I. AIMS UNIT PERSONAL EXPERIENCES
- Develop such reading micro-skill as scanning for specific ideas, identifying the sequence of events and guessing meaning in context.
- Use the information they have read to discuss the story.
II. TEACHING AIDS UNIT PERSONAL EXPERIENCES
Cassette player, tape, chalks, pictures, handouts, charts, real objects if possible
III. TEACHING METHOD
IV. PROCEDURE UNIT PERSONAL EXPERIENCES
Ask Ss some questions about their most unforgettable experience
1. When did it happen?
2. Where did it happen?
3. Who was involved?
4. How did it happen?
5. How did affect you?
Get Ss to work in pairs and try to make sense of the pictures on pages 22. Then T gets them to put the pictures in the order that they think is most appropriate.
T elicits their answers by asking questions and giving prompts.
1. What can you see in the picture A?
2. What do you see on the table?
3. Whose money do you think it is? Why?
1. embarrass (v) = make sb confused or ashamed
2. experience(n) = event or situation that affects sb in some way
3. idol(n) = someone greatly loved or admired
4. glance (n/v) = look at somebody quickly
- glance at sb/sth
5. Be busy doing sth
- Be busy with something
6. note(n) : banknote
7. make a fuss = make an important thing important or more important
8. sneak (adj)
Play the cassette and ask Ss to listen
* Task 1
- Get Ss to read the passage silently and then do task 1
- Check the answers with the whole class.
* Task 2
- Get Ss to read the text silently again and then with a peer work out the sequence of the pictures given on page 22 again.
- Call on a student to give and explain his / her answer.
- Give corrective feedback.
* Task 3
- Ask students to read the questions in task 3 and answer them in groups.
- Ask representative of each group to give oral answers and write them on the board.
- Give feedback
Post reading (10’)
- Ask students to discuss the questions in group:
1. How did the girl in the story feel when she discovered that the money she had taken was not hers? (embarrassed, sad, ashamed, unhappy, terrible, uncomfortable, anxious, …)
2. What did the girl have to do (when she discovered that the money she had taken was not hers )? (put a notice on T.V or at school, get on the same bus on the next day to look for him, do nothing, keep it a secret, tell her father everything and ask him for advice,…)
- Ask some students to represent their talk in front of class
- Write down the questions and the answers in the notebooks
- Study new words.
- Do the tasks in the notebooks.
- Prepare Speaking.