1. Class description: 50 students of grade 10 at Cầu Giấy High school
2. Time: 45 minutes
3. Objectives: By the end of the lesson, the students will be able to improve:
– The way to pronounce diphthong /ai/ -/ei/-/ᴐi/
– Distinguish between these diphthongs
– Do exercises fluency.
4. Assumed knowledge: Sts may have known some skills of finding words by using body language
5. Anticipated problem:
– Ss may not know the way to describe by using body language, so the teacher should give clear instruction and detail example.
– Some students do not pronoun these diphthongs exactly, so the teacher should help Ss practice.
6. Teaching aids: book, video, blackboard, chalk, handout
|Time |Teachers |Students |
| (8 min) |I. Warm-up (Find the word) | |
| |+ Divide the class into 2 groups and require each have a name |+ Listen instruction |
| |+ Give instruction |+ Raise the question if not clear |
| |In this game, a representative of each team has to go to the board and only use |+ Join the game |
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| |her/his body language to express the word given (related to five diphthongs) by T and|+ Receive the present |
| |the rest of the team will guess. | |
| |The other teams will be guessed if the team playing cannot guess. | |
| |T will give answer if both teams cannot guess | |
| |+ T calls a student to explain the rule of the game in Vietnamese clearly. | |
| |+ A teacher will be a model (using body language) first and then count the correct | |
| |answer for each team, another teacher give the word for each team | |
| |Example: type | |
| |+ After finishing the game, T and Ss choose the winner together | |
|(7 min) |Description and Analysis | |
| |+ T uses the words from the warm up part to describe and distinguish the way to |+ Read after the teachers, the |
| |pronounce among /ai/ -/ei/-/ᴐi/ |speaker in video |
| |+ Show video | |
| |+ Give example | |
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|(10 min) |Controlled and guided practice |+ Practice these sentences |
| |+ Ts three sentences for sts to practice |+ Do exercises and check the answer |
| |Ts are models | |
| |Ts call some students to read aloud | |
| |Ts observe and take note students’ minor mistakes | |
| |+ Ts give exercises and instruction to sts | |
| |Groups words into 3 categories /ai/ -/ei/-/ᴐi/ | |
|(7 min ) |Communicative practice | |
| |+ Ts give three dialogues | |
| |+ Ts show recordings | |
| |+ Ts observe the class and take note the students’ minor mistake |+ Practice these dialogues in pair |
| |+ Ts call students to practice in pair | |
|(2 min) |Q & A | |
| |+ Answer the students’ questions |+Ask the teachers |
1. Warm up
Tail, plane, fright, bye, height, noise, toy, baby, face, point, coin
2. Three sentences
I’m afraid you’ve made a mistake
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I have ninety-nine pages to type by Friday
While you’re changing the oil, I’ll go and visit my boy
3. Exercise: Divide the following words into three groups /ai/ -/ei/-/ᴐi/
|Buy, oil, sty, pain, coin, like, boy, boil, kite, toy, soil, joy, dine, fine, paper, noise, shade, tail, taste , wait, voice, point, raise, |
|rice, day, bay |
4. Three dialogues
1. At the railway station
(Mr Grey is waiting at the railway station for a train)
Mr Grey: Hey! This train’s late! I’ve been waiting here for ages.
Porter: Which train, sir?
Mr Grey: The 8.18 to Baker Stress.
Porter: These 8.18? I’m afraid you’ve made a mistake, sir.
Mr Grey: A mistake? My timetable says: Baker Stress train-8.11.
Porter: Oh no, sir. The Baker Stress train leaves at 8.08.
Mr Grey: 8.08?
Porter: You see, sir, they changed the timetable at the end of April. It’s the first day of May today.
Mr Grey: Changed it? May I see the new timetable? What does it say?
Porter: It says: Baker Stress Train-8.58.
Mr Grey: Hm! So the train isn’t late. I am late
2. Mike, Myra and Violet
(Myra and Violet are typists in library).
Mike: Hello, Myra, Hello, Violet! You’re looking nice, Violet. (Silence)
Mike: Would you like some ice cream, Violet?
Violet: No, thanks, Mike. I am busy typing. Talk to me some other times. I have ninety-nine pages to type by Friday.
Mike: Never mind. Do you like riding, Violet?
Mike: Would you like to come riding with me tonight, Violet?
Violet: Not tonight, Mike. I’m going for a drive with Nigel.
Mike: What about Friday?
Violet: I’m going to climbing with Miles.
Mike: Hm! Oh, all right. Bye!
Myra: Violet, he’s put something behind your typewriter.
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Violet: Is it something nice, Myra?
Myra: No, it’s a spider
3. Joyce’s Rolls Royce
(Joyce takes her Rolls Royce to the garage)
Garage boy: What a terrible noise
Garage boy: (raising his voice) WHAT A TERRIBLE NOISE! This is the noisiest Rolls Royce I’ve ever heard.
Joyce: (pointing) it’s out of oil
Garage boy: Out of oil? And look! The water’s boiling. Madam, a Rolls Royce isn’t a toy. Perhaps you’ve spoilt the motor or even destroy it.
Joyce: How annoying! Why you’re changing the oil, I’ll go and visit my boyfriend, Roy