人教修订版英语高一上 Unit 2 English around the world 单元教案 2
Function Goals 1. Learn about differences between American and British English 2. Learn about communication skills 3. Use reported reque
sts : He asked me to Use reported commands: She told me to 4. Writing a passage comparing American and British English language Goals 1 words and expressions : stay up end up with come about all the way make oneself at home at high school all around the world on the radio a good knowledge of leave the door open turn down except for through the Internet on the phone more or less in the same way over the centuries bring in a great many have difficulty in doing sth. 2 sentences: 1) With so many people communicating in English every day, we can see that 2) There is no quick answer to this questions. 3) For a long time the language stayed the same, while the language in England changed. 4) Written English is more both or less the same in both British and American English. 5) However, most of the time people from the two countries do not have any difficlty in understanding each other. 3 Grammar: Go on to learn Direct Speech and Indirect Speech Periods 8 Period one Teaching Aims 1. Learn a dialogue about American and British English 2. Learn the text “English around the world” Teaching Important Points: 1. Improve the Ss? ability of reading an article. 2. Ss get a general idea of the history of English 3. Let Ss learn how to summarize the outline of the text by looking through it . Teaching Difficult Points: How to train Ss? ability of reading and ability of summarizing an article. Teaching Methods: Discussion, fast reading, careful reading
Teaching Procedures: 1 Lead-in Questions about English: Do you like English? Why? How long have you been studying English? In which country do people speak English as their mother language? In which country do people speak English as their second language? Are the American English and the British English the same? 2 Warming-up 1) Yes, the American English and the British English are much the same, but there are some differences in fact. Joe , an American comes to Britain for the first time and is puzzled. Why ? 2) Talk about the picture: Look, where is he? What does he look for in fact? 3) Read out the dialogue and ask more questions: How did Joe get to London? Did he have a good sleep? Why did Nancy give him a new towel? What did he actually want? 4) language points: have a good flight, make yourself at home, 3 pre- reading T: What language has the largest number of speakers? What language is most widely used and spoken? How many languages can you speak? In what situation do you speak Chinese? What about English? T: What does the sentence” The world is a village” mean? Is it necessary for us to learn the reason why English id used so widely all over the world.? Maybe you want to know more .Let?s read the passage English around the world 4. Fast reading 1) ( Skimming) Look through the text and then answer: Why will it be more and more important to have a good knowledge of English? ( Because many people communicate in English every day ) 2) Reading comprehension exercises ( show on the screen) 5 Careful reading ( Scanning ) read it more carefully and answer: 1. How many people use English as their mother tongue? 2. How many people learn English as a second language ? 3. How is English used in countries such as India, Pakistan, Nigeria and Philippines? 4. How may people learn English as a foreign language? 6 Read out the passage and write the outline of each part . Part 1 More than 750 million people speak English as their native language or a second language. Part 2 More than 750 million people learn English as a foreign language. Part 3 English is the working language of most international organizations trade and tourism. Main idea : English is really a language spoken all round the world. 6 Homework
Read out the passage and do Ex.2 on P.11 to prepare to report the summary of the passage .
Second Period Teaching Aims 1. Learn and master these words and phrases: all round the world, majority, more than, in total, of one?s own, except for, communicate with, through the Internet, develop into 2. Get the Ss to read the text “English around the world” smoothly 3. Get the Ss to read the passage “ American English and British English” Teaching Important Points: 1. Improve the Ss? ability of reading an article. 2. Ss get a general idea of the difference between American English and British English Teaching Difficult Points: Teaching Procedures: 1. Lead-in Yesterday we read the passage” English around the world ” , and we?ve known the historical development of English around the world over the past fifty years and importance of English. Who can tell me something about English? 2. Review Check their homework on P.11 in class “ complete the following summary ” 3. Read the passage out by following the tape and get Ss to pay attention to the pronunciation and intonation. 4. Language Points 1) the majority of : the greater number or part ; most ( 后接可数名词或集合名词， 谓语用复数) eg. The majority of the students like pop music. ( most of students ) The majority of population live in the country. 2) more than : over 3) in total: altogether 4) of one?s own: belonging to oneself and no one else 5) except for: not including ( nothing but, all but 中常用 but ) except: Everyone except me is into classical music. except for: His composition is good except for some spell mistakes. except that: John is a good student except that he is careless. besides: apart from（ 教改班可以不讲）依据上下文可以是 except 或是 besides Apart from the cost, the hat doesn?t suit me. 6) develop into With hard work, she developed into a great writer. 7) With so many people communicating in English every day, we can see it will
be more important to have a good knowledge of English. A Communicate with: exchange information, news, idea B With + 名词（代词）+ doing/ done/ /to do / adj./ adv./ prep. phrase （ 教改班 可以不讲） eg. The murderer was brought in, with his hands tied behind his back. The teacher came in, with a book in her hand. With the prices going up , people can?t buy big houses. We like to sleep with windows open. I can?t go to movie with you with so many clothes to wash. She was lying in the sofa, with her glasses on . C have a good knowledge of / have no knowledge of / have a knowledge of 8) through the Internet 5. Read aloud I?ll play the tape for again and repeat it. Try to follow the tape and read aloud. If you find any difficulty , hands up and let me know. 6. Word Study (P. 11) Read through the words ,then match the words on the left with their meanings on the right. 7. Workbook (P. 93) Ex.3 Get the Ss to translate the Chinese into English in class. Some on the Bb. The rest in their books. 8. Homework 1) Recite the whole passage 2) Translate the sentences: 1. 大多数人在这次车祸中幸免遇难。 2. 我们每人都要学会怎样与别人交流。 3. 这套房子总计花费 20 万元。 4. 他正努力掌握丰富的英语知识，以便发展成为一名著名的外交家。 5. 由于不知如何是好， 他去找父母帮忙。 6. 窗子被打破，这间房子特别冷。
Period Three Teaching Aims 1. Learn the words and phrases: Pet, stand closet, pronounce , motorbike, ketchup, tenant, drive sb. Crazy, set foot in, walk the dog, hurry up, on one?s way back 2. sentence structures: Would you please……? Could you please …… ? 3. Let Ss experience and use the useful expressions of the reported requests and orders by listening and writing. Teaching Important Points: 1. Improve the Ss? ability of listening and speaking. 2. Let Ss learn how to use reported requests and orders. Teaching Difficult Points:
Let the Ss know how to change the pronouns , tenses, adverbials in turning the direct speech into the indirect speech. Teaching Methods: Review, listening, explanation, inductive methods. Teaching Procedures: 1 Revision Show some sentences on the screen, and get the students to report them. Pay attention to the changes of the pronouns , tenses, adverbials. 1. He said to me,” I ?m afraid I can?t get there tomorrow ” 2. Joe said to Jerry, “ Are you frond of classical music ?” 3. Joe said to Jerry, “Where did you buy the dictionary yesterday ? ” 4. The teacher said to Jerry, “Have you finished your composition today?” 2 Pre-listening Look at the picture without looking at the textbooks. Can you imaging what happens between the man and the old lady? Ss are encouraged to expressed their ideas about it. 3 Listening 1) Listen to the tape and try to find out: What is the old lady doing in the picture? ( She is telling Mr.Brown many house rules.) 2) Listen to the tape for a second time . What rules is she giving? They are required to write down as many as possible. While the Ss are listening, the teacher writes down the difficult words and phrases : peg, stand, drive me crazy, set foot in , wake the dog 3) Get the individual student to report the rules using : The landlady asked Mr Brown to …… If the ss can not get it , just pause the tape and play the part again. 4) Show the rules on the screen and get the Ss to practice how to report the requests. 4 Post- listening 1) Retell the story in your own words. 2) What do you think of the landlady? Does she use polite sentence structures? What are they? ( write down on the screen : Would you please……? Could you please …… ? ) Is she a good communicator? 5 Speaking 1) Part 1 Listen and repeat , then Ss are required to read and act out the dialogues in groups in class . 2) Get the others to report the requests in the dialogues. 3) Deal with part 2 in the same way. 6 Summary We have learn how to report the requests and orders using “A asked B to do … ” or “ A told B to do …” 7 Homework P.10. Speaking 2 work in a group of four or three and make up another dialogue . P.91.Talking : Match the follow pairs and write down the situations .
Period Four Teaching Aims 1 Ss master the usage of requests and orders well by practicing the grammar . 2 Read the passage “ Don?t forget to stay in touch ” Teaching Important Points: 1. Let Ss grasp requests and orders and know well the patterns of requests and orders. 2. Train the Ss? ability of reading Teaching Difficult Points: Let the Ss know how and when to use requests and orders in right situations. Teaching Methods: explanation, practicing Teaching Procedures: 3. Revision Check their homework. 1) Yesterday we learned how to report the requests and orders and you are required to make up another dialogue about another situation .Are you ready? Get one group to act out . 2) P.91 Get the Ss to match the following pairs and discuss the situation when people say the words. 4. Lead-in Show the Ss the requests and orders in real situations T: Stand up, Joe. What did I say to Joe? S1: You told Joe to stand up. T: Sit down, please. What did I say to Joe? S2: You asked Joe to sit down. T: Could I use your book? What did I say to Joe? S3: You asked Joe if you could use his book? Tell the Ss sentence 1 is an order. We use “A told B to do ” to report the order; and Sentences2 and 3 are requests ,so we use “ A asked B to do ” What about negative forms? T: Don?t shout in class. S3: The teacher told us not to shout in class. T: Don?t be worried, please. S4: The teacher asked us not to be worried. 5. Grammar. Turn to P.12 Part 1. Look at the sentences and decide which is an order and which is a request. Then use “A told B to do “ or “ A asked B to do ” to report them. Part 2. Change the three sentences into direct sentences. ( 根据各班情况自行处 理) 6. Workbook P.93 Ex.1 of Grammar. First get the Ss to know what should be done by reading through the examples. Then get them to do it in class orally.
7. Checkpoint 2 Get the Ss to go through the sentences and complete them using direct and indirect speech. Then the whole class read out all the sentences. 8. Reading on P.94 Read the passage 1 and then Complete the sentences ( Ex2) Read the passage 2 and then Complete the sentences ( Ex3) 9. Homework Ex.2 on P.93 Do it in the exercise book .
Period Five Teaching Aims 1. Learn the passage American English and British English 2. Learn the words and phrases: the differences between, come about, stay the same , while , at the same time, end up with , except for, more or less, have some difficulty in doing sth. 3. Get the Ss to know the difference between American English and British English Teaching Important Points: 1. Improve the Ss? ability of reading an article. 2. Ss grasp the differences between American English and British English 3. Get the Ss to master some important sentences: How did the differences come about ? For a long time …… stayed the same, while the …… At the same time, ……,ending up with different words. Except for……,written English is more or less the same…… 4. Let Ss learn how to summarize the outline of the text by looking through it . Teaching Difficult Points: How do we compare AE and BE or dialects in Chinese . Teaching Methods: Discussion, fast reading, careful reading Teaching Procedures: 1. Lead-in What is Joe?s nationality ? What about Nancy? Why is there the misunderstanding between them? ( There are differences between American English and British English ) 2. Fast-reading English is a young language, which grew from other languages, such as German, French and etc. Now it is spoken by people all over the world . We know that more than 42 countries where the majority of people speak English. However, English is not exactly the same in different countries. Today, we?ll read a passage about these differences . Read the passage quickly and answers: Question: What are main differences between American English and British English ? ( words , spelling, pronunciation) Then finish Exercise 1 in the text on P.13..
3. Careful reading Read it more carefully and answer: 1) Was the language in Britain and America the same at first? ( Yes ) 2) When did America become an independent country ? ( in 1776) 3) Where did the word “ fall ” first come from? ( came from England ) 4) Which is greater, the difference in the spoken English or in the written English? 5) Do people from the two countries have difficulties in understanding each other? 4. Listen and follow the tape . While you are reading ,try to think out the main idea of each para. 5. Language points : 1) know about : know of 2) How did the he differences come about ? 3) come about: happen, take place. 4) End up with : finish with 5) More or less: about, not exactly, almost, nearly 6. Read and writing P.13 to P.14 Read and fill in the chart . Work in group and discuss together. 7. Summary Let?s compare the differences between American English and British English BE AE center colour Color favourite favorite honour honor programme program flat apartment toilet bathroom Town center downtown humour humor car automobile 8. Homework P92. Practicing Vocabulary Exx.1 and 2
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