Show and tell the students the learning goals for them and make possible explanations
Students listen to the teacher and have an idea of what they are going to learn in this class.
To make the students know what they are to learn in this class
1). Show some pictures with beautiful scenery
2) Ask the students two questions:
Are they attractive?
Where do you want to travel? – I dream about traveling…
1.) Students appreciate those pictures
2) Students answer teacher’s questions and practice the sentence pattern “I dream about traveling in/to…”
1). To arouse students’ interest
2) To practice a sentence pattern
1). Show the title of the reading passage
2). Ask the students whether this passage is about the whole process of the journey.
3). Ask the students how to skim.
4) Tell the students the skill of skimming on the screen
1) Students answer the question after they read the subtitle of this part.
2). Students tell how to skim.
1) To make the students pay attention to the subtitle, which can tell the main idea of the passage.
2) To review how to skim
1) Ask the students to skim more—to find out the main idea of each paragraph.
1) Students tell the main idea of each paragraph
1) To practice how to skim
With four questions, teacher asks the students to scan paragraph 1
Ask students how the scan
Show the skills of scanning on the screen
Students scan paragraph 1, and answer the four questions
Students tell how to scan
To review how to scan
To practice how to scan
1) Ask the students to scan paragraph 2 and find out what different attitudes Wang Kun and Wang Wei have, and then finish the table
1) Students scan paragraph 2 and finish the table
1) To practice how to scan
1) Provide the students with a picture which describes a geographic word as well as a few sentences about the flow of the Mekong river on each slide and ask them to read the sentences.
2) Ask the students to match each geographic word to the proper meanings
1) Students read the sentences loudly together and look at the pictures and the related geographic words in the meanwhile.
2) Students do the matching work
1) To better know how the Mekong river flows
2) To help the students better learn the geographic words which are new to them
3) To check how the students understand the new words
Review the structure of the passage together with the students and show some key words on the screen
Provide the students with some words and phrases which are the new words in this unit
Ask them to retell the main content of the passage in groups
With the teacher, students review the structure of the passage
Retell the main content of the passage in groups
To help students form the schema of the passage by reviewing the structure of it
To know the content of the passage better as well as to create more chances for the students to use the new words
1) Ask the students what they learn from the story
2) Give the students some useful and related proverbs
1) Students share their opinions with the group members what they have learned from the story.
2) Students read the proverbs loudly together.
1) To encourage students to form their own views and share them with others
2) To learn some useful proverbs
1) Summarize this class by showing the learning goals again
1) Students review what they have learned by reading the learning goals on the screen.
1) To help students review what they have learned in this class
manage; wave; nod; realize; agreement, disagreement; while, manners; communicate; make sb….;body language; one another; not all…
May / Could / Can I do that?
I wonder if I can do that.
Would / Do you mind if I come earlier?
Will you tell me if can go now?
Yes, please. / Of course. / Sure. / Certainly.
Go ahead, please.
That’s all right. / OK.
It’s all right to me.
I’m sorry, but it’s not allowed here.
You’d better not.
I’m afraid not. It’s not right.
This lesson is to use offer help and how to accept and refuse help. While the Ss learn about the way of expression from the dialogue. Give some phrases to practise how to use and grasp better the ability.
This two materials about body language and train the Ss' abilities of reading and speaking. Though reading the passages, the main idea is to have difference body languages of the countries. For example; welcome, agreement and disagreement, no, yes, happy, so on. Meanwhile the two passages offer the Ss the opportunity to talk about the body language of China , British and other counties.
The teacher give the Ss the questions bout the dialogue firstly. For example: If you need some help , how do you offer them to help? So on.
The teacher help the Ss to listen in order to understand well, after that the Ss speak and talk each other according the content of the dialogue., So the teacher organize some students to play a role about offers, or divide a few groups to discuss. Finally the teacher summarize the useful expression of the dialogue.
1. Students are able to learn more about nonverbal humour as well as Charlie Chaplin through network-based.
2. Students are able to get the gen eral idea and detailed information of the passage by skimming, scanning as well as interpreta tion and appreciation.
3. Students will learn to face difficulties in life with optimism and humour as well as learn to cooperate with others in groups.
Teaching difficult points
1. How to guide students to search for and sort out related information according to the assigned task through the Internet.
2. How to cu ltivate students’ learning ability through teamwork based on network.
Teaching important points
1. Help students to get the general idea and detailed information of the text effectively by skimming and scanning.
2. Help students to analyze the reasons for Charlie Chaplin’s success by interpreting the key sentences and get them inspired.
2.The Purpose of Activities
Students are to appreciate a video clip performed by Mr. Bean.
Students will be guided to acquire the form of nonverbal humour in a vivid way,
thus eage r to learn about the main character of the text with interest.
Network-based Interactive Learning(25 mins)
(1).Students are divided into five groups to search for and sorted out the related information according to the assigned task online
(2)A representative of each group is to share the information with the others.
2.the Purpose of Activities
Students will develop their ability to effectively sort out information on the Internet throug h group cooperation as well as feel a sense of achievement by their oral presentation.
Step3 Text-based Reading(17 mins)
Students’ Activities 1. Students are to read the text quickly, and then answer the questions according to the text. 2. Read Paragraph 3 carefully, and then answer the question ---Why did “the little tramp”become Charlie Chaplin’ famous character ?3. Read Paragraph 4 and fill in the blanks
。4. Find out the sentences that can account for Charlie Chaplin’s success from the text.
2.The Purpose of Activities
(1)Students will get the general idea as well as the structu re of the text by skimming.
(2)Students will get the detailed information and have a deeper understanding of the text.
(3) Students will get inspired while analyzing the secret to Charlie Chaplin’s success by interpre ting and appreciating some key sentences in the text.
Step 5 Homework
1. Students are to read the text carefully again and underline the phrases and sentences difficult to understand after class.
2. Write a summary (about 130 words).
Unit 1 Good Friends
Teaching aims and demands:
a. Achieve language skills and related knowledge about the topic of friends and friendship;
b. Learn to express likes and dislikes and make apologies:
c. Vocabulary in this unit:
the words and expressions listed on the teacher’s book
Direct and indirect speech
Step 1 Presentation and discussion (warm-up)
Put some new words on the blackboard and tell them something about a friend.
Kind honest brave loyal happy wise strong
beautiful handsome rich smart funny
Then ask some questions around the class and discuss with them.
What should a good friend be like?
What qualities should a good friend have?
Should they be funny, smart and strong?
Step 2 Reading
Ask the students to read the dialogue in the part SPEAKING. Ask some questions:
1.What doesn’t John like?
2.What does Joe think of music and skiing?
And then fill in the form on page 3.
Then ask the students to express their ideas freely. Encourage the students to say more about friends.
Ask the students to listen to the tape and fill in the blanks in the listening part.
Step 4 Talking/Practice
Ask the students to page 85. Make a similar dialogue as in exercise 2.
Some useful expressions :
Why did you…? Why didn’t you…? You said that you would…
Please forgive me. You promised to … I’m very sorry… It won’t happen again. I forgot.
Step 5 Homework
Finish Exercise 3 in the workbook.
Ask several students to present a speech about friends as a revision.
Step 2 Pre-reading
Present the students a picture to illustrate the situation on a lonely island. Ask them to list three items in the box and ask them to give the reasons using the sentences listed on page3.
Step 3 Reading
Before asking the students to read the text, first give the students a brief introduction about Tom Hanks, his films and the film Cast Away.
Then students read the text, and answer the following questions.
1.How does Chuck Noland come to a deserted island?
2. In order to survive on the island alone, what does he need to learn?
3. What does he understand at last?
4. For us, what lesson we can learn from Chuck?
At the same time explain the language points if necessary.
Step 4 Post-reading
Discuss the following questions in the Part POST-READING.
Step 5 Homework
Prepare a talk about Tom Hanks or something about one of his film.
Step 1 Revision
Get the students to give a talk about Tom Hanks or something about one of his films.
Step 2 Language Study
Ask the students fill in the blanks with proper words.
Step 3 Grammar
Illustrate to the students the use of Direct and Indirect Speech.
Then ask the students to do the exercise in the Part Grammar on P5.
Step 4 Practice
Ask the students to act the exercise2 in the part Grammar out.
Step 5 Homework
Ask the students to finish the exercise2 in their workbook.
Step 1 Revision
Check the homework.
Step 2 Presentation
Present simples of e-mail to get the students a general idea of e-mail.
Step 3 Explanation
Tell the students some tips of writing an e-mail by learn the above e-mail simple.
Step 4 Writing
Ask the students to write an e-mail message.
Step 5 Homework
Ask the students to try to write an e-mail to their e-pal.
(2)能力目标：让学生进一步使用恰当地阅读方式与技能，如略读(skimming)，快速阅读(fast reading)，细读(close reading)等
2. 跟读与阅读 完成导学案练习
3： 阅读过程--浅层次阅读。(Reading I)
4. 阅读过程--深层次阅读。(Reading II)
1. ____________ vt. & vi. 斗争; n.努力
2. ____________ adj. 感到满意的
3. ____________ n.自由; 自主
4. ____________ vt. & vi. 配备; 装备
5. ____________ n. 产量, 输出量
6. ____________vt. 输出 n.出口
7. ____________vt. 搞乱, 使糊涂
8. ____________ n. 补给; vt.提供
9. ____________ adj. 适当的, 相配的
10. ___________vt. 使膨胀 vi. 发展
1.We had a ___________(努力) to stop the criminal.
2. The document will be _____________ (传阅) to all members.
3. I’ll type your report if you’ll baby-sit in e_________.
4. Our farm ___________ the market with fruits and vegetables.
5. We should s__________ the results of the exam briefly and report to the headmaster.
6. Sydney’s population _____________ rapidly in the 1960s.
7. He has a ____________ (晒黑的) face and bright eyes.
8. The plane _________ speed as it was approaching the airport.
9. The workers there worked _______ crazy, with only thirty minutes’ break at noon.
10. He __________ (耕作) the farm with great success.
Comprehending：Paraphrase these sentences.
1. At that time, hunger was a disturbing problem in many parts of the countryside
2.Using his hybrid rice, farmers are producing harvests twice as large as before.
3. Thanks to his research, the UN has more tools in the battle to rid the world of hunger.
4.He would much rahter keep time for his hobbies.
1._____ your generous help, or I will not overcome the difficulty.
A.Thanks to B. Because
C. Thanks for D. Thank to
2. It is so_______ that he is always making noises.
A. disturbed B. disturbing
C. disturb D. disturbs
3. He missed the bus, for ________ he came late for work..
A. whom B. that C.where D. which