Welcome to my class
Go for it J9
A guessing game
Do you often help others?
Tell us something about the last time you helped others.
I helped to clean the classroom. I helped my parents with the chores. I _________________________. I _________________________.
I’ll help clean up the city parks.
There are many other ways you could help people. You could help clean up the city parks.
You could cheer up the old people.
What other ways you could help people? Just think and fill in the chart.
other ways you could help people
_____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _______________________ _______________________ _______________________
Here are four conversations about helping others. Listen carefully and fill in the blanks in each sentences.
1. 2. 3. 4. I’d like to _____ outside. You could help clean _____ the city parks. I’d like to _____ homeless people. You could give _____ food at the food bank. I’d like to cheer _____ sick kids. You could _____ them in the hospital. I’d like help kids _____ their schoolwork. You could _____ in an after-school study program.
Practice the conversation below. Then have similar conversation using the information in activity 1B.
A: I’d like to work outside. B: You could help clean up the city parks.
A group of students are planning a City Parks Clean-Up Day. They are talking about ways to tell people about the Clean-Up Day. Listen and fill in the blanks. 1. 2. We need to ______ _______ _______ a plan. We can’t _______ _______ making a plan. Clean-Up Day is only two weeks from now.
I’ll _______ _______ all our ideas.
We could _______ _______ signs. I’ll _______ _______ advertisements after school.
We could each _______ _______ ten people and ask them to come.
cheer up clean up put off
set up come up with
Lei Feng Day is two weeks from now. We need to come up with a plan. What would you like to do? Talk with your partner and come up with a plan.
A: We need to come up with a plan. B: Let’s have lunch first. A: No’ we can’t put off making a plan. Clean-Up Day is only two weeks from now. B: ….
cheer up set up
He looks sad. Let?s cheer him up.
Meaning of phrasal verb
make someone happier
We?re going to set establish , start up a food bank to help hungry people. We need to come think up up with some ideas.
come up with
set up cheer up clean up put off come up with write down
? I forgot to _____ its address _____, now I can?t find it. ? He couldn?t _____ an idea. ? After meals, Hanmei often helps _____ the table at home. ? We have to _____ the meeting because of rain. ? Young man, _____! Don?t cry for the over spilt milk. ? He _____ a new world record in September, 1935.
A guessing game
A: I ? d like to do something for the Olympics in 2008 in Beijing. What should I do?
B: You could join the volunteer project. Being a vol
unteer is great!
Being a volunteer is great!
volunteer their time to spend … doing… not only … but … set up plan to cheer up put off
What kinds of volunteer work could these students do? After you read the article , fill in the table.
Xiao Tang writing stories Joy Wei movies music
Role play. Take turns being one of the people in the article. Ask for and give advice.
A: I’d like to join the school volunteer project, but I’m not sure what should I do. B: What do you like doing?
A: I love playing football.
B: Well, you could help coach a football team for little kids.
If you work for the school volunteer project, some students want to be volunteers. Give your advice to them.
Listen and match the sentences with similar meanings.
____ 1. I’ve run out of it. ____ 3. I fixed it up. ____ 4. I gave it away.
A. I repaired it. C. I am similar to her. D. I didn’t sell it.
____ 2. I take after my mother. B. I don’t have any more of it.
Jimmy is a volunteer at the school volunteer project. After listening to the tape, can you guess what job Jimmy does? Make up a conversation with your partner.
Read the article and underline all the phrasal verbs.
Make a note of the things that Jimmy did to solve his problem.
1. He did a radio interview. 2. ______________________________. 3. ______________________________. 4. ______________________________. 5. ______________________________.
Brainstorm a plan for helping out in your community. Make notes on where you will help and what you will do. Then tell the class about your plan.
where ___________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________ what ___________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________
Write an article using the notes below. Tell what happens to Sally.
Sally Brown / a young woman / wants to be a professional singer / as a volunteer / sings at a local hospital / cheers up sick people / also sings at schools / ran out of money for singing lessons / came up with ideas for making money / put up signs asking for singing jobs / also called up parents offering singing lessons for children / now will be able to continue her lesson / become a professional singer
Make sentences using the phrasal verbs below.
come up with put off write down put up hand out call up cheer up clean up set up
How do you connect with your friends, have a call, write a letter or send an e-mail?
How is a letter different from an article? List three differences.
using parts of speech
If you don’t understand a word or a phrase in English, ask yourself what part of speech it is. It might be a none, a verb or a preposition. Knowing what it is can help you understand
better. And it allows you to use the new English word or phrase correctly in the future.
Find three examples of phrasal verbs from the reading. Using them to make sentences of your own.
1 . _______ Sentence: __________ __________
2 . ______ Sentence: __________ __________
3 . _______ Sentence: __________ __________
Use information in the letter to make true sentences by matching the different parts.
Miss Li Liz Smith Lucky “Animal Helpers”
can fetch trains donated is
unable to move well. money to “Animal Helpers” animals like lucky. things for disable people.
Write a short reply to Liz Smith. In your letter: Dear Liz, 1. Offer to help her more. 2. Say why you are able to help. 3. Say what you could do to help.
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