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Người gửi: Nguyễn Đăng Khoa
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Week 1
Date of preparing:1/9/2016 Date of teaching: ………………..
Unit 1
What’s your address?
Period 1: Lesson 1 (1-2-3)
I. Objectives
By the end of the lesson, pupils can:
- Ask and answer questions about where to live, using What’s your address? It’s…
- Develop pupils speaking and listening skills.
II. Teaching aids:
1. Teacher’s: student’s and teacher’s book, pictures, cassette.
2. Students’: books, notebooks, workbooks.
III. Teaching processes:
1. Class organization:
2. Oral test:
- Have pupils answer T’s questions.
3. New lesson:
Warm-up: Ask pupils to greet each other.
1. Look, listen and repeat.
- Introduce the story by pointing at each character and elicit their answers to the questions: Who’s this? What is he/she doing?
- Play the recording all the way through foe pupils to listen and follow in their books. Play it again for them to repeat line by line.
- Check their understanding of the story.
2. Point and say.
- Tell the class that they are going to practice asking and answering questions about someone’s daily routines, using What’s your address? It’s…
- Have pupils look at the pictures. Teach them how to read the words and phrases under each picture.
- Point at each picture and ask the question What’s your address? for pupils to answer chorally, using the information under the picture.
- Have them practice asking and answering the questions in pairs. Then invite one or two pairs to speak to check their performance.
3. Let’s talk
- Tell the class that they are going to practice further by asking and answering questions about someone’s daily routines. Get pupils to work in pairs. Remind them to use the questions and answers in their books.
- Set time limit for them to practice. Monitor the activity and offer help if necessary.
- Invite a few pairs to act out their conversations. Then give feedback.
IV. Consolidation Remind pupils what they have learnt.

Date of preparing:1/9/2016 Date of teaching: ………………..
Unit 1
What’s your address?
Period 2: Lesson 1 (4-5-6)
I. Objectives
By the end of the lesson, pupils can:
- Practice asking and answering questions about where to live, using What’s your address? It’s…
- Develop pupils speaking and listening skills.
II. Teaching aids:
1. Teacher’s: student’s and teacher’s book, pictures, cassette.
2. Students’: books, notebooks, workbooks.
III. Teaching processes:
1. Class organization:
2. Oral test:
- Have pupils answer T’s questions.
3. New lesson:
Warm-up: Spend a few minutes revising the previous lesson by inviting two pupils to ask and answer the question: What’s your address? It’s….
4. Listen and complete.
- Tell the class that are they going to listen and complete the sentences.
- Ask them to look at the pictures to identify the characters and their activities.
- Play the recording all the way through for pupils to listen and complete the sentences.
- Play it again to check their answers.
- Get pupils to compare their answers before checking as class.
Key: 1. 208 2. 321 3. White street 4. the second floor
5. Read and complete.
- Tell the pupils that they are going to read and fill the gap.
- Give them a few second to read the text and the words in the box. Remind them to focus on the context to select the appropriate words.
- Set a time limit for them to do the task independently.
- Get pupils to compare their answers in pairs before checking as class.
Key: 1. from 2. lives 3. address 4. street
6. Let’s sing
- Tell the class that they are going to sing The wheels on the bus. Have pupils read each line of the lyrics and teach then unfamiliar words.
- Play the recording all the way through for pupils to listen and follow in their books. Play it again and ask pupils to do choral repletion line by line.
- When pupils are familiar with the melody, ask the class so sing along with the music before having them practice singing and doing actions in groups.
- Invite a group to sing the song and do actions in front of the class.
IV. Consolidation - Remind pupils what they have learnt.
Date of preparing:1/9/2016 Date of teaching: ………………..
Unit 1
What’s your address?
Period 3: Lesson 2 (1-2-3)
I. Objectives:
By the end of
 
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