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Unit 01. Leisure Activities. Lesson 1. Getting started

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Người gửi: Lê Viết Phú
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Sunday, July 29, 2018
Go fishing
Listen to music
Surf the Internet
Go to the cinema
Go swimming
Go dancing
Read books
Watch TV
Play video games
Play an instrument
Do exercises
Go shopping
Play/do sports
Hang out with friends
Go camping
Play cards
LEISURE ACTIVITIES
Mai
Phuc
Nick
GETTING STARTED
IT’S RIGHT UP MY STREET!
Why do you think Mai, Phuc and Nick are there?
What are they holding in their hands?
What are they talking about?
Can you guess what Mai, Phuc and Nick like doing in their free time?
What can you see in the picture?
Vocabulary:
- check out /tʃek aʊt/ (v)
guide /gaɪd / (n)
trick /trɪk/ (n)
craft kit /krɑːft kɪt / (v)
bead /biːd / (n)
sticker /ˈstɪkə(r) /(n)
- improve /ɪmˈpruːv / (v)
tool /tuːl/ (n)
- kiểm tra, xem
- hướng dẫn
- mẹo, trò lừa
- bộ đồ thủ công
- hạt, hột (tròn)
- giấy dán, hình dán
cải thiện
công cụ, dụng cụ
Hợp ý mình mà.
- it’s right up my street !(exp)
Checking vocabulary:
- check out /tʃek aʊt/ (v)
guide /gaɪd / (n)
trick /trɪk/ (n)
craft kit /krɑːft kɪt / (v)
bead /biːd / (n)
sticker /ˈstɪkə(r) /(n)
- improve /ɪmˈpruːv / (v)
tool /tuːl/ (n)
- kiểm tra, xem
- hướng dẫn
- mẹo, trò lừa
- bộ đồ thủ công
- hạt, hột (tròn)
- giấy dán, hình dán
cải thiện
công cụ, dụng cụ
Hợp ý mình mà.
- it’s right up my street !(exp)
M: Check out this book, Phuc. ‘My Mini Guide to Dog Training’.
P: Sounds great! Max’ll like it too. Last weekend we learnt some tricks. I love to watch him. It’s so much fun… Have you found your craft kit?
M: Yes, I’ve found this one. It’s got everything:
beads, stickers, wool, buttons… I don’t know, it’ll take all my savings.
P: But it’s right up your street! Nick, what’s that?
N: It’s a CD of Vietnamese folk songs. I’ll listen to it tonight.
M: And you’ll be able to improve your Vietnamese!
N: Ha ha, not sure about that. But I think I’ll enjoy listening to the melodies.
P: Look at the language website I sent you. It’ll help you learn Vietnamese more easily.
N: Yes, I liked reading Doraemon comics while I was learning Japanese.
P: Stop reading comics! I’ll bring you my favourite short story this Sunday when we play football.
M: Sorry but we have to hurry. Mum and dad are waiting. We need to buy some tools to build a new house for Max this weekend
a. Circle the correct answer.
Phuc, Mai, and Nick are in a library / bookstore / sports club.
2. Phuc is looking for a book / dog / craft kit.
3. Max is Phuc’s cat / goldfish / dog.
4. Mai has found a book / CD / craft kit for herself.
5. Nick’s CD is of folk music / pop music / rock music.
6. Nick is trying to learn Vietnamese / Japanese / English.
b. Which leisure activities do you think Phuc,
Mai, and Nick have? Tick (9) the boxes. Then find the information from the conversation to explain your choice.












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c. Answer the questions.
- To check out something means to examine something or get more information about it in order to be certain that it is suitable (or true, or safe).
- If something is right up your street, it is the type of thing that you are interested in or that you enjoy doing.
Before answering the questions, look at these notes
c. Answer the questions.
What does Mai mean when she says ‘Check out this book’?
She means Phuc should examine this book.
2. What does Phuc mean when he says ‘It’s right up your street!’?
He means that it is the thing that Mai enjoys.
2. Find words/ phrases in the box to describe the photos. Then listen to check your answers.




texting
visiting museums
doing DIY
playing beach games
playing football
making crafts
playing computer games
3. Complete the following sentences with the
words in the box. In some cases, more than
one answer can be relevant.


boring
fun
exciting
relaxing
satisfied
good
You do leisure activities in your free time and they make you feel _______________.
2. You can do _______________ activities such as yoga, or _______________ ones such as mountain biking or skateboarding.
3. Hobbies such as making crafts or collecting things are _______________.
4. You can surf the Internet but some people say this is _______________.
5. You can spend time with family and friends, or
become a volunteer for the community. This will make you feel _______________.
4. GAME: CHANGING PARTNERS
Choose one leisure activity from 2 or 3. In pairs, talk about it. Try to keep going for one minute each. When the time is up, find a
new partner and talk about another activity.
You may:
describe the leisure activity
say if you have done this activity or not
share your feelings about the activity
Playing computer games is one of my leisure activities. It’s so exciting to play many kinds of games on computer. I like Mario, Plants vs zombies,... they are very interesting. I feel so excited to play them.
4. GAME: CHANGING PARTNERS
Rule: This game can be played in a group of 4 or 6 players. If your classroom is big enough, you can stand in two lines facing to each other. Each pair will talk about a leisure activity in one minute. Then the game controller will say “Change!”. The players move one step to the right to talk with a new partner about another leisure activity.
Model talk:
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HOMEWORK
- Learn the new words by heart.
- Practice the dialogue again.
- Do exercises B1 in workbook (page 3).
- Prepare for Unit 1: A closer look 1.
Goodbye!
See you again!
THANKS FOR YOUR ATTENTION!
 
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