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人教版九全《Unit 11 Reading》教案

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《Unit 11 Reading》教案

The Seventh Period

Reading: Grown-ups like cartoons, too.

Ⅰ Teaching Aims and Demands

1. Knowledge Objects

(1) Key Vocabulary

image, adventure, jealousy, hero, crime, journey, brave, no longer, show interest in, take it easy, become interested in, plain looks


Grown-ups like cartoons, too.

2. Ability Objects

(1) Fast-reading to get a general idea of the text.

(2) Careful-reading to get the detailed information in the text.

(3) Learn the words and phrases from the context.

3. Moral Objects

We can learn something about history from cartoons. We should also learn from some heroes by them. In this way, we’ll love our motherland better.

Ⅱ. Teaching Key Points

1. Key vocabulary.

2. Train students’ reading and writing skills.

Ⅲ. Teaching Difficult Point

Train students’ reading and writing skills.

Ⅳ. Teaching Methods

1. Reading and writing to improve students’ ability.

2. Pairwork and groupwork to make every student work in class. Ⅴ. Teaching Aid

A projector.

Ⅵ. Teaching Procedures

Step I Key Vocabulary

This activity introduces the key vocabulary words.

Show the following vocabulary on the screen by a projector.

Say the words and have students repeat them again and again until they can pronounce them fluently and accurately.

Step Ⅱ Part 1

This activity allows students to activate their background knowledge before attempting the reading.

Read the title Grown-ups like cartoons, too. To the class. Ask, what do you think the article is about?

Look at the picture. Ask students to describe what is happening in the picture. Ask students to answer the five questions. But don’t look at the reading text.

Instead, they use their background knowledge to try to answer the questions. As students work, walk around, looking at their progress.

When most students finish the task, ask students to answer the questions with a parter. Elicit answers from the students. Ask if other students have the same or different answers. Do not give the correct answers to the students at this point. Wait until

students have finished the reading and let them revise their answers accordingly. Answers

1. Tin-tin

2. Sun Wukong

3. Garfield

4. Piglet

5. Japan

Step Ⅲ Part 2

This activity encourages students to read quickly for detail.

Read the text quickly, then summarize each paragraph in your own words. As the students are doing this, move around the classroom to make sure they can do the task in English.

Ask five students to report their answers.

Suggested answers

1. Many young adults are showing interest in cartoons.

2. One of the young adults Qiu gets relaxation from reading cartoons or watching them on TV.

3. It’s interesting to follow the history of cartoons in China.

4. People also became interested in foreign cartoons.

5. Why Hong Yannan likes the cartoon Chibi Maruko Chan.

Draw students’ attention to the instructions.

Ask students to complete the task individually or in pairs.

As they work, walk around the classroom to make sure students discuss their reasons in English.

Have students report their answers. Encourage students to use complete sentences. Answers

City Hunter d

Chibi Maruko Chan a

Monkey King c

Winnie the Pooh b

Step Ⅳ Part 3

This activity encourages students to use the strategy of reading in context.

Point to the story. Look at the words indicated in bold. Ask different students to guess the meaning. Don’t give them the correct answers. Ask students to read the article once. Say, pay attention to the bold words and expressions. And note any other words or sentences, you don’t understand. Read in context, guessing their meanings from the other words around them. Ask students to read the article again for comprehension. Read the instructions with the students and have them look at the example. Then ask students to match the correct meanings with the correct words and expressions. Allow them one or two minutes to do this.

Check the answers:


image c; jealousy b; take it easy d;

hero a; crime f; plain looks e

Get students to make sentences with the words and expressions. Remind them to look at the article again for extra help.

Answers to this activity will vary. Then ask a students to write his/her answers on the blackboard. Help correct any mistakes.

Suggested answers

1. Many children’s books have beautiful images.

2. This is an act out of jealousy.

3. Don’t be nervous and take it easy.

4. The story is about a hero many years ago.

5. There is much crime nowadays in America.

6. The girl has very plain looks.

Step Ⅴ Part 4

This activity helps students read for specific information and paraphrase ideas.

Read the instructions to the class. Elicit the first answer from the students from memory. Make sure that they understand what they need to do.

Ask students to do the activity on their own or in pairs. As they work, walk around the classroom offering help students may need.

Check the answers.

Sample answers

1. the character is more like a real person than a cartoon

2. to relax

3. old stories

4. they often looked at real-life things, like crime in the city

5. to get Buddhist writings

Step Ⅵ Part 5

This activity helps students work in a group and think critically about what they have read. Read the task with the students.

Ask students to do the activity in small groups. Try to put creative and artistic students in each group.

Check the answers and have students show or act out their cartoons for the class. Optional activity

As an optional in-class or homework activity, remind students to find some cartoons and cut out the speech bubbles.

Students can then write their own English stories in the speech bubbles.

Step Ⅶ Summary

In this class, we’ve practised a lot of reading and writing.

Step Ⅷ Homework

1. Read the story in 2 again for further comprehension.

2. Revise the target language in this unit.

Step IX Blackboard Design

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