Giáo án Tiếng Anh Lớp 6 - Unit 6: Sports

- get some more knowledge about places in a town or city.

 - Vocabulary: (n) player, fan, competition, race, stadium, champion, ball, match, Olympic, team - vocabulary: revision of interests and hobbies – Extra vocabulary: subjective pronouns, possessive adjectives

 

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Period LESSON PLAN TIẾNG ANH 6 FRIENDS PLUS UNIT 6: SPORTS - LESSON 1: VOCABULARY I. OBJECTIVES: By the end of the lesson, Ss will be able to: Knowledge: - get some more knowledge about places in a town or city. - Vocabulary: (n) player, fan, competition, race, stadium, champion, ball, match, Olympic, team - vocabulary: revision of interests and hobbies – Extra vocabulary: subjective pronouns, possessive adjectives Ability - main skills : reading and writing skills. - sub skills : listening and speaking skills. - Ask and answer about different sports. 3. Quality: - have positive attitude in English language learning so that they actively participate in all classroom activities, especially with the topic conducted by the teacher. - being curious about interesting sports. II. TEACHER AIDS AND LEARNING MATERIALS Lesson plan, PPT slides, student’s book, workbook, notebook, personal computer (if any), projector/TV, speakers, IWB software. III. PROCEDURES: A. Warm up: (5’) a) Objective: Introduce the new lesson and set the scene for Ss to acquire new language; get students' attention at the beginning of the class by means of enjoyable and short activities as well as to engage them in the steps that followed. b) Content: Warm up game ‘Hidden picture’. c) Outcomes: Students can gain more confidence and interest in the lesson d) Competence: collaboration, communication, guessing. e) Organization of the activity: TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES STUDENTS, ACTIVITIES CONTENTS WARM-UP. T- Ss - T / Ss - Ss / HIDDEN PICTURE GAMES Rule Teacher divides class into 2 groups. There are 16 numbers on the screen. There is a hidden picture behind these numbers. Each group will choose a number and try to guess the picture. The group guessing picture correctly will be the winner. After revealing the pictures, teacher asks students a question: “What are the hidden pictures about?” Play the game in groups. Choose a number on the screen and try to guess the picture. à The hidden pictures are about sports. B. New lesson (35’) Activity1: Presentation (10’) a) Objective: Ss know more about places in a town or city. b) Content: Vocabulary study Speaking c) Outcomes: Ss know how to pronounce the new words correctly and use them in appropriate situations. d) Competence: communication, collaboration, presentation e) Organization of the activity: TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES STUDENTS, ACTIVITIES CONTENTS PRESENTATION. T - Ss - T / Ss - Ss / Indiv. Set context: Call out some students to answer the question. “What sports are popular in your country?” Activity 1. Match the words in the box with pictures 1–16. Then listen and check. Which sports do you like? Ask Students to work in pairs and match the sports with the pictures. Play the audio for students to listen and check. Check that students understand all the sports and drill pronunciation. Have a class discussion about who likes which sports. Activity 2. Check the meanings of the words in blue in the Sports quiz. Then do the quiz in pairs or teams. Read out the quiz and elicit the blue words. Teach new vocabulary: Use pictures to present new words. Ask students to practice their pronunciation drills. New words: 1. player (n)  /ˈpleɪ.ɚ/ 2. ball (n)  /bɑːl/ 3. stadium (n) /ˈsteɪ.di.əm/ 4. race (n) /reɪs/ 5. competition (n) /ˌkɑːm.pəˈtɪʃ.ən/ 6. champion (n) /ˈtʃæm.pi.ən/ 7. Olympic (n)  /oʊˈlɪm.pɪk/ 8. team (n)  /tiːm/ 9. match (n)  /mætʃ/ 10. fan (n) /fæn/ Vocabulary checking: Divide class into 2 groups. Show the gapped words on the screen. Ask Students to guess and spell the word. Put students into small groups to read the quiz again and answer as many questions as they can. Check answers with the class. Answer the question. Work in pairs and match the sports with the pictures. Listen and check. Listen and practice. Look, listen and repeat in chorus and individuals. Work in 2 groups. Guess and spell the gapped word on the screen. Work in small groups to read the quiz again and answer the questions. Check answers with the teacher. Question: “What sports are popular in your country?” Suggested answers: 1. football 2. horse-riding 3. tennis 4. swimming 5. athletics 6. cycling 7. climbing 8. gymnastics 9. skiing 10. volleyball 11. golf 12. hockey 13. wrestling 14. sailing 15. rugby 16. basketball New words: 1. player (n)  /ˈpleɪ.ɚ/ 2. ball (n)  /bɑːl/ 3. stadium (n) /ˈsteɪ.di.əm/ 4. race (n) /reɪs/ 5. competition (n) /ˌkɑːm.pəˈtɪʃ.ən/ 6. champion (n) /ˈtʃæm.pi.ən/ 7. Olympic (n)  /oʊˈlɪm.pɪk/ 8. team (n)  /tiːm/ 9. match (n)  /mætʃ/ 10. fan (n) /fæn/ Vocabulary checking: Suggested answers: 1. LeBron James, Kobe Bryant, etc. 2. Canada 3. 50 kilometre race walk 4. The Tour de France 5. Barcelona (the Camp Nou stadium) 6. Japan 7. b 8. Four 9. 50 metres 10. Two Activity 2: Practice (15’) a) Objective: Ss can answer the questions to critical thinking, and they can also finish the tasks in the textbook. Critical thinking skills (guessing/ reasoning) and communication can also be practiced. b) Content: Students watch or listen, answer the questions and complete the key phrases. c) Outcomes: Ss listen, practice and they can apply the useful language in everyday reading and writing. d) Competence: collaboration, guessing, communication, presentation e) Organization of the activity TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES STUDENTS, ACTIVITIES CONTENTS PRACTICE. T - Ss - T/ S - S/ Indiv. Activity 1. Watch or listen and answer the questions. Allow students time to read through the questions. Play the video for students to watch and answer the questions. Give the answers to the class. Activity 2. Watch or listen again and complete the Key Phrases. Play the video again for students to watch and complete the key phrases. Check answers with the class. . Read through the questions. Watch the video and answer the questions. Check the answers with the teacher. Watch the video again and complete the key phrases. Check the answers with the teacher. Suggested answers 1. Yes, she does swimming. 2. He watches football on TV. 3. He wants to try skiing. Suggested answers 1. swimming 2. getting up early every morning 3. school 4. basketball 5. skiing Activity 3: Outcomes (10’) a) Objective: Ss can answer the questions to critical thinking, and they can also finish the tasks in the textbook. Critical thinking skills (guessing/ reasoning) and communication can also be practiced. b) Content: Students work in groups, reform the questions and use the key phrases to answer. c) Outcomes: Ss practice speaking and they can apply the useful language in everyday reading and writing. d) Competence: collaboration, guessing, communication, presentation e) Organization of the activity TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES STUDENTS, ACTIVITIES CONTENTS OUTCOMES. T - Ss - T/ S - S / Indiv. Activity1. Work in groups. Find out who is sports crazy. Change the words in blue in exercise 3 and ask and answer the questions. Use the Key Phrases. Ask students to work in groups of 4 to ask and answer. Reform the questions in exercise 3 and use the Key phrases to answer. Work in groups of 4 and reform the questions in exercise 4 use the Key phrases to answer. Suggested answers C. Consolidation (3’) a) Vocabulary: (n) player, fan, competition, race, stadium, champion, ball, match, Olympic, team b) Ask and answer about different sports. D. Homework (2’) Learn by heart all the new words. Workbook: page 42. - Prepare Lesson 2 – Reading. Period LESSON PLAN TIẾNG ANH 6 FRIENDS PLUS UNIT 6: SPORTS - LESSON 2: READING THE OLYMPICS THEN AND NOW I. OBJECTIVES: By the end of the lesson, Ss will be able to: Knowledge: - read for specific information. - Vocabulary: (n) winner, swimmer, medallist Ability - main skills : reading and writing skills. - sub skills : listening and speaking skills. - Use vocabulary items related to the issue of passage. - Know how to answer find specific information in the text. - Talk about sports. 3. Quality: - have positive attitude in English language learning so that they actively participate in all classroom activities, especially with the topic conducted by the teacher. - reveal and respect values of Olympism. II. TEACHER AIDS AND LEARNING MATERIALS Lesson plan, PPT slides, student’s book, workbook, notebook, personal computer (if any), projector/TV, speakers, IWB software. III. PROCEDURES: A. Warm up: (5’) a) Objective: Introduce the new lesson and set the scene for Ss to acquire new language; get students' attention at the beginning of the class by means of enjoyable and short activities as well as to engage them in the steps that followed. b) Content: Warm up game ‘Initial’. c) Outcomes: Students can gain more confidence and interest in the lesson d) Competence: collaboration, communication, guessing. e) Organization of the activity: TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES STUDENTS, ACTIVITIES CONTENTS WARM-UP. T- Ss - T / Ss - Ss / GAME: INITIALS Rule Divide students into 4 groups. Ask students to take the first letters from each picture and form the mystery word. Play the game in groups. Take the first letters from each picture and form the mystery word. Answer key: C H A M P I O N B. New lesson (35’) Activity 1: Presentation (10’) a) Objective: Ss know more about Olympic Games. b) Content: Vocabulary study Reading c) Outcomes: Ss know how to pronounce the new words correctly and use them in appropriate situations. d) Competence: communication, collaboration, presentation e) Organization of the activity: TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES STUDENTS, ACTIVITIES CONTENTS PRE-READING. T - Ss - T / Ss - Ss / Indiv. Set context: Call out some students to answer the question. When and where are the next Olympic Games? Which sport in the box is NOT in the Olympics? Activity 1. Read the text. What sports does it mention? Ask Students to read and note down the sports that are mentioned individually. Ask Students to compare their answers in pairs. Check answers with the class and check that students understand the word “marathon”. Answer the question. Read and note down the sports that are mentioned individually. Compare the answers in pairs. Check answers with the teacher. Question: 1. When and where are the next Olympic Games? 2. Which sport in the box is NOT in the Olympics? Answer key: 1. Students’ own answer. 2. Cricket is not in the Olympics. Suggested answers: swimming, marathon / running, golf, rugby Activity 2: Practice (20’) a) Objective: Ss can answer the questions to critical thinking, and they can also finish the tasks in the textbook. Critical thinking skills (guessing/ reasoning) and communication can also be practiced. b) Content: Students read and listen to the text and write True or False. Then use a dictionary to check the meanings of the words in blue in the text. c) Outcomes: Ss read and they can apply the useful language in everyday conversation. d) Competence: collaboration, guessing, communication, presentation e) Organization of the activity TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES STUDENTS, ACTIVITIES CONTENTS WHILE – READING. T - Ss - T/ S - S/ Indiv. Activity 1. Read and listen to the text and write True or False. Allow students time to read the sentences. Point out that for this task they need to read and listen carefully to find specific information. Point out that they can use the dates and other clues to find the relevant part of the text quickly. Ask them to listen carefully see if each sentence is true or false. Check answers with the class. Activity 2. Use a dictionary to check the meanings of the words in blue in the text. Encourage students to work in pairs to use a dictionary to check the meanings of the words in blue in the text. Help students check these words’ meaning in the front. Words in blue: 1. winner (n)  /ˈwɪn.ɚ/ à using pictures. 2. swimmer (n)   /ˈswɪm·ər/ à using pictures. 3. medallist (n) /ˈmed.əl.ɪst/ à using pictures. Ask students to practice their pronunciation drills. Vocabulary checking: Write the following gapped sentences on the board. 1. A ______________ wins a competition. 2. A ______________wins a medal. 3. A ______________swims. Ask students to complete the sentences with the blue words from the text. Check answers with the class. Ask some students to read out loud the reading. Read the sentences individually. Listen the instructions carefully. Listen to the audio and do the exercise. Check answers with the teacher. Work in pairs and use a dictionary to check the meanings of the words in blue in the text. Ask teacher if necessary. Look, listen and repeat in chorus and individuals. Complete the sentences with the blue words from the text. Check answers with the tecaher. Read out loud the reading. Answer key: 1. False (There were only silver and bronze medals.) 2. True 3. False (She was from Denmark.) 4. True 5. False (They were Olympic sports for the first time in 2016.) Words in blue: 1. winner (n)  /ˈwɪn.ɚ/ – using pictures. 2. swimmer (n)   /ˈswɪm·ər/ – using pictures. 3. medallist (n) /ˈmed.əl.ɪst/ – using pictures. Vocabulary checking: 1. A ____________ wins a competition. 2. A ____________wins a medal. 3. A ____________swims. Suggested answers: 1. winner 2. medallist 3. swimmer Activity 3: Outcomes (10’) a) Objective: Ss can answer the questions to critical thinking, and they can also finish the tasks in the textbook. Critical thinking skills (guessing/ reasoning) and communication can also be practiced. b) Content: Students work in pairs, answer the questions what sports students like watching in the Olympics. c) Outcomes: Ss read and practice speaking freely, and they can apply the useful language in everyday life. d) Competence: collaboration, guessing, communication, presentation e) Organization of the activity TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES STUDENTS, ACTIVITIES CONTENTS POST – READING. T - Ss - T/ S - S / Indiv. Activity 1. Work in pairs. Which piece of information in the text do you think is the most interesting? What sports do you like watching in the Olympics? Allow students time to prepare their answers to the questions individually. Ask them to discuss the questions in pairs. Ask some students to report back to the class. Discuss as a class which sports students enjoy watching. Ask more questions to extend the discussion: Which sports do you find boring? Which would you like to try? Which would you like to see live? Prepare the answers to the questions individually. Discuss the questions in pairs. Report back to the class. Discuss as a class which sports students enjoy watching. Think and answer more questions. Which piece of information in the text do you think is the most interesting? What sports do you like watching in the Olympics? Which sports do you find boring? Which would you like to try? Which would you like to see live? C. Consolidation (3’) a) Vocabulary: (n) winner, swimmer, medallist b) Use vocabulary items related to the issue of passage. Know how to answer find specific information in the text. Talk about sports D. Homework (2’) Learn by heart all the new words. Workbook: page 46. Prepare Lesson 3 – LANGUAGE FOCUS. Period LESSON PLAN TIẾNG ANH 6 FRIENDS PLUS UNIT 6: SPORTS - LESSON 3: LANGUAGE FOCUS I. OBJECTIVES: By the end of the lesson, Ss will be able to: Knowledge: - talk about past events - Vocabulary: revision - Patterns: There was.../ There wasn't... There were.../ There weren't... 2. Ability - main skills : reading and writing skills. - sub skills : listening and speaking skills. - Identify the rules of how to use There was/wasn't.../There were/weren't... with singular nouns/ plural nouns. 3. Quality: - have positive attitude in English language learning so that they actively participate in all classroom activities, especially with the topic conducted by the teacher. - love and find out the past events. II. TEACHER AIDS AND LEARNING MATERIALS Lesson plan, PPT slides, student’s book, workbook, notebook, personal computer (if any), projector/TV, speakers, IWB software. III. PROCEDURES: A. Warm up: (5’) a) Objective: Introduce the new lesson and set the scene for Ss to acquire new language; get students' attention at the beginning of the class by means of enjoyable and short activities as well as to engage them in the steps that followed. b) Content: Warm up game ‘ Open, sesame!’. c) Outcomes: Students can gain more confidence and interest in the lesson d) Competence: collaboration, communication, guessing. e) Organization of the activity: TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES STUDENTS’ ACTIVITIES CONTENTS WARM-UP. T- Ss - T / Ss - Ss / Game: “OPEN, SESAME!” Divide class into 3 groups. There are 9 pictures on the screen. Each group will choose a picture and tell the name of the sports and what sports are/are not played in the Olympics? With one correct, you will get 1 point. The group has the most correct answers will be the winner. Play the game in groups. Choose a picture and tell the name The group makes the correct will get 1 point. Answer the questions The group has the most correct answers will be the winner. Gymnastics-boxing-football Basketball-shooting-judo Tennis-weightlifting-rollerblading B. New lesson (35’) Activity 1: Presentation (10’) a) Objective: Ss know more about Olympic Games. b) Content: Vocabulary study Speaking c) Outcomes: Ss know how to use pattern ‘ There was/ wasn’t’ , ‘ There were/ weren’t’ d) Competence: communication, collaboration, presentation e) Organization of the activity: TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES STUDENTS’ ACTIVITIES CONTENTS PRESENTATION. T - Ss - T / Ss - Ss / Indiv. v Activity 1: Complete the examples from the text on page 74. Then choose the correct words in the Rules. - Read out the examples and ask students to translate them into their language. - Have students find examples of negative forms. - Then elicit the negative forms and write them on the board. - Teacher asks students to read out the questions and elicit the answers. Then read through the rules with the class and elicit the correct words. - Work individually to do the task in 2 minute (read for specific ideas). - Check the answers with the teacher. - Look at the board and listen to the teacher (review grammar points of how to write sentences with There was/ There were in affirmative, negative form). * Suggested answers 1. There were 2. There wasn't èRules: 1. singular 2. plural GRAMMAR POINTS + THERE WAS / THERE WASN'T... (-) There wasn't + a/an + singular Noun (+)There was + a /an + singular Noun Eg: There was a fire in the town center. Eg: There wasn't a good film on TV last night. + THERE WERE/ THERE WEREN'T... (+) There were + some + plural Noun Eg: There were some people here. (-) There weren't + any + plural Noun Eg: There weren't any books there. Activity 2: Practice (20’) a) Objective: Ss can answer the questions to critical thinking, and they can also finish the tasks in the textbook. Critical thinking skills (guessing/ reasoning) and communication can also be practiced. b) Content: Students work in pairs. Complete the text with affirmative and negative form , then complete the rule c) Outcomes: Ss practice the patterns and they can apply the useful language in everyday life. d) Competence: collaboration, guessing, communication, presentation e) Organization of the activity TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES STUDENTS’ ACTIVITIES CONTENTS PRACTICE. T - Ss - T/ S - S/ Indiv. v Activity 1: Work in pairs. Complete the text with affirmative and negative form. - Have students draw their attention to the glossary at the bottom of the text. - Students read the text and complete it with the correct forms. - Check answers with the class. v Activity 3: Complete the text with affirmative and negative forms of There was and there were. Use Many/any or a/an. - Teacher asks students to focus on the first prompt and elicit the answer. - Then Students complete the sentences with the correct forms. - Check answers with the class. vActivity 3: USE IT! Work in pairs. Compare your sentences in Ex 3. - Put students into pairs or groups of four to compare their sentences and decide which are the same and which are different. - Check the answer with partner. vActivity 4: Complete the sentences about Olympics timeline text on page 74. Then complete the Rule. - Have students complete the sentences with the correct words from the text on page 74. - Then Students complete the rule. - Check answers with the class. - Play the grammar animation. vActivity 5: Complete the sentences with was and were and your own ideas. - Teacher asks students to read out the example. - Students complete the sentences with their own ideas. vActivity 6: Work in groups. Compare your sentences in EX 6 - Students compare their answers in pairs. - Ask them to listen to their partner's sentences and choose one interesting thing to tell the class about their partner. Choose the correct words to complete the text then compare their answers in pairs (set up the Rules by themselves). Check the answers with the class. Focus on the first prompt and elicit the answer. Some students answer these questions in the front. Write the key-word answers or full answers in their own books. - Check answers with the class. - Do the task. - Check the answer with partner Some students come to the front to write their answers. Guess the correct words to complete the Rules. Then compare the answers in pairs. Listen to the teacher and take notes of the Rules. Read the sentences and do the task individually based on the Rules. Compare their answers Listen to their partner's sentences and choose one interesting thing to tell the class about their partner. * Suggested answers: 1. there was 2. there were 3. There was 4. there wasn't 5. there weren't 6. There weren't * Suggested answers: 1...... there weren't any rich footballers. 2..... there were many chariot races. 3...... there was a country called Persia. 4...... there wasn't a sport called skateboarding. 5...... there were many messengers. 6...... there weren't any iPads. * Suggested answers Students' own answers * Suggested answers 1. were 2. was 3. was 4. wasn't 5. weren't èRule: is and are; wasn't and weren't GRAMMAR POINT: ÞThe simple past tense of the verb to be: t The affirmative form: I, he, she, it was. you, we, they were. Eg: I was in London in 1999. Pam was in London in 1999, too. We were together. t The negative form: I, he, she, it was not. wasn't. You, we, they were not. weren't. Eg: I wasn't in Paris in 1999. Pam wasn't in Paris in 1999. We weren't in Paris. * Suggested answers Students' own answers Activity 3: Outcomes (10’) a) Objective: Ss can answer the questions to critical thinking, and they can also finish the tasks in the textbook. Critical thinking skills (guessing/ reasoning) and communication can also be practiced. b) Content: Students think of more difference’s life 100 years ago and now. Use there was/wasn't, there were/weren't. c) Outcomes: Ss speak and they can apply the useful language in everyday life. d) Competence: collaboration, guessing, communication, presentation e) Organization of the activity TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES STUDENTS’ ACTIVITIES CONTENTS OUTCOMES.T - Ss - T/ S- S / Indiv. - Think of more difference’s life 100 years ago and now. Use there was/wasn't, there were/weren't - Students can write their sentences individually and compare with another fast finisher. - Alternatively, ask them to read their sentences to the class, omitting was / wasn't / were / weren't. See if other students can guess the missing words. - Do the task - Compare with partner - Listen to the teacher’s feedback and take notes. * Suggested answers - There weren't a lot of cinemas 100 years ago. - There weren't supermarkets 100 years ago. ...... C. Consolidation (3’) a)Vocabulary: revision b) Patterns: There was.../ There wasn't... There were.../ There weren't... Identify the rules of how to use There was/wasn't.../There were/weren't... with singular nouns/ plural D. Homework (2’) Learn by heart all structures. Workbook: Exercises page 43 Period LESSON PLAN TIẾNG ANH 6 FRIENDS PLUS UNIT 6: SPORTS - LESSON 4: VOCABULARY AND LISTENING I. OBJECTIVES: By the end of the lesson, Ss will be able to: Knowledge: - understand specific information in a programme about the X Games. Ability - main skills : reading and writing skills. - sub skills : listening and speaking skills. - Know and understand the popular sports in the country 3. Quality: - have positive attitude in English language lear

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