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WEEK 24

Date of teaching:

PERIOD 93

7/3/2022(4B) Date of preparing: 4/3/2022 8/3/2022(4C)

9/3/2022(4A,4D,4E)

UNIT 19: WHAT ANIMAL DO YOU WANT TO SEE?

LESSON 1: P 1,2

I. OBJECTIVES: - By the end of this lesson, students will be able to 1. Knowledge

- Students will be able to ask and answer questions about someone’s desire.

2. skills

- Listening, speaking and reading skills: identify the specific information in the dialogues.

- Writing skills:use words and structures and write about phone numbers.

3. Attribute.

- Know ask and answer questions about animal.

4. Competence

- Use language to talk about animal.

- solve problems by themselves.

- develop their communication and collaboration skills II. Language focus

- Vocabulary:kangaroo, crocodile, tigers, elephants.

- Sentence patterns: What animal do you want to see? I want to see ...

III. Instructional resources

1. Teacher’s preparation: sach mem.vn, book, flashcards, laptop, CD, youtube.com 2. Student’s preparation: books, notebooks, workbooks.

IV. Procedures:

Teacher’s activities student’s activities 1. Warm up: (5’)slap the board

- Aim: help Ss to revise the vocabulary book.

- In put: go for a walk, go for a picnic, go fishing, go skating.

- Procedures: - divide class into 2 groups.

- tell Ss how to play the game.

- let students play the game in groups.

- check the correct words and gives comments.

- link to the new lesson.

- Output: student will revise the

vocabulary about the picture exactly and fluently.

- Listen

- Play the game

Tigers/crocodiles/ scary Bears/elephants/big

Zebras/beautiful Kangaroos/

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2. New lesson:

* Activities 1. Look, listen and repeat.

(12’)

- Aim: Asking them to say the names of five animals they know in English.

- In put: the dialogue in part 1 on page 58.

Picture a, b, c and d CD

- Procedures:

- Set the scene: T ask Ss to look at the pictures

- T: Where are they?

- Ss: answer

- T: What are they doing?

- Ss: answer

- T asks Ss to open their books to page 58 - Ss: open their books to page 58

- T opens the cassette.

- Ss: listen and point

- T opens the cassette again.

-Ss: listen and read in chorus( 2 times) - T - Ss role play.

- T - Ss, Ss- T, half- half, open pairs - T checks Ss’s understanding about the dialogue

- Out put: SS can listen and repeat the dialogue about anima.

* Activities 2. Point and say (13’) - Aim: identify the vocabulary and structure about animal.

- In put:

- vocabulary: kangaroos, crocodiles, tigers, elephants.

- Sentences patterns:

A: What animal do you want to see?

B: I want to see …….

- 4 pictures about animal.

- Procedures:

a. Teach vocabulary

- T uses pictures for eliciting the new words.

- kangaroos: con chuột túi - crocodiles: cá xấu

- tigers: con hổ - elephants: con voi

Look at the picture and give answer.

Ss open their books to page 52 - listen carefilly

listen and repeat

- repeat the words.

- write down

- listen to the T’s instruction

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- monkeys: con khỉ - animal: động - T models

Ss listen and repeat (chorally then individually)

- T writes down on the board - Ss: copy.

- T check vocabulary: Rub out and remember b. Sentences patterns:

- T introduce structure

- Set the scence: T asks to look at their book on page 58

- T models

What animal do you want to see?

I want to see …….

- T writes down on the board - T reads - Ss listen

- T reads - Ss repeat

- Ss: read in chorus, individually

- T-Ss, Ss- T, half-half, open pairs, close pairs - T give the meaning, form and use,

intonation

* Game: chain game.

Ss listen to music and give one by one a box.

When music stops who has a box will

introduce the partner nex to him/her Then the others greet

c. Practice.(7’) Word cue drill

- run through all the pictures - T models the first cue.

+ What animal do you want to see?

> I want to see monkey - Ss: read in chorus

- T-Ss, Ss- T, half-half, open pairs, close pairs - Out put: SS can tell about animal.

* Work in pairs. Ask your partners what animal they want to see at the zoo.

* Wrap up and assignment. (2’) - Summary the lesson

- Repeat - Write do - Work in pairs.

- Practice model

Listen

- Ss to retell the contents of this lesson

kangaroos crocodiles

tigers elephants

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* Home link. (1’)

- Tell pupils to read the part 1 again.

- Do exercises in worbook, learn by heart the new words and the structure.

Adjustment

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WEEK 24

Date of teaching:

PERIOD 94

7/3/2022(4B) Date of preparing: 4/3/2022 8/3/2022(4C)

9/3/2022(4A,4D,4E)

UNIT 19: WHAT ANIMAL DO YOU WANT TO SEE?

LESSON 2: P 1,2,3 I. OBJECTIVES: - By the end of this lesson.

1. Knowledge

- Students will be able to express reasons.

2. skills

- Listening, speaking and reading skills: identify the specific information in the dialogues.

- Writing skills:use words and structures and write about express reasons.

3. Attribute.

- Know accept and decline an invitation,.

4. Competence

- Use language to talk about express reasons..

- solve problems by themselves.

- develop their communication and collaboration skills II. Language focus

- Vocabulary: scary, zebras, beautiful, bears, funny, fast, friendly

- Sentence patterns: I like… because they are …. I don't like … because they are...

III. Instructional resources

1. Teacher’s preparation: sach mem.vn, book, flashcards, laptop, CD, youtube.com 2. Student’s preparation: Students’ aids: books, notebooks, workbooks.

IV. Procedures:

Teacher’s activities student’s activities 1. Warm up: (5’) Rub out and remember.

- Aim: help Ss to revise the vocabulary book.

- In put: kangaroo, crocodile, tigers, elephants

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- Procedures: divide class into 2 groups.

- tell Ss how to play the game.

- let students play the game in groups.

- check the correct words and gives comments.

- link to the new lesson.

- Output: student will revise the

vocabulary about the picture exactly and fluently.

2. New lesson:

* Activities 1. Look, listen and repeat.

(12’)

- Aim: Ss will be able to listen and repeat about the dialogue.

- In put: 4 pictures in part 1 on page 60, dialogue betwwen Linda and Nam.

- Procedures:

Set the scene: T ask Ss to look at the pictures

T: + How many pictures are there?

- + Who are they?

- - Ss: answer

- + Where are they?

- - Ss: answer

+ What are they doing?

S - Ss: answer

-T asks Ss to open their books to page 60 - Ss: open their books to page 60

- T opens the cassette.

- Ss: listen and point

- T opens the cassette again.

-Ss: listen and read in chorus( 2 times) - T - Ss role play.

- T - Ss, Ss- T, half- half, open pairs - T checks Ss’s understanding about the dialogue.

Out put: SS can liten and repeat the dialogue and role play.

* Activities 2. Point and say (13’) - Aim: identify the vocabulary and structure about about accept and decline an invitation.

SS listen.

- Look at the picture and answer Ss open their books to page 46

- SS listen the recording.

- SS listen and repeat.

- SS read in groups.

- SS read in pairs.

- SS read the dialogue.

- SS listen and identify.

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- In put:

- vocabulary: -scary, zebras, beautiful, bears, funny, fast, friendly

- Sentences patterns:

I like… because they are …. I don't like … because they are...

- 4 pictures about animals.

Answer my question for me . 1 1. What animal do you like?

S Ss: answer

2. Why do you like Mokeys?

Ss: answer

3. What about Tigers:

Ss: answer

4. Why do you like Tigers:

Ss: answer

- Procedures:

a. Teach vocabulary

- T uses pictures for eliciting the new words.

- scary : làm sợ hãi - bears: con gấu - big: to, lớn - zebras: ngựa vằn - beautiful: đẹp - fast: nhanh - T models

- Ss listen and repeat (chorally then individually)

- T writes down on the board - Ss: copy.

- T: Vocabulary checking: Rub out and remember

b. Sentences patterns:

- T introduce structure

- Set the scence: T asks to look at their book on page 60

- T models

> I like monkeys because they are funny.

> I don't like bears because they are - T writes down on the board

- T reads - Ss listen - T reads - Ss repeat

- Ss: read in chorus, individually

- T- Ss, Ss - T, half-half, open pairs, close pairs

-SS answer.

- Ss listen.

- SS listen and repeat.

- read in chorus - individally

- Model.Then practise.

- Practise in pairs.

- SS play game to ask and answer.

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- T give the meaning, form and use, intonation

* Play chain game.

c. practice Word cue drill

+ run through all the pictures T models the first cue.

> I like monkeys because they are funny.

> I don't like bears because they are - Ss: read in chorus

- T- Ss, Ss- T, half-half, open pairs, close pairs

- Out put: SS can tell about animal do you like.

* Activity 3. Let's talk. (7’)

- Aim: apply vocabulary and structure about animal do you want to see.

- In put: The structure in part 3 on page 60.

- Procedures:

Tell pupils that they are going to revise what they have learnt in Lesson 1 and Lesson 2 - Model the task with one pupil.Put the sentences on the board and do choral and individual repetition.

- Ask them to work in pairs, one pupil asking the questions and the other giving the

answers.

- Select some pairs to role-play the dialogue in front of the class.

- Out put: Ss use structure to ask and answer about animals like and don’t like.

* Wrap up and assignment. (2’) - Summary the lesson

* Home link. (1’)

- Tell pupils to read the part 1 again.

- Do exercises in worbook, learn by heart the

SS listen.

-SS repeat.

- Pairs work to interact..

some pairs to act out in front of the class.

-Ss to retell the contents of this lesson

-SS listen.

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new words and the structure..

Adjustment

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WEEK 24

Date of teaching:

PERIOD 95

8/3/2022(4B) Date of preparing: 4/3/2022 9/3/2022(4C)

10/3/2022(4A) 11/3/2022(4D,4E)

UNIT 19: WHAT ANIMAL DO YOU WANT TO SEE?

LESSON 3: P 1,2,3

I. OBJECTIVES: - By the end of this lesson, students will be able to 1. Knowledge

- Pronounce three-syllable words with the stress on the first syllable: 'crocodile, 'elephant, 'wonderful and 'beautiful.

2. skills

- Develop listening, speaking ,reading and writing skills.

3. Attribute.

- Know ask and answer animals.

4. Competence

- Self-study ( can perform individual tasks and solve problems by themselves).

- Use language to talk about animals.

II. Language focus - Vocabulary: Review - Sentence patterns: Review III. Instructional resources

1. Teacher’s preparation: sach mem.vn, book, flashcards, laptop, CD, speakers, youtube.com

2. Student’s preparation: books, notebooks, workbooks.

IV. Procedures:

Teacher’s activities student’s activities 1. Warm up: (5’)

- Aim: Ss identify the vocabulary help ss ask and answer animals.

- In put: slap the board: scary, zebras, beautiful, bears, funny, fast, friendly

- out put: Students identify vocabulary about animals.

2. New lesson:

* Activities 1. Listen and repeat. (12’)

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- Aim: Ss can pronounce three-syllable words with the stress on the first syllable: 'crocodile, 'elephant, 'wonderful and 'beautiful in the words and the sentences respectively.

- In put: sounds, words and sentences in part 1 on page 62; listening file of the sounds, words and sentences

-Procedures:

- Tell the class that they are going to practise saying these words: 'crocodile, 'elephant, 'wonderful and 'beautiful.

- First, put the words 'crocodile, 'elephant, 'wonderful and 'beautiful on the board. Play the recording and ask pupils to repeat a few times.

Then write the four sentences on the board.

- Play the recording a few times and let pupils say the sentences

- Do choral and individual repetition of the words and sentences until pupils feel confident.

- Get some pupils to say the sentences, while the rest of the class claps at the stressed syllables of the target words.

- Ask them to make sentences with the words and say them aloud.

- Output: Ss pronounce the sounds 'crocodile, 'elephant, 'wonderful and 'beautiful in the words and the sentences correctly.

*Activity 2. Listen and circle. Then say the sentences aloud.(12’)

- Aim: consolidate two sounds 'crocodile, 'elephant, 'wonderful and 'beautiful through listening and writing skills.

- Input: 2 sentences and the listening file of part 2 on page 62, listening files of further practice;

4 sentences for further practice activity.

- Procedures:

a. Pre-listening

- Tell pupils that they are going to listen to four sentences and circle the correct words.

- Ask them to look at the sentences and guess the words to fill the gaps.

b. While-listening

- Play the recording for pupils to listen and

- Listen and repeat - Listen to the tape

Read in chorus and individual - Read aloud

+ Four sentences

- Look at the sentence and The stress marks.

- Report

- Listen again and check - Correct the answer - Read aloud

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circle the answers.

- Play the recording again so they can check their answers.

c. Post listening

- Get pupils to swap their answers before you check as a class.

- Ask pupils to say the sentences aloud.

- Output: Ss listen and circle. Then say the sentences aloud.

* Activity 3. Let's chant. (8’)

Aim: consolidate how to ask and answer question about zoo facilities.

- Input: the chant “I want to go to the zoo” on page 62 and the listening file of the chant.

Students’ pictures party.

- Procedures:

- Tell pupils that they are going to say the chant I want to go to the zoo

I want to go to the zoo.

Why?

Because I want to see the animals.

I like kangaroos.

Why?

Because they’re beautiful.

I like elephants.

Why?

Because they’re wonderful.

- Have pupils read the chant and check comprehension.

- Play the recording more than once.

- Pupils to do choral and individual.

- how them how to chant and do actions. Divide the class into three groups, each group singing one verse of the chant.

- Call three pairs to the front of the class to chant and do actions. The rest of the class claps along to the rhythm.

- Output: listen and say the chant “I want to go to the zoo” with the correct rhythm.

* Wrap up and assignment. (2’) - Summary the lesson

* Home link.(1’)

- Listen to the teacher

- Read the chant sentence by sentence

- Listen to the CD

- Listen to the CD and read each sentence in the chant.

- Chant

- Chant with clap the hands - Group work to chant.

- Listen

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- Tell pupils to read the part 1 again.

- Do exercises in worbook, learn by heart the new words and the structure.

- Ss to retell the contents of this lesson.

Adjustment

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WEEK 24

Date of teaching:

PERIOD 96

8/3/2022(4B) Date of preparing: 4/3/2022 9/3/2022(4C)

10/3/2022(4A) 11/3/2022(4D,4E)

UNIT 19: WHAT ANIMAL DO YOU WANT TO SEE?

LESSON 1: PART 3; LESSON 3: PART 4,5 I. OBJECTIVES: - By the end of this lesson.

1. Knowledge

- Make and respond to suggestions to go somewhere.

- Read the questions, listen and tick the correct pictures.

- Read and complete the sentences, using the pictures.

- Sing the song: Let’s go ...

.- Listen and tick the correct pictures.

2. skills

- listening and reading skills: identify the specific information in the dialogues.

-writing skills: use words and structures to write about make and respond to suggestions prices of clothes.

3. Attribute.

- Know how to preserve the value of clothes.

4. Competence

- solve problem by themselves

- develop their communication and cooperation skills by sharing and respond to suggestions prices of clothes.

- Language competence: speaking, listening and reading skills II. Language focus

- Vocabulary: scarf, blouse, jacket, shirt, jumpe.

- Sentence patterns: How much is the scarf?

It's ...

III. Instructional resources

1. Teacher’s preparation: sach mem.vn, book, flashcards, laptop, CD, speakers, youtube.com

2. Student’s preparation: books, notebooks, workbooks.

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IV. Procedures:

Teacher’s activities student’s activities 1.Warm up. (5’)

- Aim: Ss to revise the vocabulary about respond to suggestions animal.

-Input: 3 pictures of respond to suggestions animal.

- Procedures: You may ask them to clap at the stressed syllable as they say the words:crocodile, elephant, wonderful, beautiful, animal, bakery, hospital, library, cinema.

- Out put: students will chant words about the pictures exactly and fluently

2. New lesson:

*Activity 1.3- Lesson 1. Listen and match.

(10’).

- Aims:listen for specific information about respond to suggestions animal.

*Input: 6 pictures about respond to suggestions animal and audio in part 3.

* Procedures:

Have Ss open the book page 59 and describe the pictures.

Set the scene: Tell the class that they are going to listen to three dialogues about what animals Tony, Tom and Linda want to see and match each character to the correct picture.

- Ask pupils to look at the pictures to identify the characters.

- Play the recording more than once.

- Get pupils to swap their answers before you check as a class. Give feedback

Output: SS can listen and match.

Key: 1. c; 2. a; 3. b

* Activity 2.4- Lesson 3. Read and complete.

(12’)

- Aim:- Read and complete with the correct answers.

- input

- Have Ss open their book page 63.

- Read and complete in the blank about Nam and Mai.

- Proceduces:

-SS listen.

- SS play game in two teams.

- Open their book - Listen

- listen and match.

- check answer

- Open their book - Listen

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a. Pre- reading.

- Tell the class that they are going to read the email about Mai and Nam’s visit to the zoo and complete the paragraph.

b. While-reading.

- Tell pupils to read the incomplete paragraph first. Then let them read the email and focus on the information needed to fill the gaps. Pupils to work in pairs or groups.

- Give them time to do the task independently.

c. Post reading.

- Get pupils to swap their answers before checking as a class.

Output: They can read and complete the question from the text.

Key: 1. Animals ; 2. beautiful/ friendly/sca 3. big/ dangerous; 4. monkeys

5. funny

*Activity 3. 5- Lesson 3. Let's write. (10’) - Aim:- Show the table in the computer.

- In put: Students look at and write.

- Proceduces:

a. Pre- writing

- Tell pupils that they are going to write a short paragraph about why they want to go to the

zoo, what animal(s) they like and do not like, and the reasons.

b. While-writing.

- Have them work in pairs or groups to discuss what they are going to write.

c. Post writing.

- Get pupils to swap their answers.Ask one pupil to write the answer on the board

- out put: Students write about the dialuage blank.

Key: pupils’ own answers

* Wrap up and assignment. (2’) - Summary the lesson

* Home link.(1’)

- Tell pupils to read the part 1 again.

- Do exercises in worbook, learn by heart the

- Read and complete

- Trade their answers - listen and give comments - Repeat all the phrases

- Listen - Read the tex - Do the task - check answer

Listen

- Ss to retell the contents of this lesson.

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