Teaching goals 1. Language skills (1).To be able to get the main idea from the text. (2).To be able to use the different learning strategies for different reading purposes. 2. Emotion attitud
e To have the correct emotion and purpose of learning English. 3. Learning strategies (1). To be able to solve the problem by analysing . (2). To communicate learning experience with teacher and classmates. 4. culture awareness To know the world cultu re by learning English. Teaching important points (1).To be able to get the main idea from the text. (2)To be able to solve the problem by analysing . Teaching difficult point To be able to use the different learning strategies for different reading purposes. Teaching methods: analysis, discussion Teaching aids: multi-media and some slides Teaching material: Reading (1)
Teaching procedures 教学预案 Step 1 Greeting Greet the students as usual. Step 2 Revision and lead-in Ask students several questions in the form of brain storming. 1.Do you know the countries where people speak English? List them on a piece of paper. 2.What are the two main groups of English? 3.Do you know the differences between British English and American English? 4．Do you know the history of English? T: Well, as we know, there is more than one kind of English in the word. They are different from one another in some ways. Why has English changed over time? What will world English be in the future? Do you know? Well, today, the passage “The Road To Modern English” will tell us. Now please open your books and turn to page 9. Step 3 Fast reading and comprehending 个性化教学（二次备 课）
( show the following tips on the screen.) (1) 略读或跳读（找重点词。关键句理解文章大致内容。 ） (2) 做题： （双向式做题法） 题目关键词 文章对应处 答案 前后即测试点 T: Now before we read the passage and do the exercises in COMPRHENDING, let’s learn some tips. Please look at the screen. For the first time you must scan the text quickly for three minutes. Be sure not to read the text sentence by sentence .Read the key words and key sentences to gain a brief idea about the topic of the text. Then read the questions and find the key words. Go back to the text and find the words or their synonyms. You can find the answers and the key words. ( After a while.) T: Scan the text to find or make out a key sentence for each paragraph. Let the students find out key se ntence of each paragraph or ask them to summarize the main point for each paragraph in their own words. Paragraph 1: The spread of the English language in the world Paragraph 2: Native speaker can understand each other but they may not be able to understand everything. Paragraph 3-4: All languages change when cultures co mmunicate with one another. Paragraph 5: English is spoken as a foreign language or second language in Africa and Asia. 师： 如何找主题句或关键句 （1）顺承式段落多在第一句； （2）转折式段落常是第二句带有 however, but 的句子。 T: Now read the passage again . Try to find the answer. T:Why did the writer decide to end the passage with a question? According to the passage, languages change when cultures communicate with one another. So the writer intended to predict a possible road to moder n English, that is, when Chinese culture communicate with English culture, English may change, too. So as time goes by, Chinese English may become one of the world English. That is what the writer intended to tell us about in this passage. So the writer gave it the title--- The Road To Modern English. Summarize:When we want to write something, we should follow the following way: 1. First, decide what to write on the topic. ( the brief history of English) 2. Then, develop four ideas from the topic.
3. Next, give some figures or examples to develop and support the ideas. 4. A good article needs a good start, a good closing and a proper title. (1). Start the passage in a way directly related to the topic. （ 开 门见山） (2). End the passage with a question and a saying. ( Only time will tell) (3). A proper title. (The Road To Modern English) When we read a passage ,we can grasp the main idea and the writer’s intention in a similar way, too. Step4. Intensive reading T: Let’s enjoy the whole passage paragraph by paragraph again. Pay special attention to the following Qs: How did old English develop into modern English? Why does English change all the way? What other Englishes developed from the old English? (1). Give the three major periods of the development of English. the end of the 16th century-------- the next century -----------today Who promoted the spread of English? People. When they moved, they carried English to different places. (2) T: Why has English change over time?) S: Because all languages change and develop when cultures meet and communicate with each other. (3)Activity 1. Fill in the chart AD450--1150 English was based on _______ ____________ English was more like French. At the end of the 16th How many people speak English? __________ century ___________ ___________ Later Shakespeare made use of a wider vocabulary. American English gained its own identity. __________ English had its identity.
Activity 2. Answer the following questions (1)What is the clue of the passage? (2) Why does India have a very number of English speakers? (3) When did people from England begin to move to other parts of the world? Activity 3: Choose the correct answers.
⑴Englis h has /had the most speakers _______. A. now B, when the British ruled many parts of the world C. in the time of Shakespeare D. in the 12th century . ⑵ Which of the following sentence is true? A .Language always stay the same B. Language change only after wars C .Language no longer change D .Language change when cultures change ⑶ From AD450 to 1150,English sounded more like ______. A . French B. Chinese C. German D. Russian ⑷ Shakepeare’s English was spoken around_______. A. 1400’s B. 1150’s C .450’s D. 1600’s ⑸ Which country has the fastest growing number of English speakers in the world ? A. Australia B China C. India D. Britain Suggested Answers: (1) A (2) D (3) C (4) D (5) B Activity 4:Discussi on (1)T: From the passage we can see English is widely accepted as a native, second or third language. No wonder the number of people learning English in China is increasing rapidly. Will Chinese English become one of the world Englishes? ---------- “ Only time will tell”. T: How do you understand this sentence? S: It means that something can only be known in the future. T: What can you infer from this sentence about the development of Eng lish in China? S:It indicates that it remains to be seen just how much the Chinese culture will influence the English language in the present country. Eg.Only time will tell: to say that something can only be known in the future: Will China’s national football team enter for the next finals of the World Cup? Only time will tell. (2)T: Now let’s discuss the questions in Comprehending . ( Let the students discuss in pairs. Then share their opinions in class. The answers may vary. But it doesn’t matter what their answers may be. Most important of all, encourage them to express what they really think.) Why do you think people all over the world want to learn English?
Possible answer: The reasons why people all over the world want to learn English:
★ With economy globalization, English has become the best bridge to serve the purpose of people all over the world communicating
with one another. ★ However, like all major languages in the world, English is always changing. In order to adjust to native speakers from different parts of the world, it is a must for people all over the world to learn English, whether in English speaking countries or in non-English Speaking countries. ★ Also, peop le from different parts of the world speak English with various accent and dialects, and people have to learn about the difference between different kinds of Eng lish in order to avoid misunderstanding while communicating. (All persuasive reasons can be accepted.) Step 6 summing up and homework T: Today, we have learned a text about the brief history of English. We have also learned some useful reading skills and writing skills. ( Shown above.) Homework : 1. Read the passage as fluently as you can. 2. Find out some words and sentences you think are beautiful and recite them. 3. P 11.Exx2.3.4 课后教学反思：
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