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Week: 20 Date: Thứ …..ngày ….tháng …. năm 2016.
Period: 39 Teaching date: ...........................................

Lesson 1
I. Objectives:
By the end of this unit, pupils can
use the words and phrases related to the topic Daily routines.
Ask and answer questions about school subjects, using What does your …do? He/She’s…
II. Language Focus:
+ Vocabulary: JOBS
+ Sentence pattern: What does your father do? He’s an engineer.
III. Resources: Ss’ book, recording, computer, stereo, (projector), picture of jobs, ...
IV. Procedure:
Learning activities
Language Focus



- Introduce the lesson by writing the title of the unit on the board and check comprehension. Have pupils repeat the title twice. Then write the word Jobs on the board and ask pupils What do I do? What’s my job? Prompt pupils to say You’re a teacher.

Spoken Interaction.

Whole class


1. Look, listen and repeat.
- Give a few minutes for pupils to look at the four pictures and read the story.
Ask a few questions to check comprehension: Who’s in Picture a? What are they doing? Do you know the word “interview”? Who’s interviewing who in Picture b? What does Mai’s father do? What does her mother do? What does her sister do? (The pupils are having an English class with Miss Hien. Nam and Mai are having an interview about jobs. Nam is interviewing Mai. Mai’s father is a teacher. Her mother is a nurse. And her sister is a student.)
Play the recording more than once, if necessary, for pupils to listen and repeat. Do choral and individual repetition, pointing to the characters speaking.
Play the recording again so the class can listen and repeat.
If time allows, call out three pupils to act out the story.
Language note:
We use What does he/she do? Or What’s his/her job? To ask about jobs or occupations.
An interview is a meeting in which someone asks another person quuestions about themselves.
Spoken interaction

Whole class


Whole class



2. Point and say.
- Tell pupils that they are going to practice ask and answer questions about someone’s job, using What does your…do? He’s/She’s a + (name of job). Use the pictures to teach the words farmer, nurse, driver and factoru worker. Check pupils’ understanding.
Have pupils work in pairs to practise asking and answering the question, using the speech bubbles and the words under the pictures. Go around and offer help, if necessary.
Call a few pairs to act out the dialogue.

Work in pairs. Ask partners what time it is.
Remind pupils to use the questions What does your father/mother/brother/sister do? And What’s his/her job?
Set a time limit for the activity and ask pupils to write notes for their interviews for a class report later.
Invite a few pupils to report their interviews.

New words and structures/ function




3. Listen and tick
- Introduce the activity and ask pupils what jobs are shown in the pictures. Point to each character and ask What does he/she do? (From left to right: a factory worker, a farmer, a teacher and a nurse). Tell pupils that they are going to listen to an interview between Nam and Quan about Quan’s family and tick the correct boxes.
Play the recording three times: once for pupils to listen all the way through, then for them to do the task and finally for them to check their answers.
Audio script:
Nam: What does your mother do, Quan?
Quan: She’s a teacher.
Nam: How about your father? What does he do?
Quan: He’s a factory worker.
Nam: Do you have a brother?
Quan: No, I don’t. But I have a sister.
Nam: What does she do?
Quan: She’s a nurse.
Nam: OK. Thanks for your time, Quan.
Quan: You’re welcome.

4. Look and write.
- Introduce the activity and ask pupils to identify the jobs shown in the pictures.
Give them a few seconds

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