ENGLISH 10 UNIT 13 SPEAKING

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DA NANG, AUGUST 22, 2017 UNIVERSITY OF FOREIGN LANGUAGE STUDIES ENGLISH DEPARTMENT -   - ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING METHODOLOGY Lesson plan SPEAKING English 10Unit 13 Group – Class Nguyen Hoang Thuc Anh Tran Thi Thanh Mai Tran Nguyen Thu English 10 Unit 13: FILMS AND CINEMA (Speaking) LESSON OUTLINE - Warm up (Thục Anh) • Guessing game: “What films are on TV tonight?” Pre-speaking (Thục Anh) • Task 1: - Practicing sample dialogue - Activity: Finding someone who While-speaking (Thanh Mai) • Task 2: feelings/ opinions about films - Bubble network - Introducing structure (S + find(s) + N + Adj) - Expressions of agreement and disagreement - Sample dialogue - Practicing • Task 3: preferences for films - Introducing structure (S + prefer(s) + N + to + N) - Practicing Post-speaking (Nguyên Thư) • Task 4: Talk about the film you have seen Consolidation - Consolidate vocabulary to describe films and structures to express attitudes and preferences Homework practice: Write a short paragraph about film English 10 Unit 13: FILMS AND CINEMA (Speaking) Aim: By the end of the lesson, students will be able: - To ask and answer questions about films - To talk about favorite kinds of film - To express attitudes and preferences B Method: Communicative approach C Teaching aid: Textbook, handouts, slides, speakers, and markers D Procedures: Stabilization (2’) Check – up (8’) New lesson (35’) A Time 5’ Contents  Warm up Activities Game: “Which films are on TV tonight?” Guessing the types of the film genre and names of these films based on the trailers - Suggested answer: Thriller (Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows) Love story film (Me before you) Science fiction film (Avatar) Cartoon film (Spirited away) Horror film (Anna Belle: Creation) Answering some questions related to the lesson - Suggested questions: Have you ever watched these films? Which films you like most? Why you like it? Suggested answer: - - - - T divides class into teams and invites Ss to join in a game: guessing the types of the film genre and names of these films T gives Ss the rule of the game T plays film trailers T asks Ss to discuss with team-mates and raise hands to answer what the title of the film is and what kind of that one is T gives feedbacks The winner will be the team which has correct answers fastest T asks Ss some questions, and gives feedback Yes It’s “Me before you” Because it’s so romantic 5’ Pre- speaking  Task 1: How much you like each kind of film? - Example: A: How much you like science fiction film? B: I like science fiction film very much/ Very much A: Do you like thriller? B: No, I don’t like thriller at all/ Not at all - T shows examples, which are basically used to express one’s opinion about kinds of film - T calls on some pairs to practice the dialogue Then T elicits from Ss which grammar structure T uses - Structure: A: B: T introduces the structure T gets Ss to make sentences with the structure - T gives feedback on their sentences - How much you like - (film)? I like very much Or A: B: - Do you like (film)? Yes, I like - but not very much/ No, I don’t like - at all Activity: Finding someone who T delivers handout to Ss and asks them to make a group of Ss - T requests Ss to use the structure “How much you like film?” or “Do you like film?” to ask friends in their groups and write down their friends’ names into the suitable column “very much/ not very much/ not at all” - T calls on some Ss to report their interview and gives feedback - • Interviewing friends about how much they like each kind of film • Writing their names into the suitable columns in handouts • Reporting their interviews in front of class 8’  While speaking *Task 2: Finding out what your friends feel about each kind of film - T draws a big circle labelling Activity 1: Network Bubble “Adjectives for Films” and its network - Finding out some adjectives that can be on the board used to describe films - T asks Ss to brainstorm all the adjectives that can be used to describe films Suggested answer: - Then, T delivers Handout to Ss T asks Ss to look at the adjectives in the righthand column to see if they not know interesting any of the words T explains the meaning of new words if any moving terrifying Adjectives for Films exciting good fun boring violent - T shows examples, which are used to Activity 2: Introducing structure express one’s opinion about something - Introduces the structure “S + find(s) + or someone Then T elicits from Ss S.O / S.Th + Adj”, which can be used to which grammar structure T uses express one’s opinion about something - T introduces the structure “S + find(s) + S.O / S.Th + Adj” or someone - T gets Ss to make sentences with the Example: structure I find Linda amusing - T gives feedback on their sentences I find war films boring T delivers Handout to Ss T asks Ss to sit in groups of Ss and put Activity 3: Expressions of agreement all the expression into the right column T calls on some Ss to the task and disagreement - T corrects and gives feedback - Suggested answer Agreement I agree with you Yes, exactly I can’t agree with you anymore - Sure!, Exactly!, Absolutely! - Disagreement - I don’t think so - Yes, but … - Do you think so? - You can’t be serious! - You must be kidding! T shows a sample dialogue to help Ss practice easily - T divides class into groups and has them practice the dialogues - Activity 4: Sample dialogue Sample dialogue Agree A: What you think of action films? B: I find them interesting A: Oh, I agree with you Disagree B: What’s your opinion about horror films? A: I find them very terrifying B: I don’t quite agree with you I find them very interesting T divides class into groups of Ss and lets them practice talking about their thoughts of each kind of film - T moves around the class to help Ss if necessary - T calls on some pairs asking them to make their own dialogues - T gives feedback - 7’ Activity 5: Practicing *Task 3: Finding out his/her preferences for films - Activity 1: Introducing structure - Introducing structure “S + prefer(s) + N + to + N”, which can be used to talk about one’s preferences Example I prefer milk to water I prefer cartoon films to war films - Sample dialogue T shows examples, which are used to express one’s preferences for something or someone Then T elicits from Ss which grammar structure T uses T introduces the structure “S + prefer(s) + N + to + N” T gets Ss to make sentences with the structure T gives feedback on their sentences T shows a sample dialogue to help Ss practice easily T calls on some Ss to practice the sample dialogue Nam: Which you prefer, detective films or science fiction films? Nga: Well, it’s difficult to say But I suppose prefer science fiction films to detective ones - Activity 2: Practicing Suggested dialogue - Lan: Which you prefer, war films or science fiction films? - Mai: Personally, I prefer science fiction films to war ones because I find them exciting I like The Avengers most I have watched it three times - T delivers Picture to Ss and makes a sample conversation T lets Ss choose some pairs of pictures to practice asking and answering about their preferences for films with their partners T moves around the class to help Ss if necessary T calls on some pairs and asks them to make their own dialogues T gives feedback 9’ Post – speaking Task 4: Work in groups Talk about the film you have seen Use the suggestions below: Where did you see it? What kind of film is it? What is it about? Who is/ are the main character(s)? How you feel about it? Why you prefer it to other films?  - - - 1’ Consolidation and homework - - T divides class into groups of or T then gives handout T asks Ss to work in groups to ask and answer questions about the film they have seen T shows the suggested questions on slides and instructs Ss how to answer them Then, T asks Ss to take notes of their friends’ stories in the handouts T goes around and offers help if necessary T calls on some Ss to report their friends’ stories T gives feedback and checks their pronunciation T asks Ss to learn vocabulary to describe films and sentence structures to express attitudes and preferences Homework: Write a short paragraph about your favorite films APPENDIX Handout Kind of film Very much Not very much Not at all Science fiction Cartoon Horror Detective Thriller Handout Handout Kinds of films Adjectives for films Detective films Interesting Science fiction films Moving Love story films Good fun Cartoon films Violent War films Boring Thrillers Exciting Action films Terrifying I agree with you Yes, but … Yes, exactly Do you think so? I can’t agree with you anymore Sure!, Exactly!, Absolutely! You can’t be serious! I don’t think so You must be kidding! Agreement Disagreement 10 Handout Name Questions Where did you see it? What kind of film is it? What is it about? Who is/ are the main character(s)? How you feel about it? Why you prefer it to other films? 11 Picture Cartoon Films Science Fiction Films Horror Films Action Films Love Story Films Detective Films 12 .. .English 10 Unit 13: FILMS AND CINEMA (Speaking) LESSON OUTLINE - Warm up (Thục Anh) • Guessing game: “What films are on TV tonight?” Pre -speaking (Thục Anh) • Task... attitudes and preferences Homework practice: Write a short paragraph about film English 10 Unit 13: FILMS AND CINEMA (Speaking) Aim: By the end of the lesson, students will be able: - To ask and... 3: preferences for films - Introducing structure (S + prefer(s) + N + to + N) - Practicing Post -speaking (Nguyên Thư) • Task 4: Talk about the film you have seen Consolidation - Consolidate vocabulary
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