Period 2 A sample lesson plan for Learning about Language (The Present Continuous Tense for future action) Introduction
In this period students will be helped to do “Discovering useful words and expression” exercises first. Then they will be offered help with their learning of the present continuous tense for future action. To end they will be asked to write plans for travel.
■To help students learn about the Present Continuous Tense for futurity
■To help students discover and use some useful words and expressions
■To help students write travel plans
1. Warming up by discovering useful words and expressions
Hello everyone. After reading the passage, we have got to know the usage of the words and expressions, but we should do more practice. Now turn to page 20 to find the correct words and expressions from the passage to finish the sentences. You are given two minutes to finish them and discuss with your partners. Two minutes later, check in pairs and then check with the whole class.
2. Reading and finding
Good, you have mastered these words and expressions. Let’s turn to page 17 and look at the questions in Warming up. Underline the verbs in the questions, and pay attention to the verb forms and do some explanations by yourselves.
3. Studying the futurity use of the preset continuous tense
We can see that the verbs are all used in the “-ing”form. They are “the present continuous tense”, but they express future actions or plans. The Present Continuous Tense may be used to denote an action that can be pre-planned or prearranged instead of the future indefinite in colloquial English. But please note that, not all verbs can be used in the “-ing” form to express future actions. Such verbs as come, go, leave, fly, walk, ride, drive, stay, meet, die, see, have, arrive etc. are mainly used in the “-ing” form to express future actions.
4. Going over the read ready used materials
About the present continuous tense for future actions or plans
5. Looking back
外研版英语精品资料 Module 4 Carnival Period One Teaching aims: 1. To revise Chinese and western festivals. 2. To develop the students reading ability. 3. To understand what is about Carnival. Important and difficult points: 1 Get the students to understand the history of carnival. 2 Get the students to describe the festivals in groups. Teaching procedures: Step 1. Revision. Read the new words of this passage. Step 2. Introduction 1. We have learned many festivals both Chinese and the Western. What festivals do you know? Divide the class into 2 groups. One group is for Chinese Festivals, the other group is for Western festivals. Make a list of them on the blackboard.. 2. Turn to Page 31—Match the festivals with the description. Step 3. Lead-in Today we will learn another festival ---- Carnival. It originates from Europe, and during these days, people often love wearing special clothes and masks for it. Step 4. Fast-reading Match the main idea with every paragraph. Paragraph 1 A meaning of carnival and how it was celebrated Paragraph 2 B the law about wearing masks Paragraph 3 C general impression of carnival Paragraph 4 D how it is celebrate today in Venice and the feature of it Paragraph 5 E carnival in Venice and the problem it caused Paragraph 6 F the revival of the tradition of celebrating it. (Answers: 1—6 CAEBFD) Step 5. Further-reading Read the passage and answer the questions. 1. Where does Carnival come from? What does it mean?
Unit 1 Cultural relics I. 单元教学目标 II. 目标语言
II. 教材分析与教材重组 1. 教材分析 本单元以cultural relics为话题，旨在通过单元教学使学生了解世界文化遗产，学会描述它们的起源，发展和保护等方面的情况，复习并掌握定语从句，能就如何保护和处理世界文化遗产给出自己的观点。 1.1 Warming up热身部分提供了四幅图片，设计了三个问题让学生交流对于cultural relic的了解，并就此进行讨论。这部分的目的是呈现本单元的中心话题“文化遗产”。 1.2 Pre-reading是Reading的热身部分，提供了ambers的图片并就此此设计了两个问题。这两个问题极易引起学生对amber的兴趣，并能引导学生对课文进行prediction。 1.3 Reading是关于寻找丢失了的普鲁士国王威廉一世送给俄罗斯沙皇的那个琥珀房子的建立、转让、被毁、重建的整个历史。设计这篇文章的目的是让学生了解什么是文化遗产以及讨论保护和重建文化从文化遗产的重要性和必要性。 1.4 Comprehending既有知识性的问题，同时又跳出了课文，对文章进行整体评价，由易到难，有较好的梯度，全面考查学生对文章的理解。Exercise 1将人物及相关事件匹配，检验学生对文章细节的理解；Exercise 2 将所给的问题与段落匹配，是段落大意理解题；Exercise 3安排了对于重建lost cultural relics的意义进行讨论，使得学生能对本单元的主题进行较为深入的探讨。 1.5 Learning about language 分Discovering useful words and expressions 和Discovering useful structures两部分。其中第一部分的Exercise 1着重训练对英语单词解释的理解。Exercise 2 着重词汇在短文中的用法练习。要求学生按所给的语境填入所需的词汇。Exercise 3 专练belong to的词义和用法。在Discovering useful structures 中，分为四个练习，从课文中出现的定语从句入手，让学生自主学习限定性定语从句及非限定性定语从句的联系和区别。再通过连句练习和造句练习来巩固本次所学定语从句的内容。 1.6 Using language分Reading and Listening、Speaking 及Reading and writing 三部分。以不同的学习形式：听、说、读、写，从不同的角度围绕本单元的目标
普通高中课程标准实验教科书《英语》电子课本 Book 3 Unit 1 Festivals around the world B3U1P1-3 FESTIV ALS AND CELEBRATIONS Ancient Festivals Festivals and celebrations of all kinds are held everywhere. The most ancient festivals would celebrate the end of the cold weather, planting in spring and harvest in autumn. Other celebrations were held when hunters could catch animals. They would starve if food was difficult to find, so they celebrated when they had food. They lit fires and made music because they thought these festivals would bring a year of plenty. Festivals of the Dead Some festivals are held to honour the dead, or satisfy and please the ancestors, who could return either to help or to do harm. In Japan the festival is called Obon, when people should go to clean the graves and light incense in memory of their ancestors. They light lamps and play music because they think that this will lead the ancestors back to earth. In Mexico they have the Day of the Dead in early November. On this important feast day, people might eat food in shape of skulls, and cakes with “bones” on them. They offer food, flowers and gifts to the dead. The festival of Halloween had its origin as an event in memory of the dead. It is now a children’s festival, when they can go to their neighbours’ homes and ask for sweets. They dress up and try to frighten people. If they are not given anything, the children might play a trick. Festivals to Honour People Festivals can be held as an honour to famous people or to the gods. One of these is the Dragon Boat Festival in China, which honours the famous ancient poet, Qu Yuan. Another is Columbus Day in the USA, in memory of the arrival of Christopher Columbus in America. In India there is a national festival on October 2 to honour Mahatma Gandhi, the leader who helped gain India’s independence from Britain. Harvest Festivals Harvest and Thanksgiving festivals can be very happy events. People are grateful because their food is gathered for the winter ,and because a season of agricultural work is over. In European countries it is the custom to decorate churches and town halls with flowers and fruit, and people get together to have meals. Some people might win awards for their animals, flowers, fruits and vegetables, like the biggest watermelon or the most handsome rooster. In China and Japan there are mid-autumn festivals, when people admire the moon and give gift of mooncakes. Spring Festivals The most energetic and important festivals are the ones that look forward to the end of winter and to the coming of spring. At the Spring Festival in China, people eat dumplings, fish and meat, and may give children lucky money in the red paper. There are dragon dances and carnivals, and families celebrate the lunar New Year together. In some Western countries there are very exciting carnivals, which take place forty days before Easter, usually in February. They might include parades, dancing in the streets day and night, loud music and colourful clothing of all kinds. Easter is an important religious and social festival in Christian countries. It celebrates the return of Jesus for Christians and it also celebrates the coming of spring. In Japan, the Cherry Blossom Festival happens a little later. The country is covered with cherry tree flowers so that it looks as though it might be covered with pink snow. People love to get together to eat, drink and have fun with each others. Festivals let us enjoy life, be proud of our customs and forget our daily life for a little while.
Unite 5 First Aid Teaching Goals: 1. Enable the Ss to get some first aid knowledge 2. Enable the Ss to learn how to use what they’ve learnt to do first aid treatment for burns correctly. 3. Let the Ss learn the reading skill of getting the main idea of each para./ part & each passage . Key Teaching Points How to improve the Ss’ reading ability. Difficult points 1. How to grasp the main idea of each paragraph / part & each passage. 2. How to help the Ss use what they’ve learnt to do first aid treatment for burns correctly. Teaching methods 1). Skimming & scanning methods to make the Ss get a good understanding of the text. 1.Discussion methods to make the Ss understand what they’ve learned in class. 2.Pair work of group to get every student to take part in the teaching-and-learning activities. https://www.sodocs.net/doc/4b7921115.html,petition and role-play method to arouse the Ss’ interest Teaching procedures Step1. Lead-in Lead-in by telling the Ss a story, meanwhile, teach them some new words: bandage, first-aid-kit, ambulance and then ask them to think of words about accidents and first aid Step2. Pre-reading Show the Ss the picture of Pre-reading on P33 and ask them the following questions: What has happened? What sort of injuries the child will have? What kind of first aid would you perform? Step3. Fast reading Let the Ss read the passage fast and then find out the answers to the questions 1. What will the passage be about? 2. What do they tell you about the passage? 3. In which order are these topics covered in the text? Number them from 1 to 5. ____ the three types of burns ____ what to do if someone gets burned ____ the purpose of skin ____ the symptoms of burns ____ how we get burns Step4. Detailed reading 1). Tell if the following statements are true or false: 1.Our skin has three layers. 2.We will never get burned by the sun. 3.Burns are divided into three degrees according to the degree of pain. 4.Third degree burns are the most serious and painful. 5.Put cool water on any burns to cool them. 6.Don’t rub the burns 7.It’s better that you put so me butter or oil on burns. 2). Answer the questions 1.Why should you put cold water on a burn?
新课标高中英语必修二教案合集Unit 1 Cultural relics Part One: Teaching Design （第一部分：教学设计） Period 1: A sample lesson plan for Reading (IN SEARCH OF THE AMBER ROOM) Aims： To read about cultural relics To learn about The Restrictive and Non-Restrictive Attributive Clause I. Warming up Warming up by defining Good morning, class. This period we are going to read about IN SEARCH OF THE AMBER ROOM. Before our reading, I’d like to know: A.What kind of old things are cultural relics? Are all the old things cultural relics? B.What is the definition and classification of cultural relics? C.To whom do cultural relics belong? Keys for reference: A. Cultural relics are physical remainders of what different peoples valued in the past and continue to value now. It can also be said that cultural relics are more than works of art, they are symbols of history and the people who lived in the past. B. No, not all the old objects are cultural relics. C. Each kind of relics preserves some aspect of cultural heritage and each relic is still a unique cultural expression and contributions. D. In a larger sense, it can be said that all the cultural relics belong to all peoples and whole societies, not a certain individual. Warming up by presenting Hi, everyone. Let’s look at the screen. I’ll present yo u some pictures. They all
必修三 Unit1 festivals around the world 1.take place 发生（指按计划发生，相当于不及物动词，没有被动语态）； happen发生（指偶然地没有预见地发生，也是不及物动词，没有被动语态，） take the place of 代替 e.g. The 2012 Summer Olympics will take place in London. A funny thing happened in our class last Monday. I will take the place of him to finish the work. 2. in memory of…纪念；追念（介词短语） e.g. I send you this card in memory of our happy summer together. 3. lead…to…把……带向（引领到）…; lead to…导致 e.g. I will lead the blind man back home. Regular reviewing leads to better grades. 4. in the shape of…以/在……的形状 e.g. I dare eat the food in the shape of skulls. 5. belief 信任；信心；信仰。其复数为beliefs. 6. dress up 盛装；打扮；装饰。dress up as…打扮成…… e.g. We dressed up for the school party on Christmas Day. They tried to dress him up as a “national hero”. dress up, put on, wear, have on 的区别 1）dress意思是给自己或别人穿衣服。可单独用作不及物动词；作及物动词接宾语时要接表示人的名词、代词或反身代词。dressed可作表语，be dressed (in)表示“穿着”的状态。2）put on 表示“穿上、戴上”，是终止性短语，表动作，其宾语是衣服、鞋、帽、手套、袜子、眼镜等。 3）wear是“穿着、戴着”，除了接普通衣服外，还可指佩戴手表、首饰、徽章、花以及留发型、胡须等，含义最广。 4）have on表示静态“穿着、戴着”，多用于口语，是比较普通的用语，不用于进行时。 7. play a trick on…搞恶作剧；诈骗；开玩笑。还常用作play tricks on… e.g. He intends to play a trick on that girl. Don’s play tricks on me- I want to know the truth. 8. award n. 奖，奖品（可数）vt.授予；判定 e.g. He won the first awards of many English contests. The school awarded Mary a prize for her good work.学校因为玛丽的出色表现而奖励了她。medal, prize, reward和award用法辨析： medal指“奖章，勋章，纪念章”，如金牌、银牌等。 prize指“奖品，奖金；战利品；捕获物”，如在竞争或比赛中赢得的，或作为对胜利或优胜的嘉奖的东西 reward指“回报，报酬，报应”，为相应的行为作酬劳或为邪恶的举止作报应而授予或收到的东西。 award指“奖品”，因优点奖励或授予的东西。 e.g. How many gold medals has he won? My brother won the first prize in the contest. A large reward is offered for the capture of the criminals.
人教版高中英语必修三单词表Unit 1 take place 发生 beauty /'bju:ti/ n.美；美人 harvest /'hɑ:vist/ n. & vt. & vi.收获；收割 celebration /seli'brei?n/ n.庆祝；祝贺 hunter /'h?nt?/ n.狩猎者；猎人 starve /stɑ:v/ vi. & vt.（使）饿死；饿得要死 origin /'?rid?in/ n.起源；由来；起因 religious /ri'lid??s/ adj.宗教上的；信奉宗教的；虔诚的 △seasonal /'si:z?nl/ adj.季节的；季节性的 ancestor /'?nsest?/ n.祖先；祖宗 △Obon /?'b?n/ n. (日本)盂兰盆节 △grave /ɡreiv/ n.坟墓；墓地 △incense /'insens/ n.熏香；熏香的烟 in memory of 纪念；追念 Mexico /'meksik?u/ n. 墨西哥(拉丁美洲国家) feast /fi:st/ n.节日；盛宴 △skull /sk?l/ n.头脑；头骨 bone /b?un/ n.骨；骨头 △Halloween /h?l?u'i:n/ n.万圣节前夕；诸圣日前夕 belief /bi'li:f/ n.信任；信心；信仰 dress up 盛装；打扮；装饰 trick /trik/ n.诡计；恶作剧；窍门vt.欺骗；诈骗 play a trick on 搞恶作剧；诈骗；开玩笑 poet /'p?uit/ n.诗人 △Columbus Day哥伦布日 arrival /?'raivl/ n.到来；到达；到达者 △Christopher Columbus /'krist?f?k?'1?mb?s/ 克利斯托弗·哥伦布(意大利航海家) gain /ɡein/ vt.获得；得到 independence /indi'pend?ns/n.独立；自主 independent /indi'pend?nt/ adj.独立的；自主的 gather /'ɡ?e?/ vt. & vi. & n.搜集；集合；聚集 agriculture /'?ɡrik?lt??/n.农业；农艺；农学 agricultural /?ɡri'k?lt??r?l/ adj.农业的；农艺的 award /?'w?:d/ n.奖；奖品vt.授予；判定 △produce /'pr?dju:s/ n.产品；（尤指）农产品 rooster /'ru:st?/ n.雄禽；公鸡 admire /?d'mai?/ vt.赞美；钦佩；羡慕 energetic /en?'d?etik/ adj.充满活力的；精力充沛的；积极的 look forward to 期望；期待；盼望 △carnival /'ka:nivl/n. 狂欢节；(四句斋前的) 饮宴狂欢；嘉年华(会) △lunar /'lu:n?/ adj.月的；月亮的；阴历的 Easter /'i:st?/n. (耶稣)复活节 △parade /p?'reid/ n.游行；阅兵；检阅 day and night 日夜；昼夜；整天
Module 1 British and American English I. 模块教学目标 技能目标Skill Goals ▲Talk about varieties of English ▲Practise giving reasons ▲Review of verb forms: present simple, present continuous, present perfect and future reference; for and since with present perfect ▲Identify a variety of English ▲Write about the Chinese language II. 目标语言 功能句式Practise giving reasons I like Leeds because there’s more going on here than back home in the States. Since English is spoken all over the world, there are lots of varieties. As I was the only British person in the school, they made a fuss of me. I’m getting on just fine, now that I understand the local accent. Everyday English How are you getting on? I don’t get it. ... get used to ... That’s a good point. ... make a fuss of ...
1.必修三Unit1 Festivals and celebrations节日和庆典 Festivals and celebrations of all kinds have been held everywhere since ancient times. 自古以来，世界各地就有各种各样的节日和庆典。Most ancient festivals would celebrate the end of cold weather, planting in spring and harvest in autumn. 最古老的节日总是庆祝严寒的结束、春季的种植和秋天的收割。Sometimes celebrate would be held after hunters had caught animals. 有时，在猎人捕获猎物后，也举行庆祝活动。At that time people would starve if food was difficult to find, especially during the cold winter months. 在那个时代，如果食物难以找到，特别是在寒冷的冬月，人们会挨饿。Today’s festivals have many origins ,some religious, some seasonal, and some for special people or events. 现在的节日有很多由来，一些是宗教上的，一些是季节性的，一些是纪念特殊的人和事件的。 Festivals of the Dead亡灵节 Some festivals are held to honour the dead or to satisfy the ancestors, who might return either to help or to do harm. 有些节日，是为了纪念死者，或使祖先得到满足，因为祖先们有可能回到世上（给人们）提供帮助，也有可能带来危害。For the Japanese festival. Obon, people should go to clean graves and light incense in memory of their ancestors. 在日本的盂兰盆节，人们要扫墓、烧香，以缅怀祖先。They also light lamps and play music because they think that this will lead the ancestors back to earth. 他们还点起灯笼，奏响乐曲，因为他们认为这样做可以把祖先引回到世上。In Mexico, people celebrate the Day of the Dead in early November. 在墨西哥，亡灵节是在11月初。On this important feast day, people eat food in the shape of skulls and cakes with “bones” on them. 在这个重要的节日里，人们会吃制成颅骨形状的食物，和装点有“骨头”的蛋糕。They offer food, flowers and gifts to the dead. 他们向亡者祭献食物、鲜花和礼品。The Western holiday Halloween also had its origin in old beliefs about the return of the spirits of dead people. 西方节日万圣节也源自人们古老的信念，认为亡者的灵魂会返回人间。It is now a children’s festival, when they can dress up and to their neighbours’ homes to ask for sweets. 万圣节如今成了孩子们的节日，这天他们可以乔装打扮上到邻居家要糖吃。If the neighbours do not give any sweets, the children might play a trick on them. 如果邻居什么糖也不给，那么孩子们就可以捉弄他们了。 Festivals to Honour People纪念名人的节日 Festivals can also be held to honour famous people . 也有纪念名人的节日。The Dragon Boat Festival in China honours the famous ancient poet, Qu Y uan. 中国的端午节（龙舟节），是纪念著名古代诗人屈原的。In the USA Columbus Day is in memory of the arrival of Christopher Columbus in New World. 美国的哥伦布日是纪念克里斯托弗·哥伦布发现“新大陆”的日子。India has a national festival on October 2 to honour Mohandas Gandhi, the leader who helped gain India’s independence from Britain. 印度在10月2日有个全国性节日，纪念莫汉达斯·甘地，他是帮助印度脱离英国而独立的领袖。 Harvest Festivals庆丰收的节日 Harvest and Thanksgiving festivals can be very happy events. 收获与感恩节是非常喜庆的节日。People are grateful because their food is gathered for the winter and the agricultural work is over. 越冬的粮食收集起来了，农活结束了，人们都心怀感激。In European countries, people will usually decorate churches and town halls with flowers and fruit, and will get together to have meals. 在欧洲国家，人们通常用花果来装饰教堂和市政厅，在一起聚餐。Some people might win awards for their farm produce, like the biggest watermelon or the most handsome rooster. 有些人还可能因为他们的农产品（参加各种评选）而获奖，比如最大的西瓜或最帅的公鸡。China and Japan have mid-autumn festivals, when people admire the moon and in China, enjoy
英语必修五unit5教案 【篇一：高中英语必修五教案unit 5】 新课标人教版英语必修5教案 unit 5 firsr aid 程洪维 1. first aid is a temporary form help given to someone who suddenly falls ill or gets injured before a doctor can be found. give \ offer aid援助come to one’s aid 帮助某人 cut off aid 终止援助a hearing aid 助听器 teaching aids教具medical aid医疗救护 with the aid of借助于in aid of为了帮助 he fell ill and had to enter the hospital.他生病了必须住院治疗。fall asleep睡着了fallsilent静下来 the computer got damaged when we were moving.我的电脑在搬家时弄坏了。 my bike is getting repaired now.我的自行车正在修理。 my glass got broken while i was playing basketball。我的眼镜在打篮球的时候给弄坏了。 peter and mary got married last year.皮特和玛丽去年接了婚。 2. you have three layers of skin which act as a barrier against diseases, poisons and the sun’s harmful rays.你有三层皮肤作为障来保护你免受疾病，毒药和有害光线的侵害。
Unit 5 Music 写作和口语课 一、教学内容 S peaking and writing (pp. 39-40) 二、教学目标 在本节课结束时，学生能够 ● 在口语中运用提建议和征求建议的表达法，并且熟悉一些关于音乐和组建乐队的 话题。 ● 写信向音乐人征求建议，并恰当运用一些相关表达法。 三、教学步骤 步骤一 热身 1. 教师将问题展示在PPT 上，第一个问题可以请全班一起回答；第二个问题可以请学生四 人一组讨论，小组讨论会用到一些提建议的表达法，讨论前教师可以和学生一起回忆以前学过的相关表达法，并将其展示在PPT 上或写在黑板上；对于比较难的表达法，教师可以给出例句。 2. 教师请两三个组的代表先说出本组同学的看法，其他组学生补充，最后再综合学生的想法，形成类似右图的思维导图。 设计意图：热身旨在让学生回顾上节课所学 内容和自己已有的与话题相关的知识，并引入此节课的教学内容，起到承前启后的作用；列出表达法和例句旨在为小组讨论提供语言上 a music band band name musicians instruments the kind of music main singer (lead vocals) piano drum bass guitar guitar pop music folk music classical music rock ‘n ’roll rap country music orchestra companions
的帮助；思维导图的设计是为了向学生展示思考的过程；同时复习学过的关于音乐和乐队的一些词汇，为学生下面的写作做好词汇准备。 步骤二 写前 1. 教师介绍写作任务：给Freddy 写一封信，向他征求一些有关组建乐队的建议。 2. 语言准备： 1）教师提问学生关于征求建议的英文表达法。可以全班一起回答也可以找个别学生回 答。教师可以进行补充并在PPT 中或黑板上展示。 2）用表示征求建议的表达法翻译一些句子。教师请学生自己思考后完成翻译练习，然 后找学生说出答案，教师或其他学生更正错误并提供正确答案。 设计意图：请学生列出征求建议的表达法 旨在为下面的书信写作做语言准备；把几个较难掌握的表达法提出来让学生练习，旨在帮助学生掌握其用法，帮助他们克服写作中可能遇到的语言困难。 3）教师向学生介绍咨询信的特点，并请学 生看学生用书p.39给出的信的开头 和p.40Freddy 的回信，两人一组根据回信写出李华向Freddy 提出的问题；然后结合前面讨论的组建乐队需要考虑的问题，列出自己要向Freddy 咨询的问题。 4）教师和学生一起分析一封咨询信范例，讨论咨询信的写法。