The First Period: 3a----3d
1. Review letters Aa ----Hh.
2. Master the greeting sentences.
3. Master the new words.
4. Consolidate the eight names.
1. Writing and Speaking practices.
2. Cooperative approach.
The text book, some pictures, handouts
1. 词汇： 1) 名词 n. ： afternoon, evening, thanks
2) 代词 pron. : you, I
3) 动词 v. : are
4) 形容词 adj.： fine, OK
2. 句型： 1) Good afternoon!
2) Good evening!
3) How are you? I’m fine. / I’m ok, thanks.
1. To greet the students in English.
2. How, I’m fine. 的正确发音，提醒学生注意/ au /, / ai /, / m /, / n / 的发音。
1. Warming-up and revision.
(1) Play the ——“ Good morning! How are you?” song before the class begins.
(2) Greet the students.
(3) Students practice greetings in groups of four using their English names.
(4) Students write down the letters from Aa to Hh by themselves. Ask two students to write
on the board. Then focus on their handwriting.
(5) Have a competition: Show the letters and ask students to read. The one who reads the
first is the winner.
(6) Show some letters to the students.
T: What do these letters mean?
(7) Play a game.
T: What letter is it?
(1) Use clocks to teach morning, afternoon and evening. Let students know we use different
words in different time.
(2) Show the picture in 3a on Page 3.
T: Look at the pictures carefully. Is it morning / afternoon / evening?
S: Morning. / Afternoon. / Evening.
T: Who are they in the first picture? Do you know their name?
S: Eric, Frank.
T: What do they say?
S: Good morning!
(3) Show some pictures to help them to say,
Good morning! Good afternoon! Good evening!
3. Work on 3a.
T: please open your books and turn to Page 3. let’s listen to the recording and number
(1) Play the recording for the first time, students only listen.
(2) Play the recording for the second time, students put the correct number of each
conversation in the box.
(3) Check their answers.
(4) Play the recording for the third time, students listen and repeat.
4. Work on 3b.
(1) Ask some individual students to practice conversations with the teacher.
T: Good morning / afternoon / evening, Alice.
S: Good morning, Mr. / Mrs. / Ms. / Miss ….
(2) Students practice in pairs.
(1) Show the pictures in 3c on Page 3.
T: Close your books. Look at the picture on the board. Who are they in the
S: Cindy and Dale.
T: What does Cindy say?
S: Good afternoon, Dale.
T: What does Dale say?
S: Good afternoon, Cindy! / Hi, Cindy! / Hello, Cindy!
T: And ….
T: And he says “How are you?”. She says “I’m fine, thanks. / I’m OK.”.
6. Work on 3c.
(1) Listen and repeat.
(2) Open your books and turn to Page 3 again. Look at the conversation. Follow me,
(3) Students practice in pairs.
7. Work on 3d.
(1) Ask two students to practice the conversation in class.
A: Hi, Helen! How are you?
B: Hi, Eric! I’m fine, thanks.
(2) Students practice the conversation with each other using their own English names.
They can practice with more classmates.
(3) Teacher shows a list of English names in the board and call them out. The students with
the name stands up and say —— “Yes.”
In this period, we’ve learned how to greet each other in different situations. And we’ve
also consolidated the names of the children.