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Unit 4 Don’t eat in class.
Ⅰ. Analysis of the Teaching Material
1.Status and Function
In this unit students learn to talk about school and family rules. Such a topic is so familiar to students that they must be active in all the activities in class. It is helpful to raise learning interest and useful to improve students’ listening,speaking,reading and writing skills.
(1)The first period introduces some negative imperatives first. Then students are provided with much listening and oral practice using the target language “What are the rules?”
(2)In the second period students do much listening and oral practice using the words “can” and “can’t”.After this class,students know more about what they can or can’t do at school.
(3)The third period provides students with much oral practice using the phrase “have to”.And the game in the last part is useful to raise learning interest.It is useful to improve spoken English.
(4)In the fourth period students learn to talk about what they do or don’t have to do at home.
(5)In the fifth period students learn to write a letter to talk about their family rules.And they also learn to talk about some common signs.All the activities are designed to improve students’ reading and writing skills.
(6)The self check in the last period is designed to give students more reinforced practice,especially writing practice.In this way,students better understand how to apply what they have learned in their daily life.
2.Teaching Aims and Demands
In this unit students learn to talk about rules.
Make students learn and grasp imperatives and the usage of the words “can” and “have to”.
Train students’ listening,speaking,reading and writing skills.Train students’ integrating skills.
As students,we must obey school rules.
3.Teaching Key Points
Learn the key vocabulary and the target language. Learn the imperatives and the words “can” and “have to”.
Train students’ listening,speaking,reading and writing skills. Learn to write a letter.
Teach students how to talk about rules in daily life.
1.Language Function: Talk about rules.
2.Target Languages:Don’t eat in class! Can we wear hats? No,we can’t. We don’t have to wear a school uniform.
Imperatives. Can for permission. Modal have to.
in class, classroom, hallway, gym, arrive,hate,go out, practice, inside, outside, uniform, sports shoes,fight,can,can’t,have to
5.Learning Strategies: Scanning. Deducing.
Ⅲ. Periods: 5 periods.
Period 1 (Section A: 1a—1c)
1. Words & phrases
Ms, hallway, classroom, fight, rule
2. Key sentences
Don’t eat in the hallways.
Sorry, Ms Clark.
Enable the students to listen to and talk about school rules.
Learning ability goals
Help the students learn how to listen to and talk about school rules.
Teaching important / difficult points
How to listen to and talk about school rules.
Teaching aids A tape recorder.
Teaching procedures and ways
Step I Warming up
Talk about the school rules.
T: Hello, boys and girls. I think you want to be free at any time. But in our life we have many rules to follow. Do you know what the word “rule” means?
Simply explain the meaning of the word “rule”.
T: A rule is very important for a game, a school, a factory or a family. It tells us how things must be done or what you can do and what you can’t do. With people obeying the rules, schools, factories, and families can go on very well. Of course, our school has its rules for you to follow. Can you tell me some rules in our school?
S1: Don’t be late for school.
S2: Don’t make a loud noise in classrooms.
T: Very good. (Turning to another student) Can you tell me a school rule?
S3: Don’t take cellphones to school.
T: Well done. What else?
S4: Don’t play football near the classrooms. ...
T: Good. (Turning to another student) Tell me more rules please.
S5: Don’t sleep in class. Don’t eat in class.
T: Excellent. Who can tell me more school rules?
S5: Don’t fight.
S6: Don’t listen to music in the classroom. ...
Try to give more students chances to give their opinions. If they can speak well, don’t forget to praise them. Step II Talking about the picture (1a)
1. Ask the students to talk about the picture.
Ask the students to repeat the school rule.
Point out the students in the picture and the boxes next to them.
Write these words and expressions on the board and ask the students to repeat them. arrive late, run, eat, listen to music, fight
T: Now answer my question: Can the students run in the hallways? S1: No, they can’t.
T: Can the students arrive late? S2: No, they can’t.
T: Can the students listen to music or eat in the classrooms? S3: No, they can’t.