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人教版高一学习英语必修一教案

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学习英语不只是为了增长自己的见识,还应为了增加自己的能力,而随着英语的重要性越发明显,这种能力就显得越重要了。今天小编在这给大家整理了一些人教版高一学习英语必修一教案,我们一起来看看吧!

人教版高一学习英语必修一教案1

教学准备

教学目标

1. Target language 目标语言

a. 重点词汇和短语

attend, control, severe, pub, immediately, handle, instructor, pump, contribute, conclude, steam engine, virus, put forward, make a conclusion, e_pose to

b. 重点句式

To prevent this from happening again, John Snow suggested that ... P3

2. Ability goals 能力目标

Enable the students to talk about science and scientists.

3. Learning ability goals学能目标

Enable the students to learn about some famous scientists and their contributions and how to organize a scientific research.

教学重难点

Talk about science and scientists.

教学工具

A computer and a projector.

教学过程

StepⅠ Lead-in

Ask the students to think of some great inventions and inventors in history.

T: Welcome back to school, everyone. I guess most of you have enjoyed your holiday. Maybe I should say everyone has enjoyed a scientific life. Why? Because you have enjoyed the results of the science and scientists. Now can you tell me the scientists who invented the lights, the gramophone and the computer?

S1: Edison invented the lights and the gramophone.

S2: The first computer was invented by a group of American scientists.

StepⅡ Warming up

First, ask some questions about great scientists. Second, ask all the students to try the quiz and find out who knows the most.

T: You know our life is closely related to science and scientists. We benefit a lot from them. Can you name out as many scientists as possible?

S1: Newton.

S2: Watt.

S3: Franklin.

Sample answers:

1. Archimedes, Ancient Greek (287-212 BC), a mathematician.

2. Charles Darwin, Britain (1808-1882). The name of the book is Origin of Species.

3. Thomas Newcomen, British (1663-1729), an inventor of steam engine.

4. Gregor Mendel, Czech, a botanist and geneticist.

5. Marie Curie, Polish and French, a chemist and physicist.

6. Thomas Edison, American, an inventor.

7. Leonardo da Vinci, Italian, an artist.

8. Sir Humphry Davy, British, an inventor and chemist.

9. Zhang Heng, ancient China, an inventor.

10. Stepper Hawking, British, a physicist.

Step Ⅲ Pre-reading

Get the students to discuss the questions on page 1 with their partners. Then ask the students to report their work. Encourage the students to e_press their different opinions.

T: Now, class, please look at the slide. Discuss these questions with your partners. Then I’ll ask some students to report their work.

Show the following on the screen.

What do you know about infectious diseases?

What do you know about cholera?

Do you know how to prove a new idea in scientific research?

What order would you put the seven in? Just guess.

Sample answer 1:

S1: Let me try. Infectious diseases can be spread easily. They have an unknown cause and may do great harm to people.

S2: People could be e_posed to infectious diseases, so may animals, such as bird flu.

S3: AIDS, SARS are infectious diseases.

S4: Infectious diseases are difficult to cure.

Sample answer 2:

S1: Cholera is caused by a bacterium called Varian cholera.

S2: It infects people’s intestines, causing diarrhea, vomiting and leg cramps.

S3: The most common cause of cholera is people eat food or drink water that has been contaminated by the bacteria.

S4: Cholera can be mild or even without symptoms, but a severe case can lead to death without immediate treatment.

Sample answer 3:

S1: I know sth. about it. First we should find the problem. Then, think of a solution.

S2: We should collect as much information as possible.

S3: Analyzing results is the most important stage.

S4: Before we make a conclusion, it is necessary for us to repeat some stages or processes.

Sample answer 4:

S1: I think “Find a problem” should be the first stage.

S2: “Make up a question” should follow the first stage.

S3: “Think of a method”, “Collect results” and “Analyze results” are after that.

S4: Of course, before “Make a conclusion”, we should “Repeat if necessary”.

T: Well done! When we want to solve some problems, first we should find out the problem, do some research on it, prove your findings, and then make a conclusion. This is a scientific and objective way of researching. Now let’s see how doctor John Snow did his research.

Step Ⅳ Reading

Let the students skim the whole passage and try to work out the meanings of the new words and structures using conte_t.

T: The effect of cholera in the nineteenth century London was devastating. Many people died without knowing the reason. It was doctor John Snow who saved the people. Please look at the screen. Let’s read the whole passage and find answers to the questions.

Show the questions on the screen.

1. What conditions allowed cholera develop?

2. Why do you think people believed that cholera multiplied in the air without reason?

3. What evidence did John Snow gather to convince people that idea 2 was right?

Sample answers:

S1: The dirty water made the cholera develop quickly.

S2: Because people could not understand its cause and could not get it cured. So people imagined that some poisonous gas in the air caused the deaths.

S3: He found that many of the deaths were near the water pump while some areas far away from the water pump had no deaths. So when people were asked not to use the water pump, the disease began to slow down. In this way, John Snow had shown that cholera was spread by germs and not in a cloud of gas.

Step Ⅴ Te_t analyzing

Ask the students to analyze the te_t in groups.

T: Please look at the chart on the screen. The chart shows that each paragraph of the te_t e_plains John Snow’s stages in his research. Please read the te_t and find out the general idea of each paragraph and match the stage with each paragraph. Discuss it in groups, and then report your answers.

Paragraphs

Stages

General ideas

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

Sample answers:

S1: My group’s opinion is this: stage one “Find a problem” is e_pressed in paragraph one. The general idea is like this: John Snow wanted to find the causes of cholera.

S2: Our answer is like this: paragraph two e_presses the second stage “Make up a question”. The general idea is like this: John Snow wanted to prove which theory was correct.

S3: “Think of a method” is the third stage. And it is contained in paragraph three. The general idea is like this: John Snow collected data on those who were ill or died and where they got their water.

S4: The fourth stage “Collect results” lies in paragraph four. Its general idea is like this: John Snow plotted information on a map to find out where people died or did not die.

S5: Our group believe paragraph five contains the fifth stage of John Snow’s research. The general idea is like this: John Snow analysed the water to see if that was the cause of the illness. So this stage is to “Analyse the results”.

S6: The si_th stage is “Repeat if necessary”. It is contained in the si_th paragraph. The general idea is like this: John Snow tried to find other evidences to confirm his conclusion.

S7: The last paragraph is about the seventh stage “Make a conclusion”. Its general idea is like this: The polluted dirty source of drinking water was to blame for the cause of the London cholera.

Ask some students to put their answers in the chart.

Paragraph

Stages

General ideas

1

Find a problem

The causes of cholera

2

Make up a question

The correct or possible theory

3

Think of a method

Collect data on where people were ill and died and where they got their water

4

Collect results

Plot information on a map to find out where people died or did not die

5

Analyse the results

Analyse the water to see if that is the cause of the illness

6

Repeat if necessary

Find other evidences to confirm his conclusion

7

Make a conclusion

The polluted dirty source of drinking water was to blame for the cause of the London cholera

T: Now class. Can you tell me what style of the passage belongs to?

S1: I think it is a report.

T: Here are three pieces of writing. They belong to different writing styles. Now read and find out what style each piece belongs to.

Show the chart and three pieces of writing on the screen.

Report

Description

Creative writing

Formal language with few adjectives

Vivid use of words with similes and metaphors

Vivid use of language and more informal style

No speech e_cept

quotations

No speech e_cept to help the description

Speech to show feelings, reactions etc.

Not emotional

Emotional to describe atmosphere

Emotional to describe feelings

Only one main character

No characters

May have several characters

Factual

Not factual but imaginative

Imaginative but can be based on fact

Structural according to e_perimental method

Not structured

Beginning, middle, end

Past tense and passive voice

Past tense

Past tense

Making Way

Once Goethe(歌德), the great German poet,was walking in a park. He was thinking about something when he noticed he came to a very, very narrow road. Just at that time, a young man came towards him from the other end of the road. It was too narrow for both of them to pass through at the same time. They stopped and looked at each other for a while. Then the young man said rudely,“I never make way for a fool.” But Goethe smiled and said, “I always do.” Then he turned back quickly and walked towards the end of the road.

Weather Report

Here’s the weather report for the ne_t 24 hours. Beijing will be fine with the temperature from 4 to 13. Tokyo will be fine too and cloudy later in the day. The lowest temperature is l to 8. London will be rainy and windy later in the day. The highest temperature is 8 and the lowest is 4. New York will be sunny and cloudy later in the day. The temperature is 13 to 19.

Heartbeating

Put your hand to the left side of your chest. Try to feel your heartbeating. The heart takes a little rest after each pump or beat. In boys or girls of your age, heart beats about 90 times a minute. A grown-up’s heart beats about 70 or 80 times a minute. But the heartbeat is different in the same person at different times. For e_ample, the heart beats faster during e_ercise. It is also faster when a person is angry, scared, or e_cited. During sleep, the heartbeat slows down.

Sample answers:

S1: I think the first piece “Making A Way” is in a style of creative writing. The second piece belongs to a description style. The third piece belongs to a report style.

T: Very good. Now let’s return to our te_t. Who can tell me the main idea of this passage?

S2: I can. Clearly it tells us how John Snow defeated the disease cholera by doing scientific research.

StepⅥ Homework

1. Get more information about some infectious diseases and modern scientists.

2. Finish the E_ercises 1, 2, 3 on pages 3 and 4.

人教版高一学习英语必修一教案2

教学准备

教学目标

■To help students learn to e_press attitudes, agreement & disagreement and certainty

■To help students learn to read the te_t and learn to write diaries in English

■To help students better understand “friendship”

■To help students learn to understand and use some important words and e_pressions

■To help students identify e_amples of Direct Speech & Indirect Speech (I): statements and questions in the te_t

教学重难点

Words

upset, ignore, calm, concern, settle, suffer, recover, pack

E_pressions

add up, calm down, have got to, be concerned about, go through, set down, a series of, on purpose, in order to, at dusk, face to facer, no longer/ not …any longer, suffer from, get/ be tired of, pack (sth.) up, get along with, fall in love, join in

Patterns

“I don’t want to set down a series of facts in a diary as most people do,” said Anne. →Anne said that she didn’t want to set down a series of facts in a diary as most people do.

I stayed awake on purpose until half past eleven…

…it was the first time in a year and a half that I’d seen the night face to face…

教学工具

ppt

教学过程

Hello, everyone. I’m so glad to be your teacher of English. I’d like to make friends with you, to build up a close friendship with you. Today we shall take Unit 1. The topic of this unit is Friendship. What do you think friendship is?

1. Warming up

⑴ Warming up by defining friendship

Hello, everyone. I’m so glad to be your teacher of English. I’d like to make friends with you, to build up a close friendship with you. Today we shall take Unit 1. The topic of this unit is Friendship. What do you think friendship is?

Yeah, there are many e_planations about friendship. However, friendship is a relationship that can’t be restricted(限制)by definition(定义). It can only be e_perienced. True friendship can e_ist between any two souls, be it between people or animals. It can happen at any moment, to anyone. Even to lifeless things, like a diary, a ball, a friendship can happen.

Then what is your opinion about friendship?

Do you think that friendship is important to our life? Why?

⑵Warming up by learning to solve problems

Nice to meet you, class. We shall be friends from now on. For everybody needs friends. But being a good friend can sometimes be hard work. Learning how to solve problems in a friendship can make you a better friend and a happier person. Discuss the situation below and try to solve the problems wisely.

Common problems among teenagers

Solution

Some of the common problems include forgetting friends’ birthday, not keeping promises, letting out friends’ secrets and so on.

Maybe we can have a heart-to-heart talk with our friends to ask for forgiveness.

Situation 1: Friends get angry with each other when they try to talk about something difficult.

Try to understand your friend/ Try to talk about the problem in a different way.

Situation 2: Friends don’t know how to apologize

Start by telling each other that you are sorry. A simple apology is often enough and is a good starting point.

Situation 3: Some friends don’t know how to keep secrets.

Keep your secrets to yourself

Tips on being a good friend

Treat your friends the way you want to be treated. Keep secrets that are told to you.

Pay attention when your friend is talking. Keep your promises. Share things with your friend. Tell your friend the truth. Stick up for your friend.

⑶Warming up by doing a survey

Good morning, class. I am your teacher of English. Glad to be here with you. Today we shall take Unit 1 Friendship.

To be frankly, I’d like very much to keep a close friendship with you, my dear students, in the following years. How about you then? Ok, thanks. I do hope to be your good teacher as well as your helpful friend (良师益友).

Now please do the survey on page one.

Add up your score according to the scoring sheet on page 8. You don’t have to tell your results. You can just keep it a secret.

人教版高一学习英语必修一教案3

Step I.Revision

Check the homework with the whole class.

Step II. Warming up

Ask the students to read the instructions and make sure they know what to do, and then have a discussion about the two pictures.

T: Today, before we begin our reading, I’d like to ask you a question, “What is the biggest sound you have heard in your life?”

S1: The sound of wind that blew in a winter night when I was very young. It sounded like a ghost who was howling. I was very frightened at that time.

S2: The biggest noise was the one that I heard when my neighbor was quarrelling with his wife. Perhaps, they broke their TV set.

T: That’s too terrible.

S3: The noise when planes take off.

S4: The sound of trains.

T: Good! I agree that all of them are big sound. But did you once heard the sound that the heaven falls and the earth cracks, in Chinese it is 天崩地裂?

Ss: No, we have no chance to hear that.

T: If there is a sound like this, what is it?

S5: When someone hears something une_pected and terrible. For e_ample, when one of his loved families dies, he will feel this sound.

T: Terrific! You are using a literary way to e_press the sound.

S6: When an earthquake happens.

T: Great! I have waited for this answer for a long time. Today we’ll learn something about earthquakes. I think most of us have heard of earthquakes. Can you imagine how terrible it is ?

S7: The earth is shaking . All the buildings will fall down.

S8: Many people will die. And perhaps many children will lose their parents.

T: Yeah, earthquakes are disasters to everybody. Now look at the two pictures of Tangshan and San Francisco. Can you describe what you see in the pictures?

S1: Tangshan is a beautiful city. It has beautiful gardens, broad roads and some tall buildings.

S2: From the picture of San Francisco,I can see that it is a very big city. There are many tall buildings thickly standing on the earth. I think the population of the city is very large.

T: Good! What will happen if there has been a big earthquake in these two cities? Work in pairs and discuss it. Then I’ll ask so me of you to show your opinion.

Step III.Pre-reading

There are two questions in this part. Both are very interesting. The first one c

an more or less reveal the students’ values; while the second one can enlarge their imagination. No matter what their answers are, as long as they have given careful thoughts to the situations, their answers should be good.

T: Now, let’s look at the pictures. What are the predictions of an earthquake?

S1: Before an earthquake animals will become nervous. Cows, pigs, horses and dogs will be upset. And people can see mice running about. If the earthquake happens during winter, people can even see snakes.

T: Terrific! Where did you get this knowledge?

S1: From geography. I like it.

T: good. Sit down please.

S2: Madam, I don’t know the meaning of the picture with two women.

T: It doesn’t matter. You will know it soon after reading our te_t. OK. Imagine there is an earthquake now, and your home is shaking, at this moment you have no time to take any other things but one, what will it be?

S3: I’ll take all my money. People can’t live without money.

S4: I will take as much water as possible. Because it is said that people can keep alive for nearly 7 days by drinking without any food

S5: In that case, I’d rather take some apples, so that besides drinking, I can also eat.

S6: I will carry my grandma. She is my most loved person in this world. She brought me up.

T: What a dutiful child you are! I’m very glad to hear that. Sit down please! It seems that all of you know what you should do during an earthquake. OK. Let’s read our te_t, and see what it tells us.

Step IV.Reading

In this part, teacher should ask the students to read the passage quickly for the first time to get the general idea of the passage. Ask them to pay attention to the first sentence of each paragraph. This can help them finish e_ercise3 in Comprehention. It is about the main idea of each paragraph. Then ask them to read the te_t again carefully to obtain some details. Before reading for the second time, show some questions on the screen, and let the students read the questions first. These questions can guide them to have a good understanding about the te_t. They can also make preparations for E_s1-2,which are about details.

Skimming

T: At first I’d like to read the te_t quickly to get the general idea of the article. While reading, you should pay attention to the sentence of each paragraph.

T: Have you got the general idea of the te_t?

Ss: Yes.

T: What is it?

S1: There is no quick answer to this question . Are you suggesting us that the general idea is the mi_ture of the first sentences of each paragraph?

T: Sure.

S1:OK. That’s easy. The main idea of the passage is some signs of the earthquake, and what would happen during the quake.

T: Good, sit down please. In fact, while we are answering the questions, we have involved the sequence, the functional item for this unit. (Teacher writes the word on the blackboard ) Do you understand the meaning of the word?

Ss: No.

T: Sequence means the order of the events. It can tell us which event happens first, and which happens later. Do you know the sequence that is used in our te_t?

S3: Yes. At first, the te_t tells us something that happened before the quake, then it tells us the things that happened during the quake and at last it tells us the things that happened after the earthquake.

T: Quite right! Now please look at the screen, these are the first sentences of each paragraph. Read them and think if they are the main idea of the te_t. If necessary, you may make some changes to make more e_act.

Teacher shows the screen and gives a little time to think it over.

1.Strange things were happening in the countryside in the northeast Hebei.

2.The disaster happened and caused a lot of loss.

3. All hope was not lost.

Careful reading

T: Now, it’s time for us to read the te_t carefully. But before reading, you should read some questions first. These questions may help you get some information quickly and easily. Now look at the screen, and read the questions.

Show on the screen

1.What natural signs of a coming disaster were there?

2.Can you think of some reasons why these signs weren’t noticed?

3.What events probably made the disaster worse?

4.What situations probably made the disaster worse?

5.How were the survivors held?

Step V. E_tension

Show the questions on the screen.

1.From whose point of view are events described? How do you know?

2.What is the mood of this passage? How is it created?

3.Why do you think the writer chooses to e_press his feelings about the quake rather than simply reporting what had happened?

4.Why is the title A NIGHT THE EARTH DIDN’T SLEEP?

5.What does the sentence “Slowly, the city began to breathe again.” mean?

Answers:

1. He uses third-person to describe the quake. His description is very objective. For e_ample, the second sentence in the third paragraph. The writer says: “Everywhere they looked nearly everything was destroyed.” The writer uses they instead of we.

2.The mood is serious and a bit sad. It is created by giving details of how many people and animals were killed or injured, and how many buildings were destroyed.

3.Although the writer was not there, he felt sad for the people of Tangshan. He knows that some personal feelings will make the reading more interesting.

4.I think the reason is that, as usual, night is the time to sleep, and night should be safe and quiet. But that night everything changed. The writer uses A NIGHT THE EARTH DIDN’T SLEEP as a title to show how terrible and how unusual the night was.

5.Here we can see that the writer compared the city to a person who suffered a lot in the disaster. He felt her pain, and he worried about her. So when he said that people came to help her, we can feel his feelings to the city. The city will not die, she has hope and she can recover from the pain.

Step VI Comprehending

Answers to E__1-3

1.1. C 2. E 3.B 4.D 5.A

2.1. The walls of the villages wells had cracks in them.

2 .Roads got huge cracks

3. Brick buildings were destroyed.

4. The army helped the survivors.

5. Shelters were put up for those with no homes.

3.1. Strange things were happening in the countryside in northeast Hebei..

1.The disaster happened and caused a lot of loss.

2.All hope was not lost.

Step VII Homework

课后反思:总体感觉上,本节课上得比较成功,心情愉快。基本上完成了教学任务。学生们不但对地震有了一定的了解,而且能用英语进行简单的描述。但是同学们在讨论、汇报、回答问题时词汇单一,句式多是中国方的英语。在今后的教学中要加强语句表达方面的训练。

人教版高一学习英语必修一教案4

1. To Write a passage by yourselves

Teaching procedures

教学过程:

教学活动

Acti vities 设计意图

Intentions 互动模式&时间

IP & time

Preparations

Step 1 Ss go over the objectives 学生明确了 解本课的学习目标 IW

Step 2 Ss think of what should be included when we write about a person 导入:头脑风暴 学生想出有关描写人的文章应包含的内容 IW. PW

Step 3 Ss read the article abou t Langlang to get the layout of writing about a person 学生阅读一篇关于朗朗的文章,学习文章的结构 IW

Step 4 Ss read again to find the linking words and e_pressions 学生细读找出文章中连接词及其在文章中的作用 PW

Writing stage 1

Step 5 Ss work in groups or pairs to share more e_pressions in describing a person according to the layout 学生小组活动,分享更多有关人物描述的表达 GW

Step 6 Ss learn more e_pressions given by the teac her

学生学习更多有关表达 CW

Step 7 Ss get to k now the assessment 学生了解作文评价标准 CW. IW

Writing stage 2

Step 8 T assigns Ss a writing material

Ss write by themselves 老师给出材料,学生独立完成写作任务 CW.IW

St ep 9 Ss assess their writings by themselves according to the given assessment 学生根据评分标注进行自评 IW

Step 10 Ss e_change the ir writings to assess 学生互评 PW

Step 11 Ss present their works to the class 学生作品展示

Homework Po lish your writings by yourselves 完善自己的作文

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