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Unit 10. Conservation

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Class: 10C9 Course book: Tiếnganh 10 Unit: 10 (Conservation)
Teaching period: Writing
Teaching time: Period 3 (45 mins) Thursday, January 29th, 2015
Educational aim:Ss can write a letter of invitation and show their politeness when writing a friendly letter.
a. General knowledge: By the end of the lesson, ss will be able to write a letter of invitation.
b. Language: Words related to invitation verb-phrases.
Skill:Writing a letter of invitation.
Method and teaching aids:
Method: Integrated, mainly communicative.
Teaching aids: textbook, blackboard, chalk, etc.
Teaching steps:
Classroom procedures (1’): Greetings and checking attendance.
New lesson: (44’)
Teacher’s activities
Student’s activities

WARM – UP: Ordering Game (6’)

- Teacher gives instruction: “First, I would like to divide our class into six teams. I will give each team a handout which contains some sentences of an invitation letter.But these sentences are not in correct orders. Your team has to read carefully, discuss with each other, and then write your answer in the handout. When your team’s finished, please raise your paper up. You will get one mark for onecorrect answer. Which team’s quicker and has more correct answer will be the winner”.
- Listen to teacher
* Reorder these sentences to make a complete invitation letter.
a. We would like to invite you to join us for lunch on Saturday, 24th January, 2012 at 1 pm as we celebrate Sandra’s birthday.
b.Warm Regards,
c. We hope you would be able to make it convenient to attend the party.
d. The party would be at our home and it would be an informal gathering.
e. Dear Jack,
f. Looking forward to meeting you.
* Suggested answer:
1.e 2.a 3.d 4.c 5.f 6. b

- Teacher checks students’ understanding of instruction.
- Reply to teacher.

- Give time for students to play the game.

- Work in 6 teams.

- Check students’ work and give feedback.

- Introduce the simple form of an invitation letter:
+ Greeting (Dear…, Hi…)
+ The event, time, place (Sandra’s birthday party; on Saturday, 24th January, 2012 at 1 pm; at our home)
+ Closing (Warm Regards, and signature)
- Receive scores based on their correct answers.
- Listen to teacher

-Lead-in: “Invitation letter is very useful and familiar with us in daily life. So today, we’re going to learn how to write an invitation letter.”
- Listen to teacher
Part D: Writing
Page 109


- Raise the question and ask ssto work in pairs in 30 seconds:
Which situations will we write an invitation letter?
- Listen to teacher and work in pairs.

- Call some students to read their answer.
- Read their answers.
Suggested answers: birthday party, wedding party, etc.


Task 1:Matching (7’)

Task 1: Write out the sentences by matching the first half in A with the most suitable half in B.
* Suggested answers:
1.c 2.f/h 3.a 4.g/d 5.h/f 6.d/g 7.e 8.b

- Ask ss to look at task 1 in page 109 and explain how to do this task.
- Read the task page 109.

- Ask ss to look at the column A in task 1 and give the form ofthe verb that follows each structure:
Let’s + bare infinitive
Why don’t you + bare infinitive
Would you like + to + infinitive
Do you feel like + V-ing
Can you + bare infinitive
How about + V-ing
Shall we + bare infinitive
Are you free + to + infinitive
- Look at column A and give the form of the verb.

- Ask ss to do the task in pairs and remind them that one expression in column A can go with more than one expression in column B.
- Do the task in pairs.

- Ask some pairs to write the answers on the board.
- Write answers on the board.

- Correct the answers and give feedback.
- Listen to teacher.

Task 2: Letter completion (6’)

Task 2: Fill each blank in these invitation letters with a suitable expression provided in Task 1.
* Suggested answers:
1. Would you like / Are you free
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