Teaching aims: ? Vocabulary:pierce license silly earing ? Teaching important and difficult points ? Ability Objects ? Train students’ listening skill and communicative competence. ? Moral Object ? Students should do what they are allowed to do and avoid doing what they aren’t allowed to do.
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教学流程： Review: the vocabulary Lead in: Presentation: some pictures Practice:convercations Summary Homework
? Look at the following pictures. ? Do you think the girl in the picture is beautiful? ? Why?
She can choose the clothes that she likes. ? Can you choose your own clothes? ? Do your parents let you buy the ? clothes you really like?
?1. Don’t arrive late for class. ?2. Don’t run in the hallways. ?3. Don’t eat in the classroom. ?4. Don’t listen to music in the classrooms or the hallways.
What other rules are there in the school?
Don’t arrive late for class.
= Students are not allowed to arrive late for class.
Don’t smoke. (No smoking)
Students should not be allowed to smoke. Don’t use mobile phone.
Students should not be allowed to use mobile phone.
Don’t have long hair.
Boys are not allowed to have long hair.
Don’t get ears pierced. Students should not be allowed to get ears pierced.
Do you agree? Or disagree?
Sixteen-year-olds should be allowed to drive.
Children should not be allowed to watch TV too long.
Listen and circle T or F
1.Anna can go to the mall with John. T F 2.Anna wants to get her ears pierced. T F 3.Anna is allowed to choose her own clothes. T F
Talk about the rules.
A: I think teenagers should be allowed to go
out with their friends.
B: I agree. They are old enough. They can
look after themselves well. too wild not serious enough too young not old enough too silly not calm enough
Students should be allowed to do homework with friends.
? A: I think teenagers should be ? allowed to do homework with friends ? B: I disagree. They talk instead of doing homework. ?
Sixteen-year-olds should be allowed to choose their own clothes.
? A: I think young people should be allowed to choose their own clothes. ? B:I disagree.They are not old enough.
Students should not be allowed to get ears pierced.
? A: I don’t think twelve-year-olds ? should be allowed to get their ? ears pierced. ? B: I agree. It’s too silly to wear ? earrings in the school.
Students should not be allowed to have part-time jobs.
A: I don’t think Students should be allowed to have part-time jobs. B :I disagree .They need to open their eyes.
Children should not be allowed to drive.
? A: I don’t think sixteen- year-olds should be allowed to drive. ? B:I agree.they aren’t serious enough.