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英语第八课教案

发布时间:2013-12-07 10:30:49  

1.Topic: Lesson 8 There is a zoo in our city

2. Learning objectives: 1) with the help of pictures, students can master the English names of some animals and use their own words to describe them.

2) Students can know something about there be sentence structure.

3. Key points and difficult points: 1) flexibly describe animals

2) the use of there be sentence structure.

4. Teaching aids: PowerPoint, books, picture

5. Teaching method: task-based method

6. Time allowance: 15 min.

7. Procedures:

T: Yesterday I went to a place. At that place, I saw many interesting things. They are quite different from each other, but they all belong to one thing—animal. Do you know where did I go?

S: The zoo.

T: Yes, I went to the zoo. Today we are going to learn Lesson 8, There is a zoo in our city. First, let’s see some words and pictures. Look at the first one. Oh, what’s this? Do you know how this word is pronounced?

S: ``````

T: It is tiger. Do you know what tiger means?

S: No.

T: OK, let’s see the picture. This is a tiger Now read after me. Tiger. Tiger. T-I-G-E-R, Tiger.

S: Tiger. Tiger. T-I-G-E-R, Tiger.

T: What do you think of the tiger when you see the picture?

S: `````

T: (write what they say on the blackboard.)

T: Good job. I’m surprised that you have done so well. We know that the tiger is very dangerous, so you should keep far away from them even if they are in cages. Now let’s see the second picture. They are two monkeys. A big monkey and a small monkey. Do you know what monkey means?

S: Yes.

T: It seems that they are looking at something. What do you think they are looking at? S: `````

T: Your imagination is so excellent. Very good. But I think they are looking at another monkey, Monkey Father. Now read after me. Monkey. Monkey. M-O-N-K-E-Y Monkey.

S: . Monkey. Monkey. M-O-N-K-E-Y Monkey.

T: Let’s see another one. Do you know how this word is pronounced?

S: ````

T: It’s panda. Look at the picture. This is a panda. Read after me. Panda. Panda. P-A-N-D-A Panda.

S: Panda. Panda. P-A-N-D-A Panda.

T: We all know that panda is our national treasure. But why does it become our national treasure?

S: ``````

T: All what you said are very reasonable. But I think it become our national treasure just because it has Chinese kungfu. Let’s go to another picture. They are bears. OK, read after me. Bear. Bear. B-E-A-R Bear.

S: Bear. Bear. B-E-A-R Bear.

T: look. It seems to be a bear family. Do you like them?

S: Yes/No.

T: Why/Why not?

S: ``````

T: You may have different opinions about bears, but I believe you have your own reasons. And I think in most cases, bears are very lovely. Let’s come to the last one. Do you know how it is pronounced?

S: `````.

T: It’s dolphin. Now read after me. Dolphin. Dolphin. D-O-L-P-H-I-N Dolphin. S: Dolphin. Dolphin. D-O-L-P-H-I-N Dolphin.

T: Do you know what dolphin is?

S: No.

T: Look at this picture. They are two dolphins. What do you think of dolphins when you see the picture?

S: `````

T: Yes. They are also very clever. They can even play with balls. Look, they are happily playing with balls. It is said that the dolphin is one of the cleverest animals in the world. OK. Now read all the word again.

Tiger. T-I-G-E-R, Tiger. Monkey. M-O-N-K-E-Y Monkey. Panda. P-A-N-D-A Panda. Bear. B-E-A-R Bear. Dolphin. D-O-L-P-H-I-N Dolphin.

S: Tiger. T-I-G-E-R, Tiger. Monkey. M-O-N-K-E-Y Monkey. Panda. P-A-N-D-A Panda. Bear. B-E-A-R Bear. Dolphin. D-O-L-P-H-I-N Dolphin.

T: Now let’s play a game. Guess what it is or what they are. Here I’ll give you parts of the pictures we have just seen, and you’ll guess what kind of animal it is. I’ll divide you into two groups, and you’ll have a competition. Anyone who knows the answer can stand up and speak it out quickly and then spell the words as correctly as possible. I’ll see which group can give more correct answers. OK? Let’s begin.

S: ``````

T: All of you have done a very good job. I believe that all of you have mastered all the words. So what can you see in the zoo?

S: we can tigers, monkeys, pandas, bears and dolphins in the zoo.

T: Yes. So there are tigers, monkeys, pandas, bears and dolphins in the zoo. Here I use a new sentence structure. Look at the screen. There are tigers, monkeys, pandas, bears and dolphins in the zoo. There is a zoo in our city. There is some water in the glass.There isn’t any water in the glass. Can you get something about the new sentence structure? When should we use it? Who’d like to share his opinion?

S: ``````

T: This sentence structure is there be sentence structure. It is used to show that something exists or happens. Look at this picture. Can you describe it with there be

sentence structure?

S: ```

T: If the noun is in plural form, we should use there are. So the sentence should be there are some bananas on the tree. Then how about this picture?

S: ````

T: Good. There aren't any bananas on the tree. I want you to make a sentence by using there be sentence structure within 30 seconds.

S: ``````

T: Good job. (put a book on the table) Here if I ask you “Is there a book on the table?” what should you say?

S: Yes.

T: Yes. Now you can say “Yes there is” (take away the book). Is there a book on the table?

S: No.

T: You can say “No, there isn’t” (put two books on the table). Are there any books on the table?

S: ```

T: You can say “Yes there are” or “Yes, there are some.” (take away the books) Are there any books on the table?

S: ```

T: You can say “No, there aren’t” or “No, there aren’t any”. Look at these two sentences. There is an apple and two oranges on the table. There are two oranges and an apple on the table. Why do I use “is” in the first sentence and “are” in the second? Who knows the secret?

S: `````

T: When the first noun after be is in singular form, we should use “there is” and when the first noun after be is in plural form, we should use “there are”. Who’d like to make two sentences in this form?

S: ````

T: Please make a dialogue with your partner by using there be sentence structure. You can ask questions and then answer it with there be sentence structure. Here are some pictures. You can make dialogues with their help or you can make it all by yourself. OK, please start.

S: ````

T: All of you have done a very good job. I hope you will go over it after class.

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