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Teacher: Huynh Phong Dinh
WELCOME TO OUR CLASS 9/1
Unit 1: Local Environment
Lesson 1: Getting started
1. Who and what can you see in the picture?
2. Where are they?
3. What do you think the people in the picture are talking about?
1. Listen and read.
Nick: There are so many pieces of pottery here, Phong. Do your grandparents make all of them?
Phong: They can’t because we have lots of products. They make some and other people make the rest.
Nick: As far as I know, Bat Trang is one of the most famous traditional craft villages of Ha Noi, right?
Phong: Right. My grandmother says it’s about 700 years old.
Mi: Wow! When did your grandparents set up this workshop?
Phong: My great-grandparents started it, not my grandparents. Then my grandparents took over their business. All the artisans here are my aunts, uncles and cousins.
Nick: I see. Your village is also a place of interest of Ha Noi, isn’t it?
Phong: Yes. People come here to buy things for their house. Another attraction is they can make pottery themselves in the workshops.
Nick: That must be a memorable experience.
Phong: In Viet Nam there are lots of craft villages like Bat Trang. Have you ever been to any others?
Mi: I’ve been to a conical hat making village in Hue!
Nick: Cool! This is my first one. Do you think that the various crafts remind people of a specific region?
Mi: Sure. It’s the reason tourists often choose handicrafts as souvernirs.
Phong: Let’s go outside and look round the village.
a. Can you find a word / phrase that means:
craft
set up
take over
artisans
attraction
specific region
remind
look round
The Present Perfect
(+) I have been to Nha Trang twice.
(- ) He hasn’t been to Nha Trang.
He has never been to Nha Trang.
(?) Have you ever been to Nha Trang?
Watch out!
“As far as I know” is an expression. It is used to say that you think you know something but you cannot be completely sure, especially because youdo not know all the facts.
b. Answer the following questions
1. Where are Nick, Mi, and Phong? 2. How old is the village?
3. Who started Phong’s family workshop?
4. Why is the village a place of interest in Ha Noi?

5. Where is the craft village that Mi visited?
6. Why do tourists like to buy handicrafts as souvenirs?
- They are at Phong’s grandparents’ workshop in Bat Trang.
- It is about 700 years old.
- His great-grandparents did.
Because people can buy things for their house and make
pottery themselves there.
- It’s in Hue.
- Because the handcrafts remind them of a specific region.
2. Write the name of each traditional handicraft in the box under the picture.
paintings pottery drums silk lanterns
conical hats lacquerware marble sculptures
A
G
F
E
D
C
B
H
paintings
drums
marble sculptures
pottery
silk
lacquerware
conical hats
lanterns


3. Complete the sentences with the words/ phrases from 2 to show where in Viet Nam the handicrafts are made. You do not have to use them all.


The birthplace of the famous bai tho _____________ is Tay Ho village in Hue.
If you go to Hoi An on the 15th of each lunar month, you can enjoy the lights of many beautiful ______________.
Van Phuc village in Ha Noi produces different types of ______________ products such as cloth, scarves, ties, and dresses.
On the Tet holiday, many Hanoians go to Dong Ho village to buy folk _______________ .
_______________ products of Bau True, such as pots and vases, have the natural colours typical of Champa culture in Ninh Thuan.
Going to Non Nuoc marble village in Da Nang, we`re impressed by a wide variety of ________________from Buddha statues to bracelets.






conical hat
lanterns
silk
paintings
Pottery
marble sculptures
QUIZ: What is the place of interest?
Work in pairs to do the quiz.
People go to this area to walk, play, and relax.
It is a place where objects of artistic, cultural, historical, or scientific interest are kept and shown.
People go to this place to see animals.
It is an area of sand, or small stones, beside the sea or a lake.
It is a beautiful and famous place in the countryside.
park
museum
zoo
beach
beautiful spot
b. Work in groups. Write a similar quiz about places of interest. Ask another group to answer the quiz.
Prepare “A closer look 1"
Practise the dialogue with your friends
Learn vocabulary and expressions by heart
Thank you for your attention!
Good bye
Teacher: Huynh Phong Dinh
WELCOME TO OUR CLASS 9/1
Unit 1: Local Environment
Lesson 2: A CLOSER LOOK 1
1. Write the verbs in the box under the pictures. One of them should be used twice.
carve cast weave
embroider knit mould
A
D
B
cast
carve
weave
C
embroider
G
knit
E
mould
F
weave
2a. Match the verbs in column A with the groups of nouns in column B.
2b. Now write the correct verb forms for these verbs.
cast
cast
wove
woven
embroidered
embroidered
knitted
knitted
moulded
moulded
The Present Perfect
(+) I have been to Nha Trang twice.
(- ) He hasn’t been to Nha Trang.
He has never been to Nha Trang.
(?) Have you ever been to Nha Trang?
Watch out!
You can also use the verb to make when talking about producing, creating, or contructing a handicraft.
Example: I made a basket at the workshop.
3. What are some places of interest in your area? Complete the word web. One word can belong to more than one category.
Places of interest
department store
restaurant
cafe
theatre
opera house
club
park
zoo
museum
theatre
museum
craft village
historical building
theatre
market
building
temple
shopping district
market
beautiful spot
craft village
4. Complete the passage by filling each blank with a suitable word from the box.
attraction historical traditional
handicrafts culture exercise
Some people say that a place of interest is a place famous for its scenery or a well-known (1) __________ site. I don’t think it has to be so limited. In my opinion, a place of interest is simply one that people like going to.
In my town, the park is a(n) (2) __________ because many people love spending time there. Old people do (3) __________ and walk in the park. Children play games there while their parents sit and talk with each other. Another place of interest in my town is Hoa Binh market. It’s a(n) (4) __________ market with a lot of things to see. I love to go there to buy food and clothes, and watch other people buying and selling. Foreign tourists also like this market because they can experience the (5) __________ of Vietnamese people, and buy woven cloth and other (6) __________ as souvenirs.
historical
attraction
exercise
traditional
culture
handicrafts
5a. Listen to the speaker read the following sentences and answer the questions.
The craft village lies on the river bank.
This paiting is embroidered.
What is this region famous for?
Drums aren’t made in my village.
A famous artisans carved this table beautifully.
1. Which words are louder and clearer than the others?


2. What kinds of words are they?


Which words are not as loud and clear as the others?


What kinds of words are they?

Pronunciation: Stress on content words in sentences
5a. Listen to the speaker read the following sentences and answer the questions.
The craft village lies on the river bank.
This paiting is embroidered.
What is this region famous for?
Drums aren’t made in my village.
A famous artisans carved this table carefully.
1. Which words are louder and clearer than the others?
Sentence 1: craft, village, lies, river, bank
Sentence 2: painting, embroidered
Sentence 3: what, region, famous
Sentence 4: drums, aren`t, made, village
Sentence 5: famous, artisan, carved, table,beautifully
Pronunciation: Stress on content words in sentences
2. What kinds of words are they?
They are: nouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs, wh-question words, and negative auxiliaries.
5a. Listen to the speaker read the following sentences and answer the questions.
The craft village lies on the river bank.
This paiting is embroidered.
What is this region famous for?
Drums aren’t made in my village.
A famous artisans carved this table carefully.
3. Which words are not as loud and clear as the others?
Pronunciation: Stress on content words in sentences
4. What kinds of words are they?
They are: articles, prepositions, pronouns, and possessive adjectives.
Sentence 1: the, on, the
Sentence 2: this, is
Sentence 3: is, this, for
Sentence 4: in, my
Sentence 5: a, this
In spoken English, the following kinds of words are usually stressed: main verbs, nouns, adjectives, adverbs, wh-question words, and negative auxiliaries (e.g. don`t).
Words such as pronouns, prepositions, articles,
conjunctions, possessive adjectives, be (even if
it is a main verb in the sentence), and auxiliary
verbs are normally unstressed.


5b. Now listen, check, and repeat.
6a. Underline the content words in the sentences.
Practise reading the sentences aloud.
1. The Arts Museum is a popular place of interest in my city.
2. This cinema attracts lots of youngsters.
3. The artisans mould clay to make traditional pots.
4. Where do you like going at weekends?
5. We shouldn`t destroy historical buildings.
6b. Now listen, check, and repeat.
6a. Underline the content words in the sentences.
Practise reading the sentences aloud.
1. The Arts Museum is a popular place of interest in my city.
2. This cinema attracts lots of youngsters.
3. The artisans mould clay to make traditional pots.
4. Where do you like going at weekends?
5. We shouldn`t destroy historical buildings.
6b. Now listen, check, and repeat.
Teacher: Huynh Phong Dinh
WELCOME TO OUR CLASS 9/1
Unit 1: Local Environment
Lesson 3: A CLOSER LOOK 2
Grammar
Complex sentences: review
1. A dependent clause of concession begins with a subordinator although though, or even though. It shows an unexpected result.
Ex: Although she was tired, she finished knitting the scarffor her dad.

2. A dependent clause of purpose begins with a subordinator so that or in order that. It tells the purpose of the action in the independent clause.
Ex: The artisan moulded the clay so that he could make a mask.

3. A dependent clause of reason begins with a subordinator because, since, or as. It answers the question "Why?"
Ex: Since it was raining, they cancelled the trip to Trang An.

4. A dependent clause of time begins with a subordinator when, while, before, after, as soon as, etc. It tells when the action described in the independent clause takes place.
Ex: When I have free time, I usually go to the museum.
There are different types of dependent clause.
1. Underline the dependent clause in each sentence below. Say whether it is a dependent clause of concession (DC), of purpose (DP), of reason (DR), or of time (DT).
When people talk about traditional paintings, they think of Dong Ho village.
My sister went to Tay Ho village in Hue so that she could buy some bai tho conical hats.
Although this museum is small, it has many unique artefacts.
This square is our favourite place to hang out because we have space to skateboard.
The villagers have to dry the buffalo skin under the sun before they make the drumheads.
DT
DP
DC
DR
DT
2. Make a complete sentence from each pair of sentences. Use the subordinator provided and make any necessary changes.
The villagers are trying to learn English. They can communicate with foreign customers. (in order that)
We ate lunch. Then we went to Non Nuoc marble village to buy some souvenirs. (after)
This hand-embroidered picture was expensive. We bought it. (even though)
This department store is an attraction in my city. The products are of good quality. (because)
This is called a Chuong conical hat. It was made in Chuong village. (since)
1. The villagers are trying to learn English in order that they can communicate with foreign customers.
Key:
2. After we had eaten lunch, we went to Non Nuoc marble village to buy some souvenirs.
3. Even though this hand-embroidered picture was expensive, we bought it.
4. This department store is an attraction in my city because the products are of good quality.
5. This is called a Chuong conical hat since it was made in Chuong village..
What is the meaning of the underlined verb phrases?




2. Can each part of the verb phrase help you understand its meaning?
Phrasal verbs
3. Read this part of the conversation from GETTING STARTED. Pay attention to the underlined part and answer the questions.
Wow! When did your grandparents set up this workshop?
My great-grandparents started it, not my grandparents. Then my grandparents took over the business.
Mi:
Phong:
set up: start something (a business, an organization, etc.)
take over: take control of something (a business, an organization, etc.)
No, the individual words in the verb phrase do not help with comprehension. This is why they are sometimes considered difficult.
A phrasal verb is a verb combined with a particle such as back, in, on, off, through, up, etc. When a particle is added to the verb, the phrasal verb usually has a special meaning.
Example:
get up (get out of bed)
find out (get information)
bring out (publish/launch)
look through (read)

Note: A verb can go with two particles.
Example:
keep up with (stay equal with)
look forward to (be thinking with pleasure about something to come)
run out of (have no more of)
4. Match the phrasal verbs in A with their meaning in B.
Key:
5. Complete each sentence using the correct form of phrasal verb in 4. You don’t need to use all the verbs.
We must __________ the reality that our handicrafts are in competition with those of other villages.
2. I invited her to join our trip to Trang An. But she __________ my invitation.
3. The craft of basket weaving is usually __________ from generation to generation.
4. Do you think we can __________ selling silk scarves as souvenirs?
5. They had to __________ the museum because it’s no longer a place of interest.
6. What time __________ you __________ from the trip last night?
face up to
turned down
passed down
live on
close down
did
come back
6. Complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first sentence, using the word given.
Where did you get the information about Disneyland Resort? find
- Where _________________________________________
2. What time did you get out of bed this morning? up
- When__________________________________________
I’ll read this leaflet to see what activities are organised at this attraction. look
- I’ll ____________________________________________
They’re going to publish a guidebook to different beauty spots in Viet Nam. out
- They’re ________________________________________
I’m thinking with pleasure about the weekend! forward
- I’m____________________________________________
did you find out about Disneyland Resort?
did you get up this morning?
look through this leaflet to see what activities are organised at this attraction.
going to bring out a guidebook to different beautyspots in VN.
looking forward to the weekend!
Teacher: Huynh Phong Dinh
WELCOME TO OUR CLASS 9/1
Unit 1: Local Environment
Lesson 4: COMMUNICATION
1. Match the traditional game with the correct picture.
bag jumping blind man’s buff
stilt walking tug of war
1
3
2
4
Extra vocabulary
team-building turn up set off
What would you prepare for a day out to a place of interest for your class?
1. Nick, Mi, Duong, and Mai are planning a day out to a place of interest for their class. Listen to the conversation and complete their plan by filling each blank with no more than three words.
Green Park
bus
8 a.m.
own lunch
supermarket
team building
quizzes
painting village
make
5 p.m.
A DAY OUT
2. Imagine that your class is going to a place of interest in your area. Work in groups to discuss the plan for this day out. Make notes in the table.
A DAY OUT
3. Present your plan to the class. Which group has the best plan?
Teacher: Huynh Phong Dinh
WELCOME TO OUR CLASS 9/1
Unit 1: Local Environment
Lesson 5: SKILLS 1
1. Work in pairs. One looks at Picture A, and the other looks at Picture B on page 1S. Ask each other questions to find out the similarities and differences between your pictures.
Picture A
Picture B
-Similarities: conical hat, string
-Differences:
Picture A: light green, pictures between layers, blue string, look lighter
Picture B: white, no decoration, pink string, look heavier
2. Mi visited Tay Ho village in Hue last month. She has decided to present what she knows about this place to the class. Read what she has prepared and watch the titles with the paragraphs.
A. When you think about the conical hat, the first thing you think of is the region of Hue. Cinical hat making has been a traditional craft there for hundreds of years, and there are many craft villages like Da Le, Phu Cam, and Doc So. However, Tay Ho is the most famous because it is a birthplace of the conical hat in Hue. It is a village on the bank of the Nhu Y River, 12 km from Hue City.
B. A conical hat may look simple, but artisans have to follow 15 stages, from going to the forest to collect leaves, making the frames, etc. Hue’s conical hats always have two layers of leaves. Craftsmen must be skilful to make the two layers very thin. What is special is that they then add poems and paintings of Hue beween the two layers, creating the famous bai tho or poetic conical hats.
C. Conical hat making in the village has been passed down from generation to generation because everybody, young or old, can take part in the process. It is a well-known handicraft, not only in Viet Nam, but all around the world.
1. Present status of the craft
2. Location and history of conical hat making village
3. How the conical hat is made
1-C
2. Mi visited Tay Ho village in Hue last month. She has decided to present what she knows about this place to the class. Read what she has prepared and match the titles with the paragraphs.
A. When you think about the conical hat, the first thing you think of is the region of Hue. Conical hat making has been a traditional craft there for hundreds of years, and there are many craft villages like Da Le, Phu Cam, and Doc So. However, Tay Ho is the most famous because it is a birthplace of the conical hat in Hue. It is a village on the bank of the Nhu Y River, 12 km from Hue City.
B. A conical hat may look simple, but artisans have to follow 15 stages, from going to the forest to collect leaves, making the frames, etc. Hue’s conical hats always have two layers of leaves. Craftsmen must be skilful to make the two layers very thin. What is special is that they then add poems and paintings of Hue beween the two layers, creating the famous bai tho or poetic conical hats.
C. Conical hat making in the village has been passed down from generation to generation because everybody, young or old, can take part in the process. It is a well-known handicraft, not only in Viet Nam, but all around the world.
1. Present status of the craft
2. Location and history of conical hat making village
3. How the conical hat is made
1-C
2-A
3-B
3. Read the text again and answer the questions.
What is Tay Ho the most well-known conical hat making village?


How far is it from Tay Ho to Hue City?


What is the first stage of conical hat making?


What is special about the hat layers?


What is special about the bai tho conical hat?


Who can make conical hats?

- Because it is a birthplace of a conical hat in Hue.
- It’s 12 km from Hue City.
- It’s going to the forest to collect leaves.
- They’re very thin.
- It has poems and paintings of Hue between the two layers.
- Everybody can, young or old.
4. Read the following ideas. Are they about the benefits of traditional crafts (B) or challenges that artisans may face (C). Write B or C.
1. providing employment
2. losing authenticity
3. providing additional income
4. relying too much on tourism
5. treating waste and pollution
6. preserving cultural heritage
B
C
B
C
C
B
Can you add some more benefits and challenges?
5. Imagine that your group is responsible for promoting traditional crafts in your area. Propose an action plan to deal with the challenges.
Teacher: Huynh Phong Dinh
WELCOME TO OUR CLASS 9/1
Unit 1: Local Environment
Lesson 6: SKILLS 2
1. Describe what you see in each picture. Do you know what places they are?
B
C
A
Listen and check your answers.
2. Listen to what these students say and decide if the statements are true (T) or false (F).





3. His friend’s relatives own it.
4. The trees in the garden come from other countries.
3. Listen again and complete the table. Use no more than three words for each blank.
artefacts
exploring Vietnamese culture
make things
paint on ceramics
the hill
books
pigeons
watching
4. If a visitor has a day to spend in your hometown/city, where will you advise him/her to go? What can they do there? Work in pairs, discuss and take notes of your ideas.
5. Imagine that your Australian pen friend is coming to Viet Nam and will spend a day in your hometown/city. He/She has asked for your advice on the place of interest they should go to and the things they can do there.
Write an email to give him/her some information.
Teacher: Huynh Phong Dinh
WELCOME TO OUR CLASS 9/2
Unit 1: Local Environment
Lesson 7: LOOKING BACK
1. Write some traditional handicrafts in the word web below.
Handicrafts
2. Complete the second sentence in each pair by putting
the correct form of a verb from the box into each blank.
1. The artisan made this statue by pouring hot liquid bronze into a mould.
- The artisan ____________ this statue in bronze.
2. I’m decorating a cloth picture with a pattern of stitches, using coloured threads.
- I’m ____________ a picture.
3. They made baskets by crossing strips of bamboo across, over, and under each other.
They ____________ baskets out of bamboo.
4. My mum made this sweater for me from wool thread by using two bamboo needles.
My mum ____________ a wool sweater for me.
5. He made this flower by cutting into the surface of the wood.
He ____________ this flower from wood.
6. I took some clay and used my hands to make it into the desired shape.
- I ____________ the clay into the desired shape.

cast
embroidering
wove
knitted
carved
moulded
carve - cast - weave - embroider - knit - mould
3. Complete the passage with the words/phrases from the box.
zoo
looked team-building zoo lunch
interest looking forward to craft museum
Last week we had a memorable trip to a new (1) __________ on the outskirts of the city. We were all (2) _____________ the trip. There are lots of wild animals, and they are looked after carefully. Each species is kept in one big compound and the animals look healthy. After we (3) __________ round the animal zone, we gathered on a big lawn at the back of the zoo. There we played some (4) ______________ games ang sang songs. Then we had a delicious (5) __________ prepared by Nga and Phuong. In the afternoon, we walked to a (6) __________ nearby. There is a big collection of handicrafts made by different (7) __________ villages. I’m sure that the zoo will be our new place of (8) __________ .
looking forward to
looked
team-building
lunch
museum
craft
interest
Although this village is famous for its silk products,
__________________________________________ .
2. Many people love going to this park because _______
_____________________________________________
3. Since ______________________________________, foreign tourists often buy traditional handicrafts.
4. Moc Chau is a popular tourist attraction when_______
_____________________________________________
5. This weekend we`re going to the cinema in order that
_____________________________________________

4. Complete the complex sentences with your own ideas.
1. I don`t remember exactly when my parents started this workshop.
(set up) _______________________________________________.

2. We have to try harder so that our handicrafts can stay equal with theirs.
(keep up with)__________________________________________.

3. What time will you begin your journey to Da Lat?
(set off) ______________________________________________?

4. We arranged to meet in front of the lantern shop at 8 o`clock, but she never arrived.
(turn up) ______________________________________________.

5. The artisans in my village can earn enough money from basket weaving to live.
(live on)_______________________________________________.
5. Rewrite each sentence so that it contains the phrasal verb in brackets. You may have to change the form ofthe verb.
I don`t remember exactly when my parents set up this workshop
We have to try harder so that our handicrafts can keep up with theirs
What time will you set off for Da Lat
We arranged to meet in front of the lantern shop at 8 o`clock,
but she never turned up.
The artisans in my village can live on basket weaving
6. Work in groups. One student thinks of a popular place of interest in their area. Other students ask Yes/No questions to guess what place he/she is thinking about.
A: Is the place near the city center?
B: Yes, it is.
C: Can we play sports there?
B: Yes, we can.
A: Can we play games there?
B: Yes, we can.
C: Do people go shopping there?
B: No, they don’t.
A: Is it the ABC sports center?
B: You’re right.
 
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