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  1. Unit 5, Module 2人教新课标版 Speaking

  2. Speaking (page 39) Do you want to form your own band to take part in the music festival?

  3. Form your own band in groups of six. Decide who will play what instrument and who will sing. Decide the name of your band and what kind of band you will be. For example, will you be a rock band, or a small group of singers? Then, choose an English song for your “band” to perform.

  4. You may find this song on the Internet or on some of your own tapes or CDs. Practise singing your song to the music and then perform to the class. This may be just the beginning for you and your band!

  5. Sample dialogue: S1: What music shall be performed in our band? I like folk music. What about you? S2: I’d like to suggest Chinese folk music. I like it very much. What do you all think?

  6. S3: I don’t mind what music we choose as long as I don’t have to sing. I think we should pretend to play an instrument. Maybe I can bring in my brother’s guitar. S4: Yes. That sounds good but let me say that I don’t like to sing in public so I think we should have a backing group that supports the main singer. What do you think?

  7. S1: Who’s the best singer here? S2: I’m in the school choir. S3: Me too. Why don’t we sing a Chinese folk song together with a guitar and one backing singer. S1: It’s OK by me. S4: Now all we have to do is to choose the song. Let’s make a list of our favourites …

  8. Talking (page 69) In groups of four discuss these questions and make notes of your ideas (P69).

  9. 1. Do you believe in the “Mozart effect”? Why or why not? 2. Have you ever experienced it? Give an example. 3. Do you think it also works with other kinds of music such as pop music? Give reasons.

  10. Sample dialogue S1: I’ve never felt the “Mozart effect”, have you? S2: Well, I find I feel calmer if I’m worried about my work. It makes me feel more optimistic. S3: That’s interesting because I attach great importance to listening to music. I find that I listen to a

  11. particular CD when I feel sad. Music always makes me feel more confident about life and my problems. S4: Is that a CD of classical music? I don’t appreciate that kind of music at all. I prefer pop music. It makes me feel more cheerful and energetic.

  12. S3: No, actually it isn’t classical music but it does change my mood. S1: However, the “Mozart effect” is supposed to improve your memory. Have any of you noticed anything like that?

  13. S4: Not really! S3 : Not really! S2: Well, I find that if I try and learn English vocabulary while listening to music, it helps me. Do you think that’s what the “Mozart effect” is? S1 : No, not really. However, it does seem as if we believe in the “Mozart effect”, even though none of us have experienced it!

  14. Speaking task (Page74) Discuss which kinds of musician/singer/ composer/conductor you prefer. Choose your favourite. Write down briefly what you know about him or her: why you chose him/her and which part of his/her music you prefer. Make notes in the chart below to help you remember what you are going to say.

  15. Sample dialogue S1: I like Chinese folk music, do you? I love The Butterfly Lovers. That’s so romantic and I enjoy listening to it so much. S2: I like Western pop songs. The Beatles are one of my favourites. When I hear their music it makes me feel so happy. I always smile.

  16. S1: I don’t know their music at all. S2: Well, they are a band of four young men called John, Paul, George and Ringo. I really like their songs. They sing songs about life. My favourite song is Yesterday. It makes me feel so sad.

  17. S1: I didn’t realize that they wrote that. I love that song. S2: Their music has a haunting quality which keeps it in your mind. The tunes are so pretty and the songs are so different. That’s what makes their music so interesting.

  18. S1: I think I’ll try and find some of their music too. I think I’d enjoy listening to them too. S2: Have we finished? Would you like to fill in your notes and practise your speech now?

  19. Assignment 1. Talk more about music and musicians with your classmates. 2. Preview the new lesson about writing.