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Week: 1 THE PAST SIMPLE AND THE PAST PROGRESSIVE,
Aim: By the end of the lesson, Students will be able to review and use the past tenses.
Teaching aids: lesson plan, handouts, blackboards.
Procedure:
T Stages and contents T’s activities Ss’ activities
I. THE PAST SIMPLE TENSE
1. Form to be
- Affirmative: S + V2/ed…. S + was/were……
- Negative: S + did + not + V….. S + was/were + not…..
- Interrogative: Did + S + V….? Was/Were + S ….?
2. Use
a. Diễn tả một hành động xảy ra trong quá khứ xác đònh rõ thời gian
(yesterday, ago, last……, in the past, in 1990)
Ex: - My father bought this house 10 years ago.
- Mr. Nam worked here in 1999.
b. Diễn tả một loạt các hành động xảy ra liên tiếp trong quá khứ.
Ex: - Last night, I had dinner, did my homework, watched TV and went to
bed.
- When she came here in 1990, she worked as a teacher.
II. THE PAST PROGRESSIVE TENSE
1. Form
- Affirmative: S + was/were + V-ing….
- Negative: S + was/were + not + V-ing…..
- Interrogative: Was/Were + S + V-ing….?
2. Use
a. Diễn tả một hành động xảy ra ở một thời điểm trong quá khứ.
Ex: They were playing chess at 4 o’clock yesterday.
b. Diễn tả một hành động đang xảy ra có một hành động khác xen
vào trong quá khứ (when, while, as). Hành động đang xảy ra dùng thì
Past Progressive, hành động xen vào ra dùng thì Past Simple.
Ex: - I was studying my lessons when he came.
- We saw him while we were walking along the street.
* EXERCISE
Choose the best answer to complete each sentence.
1) You ...................... your new hat when I ...................... you yesterday.
A. were wearing/ had met B. wore/ had met
C. wore/ was meeting D. were wearing/ met
2) As I ................. the glass, it suddenly ................... into two pieces.
A. cut/ broke B. was cutting/ broke
C. cut/ was breaking D.was cutting/ had broken
3) A burglar ............... into the house while we ................. television.
A. broke/ were watching B. broke/ watched
C. had broken/ watched D. broke/ had watched
4) It was midnight. Outside it ......................... very hard.
A. rains B. rainedC. had rained D. was raining
* EXERCISE
Put the verbs in parentheses into the correct tense.
1) While Diana (watch) ................................. her favourite TV
- Review the
form, the use of
the past simple
and past
progressive.
- Get Ss to do
the exercise
- Ask Ss to
choose the best
answer to
complete each
sentence.
- Ask Ss to put
the verbs in
parentheses
into the correct
tense
-Look at,
listen and
answer the T’s
questions.
1. D were
wearing / met
2. B was
cutting/ broke
3. A broke /
were watching
4. D was
raining
programme, there (be) .......................... a power cut.
2) Who (drive) ........................... the car at the time of the accident?
3) I (do)......................... some shopping yesterday, when I
(see) ........................... your friend.
4) What ............. you (do) ............... when I (come) ......................... to
your office yesterday?
1. was watching
/ was
2. was driving
3. was doing /
saw
4.were / doing /
came
Week: 4 READING: UNIT 2
Aim: By the end of the lesson, Students will be able to improve their reading skill as well as way to guess
meaning of new words.
Teaching aids: pictures, posters, cards.
Procedure:
T Stages & Content T’s activities Ss’activities
Read the passage and choose the best answer for each blank.
MARIA’S HOMECOMING
When the bus ... (1) ... in a small square, Maria was reading her
magazine and didn’t realize that she had arrived at her destination.
“This is Santa Teresa,” Martin said. “You’ve arrived home!” I
suppose your cousin will be ... (2) ... for us. Come on. I’ll carry the
bags.” Maria thought, “All those years when I ... (3) ... in New
York, I used to dream if this moment. And now it’s real, I can’t
believe it! Here I am, I’m really standing in the square.” Santa
Teresa was Maria’s birthplace, but she often left the town at the
age of six. She had some ... (4) ... of the town, and some photos, but
did she belong here still? She didn’t know. Nobody was waiting in
the square. Perhaps her cousin Pablo hadn’t received Maria’s
letter. “What are we going to do now?” asked Martin. “There
isn’t ... (5) ... a hotel here!”
1) A. reached B. got C. stooped D. came
2) A. expecting B. waiting C. welcoming D. receiving
3) A. was living B. have lived C. live D. am living
4) A. recall B. memories C. thinking D.remembering
5) A. even B. hardly C. too D. very
- Get Ss to read
the passage and
do the Multiple
Exercise
1. C stooped
2. B waiting
3. A was
living
4. B
memories
5. A even
Week: 5 READING: UNIT 3
Aim: By the end of the lesson, Students will be able to scan for specific information about party.
- To help them improve reading skill.
Teaching aids: Textbook, blackboard, poster…
Procedure:
T Stages & Content T’s activities Ss’activities
Read the passage and choose one correct answer for each
question.
PREPARING A DINNER PARTY
Giving a dinner party is a wonderful way of entertain people.
You can also make new friends and give others the chance to get to
know each other better.
It needs planning, though. First, make a guest list, with different
kinds of people and a mixture of women and men. Don’t invite
couples because they aren’t so much fun.
When you know who can come, find out what they like to eat
and drink. Note down any who are vegetarians, or who can’t eat or
drink certain things for religious seasons.
Then plan their menu. Include a first course, a choice of main
courses and a dessert, plus lots of people’s favourite drinks.
The next thing to do is the shopping. Make sure buy more than
enough of everything, and that someone can help you carry it!
On the day, start cooking early. Give people appetizers like
Greek mezze or Spanish tapas, so they don’t get hungry if they
have to wait. Serve the delicious meal, sit down with your quests
and have a good time – you’ve earned it!
1) Which of the following is NOT mentioned as the purpose of
giving a dinner party?
A. to entertain people. B. to make new friends.
C. to get people to know more about their host and hostess.
D. to help people to know each other better.
2) when giving a dinner party, you should NOT
invite ........................ .
A. husbands and wives. B. those who are vegetarians.
C. both women and men. D. those who can’t eat or drink
certain things.
3) The menu should include these EXCEPT ..........................
A. a first course B. a supper C. a dessert D. main courses
4) According to the passage, starters should be
served ...........................
A. because the guests want to have a good time together
B. because the guests like eating them
C. because the guests want to eat them while having to wait
D. because the guests may be hungry while having to wait
5) What should you do while the guests are having their evening
meal?
A. Stand beside the guests without doing anything.
B. Sit down with the guests and have a good time.
C. Sit down with the guests to show your politeness.
D. Only serve the guests with the food.
- Get Ss to read
the passage and
do the Multiple
Exercise
1. C to get
people to
know more
about their
host and
hostess.
2. A husbands
and wives.
3. B a supper
4. D because
the guests may
be hungry
while having
to wait
5. B Sit down
with the guests
and have a
good time.

Week: 11 A LETTER OF REPLY
Aim: By the end of the lesson, Students will be able to write a letter of reply
Teaching aids: lesson plan, blackboards.
Procedure:
T Stages and contents T’s
activities
Ss’
activities
* Writing a letter of reply
From the cues given, write a letter of reply.
41) Thank you/ letter/ welcome/ General Knowledge Quiz.
.....................................................................................................................
42) number/ participants/ be/ 4/ members/ each/ team
......................................................................................................................
43) Quiz/ hold/ 89 Le Loi Street/ HCM City/ November 30/ 2007
......................................................................................................................
44) starting time/ be/ 8:00 p.m/ but/ you/ be/ present/ an hour/ earlier
......................................................................................................................
45)Please/contact/ me/ phone/ 067.892899/ or/ e-mail/ Quiz@yahoo.com
......................................................................................................................
- Ask Ss
to write a
letter of
reply
- Write a
letter of
reply
Week: 12 REPORTED WITH GERUND
Aim: By the end of the lesson. Students will be able to use correctly reported speech having the repoting verbs
followed by gerund
Teaching aids: lesson plan, blackboards.
Procedure
T Steps
T’s
activities
Ss’
activities
GRAMMAR
Verb + (o) + preposition + V.ing / noun
1) Jack admitted ....................... the money.
A. steal B. to steal C. stealing D. stolen
2) Thank you very much ........................ lending me your bike.
A. about B. in C. for D. of
3) Don’t ......................... him to arrive early. He’s always late.
A. think B. judge C. hope D. expect
4) I wouldn’t ................... of going to the party I hadn’t been invited to
A. dream B. intend C. depend D. rely
5) The instructor warned the students ............ sailing alone on the lake.
A. on B. for C. of D. against
5) The manager ....................... the men to turn to work immediately.
A. insisted B. suggested C. demanded D. ordered
6) Her mother prevented her ..................... going out tonight.
A. against B. from C. about D. at
7) I apologized ........................ the book at home.
A. for leaving B. to leaving C. leaving D. to leave
II. Choose the underlined part among A, B, C or D that needs
correcting.
8) I’d like to thank your brother for your help.
Give
instructions
Listen
A B C D
9) Mrs. Allen was concerned about my have to drive so far every day.
A B C D
10) You can congratulate yourself about having done an excellent job.
A B C D
11) Peter apologized for break the vase.
A B C D
12) He insisted on seeing the manager tomorrow.
A B C D
III. Write the following sentences in Reported Speech.
13) “It was really kind of you to help me.” Mary said to you.
 Mary thanked me.................................................................................
14) “I’ll drive you to the airport.” John said to Linda..
 John insisted..........................................................................................
15) “You have passed the final exams. Congratulations!” Jim said to
you
 Jim congratulated me....................................................................
16) “”It was nice of you to invite me to the dinner. Thank you”, Miss
White said to Peter.
 Miss White thanked......................................................................
17) “Don’t play with the matches!” I said to Jack.
 I warned........................................................................................
18) “I’m sorry I didn’t phone you earlier”, Margaret said to you.
 Margaret apologized......................................................................
19) “I have always wanted to be a pilot”, Paul said to you.
 Paul has always dreamed of..........................................................
20) “You didn’t do what I said”, the mother said to her son.
 The mother accused.......................................................................
Week: 13 READING: UNIT 7
Aim: By the end of the lesson, Students will be able to improve their reading skill as well as way to guess
meaning of new words.
Teaching aids: pictures, posters, cards.
Procedure:
T Stages & Content T’s activities Ss’activities
Read the passage and choose one correct answer for each
question.
The nuclear family, consisting of a mother, father, and their
children may be more an American ideal than an American reality.
Of course, the so-called traditional American family was always
more varied than we had been led to believe, reflecting the very
different racial, ethnic, class, and religious customs among
different American groups.
The most recent government statistics reveal that only about one
third of all current American families fit the traditional mold and
another third consists of married couples who either have no
children or have none still living at home. Of the final one third,
- Ask Ss to read
the passage and
choose one
correct answer
for each
question.
- Read
the passage
and choose
one correct
answer for
each
about 20 percent of the total number of American households is
single people, usually women over sixty-five years of age. A small
percentage, about 3 percent of the total, consists of unmarried
people who choose to live together; and the rest, about 7 percent,
are single, usually divorced parents, with at least one child.
1) With what topic is the passage mainly concerned?
A. the traditional American family B. The nuclear family.
C. The ideal family.
D. The current American family.
2) The writer implies that ........................ .
A. there has always been a wide variety of family arrangements in
the U.S
B. racial, ethnic, and religious groups have preserved the
traditional family structure.
C. the ideal American is the best structure.
D. fewer married couples are having children.
3) Who generally constitutes a one-person household?
A. A single man in his twenties
B. A single woman in her late sixties
C. An elderly man D. A divorced woman.
4) According to the passage, married couples whose children have
grown or who have no children represent ..............................
A. 7 percent of households B. 20 percent of households
C. 33,3 percent of households D. 3 percent of households
5) The word current in line 7 is closest in meaning to ...................
A. present B. contemporary C. now D. modern
question.
1) D. The
current
American
family.
2) A. there
has always
been a wide
variety of
family
arrangements
in the U.S
3) B. A
single
woman in
her late
sixties
4) A. 7
percent of
households
5) A. present
Week: 19 UNIT 9: READING
Aim: By the end of the lesson, Ss will be able to understand about a post office more and use the experiences in
their life.
Materials: posters
Procedure:
T Content T’s activities Ss’ activities
* Read the text below and decide which answer -A, B, C or
D - best fits each pace.
Post Office service is (1) ____ developing with some certain
inventions.
The first envelopes were made (2) ____ cloth, animal skins,
or vegetable parts. The Babylonians (3) ___ their messages in thin
sheets of clay (4) ____ were then baked.
In 1653, a Frenchman, De Valyer (5) ____ a postal system in
Paris. He set up mail (6) ____ and delivered any letters placed in
them if they used envelopes (7) ____ only he sold. (8)____ enemy
put live mice into the letter boxes and ruined De Valyer’s business.
A schoolmaster from England, Rowland Hill (9) ____ the
adhesive postage stamp in 1837, an act for (10) ____ he was
knighted. Through his efforts the first stamp was issued in England
in 1840.
Hill created the first uniform postage rates that were based on
weight, rather than size.
1) A. more B. more and more
C. the more D. the most
2) A. of B. in
C. for D. about
3) A. hugged B. embraced
C. wrapped D. rolled
4) A. that B. whom
C. whose D. when
5) A. established B. erected
C. rebuilt D. discovered
6) A. contains B. cans
C. bottles D. boxes
7) A. whom B. where
C. whose D. which
8) A. A B. An
C. The D. Þ
9) A. operated B. worked
C. invented D. examined
10) A. what B. which
C. that D. whom
- Ask Ss to read
the text below
and decide which
answer -A, B, C
or D - best fits
each pace.
- Read the text
below and
decide which
answer -A, B, C
or D - best fits
each pace.
1) B. more and
more
2) A. of
3) C. wrapped
4) D. when
5) C. rebuilt
6) D. which
7) D. boxes
8) B. An
9) C. invented
10) B. which
Week: 20 DEFINING AND NON - DEFINING RELATIVE CLAUSES
Aim: Review two grammar points: defining relative clauses & non defining relative clauses
Teaching aids: textbook, posters
Procedure:
T Content T’s activities Ss’ activities
* Non-defining and defining relative clause (Mệnh đề quan hệ
xác đònh và không xác đònh)
1. Defining relative clause (Mệnh đề quan hệ xác đònh): Who,
Whom, Which, That, Whose/of which.
Dùng để bổ nghóa cho danh từ đứng trước. Nếu bỏ đi mệnh đề
chính sẽ không rõ nghóa.
Danh từ đứng
trước
Chủ từ Túc từ Sở hữu
Người
Who/That Who/Whom Whose
Vật/Động vật
Which/That Which/That Whose/of which
Ex: I don’t like people who/that talk a lot.
2. Non-defining relative clause (Mệnh đề không xác đònh): Who,
Whom, Which
Dùng để bổ nghóa cho danh từ đứng trước, là phần giải thích
thêm. Nếu bỏ đi mệnh đề chính vẫn rõ nghóa. Mệnh đề này thường
được tách khỏi mệnh đề chính bằng dấu phẩy.
Ta dùng mệnh đề quan hệ không hạn đònh khi:
- Trước danh từ quan hệ có: this/that/these/those/my/her/his…
- Từ quan hệ là tên riêng hoặc danh từ riêng.
Danh từ đứng trước Chủ từ Túc từ Sở hữu
Người
Who Who/Whom Whose
Vật/Động vật
Which Which Whose/of which
Ex: My father, who is fifty years old, is a goldsmith.
[trong câu này, nếu bỏ đi mệnh đề who is fifty years old, thì câu
vẫn rõ nghóa, không ảnh hưởng đến nghóa của câu vì My father đã rõ
nghóa rồi]
LƯU Ý: KHÔNG dùng THAT trong mệnh đề này.
* EXERCISE: Circle the best answer for each sentence.
1) I cannot tell you all ____ I heard
A. which B. that C. as D. because
2) I can answer the question ____ you say is very difficult.
A. which B. whom C. who D. whose
3) This is Mr Jones, ____ invention has helped hundreds of deaf people.
A. which B. that C. whose D. whom
4) This school is only for children ____ first language is not English.
A. who B. whose C. which D. that
5) Tom, ____ sits next to me, is from Canada.
A. that B. whom C. who D. whose
6) The reason I left is ____ I was bored.
A. why B. that C. day D. what
7) The building whose walls are made of glass is the place ____ I work.
A. which B. where C. that D. what
8) With our senses, we perceive everything ____.
- introduces
- gives
examples & Ss
to read them &
then
distinguish the
differences
between
defining
relative clauses
and non-
defining
relative
clauses
--T. explains
--T reminds not
to forget the
comma before
non defining
relative clause
- Ask Ss to
circle the best
answer for
each
sentence.
- Read the
sentences
carefully
- Read
independently
-Distinguishin
g the
differences
the examples.
- Listen
1. B. that
2. A. which
3. C. whose
4. B. whose
5. C. who
6. B. that
7. B. where
8. B. that is
around us