat the girlboy.
- The game can go on with the words: Temperature
……………………… I. Pre-teach vocabulary
- expert n: chuyên gia definition: a person who has special knowledge, skill or proactive
- crater n: hố bom, miệng núi lửa visualpicture - one – sixth = một phần sáu
- two – fifths = hai phần năm Checking vocabulary: Matching
II. Prediction - Set the scene:
“You will listen to the description of the moon. But before listening, you should read the statements on page 86
and guess which is correct and which is incorrect”. - Have students work in pair to tick the statements that they think
they are correct. - Give feedback
a. There is no air on the moon. b. There are rivers and lakes on the moon.
c. There is no sound on the moon. d. It is very cold at night on the moon.
e. During the day the temperature is even lower. f. There are no round holes on the moon
g. There are no mountains on the moon h. You will weigh 8 kilo heavier on the moon.
i. You will be able to jump very high on the moon j. One day on the moon lasts for two weeks.
I. Listening and checking: - Have students listen to tape twice and check their perdition.
Answer keys: a, c, d, f, i, j
Tape transcript: “Good evening. Welcome to our Science For Fun Program. This
week, we’ve received a lot of questions asking about life on the moon. We’ve talked to some experts and this is what we’ve found
out. There is no water or air on the moon. It is all silent because there is no air. Of course, there will be no music, no sounds.
There are no rivers and no lakes. At night, it is very cold. The temperature rises to 100
C above zero. There are great round holes on the moon. They look like big
lakes. They are called craters. There are more than 30.000 craters on the moon. There are also high mountains. The highest
mountains on the moon are about 26.000 feet or 8.000 meters high.
And here is something very interesting to know: on the moon you weigh one sixth of what you weigh on earth. If you weight 50
kilos, on the moon you will weigh only a little more than an Olympic Champion. You can take very long steps as well. And…
May be you won’t sleep very well because one day the moon lasts for 2 weeks.
So, is there life on the moon? I’ll leave the questions for you answer yourself”.
II. Comprehension questions - Give students some questions and ask them to work in pair to