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【原创】Module 2 Unit 2 Wish you were here(教案全)  

2011-12-22 14:47:42|  分类: 课件教案 |  标签: |举报 |字号 订阅

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                    1st Period  Welcome to the unit

Teaching Aims:

1.      Talk about traveling.

2.      Make the students practice their spoken English and share opinions with each other by either discussing their travel experiences or using their imagination.

3.      Teaching Important Point:

Make the Ss free to talk in and after class about traveling.

Teaching Difficult Point:

Help students finish the task of speaking.

Teaching Methods:

Individual, pair or group work to make every student work in class.

Teaching Aids:

The multimedia and the blackboard

Teaching Procedures:

Step 1 Brainstorming

Ask and answer the three questions between T and the Ss.

(1). Do you like traveling? Do you want to visit these picturesque places?

(2). Why do you want to travel?

(3). Why do more and more people like to travel, even some of them traveling abroad?

(4). Where do people often travel?

(5). What do people need to do before traveling?

(6). What items should we take?

Step 2 Speaking----Our travel route

Talk about the pictures of Grasslands of Africa, Australia’s famous beaches, Brazilian rainforest, Gobi Desert in pairs or groups.

Step3  Interview

Ask him/her as many questions as possible about his/her traveling experiences using the following sentences.

Step 4 Homework

1. Find more information about places in the world and traveling.

2. Preview the reading text.

2nd period Reading  An adventure in Africa

 Teaching Aims:

1.      Help students improve their reading abilities.

2.      Learn and master the following words and phrases

Teaching Important Points:

1.      Improve the students’ reading ability.

2.      Enable the students understand the text better.

3.      Get the students to master the tenses used in the passage.

4.      Develop the students’ creative, comprehensive and consolidating abilities.

Teaching Difficult Point:

1.      How to improve the students’ reading ability.

2.      The use of some useful expressions.

Teaching Aids:

The multimedia, the blackboard

Teaching procedures:

Step 1 Revision

 Ask one or two students to talk about their traveling experiences.

Step 2 Reading Comprehension

1.      pre-reading

What do you think of the pictures in the media show? Have you ever been to all these places? Do you like traveling? Yes. Actually, most people are crazy about traveling. With the rapid development of economy, Chinese people are becoming richer and richer. To improve life quality, they will try to find chances to travel. And also the Chinese government has arranged for two golden weeks to that people can have more time to enjoy traveling. As you have seen from the pictures, some places of interest are crowded with tourists. More people are now going out for sightseeing. Then why is traveling becoming more and more popular?

As a matter of fact, many of you have ever been to some places of interest, can you tell us the names of the tourist attractions?  Well, all these places are located in China. Have you ever been abroad for a visit?  Neither have I. Then it doesn’t make any difference. We can travel abroad by reading. Here is a passage about An adventure in Africa. (Teach the students how to pronounce the word “adventure and explain the meaning.)

2. Scan the whole text to find the route of the adventure and answer questions:

1.      How will Colin and Toby travel through the desert?

2.      What activity does Toby think is dangerous?

3.      How long will the brothers stay in Africa?

3.  (Present the world map. Show the students the route from London to Morocco by plane.) So this is their first destination for their summer vacation trip. From the map, we know that Morocco is located in northwestern part of Africa. Skim the first second Para. and find the answers to these questions.

(1)What will they be doing there? (slide show)

(2)What will Toby bring a flashlight for? (slide show)

          Anyway, traveling in desert is romantic, though it is tiring and a little bit dangerous. But Toby has to continue his adventure. Who will tell me their next destination? (Better find a video clip)

           Questions:

(1)What will they be doing while traveling down the Nile?

(2) Is there any danger when they do this activity? How to protect themselves?

(3)What do you think of the game? Since rafting is dangerous and may kill you, will you experience the game? Why?

4. Different people have different points of view. You have the right to choose to die or live. In rafting, Toby and Colin may feel nervous. So they want to relax at the next destination. What is it? And what are they going to do there? Why do the guides have guns with them?

Further thinking:

(1). Should Toby drink the cow’s blood?

(2). Should they get as close as possible to the wild animals?

After all, wild animals are wild animals. If they are hungry, they might attack anything.

5. It is certain that staying with Kenya local people for Toby and Colin will be quite an experience and they had a good time watching the wild animals. So they are continuing their exciting trip. Do you know the name of the highest mountain in Africa? Kilimanjaro. In which country does it lie?

Questions:

(1)What do you think of mountain climbing?

(2)What problems do some people have while climbing?

Discussion:

If you feel exhausted in climbing mountain, should you give up half way?

Adventures such as mountain climbing and white-water rafting can be dangerous. Why do some people risk their lives for these kinds of adventure?

Do you think it is worth risking your life for adventure? Why or why not?

6. Now the letter is almost coming to an end. Do you still remember the countries they will be visiting and the things they will be doing? (Present The route and destinations in Africa to the students and ask them to retell what they will be doing along the route)

Step 3 An Informal letter sample

Dear Toby,

How are you? I’m glad to ……………….…………………

……………………………………..……

              Best wishes to you!

              Love,

              Aihua

 Step4 Homework

You are supposed to write a letter to Toby telling him your plan for the oversea travel. Pay attention to the style of the letter.

 3rd period Language focus of An adventure in Africa

Teaching Aims:

1.      Revise the reading passage by retelling it.

2.     Get the students to grasp the usage of some important words and expressions.

Teaching Aids:

1. The multimedia

2. The blackboard

Teaching Procedures;

Step 1 Revision

Ask the students to retell the story according to the route and destinations in Africa.

Step 2. Language focus

1. I’ve been quite busy arranging my holiday with my older brother, Colin.

be busy doing sth 忙于做某事

e.g. He who is too busy doing good finds no time to be good.

    太着急做好事的人,反而找不到时间去做好人。

arrange v. 安排,准备

e.g. I’ll arrange somehow. 我总会设法去办的。

    Everything has been arranged satisfactorily. 一切都得到了令人满意的安排。

2. Colin and I plan to spend a few weeks travelling before he goes to university.

spend v. /n. 花费,消耗 spend…on sth/spend…(in) doing sth 

e.g. Tom spent ten cents _________ popcorn.

He spent three hours ________ his homework

3. We leave London on 15 July, and we will be flying to Morocco, in northern Africa.

Leave, go, begin, arrive, return, come… can be used in the present tense to indicate the future event.

They arrive in Beijing tomorrow.

The train leaves in ten minutes’ time.

When does the show begin?

4. Altogether, the trip will take six days.

 altogether adv. 总共,公而言之

e.g. I’d like to have 100 sheets altogether. 我一共想要100张。

   Altogether, our achievements are great. 总而言之, 我们的成绩是很大的。

take 在此表示“ 需要,花费”

⑴Writing books must __________________(需要大量时间)

⑵————————————————— go to school every morning.(他每早上学需要20分钟)

⑶The flight ___________________ .(花了我们两个小时)

5. So, we’ll go white-water rafting.

Translate some phrases and sentences.

去购物————       

去爬山——————

去吃苹果———       

去游泳——————

周末他们去找房子。

6. You have to wear a helmet and life jacket for protection, just in case you fall into the water.

protection n. 保护,防卫,防护物

e.g. The construction workers wore metal helmets for protection.
        建筑工人为了防护而带金属头盔。

    A thin jacket is a poor protection against cold.

一件单薄的夹克衫不足以御寒。

in case 以防,以防万一

Translate the sentences.

我整天呆在家里以防Harry打电话。

你最好带把伞以防下雨。

in case; in case of; in no case; in any case

①In any case, I won’t help the people like him.

② I shall stay in the hotel all day in case there is news of the missing child.

③The sign reads “In case of a fire, break the glass and push the red button.”

④ In no case can you cheat in the exams.

7. We will live with the local people in their villages, and eat and drink whatever they do, including cow’s blood!

 whatever  pron.无论什么,不管什么

翻译:⑴无论你说什么我都不会相信的。

⑵无论你做出什么决定,我都会支持你。

⑶父母不应该孩子要什么就给什么。

8. Since we’ll be walking for almost two weeks, I’ll need to buy a large backpack in advance to carry my supplies of food and water.

in advance  事先,预先

Everything was fixed in advance. 一切都是预先安排好的。

supply / provide sth. to/for sth

supply/ provide sb. with sth.

    supply/ meet/ satisfy one’s need for sth.

    c.f.: offer sb. sth. = offer sth. to sb.  

It is hard to supply the demand for more and better house.

The media supplies us a lot of information every day.

The water company cut off the supply of water for no good reasons.

Step3 Exercise

1.--Hello, could I speak to Mr. Smith?

    --Sorry, wrong number. There isn't ____Mr. Smith here.

    A. /            B. a        C. the               D. one

2. I lost my wallet last week, but ____ I didn't have any money or credit cards in it at that time.

    A. luckily     B. hopefully 

    C. gladly      D. normally

3. Stick to what you think is right, ______ you will gain a surprising happy ending.

    A. and          B. but        C. before    D. so

4._____________ he has limited technical knowledge, the old worker has a lot of experience.

    A. Since             B. Unless

    C. As                  D. Although

5. This is a very interesting book. I'll buy it, ____________.

A. how much may it cost

B. no matter how it may cost

C. however much it may cost

D. how may it cost

6. Lily succeeded, for she had made the greatest ____ and got over plenty of difficulties.

    A. force       B. strength       C. effort       D. energy

7. I don't believe him. His story doesn't      _______ what I have heard.

   A. agree on       B. make up  

   C. agree with    D. make out

8. Customers are asked to make sure that they ________ the right change before leaving the shop.

     A. will give          B. have been given

     C. have given         D. will be given

9. By hiking, people can _________ nature and experience a kind of life.

   A. close to        B. close the

   C. get close to     D. get close to the

10. As we _____ the ninety-mile Death Valley, some of our oxen were poisoned by the water they _____ from the ponds found on the way.

    A. crossed; were drinking

    B. were crossing; had drunk

    C. were crossing; were drinking

    D. had drunk; drank

Step4 Discussion

Do you like adventures?

Why or why not?

Do you think it is worth risking your life for adventures?

Step5 Homework

1. Make sentences using the above words and phrases.

2. Preview Grammar part.

 4th period Word power

Teaching objectives:

1.      Improve the students’ ability of mastering words

2.      Enlarge the students’ vocabulary

3.      Help students learn the words and expressions related to adventure holidays.

4.      Get the students to expand related vocabulary and to use it.

Important teaching Points:

1. Help students learn the words and expressions related to adventure holidays.

2. Learn the words by heart and try to use them

Difficult teaching points:

1.      How to improve the students’ ability of mastering words

2.      How to use the new words to solve problems

Teaching Methods:

1.      Talking to improve the students’ speaking ability

2.      Practice to get the students to master what they’ve learnt

3.      Discussion to make every student work in class

Teaching Aids

the multimedia and the blackboard

Teaching Procedures

Step1 Free talk Show some pictures and ask

1. Have you ever been to any of these places?

2. Tell us about your traveling experiences.

Step2 Discussion

Suppose you want to plan a holiday with your friends, what kind of things will you plan to take?

Step3 Reading

Read the passage and fill in the form.

The items Colin wants to take on his holiday

What to take

Why to take them

 

 

 

 

 

 

Do you think Colin has made good preparations for his travels?

If you were his best friend, what suggestions would you give him?

Step4 Read the e-mail complete it.

Hi Colin,

I’m glad to hear that you are going to have so many adventures in Africa. You must be very excited! You will need strong (1) _____ because you are going to walk a lot. Take a (2) _____ as well, because you will get wet when you go white-water rafting.

Equipment is also very important. I’m sure you will take your (3) ____ and (4) ___________ for camping in the desert, but don’t forget small things, such as waterproof matches, which you may need to make a fire. Also take a (5) ____ of all the places you will visit and a (6) _______ so you don’t lose your way. A (7) ______ and some (8) ______ are also useful when it gets dark.

Of course, you will take some food, such as biscuits and chocolate. You can find water in the open air, but remember to boil it before drinking.

Oh, I really forgot about the (9) _______! Take as many pictures as you can and show them to me when you are back.

 The last and most important piece of equipment is your first-aid kit in case you become ill. You can also take a (10) ___________to cut food or anything else when needed.

Best wishes,

Jennifer

Step5 Discussion

1. What shall we do if we meet emergency? How do you protect yourself?

2. Choose the four correct items for taking a first aid kit on Colin’s trip.

Step6 Writing

你和李明参加了一次野外生存训练。以下5幅图画表现了野外训练活动的过程,请根据图示写一篇英文日记。

        注意:1. 词数100左右;2. 日记的开头与结尾已为你写好。

        参考词汇:宿营地:campsite n

Saturday, May 6, 2006                  cloudy

     Li Ming and I took part in wilderness survival program yesterday and it has been one of the most unforgettable experiences since high school.________________________________________________________________________________________________ The two of us spent the night in the forest.

   We learned to use knowledge gained in classroom training to solve problems. It was quite an experience for both us, which I’ll never forget for the rest of my life.

The 5th period  Grammar and usage

Teaching Aims:

Learn Future Continuous Tense and Future in the past.

Teaching Points:

How to use Future Continuous Tense and Future in the past.

Teaching Methods:

1 Inductive method

2 Comparative method

Teaching Aids:

1 a multimedia

2 a blackboard

Teaching Procedures:

Step 1   Lead in

Look at the following sentences and try to explain why the tense used in these sentences.

1. We leave London on 15 July, and we’ll be taking a flight to Morocco, in northern Africa.                   

2. Since we will be walking for almost two weeks, I’ll need to buy a large backpack in advance to carry my supplies of food and water.

Step 2 Structure

will/shall be + doing  

(a) talk about something that will be in progress over a period of time in the future

e.g. I will be visiting Europe next week

(b) talk about an action that starts before a point in the future and probably continues after it

(c) express predictions

e.g. I’ll write to you.  (I want to write)

   I’ll be writing to you. (just a mere statement of fact, without intention)

(d) ask politely about other people’s future plans

e. g. Will you be visiting your uncle in London?

    Will you visit your uncle in London?

 Step 3 Practice

 A: Translate the following sentences into English.

今天我下午三点到四点, 我们要开会。

We will be having a meeting from 3 to 4 this afternoon.

我想他马上就会到的。

I believe he’ll be coming soon.

今天下午我要去送一个朋友。            

I will be seeing a friend off this afternoon.

我不知道我们什么时候再在一起工作。

I don’t know when we will be working together again.

史密斯夫妇下个星期去巴西。随后这个月里他们将在墨西哥旅行。

Mr. and Mrs. Smith are going to Brazil next week, and they will be traveling in Mexico later in the month.

Step 4 B Multiple choice:

 1. Send for a doctor quickly, or the old man___.
A. will die         B. is dying      C. dies               D. died

2. Henry will not be able to attend the meeting tonight because ____.

A. he must teach a class           B. he will be teaching a class        

C. he teaches a class              D. he will have been teaching

3. We___a basketball match at five tomorrow afternoon.                      A. will have watched    B. watch    C. can watch     D. will be watching

4. If he ___  , don’t interrupt him.     

A. still works            B. will still be working                   

C. still has been working   D. is still working

5. If the horse wins tomorrow, he ___ twenty races in the past three years.                                  A. will win        B. would win    C. will have won   D. has won

Step 5  Future in the past

Look at the following sentences:

1. She said that she would go and visit her friend.

2. He phoned his mother and told her he was going to arrive at 10 p.m.

3. I was just about to dive into the sea when I saw a shark.

Step 6  The use of the future in the past

(A) report an action in the past from a time when it was still in the future

e.g. They were sure that they would win the final victory.          

       (“be sure” happened in the past, the action “win the final victory” happened in the future compared with action of “be sure”)

(B) indicate a past intention

e.g. I was going to leave, but then it began to rain.

(C) indicate a past arrangement

e.g. Colin left work early because he was going to see Jennifer later that afternoon.

(D) mean that the future action actually happened

e.g. The journey that was to change Toby’s life started in July that year.

Step7 The form of future in the past:

(A) would + do

e.g. Colin and I would spend a few weeks traveling after he graduated.

    She would go for a walk after she had supper.

(B) was/were going to

e.g. We were going to see the wild animals, but then we didn’t have time.

(C) was/were to

e.g. It was his last day at school, and he was to leave the next morning.

(D) was/were about to

e.g. Colin was about to get off the camel when a child ran towards him.

Step 8 Multiple choice

1. ----Alice, why didn’t you come yesterday?                                       

 ----I___, but I had an unexpected visitor.                                              

 A. had        B. would           C. was going to     D. did

2. I first met Lisa three years ago. She ____ at a radio shop at the time.

    A. has worked          B. was working

    C. had just started   D. had worked

3. I don’t think Jim saw me; he____ into space.      

    A. just started                                B. was just starting                          

    C. has just started                             D. had just started

4. We were all surprised when he made it clear that he_____ office soon. (NMET1992)                                                      

 A. leaves                    B. would leave   

C. left                          D. had left

5. ---Come in, Peter. I want to show you something.                                   

  ---Oh, how nice of you! I___ you____ to bring me a gift. (NMET1990)     

A. never think; are going                  B. never thought; were going          

C. didn’t think; were going              D. hadn’t thought; were going 

6. He____ anyone the minute he ____ they needed help.

    A. would help; saw                   B. helped; saw                          C. will help: sees                        D. helps; sees

7. As I ____ the next day, I went to bed early on Thursday evening.               

  A. was leaving               B. had left       

C. will leave                   D. left

8. I had no idea if he _____ the meeting.

A. will attend               B. attends        

C. will have attended   D. would attend

9. I ____ to start off when it began to rain.                                                         A. was                       B. was able            

C. wanted                 D. was about

10. They wanted to know what ____      next.

    A. would happen   B. has happened

    C. will happen     D. is going to happen

 The 6th period Task

Teaching objectives:

1. To train students as to how to get information about dates and places through listening.

2. To help students improve their listening, reading, speaking and writing abilities

3. To make students be aware of the appropriate ways of performing each individual procedure and master the skills

4. To make sure students have opportunities to combine the skills they have learned with reality

5. To help them learn to solve a practical problem in their daily life---how to plan a holiday for your family.

Important and difficult points:

1.      Help students learn how to make a note of figures

2.      Help students how to organize information in a logical order correctly.

3.      Make students learn how to conduct an interview, how to analyse statistics and how to write a biographical article based on the interview

Teaching procedures:

Step 1  Skills building 1: recognizing dates and names of places

Some tips on what to look out for when we are trying to gather information on travel plans:

1. Pay attention to three pieces of information.

◆the day of the month,

◆ the month

◆ the year

2. When listening for dates, we can pay attention on the ending of the number. Most dates end with –th, some have different endings.

?     * 1st/first          21st /twenty-first          

?     * 2nd/second     22nd/twenty-second   

?     * 3rd/third        23rd/twenty-third

3. In British English, we can write a complete date in three ways:

  23 November 2010, 23rd November 2010  23/11/2010

4. Listen to Mary talk with Charles about her trip to Europe. Complete the table on page 32.

Step 2 Skills building 2: forming questions

Ask questions in pairs

1. where      2.what

3. why       4.when

5. how       6.who/whom

Use questions words to complete the questions on page 35.

1. When

2. Why did you

3. What would you like to see in Shanghai?

4. Where are you from?

5. How did you come here?

6. Who/whom are you traveling with?

Step3: Reading travel leaflets

A. Read the two leaflets and circle the names of the places mentioned.

B. You are drafting travel plans for your family to consider. Read the holiday leaflets on page 33 carefully and fill in as many details as possible.

C. Listen carefully as the travel agent gives you more information. Complete the travel plans.

Task ------Planning a holiday for your family Period 2

Step 4: choosing a holiday destination

A .Your mother is away on business. Help her make her holiday plans.  Write your questions in the form below.

1. Type of holiday: What type of holiday do you prefer?

2. Cost: How much will you spend?

3. Places to visit: Where do you want to go? /What do you want to see?

4. Dates: When do you want to travel?

5. Length of time: How long do you want to travel?

B: Make up a dialogue and work in pairs.

Son/Daughter: Mum, what type of holiday do you prefer? Where do you want to go?

Mum: Actually I don’t know. I just want to take an active holiday……

Step 5 Skills building 3: writing an e-mail

Lead-in:

1. What is an e-mail?

2. How do we write an e-mail?

3. Read an E-mail from Connie to Ellen

To: Ellen@com.com  Subject:Singapore

Hello Ellen!

How are you? Have you finished your exams yet?

I’m in Singapore! I only arrived here two days ago but I’ve already seen a lot of interesting things Yesterday, we went shopping in the afternoon, and then we went to the Night Safari. It’s a zoo that’s open at night, but there are no cages so you can see the animals up close!

Tomorrow, we’re going to Sentosa. It’s an island south of Singapore. I hear there is a lot to see and do there!

Sorry I don’t have much time to write. I’ll call you when I get back.

CU soon!

Love,

Connie

4. Ways of ending an informal e-mail:

    All the best

    Best regards

    Lots of love

    Love

    Love from

    Regards

    Take care

    Yours

Step 6: E-mailing your father

Write an –mail to your father, tell your father about your holiday destination.

Where?

When?

What activities?

What...see…?

The length of time?

The cost?

Writing an E-mail

Step 7 Homework

Write an E-mail to your friend, telling him or her your holiday plan.

7th periods Project

Teaching objectives:

1. Improve the students’ reading ability.

2. Help students to learn English through doing group work.

3. Develop the students’ creative, comprehensive and consolidating abilities.

4. Encourage students to make a travel leaflet by imitating the one about traveling to Shangri-la.

Important teaching points:

1. Improve the students’ reading ability.

2. Use what they have learnt to complete the project by working together.

Difficult teaching points:

Learn to design a travel leaflet by imitating the one about traveling to Shangri-la.

Procedures:

Step1. Free talk

1. Where have you visited?

2. Have you taken photos? Can you share them with us?

3. Have you read travel leaflets before you traveled?

4. Do you know something about Shangri-la?

Step2. Pre-reading

If your family plan to visit Shangri-La how will you learn more about it?

Where is Shangri-La?

Where do you want to travel?

Step3. Reading

Read the travel leaflet and answer the questions

1. Where did the word “Shangri-la” first appear?

2. What can you know from it?

3. What interests you most?

Introduce Shangri-La to us as a local guide

Step4.The writing features of a travel leaflet

? brief introduction of the place

? history and culture

? description of the scenery of the place

? how to get to the place

? what the weather is like

Which of these places would you like to visit most? (showing some pictures)

Step5 Making a travel leaflet

1. 6 students a group to think about the place you will travel to and the reason.

2. Talk about the climate there?

 What to take with you?

 How to get there?

 Where to stay?

 What do you want to see there?

3. Make a leaflet. Each group member must write a section.

Step6 Homework

Collect more information about the history, culture and people there to complete your leaflet.

Look for some photos/pictures for your leaflet.

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