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Unit 4 A visit to the Space Museum

Unit 4 A visit to the Space Museum

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Unit 4 A visit to the Space Museum

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    useum
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    Language focus:
    Using nouns/noun phrase to identify people, animals, events, objects and activites.
    e.g. planet, Earth.
    Using definite articles to refer to a cosmic object.
    e.g. the Sun.
    Using the present continuous tense to describe an action taking place at the time of speaking.
    e.g. Miss Guo and her students are watching a slide show in the Space Museum.
    Language skills:
    Listening
    Recognize differences in the use of intonation in questions, statements, commands, and respond appropriately.
    Understand the speaker’s intention, attitude and feelings through his/her choice and use of language, gestures and facial expression
    Speaking
    Use appropriate intonation and stress, and vary volume, tone of voice, and speed to convey intended meanings and feelings.
    Use appropriate registers when speaking to familiar interlocutors such as teachers and peers.
    Open an interaction by eliciting a response by asking questions or providing information on a topic. Maintain an interaction by acknowledging, agreeing or disagreeing, replying, asking questions, adding or giving examples, explaining and using formulaic expressions where appropriate. Maintain an interaction by asking and responding to others’ opinions.
    Reading
    Scan a text to locate specific information by using strategies such as looking at headings and repeated words.
    Materials:
    Student’s Book 7B page 82
    Workbook 7B page 45
    Pre-task preparation
    Language learning activity
    (This section aims at providing students with opportunities to practise the language/vocabulary needed or become familiar with the background for the task that follows.
    1. Ask students if they have been to the Space Museum. Ask them what they saw at the Space Museum. Invite students to tell the class about their experiences at the Space Museum; what they saw, what they did and where they went, etc.
    2. Ask students what they know about the solar system. Ask them questions like: How many planets are there in our solar system? What are their names?
    3. Introduce the names of the nine planets to students. Make sure students can pronounce and spell the names correctly.
    4. Students work in pairs to write the names of the planets in the correct order; starting from the planet closest to the Sun to the planet farthest from the Sun. Get students to discuss in pairs.
    5. When students have completed the task, have a few pairs give their answers to the class and the whole class checks the answers together.
    6. Students work in groups. Invite each group to choose a planet in the solar system they would like to know more about. Encourage students to go to library to find out some information on their chosen planet. Ask students to share their findings in class.
    Consolidation
    Workbook page 45
    2
    Language focus:
    Using adjective to make comparisons.
    e.g. Jupiter is the largest planet in our solar system.
    Using prepositions/prepositional phrases to indicate position/place/direction
    e.g. Which is the closest planet to the Sun?
    Language skills:
    Listening
    Recognize differences in the use of intonation in questions, statements, commands, and respond appropriately.
    Listen for specific information.
    Understand the speaker’s intention, attitude and feelings through his/her choice and use of language, gestures and facial expression.
    Speaking
    Use appropriate intonation and stress, and vary volume, tone of voice, and speed to convey intended meanings and feelings. Open an interaction by eliciting a response by asking questions or providing information on a topic. Maintain an interaction by acknowledging, agreeing or disagreeing, replying, asking questions, adding or giving examples, explaining and using formulaic expressions where appropriate.
    Reading
    Read written language in meaningful chunks.
    Recognize recurrent patterns in language structure.
    Materials:
    Student’s Book 7B page 83
    Cassette 7B and a cassette player
    Workbook 7B page 46
    Preparation:
    Cue the cassette.
    Pre-task preparation
    1. Review the comparative adjective: largest, longest and smallest with students. Introduce other comparative adjectives to students, e.g. closest, farthest, hottest, coldest, shortest. You may use pictures to convey the meaning of the words to students. Make sure student know the form of the adjectives, the meaning and the pronunciation.
    2. Play the recording: Read, think and write. Student listen and follow in their books.
    Consolidation
    Grammar Practice Book 7B page 1
    3
    Language focus:
    Using relative clause to describe people.
    e.g. I need someone who can do some important experiments.
    Using nouns/noun phrases to identify people, animals, events, objects and activities.
    e.g. authors, pilots, nurses, doctors
    Language skills:
    Listening
    Recognize differences in the use of intonation in questions, statements, commands, and respond appropriately. Understand the speaker’s intention, attitude and feelings through his/her choice and use language, gestures and facial expression.
    Speaking
    Use appropriate intonation and stress, and vary volume, tone of voice, and speed to convey intended meanings and feelings.
    Maintain an interaction by acknowledging, agreeing or disagreeing, replying, asking questions, adding or giving examples, explaining and using formulaic expressions where appropriate.
    Reading
    Recognize the presentation of ideas through headings, paragraphing, spacing, italics, bold print and punctuation.
    Scan a text to locate specific information by using strategies such as looking at headings and repeated words.
    Materials:
    Student’s Book 7B pages 84 and 85
    Workbook 7B page 47.
    Pre-task preparation
    Language learning activity
    (This section aims at providing students with opportunities to practise the language/vocabulary needed or become familiar with the background for the task that follows.
    1. Review the different occupations on page 84 of the Student’s Book with students. Make sure students are familiar with the meaning and pronunciation of the words.
    2. Have students look at Read and think. Students are to work individually. Ask them to plan their journeys into space by selecting the most appropriate crew members. Students have to decide how many people to allocate for each type of job and who they are going to take with them on their journeys.
    3. When students have finished selecting their crew members, ask a few students to briefly explain their selection to the class.
    Consolidation
    Grammar Practice Book 7B page 72
    Workbook page 47
    4
    Language focus:
    Using adjectives to describe people, animals, objects and conditions.
    e.g. British, American, Korean, Italian.
    Asking ‘Wh-’ and ‘How’ questions to find out various kinds of specific information about a person, object or an event.
    e.g. How many pilots have you chosen? / What’s his/ her nationarlity?
    Using connectives to give reason.
    e.g. … I prefer … to … because …
    Language skills:
    Listening
    Recognize differences in the use of intonation in questions, statements, commands, and respond appropriately. Understand the speaker’s intention, attitude and feelings through his/her choice and use of language, gestures and facial expression
    Speaking
    Use appropriate intonation and stress, and vary volume, tone of voice, and speed to convey intended meanings and feelings.
    Open an interaction by eliciting a response.
    Maintain an interaction by acknowledging, agreeing or disagreeing, replying, asking questions, adding or giving examples, explaining and using formulaic expressions where appropriate.
    Materials:
    Student’s Book 7B page 85
    Workbook 7B page 48
    Pictures or Photographs of people of different nationations.
    Preparation:
    Bring pictures or photographs of people of differ

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