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MS Word Export To Multiple PDF Files Software - Please purchase license.COURSE SYLLABUS FOR UNIT 1

GREETING AND INTRODUCING Contents -

Warm-Up Activity

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Conversation o Introducing yourself o Asking someone’s occupation o Asking some personal information

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Vocabulary o Occupation o Countries and Nationalities

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Practice

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Language in Action

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Reading

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Grammar Focus

Objectives To complete this unit, the students will be able to 1. greet other people and introduce themselves appropriately. 2. ask other people about their occupation and personal information. 3. know about occupation vocabulary 4. know about countries and nationalities 5. understand meeting and greeting customs from different countries. 6. use the simple present to talk about information of other people.

Teaching Activities During the teaching and learning, the students will participate in -

practicing English conversation in different situations

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studying the vocabulary about occupation


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telling the nationalities of different countries correctly

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answering question from reading short passage

Teaching Materials -

Power point presentation

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CD Audio

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Worksheet: Country and Nationality

Assessment 1. Formative Evaluation - The students can speak out the conversation correctly - The students can pronounce the vocabulary correctly - The students can practice short dialogs appropriately 2. Summative Evaluation - The students can do the exercises correctly - The students can complete the worksheet correctly


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UNIT 1

GREETING AND INTRODUCING

Warm-Up a. Talk about the picture with your partner. - Where are they?

- What are they doing?

- What the relationship among them?

Conversation a. Listen and read. Jane: Hello. I’m Jane. Lee:

Hi. I’m Lee. Nice to meet you. Where are you from, Jane?

Jane: I’m from Malaysia. I study modern languages in Kuala Lumpur. Lee:

Oh, really? That’s interesting. I study languages, too. Are you here for the summer school?

Jane: That’s right. I want to practice my English. What about you? Where are you from? Lee:

I’m from Thailand.

Jane: Really? So you are Thai. Do you live in Bangkok? Lee:

No, I don’t. I live in Chiang Mai.

Jane: Wow! Chiang Mai is a beautiful city. Lee:

Do you know it?

Language box I live in Chang Mai. He works in college. Do you study English? Yes, I do. Does he work in Bangkok? No, he doesn’t. I don’t live in Bangkok. He doesn’t teach modern languages.

Jane: Yes, I do. My brother works there, at Chiang Mai University. He is a teacher. Lee:

That’s amazing. I study at Chiang Mai University, too! What is your brother’s name?

Jane: Oh. It’s a small world!


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b.

Elizabeth:

Hello, I’m Elizabeth Mandel.

Chuck:

Hi! My name is Charles Chang. But please call me Chuck.

Elizabeth:

Nice to meet you, Chuck. You can call me Liz.

Chuck:

OK. And what’s your last name again?

Elizabeth:

Mandel. Are you Japanese?

Chuck:

No, I’m not. I’m Chinese. I come from Beijing.

Elizabeth:

Oh, really. I like Chinese food. What do you do, Chuck?

Chuck:

I’m a computer engineer. I work for Metro Software Company. What about you?

Elizabeth:

I’m a secretary. I work for Fabric Import and Export Company.

Chuck:

That’s nice. Do you like your job?

Elizabeth:

Very much. By the way, here’s my card.

A. Introducing yourself  My name is

Jim Harris.

I’m  Hi,

I’m

Beth Marshall.

Hello, my name’s B. Asking someone’s occupation  What do you do?

I’m a secretary / an engineer I work for Metro Company

C. Asking some personal information  Where are you from?

I’m from Australia.

 Where do you come from?

I come from China.

 What is your nationality?

I’m French.

 Are you Thai?

Yes, I am / No, I’m not. I’m Japanese.


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Vocabulary A. Directions: Match each job with a picture. 1. _____ a cashier

2. _____ a waiter/ waitress

3. _____ an office assistant

4. _____ a policeman

5. _____ a tutor

6. _____ a pizza delivery driver

7. _____ a messenger

8. _____ a flight attendant

9. ______ a receptionist

A.

B.

F.

D.

C.

G.

H.

E.

I.

B. Directions: Fill in the blank with the correct nationalities of these countries. Country Japan ____________

Nationality __Japanese___ Chinese

Country

Nationality

Italy

____________

____________

Malaysian

Thailand

______________

Scotland

____________

Brazil

______________

____________

Norwegian

Mexico

____________

USA

___________

____________ France

Canadian _______________


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Practice A. Directions: Match the questions in column A with the responses in column B. Then practice with a partner. Give your own information. -A-

-B–

1. How do you spell your name?

a. Oh, everyone calls me Lis.

2. Excuse me, what’s your first name again?

b. E-L-I-S-A-B-E-T-H

3. Where are you from?

c. I’m a Australian.

4. What is your nationality?

d. I’m from Canada.

5. How old are you?

e. I’m twenty-two.

B. Directions: Complete this conversation. Then compare with a partner. Yoko: Rich, who is the woman over there?

name

Rich: Oh, Her (1)_______ is Lisa Mirror.

My name come

Yoko: Hi, Lisa. (2)_____ (3)_____ is Yoko Hakata. I (4)_____ from Japan.

from

meet

Lisa:

are

nice

Oh, nice to (5)_____ you, Lisa. I’m (6)_____ USA.

Yoko: (7)_____ to meet you too. C. Directions: Listen and read this conversation and write T (true) or F (false) for each statement. A: Hello. Ben. Nice to meet you B: Nice to meet you, too. Do you want to ask me some questions? A: Yes, I do. Thank you for your time. First question… where are you from? B: I’m from Texas, but I live in Michigan now. I’m a student here at Michigan State. A: Do you live in an apartment? B: No, I don’t. I live in a dormitory here on campus, with about twelve hundred students! A: Wow! That’s a lot. B: Yeah, but it’s fun. A: OK, next question. Do you enjoy your classes? B: Yes. The classes here are interesting, and I have some great friends.

his


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A: OK, next question. Do you have a part-time job? B: Yes, I do. I work in a place called Grandma’s Kitchen- it’s a restaurant on campus. I’m a waiter. A: Well, thank you, Ben. That’s all B: Oh, you’re welcome. 1. _____ Ben lives in Michigan.

3. _____ The classes are interesting.

2. _____ Ben lives in an apartment.

4. _____ He doesn’t like his friends.

5. _____ He’s a waiter in a restaurant on campus.

Language in Action Directions: Make a conversation by using these words to make more conversation with a partner. A: Do you live with your family? B: No, I don’t. I live (1) _____. I’m a student. A: Oh, OK. Do you study (2) ______ ? B: Yes, I do. I also work part-time in a (3) ______. A: Really? I’m a part-time (4) ______. B: Do you like it? A: Yes, it’s (5) ______.

Conversation 1

Conversation 2

Conversation 3

1. on campus

1. in an apartment

1. in a dormitory

2. art

2. languages

2. in college

3. restaurant

3. bar

3. grocery store

4. Math tutor

4. office clerk

4. messenger

5. very interesting

5. really good

5. fun


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Reading

Meeting and Greeting Customs How do you think the people in these countries greet each other? There are many different greeting customs around the world. Here are some.

Chile : People usually shake hands when they meet for the first time. When two women first meet, they sometimes give one kiss on the cheek. (They actually “kiss the air�.) Women also greet both male and female friends warm hugs or sometimes kiss women on the cheek.

Finland : Finns greet each other with a firm handshakes. Hugs and kisses are only for close friends and family.

The Philippines : The everyday greeting for friends is a handshake for both men and women. Men sometimes pat each other on the back.

Korea : Men bow slightly and shake hands to greet each other. Women do not usually shake hands. To address someone with his or her full name, the family name comes first, then the first name. The United States: People shake hands when they are first ntroduced. Friends and family members often hug or kiss on cheek when they see each other. In these situations, men often kiss women but not other men . .

Directions: According to the article, in which country or countries are the following true? Check  in the correct boxes. Chile 1. People shake hands every time they meet. 2. Women do not shake hands. 3. Women kiss at the first meeting. 4. Men hug or pat each other on the back. 5 Women kiss male friends.

Finland

the Philippines

Korea

the U.S.


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GRAMMAR FOCUS  We use the simple present to talk about things that are generally true. Affirmative

Negative

I speak English.

I don’t speak French.

You work in an office.

You don’t work very hard.

He studies in college.

He doesn’t study on weekends.

My sister lives in an apartment.

My sister doesn’t live on campus

Yes/No questions

Wh- questions

Do you speak French?

What do you study?

Do they like their jobs?

What do we like to do in our free time?

Does he study English?

Where does he go?

Does your friend stay with you?

When does she finish her work?

Exercise Directions: Put the words in the correct order to make questions. 1.

live / Do / your / with / you / family? ___________________________________________________________________

2.

a / job? / you / Do / have / part-time ___________________________________________________________________

3.

lot? / study / you / a / Do ___________________________________________________________________

4.

car? / have / you / a / Do ___________________________________________________________________

5.

big / live / in / your family / a / city? / Does __________________________________________________________________


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COURSE SYLLABUS FOR UNIT 2

DECRIBING PEOPLE AND THINGS Contents -

Warm-Up Activity

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Conversation o Describing People o Describing Things

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Vocabulary o Appearances o Shape o Pattern

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Practice

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Language in Action

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Reading

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Grammar Focus

Objectives To complete this unit, the students will be able to 1. describe people and things. 2. know how to ask about people appearances 3. know the vocabulary about size, shape, pattern and color 4. read the description of people and identify the people 5. listen to the description of people and tell which people is the description is talking about. 6. use “be like” and “look like” in decrypting people correctly

Teaching Activities During the teaching and learning, the students will participate in -

practicing English conversation in different situations

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studying the vocabulary about people appearances, shape and pattern


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answering question from reading short passage

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describe people and things appropriately

Teaching Materials -

Power point presentation

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CD Audio

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Picture of people and products

Assessment 1. Formative Evaluation - The students can speak out the conversation correctly - The students can pronounce the vocabulary correctly - The students can practice short dialogs appropriately 2. Summative Evaluation - The students can do the exercises correctly - The students can complete the worksheet correctly


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UNIT 2

DESCRIBING PEOPLE AND THINGS

Warm-Up a. Talk about the picture with your partner. - Who are in the picture?

- What are they doing?

- What happen to the woman?

Conversation a. Listen and read. Woman:

Officer! Officer!

Officer:

Yes, ma’am.

Woman:

Somebody just took my purse! My money, my credit cards---everything’s gone!

Officer:

All right. Just calm down a minute…OK. Now. What did the person look like?

Woman:

He was kind of tall and thin.

Officer:

About how tall was he?

Woman:

Around 5’ 10”.

Officer:

5’ 10”. And how much did he weigh?

Woman:

I’m not sure. Maybe around 140 lbs.

Officer:

And about how old was he?

Woman:

Oh, he was fairly young—in his mid-teens, I think…sixteen or seventeen.

Officer:

And what color was his hair?

Woman:

Brown, and it was curly brown hair.

Officer:

And eyes?

Woman:

I don’t know. It all happened so fast.

Officer:

Yes, of course. What was he wearing?


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Woman: Jeans and a yellow T-shirt. Oh, and a light yellow long sleeve shirt.

Language box

Officer: look like?

Fine, and now tell me about your purse. What did it

Woman:

Well, it was white purse, and it had a shoulder strap.

Officer:

What was it made of?

Woman:

Leather.

Officer:

OK, now I’ll need your name and address.

What does he look like? How tall is he? How much does he weigh? How old is he? What was he wearing? What is it made of? What color is it?

GIVE IT A TRY! a. Look at these pictures and choose which one is the man who stole the woman’s purse. A.

B.

C.

D.

b. Look these pictures and choose which one is the woman’s purse which was stolen. A.

B.

C.

D.

Describing people  What did

IN THE UNITED STATES

he look like?

MEN

does

WOMEN

6’ 4”………………………VERY TALL………………. 5’ 11”

 Well, he was fairly Is

pretty kind of sort of rather

tall/short. thin/ heavy.

5’ 11”…………………………..TALL………………….. 5’ 7” 5’ 8” ……….......MEDIUM HEIGHT……………. 5’ 4” 5’ 6” ……………………….SHORT…………………… 5’ 0” Below

Below

5’ 6” ………………………Very short……………… 5’ 0”


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 He was/ is average height and weight.

* 1 centimeter = 0.3937 inches

 How tall was/ is he?  Around

12 inches = 1 foot

180 cms.

Example: 170 cm. = 170 x 0.3937 = 66.929

About

67 ÷ 12 = 5 with a remainder of 7, or 5’ 7”

Vocabulary

A. Directions: Complete each phrase with be or have. 1. have straight black hair

2. _____ short brown hair

3. _____ middle-aged

4. _____ a beard

5. _____ medium height

6. _____ a mustache

7. _____ tall and thin

8. _____ long blond hair

9. _____ fairly short

10._____ curly red hair

11._____ bald

12._____ elderly

B. Directions: Match the word to its correct picture.

E.

C. D.

A. B.

F.

G.

H.

I.

J.

K.


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rectangular circle L.

M.

heart

oval square cylinder

cube star hexagon pentagon triangle crescendo

C. Directions: Put the name of each pattern to its correct picture.

plain

cross

flower printed

rain drop

polka dot

tartan

diamond printed

Practice A. Directions: Read the descriptions, write the correct number in the circle.

strip


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No. 1 My name is Sonia. I’m medium high. My hair is long, wavy and blond. My eyes are big and blue. I’m thin. I’m wearing orange sandals, blue jeans, a brown belt, a white blouse and a red jacket. No. 2 Hello!! My name is Peter. My hair is short, straight and black with brown high lights. My eyes are brown. I’m wearing black pants, a red sweater, orange shoes and I wear glasses. I’m carrying a green backpack. No. 3 Nice to meet you!! My name is Oscar. I have red hair, my eyes are green. I’m wearing a purple cap, a purple shirt, a yellow T-shirt, blue shorts, white socks and blue sneakers. No. 4 Hi!! My name is Susan. I’m thin and pretty. My hair is long, straight and black, my eyes are big and green. I’m wearing a pink blouse, blue jeans, a yellow sweater and pink shoes. No. 5 Hello friend! My name is Mary. I’m thin. I’m a sporty girl. My hair is brown and curly, my eyes are big and brown. I’m wearing a yellow top tank, purple sweat pants and white sneakers. No. 6 Hi !! My name is Alex. I’m thin and tall. My hair is short, straight and black. I’m handsome. I’m wearing sunglasses, line skates, blue jeans, a pair of blue gloves, a blue sweater and a red sleeveless T-shirt. B. Directions: Listen to the conversation and identify the people in the picture. (Tape script 1) 1. _____ Lisa

2. _____ Ratana

3. _____ Robert

4. _____ Kate

5. _____ Sandra

6. _____ Ken

Listen again and complete the sentences. 1. Robert is fairly ______ but very ______. 3.

2. Ken is Lisa’s _______.

Ken is _______ but very _______.

Summer Party at Lisa’s House


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Language in Action A. Directions: Describe a person in this picture to your partner. Can your partner guess who you are describing?

A.

E.

B.

F.

C.

D.

G .

H .

New Vocabulary spiky fringe afro scar dimple beard mustache bald curly wavy

I.

J.

K.

B. Directions: Read the description and draw the picture in the box given. 1. She has dark curly long hair with a red flower a hairpin on it. She also wears glasses.

2. He is bald and he has a beard. He also has long scar on his right cheek.


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Reading Jim wrote a letter to his friend, Susan. He also sent her a picture of international student club party. Read the description of people in the picture that Jim wrote in the letter.

Dear Susan, How are you? I hope you are fine. I’ve sent this letter with a photo from my international student club’s party last week. It was very nice party. I met many interesting people there. I would like you to meet my roommate, Peter. He is a handsome man who has a pony tail hair with a beard. He wore long sleeve shirt and brown trousers. The old woman who wore glasses and was talking with Isabel was my teacher, Mrs. Summer. She’s 60 years old. She’s very nice. For those three people who were talking beside the table were my friends for Language class. There were Nancy, Thomas and Lisa. Lisa was the one who has short hair with reading glasses. She’s my exgirlfriend, remember? And the pretty girl who stood next to me is Janet. She was the one who has curly long hair and wore a mini-skirt. She’s my girlfriend now. I hope you still remember me, don’t you?

1. _____ This picture is the international student club’s party. 2. _____ The woman who was talking with Mrs. Summer is Isabel. 3. _____ Thomas was the man who has pony tail hair with a beard.


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4. _____ Peter was the man who standing next to Lisa. 5. _____ Jim was the man who wearing a T-shirt with number 22 on it.

Grammar Focus  We use be like to talk about someone’s character. Be like What is your brother like?

He’s kind and very generous.

Who are you like in your family?

People say I’m like my sister. We are both fairly shy.

Are you like your father?

Not really. He’s hard-working but I’m lazy.

 We use look like to talk about someone’s appearance. Look like What does your brother look like?

He’s fairly tall, and he has short black hair and a beard.

Who do you look like in your family?

People say I look like my sister. We both have long blond hair.

Do you look like your father?

No, I don’t. He’s tall but I’m fairly short.

Exercise Directions: Underline the correct answers. 1. Is / Does your best friend look like you? 2. My father looks like / like his brother. 3. What is your sister like / look like? 4. Tina doesn’t / isn’t look like her mother. 5. What are / is you like? 6. Charles isn’t / doesn’t look like me. 7. What is / does your boyfriend look like? 8. My friend, Takashi and I am / look like each other.


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COURSE SYLLABUS FOR UNIT 3

EXPRESSING FEELING Contents -

Warm-Up Activity

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Conversation o Likes and Dislike

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Vocabulary o Kinds of Music, Movies, Sports, Food o Emotion

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Practice

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Language in Action

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Reading

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Grammar Focus

Objectives To complete this unit, the students will be able to 1. express their feeling with other people 2. know the expression used to express feeling 3. know the vocabulary about feeling 4. use “like” and “dislike” with verb adding –ing form correctly

Teaching Activities During the teaching and learning, the students will participate in -

practicing English conversation in different situations

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studying the vocabulary about feeling

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answering question from reading short passage

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expressing their feeling with different activities


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Teaching Materials -

Power point presentation

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CD Audio

Assessment 1. Formative Evaluation - The students can speak out the conversation correctly - The students can pronounce the vocabulary correctly - The students can practice short dialogs appropriately 2. Summative Evaluation - The students can do the exercises correctly - The students can complete the worksheet correctly


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UNIT 3

EXPRESSING FEELING

Warm-Up a. Talk about the picture with your partner.

What kind of ticket is it? - What kind of music is performing in this concert? How many kinds of music do you know? - What kind of music do you like most?

Conversation a. Listen and read. Cathy: Oh, hey, can you turn that up a little? Dave: Sure‌ Do you like jazz? Cathy: Oh, yes. I love it. Dave:

Really? So do I. What kind of jazz do you like?

Cathy: Oh, all kinds, but especially fusion. Dave: How do you like Dixieland?


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Cathy: It’s all right, but I’m not really crazy about it. Dave: No, neither am I. I like a mellow sound. What’s your favorite band? Cathy: Well, I think I like Daline Jones best. Dave: Me, too. I think he’s terrific. Do you like going to concerts? Cathy: Sure, but I like listening to records better. I can’t stand mobs of people. Dave: Yeah, I know what you mean. But if you change your mind, we can go to his concert this weekend. I’ve got a ticket from my friend. Would you like to go with me? Cathy: That’s interesting. I’ll think about it. Thanks. b.

Receptionist: Do you like Phuket, Mrs. Bedford? Mrs. Bedford: Yes, very much. Receptionist: What do you like most? Mrs. Bedford: The people. They’re very friendly. And I love the scenery. It’s really beautiful. Receptionist: And what do you think of the food? Mrs. Bedford: Well, actually I’m not very keen on it. It’s too spicy for me. Receptionist: What about the hotel? How do you find it here? Mrs. Bedford: Well, it’s quite nice. All the facilities here are really comfortable. Receptionist: And how do you like the weather? Mrs. Bedford: Oh, it’s not very good. It’s too hot and I hate hot weather.

A. Likes and Dislike  Do you like jazz / Caline Jones / Phuket ? Oh, yes. I love it like it very much

No, I don’t like it. I don’t like it very much.

I quite like it.

I hate it.

It’s all right.

It’s terrible / awful.

 How do you like Dixieland?


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I’m crazy about it.

It’s OK.

I hate it.

It’s great.

It’s all right.

I can’t stand it.

It’s super.

It’s not bad.

I don’t like it.

It’s fantastic.

It’s awful.

It’s terrific.

It’s terrible.

It’s excellent.

Vocabulary a. Directions: Look at the list of things then marks your own likes and dislikes with a check ( ). Then ask your partner and mark his/her likes and dislike with an “ ” love/ be crazy about

like

O.K.

not (like)

not (like)

hate/

very much

at all

can’t stand

Tennis Watching TV Dancing Seeing movies Foreign food Mathematics Studying English b. Directions: Look at the words below. Then put the words into the correct categories. Music

Sports

Movies

Food


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What kind of ……………. do you like? jazz

musical

classical pop

rhythm and blue horror

Science-fiction

easy listening

action

French

volleyball

rock ‘n’ roll

love stories

baseball

Japanese

hockey

westerns

Chinese

soccer

basketball

comedy

I-san

swimming

c. Directions: Look at the emotion icons below and match the words in the box to the correct emotion icon.


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Practice A. Directions: You are talking to a visitor. Fill in the gap with the words given in the box and practice this dialog with your partner. A: And how do you like it here? They’re nice

B: _____________________. I really enjoy myself.

It’s delicious

A: That’s good. And what about the food? Do you like it?

I love it

B: _____________________. I love spicy food.

It’s all right.

A: Do you? And how do you like the people here?

I don’t like it

B: _____________________. They’re very friendly.

It’s too spicy

A: And how do you like the hotel? B: Actually, _____________________. I’m afraid it’s too noisy. A: Oh, is it? What about the weather? How are you enjoying it here? B: Well, _____________________. I can stand hot weather. B. Directions: Write following words into people’s activities using “like” or “dislike”.














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1. He __________ cleaning.

6. He ___________ riding a bike.

2. They ___________ dancing.

7. She ___________ swimming.

3. She __________ shopping.

8. He ___________ taking a walk.

4. He __________ playing tennis.

9. She ____________ drawing a picture.

5. She ___________ reading books.

10. They ____________ running.

Language in Action Directions: Make a conversation by using these words to make more conversation with a partner. A: What do you think of this camera? B: (1) _______. I like the way it can give you a picture immediately. A: Yes, that’s true, but the camera is (2)______. I think (3) ________. B: Take a photo of me. A: Right. Say “cheese”. Now wait a minute for the picture. B: Oh, (4) _________. A: Let me see. (5) ____________. Conversation 1

Conversation 2

Conversation 3

1. It’s beautiful

1. I like it very much

1. It’s very nice

2. too expensive

2. big

2. too old.

3. It’s quite small

3. It’s quite heavy

3. It’s not very good

4. It’s very nice

4. It’s terrible

4. I like it.

5. I like it very much.

5. I don’t like it.

5. It’s really good


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Reading Read these postcards.

Dear Richard, Greeting from Acapulco! I’m having a great time! Yesterday I went on a tour of the city, and today I went shopping. I bought some beautiful jewelry. Oh, and last night, I heard some Mariachi singers on the street. They were terrific. That’s all for now Love,

Roy

Dear Paula,

I can’t believe my trip is over. I arrived in Egypt just two weeks ago! I was with a group from the university. We went to the desert to dig in some old ruins. I didn’t find anything, but I learned a lot. I’m tired, but I loved every minute of my trip. Take care, Mary

Hi, Luis! My Hawaiian vacation just ended, and I am very relaxed! I spent my whole vacation at a spa in Koloa, Kauai. Every day for a week I exercised, did yoga, meditated, and ate vegetarian food. I also went swimming and snorkeling. I feel fantastic! Love, Susan

Dear David, Alaska is terrific! I was just on a trip in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. There were five people on the trip. We hiked for seven days. Then we took rafts to the Arctic Ocean. I saw a lot of wildlife. Now I’m going to Anchorage. See you in two weeks! Bob


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 4. Susan got a lot of exercise.

 2. Bob enjoyed his vacation.

 5. Mary spent her vacation alone.

 3. Roy enjoyed listening Mariachi songs

 6. Bob didn’t like Alaska.

GRAMMAR FOCUS  We use verbs “like” and “dislike” with verb adding –ing (V-ing) Changing verb to –ing form : cook – cooking, play – playing, read – reading Verb ending with /e/ delete /ed/ and add –ing: write – writing, dance – dancing Some verbs with one consonant follows with one vowel and ending with another one consonant, the last consonant would be added before adding –ing: get – getting, swim – swimming, run – running  Question and Negative Verb (Do, Does)

Questions

Replies

Do

you like getting up early?

Yes, I do/ No, I don’t.

Do

we like swimming?

Yes, we do/ No, we don’t.

Does

she like cooking at home?

Yes, she does/ No, she doesn’t.

Does

he like driving to work?

Yes, he does/ No, he doesn’t.

Exercise Directions: Read the sentences and choose the answer by underlining the correct word. 1. He likes (go / going) to the gym. 2. Mary likes (garden / gardening) every weekends. 3. My brother dislikes (cooking / cook) at home. 4. She (likes/ dislikes) playing tennis because she can’t play it very well. 5. My grandmother (likes/ dislikes) watching TV. She likes the game show very much. 6. Susan dislikes (getting up/ get up) early in the morning. 7. I like (playing/ play) football with friends after school. 8. Daniel dislikes (eat / eating) vegetable. 9. John (likes / dislikes) driving to work. He’s just a new car and he likes it very much. 10. Richard likes (take / taking) a photograph. He’s a photographer.


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COURSE SYLLABUS FOR UNIT 4

ASKING FOR PLACES AND DIRECTIONS Contents -

Warm-Up Activity

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Conversation o Asking where things are outside

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Vocabulary o Places o Preposition of Place and Directions

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Practice

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Language in Action

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Reading

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Grammar Focus

Objectives To complete this unit, the students will be able to 1. know the vocabulary of places. 2. identify preposition of places used in telling directions. 3. use expression of telling directions and places appropriately. 4. understand the explanation of places and direction.

Teaching Activities During the teaching and learning, the students will participate in -

practicing English conversation in different situations

-

studying the vocabulary about places and preposition of place

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answering question from reading short passage

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describing the directions and places.


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Teaching Materials -

Power point presentation

-

CD Audio

Assessment 1. Formative Evaluation - The students can speak out the conversation correctly - The students can pronounce the vocabulary correctly - The students can practice short dialogs appropriately 2. Summative Evaluation - The students can do the exercises correctly - The students can complete the worksheet correctly


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UNIT 4

ASKING FOR PLACES AND DIRECTIONS

Warm-Up a. Talk about the picture with your partner. - Who are the people?

- What can you see?

- What are they doing? b. When you go shopping in town, how do you travel?  by bus

 by car

 on foot

 by motorcycle

Conversation a. Listen and read. Dorothy:

Excuse me. Is there a petrol station near here?

Man:

Yes, there’s an ESSO on Third Avenue.

Dorothy:

Great! Can you show me how to get there?

Man:

Certainly. Now we’re here on First Street. Go straight ahead, and turn left at the traffic lights onto Main Street.

Dorothy:

Er….OK.

Man:

Then drive along the Main Street until you come to the T-junction and turn right.

Dorothy:

The T-junction and turn right, aha..and?

Man:

You can drive along for about 500 meters. The petrol station is on your left next to the Shopping Mall on the Third Avenue.

Dorothy:

Er…OK. So it’s opposite the train station?

Language Box Is there a petrol station near here? Can you show me how can I get there? Go straight ahead. Turn left at the traffic lights. Drive along until you come to the T-junction


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Man:

Yes, that’s right. It is the nearest petrol station where you can get there within 10 minutes.

Dorothy:

Thanks a lot.

b. Listen and read. Larry:

Uh, excuse me. I’m trying to find the post office. How can I get there?

Woman:

The post office? Let’s see now. Oh, yes. You go straight down this street to the corner. Ture left and go one block until you come to Second Street. Go right on Second Street. It’s on the right side of the street just past the grocery store. You can’t miss it.

Larry:

I see. Straight to the corner. Left and then right.

Woman:

That’s it.

Larry:

Thank you very much.

Woman:

Not at all.

Asking where things are outside  Excuse me. Do you know where the theatre is? Would Could you tell me  Sorry, I don’t know. / I’m not sure. Sure, it’s down this street on the right.


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Vocabulary a. Directions: Match each name with a place in the picture.

1. Kindergarten

2. Hospital

6. Wedding shop

3. Museum

4. Post office

5. Furniture shop

7. Amusement park

8. Gas station

9. Library

10. Pharmacy

11. Town Hall 12. Bus stop

13.Concert Hall

14. Cemetery

15. Pub

l6. Hairdressers

17. Airport

18. Radio station

19. Butcher’s

20. Zoo

22. Cinema

23. Jeweler’s

24. Railway station

25. Ice cream parlor

26. Police station

27. Church

28. Casino

29. Greengrocer’s

30. TV station

31. Seaport

32.Park

33. Pizza restaurant

34. Fire station

35. Cobber

21. Gallery


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b. Directions: Look at the picture and its name again then match the name to its description. It is a place where……. a. _____ wild animals are housed for exhibition. b. _____ people gamble by playing card games. c. _____ planes arrive and leave. d. _____ you can buy meat. e. _____ you can have your shoes repaired f. _____ valuable objects are kept, people can go to see them. g. _____ Christians go to in order to worship. h. _____ people are waiting for buses. i. _____ medicines are prepared and sold. j. _____ for the broadcasting radio programs. k. _____ works of art are exhibited. l. _____ sells gasoline. c. Directions: Look at the picture and fill in the words given in the box. next to

opposite

near

behind

in front of

on

between

corner

past

before

left

right

1. The Snack Bar is _____________ the School and the Hospital. 2. The Park is ___________ Park Road. 3. The police station is just __________ the Baker’s. 4. The Barber Shop is __________ the Post Office. 5. The Bookstore is __________ the Cinema. 6. The Bank is just ___________ the Petrol Station. 7. The Library is on the __________ of Park Road and Lime Street. 8. There is a bus stop ____________ the Church. 9. There are tennis courts ___________ the Park. 10. Turn ________ into London Street and the Florist’s is __________ the Bookstore


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Hospita

Library

*You are here

Bookstore

Drugstore Museum Barber Shop

Bus Stop

Practice A. Directions: Listen to Aran from Thailand talking about his life at the University of California. Then answer the questions. (Tape script 2) 1. Does he live on campus? ________________________________________________ 2. How does he get to his college? __________________________________________ 3. How long does it take? _________________________________________________ 4. What is near his house? ________________________________________________ 5. Does his college on Howard Avenue? _____________________________________


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B. Directions: Listen again and draw Aran’s route to the college on the map.

C. Directions: Follow the directions and fill in the name of each place into the box.

Coffee Shop


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a. The Grand Hotel is on Maple Street on the right. It is next to the gas station. b. Go along Maple Street and turn left at the T- junction and turn left again onto Wind Road. Go for about 100 meters. The Burger Shop is on your right. c. Walk along Maple Street until you come to the crossroad then turn left. The City Hall is on your right. It is opposite the City Monument. d. The Movie Theater is on Sunny Street opposite the Coffee Shop. e. Go down Maple Street and turn right at the gas station. The High School is on your left. It is in front of the Rock Mountain. D. Directions: Look at the picture then answer the question by writing the direction of each place.

SHOPS IN DOWNTOWN


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1. Where is the Restaurant? ____________________________________________________ 2. Where is the Shoes Shop? ___________________________________________________ 3. Where is the Supermarket? __________________________________________________ 4. Where is the Library? _______________________________________________________ 5. Where is the Gem? ________________________________________________________ 6. Where is the Florist’s? ______________________________________________________ 7. Where is the Bookstore? ____________________________________________________ 8. Where is the Bus Station? ___________________________________________________

Language in Action A. Directions: Work in pair. Look at these maps and ask your partner questions about how to get to the places given above the map and fill in the missing place on the map. Student A : Your city is not complete, ask for directions and find out the following places:

Missing Places 1. Central Graveyard 2. Post Office 3. Music Shop

4. 5. 6. 7.

Police Station Fit Gym Restaurant City Theater

8. Art Museum 9. Sportive Stadium 10. Flower Shop 11. Bank Boston


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Student B : Your city is not complete, ask for directions and find out the following places: 4. 5. 6. 7.

Missing Places 1. Church 2. Central Hospital 3. Phone Booth

Action Movies Elementary School Twin Pines Shopping Mall LAN House

8. Grand Hotel 9. Toys Factory 10. Bus Station 11. Central Airport

B. Directions: Think of a place you go to a lot ( for example, school, shopping center‌) How do you get there? Draw a simple map, but do not mark the route. Give your map to your partner and describe your route. Can your partner draw the correct route on your map? Example: School

PARK

Cinema SP Mart

Bookstore

Train Station

To get to school, I take a train and then I walk. It takes around half an hour. When I leave the station, I walk along until I come to the cross road then I turn left and turn right at the SP Mart. My school is on my left near the Park.


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Reading Directions: Read Simpson’s letter to Adam. Put an X on the map to show the location of Simpson’s Party. Dear Adam, Please come to my birthday party next Saturday. Hare are directions to my party location. You can take a bus to the Public Library. Next to the library is a gas station. Go long Main Street and go past the post office. Turn right onto Second Street. Go straight ahead and turn right onto Pine Street (there’s a park and a city monument on your right). Turn left to Maple Avenue and you will see King Plaza Hotel is on your right. My party is at the building number 13, just past the Rosa’s Restaurant on your left. The party starts at seven o’clock. Good luck Simpson (P.S. my cell phone number is 993-724-8456)

Work with your partner and correct the sentences. 1. It’s Simpson’s birthday next Sunday.

2. The library is behind the gas station.

3. The post office is on First Avenue.

4. There’s a park on Maple Avenue.

5. Simpson’s party is at the building

6. The party starts at 8 o’clock.

number 12


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GRAMMAR FOCUS  Asking for and Giving Directions How do I get

to the post office? There?

Excuse me. Is there a bank near here? Excuse me. Are there any hotels near the station? Excuse me. Where’s the train station, please?

Go straight ahead.

Turn left/ right at the station.

Go along West Road.

onto Queen Street.

Go past the bookstore. It’s on Park Avenue.

It’s on the left/ right.

It’s on the corner.

It’s near the library.

Exercises a. Complete the conversation. A: Excuse me. Is there a bank _______ here? B: Yes, there is. It’s ______ Second Avenue. A: Great! How do I get there? B: Go ________ ahead and turn right ______the supermarket. Go ________ Main Street, and then turn left _______ Park Avenue. The bank is ______ the corner. b. Complete the conversation with these phrases. go past

go along

at the post office

get to

on the right

A: Excuse me. How do I _____________ the library, please? B: I think the library is on Main Street. You can ___________ East Road and turn right ________________. Then ______________ the drugstore and it is _________________. A: Thanks a lot!


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COURSE SYLLABUS FOR UNIT 5

SHOPPING AND HAVING DINNER Contents -

Warm-Up Activity

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Conversation o Shopping o At a restaurant o Asking about the cost o Identifying things o Taking order

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Vocabulary o Stores and places o Products o Food and Drinks

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Practice

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Language in Action

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Reading

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Grammar Focus

Objectives To complete this unit, the students will be able to 1. know the vocabulary of products and stores 2. make a conversation about buying and selling things 3. know the expression used in making an order 4. understand how to use “how much” and “ how many”

Teaching Activities During the teaching and learning, the students will participate in -

practicing English conversation in different situations

-

studying the vocabulary about products and stores


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answering question from reading short passage

Teaching Materials -

Power point presentation

-

CD Audio

-

Worksheet

-

Menu

Assessment 1. Formative Evaluation - The students can speak out the conversation correctly - The students can pronounce the vocabulary correctly - The students can practice short dialogs appropriately 2. Summative Evaluation - The students can do the exercises correctly - The students can complete the worksheet correctly


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UNIT 5

SHOPPING AND HAVING DINNER

Warm-Up a. Talk about the picture A and B with your partner. - What can you see?

- Where are these people

-A-

b. Do you like to go shopping?

- What are they doing? -B-

Do you like to have meal at the restaurant?

 Yes, I love it.  It’s OK.  No, I hate it!  Yes, I love it.  It’s OK.  No, I hate it!

Conversation 1: Shopping a. Listen and Read Lisa : Excuse me. Can I see that bag, please? Man: Which one? The pink one? Lisa:

Yes, how much is it?

Man: It’s $89. It’s made of genuine leather. Do you like it? Lisa:

Yes, I like it. But….it’s expensive.

Man: OK. Well, how about this bag? It’s very popular. Lisa:

How much is it?


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Man: It’s $25. Do you want to buy it? Lisa:

No, thanks. I don’t like the color. Oh, how much are those shoes? They’re great!

Man: They’re from Italy. They’re $59. Lisa:

$ 59? No, thanks. How about those slippers?

Man: They’re on sale only $ 29. Lisa:

Hmm. I like them, but I can only pay $20. Is that OK? It’s all I have.

Man:

Er…well…all right, then. I guess you can have them for $20.

Lisa:

Thank. Oh, do you have change for a $50 bill?

Conversation 2: At a Restaurant a. Listen and read Waiter: Good afternoon, madam. May I help you? Maria: Good afternoon. I’d like a table for two, please. Waiter: Please come this way, madam…..Here’s your seat and the menu. Maria: Thank you. What are you going to have, Helen? Helen: Just a cheeseburger and French fries. What about you? Maria: I’ll have salmon steak with French salad. I guess we’re ready to order, then. Waiter! Excuse me, waiter! Waiter: May I take your order? Helen: Yes, I’ll have a cheeseburger and French fries, please. Waiter: And what about you, madam? Maria: I’ll have salmon steak with French salad. Waiter: And what would you like to drink with your meal, madam? Helen: Just some water, please. Waiter: OK. There are cheeseburger with French fries and salmon steak with French salad. Would you like anything else? Shall I bring you some coffee? Maria: Not right now, thank you.


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GIVE IT A TRY! a. Look at these pictures and choose what the woman bought from this shop. Use the information from conversation 1. A.

B.

C.

D.

E.

b. Look at these pictures and choose what the women didn’t order for their meal. Use the information from conversation 2. A.

B.

C.

D.

E.

Asking about the cost  How much is that bag?

It is $85.

 How much are those shoes?

They are $25 each / per pair.

Identifying things

Taking order

 Which one?

 May I take an order?

I’ll have …(food)…, please.

 Which one would you like to buy?  Would you like anything else?  The pink one?

Not right now, thanks. / That’s all, thanks.


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Vocabulary A. Directions: Look at the picture of many stores and places in the Shopping Mall and write the name of each store and place to the correct picture. Parking lot Stairs Hairdresser´s Toy store Beachwear Video arcade Optician´s Shoe store Clothes store Music store Candy store Coffee shop Book store Sports store Fast food area Elevator Hanging out Movie Theater Ice cream parlor


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b. Directions: Match the name in the box below to its correct picture. __Belt

__Blouse __Camera

__Earphone

__Gloves

__Sunglasses

__Skirt

1

5

9

13

17

__ Jacket

__ Cell phone __Suitcase

2

__Jeans

__DVD player

__MP3 player

__Umbrella

__Radio

__Scarf

7

10

11

__Watch

18

__Backpack

4

8

12

15

14

__Rings

3

6

__bracelet

16

19

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c. Directions: Read these conversations and choose the correct picture. 1. A: What would you like to order, sir?

a)

b)

B: I’ll have a mushroom soup with bread, please.

c)


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2. A: May I take your order?

a)

B: Yes, I’ll have a spaghetti and coca-cola, please.

b)

c)

3. A: What would you like to drink?

a)

B: I’d like a glass of orange juice, please.

b)

c)

4. A: Would you like anything else?

a)

B: Yes, I’d like an ice cream, please.

b)

c)

Practice A. Directions: Listen to three customers in a store ask for information. Write 1-3 B.

A. ____

B. ____

Item

C. ____

Price

1.

$

2.

$

3.

$


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C. Directions: Study these two conversations between the waiter and guests. Put the sentences in the correct order to make the conversation. Then practice with your partner. Conversation 1 Guest: _____ I’m afraid I’m full. Waiter: _____ Would you like to see the dessert menu? Waiter: _____ How was the fish, sir? Waiter: _____ Can I get you a coffee? Guest: _____ Very good. Guest: _____ Just an espresso, please. Oh, and the bill. Conversation 2 Waiter: _____ It’s a light cake with chocolate, biscuit, and cream. Guest1 :_____ Oh, just something light, what can you recommend? Waiter: _____ Would you like a dessert, madam? Waiter: _____ And for you, sir? Guest1: _____ The fruit salad sounds fine. Guest2: _____ What’s tiramisu? Waiter: _____ How about the fresh fruit salad or some ice cream? Guest2: _____ OK, I’ll try that.

Language in Action A. Directions: Study this conversation between the customer and the waitress and fill in the blank with suitable word. Waiter: Excuse me. May I take your (1)_______? Customer: Yes, I’ll (2) ______ a small salad with French dressing, please. Waiter: What would you like to drink with your meal? Customer: Just some (3)_____, please. Customer: Waiter! Bill, please.

order

have

drink

water

$45.25

credit card

changes

$55.25

steak


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Waiter: It’s (4) ______. What would you like to pay? Cash or credit card? Customer: Cash, please. Here’s $50. Waiter: Thank you…..Here’s your (5)_______. B. Directions: Practice the above conversation again with your partner by choosing one of these menus to make a conversation.

SANDWICHES: BURGERS:

Ham and cheese…………………………………….$ 5

Veggie burger…………………………………….$ 5

Tuna on rye…………………..…………………….…..$7

Turkey burger……………………………….…..$7

Vegetarrean..…………………………………………..$6

Pork burger………………………………………..$6

Smoked Turkey………………………………………..$ 9

Chicken de luxe………………………..……$7,50 Ham and cheese…………………..………..$8,20

DESSERTS: Peach pie…………………………………………………..$ 2

SIDE DISHES:

Ice cream…..……………………………..………………$ 4

French Best Songfries……………………………………..$ 2 Spring salad………………………………………$ 4

Muffins……….….………………………..…….……..$ 1,50

Onion rings………………………………………..$ 1,50

Doughnuts………………………………………………..$3

DRINKS:

DRINKS:

Coffee . . . . ………………………………... .$1.00

Beer……..… . …………………………………….... .$5.50

Milk . . . . ……………………………….. . . . $1.25

Mineral water. ……………………………. . . . $7.25

Juice ……………………………….. . . . . . . $1.50

Juice ……………………………….. . . ……… . . . $1.50

Cola …………………………………. . . . . . . .$1.00

Cola …………………………………. . . . . ……… . .$1.00

C. Directions: Use these words to make conversations. Conversation 1

Conversation 2

Conversation 3

1. shoes

1. sunglasses

1. scarf

2. $ 66

2. $ 49

2. $ 19

3. Italy

3. the U.S.

3. Thailand

4. red shirt

4. radio

4. gloves

5. $ 39.50

5. $ 30

5. $ 54

A: Excuse me. How much are those (1) _____?


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B: They’re (2) _____. They’re very popular. They’re from (3)_____. A: Oh, yes? And what about that (4)_____? How much is that? B: It’s (5) ______. It’s very good. Here, take a look.

Reading A. Directions: Read this conversation between Mr. and Mrs. Robinson. They are deciding what to buy at the supermarket. Check  the things they need on the shopping list below. Husband: Wife: Husband: Wife: Husband: Wife: Husband: Wife: Husband: Wife: Husband: Wife: Husband: Wife: Husband: Wife: Husband: Wife:

I’m going to the bank. Do you want me to stop at the supermarket on my way back? Good idea. What do you need? Let me check the refrigerator. Hmm.. we haven’t got any bread for one thing. So we need a loaf of bread. Yeah, but get whole wheat bread. I don’t like that thin white stuff. OK. What about butter? No, we’ve got enough. Vegetables? Well, we’ve got plenty of potatoes and cucumbers, but we don���t have any tomatoes. Tomatoes. Anything else? Cabbage, lettuce? You’d better get some lettuce, too. What about fruit? We’ve got some oranges, but we don’t have any apples. You’d better put them down, too. Do we need any eggs? Yeah, we need a dozen of eggs and milk, too. OK. A dozen of eggs and a gallon of milk, right? Yes, that’s all.

SHOPPING LIST Bread white  whole wheat  Dairy products eggs  milk  butter 

Vegetable potatoes cucumbers tomatoes lettuce cabbage Fruit oranges apples

      


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GRAMMAR FOCUS 

We use How much is….? for singular nouns and How much are….? for plural nouns. How much is

this jacket? that camera?

It’s $ 25. / It’s 35.99. 

How much are these shoes? those jeans? They’re $ 49.50. / They’re $ 25.

We use this/ that for singular nouns This is my cell phone. Is this your cell phone? That is our car. Is that Kevin’s car?



We use these/ those for plural nouns These are my shoes. Are these your shoes? Those are my earrings. Are those your earrings?

 

We use this / these for stating something that are near the speaker. We use that / those for stating something that are away from the speaker.



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This / These

Exercise Directions: Underline the correct answers. 1. Are those / that your new sunglasses? They’re great! 2. This / These is my new jacket. Do you like it? 3. Is that / those pizza for me? 4. This / These cheeseburgers is yours. 5. I think these / this cell phone is expensive.

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COURSE SYLLABUS FOR UNIT 6

MAKING AN INVITATION Contents -

Warm-Up Activity

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Conversation o Informal invitations: accepting o Informal invitations: declining o Beginning an invitation o Suggesting another time o Setting the time and place

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Vocabulary o Sports and Activities

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Practice

-

Language in Action

-

Reading

-

Grammar Focus

Objectives To complete this unit, the students will be able to 1. know the vocabulary of sports and activities 2. make a conversation about invitation 3. know the expression used in making an invitation 4. understand how to accept or decline the invitation

Teaching Activities During the teaching and learning, the students will participate in -

practicing English conversation in different situations

-

studying the vocabulary about sports and different activities

-

answering question from reading short passage


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Teaching Materials -

Power point presentation

-

CD Audio

-

Worksheet

-

Picture Cards

Assessment 1. Formative Evaluation - The students can speak out the conversation correctly - The students can pronounce the vocabulary correctly - The students can practice short dialogs appropriately 2. Summative Evaluation - The students can do the exercises correctly - The students can complete the worksheet correctly


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UNIT 6

MAKING AN INVITATION

Warm-Up a. Talk about pictures with your partner. - What you can see?

- What are they doing?

- Where are they talking about?

Conversation a. Listen and read. Linda: Sean: Linda: Sean: Linda: Sean: Linda: Sean: Linda: Sean: Linda: Sean: Linda: Sean:

Hello. Hi, Linda. It’s me. Sean. Oh, hi Sean. How’re you doing? Oh, not bad. Say, are you doing anything Saturday night? No, nothing special. Why? Well, do you feel like going to that new disco? Oh, that’s a terrific idea. Great. What about having a pizza first? Sure, why not? Where do you want to meet? Why don’t I pick you up at your house? OK. What time? Is seven o’clock OK? Fine. Well, see you at seven. Right. So long for now. Bye.

b. Listen and read. Tony: Anna: Tony: Anna:

Hello, Anna. I’m Tony. What are you doing tonight? Would you like to go out? Hi, Tony. I’m sorry, I can’t. I’m going to work late tonight. I have to finish this report. Well, how about tomorrow night? Are you doing anything then? No, I’m not. What are you planning to do?


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Tony: Anna: Tony: Anna:

I’m going to see a concert. Would you like to come? Sure, I’d love to! But let me pay for the tickets this time. It’s my turn. All right, thanks. See you tomorrow at 8 o’clock, OK? Sure, see you. Bye.

A. Informal invitations: accepting  Do you feel like going to that new disco What about How  Oh. That’s a terrific idea. Sure, why not? Great OK. What time? I’d love to.

Saturday? tonight?

B. Informal invitations: declining  Do you want to have lunch together tomorrow? Would like  I’m sorry, (I can’t) I’d love to but I have to meet my friend. I’ve got to C. Beginning an invitation  Say, are you doing anything Saturday night?  No, nothing special. Why?  Oh, I was going to invite you to a party. not much  Oh, I I’m meeting a friend. Why?  Well, what about going to a party?  Oh, I’m really sorry. I can’t go. D. Suggesting another time  Oh, I’m really sorry. I can’t make it.  Well, how about Friday then?

 OK. Maybe we can do it some other time.

E. Setting the time and place  Where do you want to meet?  Great. What time?

 Why don’t we meet at the cinema?  How about meeting at 7 o’clock.  Let’s meet at 6.00.


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Vocabulary a. Directions: Write the activity word into the correct picture BOWLING SCUBA DIVING JOGGING HUNTING BASKETBALL FISHING GOLF TENNIS PARACHUTING AEROBICS HORSE RIDING ICE SKATING RUGBY SKIING CYCLING RUNNING FOOTBALL EXERCISING SWIMMING CLIMBING YOGA BASEBALL KARATE HOCKEY HIKING


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Practice A. Directions: Read this conversation and fill in the blank with the suitable words given in to box. 1. A: Hi, Susan. I’m Tim. B: Oh, Hi, Tim. How’re you (1)______? doing

anything

good

A: Very (2) ______. Say, are you doing (3) _______ tonight? Why

would

see

B: Not really. (4) _____? A: (5) _____ you like to (6) ______ a movie? B: That’s sound great! ******************************* 2. A: Hello. Can I (1)_______to Jane, please? B: Speaking. A: Oh, hi Jane. It’s Dave. Are you (2)_______ anything this afternoon? B: No, nothing (3) ________. Why? Let’s

special

doing

like

sorry

love

A: Would you (4) _______ to play tennis with me? B: I’d (5) ______ to. What time? A: (6) ______ meet at 3 p.m. ********************************* 3. A: Say, are you doing anything (1) ________ night? B: Yes, I’m going to my uncle’s house. Why?

A: What (2) _______ Friday night? Are you doing anything (3) ________? B: Oh, I’m (4) ________. I’ve got to have dinner with my friend. A: Well, (5) _________ some other time. Sure

Thursday

then

about

maybe

sorry

B: (6) _______


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Language in Action A. Directions: Work in pair. Invite your partner to go out with you. Student A A: Hello. B: --------- ? A: Speaking. B: ----------. -------------. A: Oh, hello, ---(first name)---. How are you? B: ------------------------. A: Oh, I’d really like to. What time should we meet? B: -----------------------? A: Could we make it at seven-thirty? B: -----------------------? A: Where would you like to meet? B: ------------------------? A: That would be fine. Well, see you next Friday then. B: ----------------.---------------. A: Bye.

ACTIVITIES

Student B A: -------------. B: Could I speak to ---(name)---please? A: ------------B: Oh, hello, ---(name)---. This is –(full name)--. A: ------------? B: Just fine thanks. Uh, --(first name)---, I was wondering if you’d like to go to Roger’s new restaurant next Friday? A: -------------? B: Is seven o’clock OK? A: -------------? B: Yeah, seven-thirty’s fine. A: -------------? B: Could we meet at the restaurant? A: --------------. B: Right. Bye. A: ---------------.

B. Directions: Change the activity by choosing pictures above to make an invitation conversation. Then practice with your partner.


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Reading Directions: Read this article. Then look at these sentences. Check  the things you can say to keep phone calls short.

___ 1. I’m glad you feel better. What can I do for you? ___ 2. I have to go now. Good-bye. ___ 3. Hi. How are things? ___ 4. I need to get off the phone now. There’s someone at the door. ___ 5. So, what else is new? ___ 6. No, I’m not busy right now. ___ 7. I’m sorry to call you at dinnertime, but I have just one question. ___ 8. I only have three minutes before I have to leave.


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GRAMMAR FOCUS Future with Present Continuous and be going to  With Present Continuous

What are you doing tonight?

I’m going to a movie theater.

Are you doing anything tomorrow night?

No, I’m not.

We use the present continuous to talk about arrangements in the future; the things you write in a dairy or you have planed to do.

 With Be going to + Verb

What is she going to do tonight?

She’s going to work late.

Are they going to see a musical tonight?

Yes, they are.

We use Be going to for talking about a planned future action

Exercise A. Directions: Complete the invitations in column A with the present continuous used as future. And Complete the responses in column B with be going to. -A-

-B-

1. What _______you ________(do) tomorrow? Would you like to go out?

a. Well, my father ________________ (visit) my brother at college. But my mother and I ____________ (be) home. We’d love to come!

2. _______ you ________(do) anything on Saturday night? Do you want to see a movie?

b. Sorry, I can’t. I _____________(work) overtime. How about Saturday?

3. We ______________(have) friends over for a barbecue on Sunday. Would you and your parents like to come?

c. Can we go to a late show? I ________ (stay) at the office till 7.00. After that I __________(go) to the gym.

B. Directions: Match the invitations in column A with the responses in column B. Then practice with your partner.


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TAPE SCRIPT UNIT 2 PRACTICE B. (page 12) Sandra = S

Lisa = L

S:

Great party. Lisa. I love your hair- it’s so blond.

L:

Thank you. Glad you like it. Hey, do you know everyone?

S:

No. Who’s that over there?

L:

Do you mean the tall girl with straight black hair? That’s Ratana.

S:

No, I mean the short guy with long blond hair. He’s talking to her.

L:

Oh, that’s Robert. He’s my best friend. We study in the same class.

S:

Oh, yeah. What’s he like?

L:

Well, he’s fairly shy, but he’s very kind. I like him a lot.

S:

I see. Hey, what about him? Fairly tall with curly red hair. He’s dancing with Kate.

L:

That’s Ken. He’s my brother!

S:

Interesting….So, what’s he like?

L:

He’s outgoing, I guess, but he’s very lazy. I don’t think you…Sandra? Sandra..Come back here!

UNIT 4 PRACTICE A-B. (page 28) Interviewer = I

Aran = A

I:

Aran, you’re from Thailand, right?

A:

Yes. But I’m a student here at the University of California.

I:

OK. Do you like on campus?

A:

No, I don’t. I live in an apartment with friends. It’s cheap.

I:

So, how do you get to college? Do you take a bus?


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A:

No, I live in the city. The campus is fairly near, so I walk.

I:

That’s good. You’re lucky! What route do you take?

A: There’s a drugstore near my home. I turn left there onto First Street, and then go past the park. I:

Oh, yes. I know it.

A: At the library I turn right onto Howard Avenue and go straight ahead, and then there’s small supermarket on the corner. I turn left there and the college is on the right. I:

How long does it take?

A:

Around five minutes!

UNIT 5 PRACTICE A-B. (page 40) Customer = C

Clerk = Cl

1.

3.

C:

Excuse me.

Cl:

Good afternoon.

Cl:

Yes?

C:

Hello. I want to buy a present for

C:

How much are these jeans?

Cl:

They’re $34.99.

C:

Thanks. What about those jeans, over there? C:

How much are those earrings in

Cl:

They’re $34.99, too.

the window next to that necklace?

C:

Hmm. OK. Thanks.

my wife. Cl:

Cl:

2.

Oh, yes?

These? Hmm..They’re $89. Here you are.

C:

Hi. Do you have the new Elton John CD?

C:

They’re beautiful!

Cl:

Yes, we do.

Cl:

Yes, they are. Do you….

C:

Great. How much is it?

Cl:

It’s $14.99. Do you want to listen to it?

C:

Sure.


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