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【原创】Module 7 Unit 2 Fit for life(教案全)  

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Period 1  Welcome to the unit

Teaching aims and demands:

1.        Enable students to think about people, places and treatments related to medicine.

2.        Develop students’ listening, speaking, reading, writing and thinking ability.

3.        Help students to get more knowledge of medicine.

Teaching Important and Difficult Point:

Improve students’ speaking and thinking ability.

Teaching Approaches:

Task-based approaches

Form of Activities:

Individual, pair or group work and topic discussions.

Teaching Aids:

The multimedia and the blackboard

Teaching Procedures:

Step 1. Lead-in

1. Ask and answer the question:

1) As we all know, health is very important to everyone. Do you know how to keep healthy?

2) When people fall ill, what will they do?

3) Can you list as many words as possible that relate to medicine.

  diseases

pharmacy/drug store

  pills/tablets/capsules

Chinese /Western medicine

effect/side effect …...

4) Can you list as many jobs as possible that relate to medicine?

chemist

eye doctor/optician

dentist

physician

surgeon……

Step 2. Picture talking

A guessing game:

1.      a person who prepares and sells medicine

2.  a  person who examines people’s eyes to see if they need to wear glasses

3.  a  person who takes care of people’s teeth

4.  a person who has general skill to treat physical problems

5.  a person who performs medical operations

6.  a person who helps doctors to look after patients

 Work in groups and discuss the four pictures on the screen.

Picture 1

1.      Show a picture of a chemist’s selling medicines on the screen.

2.      Questions:

1)What is the man in white?

2)What qualities does a person need to be a chemist?

Picture 2

1. Show a picture of acupuncture treatment on the screen.

2. Questions:

1What is on the woman’s ear?

2What can acupuncture do?

Picture 3

1.      Show a picture of an operation in an operating theatre on the screen.

2.      Questions:

1What are the doctors and nurses doing?

2What happens during an operation?

Picture 4

1.      Show a picture a doctor testing a boy’s eyes of agriculture on the screen.

2.      Questions:

1What is the student doing?

2Do you have good eyesight? How can you protect your eyes?

Step 3 Discussion

1.      Have you ever seen a doctor? If so, what happened?

2.  Have you ever received medical treatments? What did it feel like?

3.  Would you like to do any of the jobs shown in the pictures? Why or why not?

Step 4 Further discussion

1. Do you think medicine only has good effects? Why?

2. What do you know about its side effects?

Step 5 Homework

1. Surf the internet for more information about medicine.

2. Write a short passage about your experience of receiving medical treatments. 

Period 2-3  Reading

Teaching aims and demands:

1.      Enable the students to master the usage of new words and phrases

2.      Enable the students to know development of the two medicines .

3.      To help the students to improve their reading , speaking ability

Teaching important and difficult points:

1.      Help the students to improve their listening ,reading and speaking ability.

2.      Help the students master the reading strategy .

3.      Inform them of more about the two medicines.

Teaching aids:

the multimedia and the blackboard

Teaching methods:

listening and speaking pair work and group work

Teaching procedures:

Step 1.Lead-in:

A free talk with students:

⑴.Have you ever taken aspirin and penicillin?

⑵.How much do you know about the two medicines?

⑶.What other illnesses do they cure?

Step 2.Fast reading

Read the passage again and answer the following questions:

1.        What are the two medicines mentioned in the article?

(Aspirin and penicillin)

2. When was one of the medicines first sold as a tablet?  (In 1900.)

3. What did Fleming, Florey and Chain share?   (The Nobel Prize.)

Step 3. Detailed reading

Ask the students to read the passage again carefully and answer the detailed questions

1. When did people find that drinking a special tea could reduce fever and pain?  (About 2,500 years ago)

2. When was ASA first made from other chemicals?   ( In 1897)

 

3. What other things can ASA help with besides reducing fever and pain?

(It can also help reduce the risk of heart attacks by thinning blood, prevent a stroke, reduce the risk of colon cancer, increase the length of people’s lives and help with diabetes.)

 

4. Where did Alexander Fleming find penicillin?   

  (In the mould that killed bacteria)

5. What illnesses can penicillin be used to treat?

  (It can be used to treat bacteria illnesses and other illnesses including pneumonia.)

 

6. Why were Fleming, Florey and Chain given the Nobel Prize in physiology or Medicine in 1945?

  (Because Fleming discovered penicillin and the others turned it into the great drug which saved millions of lives.)

Step 4.  Further reading and fill in the form.

 

 

 

Effects of aspirin

 

Reduce fever

 

Help the body to stop pains

 

Reduce the risk of heart attacks

 

Prevent a stroke and help diabetes

 

Reduce the risk of colon cancer

 

Increase the length of people’s lives

 

Effects of penicillin

 

Help in treating wounds and infections

 

Treat  other illness including pneumonia

 

Step 5

 

 

. Learning reading strategy

Ask the students to read the Reading Strategy of the article and ask them to focus on the three major skills of understanding medical terms.

Step 6  Practice

(1)Suppose you are aspirin or penicillin, tell us your development and what influence do you have on our lives according to the passage.

(2)Suppose you are Fleming, describe how you found penicillin.

Step 76. Discussion:

⑴.What would the world be like if the two medicines had not been discovered ?

⑵.Do you believe that ‘wonder drug’ will be invented to treat diseases like AIDs in the future?

Language points:

1. This article will focus on two medicines that have change d people’s lives.

focus on 集中于

(1)As a student, you are supposed to focus on your studies.

 (2)The program focuses on environmental protection.

2.3,500 years ago, some recipes recommended drinking a tea made from the dried leaves of a particular plant to reduce body pains.

 recommend 推荐;介绍 recommend sth. to sb.

(1)I am going to spend my holiday. Could you recommend a hotel in that city to me?

(2)She is seriously ill. Please recommend some medicine to her

3. …that aspirin could reduce the risk of    hear attacks by thinning blood.

reduce  减少;削减

(1)Reducing the cost is one way for companies to make money.

(2)The prices of the mobile phones are reduced.

4. And in 1977, a study carried out in the USA showed that the chemical ASA in aspirin could prevent a stroke…

carry out 执行,进行

(1)They are busy carrying out the experiment.

(2)They all hold the view that the new policy should be carried out as soon as possible.

5. Due to the widespread use of penicillin, many lives were saved during Word War Ⅱ.

due to 因为;由于

(1)Due to his careless driving , the accident took place , which cost him his left leg.

(2)The farmers failed to have a good harvest due to the bad weather

6. He noted that mould had grown on a special transparent jelly that had bacteria on it.

note 注意到;写下来

(1)When you search for information on the Internet, you’d better note its sources.

(2)You’d better note the time of reading each paragraph so that you can improve your reading ability.

Step 8. Homework:

4.Homework

⑴.Write a brief introduction to the two medicines.

⑵.Finish the exercises in the workbook

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Period 4  Word power

Teaching aims and demands:

1.      Enable the students to know some names of the diseases and the causes.

2.      Have then know different forms of medicines.

3.      Do some exercises to make the students be familiar with the new words and expressions.

Teaching difficulties:

1.      The names and causes of the diseases.

2.      Different forms of medicine.

Teaching methods:

1. Review method to consolidate the words learned in the last two periods.

2. To make the students master the words related to emotion correctly.

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

Teaching Aids:

1. the multimedia

2. the blackboard

Teaching Procedures:

Step 1. Brainstorming

1. Can you name some common diseases?

2. What information do you know about them?

Step 2. Get to know the names of the diseases

Have the students know about the Chinese meanings of the diseases.

Measles      麻疹       Heart disease心脏病

Chickenpox  水痘       Malaria      疟疾  

Influenza    流感       Cholera      霍乱 

Cancer      癌症       Yellow fever  黄热病

Diabetes     糖尿病     Typhoid     伤寒

Step 3. Part A

Read the entry about diseases in Part A to finish the charts below:

Diseases

Symptoms

Ways to prevent

 Measles

 Give you spots

 Get injections to prevent

Chickenpox

 Give you spots

 Get injections to prevent

Influenza

 Get a high fever and pains in body

 Get a flu injection

Cancer

 Something goes wrong with the replacement of cells

Diseases

Symptoms

Causes

 Diabetes

 

 The system that controls the blood sugar level goes wrong

 Heart disease

 Heart attacks and strokes

 Being overweight, eating fatty food and not taking enough exercises

 malaria

 Be ill with a high fever

 Being bitten by infected mosquitoes when traveling

 cholera

 

 traveling

 Yellow fever

 

traveling

 typhoid

 

 traveling

Step 4. Part B

Match the words with the pictures.

Step 5. Part C

 Complete the notes in Part C according to the information in Part A and Part B.

Step 6. Part D

Match the places in a hospital with their purposes.

Step 7. Homework

1.  Preview “Grammar  and usage”.

2.        Consolidate the names of the diseases.

 

 

 

Period 5  Grammar

Teaching aims and demands:

1.      Help the students to know what the verb phrasal is.

2.      Help the students to know how to use the verb phrasal.

Teaching steps:

Step 1. Lead in

 Explain to the students how a verb phrasal can be formed with the help of the following sentences.

When the teacher came in , we were reading English.

(In this sentence, in is an adverb.)

When the teacher came into the classroom, we were reading English.

(In this sentence, into is a preposition.)

She went aboard the plane half an hour ago.

(In this sentence, aboard is a preposition.)

Combustible goods are not allowed to be taken abroad .

(In this sentence, abroad is an adverb.)

Point out that in the above sentences, an adverb or a preposition is used after a verb to make up a phrasal verb.

Step 2. Some rules we should pay attention to.

1.      In a phrasal verb, the adverb can go before or after the object.

Fleming tried out this mould on another bacterium.

Fleming tried this mould out on another bacterium.

2. A phrasal verb does not always have an object.

  The sports meeting will have to be put off due to the bad weather.

  The big fire didn’t go out until the firemen came.

3. In a phrasal verb with a preposition, the object of the preposition always comes after it.

The police are pretty busy looking into the case.

I have no choice but to look after her little baby.

4. Sometimes we can add a preposition after the adverb in a phrasal verb.

  To be frank, I can hardly put up with his boring speech.

5. Often, phrasal verbs have special meanings.

I tried to persuade him to give up smoking, but I failed.( Stop doing sth.

Answers to Part A P25.

  1. looking after       2. call, back       3. deal with     4. look around  

5. fill in            6. decide on   7. turn up   8. split up    9. put off  

10. coming up      11. send, over   12 put ,through 

Step 4.Fill in the form.

Step 5:语法专练

 1.News reports say peace talks between the two countries _______with no agreement reached.

  1. have broken down   B. have broken out

C. have broken in         D. have broken up

2.Can you make a sentence to _______the meaning of the phrase?

 A. show off   B. burn out     C. bring out    D. take in

3.He looked through as many daily newspapers as he could _______what they said about his latest book.

  1. hear of    B. see to   C. look up     D. find out

4.Im____too much weight ,doctor?

   ---I think you ought to go on a diet

  1. putting on  B. getting on   C. carrying on   D. living on

5.The good service at the hotel ____the poor food to some  degree.

A. made up for B. saved up for C. took the place of

6.Twenty people were expected ,but only ten________

           A. turned round                   B turned up 

           C. turned out                        D. turned to

7.If we_______, we can realize the progress we have made.

    A. turn back                        B. look back   

    C. answer back                  D. move back

8.If you do not feel well, you should not ______going to see

the doctor.

 A. pick out     B. give off        C. put off   D. make out

9. we must _______ that our customs and habits are different

from theirs.

 A. keep in mind              B. keep up with

 C. keep in touch with     D. keep to ourselves

10. We cant wait . We have to ______the direction and the   distance before we take action

 A. make out    B. figure out  C. think out    D. turn out

Homework:

Finish Parts C1 and C2 on P112 of the workbook.

Period 6-7  Task

Teaching aims and demands:

1. To train the students’ ability of listening and writing.

2. To practise writing a report for a programme on short-sightedness.

Teaching procedure:

Step 1 Brainstorming

1.        Do you often watch English news on TV?

2.        How much can you understand?

3.        What problems do you have in listening to the news about current affairs or situations?

Skills building 1: listening for current situation

If you are listening to a TV report about a current situation, you will need to listen for the following:

1.        The current situation (This may be a problem)

2.        An explanation of the situation (this may include facts and figures to support the explanation, and probably a definition of the topic)

3. Reasons why the situation exists.

4. How the situation can be recognized and the problems solved.

You will also think about the following:

1).Why do you need to understand the information?

2).How will you use the information?

3).Will need to change the information or will use it as it is?

Step 1. Completing notes

A: Listen to a TV programme and take notes to report on the current problems of short-sightedness, which is very common among Chinese teenagers today.

B: Read the following article, and then fill in the table with the measures this school is taking. Write the correct letters in the column on the left.

C: Listen to a radio announcement about what No.9 Secondary School has done to help protect students’eyesight.

Skills building 2: interviewing someone

When you are conducting an interview, you need to structure and organize your interview and your questions in a certain way.

1.        Introduce yourself and thank your guest for agreeing to be interviewed.

2.        Say why you are doing the interview and what you want to find out.

3.        Start to ask questions from general questions to more detailed questions.

Step 2 Interviewing someone

1. Discuss solutions to protect eyesight.

1) Do eye exercises twice every day.

2) Do not read in bed or without good lighting.

3) Take some eyesight supplements such as Vitamins A, C and E.

2. You are interviewing a doctor about what parents and students can do to protect students’ eyesight. Do the interview with your partner according to the information on page 28.

Skills building 3: writing a radio script

When writing a script, you need to include:

1.        Who you are

2.        The subject

3.        The opening

4.        Explanation of what the topic is

   5.  Background information, including the current situation

6.  Reference to other sources

7.  recommendations

8.  Closing (thank people for listening)

Step 3. writing a report for the school radio station

   Write a radio script for a programme on short-sightedness for your school radio station. Use the information in step 1 and 2 to help you.

Step 4. Homework

1.        Preview “Project”.

2.        Write a report on short-sightedness.

Period 8-9  Project

Teaching aims and demands:

1. Enable students to understand the passage better.

2. Develop students’ listening, reading, writing and thinking ability.

3. Enable the students to prepare and present an oral report on a Chinese medicine.

Teaching Approaches:

Task-based approaches

Form of Activities:

Individual, pair or group work and topic discussions.

Teaching Aids:

The multimedia and the blackboard

Teaching Procedures:

Step 1 Revision

Translation:

1.麻疹                                 7.流感

2.疟疾                                 8.病房

3.水痘                                 9.糖尿病

4.中风                                10.霍乱

5.伤寒                                11.急诊室

6.诊室                                12.重症监护室

Step 2Lead-in

1.        Show a picture of acupuncture treatment on the screen and ask the students a question:

Have you ever experienced an acupuncture treatment?

2. Show another two pictures about different tools used for acupuncture treatment in the past and now.

Step 3 Fast Reading

1.Scan the text and find which of the topics is not mentioned: history, past uses, current uses, disadvantages in the West, benefits and disadvantages

(The disadvantages of Chinese disadvantages are not mentioned.)

2. What medical problems can acupuncture treat?

Bad pains, headaches, injuries, stomach problems, blood pressure problems,   addiction to cigarettes, drugs, alcohol and food.

3. How does acupuncture reduce or relieve pain?

It is unclear now. One theory suggests that acupuncture blocks pain signals from reaching the spinal cord or brain. Another theory suggests acupuncture promotes the production of chemicals in the body which reduces pain.

Step 4 Further Reading

1. Listening for further information

Para 1

1. Ask the students the main idea of the paragraph.

  (The history of Chinese acupuncture).

2. Ask the students to retell the history of Chinese acupuncture (magic needles).

began—the Stone Age

be practised—4,000 years

be developed—2,000 years ago

Paras 2 -3

1. Ask the students the main idea of the paragraph.

  (The development of Chinese acupuncture).

2.      Ask the students to retell the development of Chinese acupuncture.

In the past

Nowadays

stone or pottery needles

metal needles

make holes on swollen areas

put needles into the skin at certain points

365 acupuncture points

about 2,000 acupuncture points

Para 5

Ask some questions in detail:

1. How does an acupuncturist examine a patient?

 (First ask the patient’s medical history and lifestyle. And then look at the color of the patient’s skin and tongue, listen to his breathing and check his pulses.)

2. How many pulses are there and what are they connected with?

 (There’re twelve different pulses, six on each wrist. Every one is connected with a major body organ or function of an organ.)

3. Why will an acupuncturist check pulses?

 (This will help him/her find out which energy channel doesn’t have enough energy.)

Step 6 More information

Show some pictures on the screen to introduce more information about Chinese acupuncture.

1. Different tools for acupuncture

2. Now it is popular that acupuncture is used to help people lose weight .

3. The traditional Chinese acupuncture is becoming more and more popular with foreigners. For example, Oscar king Adrien Brody was keen to try acupuncture treatment. William’s hair is becoming less and less. He is eager to try Chinese acupuncture treatment.

4. Dae jang Deum in the TV play series once used acupuncture to treat patients. But some experts said the plot was not true.

5. Pets also follow the fashion.

Step 7 Discussion

1. What are your thoughts on acupuncture?

2. What are the possible benefits or disadvantages of acupuncture over other treatments?

Step 6 Homework

1. Write an article about traditional Chinese medicine (one herb or treatment).

2. Finish the exercises of this unit.

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