Unit 4 A good read
Students can get the main content of the dialogue though extensive listening.
Students can get what book does daniel and sandy likes to read respectively.
Students can master the scentence mattern “what are you doing ?” “what do you like to do?”
Students can know how to get the main idea by using extensive listening skills.
Students can grasp the intensive listening skills in finding detailed information.
Students can improve their speaking skills through dialuge and group discussion.
Students can know the importance of reading and can develop a good habit of reading after learning this unit
Teaching key points and difficult points:
Scentence pattern: “-what are you doing ?-i am doing ” “-what do you like to do?- i’d like to do ”
Students can get main idea of listening material
Students can use the listening skills in finding different information of the listening material.
Students can know the importance of reading and can try to develop a good resding habit.
Step1 warming up:
1,Showa group of mottos about book reading to students on ppt(choose an anthor as you choose a friend; reading makes a full man;A good book is a good friend)
2,ask students a question “what do these mottos talk about? ”
Step 2 pre listening:
1,Show several pictures of different book covers, let students to classify these books.
2,ask students a question “which book do you want to read and why?”
3,tell students there are two friends daniel and sandy who are talking something about book.
Step3 while listening:
1, ask students to listen to the tape for the first time and ask students a question “what are they talking about?”(books)
2,How many kinds of books do they mentioned?(two)
1, ask students to listen to the tape again, ask students a question “what kind of book does daniel like to read and why?”(history books , because they can improve his knowledge of the past)
“what kind of book does sandy like to read and why?”(novels and plays,because she thinks the history books are boring)
2,ask students what does daniel and sandy read about respectively? (Germany in world war two; the moving story of an ungly man quasimodo)
Step4 post listening
1, ask students to imitate the dialuge in a real situation.
2, do a survey
Ask students to do a survey on “what do you like to read and why”in a group of four ,then choose some repoters to report.
Ask students to have a discussion on why do we need to read in a group of four,then ask some of them to share their opinions.
Step5 Summary and homework
Do a summary with students together by asking them questions, and tell students the importance of reading.
Ask students to choose his or her favourite book, introduce the book to the class and tell the class the reason why you choose it.
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