English 9 Unit 2 lesson 1 Listen and read

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welcome to our class Teacher : Nguyen Thi Kim Thanh

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AO DAI

CLOTHING : 

CLOTHING UNIT 2 : Period : 7 Lesson 1: Getting started - Listen and Read Getting started. Saturday, September 17th, 2011

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a. Japan/Kimono b. Vietnam/Ao dai c. Scotland/Kilt c. India/Sari d.The USA/Jeans e. Arabia/ Veil 1 3 2 4 5 6 Getting started. Decide where each person come from and what he / she is wearing ( Matching)

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A long silk tunic : Tà áo dài (to) slit –slit-slit : xẻ II.Listen and read 1,New words

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Designers have added these to the Ao dai. hoa văn patterns - Patterns: hoa văn Lesson 1: Getting Started – Listen and read I, Getting Started II, Listen and Read 1, Vocabularies:

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ex: Ao dai is a traditional dress of Vietnamese people. - Patterns: hoa văn - Unique (adj.):duy nhất, độc đáo unique Lesson 1: Getting Started – Listen and read I. Getting Started II. Listen and Read 1.Vocabularies: - A long silk tunic : Áo lụa dài, rộng - Slit – slit – slit : xẻ

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- Patterns (n) hoa văn - Unique (adj.):duy nhất, độc đáo striped - Stripe (n)- Striped(adj): sọc Lesson 1: Getting Started – Listen and read I, Getting Started II. Listen and Read 1, Vocabs: - A long silk tunic : Áo lụa dài, rộng - Slit – slit – slit : xẻ - Slit (n) : đường xẻ

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The designers have taken inspiration from Vietnam’s ethnic minorities. Lesson 1: Getting Started – Listen and read I, Getting Started II. Listen and Read 1, Vocabs:

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- Pattern (n) hoa văn - Unique (adj.):duy nhất, độc đáo - Striped:(adj) sọc Ethnic minorities:dân tộc thiểu số Lesson 1: Getting Started – Listen and read I. Getting Started II. Listen and Read 1. Vocabularies: - A long silk tunic : Áo lụa dài, rộng - Slit – slit – slit : xẻ / slit (n): đường xẻ - (to) take inspiration from …: lấy cảm hứng từ… CLOTHING UNIT 2 : - Loose pants (n) : quần dài rộng

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ex: To Huu is a great in Vietnamese Literature. He has many famous poet poems. Lesson 1: Getting Started – Listen and read I. Getting Started II. Listen and Read 1. Vocabularies: Tố Hữu

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hoa văn duy nhất, độc đáo - Stripe (n)- Striped (adj): - Ethnic minorities: - Poet (n): nhà thơ – Poem (n):bài thơ - Poetry (n) : thơ ca Lesson 1: Getting Started – Listen and read I. Getting Started II. Listen and Read 1. Vocabularies: - Pattern (n): - Unique (adj.): sọc Các dân tộc thiểu số - A long silk tunic : Áo lụa dài, rộng - Slit – slit – slit : xẻ / slit (n): đường xẻ - (to) take inspiration from …: lấy cảm hứng từ… - Loose pants : quần dài rộng loose (adj): rộng thùng thình

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hoa văn duy nhất, độc đáo - Stripe (n): - Ethnic minorities: - Poet (n): Lesson 1: Getting Started – Listen and read I, Getting Started II. Listen and Read 1, Vocabs: - Pattern (n): - Unique (adj.): sọc dân tộc thiểu số nhà thơ - A long silk tunic: - Slit – slit – slit : - Loose pants : Áo lụa dài, rộng xẻ quần dài rộng

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- Patterns (n) hoa văn - Unique (adj.):duy nhất, độc đáo - Stripe: (n) sọc - Ethnic minorities:dân tộc thiểu số - Poet (n) nhà thơ Lesson 1: Getting Started – Listen and read I, Getting Started II. Listen and Read 1, Vocabs: - A long silk tunic : Áo lụa dài, rộng - Slit – slit – slit : xẻ ->Loose pants : quần dài rộng

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Lesson 1: Getting Started – Listen and read I, Getting Started : II. Listen and Read: 1, Vocabs: 2, Listening:

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lines of poetry on it. to wear modern clothes at work. symbols such as suns, stars, crosses and stripes. poems, novels and songs. long silk tunic with slits up Lesson 1: Getting Started – Listen and read I, Getting Started II. Listen and Read 1. Vocabs: 2. Listening: 3. Reading: a> Complete the sentences: the sides worn over loose pants./ a long silk tunic that is slit on the sides and worn over loose pants.

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Who used to wear the ao dai by tradition ? Traditionally, men and women used to wear the ao dai. Lesson 1: Getting Started – Listen and read I, Getting Started II. Listen and Read 1, Vocabs: 2, Listening: 3, Reading: a, Complete the sentences: b,Answer the questions

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Because it is more convenient. 2. Why do the majority of Vietnamese women prefer to wear modern clothing at work these days? Lesson 1: Getting Started – Listen and read I, Getting Started II. Listen and Read 1. Vocabulary: 2. Listening: 3. Reading: a> Complete the sentences: b> Answer the question:

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They have printed lines of poetry on it or have added symbols such as suns, stars, crosses and stripes to the ao dai. 3. What have fashion designers done to modernize the ao dai ? Lesson 1: Getting Started – Listen and read I, Getting Started II. Listen and Read 1, Vocabs: 2, Listening: 3, Reading: a, Complete the sentences: b, Answer the question:

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Lesson 1: Getting Started – Listen and read I, Getting Started II. Listen and Read 1, Vocabs: 2, Listening: 3, Reading: a, Complete the sentences: b, Answer the question: 1,Who used to wear the ao dai by tradition ? Traditionally, men and women used to wear the ao dai. 2. Why do the majority of Vietnamese women prefer to wear modern clothing at work these days? Because it is more convenient. 3. What have fashion designers done to modernize the ao dai ? They have printed lines of poetry on it or have added Symbols such as suns, starts, crosses and stroped to the ao dai

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Lesson 1: Getting Started – Listen and read I, Getting Started II. Listen and Read 1, Vocabs: 2, Listening: 3, Reading: a, Complete the sentences: b, Answer the question: 4, Language note: Use: to express an action started from the past to present and even lasts to the future. Eg: . . . . . . musicians have mentioned the ao dai in poems. - Some have printed lines of poetry on the ao dai Other designers have taken inspiration from Vietnam’ ethnic minorities . . . . . . . . .etc . . . Form: Subject + have / has + Past participle. The present perfect tense (Thì hiện tại hoàn thành)

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Discussion Do you like wearing Ao dai or modern clothing (a suit)? Why? Why not?

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HOMEWORK: Learn vocabulary by heart. Write a short paragraph discribing “ao dai” you like.

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Thanks for your attendance Goodbye!