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D TH O KEY LANGUAGE 1 1 TOPIC 1 : GENERATION GAP 2 2 3 forbid, flashy, elegant, concentrate 4 more support, a lot of conflicts 3 5 Lesson 5: Culture (page 15) 6 Lesson 6: Project (page 17) 4 7 TOPIC 2: RELATIONSHIPS 8 5 9 10 6 11 Lesson 5: Culture (page 27) KHUNG CHƯƠNG TRÌNH TĂNG CƯỜNG KĨ NĂNG NGHE NÓI TIẾNG ANH LỚP 11 COURSE OUTLINES FOR SUPPLEMENTARY PROGRAM GRADE 11 2 tiết/ tuần x 37 tuần = 74 tiết 2 periods/ week x 37 weeks = 74 periods HỌC KỲ SEMESTER TUẦN WEEK NGÀY DATE TIẾT PERIOD CHỦ ĐIỂM SÁCH TA 11 TA 11 THEME SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIAL BÀI HỌC LESSONS_NAME MỤC TIÊU BÀI HỌC OBJECTIVES_TOPIC KỸ NĂNG NGHE LISTENING ACTIVITIES KỸ NĂNG NÓI SPEAKING ACTIVITIES Lesson 1: Getting started (Unit 1 - page 6) Get started with topic 1 and provide students some vocabulary related to the topic of conflicts in the family Listen for specific information in a conversation between two teenagers about conflicts with their parents. extended family, nuclear family, childcare, table manners, viewpoint, generation gap Lesson 2: Speaking (Unit 1 - skills / speaking - page 11) Giving opinions and advice to solve the problems related to conflicts between teenagers and their parents Work in pairs to talk about conflicts with parents I don't like the way my parents keep……… /My parents are always doing………./ My parents are convinced that ………./ In my opinion, …. / If I were you, I'd… Lesson 3: Listening (Unit 1 - skills / listening - page 13) Listening for specific information and inference Listen to a conversation about conflicts and differences Lesson 4: Communication (unit 1 - page 15) promote Ss to develop their communication skills and cultural understanding Work in groups to practice asking and answering the questions - report the group's opinion Give opportunities for discussions Talk about the current family trend and the reason. multi-generational households, Unemployment, part-time work and low-paid jobs, Unemployment, part- time work and low-paid jobs, active when interacting Provide additional speaking practice Using suggested questions to interview 15 teenagers living in their area and take notes Lesson 1: Getting started (Unit 2 - page 18) Get started with topic 2 and provide students words and phrases related to relationships Listening for specific information in a conversation between a girl and her grandma about relationships get involved in romantic relationships, single-sex school, start a relationship with sb, concentrate on one's study, get involved, feel bored, kind, caring and sympathetic Lesson 2: Speaking (Unit 2 - skills / speaking - page 23) Talk about personal problems, ask for advice and give advice Work in pairs to talk about problems at school or at home I think you should…./ If I were you, I'd…./ What should I do? / Thanks for your advice. / I have an idea Lesson 3: Listening (Unit 2 - skills / listening - page 24) Listening for specific details about teenage relationships Listen to a talk show about how teenagers and their parents deal with problems argument, be in relationship, be
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