Unit 13 FILMS AND CINEMA (Language focus - attitudina adjectives
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UNIT 13 FILMS AND CINEMA Lesson: Language focus (Time allotted 45 minutes) Aims: By the end of the lesson, Ss will be able to difference two sounds /f/ and /v/ How to use adjectives of attitude ending in “ed” and “ing” Teaching aids: Textbook, posters, pictures… PROCEDURE 1. Warm – up (5’): Ice breaker: T goes to the class and says,” good afternoon class” (Ss: “good afternoon T”) T asks Ss “ok, how are you today?” (Ss: “fine”). T says “Fine”, “Very good”. T asks Ss to take a sheet of paper and put it in front of his/her mouth. T asks the whole class to read aloud the word “fine”. T asks Ss what happened to the sheet of paper when they read the word (the sheet of paper vibrates much). T points at the vase of flower and says: “this is vase of flower”. T asks the whole class to read aloud the word “vase” T asks Ss what happened to the sheet of paper when they read the word (the sheet of paper vibrates less). T asks Ss to take some words including the sounds “f” and some words including the sound “v”. T calls some Ss to read aloud the words. T gives the comments when read and asks Ss to practice at home. 2. Lead in (1’): T asks Ss to say some attitudinal adjectives they have learned or they know( exciting, bored…) T says ok, today we are going to learn how to use the attitudinal adjectives. 3. Presentation (15’): A. Vocabulary (6’): - To bore (v): làm buồn. + Explanation technique. + T gives the word. + T read the word two times. + T asks Ss to read chorally and indiviually. - To embarrass (v): làm ngượng nghịu, lúng túng. Explanation technique. - To horrify (v): làm khiếp sợ. Explanation technique. - To irritate (v): làm phát cáu Explanation technique. - To surprise (v) : làm ngạc nhiên. Explanation technique. B. Checking Vocabulary (1’): Rub out and remember C. Grammar (8’): T shows on the poster a short conversation. S: Tam, what do you think about this film? T: The film is very interesting. S: So you are interested in the film. T: Sure. S: ………………. T asks Ss: “Who can tell me the difference of the word “interest” in the two sentences?” (Answer: the one ends in “ing” and the other ends in “ed”) T asks Ss to give the reason why two sentences have the difference.(answer: subject of the first sentence is a thing – film, the subject of the second sentence is a person – Tam). T concludes: Form An adjective + “-ed” An adjective + “-ing” Meaning Passive meaning Active meaning Usage - It can describe someone or something that receives an action. - It often describes a feeling or a condition. - It describes someone or something that does an action. Examples He was very bored with his job His job was very boring 4. Pracice:( 13’): Exercise 1 (5’): write the adjectival form. T writes on the BB the following verbs. 1. Bore 2. Embarrass 3. Horrify 4. Irritate 5. Surprise T asks Ss to write the adjectival form of the verbs. For example: Excite → excited/ exciting T asks Ss to work individually to do the task in three minutes. After two minutes, T calls some Ss to go to the BB to do the task. T gives feedbacks and corrects the mistakes if necessary. Key: Boring / Bored Embarrassing / Embarrassed. Horrifying / Horrified. Irritating / Irritated. Surprising / Surprised. Exercise 2 (8’): Complete the sentences T asks Ss work individually to do the exercise 2 in page 140 in five minutes. After Ss finish the exercise, T asks Ss to exchange to correct the mistake if necessary. T calls some Ss to go to the BB to do the exercise. T gives the feedbacks and corrects the mistakes. Key: a. Depressing b. Depressed. 2. a. Interested.