I learn  Smart Start – Grade 4
Week:1
Period: 1
School year: 20162017
THEME 1: NUMBER
Lesson 1: ( P1 – A + WB a,b )
I. Objectives: By the end of the lesson, students will be able to:
 Count from 09 and make a phone call
*Moral lesson: You should remember your parent’s number when you’re out.
II. Language contents:
1. Vocabulary: zero, one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine
2. Sentence pattern:
III. Teaching Aids:
 CD track 2
 Flash cards: zero, one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine
IV. Procedure:
1. Warmer :
 Sing a song “ Let’s count from 1 to 20”
2. Presentation:
Task 1: Listen and repeat.
 Arrange the flashcards on the board: zero, one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine
 Play audio and have students listen and repeat.
 Point to the flashcards along with the audio. Repeat several times.
Task 2: Listen, point and say.
 Play audio again and have students listen, repeat and point to the pictures in their
books.
 Change the order of the flashcards, point to them individually and have students say the words,
correct pronunciation when needed.
3. Practice
Task 3: Pair and group work
 Group work : + Group leader stand up and say the word
+ The member listen and point.
 Pair work : + One say and one point then change.
Task 4: Play game “ Who’s faster”
Give students some pieces of paper about the number ( from 0 9 ). Say the words. The students
have to catch the paper which have that word. The winner is the student has the most papers.
4. Production
Task 5: Do exercises
 Do exercises in WB / 2: A : Look at the number and circle.
B : Look at the number and write
 Correct mistakes.
V. Homework.
 Learn the number from 0 to 9.
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I learn  Smart Start – Grade 4
Week:1
School year: 20162017
THEME 1: NUMBER
Period: 2
Lesson 1: ( P2 – B + WB C,D )
I. Objectives: By the end of the lesson, students will be able to:
 Count from 09 and make a phone call.
*Moral lesson: You should remember your parents’ number when you’re out.
II. Language contents:
1. Vocabulary: zero, one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine
2. Sentence pattern: What’s your phone number ?
It’s ……
III. Teaching Aids:
 CD tracks 2 – 5.
 Flash cards: zero, one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine
IV. Procedure:
1. Warmer:

Play game: ‘What number is it?”
T uses the flash card and hold it up then asks “ What number is it?. Students observe and guess what
number is in the flashcard.
2. Presentation:
Task 1: Listen and read

Using the picture and ask some questions :
+ What is this ? ( It’s a school bus )
+ How many people are there in the picture? Who are they?
+ What’s Tom’s Dad doing? Is he OK?
+ Call out the phone number you can see.

Listen and read.
+ What is the question in the dialogue? “ What’s your telephone number?”
3. Practice
Task 2: Listen and circle

Play audio and demonstrate the activity using the example.

Play audio and have students listen and circle.

Play audio again and check answers as a whole class.
Task 3: Ask and answer

Say the structure: What’s your phone number ? It’s ……
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 Pair work : Ask and answer about the phone number
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4. Production
Task 4: Look and write C /WB

Write the number in the blank by looking at the number

Look at the number, ask and answer then write on the book.
Task 5: Write D/ WB

Ask and answer about the number.

Correct mistakes.
V. Homework
Ask your friend’s phone number.
VI. Comments
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Week: 1
THEME 1: NUMBER
Period: 3
Lesson 1: ( P3 – C.D.E )
I. Objectives: By the end of the lesson, students will be able to:
 Count from 09 and make a phone call
*Moral lesson: You should remember your parents’ number when you’re out.
II. Language contents:
1. Vocabulary: zero, one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine
2. Sentence pattern: What’s your phone number ?
It’s ……
III. Teaching Aids:
 CD tracks 6 – 8.
IV. Procedure:
1. Warmer: Matching
Put the flashcards (number) on the board.
Ask students to choose the correct flashcard and stick it by the word. Then get students to read all
the words.
Eight
Seven
Three
two
Zero
Nine
2. Presentation
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Task 1: Listen and write.
 Ask students to listen and write the numbers.
0913 897 476
0168 243 587
0978 235 698
0198 357 249
 Students call out the number and correct mistakes.
School year: 20162017
0903 476 689
0165 398 576
3. Practice
Task 2: Listen and sing along.
 Play the audio and students listen carefully.
 Clap the hands with the tune.
 Sing along to the song. ( group/ pair )
Task 3: Listen, sing and write.
 Play the song and ask the students listen then wrire in D.
 Play audio again and check answers as a whole class.
 Sing the song again.
Task 4: Ask and answer.
 Divide the class into pairs.
 Have Student A point and ask, Student B answer.
 Swap roles and repeat.
 Afterwards, have some pairs demonstrate the activity in front of the class.
4. Production
Task 5: Game “ Magic finger ”
 Demonstrate the game.
 Divide the class into pairs.
 Have Student A write ten numbers (09) on Student B’s back, using their finger. Student B
writes the numbers down.
 Then have Student A ask “What’s your phone number?” and have Student B answer using the
numbers they have written down “It’s _______.”
 Afterwards, have some students demonstrate the activity in front of the class.
V. Homework
Write 3 phone numbers in your family which you remember.
VI. Comments
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Week:1
Period : 4
THEME 1: NUMBER
Lesson 2: ( P1 – A,WB (A,B) )
I. Objectives: By the end of the lesson, students will be able to:
 Count from 1020 .
*Moral lesson: You should know your age and members’ age in your family.
II. Language contents:
1. Vocabulary: ten, eleven, twelve, thirteen, fourteen, fifteen, sixteen, seventeen, eighteen,
nineteen, twenty
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2. Sentence pattern:
III. Teaching Aids:
 CD tracks 9
 Flash cards : ten, eleven, twelve, thirteen, fourteen, fifteen, sixteen, seventeen, eighteen,
nineteen, twenty
IV. Procedure:
1. Warmer:
 Sing a song “ Let’s count from 1 to 20”
2. Presentation:
Task 1: Listen and repeat.
 Arrange the flashcards on the board: ten, eleven, twelve, thirteen, fourteen, fifteen, sixteen,
seventeen, eighteen, nineteen, twenty.
 Play audio and have students listen and repeat.
 Point to the flashcards along with the audio. Repeat several times.
Task 2: Listen, point and say.
 Play audio again and have students listen, repeat and point to the pictures in their
books.
 Change the order of the flashcards, point to them individually and have students say the words,
correct pronunciation when needed.
3. Practice
Task 3: Pair and group work
 Group work : + Group leader stand up and say the word
+ The member listen and point.
 Pair work : + One say and one point then change.
Task 4: Play game “ Jumping up ”
Hold up some pieces of paper about the number ( from 10 20 ). Say the words. If it’s right
students have to jump up and say the number. If it’s wrong, students have to stand
4. Production
Task 5: Write the words
 Do exercises in WB / 2: A : Look at the number and write the words.
B : Look at the number and write the missing letter in the square.
 Correct mistakes.
V. Homework.
 Learn the number from 10 to 20.
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Week: 2
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I learn  Smart Start – Grade 4
School year: 20162017
THEME 1: NUMBER
Period: 5
Lesson 2: ( P2 – B + WB (C,D) )
I. Objectives: By the end of the lesson, students will be able to:
 Count from 1020 and talk about people’s age.
*Moral lesson: You should know your age and members’ age in your family.
II. Language contents:
1. Vocabulary: zero, one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine
2. Sentence pattern: How old is she / he ?How old are they ?
She’s / He’s …… . They’re……
III. Teaching Aids:
 CD tracks 10– 12.
 Flash cards : ten, eleven, twelve, thirteen, fourteen, fifteen, sixteen, seventeen, eighteen,
nineteen, twenty
IV. Procedure:
1. Warmer:

Play game : ‘ What number is missing?”
Stick some numbers on the board and ask students to find the missing words.
2. Presentation:
Task 1:Listen and read

Review the story from the previous lesson "After a school trip."

Now introduce the situation "Tom is asking how old people are…"
Have students call out the objects and people they can see.
Listen and read.
+ What is the question in the dialogue ? “ How old is she?”
3. Practice
Task 2: Listen and write the number

Play audio and demonstrate the activity using the example.

Play audio and have students listen and write the number.

Play audio again and check answers as a whole class.
Task 3: Ask and answer

Say the structure : How old is she / he ? She’s / He’s……
How old are they? They’re……..

Pair work : Correction
4. Production
Task 4: Count and write C /WB
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 Look at the symbols and count

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Write the numbers.
Task 5: Look and write D/ WB

Look at the number and write the answer about the age.

Correct mistakes.
V. Homework
Ask your friend’s age.
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Week:2
Period : 6
THEME 1: NUMBER
Lesson 2: ( P3 – C.D.E )
I. Objectives : By the end of the lesson, students will be able to:
 Count from 1020 and talk about people’s age.
*Moral lesson: You should know your age and members’ age in your family.
II. Language contents:
1. Vocabulary : zero, one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine
2. Sentence pattern: How old is she / he ?How old are they ?
She’s / He’s …… . They’re……
III. Teaching Aids:
CD tracks 13– 15.
 Flash cards: ten, eleven, twelve, thirteen, fourteen, fifteen, sixteen, seventeen, eighteen,
nineteen, twenty
IV. Procedure:
1.Warmer: Guessing
Show some flash card and ask students to guess how old the people were.
Students can guess the age from 1 to 20.
2.Presentation
Task 1: Listen .
 Ask students to listen to the song.
 Play audio and have students point to the pictures in Part A.
3. Practice
Task 2: Listen and sing along.
 Play the audio and students listen carefully.
 Clap the hands with the tune.
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 Divide the class into two groups, group A sings the questions, group B sings the answers.
 Swap roles and repeat.
Task 3: Listen and reapeat.
 Focus on the example sentence and briefly explain the focus.
 Tell students they must listen and notice the pronunciation feature.
 Play the audio once and draw attention to the pronunciation feature.
 Play the audio again. Have students listen and repeat with a focus on the feature.
Task 4: Listen and circle.
 Have students look at the pictures and listen.
 Circle the right number.
 Correction .
Task 5: Point, ask and answer.
 Show to students the way to make question: boy – he / girl – she / plural – they.
 Model : 1. Boy: How old is he? He’s….
 Look at the pictures with the circle, ask and answer about the people’s age in the pictures. ( TSs / pair)
4. Production
Task 6: Game “ Tic, tac, toe ”
 Divide the class into groups of four, with two students in each team.
 Have teams play rock, paper, scissors. The winning team chooses a square, asks and answers.
 Have the teams take turns.
 Swap roles and repeat until the game is finished.
 V. Homework

Ask and answer about your friend’s parents’ age.
V. Comments
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Week: 2
THEME 1: NUMBER
Period: 7
Lesson 3: ( P1 – A,WB (A,B) )
I. Objectives : By the end of the lesson, students will be able to:
 Count from 30100 and do simple math.
II. Language contents:
1. Vocabulary: thirty, forty, fifty, sixty, seventy, eighty, ninety,one hundred.
2. Sentence pattern:
III. Teaching Aids:
CD tracks 16.
 Flash cards: thirty, forty, fifty, sixty, seventy, eighty, ninety,one hundred.
IV. Procedure:
a. Warmer:
 Answer the questions : How are you? What do you like? How old is your father/ mother?
What’s your telephone number? Do you like learning English?
2. Presentation:
Task 1: Listen and repeat.
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 Arrange the flashcards on the board: thirty, forty, fifty, sixty, seventy, eighty, ninety,one
hundred.
 Play audio and have students listen and repeat.
 Point to the flashcards along with the audio. Repeat several times.
Task 2: Listen, point and say.
 Play audio again and have students listen, repeat and point to the pictures in their
books.
 Change the order of the flashcards, point to them individually and have students say the words,
correct pronunciation when needed.
3. Practice
Task 3: Pair and group work
 Group work : + Group leader stand up and say the word
+ The member listen and point.
 Pair work : + One say and one point then change.
Task 4: Play game “ Jumping up ”
Hold up some pieces of paper about the number ( from 30 100 ). Say the words. If it’s right
students have to jump up and say the number. If it’s wrong, students have to stand
4. Production
Task 5: Write the words
 Do exercises in WB / 2: A : Look at the number and write the words.
B : Look at the number and draw the lines.
 Correct mistakes.
V. Homework.
 Learn the number from 30 to 100.
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Week:2
Period : 8
THEME 1: NUMBER
Lesson 3: ( P2 – B,WB (C,D) )
I. Objectives : By the end of the lesson, students will be able to:
 Count from 30100 and do simple math.
II. Language contents:
1. Vocabulary : thirty, forty, fifty, sixty, seventy, eighty, ninety,one hundred.
2. Sentence pattern: Twenty eight plus two is thirty
III. Teaching Aids:
CD tracks 17 19.
 Flash cards : From 0100.
IV. Procedure:
1.Warmer:
 Do exercises on small board : a. 12 + 7=
b. 35+ 23=
c. 36+ 24=
 Correct mistake.
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2.Presentation:
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Task 1 :Listen and read

Hold up the number 10 and 20. How old am I? “ +” plus and “ =” is

Now introduce the situation "The children are at the school fair..."
Have students call out the objects and people they can see.
Listen and read.
+ How many tickets in the conversation?
3.Practice
Task 2: Listen and write the number

Play audio and demonstrate the activity using the example.

Play audio and have students listen and write the number.

Play audio again and check answers as a whole class.
Task 3: Practice.

Draw students’ attention to the structure box.
Play audio and have students listen.

Play audio again and have students listen and repeat.
4.Production
Task 4: Read and write the answer C /WB

Read the simple exercise and write the answer.

Write the numbers.
Task 5: Look and write D/ WB

Look at the number and write in words.

Correct mistakes.
V. Homework
Think of two numbers and then ask your friend to answer this puzzle.
V. Comments
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Week: 3
Period: 9
THEME 1: NUMBER
Lesson 3: ( P3 – C,D,E )
School:
Teacher:
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School year: 20162017
I. Objectives : By the end of the lesson, students will be able to:
 Count from 30100 and do simple math.
II. Language contents:
1. Vocabulary : thirty, forty, fifty, sixty, seventy, eighty, ninety, one hundred.
2. Sentence pattern: Twenty eight plus two is thirty
III. Teaching Aids:
CD tracks 17 19.
 Flash cards : From 0100.
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IV. Procedure:
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1. Warmer: Guessing
 Stick a star on the board with some numbers.
 Guess which event goes with that number.
17
6
13
30
2
 Seventeen plus thirteen is thirty
2. Presentation
Task 1: Listen .
 Ask students to listen to the song.
 Play audio and have students point to the pictures in Part A.
3. Practice
Task 2: Listen and sing along.
 Play the audio and students listen carefully.
 Clap the hands with the tune.
 Divide the class into two groups, group A sings the questions, group B sings the answers.
 Swap roles and repeat.
Task 3: Listen and reapeat.
Focus on the example sentence and briefly explain the focus.
Tell students they must listen and notice the pronunciation feature.
Play the audio once and draw attention to the pronunciation feature.
Play the audio again. Have students listen and repeat with a focus on the feature.
Task 4: Point and say. ( pairs)
 Have students look at the numbers .
 Point and say: five plus fifteen is…..
 Correction .
4. Production
Task 5: Game “ Snake racing ”
 Divide the class into groups of four, with two students in each team.
 Have teams play rock, paper, scissors. The winning team moves forward two squares and the
losing team moves forward one space.
 Have teams take turns asking and answering. Swap roles and repeat until the game is finished.
(Rock, paper, scissors is played each turn)
 Before the end of the lesson, check the answers as a whole class.

V. Homework

Learn from 0 100.
V. Comments
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Week:3
Period : 10
THEME 1: NUMBER
Lesson 4: ( P1 – A, WB(A,B) )
I. Objectives: By the end of the lesson, students will be able to:
 Talk about the quantities of different things around them.
II. Language contents:
1. Vocabulary: square, circle, triangle, rectangle, star, oval.
2. Sentence pattern:
III. Teaching Aids:
CD tracks 2325.
 Flash cards : square, circle, triangle,rectangle, star,oval.
IV. Procedure:
1. Warmer:
 Sing a song
 Play “network” about
shapes
2. Presentation:
Task 1: Listen and repeat.
 Arrange the flashcards on the board: square, circle, triangle, rectangle, star, oval.
 Play audio and have students listen and repeat. Point to the flashcards along with
the audio. Repeat several times.
Task 2: Listen, point and say ( CD 4 track 22)
 Play audio again and have students listen, repeat and point to the pictures in their books.
 Change the order of the flashcards, point to them individually and have students say the
words, correct pronunciation when needed.
3. Practice:
Task 3: Listen, point and say ( CD 4 track 22)
 Play audio again and have students listen, repeat and point to the pictures in their books.
 Change the order of the flashcards, point to them individually and have students say the
words, correct pronunciation when needed.
Task 4: Practice the words
 Ask the children to practice 6 words in pairs by drawing the shape and ask:
What shape?
It’s square / circle….
 Have some students ask and answer in front of the class.
4. Production:
Task 5: .Play the “Guess” game
Arrange the flashcards on the board and write a number under each card. Have students
look at the flashcards for the count of ten. Turn the flashcards over facing the board when the
students are not looking.
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 Call out a number and have students take turns to guess the face down card. Turn the card
over after each guess.
Task 6: Complete the words
 Have students do exercises A, B/ WB/8
 Do exercises in WB / 2: A : Look at the number and write the words.
B : Look at the shapes and write.
 Correct mistakes.
V. Homework.
 Learn the shapes.
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Week:3
Period : 11
THEME 1: NUMBER
Lesson 4: ( P2 – B, W(C,D) )
I. Objectives : By the end of the lesson, students will be able to:
 Talk about the quantities of different things around them.
II. Language contents:
1. Vocabulary : square, circle, triangle, rectangle, star, oval.
2. Sentence pattern: How many circles can you see?
I can see six circles.
III. Teaching Aids:
CD tracks 2325
 Flash cards : square, circle, triangle,rectangle, star,oval.
IV. Procedure:
1. Warmer:
Look and match
20
A.Seventy eight circle.
2.Presentation:
plus 34
is …..
B. Twelve triangles
11
plus 67
is …..
C. Fifty four stars
Task 1: Listen and read (CD4 Track 23)
 Review the story from the previous lesson "The family were at the school fair”
 Now introduce the situation "The children visit Lucy's art class..."
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 Have students call out the objects and people they can see.
 Have students listen and read.
Task 2: Listen and number (CD4 Track 24)
 Play audio and demonstrate the activity using the example.
 Play audio and have students listen and number.
 Play audio again and check answers as a whole class.
3. Practice:
Task 3: Practice the structure (CD4 – Track 25)
 Draw students’ attention to the structure box.
How many circles?
What is Alfie doing?
 Play audio again and have students listen and repeat.
 Play audio and have students listen.
4. Production:
Task 5: Look and circle.
 Have students do exercise B/9 WB
Task 6: Look and write
 Have students look at the pictures, count the shapes, make question and answer.
 Change the books and check.
5. Homework:
 Practice the structures.
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Week:3
Period : 12
THEME 1: NUMBER
Lesson 4: ( P3 –C,D,E)
I. Objectives : By the end of the lesson, students will be able to:
 Talk about the quantities of different things around them.
II. Language contents:
1. Vocabulary : square, circle, triangle, rectangle, star, oval.
2. Sentence pattern: How many circles can you see?
I can see six circles.
III. Teaching Aids:
CD tracks 2627.
 Flash cards : square, circle, triangle,rectangle, star,oval.
IV. Procedure:
1.Warmer : Sing a song.
2. Presentation

Task 1: Listen .
Ask students to listen to the song.
Play audio and have students point to the pictures in Part A.
3.Practice
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Task 2: Listen and sing along.
 Play the audio and students listen carefully.
 Clap the hands with the tune.
 Divide the class into two groups, group A sings the questions, group B sings the answers.
 Swap roles and repeat.
Task 3: Listen and reapeat.
 Focus on the example sentence and briefly explain the focus.
 Tell students they must listen and notice the pronunciation feature.
 Play the audio again. Have students listen and repeat with a focus on the feature.
Task 4: Point and say. ( pairs/ groups)
 Have students look at the shapes and count.
 Point and say: How many triangles / squares… can you see? / I can see…. squares/ triangles.
4.Production
Task 5: Game “ Memory ”
 Demonstrate the game.
 Devide class into pairs.
 Have Student A look at the picture in Part D while Student B counts to 10.
 Have Student B ask “How many_______ can you see?” Have Student A answer with
“I can see ______ ______.”
 Swap roles and repeat.
 Afterwards, have some pairs demonstrate the activity in front of the class.
V. Homework: Count how many squares can you see in your house?
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Week:4
Period : 13
THEME 1: NUMBER
Lesson 5: ( P1 – A, WB(A,B) )
I. Objectives : By the end of the lesson, students will be able to:
 Say thank you, offer food and drink, accept/refuse an offer and talk about food and drink
they like.
*Moral lesson: You should choose the healthy food for you and your family.
II. Language contents:
1. Vocabulary : milk, juice , water, chicken, beef, chocolate.
2. Sentence pattern:
III. Teaching Aids:
 CD tracks 28.
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 Flash cards : milk, juice , water, chicken, beef, chocolate.
IV. Procedure:
 Warmer: Play “network” with some healthy food. List some names of healthy food.
4. Presentation:
Task 1: Listen and repeat.
 Have students name some famous places in Vietnam.
 Arrange the flashcards on the board: milk, juice , water, chicken, beef, chocolate.
 Play audio and have students listen and repeat. Point to the flashcards along with
the audio. Repeat several times.
Task 2: Listen, point and say (track 28)
 Play audio again and have students listen, repeat and point to the pictures in their books.
 Change the order of the flashcards, point to them individually and have students say the
words, correct pronunciation when needed.
3. Practice:
Task 3: Look and write. (A/WB/10)
 Ask the children to practice the words in pairs.
 Write in the squares
Task 4: Look and find the words. ( B/WB/10)
 Have students look at the words.
 Find the words they’ve learnt and circle.
4.Production
Task 5: Play the “Word Tennis” game.
 Have one student come to the front and play "Tennis" with you.
 As you say a word hit it to the student and have the student respond with another word and
hit it back to you.
 Divide the class into pairs and have them play with each other. Have some pairs demonstrate
the activity in front of the class.
5. Homework:
 Practice the words.
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Week:4
Period : 14
THEME 1: NUMBER
Lesson 5: ( P2 – B (WB C,D) )
I. Objectives : By the end of the lesson, students will be able to:
 Say thank you, offer food and drink, accept/refuse an offer and talk about food and drink
they like.
*Moral lesson: You should choose the healthy food for you and your family.
II. Language contents:
1. Vocabulary : milk, juice , water, chicken, beef, chocolate.
2. Sentence pattern: Would you like some chicken? Yes, a lot, please.
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Would you like some chocolate? No, thank you.
III. Teaching Aids:
 CD tracks 2930.
 Flash cards : milk, juice , water, chicken, beef, chocolate.
IV. Procedure:
1.
2.
Warmer:
Sing a song
Play “ slap the board” with the words : milk, juice , water, chicken, beef, chocolate.
Presentation:
Task 1: Listen (Track 29):
 Introduce the topic “Value: Be polite.”
 Name some food in the picture.
Task 2: Listen and put a ( or a (Track 29):
 Play audio and demonstrate the activity using the example.
 Play audio and have students put a tick or a cross in the box.
 Play audio again and check answers as a whole class.
3. Practice:
Task 3: Listen and repeat.
 Have students look at the useful language box.
 Have students listen to audio and repeat.
Task 4: Look and write
 Have students look at the pictures and make questions then answer
 Write on the book.
3. Production:
Task 5: Take a survey
Name
Food
Yes
No
 Have students go around and make question what food they like and dislike.
 Ask their friends and write down then go on the board and retell.
 ML: You should choose the healthy food for you and your family.
V. Homework:
 Practice the structures.
VI. COMMENTS:
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Week:4
Period : 15
THEME 1: NUMBER
Lesson 5: ( P3 – READING SPEAKING )
I. Objectives : By the end of the lesson, students will be able to:
 Say thank you, offer food and drink, accept/refuse an offer and talk about food and drink
they like.
*Moral lesson: You should choose the healthy food for you and your family.
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II. Language contents:
1. Vocabulary : milk, juice , water, chicken, beef, chocolate.
2. Sentence pattern: Would you like some chicken? Yes, a lot, please.
Would you like some chocolate? No, thank you.
III. Teaching Aids:
IV. Procedure:
1.Warmer: Play “ Who is quicker?”
 Give some pictures about food and drinks.
 Divide class into 2 groups.
 Students have to take pictures and stick them on the board in right column
 The winner is the group stick on the board right and fast.
Healthy
Not healthy
2.Pre reading:
Task 1: Look and answer
 Have students look at the conversation and answer:
How many people are talking in the conversation?
Does Phong like eating chicken?
What does Kim like drinking orange juice?
 Have students look at the book and read.
3. While reading:
Task 2: Role play
 Have students read the conversation
 Role play.
 Demonstrate the activity using the example.
 Have students read the statements and circle True for a correct statement and circle False for an
incorrect statement.
Task 3: Fill in the blanks
 Have students read the conversation again and then fill in the blanks.
a. Kim would like some……………………
b. ……………… is Kim’s favourite drink.
c. Phong would like ………………………, too.
d. Kim wouln’t like ……………………..
 Get feedback
4. Post – reading:
Task 4: Speaking. Point, ask and answer.
 Demonstrate the activity using the example.
 Divide the class into pairs.
 Have Student A point and ask and have Student B answer.
 Swap roles and repeat.
 Afterwards, have some students demonstrate the activity in front of the class
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Task 5: Write
 Demonstrate the activity.
 Divide the class into pairs.
 Have Student A ask and Student B answer. Have students write the answers.
 Swap roles and repeat. Afterwards, have some students read their sentences in front of the
class.
 ML: You should choose the healthy food for you and your family.
V. Homework:
 Practice the structures.
VI. COMMENTS:
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Week:4
THEME 1: NUMBER
Period : 16
Lesson 6: ( P1 – LISTENING,WB A )
I. Objectives : By the end of the lesson, students will be able to:
 Review all the new words from lesson 1 to lesson 5.
II. Language contents:
1. Vocabulary : From lesson 1to lesson 5.
2. Sentence pattern: From lesson 1to lesson 5.
III. Teaching Aids:
 CD track 31
IV. Procedure:
1. Warmer:
 Play “bingo” with the words from lesson 15.
5. Presentation:
Task 1:Review vocabulary.
 Have students review all vocabs by playing game “network”
numbers
Food and
drinks
 Read all the words.
 Some students say the words in front of the class.
Task 2: Review structures
 Ask students names of people
 Answer some questions:  Who’s he/ she? – She’s / He’s…..
 Can you guess how old is she / he? …. He’s/ She …..
 Have students review the structures:
6. Practice:
Task 3: Listen and draw lines (CD 31)
 Have students listen to the audio and draw lines.
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Play audio again and check answers as a whole class.
Some pairs of students say in front of the class.
Task 4: Look and write the words WB/A/12.
 Demonstrate the activity using the example.
 Have students look at the pictures,
 Write the words.
4. Production:
Task 5: Play game “Slap the board”
 Divide class into 2 groups.
 Stick words and picture on the board.
 Call out the word. Student in two groups have to go quickly and slap the board.
V. Homework:
 Practice the words and structures.
VI. COMMENTS:
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Week:5
THEME 1: NUMBER
Period : 17
Lesson 6: ( P2 – READING & WRITING )
I. Objectives : By the end of the lesson, students will be able to:
 Review all the new words from lesson 1 to lesson 5.
II. Language contents:
1. Vocabulary : From lesson 1to lesson 5.
2. Sentence pattern: From lesson 1to lesson 5.
III. Teaching Aids:
IV. Procedure:
1. Warmer
Task 1: Matching
 Put the flashcards (party objects) on the board.
 Ask students to choose the correct flashcard and stick it by the word. Then get students to
read all the words.
2.Presentation:
Task 1: Review vocabulary.
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 Have students review all vocabs by playing game “ Slap the board”: vocabs from lessons 15
 Read all the words.
 Some students say the words in front of the class.
3.Practice
Task 3:Reading and writing.
 Demonstrate the activity using the example on the board. Write the mixed up letters on the
board, then write the word “twelve” next to the letters, cross out each letter once they have
been put in the correct order.
 Have students look at the mixed up letters and the pictures of numbers. Have students spell
the numbers in the spaces provided.
 Check answers as a whole class.
 Afterwards, have some students demonstrate spelling the words in front of the class.
Task 4: Listen, sing along (track 32 )
 Have students turn their Student’s Book to page 17.
 Read lyrics as a whole class.
 Play audio again and have students listen and sing along.
 Practice the song in groups of four.
4. Production
Task 5: “ Guessing” game.
 Ask a child to choose one of the flashcards of special days. They cannot show you but can
show the class. You have 10 questions to guess what is on the flashcard. You can only ask
Yes/No questions e.g. Can you eat it? Is it colorful? Can you see it in the classroom? If you
guess before 10 questions you win!
V. Homework:
Practice the words and structures.

VI. COMMENTS:
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Week:5
THEME 1: NUMBER
Period : 18
Lesson 6: ( P3 – WB.B )
I. Objectives : By the end of the lesson, students will be able to:
 Review all the new words from lesson 1 to lesson 5.
II. Language contents:
1. Vocabulary : From lesson 1to lesson 5.
2. Sentence pattern: From lesson 1to lesson 5.
III. Teaching Aids:
IV. Procedure:
1.Warmer
Task 1: Memory Game
Ask SS to work in groups of 4. Give each group a set of the memory cards cut up.
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 SS place the cards face down and take it in turns to turn over 2 cards. If the word and the
picture match, they keep the cards, if they don’t match, they put them back down. The winner
is the child with the most cards.
2. Presentation
Task 2: Play the board game

Demonstrate playing the game.
Divide the class into groups of four with two students in each team.
Have teams play rock, paper, scissors. The winning team goes forward two spaces and the
losing team goes forward one space.
 Have students match the symbol to the structure and ask and answer or practice (if the
question or answer is incorrect, that team moves back one space).
 Swap roles and repeat until the game is finished (rock, paper, scissors is played each turn).
 Before the end of the lesson, check the answers as a whole class.
7. Practice
Task 3: Look and read. Put a tick ( ) or cross ( ) in the box (WB.B/13 )

Have students look at the exercise.

Answer all the questions in the book.

Check and call some students answer the correct mistakes.
Task 4: I can” statements
 Read the statements and give an example for each.
 In pairs, have students give a few more examples of each aim, then briefly practice.
 Ask students to color one, two or three stars, to show how well they can perform the tasks.
(3 stars = Great; 2 stars = Good; 1 star = Needs more study)
 For students with two or fewer stars, recommend that they review the theme at home, or do
the Workbook or Activity MultiROM (if they have it).
8. Production
Task 5: Play Pass the Flashcards.

Give a flashcard to a child at the front and say the activity e.g. She’s eight years old/ I can
see 6 triangles / It’s 0198 789 876….

They repeat the phrase and pass it to the next child who says the phrase and passes it on
around the class.

Give out another to a child at the back and repeat the procedure. Give out the rest to children
in different places in the room until you have a chain of 10 cards going around the room.

V. Homework:
Practice the words and structures.
VI. COMMENTS:
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Week:5
Period : 19
School year: 20162017
THEME 2: SCHOOL.
Lesson 1: ( P1 – A + WB (A,B) )
I. Objectives : By the end of the lesson, students will be able to:
 Identify and talk about the location of school objects
*Moral lesson: You should keep your room, your class tidy.
II. Language contents:
1. Vocabulary : under, behind, next to, between, in front of
2. Sentence pattern:
III. Teaching Aids:
 CD track 33
 Flash cards : under, behind, next to, between, in front of
IV. Procedure:
1.Warmer
Task 1: Review vocabulary from the last lesson.
 Ask 10 children to come to the board and put them in 2 lines facing the board. Show the first child
in each line a flashcard and they run to the board and write the word. The first team to write it
correctly gets a point.
2. Presentation
Task 1: Listen and repeat.
 Arrange the flashcards on the board: under, behind, next to, between, in front of
 Play audio and have students listen and repeat.
 Point to the flashcards along with the audio. Repeat several times.
Task 2: Listen , ponit and say.
Play audio again and have students listen, repeat and point to the pictures in their books.
 Change the order of the flashcards, point to them individually and have students say the words,
correct pronunciation when needed.
3. Practice
Task 3: Pair and group work
 Group work : + Group leader stand up and say the word
+ The member listen and point.
 Pair work : + One say and one point then change.
Task 4: Play game “Game Jump”
Hold up the flashcards and say the words  If the picture and the word correctly match, students
jump. If not, they say No and say the correct word.
4. Production
Task 5: Trace and draw the lines
 Do exercises in WB /14: A : Trace and draw lines.
B : Look and read. Put a tick ( ) or cross ( ) in the box
 Correct mistakes.
V. Homework.
 Learn the number from 0 to 9.
VI. Comments
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Week:5
Period : 20
THEME 2: SCHOOL.
Lesson 1: ( P2 – B+ WB (C,D) )
I. Objectives : By the end of the lesson, students will be able to:
 Identify and talk about the location of school objects
*Moral lesson: You should keep your room, your class tidy.
II. Language contents:
1. Vocabulary : under, behind, next to, between, in front of
2. Sentence pattern: Put the (bag) (under) the (table), please
III. Teaching Aids:
 CD track 34 36.
 Flash cards : under, behind, next to, between, in front of
IV. Procedure:
1.Warmer : Game ‘Word chain’
 Play a game of using flashcards in previous lesson.
 Energize the class and revise the vocabulary from the previous lesson.
2. Presentation
Task 1 :Listen and read (track 34 )

Using the picture and ask some questions : + Who are talking? ( Tom and Alfie )
+ Is Tom’s room tidy?
+ What are there in Tom’s room?

Listen and read.
5. Practice
Task 2: Listen and number (track 35)

Play audio and demonstrate the activity using the example.

Play audio and have students listen and number.

Play audio again and check answers as a whole class.
Task 3: Listen and repeat.( track 36 )

Draw students’ attention to the structure box.

Play audio and have students listen.

Play audio again and have students listen and repeat.
6. Production
Task 4: Look and circle C /WB/ 15

Observe and circle the right word.

Pair correction.
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Task 5: Write D/ WB/15

Look at the pictures and write.

Correct mistakes.
ML: You should keep your room or your school tidy.
V. Homework
Answer: Where is your bed ?
VI. Comments
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Week:6
Period : 21
THEME 2: SCHOOL.
Lesson 1: ( P3 – C,D,E )
I. Objectives : By the end of the lesson, students will be able to:
 Identify and talk about the location of school objects
*Moral lesson: You should keep your room, your class tidy.
II. Language contents:
1. Vocabulary : under, behind, next to, between, in front of
2. Sentence pattern: Put the (bag) (under) the (table), please
III. Teaching Aids:
 CD track 37 39.
IV. Procedure:
1.Warmer : Sing a song
2. Presentation.
Task 1: Matching
Hang a picture on the board.
 Ask students to go to the board and stick some things in the pictures.
Ex: Put the bag on the table / put the chair next to the cupboard…
3.Practice
Task 2: Listen and sing along (track 37 )
Play the audio and students listen carefully.
 Clap the hands with the tune.
 Sing along to the song. ( group/ pair )
Task 3: Listen and draw lines.
 Demonstrate the activity using the example.
 Play audio and have students listen and draw lines.
 Play audio and check answers as a whole class.
Task 4: Point and say.
Divide the class into pairs.
 Have Student A point  Student B say.
 Swap roles and repeat.
 Afterwards, have some pairs demonstrate the activity in front of the class.
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