Giáo án Tiếng Anh Lớp 10 - Period 61, Unit 9: Undersea world - Lesson 4: Writing

Giáo án Tiếng Anh Lớp 10 - Period 61, Unit 9: Undersea world - Lesson 4: Writing

I. Objectives:

 - Students can write a paragraph to describe information from a table.

 - Information about the sperm whale and the dolphin.

II. Skill: Speaking: - read the sample paragraph.

 - work in pairs to find information to complete the table .

 - write a paragraph to describe the facts and figures provided in the table.

III. Teaching Aids: - board, textbook, chalk.

IV. Procedures:

 

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Week: 21
Period:61
UNIT 9: UNDERSEA WORLD
LESSON 4: WRITING
I. Objectives:
 - Students can write a paragraph to describe information from a table.
 - Information about the sperm whale and the dolphin.
II. Skill: Speaking: - read the sample paragraph.	
 - work in pairs to find information to complete the table .
 - write a paragraph to describe the facts and figures provided in the table.
III. Teaching Aids: - board, textbook, chalk.
IV. Procedures:
T
 Teacher's activities
 Students' activities
 5’
 17’
 15’
 7’
 1’
1. Homework checking :
- Ask one st to talk about whales.
- Ask other sts to listen to their friend and give remarks.
- Check and give remarks.
2. Before you write:
- Aims:to get sts to read the sample paragraph and to help them to prepare vocabulary and information before they write.
+ Task 1:
- Introduce the situation.
- Explain some new words:
+ sperm whale (n): a kind of whale that is hunted for an oily substance in its head.
+ 'carnivore (n): an animal that eats meat
+ squid (n): mực ống
+ ges'tation period (n): the process of carrying the young baby inside the mother's body.
+ life span (n): the period from birth to death
+ en'trapment (n): sự mắc bẫy
+ 'offspring (n)= calf (n): con non
- Ask sts to listen to the teacher and repeat , then write these words into their notebooks.
- Ask sts to work in pairs to read the paragraph and then complete the table that follows.
- Move round to help if necessary.
- Ask sts to compare their ideas with other pairs.
- Draw a table on the board and ask some sts to go to the board and complete the table.
- Look at the board and give remarks.
+ Task 2:
- Ask sts to work in pairs in 3 minutes to read the second table with some information about the dolphin.
- Move round to help if necessary.
3. While you write:
- Aims: Sts practise writing a paragraph that describes the facts and figures about the dolphin..
- Ask sts to use the information in the table and write a paragraph about the dolphin basing on the information in the table.
 - Let sts write in 10 minutes.
- Move around to conduct the activity.
4. After you write:
Aims: to get feedback and check sts' work.
- Get feedback by asking some sts to read their work aloud.
- Ask some other sts to give remarks.
- Check and give the correct answer.
- If there is enough time, T can have sts exchange their writing among sts within a group so that they can check their friend's work and give remarks.
5. Homework: 
- Part D ( page 67- workbook)
- Listen to their friend and give remarks.
- Listen to the teacher.
- Listen to the teacher carefully.
- Copy these words into theit notebooks.
- Listen to the teacher and then read these words in chorus and individually.
- Read the paragraph in pairs and do the task.
- Share their answer with their friends.
- Present their ideas.
+ Range and habitat: all oceans. Prefer the waters with high squid populations.
+ Size: 
Male: 18 m in length, 54,000 kg in weight
Female: 12 m in length, 17,000 kg in weight.
 ..................................
- Listen to the teacher.
- Work in pairs to read the table and try to understand the information.
- Do the writing task.
- Read their writing: ( a sample paragraph)
Dolphins are not fish. They are mamals that live in the water. Dolphins among the most intelligent on Earth. Although they can be found in all oceans in the world, dolphins prefer coastal waters and bays. The size of dolphins varies greatly. The smallest dolphin is just about 50kg in weight and 1.2 metres in length while the largest o9ne can weigh up to 8,200 kg and is 10 metres long. Dolphins are carnivores and they eat mostly fish. A female dolphin gives birth to one calf every two years after a gestation period of eleven to twelve months...........

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