Bài giảng môn Tiếng Anh - Unit 1: Hello everybody

LANGUAGE AIMS

TO BE: am/ is/ are

POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVE: my/ your/ his/ her

EVERYDAY OBJECTS: book, notebook, pen, ruler, etc.

NUMBERS: 0, 1, 2, 3, , 8, 9

HELLO & GOODBYE

 

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Unit 1: HELLO EVERYBODYLANGUAGE AIMSTO BE: am/ is/ arePOSSESSIVE ADJECTIVE: my/ your/ his/ herEVERYDAY OBJECTS: book, notebook, pen, ruler, etc.NUMBERS: 0, 1, 2, 3, , 8, 9HELLO & GOODBYESAY YOUR NAMESI’m + name.Hello. I’m Tuan.STAND UP AND SAY YOUR NAMESI’m CLASSROOM EXPRESSIONSstand up ≠ sit downtalkask ≠ answerright≠ wrong Stand up, please.Sit down, please.Talk to your friends, please.Answer the question, please.Right or wrong?That’s right.That’s wrong.CLASSROOM EXPRESSIONSOpen your book, please! ≠ Close your book, please!CLASSROOM EXPRESSIONSreadwrite CLASSROOM EXPRESSIONSlistenListen and repeat, please. QUESTIONSWhat’s your name?Rosa.Where are you from?I’m from Chicago, the USA.CONVERSATIONS (exercise 3)Hello! My name’s Richard. What’s your name?Rosa.Where are you from, Rosa?I’m from Chicago, the USA.CountriesExercise 4: Listen and repeat. the USASpain France Egypt RussiaEngland BrazilJapan MexicoGermanyItalyHungary CountriesLook at the flags and say the countries FranceSpainthe USACountries Look at the flags and say the countries RussiaEngland EgyptCountries Look at the flags and say the countries BrazilJapan Countries Look at the flags and say the countries Italy Germany MexicoHungaryQUESTIONSWhat’s his name?Lucky Luke.Where’s he from?He’s from Hollywood, the USA.Grammar SpotI from England.HeSheItWeYouThey am is are Grammar Subject pronounPossessive adjective1st personsingular I plural We 2nd personsingular You plural 3rd personsingular HeSheIt plural They my their its her his your our Grammar Possessive adjective noun What’smy your his her its our yourtheir name?This is houseLet’s have a break!PRACTICE Exercise 3: Listen and tick () the sentence you hear1.  She’s from Spain.  He’s from Spain. 2.  What’s her name?  What’s his name?3.  They’re from Brazil.  They’re in Brazil. 4.  Where’s she from?  Where’s he from?5.  He’s a teacher in Italy.  His teacher in Italy. PRACTICEExercise 4: Complete the sentences with am, is are, his, her, or yourMy name  Anna. Where  you from? I  from Japan. ‘What’s  name?’ ‘My name’s Tomoko.’Max and Lisa  from Chicago. This  my teacher.  name’s Richard. Where  he from?This is my sister.  name’s Emma.am is are are is His your Her is PRACTICEExercise 6: Complete the text about Yasmina. Listen and check. 	My name’s Yasmina Kamal and I’m a student. I  19. I’m not married. I have one  and two brothers. I  in a flat in Cairo, Egypt. I  to learn English because it’s an international want sister am language live PRACTICEExercise 7: Write about you. (homework)1. Alphabet songAB CDE FG/e1/ /b1/ /s1/ /d1/ /i:/ /ef/ /d21/HIJ KLMNOP/e1d2/ /a1/ /d2e1/ /ke1/ /el/ /em/ /en/ /6$/ /p1/ LMNOPQRST /el/ /em/ /en/ /6$/ /p1/ /kj$/ /@:r/ /es/ /t1/ LMNOPQRST /el/ /em/ /en/ /6$/ /p1/ /kj$/ /@:r/ /es/ /t1/ UVWXY Z /j$/ /v1/ /eks/ /wa1/ /zed/ /’d^b6l j$/That is the English alphabet!2. How to use a dictionary?apple /’`pl/ n. quả táoI have two apples, a red one and a green one.the explanationin Vietnamese; meaningthe word in Englishthe pronunciationthe part of speech (n.= noun)example Vocabulary and PronunciationEveryday objects3. Match the words and picturesa stampa baga keya cameraa ticketa postcarda letteran applean orangea dictionarya newspaper a magazine f j d e k l hg b a c i Ask and Answer about Everyday objectsWhat’s this?It’s a dictionary. How do you spell that?D, I, C, T, Grammar Article A/ ANWe use A before a noun beginning with a consonantWe use AN before a noun beginning with a vowel.It’s aticket.newspaper.magazine.It’s anapple.envelope.inkpot.orange.umbrella.English dictionary.Grammar Plural -s/ -esWhat’s this?It’s a butterfly. Hey, have a look. Many butterfly.No, it’s wrong. Many butterflies.Grammar Plural -s/ -esSingular NounPlural Nounstamp camera stamps cameras Most nouns add -s in the plural. bus classwishmatch buses classes wishes matches If the noun ends in -s, -ss, -sH, or -ch, add -es. countrypartycountries parties If the noun ends in a consonant + -y, the changes to -ies.keydaykeys days But if the noun ends in a vowel + -y, the -y doesn’t change. childpersonwomanmanchildren people women men Some nouns are irregular.Everyday EnglishSay the numbers 1 – 20 round the class.12345onetwothreefourfive678910sixseveneightnineten1112131415eleventwelvethirteenfourteenfifteen1617181920sixteenseventeeneighteennineteentwentyCorrect Stress13	14151617	18	19 	thirteenfourteenfifteen sixteenseventeen	eighteen	nineteenWrite the conversation in the correct orderA: Hello, extension 3442. B: Hello, Mary. This is Edward. How are you?A: I’m fine, thank you. And you? B: I’m OK, thanks. A: Goodbye, Marcus. B: Goodbye, Bianca. Have a nice day. A: Thanks, Marcus. See you this evening. B: Yes, at seven in the cinema. Write the conversation in the correct orderA: Hello, 270899. B: Hi, Flora! It’s me, Leo. How are you?A: Not bad, thanks. And you?B: Very well. How are the children?A: They’re fine. 

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