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MINISTRY OF EDUCATION AND
TRAINING
DIEN BIEN EDUCATION AND TRAINING
DEPARTMENT
E-LEARNING LESSON
BASIC ENGLISH 12
UNIT 11: BOOKS
LESSON 1+2: READING (Period 61+62)
Teacher: Hoàng Thị Ngọc Thùy
Email: [email protected]
TUAN GIAO BOARDING ETHNIC MINORITIES HIGH SCHOOL
Dien Bien January, 27th 2014
Warm-up
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Whether or not these verbs match with
the word “ book”?
chew
taste
swallow
access
get
travel
work
digest
contain
exist
can
touch
need
see
study
entertain
make
• Vocabulary
Pre-reading
Whilereading
• - Guessing
meanings of words
from the context
- Reading for
specific and
general
information
- Understanding
text structure
• Summarize the
main points
Post-reading
Vocabulary
- chew[t∫u:] (v) : nhai, nghiền ngẫm
I. Pre-reading
•
Vocabulary
- digest ['daidʒest] (v): tiêu hóa,suy ngẫm
- swallow[ˈswɒləʊ] (v): nhai ngấu nghiến,
đọc ngấu nghiến
Vocabulary
I. Pre-reading
•
Vocabulary
- dip into (v): đọc qua loa
- taste[teist] (v): nếm, đọc lướt
- pick up (v): cầm lên
- put down (v): đặt xuống
- reviewer [rɪˈvjuːər](n): nhà phê bình
Vocabulary
- chew[t∫u:] (v) : nhai, nghiền ngẫm
I. Pre-reading
•
Vocabulary
- digest ['daidʒest] (v): tiêu hóa,suy ngẫm
- swallow[ˈswɒləʊ] (v): nhai ngấu nghiến,
đọc ngấu nghiến
- dip into (v): đọc qua loa
- taste[teist] (v): nếm, đọc lướt
- pick up (v): cầm lên
- put down (v): đặt xuống
- reviewer [rɪˈvjuːər](n): nhà phê bình
Read the text and do the task that follow
I. Pre-reading
•
Vocabulary
II. While- reading
On the subject of reading, Francis Bacon, who lived at about the same time
as Shakespeare, wrote these words, “ Some books are to be tasted, others to be
swallowed, and some few to be chewed and digested.” This good advice shows
how it is possible to read different types of books in different ways. For
example, you might pick up a travel book and read a few pages before going to
sleep. It is enough to dip into it and read bits here and there. In a word, this is “
tasting”.
Some stories are for “ swallowing”. Imagine that you have found a good
story, and, what is even more important, the time to enjoy it. You might be on
holiday, or on a long train journey. If it is a good book, you might say, “ It’s so
good I can’t put it down.” But not all stories belong to this class. Reviewers
sometimes describe books as “ hard-to-put-down”, or “ hard-to-pick-up-again.”
Other books are for reading slowly and carefully. If it is a book on a subject
that you are interested in, you will want to “ chew and digest it”. That does not
mean reading it too slowly. When you pick up a book unless you can see from
the first few pages that it is on you can easily read and understand.
Some people think that as more and more people have television in their
homes, fewer and fewer people will buy books to read. Why read when
television can bring you all the information and stories with colour, picture and
action? But, in fact, television has not killed reading. Today, more books of
every kind are sold than ever before. Books are still a cheap way to get
information and entertainment, and you can keep a book forever and read it
many times. Books in the home are a wonderful source of knowledge and
pleasure.
I. Pre-reading
•
Vocabulary
II. While- reading
Task 1: Complete the
sentences using cues
Task 1: Complete the sentences using words given in the box
, give the correct form of word if necessary.
describe
chew
digest
swallow
dip into
source
pleasure
reviewer
1. It is a good book. I think it is interesting enough for
you to _________.
2. If you ________ a book, you have a brief look at it
without reading or studying it seriously.
3. Tommy likes the books that he borrowed from the
school library very much. He has read them with
________.
4. Since their appearance, books are a previous ________
of knowledge and pleasure.
5. The reviewers ________ Mathew's new novel as a new
style of modern science fiction.
6. When a reader reads an interesting book slowly and
carefully, he _____and _____ it
I. Pre-reading
•
Task 1: Complete the sentences using words given in the box
, give the correct form of word if necessary.
describe
chew
digest
swallow
dip into
source
pleasure
reviewer
Vocabulary
II. While- reading
Task 1: Complete the
sentences using cues
Reviewers sometimes describe books as “ hard-to-putdown”, or “ hard-to-pick-up-again.”
describe Mathew's new novel
5. The reviewers ________
as a new style of modern science fiction.
Task 1: Complete the sentence below by using words
given in the box, give the correct form of words if
necessary.
describe chew
dip into source
digest
swallow
pleasure reviewer
It is a good book. I think it is interesting enough for you to
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describe chew
dip into source
If you
digest
swallow
pleasure reviewer
a book, you have a brief look at it
without reading or studying it seriously.
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Task 1: Complete the sentence below by using words
given in the box, give the correct form of words if
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describe
chew
digest
swallow
dip into
source
pleasure
reviewer
Tommy likes the books that he borrowed from library school
.
very much. He has read them with
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Task 1: Complete the sentence below by using words
given in the box, give the correct form of words if
necessary.
describe chew
digest
swallow
dip into
source
pleasure
reviewer
Since their appearance, books are previous
of knowledge and pleasure.
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Task 1: Complete the sentence below by using words
given in the box, give the correct form of words if
necessary.
describe
chew
digest
swallow
dip into
source
pleasure
reviewer
When a reader reads an interesting book slowly and carefully, he
and
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describe
chew
digest
swallow
I. Pre-reading
•
Vocabulary
II. While- reading
Task 1: Complete the
sentences using cues
source
reviewer
dip into
pleasure
1. It is a good book. I think it is interesting enough for
you to _________.
2. If you ________ a book, you have a brief look at it
without reading or studying it seriously.
3. Tommy likes the books that he borrowed from the
school library very much. He has read them with
________.
4. Since their appearance, books are a previous ________
of knowledge and pleasure.
5. The reviewers ________ Mathew's new novel as a new
style of modern science fiction.
6. When a reader reads an interesting book slowly and
carefully, he ______s and _______s it.
Task 2: Decide whether the following statements are True
(T), false (F).
I. Pre-reading
•
Vocabulary
1. Francis Bacon advised you to read different
types of books in the same way
II. While- reading
Task 1: Complete the
sentences using cues
2. When you taste a book you read it carefully
from the beginning to the end
Task 2: Decide T, F
3. You can swallow a book when you find a
good story and have time to enjoy it
4. Books with good stories are often described
as “ hard –to – put – down”
5.Television has replaced books altogether
Task 2: Decide whether the following statements are True
(T), false (F).
I. Pre-reading
•
Vocabulary
1. Francis Bacon advised you to read different
types of books in the same way
II. While- reading
Task 1: Complete the
sentences using cues
Task 2: Decide T, F
On the subject of reading, Francis Bacon , who lived
at about the same time as Shakespeare, wrote these
words, “ Some books are to be tasted, others to be
swallowed, and some few to be chewed and digested.”
This good advice shows how it is possible to read
different types of books in different ways .
Task 2: Decide whether the following statements are True
(T), false (F).
I. Pre-reading
•
Vocabulary
II. While- reading
Task 1: Complete the
sentences using cues
Task 2: Decide T, F
1. Francis Bacon advised you to read different
types of books in the same way
F
different ways
On the subject of reading, Francis Bacon , who lived
at about the same time as Shakespeare, wrote these
words, “ Some books are to be tasted, others to be
swallowed, and some few to be chewed and digested.”
This good advice shows how it is possible to read
different types of books in different ways .
2. When you taste a book you read it carefully
from the beginning to the end.
A) True
B) False
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3. You can swallow a book when you find a good
story and have time to enjoy it.
A) True
B) False
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4. Books with good stories are often described as
" hard-to-put-down".
A) True
B) False
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5. Television has replaced books together.
A) True
B) False
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Task 2: Decide whether the following statements are True
(T), false (F).
I. Pre-reading
•
Vocabulary
II. While- reading
Task 1: Complete the
sentences using cues
1. Francis Bacon advised you to read different
types of books in the same way
different ways
2. When you taste a book you read it carefully
from the beginning to the end
quickly
F
F
Task 2: Decide T, F
3. You can swallow a book when you find a
good story and have time to enjoy it
T
4. Books with good stories are often described
as “ hard –to – put – down”
T
5.Television has replaced books altogether
F
Task 3: Choose the best answer
I. Pre-reading
•
Vocabulary
II. While- reading
Task 1: Complete the
sentences using cues
Task 2: Decide T, F
Task 3: Choose
the best answer
1. How many ways of reading are there
A.1
B.2
C.3
D.4
2. When might you “ swallow” a book
A. When you find a good story and have time to enjoy it.
B. When you go to bed
C. When you are in a long journey
D. When you are interested in a subject
3.What should you do before starting to read a book carefully and slowly ?
A. Be sure that you love it
C. Check that it is not too difficult.
B. Save lots of money to buy it
D. Ask for friends some advices
4.What are the advantages of television over books ?
A. TV is more modern than books.
B.TV can bring you all the information and stories with colour picture and action.
C. TV offers many channels .
D. A&B
5.What are the advantages of books over television ?
A. Books are still a cheap way to get information and entertainment.
B. You can keep books forever
C. You can read them many times.
D. All are correct
Task 3: Choose the best answer
1. How many ways of reading are there?
A.1
B.2
C.3
D.4
I. Pre-reading
•
Vocabulary
II. While- reading
Task 1: Complete the
sentences using cues
Task 2: Decide T, F
Task 3: Choose
the best answer
On the subject of reading, Francis Bacon, who lived at
about the same time as Shakespeare, wrote these
words, “ Some books are to be tasted , others to be
swallowed and some few to be chewed and digested
.” This good advice shows how it is possible to read
different ways.
2. When might you " swallow" a book?
A) When you find a good story and have time to enjoy it.
B) When you go to bed.
C) When you are in a long journey.
D) When you are interested in a subject.
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before continuing
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You answered this correctly!
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3. What should you do before starting to read a
book carefully and slowly?
A)
B)
C)
D)
Be sure that you love it.
Save lots of money to buy it.
Check that it is not difficult.
Ask for friends some advices
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before continuing
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4. What are the advantages of television over
books?
A) TV is more modern than books
B) TV can bring you all the information and stories with colour,
picture, and action.
C) TV offers many channels
D) A & B
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before continuing
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5. What are the advantages of books over
television?
A) Books are still a cheap way to get information and
entertainment.
B) You can keep books forever.
C) You can read them many times.
D) All are correct.
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Task 3: Choose the best answer
I. Pre-reading
•
Vocabulary
II. While- reading
Task 1: Complete the
sentences using cues
Task 2: Decide T, F
Task 3: Choose
the best answer
1. How many ways of reading are there
A.1
B.2
D.4
C.3
2. When might you “ swallow” a book
A. When you find a good story and have time to enjoy it.
B. When you go to bed
C. When you are in a long journey
D. When you are interested in a subject
3.What should you do before starting to read a book carefully and slowly ?
C. Check that it is not too difficult
A. Be sure that you love it
B. Save lots of money to buy it
D. Ask for friends some advices
4.What are the advantages of television over books ?
A. TV is more modern than books.
B.TV can bring you all the information and stories with colour picture and action.
C. TV offers many channels .
D. A&B
5.What are the advantages of books over television ?
A. Books are still a cheap way to get information and entertainment.
B. You can keep books forever
C. You can read them many times.
D. All are correct
Catchphrase game
I. Pre-reading
•
Vocabulary
II. While- reading
Task 1: Complete the
sentences using cues
Task 2: Decide T, F
Task 3: Choose
the best answer
III. Post-reading
?
?
?
Summarize the main points
I. Pre-reading
•
Vocabulary
II. While- reading
Task 1: Complete the
sentences using cues
Task 2: Decide T, F
or NM
Task 3: Choose
the best answer
III. Post-reading
Summarize the main points
I. Pre-reading
•
Vocabulary
II. While- reading
cheap
colour
Task 1: Complete the
sentences using cues
Task 2: Decide T, F
or NM
Task 3: Choose
the best answer
forever
pictures
III. Post-reading
read many
times
action
References:
Software: Adobe Presenter 8, Imindmap 6, Movie Maker.
 Audio: Unit 11_ reading_English 12;
Text book: Basic English 12; Oxford Learner’s Dictionary
(the 7th edition)
The audio :
http://www.petalia.org/Songs/khongloi.htm
http://www.mp3rhino.com/gotta-keep-reading-mp3download.html
 Clips:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SKVcQnyEIT8
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