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Unit 09. Preserving the Environment. Lesson 1. Getting started

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Date of teaching:
Period : 84


I. Objectives: By the end of the lesson, Ss can:
- get to know the topic Preserving the Environment and vocabulary related to the natural environment impacts, and the use of indirect speech to report what was said through the conversation.
- identify some three-syllable nouns.
- be educated to preserve the environment.
II. Knowledge:
Language: Reported speech.
Vocabulary: Newsletter, preservation, impact, threat, deforestation, depletion, melting.
III. Skills:
Main skills: listening, reading
Sub-skills: speaking, writing
IV. Methods: Integrated, mainly communicative
V. Teaching techniques: Eliciting, synonyms, explanation, information, transfer, asking and answering the questions, discussion, pair-work, group-work.
VI. Teaching aids: textbooks, posters, pictures and cassette
VII. Procedures:

Teacher’s activities
Student’s activities
Content of the lesson




Warm up
- Have Ss answer some questions:
How important is the environment to the people living in it?
What will happen if the environment is damaged or destroyed?
What are some of the environmental impacts of human activities?
( lead into the new lesson.

1. Listen and read
- ask Ss to predict what the speakers are talking about.
- Have Ss read the new words in chorus and individually.
- Let Ss listen to the dialogue and have them practice it in pairs. Then demonstrate before class.
- Corrects Ss’ intonation and stress if necessary.

Vocabulary checking
- Have Ss work in pairs to label the photos.
- Allow two minutes for the pairs to look at the words and phrases up and justify their meanings.
- Check as a class.
- Have sts note down the words in their notebooks.
3. Answer the questions:
- Let Ss read the dialogue individually again to check the information.
- Ask Ss to work in pairs practicing asking and answering the questions
- Have them report their answers and check if they have any difficulties in understanding the conversation.
- gives the feedback
Discussion: Have Ss work in a group of 4 to talk about the impacts on the natural environment and their effects, basing on the conversation and their background knowledge as well.
- Call one or two groups at random to give a short talk to the whole class.
- Give feedback on sts’ performance.
- listen and answer

- listen to the teacher

- listen and answer
read the new words in chorus and individually
- listen to the dialogue and have them practice it in pairs
- demonstrate before class.

- work in pairs and do the task
- discuss the meanings in pairs

- listen and take notes

- read the dialogue again.

- work in pairs practicing asking and answering the questions
- report their answers

- listen and take notes

- work in a group of 4 and do the task

- present in front of the class

Unit 9:

1. Listen and read
* Vocabulary
- Newsletter (n)
- Preservation (n)
- Impact (n)
- Threat (n)
- Deforestation (n)
- Depletion (n)
- melting (n)

2. Label the photos with the words and phrases from the box, then use a dictionary to check their meaning.

Key: a. greenhouse effect
b. pollution
c. deforestation
d. polar ice melting
e. fossil fuels

3. Read the dialogue again and give answers to the following questions.
1. He is writing for the school newsletter.
2. The editor asked Nam to write some practical advice on environmental protection.
3. It means the negative influence or effects on the environment.
4. Because he thinks if we can see the impacts on the natural environment, we will know how to protect it.
5. They are deforestation, pollution, global warming, the shortage of of fossil fuels, polar ice melting and the rise of sea levels.
6. answers will vary.

Tell others the impacts on the natural environment and their effects

Homework (3’)
Ask students to
-Write a short paragraph about the impacts on the natural environment and their effects.
-Practise reading the dialogue and the new words again
- learn
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