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  1. A New English Course (I) Unit 5

  2. 本单元教学特色 • 1). 通过对语法和结构的分析,加上实际的句型练习,增强学生口语的同时,提高学生的语法知识。 • 2).通过网上图片和视频,导入所学内容,增加学生兴趣,使学生易于接受。

  3. 本单元教学重点: • 1). LSP: the nominal clauses used as the objects, introduced by if, wh-word and that.(用if, wh-和that 引导的宾语从句) • 2). Dialogue I& II: some conversational strategies in talking about traveling and finding the way. (谈论旅游和问路等会话技巧) • 3). Reading I& II: subjunctive mood; the format of a letter. (虚拟语气;书信格式)

  4. 教学目的 (Teaching Aims): • To know more about nominal clauses. • To be familiar with some conversational strategies in talking about traveling. • To be acquainted with the format of a English letter. • Grasp some new words and expressions to enrich student’s vocabulary. • Do some oral work such as pre-reading questions, role play and interaction activities to help to develop the students’ oral communicative abilities. • Do some other after-class exercises including listening and translation to improve students’ comprehensive skills.

  5. 教学内容 (Teaching Content) • Language structures • Language structure practice • Dialogue I & Dialogue II • Text I &Text II • Exercises

  6. 时间分配 (Time Allocation) • Language structures & Practice ( 1 hour ) • Dialogue I & Dialogue II ( 2 hours ) • Text I &Text II ( 2 hours ) • Exercises ( 1 hour )

  7. 1st session Ⅰ. Language Structure Practice 1. Introduction: Main teaching points: indirect speech introduced by a simple present verb

  8. 2. Warm-up exercises(Reporting the following sentences.) • The boy says, “I like English movies.” • “I really don’t stay up so late.” Jim says to his mother. • “Can you follow me?” the teacher says to us. • “Is this the only size you have?” the customer asks the shop-assistant. • “Who’s absent today?” asks the monitor. • “When shall we have a trip?” the children asks their parents. More practice(indirect speech) http://www.4english.cn/grammar/FW_jjqsj.htm

  9. LSP 1 Read the notices on the notice board.

  10. 2. Listen to the complete dialogue and fill in the blanks A: Anything new on the notice board, Zhang? (I can’t read without may glasses.) B: (Yes, the first one is new.) It says that some students are requested to go to the Department office before 8 October. A: Does it say why? (Please tell me if my name’s on the list.) B: (No, it doesn’t say why.) Let’s see if your name’s on the list. (Well, don’t worry. Your name’s not there.)

  11. Practices 3. Substitution practices 4. Vocabulary Present the following words and expressions

  12. Present the following words and expressions • no later than: You should hand in you paper no later than this weekend. • postpone: v. put off until another date We postponed the match from March 5th to March 19th. • collapsible: adj. can be folded and opened This is a collapsible umbrella. • canteen: n. place where food and drink are sold and meals bought and eaten, a recreation hall or social club where refreshments are available.

  13. Present the following words and expressions • owing to: because of Owing to our joint efforts, we finished the work ahead of schedule. • folklore: n. (study of the) traditional beliefs, tales etc. for a community • chamber music: music for a small number of people • orchestra: n. group of persons playing musical instruments together • auditorium: n. a building such as a theatre, etc, • FLECA: Foreign Language Extra-curricular Activities

  14. 5. More practice 1) Report this passage about William Shakespeare: William Shakespeare(1564-1616) probably wrote 37 plays—18 published during his life time. 2) Report the following advertisement for an alarm quartz watch: Apart from waking you, the alarm can be set to remind you of appointments, broadcast programs you.

  15. LSP 2 1. Read the letters in the box.

  16. 2. Listen to the complete dialogue and fill in the blanks A: Who’s the first letter form? B: (John, Gibbon.) A: What does he have to tell Mr. Ford? B: (He doesn’t tell Mr. Ford anything, but he asks him some questions .) he asks Mr. Ford how he has been. He also asks Mr. Ford if he’s still learning how to paint. He wants to know when Mr. Ford is gong to exhibit some of his pictures. He then asks Mr. Ford to let him know the date and the place. (He says he’ll go to see them.)

  17. 2. Substitution practices

  18. 3. Vocabulary • the Alps: It’s the biggest mountain in Europe. • can’t help doing: On hearing the news, we can’t help laughing. • seat belt: Please put on your seat belt when you are on the superhighway.

  19. 4. More practice Report this short letter by using indirect speech. March 6th Dear Linda,    I’m now busy preparing for the Spoken /English Contest next week. So I’ll have to use the tape recorder I lent you the day before yesterday. Since it is really urgent, I have to have it back no later than tomorrow afternoon. I’m really sorry for this. But if you still need it, I’ll lend it to you again after the contest. Yours ever, Rose

  20. Ⅱ. Dialogue I 1. Introductory Discussion Working in pairs or small groups, the students discuss the following questions: How long have you been learning English? Do you have any difficulties in learning English? Does David have any difficulties in learning Chinese? What are the major differences between Chinese and English? Have you ever attend Li Yang’s lecture on Crazy English? What’s opinion on learning English?

  21. Listening and retelling 2. Listening to the dialogue. 3. Retelling Have the students retell the dialogue in passage form.

  22. 2nd session Continuation of Dialogue I

  23. 5. Words and expressions Your CFL programme: you study of Chinese as a Foreign Langue Other acronyms: TOEFL: test of English as a foreign language ITLTS: International English Language Testing System BEC: Business English Certificate CET-4: College English Test Band 4 TEM: Test for English majors UNESCO: United Nation’s Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization

  24. 5. Words and expressions Some proverbs and sayings: • Rome was not built in a day. • Dripping water wears away stone. • Where there’s a will, there’s a way.

  25. 5. Words and expressions go through: experience; endure. E.G.: He would have gone through fire and water for his motherland. ordeal: n. severe test of character or endurance. E.G.: Standing in the sun on a hot summer day is an ordeal. have difficulty/problems/trouble with to name just a few: to give only a few examples. E.G.:I love sports, football, basketball, shadowboxing and baseball, to name just a few.

  26. 5. Words and expressions go through: experience; endure. He would have gone through fire and water for his motherland. ordeal: n. severe test of character or endurance. E.G.: Standing in the sun on a hot summer day is an ordeal. have difficulty/problems/trouble with to name just a few: to give only a few examples

  27. 5. Words and expressions I love sports, football, basketball, shadowboxing and baseball, to name just a few. Stoke: single movement of a pen or brush; sound made by a bell He wrote with vigorous strokes. The class came to an end on the stroke of 12.

  28. Useful expressions: at a/one stroke― All the prisoners escaped at one stroke. at/on the stroke― I’ll be there at the stroke. calligraphy n. (art of) beautiful handwriting melodious adj. Of , producing melody, sweet-sounding take advantage of We may take advantage of the computer in learning English. dip in: While in England, he dipped in the language environment.

  29. New terms a newly-released feature film(故事片) documentary(记录片) science and education(科教片)/cartoon(动画片)

  30. 6. Oral practiceTry to list the differences between English and Chinese:

  31. 7. Discussion • What are the difficulties in learning English? • How to learn English well? The following is from Crazy English. They may help you.

  32. 你们认为中国学生不能突破英语最根本的原因是什么?你们认为中国学生不能突破英语最根本的原因是什么? 语言的本质是一门声音,文字不过是声音的标本。而我们的大多数学生却把英语当成一门文字来学,每天输入的都是文字,而没有输入语言的本质:声音。所以突破英语提倡从听音背单词开始,从听音背句子、对话、短文和文章开始,输入声音,输出文字,将声音变成文字。同时作复述训练,听到什么,复述什么。没有足够的听音训练(精听),就没有听力,没有足够的复述和说的训练,就没有口语。没有好的听力和口语,就没有语感,也就没有好的写作能力。而这一切,都是以词汇量为基础。

  33. 如何创设英语学习的环境 对学不好英语的原因 ,我听到得最多的一个理由就是没有英语环境。确定,我们学英语的环境不够好,但学习的环境是可以创造的。现在学习英语的条件比以前好多了,市面上有很多的英语书,录音磁带,光盘。他们是学习的好材料。你不妨去书店翻一翻那些书,听一听那些磁带,选择自己喜爱的,回家反复听。还有很多的国外英语广播节目(如BBC VOA)可以听,国内也有很多不错的英语广播可以听。还有英语电视节目更是丰富多采,有英语新闻,英语音乐,英语电影。

  34. 学好英语的秘诀 1 要使用国际音标发音;不要用汉语直接注音。2 要音、形、义;口、手、脑多方兼顾记忆单词;不要死记硬背单词。3 要硬着头皮、大胆地说英语;不要因怕出错,而不敢地大声地说、读英语。4 要课前勤于预习,课后善于复习;不要上课无准备,下课不巩固。

  35. Ⅲ. Dialogue II 1. Present the language functions Reporting Have the students read the list of phrases, sentences and expressions carefully.

  36. 2. Explain the dialogue A.Ask the students to read the dialogue by themselves first and then ask two students to present the dialogue in the form of a short play(some variations to or expansion on the original version are desirable). Ask another two students to form a dialogue on a similar situation.

  37. B. Language Points 1) The students work in pairs or small groups and help each other understand the meaning and usage of some words and expressions. The students are encouraged to replace the new words with some words they have learned before. 2) Check if the students have mastered the following words and expressions opera n. dramatic composition with music, in which the words are sung; dramatic works of this kind as entertainment. drama n. play for the theatre, radio or TV

  38. Check if the students have mastered the following words and expressions theatre n. dramatic literature or art, the writing and acting of plays costume n. a style of dress characteristic of a particular country, period, or people, often worn in a play or at a masquerade. keen adj. Eager, anxious to do things She was very keen on the handsome young boy. a keen chess player

  39. C. Oral Practice Ask the students to do the oral practice on page 54 in SB. Exercise: finish part of the workbook

  40. 3rd session Ⅳ.Reading I: The Weather

  41. 1. Introduction: Britain is an island country and the surrounding sea gives England a varied climate.We never know what the weather will be like from one day to the other. It can be sunny one day and rainy the next. As we have such a variable climate changing from day to day, it is difficult to predict the weather. In general we have warm summers and cool winters.

  42. 2. Read the text and answer the following questions. • What’s the most interesting topic of conversation in England? Why do you think it is interesting to the English people? • What words and expressions will you use if it is good weather? • How will you reply when someone says to you “Nasty day, isn’t it?”, if you don’t think it is nasty? • Do you think the two people talking about a rainy day really remember the year when it happened? • What does the writer say is the important rule that one gets from the two conversations given in the text? • Why do you think the writer suggests that you should learn the two conversations by heart?

  43. 3. Words and expressions: emergev. come out(from water, etc); become known The swimmer emerged from the lake. She emerged as a well-known movie star at the age of 22. contradict v. disagree with sth. by saying that it’s wrong or not true She kept silent, just because she didn’t like to contradict her husband in public.

  44. 3. Words and expressions: remark v. say; talk about --- on/upon If you do not say anything else for the rest of your life, jus repeat this conversation, and you still have a fair chance of passing as a remarkably witty man of sharp intellect, keen observation and extremely pleasant manners. passing as—being accepted as (just) imperative sentence + and you will do

  45. 4. Additional material (Read the passage, try to find out the weather expressions and their meanings.)

  46. The Weather Expressions Weather is a favorite topic in western countries. Firstly, weather is connected with everyone’s daily life; secondly, western people don’t like to talk about personal affairs such as age, salary, etc. There are many weather idioms, proverbs and sayings in English. Since ancient times people have been using them. Some may be interesting or instructive, some may be useful in your understanding when you are talking to native speakers.

  47. The Weather Expressions Have you ever heard of these expressions in talking about the weather: “dog days of summer” which means the hottest period of the year. “It’ raining cats and dogs.” equals to it’s raining heavily. “Read sky at night, sailors delight; red sky in the morning, sailors take warning.”When it is evening, it will be fine weather; for the sky is red. And in the morning, it will be foul weather today; for the sky is red.“Clear moon frost soon.”tells us that if there’s no clouds at night, the temperature will be low.

  48. The Weather Expressions Weather is a favorite topic in western countries. Firstly, weather is connected with everyone’s daily life; secondly, western people don’t like to talk about personal affairs such as age, salary, etc. There are many weather idioms, proverbs and sayings in English. Since ancient times people have been using them. Some may be interesting or instructive, some may be useful in your understanding when you are talking to native speakers.

  49. Ⅴ. Reading II: The weather Song This song describes the weather in Britain. But I don’t think the weather should be so nasty. So we just enjoy the rhyme and rhythm of English songs and poems. 1.    Explain the song : the rhymes: snow & glow sleet& feet wind& unkind showers& hours May& day stops& crops hot& not wet& yet mud& blood gale& hail fog& dog then& again

  50. 天气歌 一月飘小雪,冻得脚手裂。 二月冰天雪地,冻掉脚趾不足奇。 寒风迎三月,不要心不悦。 四月春分潇潇雨,天上落下丝丝雨。 农夫惧怕五月凶,白日冰雹夜霜封。 六月天雨绵绵,三十日庄稼淹。 太阳热在七月里,灿烂天不在这里。 八月寒冷湿淋淋,带来多雨下不停。 阴冷九月雾与泥,足以冷得血液凝。 十月又添大强风,冰雹融雪雨加风。 黑暗十一月雾蒙蒙,关好爱犬不让出笼。 冰湿的十二月到,可恶的元月来得早!