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    Unit 12. Life on other Planets. Lesson 5. Skills 1

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    Unit 12. Life on other Planets Lesson 5. Skills 1 I. WRAM-UP
    Look and answer:
    Look at the picture and answer the following questions: 1. What is the name of this planet? 2. Where is the Neptune in the Solar System? 3. What is the Roman God of Mars? 4. How long is a day on Mars? - Suggestions answer:

    Suggestions answer Let`s see a video:
    20 Interesting Facts About Mars [ The Red Planet] Objectives:
    Objectives - By the end of the lesson, Ss will: Read for general and specific information about life on other planets Talk about what life may be like on other planets Develop Ss’ reading and speaking skills. II. VOCABULARY
    Vocabulary 1:
    Vocabulary surface [`sə:fis] (n): bề mặt Example: A huge, frozen sea lies just below the surface of Mars. Vocabulary 2:
    Vocabulary Atmosphere (n) [`ætməsfiə]: khí quyển, không khí Example: Why did Mars lose its atmosphere and its oceans, its surface waters and become a cold, dry, barren planet? Vocabulary 3:
    Vocabulary Oxygen (n) [`ɔksidʒən]: khí ôxy Example: Water is composed of hydrogen and oxygen. Vocabulary 4:
    Vocabulary experience (n) [iks`piəriəns]: trải nghiệm Example: The Mars Experience received a People`s Choice Nomination. Vocabulary 5:
    Vocabulary Accommodate (v) [ə`kɔmədeit]: cung cấp nơi ăn , chốn ở Example: The house can accommodate about 12 people. Vocabulary 6:
    Vocabulary trace (n) [treis]: dấu vết Example: He disappeared without a trace. Checking vocabulary:
    Match the words with their meanings.
    surface
    Atmosphere
    Oxygen
    experience
    Accommodat
    trace
    III. READING
    Reading 1a:
    1a. Look at the pictures and discuss the questions 1. What are the names of two plannets in pictures A and B? 2. How do you think the pictures are different? A B - Suggestions answer:
    1. What are the names of two plannets in pictures A and B? A B 2. How do you think the pictures are different? latex(rarr) Pictures A is Earth , pictures A is Mars. latex(rarr) Mars is The Red Planet and Earth is The Green Planet. latex(rarr) Mars is the smaller than Earth. latex(rarr) Mars is the smaller than Earth. - Look at picture:
    Artistic representation of the orbits of Earth and Mars. Credit: NASA - Extension:
    Differences and Similarities between Earth and Mars Similarities between Earth and Mars Mars has ice on the north and south pole like Earth. Mars has a hot day and a cold night like Earth. Earth`s inner core is mainly made out of solid iron.This is similar to to Mars, where the iron is mainly in the core. On Mars you can find iron,gold,silverand copper. Mars and Earth are both land planets not like some other planets which they just gas. On Mars the sun rises every 24 hours. Similar to Earth. Like Earth, Mars` weather can change a lot during the day. Like Earth, Mars has marks of water erosion. Differences between Earth and Mars Earth has more nutrient rich soil than Mars. Mars has two Moons and Earth has only one Moon. The iron on Mars is so close to the surface, you could find iron if you dug once with a spade. Different with Earth. On Mars you can`t find diamonds and otherrelated minerals. Not like Earth. Mars is the second smallest planet. Earth is the fifth smallest planet. Without Mars having plates, the volcanoes just keep erupting in the same spot (they do not die). Mars has less atmospheric pressure then Earth, many believe that this is the reason why liquid water can not exist on the surface of Mars. Reading 1b:
    1b. Read the text below and check your answer.

    Mars is called the Red Planet because of its reddish surface. There have been many explorations to Mars by humans since the mid-20th century. Scientists hope that we can find another planet to accommodate human life.

    1. 2. 3.

    There are major reasons why the climate on Mars is unsuitable for human life. Temperatures on Mars can be as low as -87 degrees Celsius and rarely get above 0 degrees Celsius. But the bigger problem is the lack of oxygen 95% of the atmosphere is carbon dioxide (CO2), and this is poisonous to breathe. Moreover, there is no water on Mars even though scientists have found traces of it.

    However, as early as the mid-19th century scientists discovered that Mars had some similarities to Earth. A day on Mars is 24 hours, 39 minutes and 35 seconds, almost the same as a day on Earth. Mars also experiences seasons just as Earth does. However, the seasons are twice as long because a year on Mars lasts about twice as long as an Earth year.

    Reading 2:
    1. Causing death or illness 2. Two times 3. Has, goes through 4. Marks or sighs showing that something happened 5. The outside or top layer of something 6. Weather conditions of a particular place 7. Provide a place to live 2. Find words in the text that have similar meanings to these words or phrases. - Suggestions answer:

    - Suggestions answer: Reading 3:
    3. Match the headings with the paragraphs (1-3). There is one extra.
    A. Reasons why we may be able to live on Mars.
    B. Reasons why we may not able to live on Mars.
    C. Explanation for the name of Mars.
    D. Reasons for explorations of Mars.
    Reading 4:
    4. Read the text again and answer the qustions. 1. What is the other name for Mars? 2. What are the lowest and the highest tenperatures on Mars? 3. Why is it poisonous to live on Mars? 4. Which is longer, a day on Earth or day on Mars? 5. How long is a year on Mars? - Suggestions answer:

    - Suggestions answer: Let`s see a video:
    How does Mars Compare to Earth? IV. SPEAKING
    Speaking 1:
    5. Work in pairs. One is a human and the other is a Martian. Use the suggestions below to ask and answer about life on Earth and life on Mars. Human Martian Food Drink Sleep Travel Environment Problems Rice, bread, meat… Tablets, rocks… Water, juice….. Liquid from under the rock…. 6-8 hours/night.. 2-3 hours/night… Bicycle, car… Flying car, space buggy, UFO.. Forests, lakes, oceans, mountains, cities… Dry, dessert, rocky landscape, cavers… Diseases, pollution, overpopulation… Survival, lonliness… - Example:
    So what kind of food do you eat? Well, we eat things like rice, bread, cooked meat. And you? - Suggestions speaking:
    Martian: So what kind of food do you eat? Human: Well, we eat things like rice, bread, cooked meat. And you? - Suggestions speaking: Martian: We eat things like tablets, rocks...and drink liquid from under the rock. What kind of drinks do you have? Human: Oh. We drink water, juice, beer, coffee, tea... Martian: How many hours do you sleep in a night? Human: We sleep 6-8 hours/night. And Martian? Martian: 2-3 hours/night. How do you go to travel? Human: We travel by bicycle, car, bus, train...And you? Martian: Flying car, space buggy, UFO... Human: What are the environment on the Mars? Martian: There are dry, dessert, rocky landscape, cavers… Human: What are Martian facing the problems? Martian: We are facing some problems such: Survival, lonliness… Speaking 2:
    6. Now swap pairs. The human of one pair works with the Martian of the other pair. Take turns to report what your previous partner said about life on their planet to your new partner to see if he/she said similar things. Example New human: What kind of food did the human say she ate? New Martian: She said that she ate rice, bread, meat and fruit and vegetables. New human: Yes, that`s right! V. THE END
    Homework:
    HOME WORK Learn by heart all the new words. Prepare for next lesson (find the meaning of the new words in the next lesson) Do Reading again Do exercise in the workbook Goodbye:
     
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