Bài học cho Bi- 15/6/2011
Posted June 15, 2011on:
I>Kiểm tra từ vựng
1. trung tâm: center
2. màu nâu: brown tóc nâu: brown hair. tóc đen: dark hair, black hair
3. ngôn ngữ, tiếng : language
4. chỉ cho thấy, cho xem, trình diễn: show
5. cả hai, đều: both
6. sự giúp đỡ: help
II> Hội thoại cũ
– Bi, what are you going to do this evening?
– I’m going to my aunt’s house and eat dinner there.
– Do you have school tomorrow?
– No, i don’t have school tomorrow. I’m having a summer vacation.
– how long have you been learning English?
– I have been learning english for 5 years
– wow, that’s very long. where do you study english?
– I study it in school.
– Your english is very good.
– Thank you. I can only speak a little.
– where are you living in Vietnam?
– I’m living in Hagiang city.
– How long have you been living there?
– I’ve been living here for 13 years.
– do you like living there?
– yes, i like living here very much.
III> Học bài mới (So sánh hơn với tính tu ngắn)
– My sister is older than your sister.(ví dụ Bi nói với Dung)
– My parents are younger than your parents (vi du Bi noi voi anh Tuan)
– your mom is older than your father but my mom is younger than my father.
– my sister is taller than my mom.
– my brother-in-law is a lot taller than my sister.
– my sister is 8 years older than me.
– I am 8 years older than my sister.
– i have one half- brother and one half-sister. They are 11 and 10 years old.
– they are living with my birth-father.
IV> Tài liệu mới
1. Bài nghe hội thoại
– my family occupations download: my family occupations
– family duties bài nghe: family duties
– what are you doing?bài nghe: what are you doing?
Transcript: bản chép tay
2. Bài 6 pimsleur Pimsleur lesson 6
3. Bài động từ bất quy tắc 1 Hát ráp về động từ bất quy tắc 1
V> Tập đọc
A: What’s your family like?
B: I have a very big family. A mom, a dad, a grandma, two grandpas, an older brother, two younger sisters, one dog and one gold fish.
A: Wow, that is big. Do you live in a house or in an apartment?
B: We live in a house. My grandparents live far away. What’s about your family? Do you have any brothers or sisters?
A: I’ve got a small family. It’s just my mom, my younger sister, my cat and me. We live in an apartment in the center of town.
B: What does your mom do?
A: She’s a lawyer. She’s thirty years old. She works very hard for us.
B: It sounds like you have a nice family.
A: It’s true. Maybe you can meet them sometimes.
B: Sure, I want to meet your cat, too.