Unit 1 Section A-1
Class Type Listening, reading and speaking Objectives 1.
To learn to use have for talking about health problems. 2.
To learn uses of Modal should/shouldn’t. Key structure What’s the matter?
I have a headache. Difficulties How to use have for talking about health problems.
Vocabulary Period head, nose, eye, ear, tooth, neck, stomach, back, leg, arm, foot, throat, thirsty …
have a cold,
lie down, drink lots of water 1 Procedure Lead-in Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Step 4 Name the parts of the body by pictures. Read a chant about the body.
Enjoy a song.
Play a game. Say and draw the part of body.
Let Ss to look at the picture and write the correct letter [a-m] for each part of the body.
Judge their problems based on every picture. Activity 1b.
Listen and look at the picture. Then number the names [1-5]. Act it out with their partner. Listen again and complete the table. Step 5 Step 6 Step 7 Step 8
Step 9 Step 10 Step 11 Step 12 Step 13 Step 14 Step 15
Make conversations according to pictures. Think how to give advice if somebody is ill and give examples by using pictures. Activity 2a. Let Ss to listen and number the pictures [1-5] in the order they hear them. Activity 2b. Listen again and match the problems with the advice. Activity 2c. Make conversations using the information in 2a and 2b. Activity 2d. Role-play the conversation. Language points: explain the key words and phrases in section A-1.