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# Lesson U A Chicken or Seven Chickens

Lesson U A Chicken or Seven Chickens? 高升小学 何德珍 Teaching contents:

1, The new words: chicken, eleven, twelve, thirteen, fourteen, fifteen. 2, The sentence patterns: ___How many chickens/snakes/apples? __ _ chickens/snakes/apples. Teaching targets:

Have the pupils know the words of the numbers.

Knowledge targets:

1,The words.

2,The sentence patterns.

Ability targets:

1,The students can read the words correctly.

2,The pupils can use the patterns smoothly.

Emotional target:

Rich the pupils＇daily life ,have them love their daily life, The important and difficult points:

1,Set up situations.

2,How to teach the new words.

3,How to use the patterns correctly.

Teaching aids:

Pictures, cards.

Teaching procedures:

Step 1: Greeting and leading in

1,Greeting the students as usual.

2,Review the words from 1 to 10, then ask the pupils a question “do you want to learn the words from 11 to 15?” They will answer “ yes”. Step 2: Presenting

1,Teach the pupils read the new words three times, just like eleven, twelve, thirteen, fourteen, fifteen.

2,First, let the pupils read it together, then group by group, at last, one by one.

3,Let the students read it together.

Step 3:Let＇s play games.

1,High and low voice

If the teacher reads the words in high voice, the pupils read it in low voice. Then exchange. If someone goes out of the rule, the others will say “one, two, boom”.

2, Driving a train.

All the students say “ the little train, go, go, go…” , then all the students in a line will stand up to read the words one by one.

Step 4: Pairwork.

1,The teacher shows the word of chicken, then show the picture of it, let

the pupils guess what is the meaning of it . The students will say it in Chinese.

2,The teacher shows the picture of two chickens, and ask the pupils “how many chickens?”, the students will say “ two chickens.” Then the teacher will tell them when we will add the “s”.

3,The teacher shows the picture of chickens , and ask the pupils “how many chickens? Let us count.”

4,Then use the same ways to ask “how many snakes/apples/rabbits?”

5,Two students in a group to practice it. First, they draw the pictures of it, then ask.

Step 5:Homework.

1,Copy the words five times, and write down the meaning of it. 2, Use the patterns to make two dialogues.

1, The new words: chicken, eleven, twelve, thirteen, fourteen, fifteen. 2, The sentence patterns: ___How many …?

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