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Unit 11. Books

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Nguồn: LÊ THỊ HỒNG QUẾ
Người gửi: Lê Thị Hồng Quế
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UNIT 11. BOOKS
READING 1
Week 21. Period 61
Teacher: Lê Thị Hồng Quế
Preparation day : January 12th, 2022
TRUNG VUONG HIGHSCHOOL
WARM-UP
Look at the picture carefully and say what kind of books are they?
Biography
Science fiction book
Thriller
Fiction book
Comic book
Novel
Romance
Craft book
I. Before you read
Do you often read books?
What kind of books do you enjoy reading most?
How do you read books?
II. While you read
Task 1: Find the Vietnamese equivalent for these words.
swallow
dip into
taste
digest
chew
hard – to – pick – up – again
hard – to – put – down

1. swallow (v):
nuốt (thức ăn, đồ uống)
đọc ngấu nghiến/ đọc say sưa
Some stories are for “ swallowing”.
2. dip into (v):
nhúng vào/ thò tay vào để lấy ra
It’s enough to dip into the book and read bits here and there.
đọc qua loa
3. taste (v):
nếm /thử thức ăn , đồ uống
“ Tasting” is one way of reading.
đọc thử
4. digest (v)
tiêu hóa
to think over so as to understand
suy ngẫm để hiểu
5 . chew (v):
nghiền thức ăn, nhai thức ăn
To read slowly and carefully
ngẫm nghĩ, đọc nghiền ngẫm
6. “ hard – to – pick - up – again”:
Khó mà cầm lên lại được; sách dở, không hay
7.“ hard – to – put – down”:
khó mà đặt xuống được ; sách hay
Task 2: Decide true , false or not mentioned statements
1. You can’t read different types of books in the same way

2. When you taste a book you read it carefully from the beginning to the end

3.Many people only have time to read when they are travelling

4. Books with good stories are often described as “ hard –to – put – down”

5.Television has replaced books altogether
T
F
NM
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 advices 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 for the first time, check that it is not too difficult. Do not start a book unless you can see from the first few pages that it is one you can say easily read and understand.
Some people think that as more and more people have television in their home, fewer and fewer people will buy books to read. Why read when television can bring you all the information and stories with color, 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 ad read it many times. Books in the home are a wonderful source of knowledge and pleasure.
Task 2: Decide true , false or not mentioned statements
1. You can’t read different types of books in the same way

2. When you taste a book you read it carefully from the beginning to the end

3.Many people only have time to read when they are travelling

4. Books with good stories are often described as “ hard –to – put – down”

5.Television has replaced books altogether





T
F
NM
Task 3: Answer the questions
1.How many ways of reading are there ?
2.When might you “ swallow” a book ?
3.What should you do before starting to read a book carefully and slowly ?
4.What are the advantages of television over books ?
5.What are the advantages of books over television ?
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 advices 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 for the first time, check that it is not too difficult. Do not start a book unless you can see from the first few pages that it is one you can say easily read and understand.
Some people think that as more and more people have television in their home, fewer and fewer people will buy books to read. Why read when television can bring you all the information and stories with color, 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 ad read it many times. Books in the home are a wonderful source of knowledge and pleasure.
1.How many ways of reading are there ?
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 advices 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 for the first time, check that it is not too difficult. Do not start a book unless you can see from the first few pages that it is one you can say easily read and understand.
Some people think that as more and more people have television in their home, fewer and fewer people will buy books to read. Why read when television can bring you all the information and stories with color, 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 ad read it many times. Books in the home are a wonderful source of knowledge and pleasure.
2.When might you “ swallow” a book ?
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 advices 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 for the first time, check that it is not too difficult. Do not start a book unless you can see from the first few pages that it is one you can say easily read and understand.
Some people think that as more and more people have television in their home, fewer and fewer people will buy books to read. Why read when television can bring you all the information and stories with color, 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 ad read it many times. Books in the home are a wonderful source of knowledge and pleasure.
3.What should you do before starting to read a book carefully and slowly ?
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 advices 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 for the first time, check that it is not too difficult. Do not start a book unless you can see from the first few pages that it is one you can say easily read and understand.
Some people think that as more and more people have television in their home, fewer and fewer people will buy books to read. Why read when television can bring you all the information and stories with color, 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 ad read it many times. Books in the home are a wonderful source of knowledge and pleasure.
4.What are the advantages of television over books ?
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 advices 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 for the first time, check that it is not too difficult. Do not start a book unless you can see from the first few pages that it is one you can say easily read and understand.
Some people think that as more and more people have television in their home, fewer and fewer people will buy books to read. Why read when television can bring you all the information and stories with color, 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 ad read it many times. Books in the home are a wonderful source of knowledge and pleasure.
5.What are the advantages of books over television ?
Choose A, B, C, or D that best completes each unfinished sentence.
1. If you _____a book, you have a brief look at it without reading or studying it seriously.
A. dip into B. put away C. pick up D. put down
2. It is a good book. I think it is interesting enough for you to ______
A. put down B. swallow C. look up D. understand

3. He picked ________ the book and turned page after page.
A. up B. on C. away D. in
4. When a reader reads an interesting book slowly and carefully, he ____ it
A. reviews B. chews and digests C. swallows D. dips into

5. A .................. is the story of a person’s life written by someone else.
A. romance B. fiction C. biography D. science
III. After you read
Đọc qua loa
Đọc ngấu nghiến
Cầm lên
Đọc và nghiền ngẫm
Tiểu sử
6. Books are a wonderful source .................. knowledge and pleasure.
with B. of C. in D. about

7. This is the most interesting book ...............
A. I read B. I am reading C. I’ve ever read D. I had read

8. Books with good stories are often described like “hard to put down.”
A B C D

9. The book is so interested that we have read it many times.
A B C D

10. If you find my book, could you possible return it to me?
A B C D
A source of : nguồn
Cấu trúc so sánh nhất + S + have / has + V3/ed
(to) describe as : mô tả như…
interesting
Adv + V : possibly
HOME WORK
-copy all the lesson into your notebooks.
- Learn all the rules by heart.
Prepare UNIT 11. READING 2
Thanks for your attention!
 
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