Bài giảng môn Anh văn - Unit 6: Tell me! what’s it like?

What is the capital city of your country? What is the population? Is it an old or modern city?

Write down the two things that you like about Hanoi and two things that you don’t like. Tell the class.

 

 

 

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	TELL ME! WHAT’S IT LIKE?Unit 6By Le Bang Tam – DH PY1StarterWhat is the capital city of your country? What is the population? Is it an old or modern city?Write down the two things that you like about Hanoi and two things that you don’t like. Tell the class.2World TravelWhat’s it like?Read about Todd Bridges.What do you know about 	- Melbourne	- Dubai	- Paris3PracticeWhat’s Chicago like?Complete the conversationListen and checkPairwork: Practice it with your partnerAsk and answer the same questions about Tuy Hoa4COMPARATIVES AND SUPERLATIVESRead the conversation and complete it.Listen and check	5COMPARATIVES AND SUPERLATIVES	 GRAMMAR SPOT	1. What are the comparative and superlative forms of the adjectives? 	2. What are the comparative and superative forms of:	Far	Good	Bad	What are the rules?6PositiveComparativeSuperlativebig LousylousiestPrettyprettiestmore quiet/ quietermost quiet or quietestAstoundingmost astoundingbiggerbiggestlousierprettierquietMore astounding7PositiveComparativeSuperlativeAdjectives:  goodbestwellbetterbadworstfarfarther/furtherlittleleastmanymostmuchmoresomemostbetterbestworsefarthest/furthest less more most more8Comparatives and superlativesPositiveComparativeSuperlativeAdverbs:  badlyworseworstillworsebetterbest wellworst9COMPARATIVES AND SUPERLATIVES2.	Pronunciation:	Listen and repeat the sentences.Listen and check	practise the sentences with your partner.What is the capital of VN? Thailand, Singapore and China?10PRACTICEComparing four capital citiesPairwork: 	1. Match the cities and the photographs.	2. Read about the four cities. Students A read about Paris and Beijing, students B read about stockholm and Brasillia.	3. Compare the four cities	4. Compare Hanoi, Nha Trang, Da Nang and Ho Chi Minh city11PRACTICEConversationPairwork: 	5. Complete the conversations and practise them.	6. Correct the sentences.12READING AND SPEAKING	A tale of two millionairesPre-reading: 	1. Who are the richesst people in VN? 	Where does their money come from? 	How do they spend their money?	2. Match the verbs and the nounsReading:	3. Read quickly about Milton Petrie. Can you remember any examples of his kindness?	4. Read quickly about Hetty Green. Can you remember any examples of her meanness?13READING AND SPEAKING	A tale of two millionairesReading: 	5. Work in pairs, one student reads about Milton, the 	other reads about Hetty. Answer the questions about 	the person who read the other text.	1. When was he/she born?	2. What were his/her parents like?	3. How did he/she become so wealthy?	4. Who wore ragged clothes?	5. What was the meanest thing Hetty did?	14READING AND SPEAKING	A tale of two millionairesReading: 	5. What was the meanest thing Hetty did?	6. Why did Milton like making a lot of money?	7. Who did he/she marry?	8. When did he/she die? How old was he/she?	9. Who left the most money? Who did he/she 	leave it to?15READING AND SPEAKING	A tale of two millionairesGroupwork: Discuss these questions	* How were Milton and Hetty’s childhood different?	* How did their childhood affect them later?	* Why was Milton especially generous to policemen?	* Why did Hetty’s daughter build a hospital?	* What was the kindest thing Milton did?	* Who had the happier life? Milton or Hetty?16READING AND SPEAKING	A tale of two millionairesGroupwork: Discuss these questions	* Who do you like better, Milton or Hetty? Why?	* How would you like to spend money if you are a 	millionaire? Give some reasons.	17VOCABULARY AND PRONUNCIATIONSynonyms	- AntonymsSynonyms: Complete the conversations using an adjective 	 from the box.	 Listen and check.Antonyms:	 Matching	 It is sometimes more polite to use not very and an opposite adjective, e.g: 	Tom’s so short.	 - Well, he’s not very tall.	18VOCABULARY AND PRONUNCIATIONSynonyms	- Antonyms	Work in pairs, one student says the sentences and the other replies to them in a more polite way using antonyms of the given adjectives.London’s such an expensive city.Paul and Sue are so mean.Their house is always so messy.Their children are so noisy.John looks so miserable.His sister’s so stupid	19EVERYDAY ENGLISHDirectionsWork in pairs, find these things in the map.	* a farm	 * a wood	* a pond	* a path	* a hill	* a river	* a bridge	* a gate2. Work in groups of four, read the descriptions and add the places to the map.3. Pairwork: Ask and answe questions about the places on the map. Use the prepositions from exercises 220EVERYDAY ENGLISHDirectionsPairwork 4. Complete the directions with the prepositions in the box.5. Give your partner directions to get to your house from the University.21

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