《Unit 11 Section A》教案
The First Period
Ⅰ． Teaching Aims and Demands
1． Knowledge Objects
（1） Key Vocabulary
restroom, shampoo, stamp
（2） Target Language
Excuse me． Can you please tell me where I can get a dictionary? Sure． There’s a bookstore on River Road．
2． Ability Objects
（1）Train students’ listening ability．
（2）Train students’ communicative competence．
3． Moral Object
Helping each other is very important． It is a good quality． Ⅱ． Teaching Key Point
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-answer activity to help the students go through with the listening
Ⅴ． Teaching Aids
1． A tape recorder．
2． Real objects．
Ⅵ． Teaching Procedures
Step Ⅰ Revision
T: You’re new to this school． You need to know where the main office is． How can you ask where the main office is?
S1: Where’s the main office?
T: That’s one way to ask． But there is a more polite way you can ask． You can say, "Can you tell me where the main office is?" Class repeat． Can you tell me where the main office is?
Ss: Can you tell me where the main office is?
T: That’s correct． Now let’s say you want to know where Classroom 1 is． How can you ask?
S2: Can you tell me where Classroom 1 is?
T: Good! There’s another polite way you can ask: Could you tell me how to get to Classroom 1? Class repeat． Could you tell me how to get to Classroom 1?
Ss: Could you tell me how to get to Classroom 1?
T: That’s right． Very good．
Step Ⅱ 1a
This activity reviews earlier vocabulary and introduces some new words．
Go through the instructions with the class．
Read the list of things to the class． To review the meaning of each item on the list, invite different students to say each phrase in their own words．
Point to the lettered parts of the picture one by one．
Ask a student: What kind of place is this?
What do they sell there? Do we have one in our community? What is the name of the one in our community?
Point out the sample answer． Say, The letter c is in front of the words buy shampoo because you could buy shampoo in a department store． There may be more than one correct answer for some blanks．
While students are working, move around the room offering help as necessary． Check the answers．
shampoo: a or c information: a or e
magazines :a or d writing paper: a or c
dictionary: d stamps: e
telephone call: a or e save money: b
Shampoo is special soap, liquid, powder, etc． for washing of the hair．
Step Ⅲ 1b
This activity gives students practice in understanding the target language in spoken conversation．
Read the instructions to students． Point out the two conversations that are shown in the picture．
As you listen, fill in the blanks with words you hear in the recording．
Play the recording the first time．
Students only listen．
Play the recording a second time．
This time ask them to fill in the blanks with the words you hear．
When students listen, stop the recording from time to time to allow students enough time to fill in the blanks． Check the answers with the whole class．
1． buy some stamps 4． save money
2． post office 5． bank
3． Center Street 6． Main Street
Girl 1: Excuse me． Could you tell me where I can buy some stamps?
Boy 1: Yes． There’s post office on Center Street．
Girl 1 :Oh． Can you tell me where Center Street is．
Boy 1: Sure． Go past the bank． Center Street is on your right．
Girl 1: Thanks a lot．
Boy 1: No problem．
Girl 2: Excuse me． Do you know where I can save money?
Boy 2: Sure． There’s a bank on Main Street．
Girl 2: Oh． Could you please tell me how to get there?
Boy 2: Yes…Go straight ahead． The bank is on your left．
Girl 2: Thank you．
Boy 2: You’re welcome．
Step Ⅳ 1c
This activity provides guided oral practice using the target language．
Read the instructions to the class．
Point out the example in the box． Get two students to read it to the class．
S1: Excuse me． Can you please tell me where I can get a dictionary?
S2: Sure． There’s a bookstore on River Road．
Point out the list of things people need and the pictures of the places in activity 1a． Say． Look at activity la． Have a conversation with a partner． Ask your parter politely where you can do these thing and then answer your partner’s questions．
As students work, listen to some pairs in order to check the progress and help with pronunciation as needed．
After students have had a chance to practise several exchanges, ask some pairs to come to the front of the classroom and act out their conversations．
Step Ⅴ Summary
In this class, we’ve learned some important words, such as restroom, shampoo and so on． We’ve also learned the target language． Excuse me． Can you please tell me where
I can get a dictionary? Sure．
There’s a bookstore on River Road．
Step Ⅵ Homework
Review the target language．
Step Ⅶ Blackboard Design