Giáo án English 10 - Unit 13: Films and cinema - E.Language Focus - Năm học 2012-2013

Giáo án English 10 - Unit 13: Films and cinema - E.Language Focus - Năm học 2012-2013

I/ Objectives:

1. Educational aim: To help Students will be able to distinguish the sounds /f/ and /v/

- Use attitudinal adjectives to describe films or to express their opinion about particular films

- Use structure "It was not until . that .” and articles "a/ an/the" appropriately

2. Knowledge: Pronounce the words and sentences containing these sounds correctly

3. Skills: to express their opinion about particular films

II/ Method: Mainly communication, Integrated.

III/ Teaching aids: Textbook.

IV/ Procedure:

 

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Pre : 24.03.2013
Tea: 25 + 27.03.2013
UNIT 13: FILMS AND CINEMA
E. LANGUAGE FOCUS
Week: 11
Period: 86-87 
I/ Objectives:
1. Educational aim:	 To help Students will be able to distinguish the sounds /f/ and /v/ 
- Use attitudinal adjectives to describe films or to express their opinion about particular films 
- Use structure "It was not until ... that ...” and articles "a/ an/the" appropriately
2. Knowledge:	Pronounce the words and sentences containing these sounds correctly 
3. Skills: to express their opinion about particular films
II/ Method: Mainly communication, Integrated.
III/ Teaching aids: Textbook. 
IV/ Procedure:
Contents
Teacher’s & Students’ activities 
PRONUNCIA TION : (10’)
Distinguishing sounds
Fan van
First vine
Form view
Fiction vote .
Practising sentences containing the target sounds : (10’)
He feels happy enough
I want a photograph for myself and my wife.
Would you prefer a full photograph or profile?
We use to live in a village in the valley.
- Models the two sounds If I and Ivl for a few times and shows the articulation of these sounds (i.e. when producing these sounds Ss' upper teeth need to touch their lower lips. When producing Ivl Ss can feel the vibration if they place their fingers on the voice box but when producing If I they cannot feel this). 
- Plays the tape (or reads) once for Ss to hear the words containing these two sounds. Then T plays the tape (or reads) again and this time asks Ss to repeat after the tape (or T). 
- Asks Ss to work in pairs and take turn to read aloud the given sentences 
- Goes around to listen and takes notes of the typical errors 
VOCABULARY
Exercise 1: A competition game (15’)
1. fascinate
2. excite
3. terrify
4. irritate
5. horrify
6. bore
7. surprise
8. amuse
9. embarrass
10. frustrate
Example: interest -> interesting 
* The difference between the two forms: 
- the -ing form has an active meaning. 
E.g. if something is interesting, it interests you 
- the -ed form has a passive meaning. 
E.g. because something is interesting, you are interested in it.
1. fascinating
2. exciting
3. terrifying
4. irritating
5. horrifying 
6. boring
7. surprising
8. amusing
9. embarrassing
10. frustrating
 Exercise 2: (10’)
Answer: 
1. a. depressing b. depressed 
2. a. interested b. interesting 
3. a. boring b. bored
4. a. excited b. exciting
5. a. exhausting b. exhausted
- Introduces the exercise: Ss are adjectival forms of the verbs given. 
- Asks Ss to read the verb list quickly. 
- Then T divides the class into two' big groups and the board into two big parts accordingly. T reads out any verb in the list and the members of each group will need to take turn to go to the board and write\the corresponding adjectival form. T keeps reading until there are no more verbs in the list. 
- Leads Ss to count how many correct adjectives each group gets. The group with more correct answers will be the winner. 
- Explains difficult cases, e.g. "fascinate", "excite", "bore", etc. When adding -ing to the verb roots, Ss need to omit "e". 
- May also want to tell Ss that there are two possible adjectival forms for a verb, the -ing form and the -ed form. T explains the difference between the two forms: 
- Introduces the exercise and asks Ss to do read all the sentences through. T explains new words if any. 
- Gets Ss to do the exercise individually and goes 'YV around checking that they work. 
- Calls on 5 Ss to go to the board and write the answers. 
GRAMMAR
Exercise 3: (15’)
a. Presentation:
E.g.: 
- It was not until last year that this school was built
- It was not until this May that she found a job 
- It was not until the early 1990s that America lifted its economic sanction on Vietnam 
- It was not until I was 15 that I learned how to ride a bicycle 
b. Practice: 
Answer: 
It was not until 1990 that she became a teacher 
It was not until he was 30 that he knew how to swim 
It was not until 1980 that they began to learn English 
It was not until his father came home that the boy did his homework 
It was not until the lights were on that the football match started 
Exercise 4: (25’)
a. Presentation: 
1. A/ an
a + singular countable noun beginning with a consonant (e.g. a dog, a bag, etc.} 
An + singular countable noun beginning with a vowel (e.g. an umbrella, an orange, an ice cream etc.) We do not use aI an together with another determiner (e.g. my, this, etc.) 
Note: we use "an" before a vowel even if it is written as a consonant: an hour (vs. a house), an M.P (vs. a mouse). We use "a" before a consonant even if it is written as a vowel: a university (vs. an umbrella). Meaning: one 
Use: Indefinite articles are used to refer to "one of a class", e.g. a man, a dog, a book, etc. 
2. The 
Form:
The + singular countable noun 
The + plural countable noun 
The + uncountable noun 
We do not use "the" together with another determiner (e.g. my, this, etc.) 
Note: We pronounce "the" as /di:/ before a vowel. meaning: a particular something 
Use: Definite articles are used to refer to the things or people we have already mentioned or when it is clear from the situation which people or things we mean: 
E.g.: She's got a boy and a girl. The boy is 5 years old and the girl is 3 years old. 
b. Practice:
Answer: 
1.a
2. the
3. the
4. an
5. a
6. a
7. the
8. the
9. the
10. a
11. a
12. the
13. the
14. an
15.a
16. the
17. a
18. a
c. Production: A guessing a game :
EX: - What are there in the room, where is it, ect.
“Is there a TV in your living room?”
“Is the TV in the middle of the room?”
Answers only when Ss use the correct article.
- Elicits from Ss the form, meaning, and use of the structure "It was not until ... that ... " 
- Gets Ss to translate some English sentences into Vietnamese and/ or vice versa to check that they understand and use the structure correctly.
- Gets Ss to do exercise 3 individually and then find a partner to check their answers with. 
- Calls on some Ss to read out their answers. T provides corrective feedback.
- Elicits from Ss the form, meaning, and use of the indefinite article "a/ an" and definite article "the". 
- Gets Ss to do exercise 4 individually and then find a partner to check their answers with. 
- Checks with the whole class and checks that Ss know why a particular type of article is used in a specific case.
- Explains the game : Ss have to ask T questions about his/ her living room , 
- Gets across to Ss that they can only ask Yes – No question 
WRAPPING UP: (5’)
- Asks Ss to do the extra exercise as homework.
- For homework, Ss review the attitudinal adjectives, the structure "It was not until ... that ... " and the articles.
Extra activity 
Fill in the blank with a/ an or the 
Taiwan was called "Isla Formosa" by .... Dutch. 
 ..first presidential election was March 23, 1997. 
Taiwan has ..strong economy. 
Taipei is ..	capital of Taiwan. 
	5. Taiwan is ..	island. 
	6 .large mountain range runs do~n the centre of Taiwan. 
	7. T ai wan is ..industrial i sed country. 
	8 .language of Taiwain is Chinese. 
	9. Chinese New Year is .important holiday in Taiwan. 
	10. Taiwan has ..population of 22 million people. 
Answer: 
the 2. the 3.a 4. the 5. an 
6.a 7. an 8. the 9. an 10.a 

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