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冀教版九年级上册Unit 4教案

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冀教版九年级上册Unit 4教案(英文版)

Unit 4 Stay Healthy

Lesson 25: What’s Wrong With Danny?

Teaching Content:

Mastery words and expressions: fever, hospital, nurse, pain, weak, spirit Oral words and expressions: Sara, I don’t feel well. / I’m not feeling well. get dressed, get a pain, have a fever.

Teaching Aims:

Talk about parts of the bodies and vocabulary related to illness and hospital.

Teach you how to see a doctor in foreign countries. Teaching Important Points:

See a doctor.

Compound Sentences.

Teaching Difficult Points:

Some words and expressions about the illness and seeing a doctor. Teaching Preparation: pictures

Teaching Aids: audiotape, flashcards, pictures

Type of lesson: new lesson

Teaching Procedure:

Step1.Warming up.

Talk about the question: How often are you ill? What is the last time that you are ill? What’s wrong with you?

Let the students talk about the questions in groups. Then give a report to the class. They can make up a dialogue in pairs or in three or four. If time is not enough, you can choose several groups to perform in front of the class.

Step2. Come to “THINK ABOUT IT”.

This is another activity in the class. Ask some students to speak freely. This is important to the text. We can find right way to deal with the illness. When they are speaking, help them and teach them new words. Teach the words and the expressions about the illness.

have a pain, have a fever, have a headache, stomach, doctor, nurse Step3. Listen to the tape and answer the following questions: What’s wrong with Danny?

Does Danny have to stay in hospital?

This is a difficult task for the students. If the questions are a little difficult, they can’t answer them. But we don’t have time to let them listen again.

Step4. Read the text.

Read the text and check the answers in listening part. Encourage the students to ask more questions about this part. Such as: When does Danny feel unwell?

What does Mr. Dinosaur think of Danny’s illness?

Does Danny have a fever?

Is the hospital always open?

Who is the doctor?

What does the doctor say to Danny?

Check the answers and give them enough hints to answer the questions. Step5. Act out:

Act out the dialogue in front of the class. Make another dialogue to perform in the class. The roles are doctors and patients and the patients’ family members.

Divide the class into several groups and act out the role-play in front of the class. Choose the best one and give them praise.

Step6. Come to “LET’S DO IT”.

Make up a dialogue in front of the class. When they are acting, help them when it is necessary. Teach them more new words about illness and parts of the body.

Step7. Homework

Finish off the activity book.

Go on the next reading in the student book. Summary:

Remember to teach the students to be a good person when they grow up. It is important for every teacher in every class. When the teacher comes to “LET’S DO IT”. We must go to help the old and children in our daily life because we must have love in our hearts. Love is the forever subject in the life. The teacher must teach them the importance of being people. Lesson 26: Where Is Danny?

Teaching Content:

Mastery words and expressions: cough, chest, lung, breathe, catch a cold, suppose, illness

Oral words and expressions: sneeze, bless, blessed, blest, role-play, miss school, got a cough, catch a cold, take this medicine three times a day

Teaching Aims:

Learn more expressions for describing illness and treatment. Know how to see a doctor in foreign countries.

Teaching Important Points:

Know some knowledge about the illness and the treatment.

Go to see a doctor.

Teaching Difficult Points:

Know some words and expressions about the illness and the treatment. Teaching Preparations: pictures

Teaching Aids: audiotape, flashcards, pictures

Type of lesson: new lesson

Teaching Procedure:

Step1.Warming-up

Talk in groups about the showings about the cold. The teacher asks the students “When you catch a cold, how do you feel?” Let the students sum the phenomenon of the cold. Then give a report in the class. They can begin like this: when I have a fever, I?

S1: When I have a cold, I have a fever.

S2: When I have a cold, I often cough day and night.

S3: When I have a cold, I often have a running nose.

S4: When I have a cold, I often have a headache.

Step2. Come to “THINK ABOUT IT”.

Talk about the following question: “What do your father and mother usually tell you to do when you catch a cold?”

At the same time, ask the students to talk about the question: “What do your parents do when you are ill? How do they feel when you are ill?” S5: My father and mother usually tell me to drink more water and take medicine three times a day.

When I’m ill, my mother looks after me at home. She can’t go to work. S6: My parents tell me to keep warm and drink more water. When I have to get an injection, my parents are sad.

S7: My parents often tell me to play inside and take medicine. When I am ill, my parents are worried.

Step3.Listening task

Listen to the tape and answer the following questions:

What’s wrong with Brian?

What does Jenny do to help Brian?

Finish the exercises in oral in class.

Step4. Reading task

Read the text and fill in the blanks according to the text.

1. _______ almost never gets sick.

2.Brian’s ________ and _______ hurt.

Jenny brought some _______ _______ for lunch.

Jenny says to Brain: “_______ _______.”

Finish the blanks in class in oral.

Step5.Come to “PROJECT”

Divide the class into groups in three or four. Complete the dialogues. In the group, one is a patient. Another is a doctor. The others can be the nurses or the patients’ family members.

Let the students grasp the words and expressions of illness and treatment. Encourage the students to read their student books and readers to find out facts about cases and symptoms of common illness.

After they grasp more words and expressions about the illness, they can begin the role-play.

In the process, the patients describe what they feel and what they do to cure the illness. If they need new words that they don’t know, the teacher can help them.

If the doctor can’t have better treatment to the patients’ illness, the doctor can tell the patients to have a good rest and drink a lot of water.

Step6. Homework

Finish off the activity book

Go on the next reading in the student book. Summary:

Let the students to search on the Internet to get more information about the causes and symptoms of common illness. Encourage students to assist each other in finding and understanding the information. They should write down what they searched on the Internet because they have to give a report later in the class.

Lesson 27: Good Food, Good Health Teaching Content:

Mastery words and expressions: potato, salad, tomato, cheese, butter Oral words and expressions: vitamin, mineral, fibre, protein, bean, soy milk, calcium, yogurt, contain, balanced, diet

Teaching Aims:

We must eat healthy and keep healthy.

Know about the balanced diet.

Teaching Important Points:

Know more words about the names of the grain in our daily life. How to eat healthy and keep healthy/

Teaching Difficult Points:

What is a balanced diet?

Teaching Preparation: pictures

Teaching Aids: audiotape, flashcards, pictures

Type of lesson: new lesson

Teaching Procedure:

Step1.warming up:

Talk about the question: what do you eat in your daily life? Do you think what the foods you eat contain?

Some words are too difficult for them to answer, so the teacher shows some new words to them with the flash.

Some words are too difficult to learn. Let the students read after the audiotape for several times to have correct pronunciation.

Step2.Read the text and answer the following questions:

What do bread, noodles and rice come from?

Is fruit different from vegetables?

Answer the questions in class in oral. If they can’t answer them correctly, let them read the text. Help them find the correct answer.

Step3. Read the text in details and finish the exercises.

Read the text and fill in the blanks:

1.Bread, noodles and rice are made from _______.

2 ______and _______are very good source of ________, _______ and _______.

3. ______ ______ are made from potatoes.

4.Salad is made of _______ ________.

5.Many people think that only meat and chicken have _______. ______ makes your bones and teeth strong.

Step4.Listen to the tape and let the students follow it for two time. Let them have the correct pronunciation and intonation.

Step5. Ask some students to read the text in the class. Don’t read the whole text, read only the important words, expressions and sentences. Step6. Come to “LET’S DO IT”.

Fill in the chart to compare the eating habits of your classmates. Interview four or more students to fill in the chart. They can design more questions to ask the others.

Step7.Homework

Finish off the activity book.

Go on the next reading in the student book Summary:

There are so many new words and expressions in this text. Make up sentences with the new words and expressions. When the students talk about the food they are eating, show them the new words and let them use in their dialogue. Listen to the tape for several times and let the students imitate after it in order to have good English.

Lesson 28: Move Your Whole Body Teaching Content:

Mastery words and expressions: move

Teaching Aims:

We must eat healthy to keep a healthy body.

Be familiar to the foreign songs.

Teaching Important Points:

1.Talking about healthy bodies.

2.Compound sentences.

Teaching Difficult Points:

The drill: the more?the more?

Teaching Preparation: pictures

Teaching Aids: audiotape, flashcards, pictures

Type of lesson: new lesson

Teaching Procedure:

Step1.Warming up:

Talk about the following questions: How to keep healthy? Do you think what you eat in your daily life are the most useful?

Divide the class into several groups and discuss them, then let some students report in front of the class. Pay attention to their opinions. Are they scientific?

If you have any doubts about the students’ opinions, use the Internet to help you.

Step2. Listen to the tape for several times. Let them grasp the rhythm of the song.

Step3. Read the song as a poem. Let the students translate the song as a lyric poem.

Step4. Match the songs with the gestures that are fit for the song. Divide the class into several groups to design the gestures. Then ask them to act it out in front of the class. Choose the best ones to match the song. Now let’s sing the song together with the gestures.

Step5. Let’s sing the song together.

The boys sing the first part of the song. The girls sing the second part. Finally the whole class sings the two parts together.

Step6. Change the words of the song using the other parts of the body. They can begin like this:

Move your legs! Move your legs! Move your whole body. Move your leg. The more you move your leg, The healthier you are. Move your legs! Repeat the words in another paragraph.

Step7. Come to “LET’S DO IT”.

Divide the class into groups of three or four. Discuss the questions. After five minutes, ask them to give a report to the class.

Step8. Homework

Finish off the activity book.

Go on the next reading in the student book. Summary:

Some students may think English songs are very difficult. The key is that they can’t grasp the rhythm as easily as the Chinese songs. The teacher must try to teach them well. First, learn to sing the song yourself. Then try to teach them. Ask them to match the suitable gestures for the song. Lesson 29: Don’t Smoke, Please!

Teaching Content:

Mastery words and expressions: ill, smoke, terrible, worse, rest, plenty, plenty of, allow, public, disease, against, habit, cause, cancer, wine Oral words and expressions: beer, must be ill, feel terrible/bad, be bad for

Teaching Aims:

Know more about disease.

Learn the harm of smoking and drinking.

Teaching Important Points:

Some words and expressions about the disease.

Know how to keep healthy.

Teaching Difficult Points:

Help people keep healthy.

Teaching Preparation: pictures

Teaching Aids: audiotape, flashcards, pictures

Type of lesson: new lesson

Teaching Procedure:

Step1.Warming up:

Divide the class into groups of three or four. Talk about the following questions: what do you think of smoking?

The teacher: Some boy students think smoking makes them look more handsome. Is it right? No, it’s very wrong. Smoking is more harmful to all the people around the world. Now let’s talk about the topic in groups. After a while, every group will give a talk in front of the class.

Group1: We all think smoking is a great harmful to the bodies. Many people die of lung cancer every year. Lung diseases sometimes causes by smoking. Group2: I also think smoking is bad for health. So give your friends or relatives advice. Let them give up smoking.

Every group gives their report. Then the teacher sums their talks in class. Step2. Come to “THINK ABOUT IT”.

When we are talking the two questions, we can use the Internet to help us. Search more information for the students. Search more pictures to show the students how many pains have the diseases brought us.

Ask some students to answer the questions.

S1: When I eat too cold food, my stomach always hurts..

S2: When I have a fever, I know I have a cold.

S3: I have a headache when I wear fewer clothes in winter.

Step3. Listen to the tape and answer the following questions: What’s wrong with Danny?

How is Brian today?

After playing the tape, the teacher checks the answers.

Step4. Read the text and Fill in the blanks:

Brian feels ______ on Monday.

Brian wants to make a poster about ________.

Smoking is also bad for your _______.

Step5. Make sentences with the following language points:

be away from

Li Ming has been away from school for ten days.

if

If the weather is fine, we will go the park tomorrow.

also

He is also a doctor.

Step6. Come to “PROJECT”.

Divide the class into groups of three or four to finish the task. Discuss the diseases causes by smoking and drinking. It can be divided into two steps. The first step, talk the harm of smoking. Drinking is more harmful then smoking. Many people died from drinking every year. They drink too much, but they still drive their cars. Now too many accidents happen on the road.

Make a poster to show the harm of smoking and drinking for people. Every group makes their posters and explains to the others what it means.

Put the posters up in the class. Every group sends a poster to the teachers in the school. Let all the teachers tell the students about the harm of smoking and drinking.

Step7. Homework:

Finish off the activity book.

Go on the next reading in the student book. Summary:

Smoking and drinking are very harmful to the bodies. Let all the teachers and students know their harm. We can put up our posters on obvious places in school. Ask the students to give advice to their parents and

grandparents to give up smoking and drinking. This is good to all the people around the world. We can go to the cities and parks to tell the foreigner to smoking less and drink less.

Lesson 30: Jane’s Lucky Life Teaching Content:

Mastery words and expressions: unable, dare, control, disabled, lucky Oral words and expressions: be able / unable to, not at all, thank you Teaching Aims:

The spirit of the disabled.

Know more about the disabled people.

Teaching Important Points:

Learn the spirit of the disabled people.

Call on the whole world to take more care of the disabled.

Teaching Difficult Points:

Know about the difficulties that the disabled people have to face in the world.

Teaching Preparation: pictures

Teaching Aids: audiotape, flashcards, pictures

Type of lesson: new lesson

Teaching Procedure:

Step1.Warming up

If you are a disabled person, what problems will you meet?

Divide the class into groups of three or four. The teacher can design the task for every group.

Group1 lost an arm in an accident. Now what difficulties will you meet? Group 2 lost a leg in an accident. Now what difficulties will you meet? Group 3 is deaf.

Group4 is blind.

Let the students talk about their problems for five minutes. Then give a report in the class.

Step 2. Come to “THINK ABOUT IT”.

Ask some students to talk about the questions in pairs. Then let some students demonstrate their opinions in class.

We may think if we are disabled, we must be very sad, even we want to die. But we must live for our parents and friends. If they lose us, they will not be happy. Let some students to have a talk about this.

Step3. Look at the picture of Jane. Do you think what’s wrong with Jane? Do you think she is happy? Why?

Step4. Read the text and let’s learn more about Jane. Encourage the students to ask more questions about this part.

S1: How old is Jane?

S2: She is forty years old.

S3: What is she unable to do?

S4: She is unable to brush her teeth. She can’t run or jump. She can’t make breakfast.

S5: Is she married?

S6: Yes, she has a daughter and a son.

If some students can’t answer some of the students, the teacher helps them.

Step5. Demonstrate the dialogue in part 2.

Let some students act out the dialogue in front of the class.

Step6: Listen to the tape and read after it for several times. Play the tape for several times in order to let them have correct answers.

Step7. Imagine you are Jane. What difficulties will you meet in your life? Ask some students to answer the questions in class. Do you think when you are happy?

Step8. Come to “LET’S DO IT”.

Divide the class in groups and discuss the questions. Let them demonstrate their opinions freely. The teacher should help them if they are in trouble. Remember them to think about the problem in right ways.

Step9. Homework

Finish off the activity book.

Go on the next reading in the student book. Summary:

Sometimes in the life we don’t feel happy. We even think of death when we have much trouble. Now let’s look at these disabled people, although they are disabled, they have a happy life. They can do some things even better than us. What can we learn from them? It’s the spirit that we face the difficulties.

Lesson 31: Danny Tells All

Teaching Content:

Oral words and expressions: appendicitis, appendix

Teaching Aims:

Know more about the disease.

Learn more about the hospital in foreign country.

Teaching Important Points:

Know something about the disease and hospital in foreign countries. How do we feel when we are in hospital?

Teaching Difficult Points:

Demonstrate the feeling in hospital.

Teaching Preparation: pictures

Teaching Aids: audiotape, flashcards, pictures

Type of lesson: new lesson

Teaching Procedure:

Step1.Warming up

What do you think of Danny? Do you miss him? What do you want to know about him?

Let some students answer the questions in class in oral. Pay attention to the words that they are using. If you think it is necessary to show more words, you can show some new words to them.

Step2. Listen to the tape and answer the following questions: What’s wrong with Danny?

Where is Danny now?

Let the students answer the questions in class in oral.

Step3.Read the text and encourage students to ask more questions: S1: Who went to see Danny in hospital?

S2: Brian and Jenny.

S3: What did Danny feel about missing school?

S4: He felt terrible.

S5: Is everyone quiet as Brian reads the letter?

S6: Yes.

S7: What did the doctor take from Danny’s stomach?

S8: An appendix.

Give them hints and let them ask more questions.

Step4. Make sentences with the following language points:

1.I have something to tell you.

They have a lot of homework to do.

2.in hospital; in the hospital

I was ill in hospital last year.

We went to see my uncle in the hospital.

I’m feeling much better.

Much equals a lot, even, far, a little

Step5.Come to “LET’S DO IT”.

Divide the class into groups. Talk about the questions. After a while, let some students give their report to the class.

Show them more words and expressions about disease with the flashcards. When the students are discussing, the teacher walk around the classroom and give them help if it is necessary.

Step6. Homework

Finish off the activity book.

Go on next reading in the student book. Summary:

We all have been ill. Sometimes illness can’t be avoided. But talking bout the disease is not so easy. We have so many things that we can’t describe correctly. So we must research more words and expressions about the disease. The teacher must help them immediately if possible. Remember to discuss how to keep healthy in details.

Lesson 32: Unit Review

Teaching Content:

Mastery words and expressions from Lesson 29 to Lesson 32.

Oral words and expressions from Lesson 29 to Lesson 32.

Teaching Aims:

Learn more words and expressions about the diseases.

Know more about how to keep healthy.

Teaching Important Point:

Know more about the food that we eat.

Learn more about the diseases and hospitals in foreign countries. Teaching Difficult Points:

Build the vocabulary to express the food and the disabled.

Teaching Preparation: pictures

Teaching Aids: audiotape, flashcards, pictures

Type of lesson: review lesson

Teaching Procedure:

Step1.Warming up

Let’s move our bodies as playing the music. Sing the song together. The boys sing the first part. The girls sing the second part. The whole class sings the song together.

Step2.Talk about the food that we eat every day. What do we eat contain more calcium, more protein and vitamins. Analyze the food in details. Make a chart about the three meals every day.

Step3. Discuss the diseases in the class. How did you recover? Talk about the process. Divide the class into groups of three or four. Talk about the following questions:

Why do people get ill?

What do we have to do to recover?

What do they feel when they are ill?

What diseases do you know?

Step4. Do with the exercises on Page 39.Explain the difficulties on blackboard.

Step5. Do grammar in use. Practice the important grammar in class. Let the students make sentences with the grammars.

Sep6.The spoken language

Complete the dialogue and practice it in groups in front of the class. Step7. Homework

Finish off the activity book.

Review the whole unit. Sum what we learn in this unit.

Summary:

Let some students sum what we learn in this unit. Retelling the story is an important ability for us to create. Let the students divide the unit in two or three main parts and then demonstrate them in front of class. Written English is another ability that we must grasp. Practice more is important. The teacher remembers to create more opportunities.

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