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Unit 06. Folk Tales. Lesson 1. Getting started

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Nguồn: Võ Thị Mỹ Phương
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Ngày gửi: 21h:41' 19-03-2019
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Tuesday, March 19, 2019
Warm up
FOLK TALES
GETTING STARTED
A suggestion for Nick’s project
Nick
Duong
Vocabulary:
- reply /rɪˈplaɪ/ (v)
legend / legend/ (n)
folk tale /ˈfəʊk teɪl/ (n)
fable /ˈfeɪbl/ (n)
origin /ˈɒrɪdʒɪn/(n)
produce / prəˈdjuːs / (v)
- give birth to /gɪv bɜːθ tə(r)/ (exp)
imaginary /ɪˈmædʒɪnəri/ (a)
arrogant /ˈærəɡənt/ (a)
: đáp lời, trả lời
: truyền thuyết, sự tích
: truyện kể dân gian
: truyện ngụ ngôn
: nguồn gốc
: tạo ra, sinh (đẻ) ra
: sinh nở, sinh con
: tưởng tượng
: kiêu ngạo, ngạo mạn
Checking vocabulary:
- reply /rɪˈplaɪ/ (v)
legend / legend/ (n)
folk tale /ˈfəʊk teɪl/ (n)
fable /ˈfeɪbl/ (n)
origin /ˈɒrɪdʒɪn/(n)
produce / prəˈdjuːs / (v)
- give birth to /gɪv bɜːθ tə(r)/ (exp)
imaginary /ɪˈmædʒɪnəri/ (a)
arrogant /ˈærəɡənt/ (a)
: đáp lời, trả lời
: truyền thuyết, sự tích
: truyện kể dân gian
: truyện ngụ ngôn
: nguồn gốc
: tạo ra, sinh (đẻ) ra
: sinh nở, sinh con
: tưởng tượng
: kiêu ngạo, ngạo mạn
D: I phoned you around 9 p.m. last night, but no reply.
N: Oh, I was doing some Internet research on Vietnamese legends for my project.
D: Have you found one you like yet?
N: Not really. Can you suggest anything?
D: We have lots of legends, folk tales, and fables. A popular one is the legend of Lac Long Quan and Au Co.
N: Oh yeah? What’s it about?
D: Well, it’s about the origins of the Vietnamese
people.
N: Who are the main characters?
D: Lac Long Quan – the dragon king of the ocean, Au Co – a fairy, and their sons.
N: And what’s the story?
D: Let me see… Lac Long Quan married Au Co. She gave birth to a bag of one hundred eggs, which produced one hundred baby boys.
N: One hundred baby boys? That’s a lot.
D: And some years later, Lac Long Quan missed the sea so he took fifty of their sons to the sea, and Au Co took the others to the mountains. Those boys were the ancestors of the Vietnamese.
N: What an interesting legend it is! I think I’ve found the subject of my project
1.a. Read the conversation again and choose the correct answers:
1. What was Duong doing at 9 p.m. last night?
A. He was coming to Nick’s house.
B. He was phoning Nick. C. He was talking to Nick.
2. What was Nick doing at 9 p.m. last night?
A. He was watching a TV show.
B. He was talking about his project.
C. He was searching for information on the Web.
3. What legend did Duong recommend to Nick?
A. A legend about how Viet Nam began.
B. A legend about Vietnamese people being original
C. A legend that isn’t well-known
4. Who was Lac Long Quan?
A. A fairy B. Au Co’s father C. The dragon king of the ocean
5. Where did Au Co take half of the sons?
A. To the mountains B. To the sea C. To Lac Long Quan’s land.
1.b. Match the words to their meanings.



1.c. Find the information in the conversation to complete the table.


- Au Co took the others to the mountains.
Lac Long Quan, Au Co, and their sons
- Au Co gave birth to one hundred baby boys.
- Lac Long Quan missed the sea.
- Lac Long Quan took fifty of their sons to the sea.
Legend
1.d. What does this sentence from the conversation express?
Nick: What an interesting legend it is!
Do you know what kind of sentence it is?
Exclamatory sentences
Click
1. handsome / man
What a handsome man (he is)!
2. interesting / game
What an interesting game (it is)!
3. good / news
What good news (it is)!
4. lovely / dogs
What lovely dogs (they are)!
5. brave / women
What brave women (they are)!
Make exclamatory sentences.
2. Match the words with their definitions. Then listen, check and repeat.
4. traditional, imaginary short story that teaches a moral lesson; typically using animal characters
3. an imaginary story typically involving magic or fairies, usually for children
1. a very old, traditional story from a
particular place that was originally
passed on to people in a spoken form
2. an ancient story about brave people or magical events that are probably not true
A
legend
B
folk tale
C
fable
D
fairy tale
Audio script:
1. A very old, traditional story from a particular place that was originally passed on to people in a spoken form - fable
2. An ancient story about brave people or magical events that are probably not true - fairy tale
3. An imaginary story typically involving magic or fairies, usually for children - folk tale
4. Traditional, imaginary short story that teaches a moral lesson; typically using animal characters - legend
3. GAME: GUESS THE STORY
A. Think of a legend, folk tale, fable or fairy tale you know. Complete the table below.
fairy tale
Cinderella
Cinderella, her stepsisters, her stepmother, and a prince
Cinderella, a kind and beautiful girl who finally gets married to a prince.
b. Work in pairs. Interview each other and try to guess the title of the story.
Example:
A: What kind of story is it?
B: It’s a fairy tale.
A: Who are the main characters?
B: Cinderella, her stepsisters, her stepmother, and a prince.
A: What’s it about?
B: It’s about Cinderella, a kind and beautiful girl who finally gets married to a prince.
A: Is it Cinderella?
B: Yes!
More practice
A: What kind of story is it?
B: It’s a fable.
A: Who are the main characters?
B: A hare, a tortoise.
A: What’s it about?
B: The Hare and the tortoise have a race. The hare is fast but he loses because he is arrogant. The tortoise is slow but he wins the race because he understands himself and his competitor.
A: Is it Who is the faster?
B: Yes!
+
HOMEWORK
- Learn the new words by heart.
- Practice the dialogue again.
- Do exercises B1,2,3 in workbook (page 45).
- Prepare for Unit 6: A closer look 1.
Goodbye!
See you again!
THANKS FOR YOUR ATTENTION!
 
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