Unit 6 Do you like bananas?
I. Teaching Content
Section A from 1a to 2c (p.31-p32)
II. Teaching Aims
1. Students master the new words: banana, hamburger, tomato, ice-cream, salad, strawberry, pear, milk, bread.
2.Students can use the following sentences to talk about their likes and dislikes: --Do you/they like...?
--Yes, I/they do. No, I/they don’t.
--Does he/she like...?
--Yes, he/she does. No, he/she doesn’t
I/They like.... I/They don’t like....
She/He likes..... He/She doesn’t like....
3.Grammar Points: Present tense to like.
Review Plural forms of countable nouns.
4. Improve students’ interests towards English and train students to work in small teams.
III. Teaching Important and Difficult Points
1. Present tense to like.
2. Yes/No questions and short answers.
3. Affirmative and negative statements.
IV. Teaching Aids
A computer, a tape player and tapes, a blackboard, an apple and an orange. V. Teaching Procedures:
Step1. Warming up (Greet the students as usual).
Step2. Lead in: Presentation, show students some pictures about food and help them to say the new words, then teach the students these words. Then have a practice about plural forms of countable nouns, ask students to turn the countable nouns into plural forms.
Work on 1a, ask students to match the words with the pictures. Then check the answers together.
Step3. Show students an apple and introduce the statement:
I like apples.
Then ask them: Do you like apples?
Help them answer with: Yes, I do. Or No, I don’t.
Then have more some conversations with several students and ask students to practice the sentences above in pairs.
Show students an orange and introduce the statement:
I don’t like oranges.
Ask students with: Do you like oranges? Help students answer with Yes, I do. Or No, I don’t.
Ask more questions, and introduce them: Do they like....? Help them answer with Yes, they do. Or No, they don’t.
Guessing game. Tell students that there is another thing in the words we have learned this class the teacher doesn’t like, and ask them to guess what is it? Use the sentence: Do you like...?
Step4 Work on 1b. Play the recording and ask students order the conversations 1-3. Then check the answers.
Let students read the conversations together and have their own conversations with their partners
Ask several pairs to act their conversations out.
Work on 2a, 2b. Ask students to do another listening exercise 2a and 2b. Play the recording, let them circle the words they hear. Then check the answers.
Play the recording again, let them fill in the blanks in 2b. Then check the answers.
Play the recording again and let students try to write what food the boy and the girl like and what food they don’t like. Then check the answers, help them answer with: She likes.... She doesn’t like.... He likes.... He doesn’t like....
Step5. Let students answer the following questions:
1. Does the girl like hamburgers?
2. Does she like ice-cream?
3. Does she like tomatoes? Help them answer with: Yes, she does. Or No, she doesn’t.
4. Does the boy like hamburgers?
5. Does he like ice-cream?
6. Does he like tomatoes? Help them answer with: Yes, he does. Or No, he doesn’t.
Step6. Pair-work. Let students practice the sentences above and have their own conversations.
1. Find more words about food.
2. Practice the conversations we had learned this class.
3. Preview Section A 2d.