教案：Unit5 Nelson Mandela--a modern hero 三（新人教版必修 1）
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1. Get the students to know the qualities of a great person. 2. Get the students to learn about Nelson Mandela. 3. Develop the students reading ability and let them learn different reading skills. 重点、难点 1. Get the students to know about the qualities a great person should have. 2. Get the students to learn about Nelson Mandela. 3. Get the students to learn different reading skills. 教 教师活动 →Step 1 Warming up Discuss the following questions to lead in the topic : the qualities a great person should have. 1. When talking about a person, what adjectives can you think of to describe his or her qualities? 2. What kind of a person are you? Do you think you have the qualities to be a great person? 3. What are the qualities you should find in a great person? Ask the students first to brainstorm the questions, then to describe themselves. Tell them the adjectives in the box in the part Warming Up on Page 33 will help them find out what qualities they have. Finally have a discussion with the whole class and help them to sum up the qualities that a great person should have. Suggested answers: 1. Adjectives for describing a person:kind, honest, brave, loyal, happy, wise, smart, friendly, warm, cheerful, popular, generous, hard-working, diligent, weak, stupid, lazy, dishonest, mean, tense, cold, unkind, miserable, dull, strong-minded, determined. . . 3. A great person should be determined, hard-working, unselfish, and generous. He should follow his ideas and never lose heart when he is in trouble. He usually gives up something to achieve his goals. He should be willing to do public service work without pay, be active in social activities, gets on 学 过 程 学生活动 修改意见
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well with others, and help others, etc. →Step 1 Pre-reading 1. Looking and answering Look at the six people in the part Pre-reading and answer the following questions. 1)Can you recognize them? Who are they? 2)Do you think they are important people? Why or why not? 3)Do you think all of them are great people? One minute for students to think them over. Then check with the whole class. Suggested answers: 2)Yes, they are, because they have done something really important to benefit a country or the world. 3)No, I think not all of them are great people. 2. Discussing and speaking Students read the information of each of the six persons, discuss in pairs what qualities make a great person and find out whether he is a great person or not. When they are discussing, remind the students to use the following expressions for giving and asking for opinions:? I think/I don’t think. . . ; in my opinion; I’m afraid. . . ; I agree/I don’t agree. . . ; I prefer. . . ; What’s your opinion? Why do you think so? What do you think of. . . ? Several minutes later, ask some pairs to act out their dialogues. A sample dialogue: A:What qualities do you think make a great man? B:In my opinion, a great man is one who has followed his or her ideas and sacrificed something so that they could be realized. A:What is the difference between a famous person and a great person? B:A famous person may be well-known but if he or she has not gone through struggles and difficulties for their noble cause, they can not be called a great person. A:Do you think William Tidal is a great person? B:Yes. I think so. He had a strong belief that all people should be able to read the Bible for themselves. So he translated and printed it into English although he was not allowed to do so. And later he died for his work. A:I agree. William Tyndale went through a lot of
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struggles and difficulties and even sacrificed his life to realize his dream. He is a great person that everybody who picks up the Bible must think of. Now, let’s come to Norman Bethune. What do you think of him? B:. . . →Step 3 While-reading 1. Lead-in and guessing Tell the students:So far we have talked a lot about great persons. Do you want to know more about them and learn from them? Well, we are going to read about Nelson Mandela, a great leader who fights for the rights of the black people and is considered as a modern hero. Now open your books to Page 34 and read the title of the text. Can you guess what kind of writing the text is? (A story is usually a piece of narrative writing. ) 2. Skimming for topic sentences and general idea Give the students three minutes, ask them to read the text fast and then fill in the form. Topic sentence of Paragraph 1 Topic sentence of Paragraph 2 Topic sentence of Paragraph 3 Topic sentence of Paragraph 4 Topic sentence of Paragraph 5 Main idea of the passage Several minutes later, check the answers with the whole class. Suggested answers: Topic sentence of Paragraph 1 Topic sentence of Paragraph 2 The time when I first met Nelson Mandela was a very difficult period of my life. Sadly I did not have this passbook because I was not born there and I was worried about whether I would be out of work. The day when Nelson Mandela told me what to do and helped me was one of the happiest day of my life. The last thirty years have seen
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the greatest number of laws stopping our rights and progress until today we have reached a stage where we have almost no rights at all. We first broke the law in a way which was peaceful; when this was not allowed. . . only then did we decide to answer violence with violence. Elias describes how Nelson Mandela helped the black people through his own experience
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3. Scanning for detail information 1)Give the students five minutes, ask them to read the text carefully to locate particular information and then do Exercise 1 and Exercise 2 in the part Comprehending. 2)Choose the best answer according to the text. (1)What disadvantages did Elias have in finding a job? A. He helped Nelson Mandela blow up the government buildings. B. He had poor education. C. He was very young. D. He didn’t want to live in Johannesburg. (2)When was Elias born? A. In 1952. B. In 1940. C. In 1964. D. In 1920.
板书设计： 1. When talking about a person, what adjectives can you think of to describe his or her qualities? 2. What kind of a person are you? Do you think you have the qualities to be a great person? 3. What are the qualities you should find in a great person? 1)Can you recognize them? Who are they? 2)Do you think they are important people? Why or why not? 3)Do you think all of them are great people?
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