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人教版九全《Unit 12 Section A》教案

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《Unit 12 Section A》教案

the First Period

Ⅰ. Teaching Aims and Demands

1. Knowledge Objects

(1)Key Vocabulary

bow, kiss, be supposed to, shake hands, customs

(2) Target’ Language

What are people in Korea supposed to do when they meet for the first time? They’re supposed to bow.

2. Ability Objects

(1)Train students’ listening ability.

(2)Train students’ communicative competence.

3. Moral Objects

Before you meet foreigners, you should some customs. In this way, you can act politely and properly.

Ⅱ. Teaching Key Points

Target language

Ⅲ. Teaching Difficult Points

1. How to train students’ listening ability.

2. How to train students’ communicative competence.

Ⅳ. Teaching Methods

1. Scene teaching method

2. Listening-and-answering activity to help the students go through with the listening material.

Ⅴ. Teaching Aids

1. A tape recorder

2. A map of the world

Ⅵ. Teaching Procedures

Step Ⅰ Revision

T: Yesterday we finished Unit 11. In this unit, we learned some ways of asking for information politely. Now if you want to go to a library to get a book, how can you ask? S1: Do you know where I can get a book?

S2: Could you tell me how to get to the library?

S3: Can you please tell me where I can buy a book?

T: Very good. You’re right. From today on, we’ll learn Unit 12.

Write the two column headings on the board: Right and Wrong.

Say, Please tell me things that are good to do in school and that are not good to do in school.

Write each suggestion under the appropriate heading on the board.

T: Is it a good idea to come to class late?

S1: No.

T: That’s right, It’s not a good idea to come to class late. You’re not supposed to come to class late. Class repeat. You’re not supposed to come to class late.

Ss: You’re not supposed to come to class late.

T: (Writes come to class late under wrong) What are some things you shouldn’t do? S2: We shouldn’t eat in class.

T: Right. You’re not supposed to eat in class.

Ask students to repeat this example.

Then ask students to tell about some things that are good to do in school. They may say things such as, You should do your homework every day; You should raise your hand before you talk. Rephrase each of these sentences using supposed to and ask students to repeat: You’re supposed to do your homework every day.

You’re supposed to raise your hand before you talk.

Step Ⅱ 1a

This activity introduces some target language.

Let students read the instructions.

Point to the two lists of words. Read each word and ask students to repeat it. Put up a map of the world on the board.

Ask students to explain where each of the countries is.

Suggested answers

1. Brazil is in South America, next to Peru.

2. The United States is in North America, next to Canada.

3. Japan is in East Asia, to the east of China,

4. Mexico is in North America, on the south of America.

5. Korea is in East Asia, It is our neighbor.

Ask different students to act out the action described by each word or phrase—bow,

shake hands, and kiss.

Read the instructions again and ask students to match the customs lettered a, b and c with the numbered countries.

Look at the sample answer. Tall students to guess if they aren’t sure.

Answers

1. c 2. b 3. a 4. b 5. a

Step Ⅲ 1b

This activity gives students practice understanding the target language in spoken conversation.

Go through the instructions with the class. Point to the lists in Activity la and say, Now you will hear a conversation between a boy and a girl. Their conversation contains the answers to the questions in

Activity 1a.

Play the tape for the first time. This time, students only listen.

Play the tape a second time. Ask them to listen to the recording and check their answers to Activity 1a.

Check the answers with the class. Invite a student to read the answers.

Answers

1. c 2. b 3. a 4. b 5. a

Tapescript

Boy 1: What are people supposed to do when they meet in your country, Celia? Girl 1: Well, do you mean when friends meet for the first time?

Boy 1: Yeah.

Girl 1: Well, in Brazil, friends kiss.

Boy 1: What about in Mexico, Rodriguez?

Boy 2: In Mexico we shake hands.

Boy 1: How about in Japan, Yashi?

Boy 3: We bow.

Girl 2: And in Korea we also bow.

Boy 1: Well, I guess in most Western countries we shake hands.

Step Ⅳ 1c

This activity provides guided oral practice using the target language.

Read the instructions to the whole class.

Point out the example in the box. Ask two students to read it to the class.

SA: What are people in Korea supposed to do when they meet for the first time? SB: They’re supposed to bow.

Point to the lists of customs and countries in Activity la. Tell students to first talk about these countries and customs, and then talk about other countries and customs they know about.

As students work together, move around the classroom checking their work.

Ask different pairs of students to ask and answer a question for the class.

S1: What are people in the United States supposed to do when they meet for the first time?

S2: They’re supposed to shake hands.

S3: What are people in Japan supposed to do when they meet for the first time? S4: They’re supposed to bow.

S5: What are people in France supposed to do when they meet for the first time? S6: They’re supposed to shake hands.

Step Ⅴ Summary

In this class, we’ve learned some important words, such as bow, kiss, be supposed to, shake hands. We’ve also learned the target language What are people in Korea supposed to do when they meet for the first time? They’re supposed to bow.

Step Ⅵ Homework

Review the target language.

Step Ⅶ Blackboard Design

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