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  • Group 4.Bui Bich PhuongTran Thi Hoai PhuongDo Thi Nham
  • - 2 teams A and B join in the game.- Each team discusses within 1 minutes and list thenames of sea animals.- After discussion, 2 representatives will come tostage and play game FACE TO FACE.- Turn by turn, each player gives one word, whostops first will lose, the other will become the winner.
  • Activity 1 WARM-UP
  • What is listening for specific information?  A very common type of listening  Similar to the reading skill of scanning  Thinking about what we need to understand and listening for that information.Ex. Name of an object, telephone number,date, year, etc.
  • How to listen effectively? Read questions quickly before listening and predict what kind of information they need to listen. Underline the key words and find the synonyms of them Use the knowledge to guess the answer the speakers can say. Don’t try to listen for every word, should pay attention to where needed information is and try to catch it
  • Sources 1.
  • Activity 3 LISTENING
  • Exercise 1. Listen to the first part of the videoand fill in the blank ( 1- 6), NO MORE THANTHREE WORDS CORAL REEFS Source:
  • CORAL REEFS1. Coral reefs play an important role not only in the health ofocean and human, but also in 1 ecomony2. Corals look like 2 rocks , but actuallythey’re little animals, called Polyps.3. A kind of 3 algae which lives inside thetissue of each polyp, uses sunlight to synthesize food for polyps.4. Animals that live on the coral reefs can create 4 unique chemicals which are never found on the land.5. Reefs also protect coastal communities from 5 storms and erosion6. Using destructive methods, like 6 poison and blast fishing can disrupt the balance of ecosystem during a very long time.
  • Exercise 2. Listen to the rest of the videoand decide which statement (7-11) is true(T),which is false (F). CORAL REEFS Source:
  • T 7. Coral bleaching, a process where polyps lose their colorful algae and turn pale, is caused by climate changes.F 8. Local activities like over-fishing and pollution cause 16% of all reefs on the planet are already threatened. => 60%F 9. In 2030, 90% of coral reefs will be threatened. => By 2030T 10. Without coral reefs, the coast will be much more vulnerable to storms and erosion.F 11. Reefs are resilient but cannot recover. => Can recover
  • Activity 4 FOLLOW-UP
  • You has 5 minutes to learn quickly thelist of new words on the hand-out Choose one cross and answer thequestion below. 1 correct answer = 100 pearls Team which gains more pearls will bethe winner
  • C R O S S W O R D1 B L A S T2 C R AD L E3 SM O T H E R4 R E S I LI E N T5 V U L N E RA B L E6 R AM P A N T7 B L E A C H8 C O N D E M N
  • This image makes you imagine which word is? /blɑː st/ (n) An explosion or a powerful movement of air caused by an explosion (Vụ nổ)
  • Fill in the blank:Greece, the ___________ of Western Civilization / ˈ kreɪ dl / (n) ~ Of sth: the place where something important began (Cái nôi, nguồn gốc)
  • Which word is this? Able to feel better quickly after something unpleasant such as shock, injury, etc /rɪˈ zɪ liənt / (adj) (Mau phục hồi)
  • Fill in the blankHe __________ the baby with a pillow. /ˈ smʌ ðə(r)/ (v) To ~ sth (in/with sth): to cover sth/sb thickly or with too much of something and to prevent something from developing or being expressed (Bao bọc, phủ đầy, làm chết ngạt)
  • Which word is this? / ˈ vʌ lnərəbl / (adj) ~ To sb/sth: weak and easily hurt physically or emotionally (Dễ bị nguy hiểm, không được bảo vệ)
  • This image makes you imagine which word is? / ˈ ræmpənt/ (adj)  Growing thickly and very fast in a way that cannot be controlled (Mọc um tùm, lan tràn không thể kiểm soát)
  • Which word is this?To ~ sth:to become white or pale by a chemical processor by the effect of light from the sun; to makesomething white or pale in this way /bliː tʃ / (v)   (Bạc màu, tẩy trắng)
  • Which word is this?Its synonym: accuse / kənˈ dem / (v)  ~Sb (to sth) to say what sbs punishment will be (Chỉ trích, lên án, kết tội)
  • Activity 5 EVALUATION