Unit 6 Enjoying Cycling Topic 2 Section B
1. 学生能正确掌握/θ/ 和 /s/的发音技巧，连读技巧和句子的语调；拼读并运用黑体单词。
1. Greet the students and make them ready for learning.
2. The teacher asks the students to report their homework. Let the students act out their own conversations.
3. The teacher shows the pictures of 2 in Section A. Let the students make some sentences using while or when. Review the usage of adverbial clauses of time.
4. The teacher shows some pictures of Tian’anmen Square. Lead to the new lesson.
Teach the new words of places of interest by showing the pictures of them: monument and rostrum. Teach the new words chairman, announce and found by showing the video of the founding ceremony in 1949.
Teach the word meaningful by showing a picture of New Year. Teach the new word wait by playing the action: Look at your watch frequently.
At last teach the new words north, east and west with the help of a map.
1. The teacher asks the students to look at the picture of 1a and lead to 1a: “Kangkang and Darren are talking about the Tian’anmen Square. Do you know what they will mention? Let’s watch the flash and find out the answer.
2. Teacher plays the flash of 1a. Ask the students to answer the questions:
(1) Which city square is the largest one in the world?
(2) How long is it?
(3) How wide is it?
(4) Is it quite meaningful to all Chinese people?
3. The teacher asks three students to tell the answers.
4. Teacher plays the flash again. Ask the students to underline the new words in the conversation. Grasp the words of direction, and know about the names of great buildings.
5. The teacher lets the students read 1a, and then asks them to learn in groups to find out the difficult points. At last let them sum up the main points.
6. The teacher makes a summary to explain the key points and difficult points to the students.
1. The teacher plays the recording sentence by sentence.
2. The teacher plays the recording without stopping.
3. The teacher plays the recording for the students and asks them to underline the information about Tian’anmen Square after listening.
4. The teacher lets two students tell their answers.
5. The teacher asks the students to work in pairs, and complete the table of 1b.
Then check the answers.
6. The teacher asks the students from different groups to introduce Tian’anmen Square and have a competition.
7. The teacher asks the students to look at the pictures and read through the names of these great buildings.
8. The teacher plays the recording, and asks the students to listen and number the pictures of 2A.
9. The teacher asks two students to tell their answers.
10. The teacher plays the recording for another time and asks the students to listen again and write down the date of each building. Check the answers.
1. The teacher draws a picture of directions on the blackboard. Let the students tell the nouns of direction they know. And then teach the new words of direction.
2. The teacher shows a map of China. Let the students ask and answer in pairs to practice the directions.
3. The teacher asks the students to match the names with the buildings on the map of 3a.
4. The teacher lets the students read the direction words and the name of each great building.
5. The teacher guides the students to fill in the blanks with the correct words from 3a.
6. The teacher asks the students to read the sentences aloud.
7. The teacher introduces the usage of the prepositions of position by drawing the graphic expression on the blackboard.
8. The teacher leads the students to learn the pronunciation rules of /θ/ and /s/ of 4a.
9. The teacher guides the students to grasp the liaison and intonation of 4b.
1. The teacher organizes the students to write a passage about their own city in groups.
(1) Let the students draw a map of their city, including the towns under the jurisdiction of the city and the neighboring cities. Mark places of interest as well. The teacher goes around the classroom and offers help if necessary.
(2) Let the students use nouns of direction and prepositions of position to write a short passage to introduce their cities.
(3) Encourage the students to read their passages, and then select the best one.
2. The teacher shows the summary to the students.
3. The teacher assigns homework:
(1) Review the summary after class.
(2) Ask the students to write a passage to introduce the directions of the great buildings of Tian’anmen Square, based on the pictures of 3a.
(3) Prepare some pictures of Jiuzhaigou for learning Section C after class.
The students all like the great buildings of Tian’anmen Square. They express their love to Beijing and our great country. It’s more important than the language knowledge. They can grasp the nouns of direction and prepositions of position better, but it’s still necessary to offer more exercises to them.