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Period: 28 Week: 29

Unit 10: SPACE TRAVEL

Lesson 3 - A CLOSER LOOK 2

I. OBJECTIVES: By the end of this Unit, students will be able to:

- Use Past simple and past perfect correctly with confidence

- Use defining relative clauses correctly and appropriately

II . PREPARATION: sub -board, pictures, cassette

III. PROCEDURES:

Teacher’s and students’ activities

Content

Grammar

Past simple & past perfect: review

Ask Ss to study the timeline to familiarise themselves with the events and when they happened. T can read out any two of the events on the timeline, and ask Ss which event happened first.

Vocabulary

Activity 1:

1 Remind Ss of how to use the past simple and past perfect.

Have Ss then work individually to complete the exercise. Tell Ss to pay attention to the position of already in the sentences.

Activity 2:

Ask Ss to complete the box with T’s year of birth and their own year of birth. Then ask Ss to check where the dates fit into the timeline. Ss can write out the dates and events from the timeline along a line drawn on a piece of paper. They can then add in this task four additional dates.

Have Ss now work in pairs to talk about these events. Remind them to use the word already. Walk around the class and provide help if necessary. Call on some pairs to give their questions and answers in front of the class.

Defining relative clauses

Activity 3:

- Draw Ss’ attention to the grammar box and Look out! box. Give more examples if necessary. Ensure Ss have understood the rules before moving on.

Have Ss work individually to complete the exercise and then compare their answers with a partner. Remind Ss that a relative pronoun may not be required to complete the sentences (indicated in the key with a cross).

Activity 4:

- Have Ss work individually to complete the exercise and then compare their sentences with a partner.

Remind Ss that a relative pronoun may not be required to complete the sentences – this is indicated in the key with a cross (x).

Activity 5:

- This activity can be done as pair work or a game between two big groups. One student or group describes

the object/person/event using defining clauses for the other student or group to guess.

Activity 1:

Key:

1. had been sent; made

2. became; had (already) been launched

3. had own; walked

4. put; had (already) sent

5. was established; had (already) travelled

Activity 3:

Key:

1. who/that

2. where

3. which/that/x

4. which/that

5. which/that/ x

6. when

Key:

1. The film which/that/x the class watched yesterday was about the Apollo 13 space mission.

2. We read about an astronaut who travelled into space in 1961.

3. This is the man who works for NASA.

4. The team who/that plays on the left has never won the championship.

5. The ground-breaking space mission which/that/x this article describes is called Rosetta.

6. The task which/that/x the Rosetta mission has is comparable to a fly trying to land on a speeding bullet.

IV- HOMEWORK:

-Write new words then learn them by heart.

-Copy the exercise into notebooks.

-Prepare COMMUNICATION

Period: 29 Week: 29

Unit 10: SPACE TRAVEL

Lesson 4 - COMMUNICATION

I. OBJECTIVES: By the end of this Unit, students will be able to:

- talk about space travel history and life on a space station

II . PREPARATION: sub -board, pictures, cassette

III. PROCEDURES:

Teacher’s and students’ activities

Content

Activity 1:

-Ask Ss to work in pairs to complete the exercise after they have looked at the pictures (taking a shower, sleeping in a sleeping bag, listening to music, pouring salt).

Accept all answers from Ss and remember to ask them to explain their decisions. Do not give corrective feedback at this point.

Now ask Ss to read the text. Tell them to pay special attention to any information that helps them to check

their earlier answers. Tell them to notice any new words as well.

Now give correction.

Activity 2:

Have Ss work individually and then in pairs for this task.

- After Ss have finished, ask them to study the three photos of the 155 in the textbook and connect these photos with the information in the text.

If time allows, T may provide some of the latest photos and blog posts produced by astronauts who are living aboard the ISS They are available at WWW.blog.nasa.gov.

Now ask Ss to come back to the question list which has been created earlier on the board and try to answer them with the information from this lesson. If there are some questions that cannot be answered with the text, encourage Ss to find more about them by themselves (using the Internet, books, etc.). T may provide the NASA blog URL above as an additional resource.

Activity 3:

This activity can be organised as a debate. Have Ss work in small groups and agree on the three items they

will bring to the ISS for each need in 2 . When all groups are ready with their list, the class gets together and decides on a new three-item list. Each group has to persuade the others that their items should be on this list, rather than those of the other groups.

Activity 4:

Have Ss work individually and write down a personal thing they will take aboard the ISS because they cannot live without it. Then ask Ss to work in pairs to share what they have written. Ss need to explain to their partner why this item is so important to them.

Key: 1. X

2 . P

3 . P

4. X

NASA astronaut Kjell Lindgren replaces items inside the ISS, Sep., 2015. Credits: NASA.

Astronaut Scott Kelly posted this photo taken from the ISS to Twitter on Sept. 5, 2015. Credits: NASA.

IV- HOMEWORK:

-Write new words then learn them by heart.

-Copy the exercise into notebooks.

-Prepare SKILLS 1

Period: 30 Week: 29

Unit 10: SPACE TRAVEL

Lesson 1 - SKILLS 1

I. OBJECTIVES: By the end of this Unit, students will be able to:

read for specific information about two famous astronauts' space travel

talk about space travel history and life on a space station

II . PREPARATION: sub -board, pictures, cassette

III. PROCEDURES:

Teacher’s and students’ activities

Content

Activity 1:

-Have Ss work in pairs. Ask Ss to focus on the photos and try identifying the Vietnamese astronaut (Pham Tuan). Ask if they know anything about Pham Tuan. Pairs can share what they already know about Pham Tuan. After that, have Ss turn the page upside down and read the Quick facts box, then they tell each other some more information about Pham Tuan in full sentences.

Activity 2:

a/ Explain to Ss they are going to read a text about two famous astronauts talking about their space travel experience. Ask Ss to guess what they think the two astronauts will talk about. T may refer back to the information about the ISS that Ss have learnt about in COMMUNICATION.

Have Ss then read the text and do the exercise individually. Discuss the answers with the class but remember to ask Ss to explain their decisions. (Why do you think this quote should go in this paragraph?)

b/ Have Ss work in pairs to complete the exercise. When giving feedback, ask Ss to give further information in the text to back up their answers.

Speaking

Activity 3:

-3 Have Ss work in pairs for this task to discuss the qualities and skills.

First, ask Ss to look at the reading text in 2 again and try to extract the necessary characteristics/qualities/skills for astronauts from the things Pham Tuan and Christer Fuglesang said.

For example: a love for nature, can eat packaged food for a long time, etc.

Then tell Ss they can look at A CLOSER LOOK 1, Activity 2, as well as COMMUNICATION, for more ideas.

Pairs get together to exchange their ideas. Then as a class, Ss build up a list of qualities and skills needed to be an astronaut.

Activity 4:

4 Have Ss work in groups for this role play and solve the problems. There are no wrong answers here.

Encourage Ss to be creative with their ideas.

Once Ss have finished, each group may present their decisions and the class chooses the best solutions.

Key:

1. c

2. a

3. b

Key:

1. Pham Tuan is Viet Nam's first astronaut, and Christer Fuglesang is Sweden's first astronaut.

2. He found that the Earth didn't look as big as he thought, and he thought we should cooperate to take care of it.

3. It seemed he didn't enjoy it much since it wasn't fresh.

4. They talked to him when he was in space and that made him happy.

5. They think the chance to fly into space is equal for everyone.

6. He thinks teamwork, social skills, and language skills are important for an astronaut.

Key (suggested):

• One crew member feels extremely homesick: She/ He can make phone calls to family and friends on Earth.

She/.He can exercise, read a book, listen to music, or play some games. Other crew members can talk to her/him, or together they can do something fun in their free time, for example having a ' space party'.

• When looking at the monitoring system you discover a strange object approaching Earth: The crew can contact the Mission Control Centre for help. They can start watching the object, record its movements, and report back to Earth.

IV- HOMEWORK:

-Write new words then learn them by heart.

-Copy the exercise into notebooks.

-Prepare SKILLS 2

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