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Giáo án Tiếng Anh 12 unit 6: Future jobs

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Ti ng Anh 12 Giáo ánếUnit 6: FUTURE JOBSA: READINGA. Aims To help students to practicse: Guessing words’ meanings in contexts Reading for details of information about job interview.B. Aids Student’s book and pictures showing farmers’ daily routines, etc.C Methods Communicative approach and leaner­ centered approach.1.Class organization:Class Teaching date Attendence Absentee(s)2.Checking up: Checking during the new lesson.3.New lesson:Teacher’s activities Students’ activitiesI. Warm­up Guessing game­ Call on an to go to the board and give apicture to him/her. Don’t let the others see it. One goes to the board, gets the picture and doesn’t let others see it.­ The leads the game by asking the others:­ Tell the class the rules of the game.­ Everybody makes yes/no questions to guessthe answer of your friend’s question .­ Observer students playing game+ Lead­in: Ask students to look at the pictures in theirbooks and work in pairs to answer thequestion: What do they do?­ Ask students to work in groups of four totick the factors that they think would helpthem succeed in job interview.­ Ask some groups to report their answers­ Give T’s own comments Which university is it in the picture?­ The others make yes/no questions Possible questions:­ Are students in this university trained to be teachers?­ Is the university in Hanoi?­ Is it…university?­ The answers the questions using only yes orno. The game is over if an guess the rightuniversity.­ All the students look at the picture to check.­ Work in pairs and look at the pictures in theirbooks to answer the questions Expected answers:1. He is waiter2. He is mechanic3. She is farmer4. She is teacher5. He is doctor­ Form groups of four and tick the factors that they think would help them succeed in job interview.­Some groups report their answers; others listen and commentII. Before you read Ask Ss to work in groups. Tick thefactors that they think would help themsucceed in job interview. Wearing casual clothes Giving clear, honest answers Feeling self­confident Feeling nervous Having good sense of humour Avoiding difficult questions Get feedback.­ Give Ss suggested answers.III. While you read Ask students to look through the passageand read in silence­ Help students read the passage­ Explain pronunciation and meaning of newwords which appear in the passageTask Introduce the task: These words are fromthe passage. Look back to the text and circlethe best meanings A, or C.­ Ask Ss to circle the best meanings A, orC. Possible answers: giving clear, honest answers] feeling self­confident having good sense of humor­ Work in groups. Tick the factors thatthey think would help them succeed in jobinterview.E.g. Avoiding difficult questions Giving clear, honest answers Feeling self­confident­ Read the text in silence.­ Find out new words.­ Understand the aim of the text.­ Do the tasks that follow.Task1:­ Read the task carefully.­ Choose the right option to finish the task.­ Exchange their answers for peer correction.­ Tell the class the answers.1. B2. C3. A4. B­ Go around class and help Ss if they need.­ Call on Ss to give their answers.­ Correct mistakes.Task Introduce the task: Work in pairs. Decidewhether the following statements are true (T)or false (F). 1. Try to reduce the feeling of pressure andmake good impression on yourinterviewer. 2. Find out as much information as you canabout the job and the vacancy.3. Bring with you letter of application andyour resumes to the interview. 4. Take all your certificates and letters ofrecommendation with you. 5. Remember to dress neatly and formally. 6. Your voice should be clear and polite. 7. Tell the interviewer about yourshortcomings. 8. Remember to say goodbye to theinterviewer before leaving the interview. Go around class and help Ss if they need. Look at the task, read the text again to givethe answers.­ Understand the task.­ Read the text again, decide whether thestatements are true (T) or false (F).Suggested answers: 1.F 2.T 3.F 4.T 5.T 6.F 7.F 8.T Answer the following questions:1. What do you prepare for job interview?2. What should we do and shouldn’t do­ Call on Ss to give their answers.­ Correct mistakes.IV. Post reading:­ Introduce the task: Work in groups.Discuss the question: Which pieces of advicegiven in the passage do you find most usefuland least useful? Why? Guide Ss toanswer.­ Go round the class to help Ss if necessary. Call on some Ss to give their answers.­ Correct mistakesV. Home work Ask students to read the passage again.­ Ask students to do reading exercise of Unit5 in workbook and prepare Part Speakingat home before, during and after an interview?­ Do reading exercise of Unit in workbookand prepare Part Speaking at homeUnit 6: FUTURE JOBSB: SPEAKINGA. Aims To help students to: Practise talking about characteristics of some future jobs: teachers, doctors, farmers… Develop students’ ability through discussing and giving personal opinions onsome kinds of jobs. Provide students with some knowledge about job interview and raise their awareness about future job.B. Aids Textbooks, pictures, board, chalksC Methods Communicative approach and leaner­ centered approach.1.Class organization:Class Teaching date Attendence Absentee(s)2.Checking up: Checking during the new lesson.3.New lesson:Teacher’s activities Students’ activitiesI. Warm­up Ask Ss some questions about jobs:1. Would you like to work as ateacher?2. What do you think about Listen to the questions.­ Discuss the question.­ Stand up, answer the questions.teaching job?­ Get feedback.­ Lead Ss to new lesson.II. Pre­speaking Task 1­ Introduce the task: Work in pairs. Match ajob in with at least two descriptions in B.A B­ doctor farmer touristguide writer Take care of people's health Create imaginary charactersand events Find good and safe hotelsfor customers Take people to places ofinterest Construct irrigation systems• Apply new farmingtechniques Help save people's lives Tell stories through pictures­ Ask Ss to match job in with at least twodescriptions in B.­ Go around class and help Ss if they need.­ Call on Ss to give their answers.­ Correct mistakes. Work in pairs.­ Match job in with at least twodescriptions in B.Example: A: doctorB: Take care of people's health Help save people's lives In turn, stand up and practice.III. While­speaking Task Introduce the task: Task2. Work in pairs.Discuss which of the jobs in column youwould/would not like to do. Explain why/whynot? You can use the cues in column B. BPilot Waiter Taxi driver Electrician Policeman Journalist Hotel receptionist Computerprogrammer Boring Rewarding Difficult Interesting Fascinating Dangerous Challenging Fantastic Guide students how to practise.­ Ask students to work in pairs.­ Help the students with new structures.­ Walk around and help them.­ Call some student to stand up and reportbefore the class.­ Correct their mistakes Understand the task­ Work in pairs. Discuss which of the jobs incolumn they would/would not like to do.Explain why/why not? use the cues in columnB.Example: would like to work as doctor. Working as adoctor would be fascinating job because Iwould have chance to take care of peoplehealth. Possible discussion:S1: Do you like to be journalist?S2: Yes, would like to work as journalist.S1: Why?S2: Because think that working as ajournalist would be fascinating job, and I’dlike to have chance to travel all over theExample: would like to work as doctor. Working asa doctor would be fascinating job because Iwould have chance to take care of peoplehealth. IV. Post­speaking Task 3­ Teacher introduces the task: Task3. Work ingroups. Talk about job you may do afteryou finish school, using the following cues. Where you will work Who you will work with The salary you may get paid The working conditions Let them work in groups­ Ask some students to stand up and tellloudly­ Walk round and help them­ Listen and correct mistakesV. Homework Assign homework. Ask students to prepare Part C­ Listeningand do homework world and meet many interesting people.­ Work in groups. Talk about job they maydo after they finish school.Example: would like to work as touristguide. It would be challenging andfascinating job because would have chanceto travel all over Vietnam and meet manyinteresting people. If work for foreigntourist company, can get high salary andimprove my English speaking and listeningskills. Also, am sociable and confidentperson and can work hard for long time soI want to work far away from home to knowmore about the world around me.­ Listen to the teacher­ Write down the homeworkUnit 6: FUTURE JOBSC: LISTENINGA. Aims To help students to practise: Listening to passage for missing words to fill in the boxes Listening for gist and do true/false exercises. Summarizing information in job job advertisement.B. Aids Textbooks, cassettes, record, board, chalksC Methods Communicative approach and leaner­ centered approach.1.Class organization:Class Teaching date Attendence Absentee(s)2.Checking up: Checking during the new lesson.3.New lesson:Teacher’s activities Students’ activitiesI. Warm­up Give Ss question to discuss: Which is themost popular job in Vietnam?­ Get feedback­ Lead Ss to new lesson. Discuss and answer the questionsE.g. Accountant; nurse; lawyer; teacher;computer programmer….­ Read loudly the words:
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