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Review 2. Unit 4-5-6. Lesson 2. Skills
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REVIEW 2 (Unit 4-5-6) Lesson 2: SKILLS (Reading - Speaking - Listening - Writing) * INTRODUCE
Objectives * By the end of this lesson, students can: - Review all what they have studied and the skills they have practiced since Unit 4. - Review skills: reading, speaking, listening & writing they have learnt from unit 4-5-6 by doing exercises 2. Content of lesson:
I. READING II. SPEAKING III. LISTENING IV. WRITING I. READING
Look at the pictures:
Some traditional folk games of Vietnamese Look at the pictures:
Some traditional folk games of Vietnamese Reading 1:
1. Read the text and choose the correct answer A, B, C, or D for the questions 50 years back in time and even before that, in the absence of the Internet and various hi-tech toys, the entertainment world used to be so diﬀerent from
what it is nowadays. Running wild on the pastures, and bathing in the river, children back then saw nature as their playground and were curious to explore and enjoy it in their own creative ways. They found small objects around them to make toys. Boys used branches as swords for mock battles while girls used them as chopsticks to play imaginary restaurants. In this way, children enjoyed themselves on the way to school, during school breaks, and even when they were herding buﬀaloes. At that time, tug of war, hide and seek, and skipping were popular games. Some have even made it through to today. The fact that those popular games were meant to be played in groups made it easier and faster for children to make friends. Moreover, people rarely moved away from their hometown, so childhood bonds were even stronger as childhood bonds were even stronger as children grew up playing together all their life.
1. Children in the past saw nature as ______.
A. an entertainment
B. an unknown environment
C. a workshop
D. beautiful scenery
- Number 2:
2. Which of the following things was NOT likely to be used as a toy by children in the past?
B. Small stones
C. Dry leaves
D. Beautiful silver spoons
- Number 3:
3. Which statement is NOT true about children’s games in the past?
A. Tug of war was familiar to most children.
B. Some games are still played now.
C. Children could play them while they were herding buff aloes.
D. No game in the past is known to children nowadays.
- Number 4:
4. The word “explore” could be replaced by ______.
- Number 5:
5. The word “them” refers to ______.
2. These are some ideas taken from Reading. Do you agree or disagree with them? Support your answers with ideas from the passage or of your own. 1. Children back then saw nature as their playground. 2. Playing games in groups made it easier and faster for children to make friends. 3. Childhood bonds were stronger as they grew up playing together. - Suggested (Speaking 1):
1. Children back then saw nature as their playground. 2. Playing games in groups made it easier and faster for children to make friends. 3. Childhood bonds were stronger as they grew up playing together. I agree entirely with some ideas taken from Reading. Because, Children in the past usually run wild on the pastures, bath in the river...They used the natural materials as branches, to make toys. Moreover, when they play games in groups, they could to help playing together, learned how to play each other...It make games become easier and faster for children to make friends. III. LISTENING
3. Listen to Nguyen’s presentation about a natural wonder in Viet Nam and decideif the sentences are true (T) or false (F). T F 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. People visit Moc Chau in spring only. The beauty of Moc Chau is like nowhere else in Viet Nam. Visitors eat the local dishes because they love the way they smell. Visitors to a small village are likely to be treated with home-made corn wine. The locals’ hospitality is one attraction for tourists. It’s diﬃcult to reach Moc Chau because of its remote and high elevation. - Suggested (Listening 1):
T F 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. People visit Moc Chau in spring only. The beauty of Moc Chau is like nowhere else in Viet Nam. Visitors eat the local dishes because they love the way they smell. Visitors to a small village are likely to be treated with home-made corn wine. The locals’ hospitality is one attraction for tourists. It’s diﬃcult to reach Moc Chau because of its remote and high elevation. - Audio script:
Audio script: Moc Chau has recently become a popular tourist attraction that draws travellers throughout the year. People are attracted to this lovely town to admire its endless hills. The picturesque scenery here is unlike anything else in Viet Nam. Many places remain untouched by people. Apart from its fabulous scenery, Moc Chau is also famous for its local dishes, which are new to outsiders. People usually try them out of curiosity and end up falling in love with their amazing taste. Another attraction of this small town is its honest and friendly people. Visiting small villages in Moc Chau, tourists are welcomed into the locals’ homes and treated with homemade corn wine. The warm and open hospitality of the people here has made it a delightful experience for domestic as well as international visitors. Located only 187 kilometres from Ha Noi, Moc Chau can easily be reached by both private and public transport. - Let`s see a video:
Mộc Châu, paradise on the North IV. WRITING
4. Based on the notes below, write a short paragraph about a traditional home in the countryside of Viet Nam in the past. In your writing, you can include all or some of the ideas below. accommodation: three-room and two-wing house family structure: extended man: dominant figure/head of the household food and drinks: mainly home-grown and home-made marriages: arranged by parents well-off : made of wood, bricks, and tiles poorer: made of bamboo, earth, and straw You can start your writing with:
The house of Vietnamese people is not only the place to live but shows Vietnamese culture and conception. Vietnamese houses use "open architecture" to match the hot and humid environmental condition. House of Vietnamese people usually has three-room and two-wing house. Its characteristic is the tall, airy and close to nature, using outer space, windows and trees. A wealthy family, house is made of wood, bricks, and tiles. The poorer families, it is made of bamboo, earth, and straw. Extended family is the traditional structure of the Vietnamese family, is two or more adults from different generations of a family. They held a close relationship among family members. In the family Vietnamese, man is dominant figure/head of the household and the woman does the housework. Vietnamese use the food and drinks from mainly home-grown and home-made. These foods usually are fresh, clean and safety. In the past, marriages in Viet Nam were arranged and set up by parents insted of by young people. Parents searched for people who they thought were comparative for their sons or daughters based on their background or weath. Sample writing: * THE END
Homework - Learn by heart the structures - Rewrite the exercises into the notebooks - Prepare for 1-period test Goodbye:
Thanks for your attention Good bye. See you again!