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The Reward of a Good Deed 教学设计
  作者:方波  发布时间:2012-06-14

【教材分析】
这是一篇关于人生哲理的文章,结构很清晰:第一部分介绍故事发生的时间、地点人物以及事件。第二部分介绍旅馆职员得到了巨大的回报。帮助他人就是帮助自己。在课堂设计中,应注重学生对于主题的理解并能在生活中加以应用。最后让学生归纳类似的感悟与大家共勉,这是这堂课的升华。
【学情分析】
高二学生处于高中英语学习兴趣培养和学习习惯形成阶段。他们希望在学习过程中享受到乐趣,不希望老师死板地讲解字词及语法;希望老师能够激发他们的好奇心和创造力,创设与他们日常生活紧密相连的学习语境,更希望教师在课堂上能走进他们的心灵,与他们一起互动,帮助他们掌握文化知识,形成良好的人生观和价值观。
【教学目标】
1.知识与能力目标
①语言知识目标
学习并运用以下词汇:单词:lobby , convention, suite, decline, enclose, assure 短语:a winning smile, press on, make out, lead…to…
②能力目标
培养学生阅读方法与技能,如快速搜索信息,猜词义,信息分析能力以及语篇概括能力;学习地道的英语表达法和英语谚语。
2.过程与方法
以“善有善报”为主线,通过组织各种学习活动创设情境,引导学生在自主学习、合作探究中回顾并掌握一定的阅读技巧,理解文章的主题。
3.情感、态度与价值观
学生通过阅读,讨论从作者提倡的“善有善报”的生活故事中得到启发。认识到帮助他人,就是帮助自己这个道理。从而形成正确的人生观和价值观。
【教学重难点】
教学重点
1.学会使用阅读材料中出现的重要单词,短语和句型。
2.能完成所设置的相关阅读与写作任务,提高运用英语的综合能力。
教学难点
1.如何使学生积极地参与课堂讨论,有效完成课堂学习任务。
2. 如何使学生领会做人的道理,培养他们正确的人生观和价值观以及陶冶学生的情操。
 
【教学方法】
1.情境教学法 
创设贴近学生实际生活的情境,让学生在不知不觉中学会用文章的立意去思考讨论和解决现实生活问题。
2.任务型教学法 
在教学过程中,根据教学的内容与性质,设计相关的活动,希望学生通过亲身参与,感悟和体验,发展语言技能,进而逐步获得语言综合运用能力。让学生带着问题任务去思考,找出相关答案,并分析整理形成自己的观点。
3. 多媒体辅助教学法
多媒体能直观,形象地呈现教学内容。本课的教学主线将以ppt课件展示,但对重点的词汇、句式将以板书展示。
【教学用具】
电脑,PPT, 黑板
 
【教学流程】
Step Lead-in ( free talk) 3’
Before class, play the accompaniment music of Learn from Leifeng. Ask the students what is the name of the song.
Teacher: Although Leifeng passed away, his spirit stays forever. Could you share with your classmates your experience of doing a good deed?
【设计说明】歌曲作铺垫,温情溢课堂。以学生熟悉的的歌曲《学习雷锋好榜样》的伴奏导入,为本课教学渲染温情氛围,奠定情感基调。接着要学生谈谈自己做好事的经历,使学生有感而发,有话好说。
Teacher: All of you have a kind and helpful heart. There was a hotel clerk who had a kind and helpful heart. Let’s learn his story.
StepFast reading  6’
Activity 1: Ask the students to read the story as quickly as possible and try to finish the form.
About the story

When
One stormy night many years ago
where
A small hotel in Philadephia
Who
The old couple and a hotel clerk
What
When the old couple came to the hotel on a stormy night for a shelter , the hotel was full. The young clerk offered the old couple his own room.

【设计说明】此环节主要是培养学生快速捕捉相关信息的能力。通过填写表格学生掌握了故事发生的时间、地点及人物。由于难度大,What栏先叫学生归纳,再让学生根据已归纳的要点填空。
Activity 2: Ask the students to predict the result of the story.
【设计说明】通过叫学生预测故事的情节,锻炼学生用英语思维的能力,同时激起学生的学习兴趣,为后部分阅读做好充分的准备。
StepDetailed reading 17’
Give the students the rest of the story to read.
1. Get the main idea of the rest of the passage.
What happened at the end of the story?
The hotel clerk was offered to be in charge of the original Waldorf-Astoria Hotel.
Do you know anything about the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel?
【设计说明】学生快速阅读掌握文章的大意,通过图片介绍这一堪称是世界上最豪华、最著名的饭店之一的Waldorf Astoria Hotel, 使学生产生视觉冲击,从而深刻体验the hotel clerk所得来的巨大善报。
2. Futher-understanding
Ask the students to finish the exercise on the worksheet.
1) Focusing on the vocabulary
① Ask the studnets to match the words from the reading with the correct definitions.( incident, enclose, thrust, assure, magnificent,sly     )
②Guess the meaning of the underlined word foresaw in paragragh 8 according to the word-formation. Foresee: the prefix fore- means before.  More examples ( forecast, forehead, forearm…)
Ask the students to guess the meaning of another word exceptional in paragraph 5.
exceptional -al is an adjective suffix. More examples( national, natural, cultural, international…)
【设计说明】通过英英释义,猜测词义让学生在具体的情景中学习词汇,理解词汇,从而体验学习词汇的快乐。
2). Focusing on difficult sentences
We does the writer say a sly smile played around the old man’s mouth? What do you think of the the old man?
Suggested answers: considerate, a grateful heart
3). Focusing on the paragraghs
Can you guess how the hotel clerk feel when he got the reward?
4) Focusing on the passage
Add a title to the story.(pair work)
suggested answers: The reward of a good deed. 善有善报
【设计说明】按照从词→句→段→篇章的理解顺序,分别设计了猜测词义,理解人物性格、人物心理活动和添加标题的任务,帮助学生理解文章,提高阅读能力。
StepⅣ. Making connections  5’
Discussion : What can we learn from this story? group work
 
Step. Extended Reading   13’
Once, when I was a teenager, my father and I were standing in line to buy tickets for the circus. Finally, here was only one family between us and the ticket counter.
    This family made a big impression on me. There were eight children, all probably under the age of 12. You could tell they didn't have a lot of money. Their clothes were not expensive, but they were clean. The children were well-behaved, all of them standing in line, two-by-two behind their parents, holding hands. They were excitedly talking about the clowns, elephants, and other acts they would see that night. One could sense they had never been to the circus before. It promised to be a highlight of their young lives. The father and mother were at the head of the pack, standing proud as could be.
 The mother was holding her husband's hand, looking up at him as if to say, "You're my knight in shining armor." He was smiling and basking in pride, looking back at her as if to reply, "You got that right."
  The ticket lady asked the father how many tickets he wanted. He proudly responded, "Please let me buy eight children's tickets and two adult tickets so I can take my family to the circus."
 The ticket lady quoted the price. The man's wife let go of his hand, her head dropped, and his lip began to tremble. The father leaned a little closer and asked, "How much did you say?"
 The ticket lady again quoted the price. The man didn't have enough money.
 How was he supposed to turn and tell his eight kids that he didn’t have enough money to take them to the circus? Seeing what was going on, my dad put his hand in his pocket, pulled out a $20 bill and dropped it on the ground. My father reached down, picked up the bill, tapped the man on the shoulder and said, "Excuse me, sir, this fell out of your pocket."
  The man knew what was going on. He wasn't begging for a handout but certainly appreciated the help in a desperate, heartbreaking, embarrassing situation. He looked straight into my dad's eyes, took my dad's hand in both of his, squeezed tightly onto the $20 bill, and with his lip trembling and a tear running down his cheek, he replied, "Thank you, thank you, sir. This really means a lot to me and my family."
My father and I went back to our car and drove home. We didn't go to the circus that night, but we didn't go without.
The following sentences are taken from the passage. Put them back into the proper place. One is extra.
A. The ticket lady asked the father how many tickets he wanted
B. The man didn't have enough money.
C. Years later the father became critically ill.
D. This family made a big impression on me.
F. The man didn't have enough money.
Why did the writer’s father drop the note on the ground instead of giving the money to the father
directly?
Suggested answers: he wanted to make the father feel ashamed
【设计说明】通过完成阅读练习拓展阅读进一步理解给予的重要性,培养学生的阅读能力。
 Discussion What’s the art of helping others?
【设计说明】让学生明白我们不仅要帮助人,还要注意帮助的艺术
 
Step. conclusion   Enjoy a poem  1’
An Act of Caring
Too often we underestimate
The power of a touch
A smile
A kind word
A listening ear
An honest of compliment
Or the smallest act of caring
All of which has the potential to turn a life around
Step. Homework
Write a compostion about what you learn from this lesson and use your true experiences to support your idea.
【板书设计】
                        The Reward of Good Deed         
When                     foresee                         a lesson
Where                    exceptional                     An Act of Caring
Who                     a sly smile
what
 
 
 
Feedback (学生课后完成,作为教学反思的参考)
1) What expressions about life do you remember after class?
____________________________________________________
____________________________________________________
 
2) Which part or parts of the lesson interested your most?
  Talking about doing good deeds
 Learning about language
 Learning about the wise words
 Finding solutions to the art of helping others
 Sharing the poem
 Others_________________________________________________
 
3) Is the hotel clerk 's story helpful to you?
 
  Very much     A little     Not at all

 
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