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小学一年级unit 2教法
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Teaching Plan

Date:2/28                                 Teacher: mia

Text book

Fun with English 1B

Unit

2

Title

How are you?

Period

   1

Aims

1. Help students know how to greet to others and how to answer: “How are you? I’m fine, thank you.”

2. Help students to know the manners in greeting;

3. Stimulate students’ interests in studying English.

Main points and difficult points

1. Make sure that students can greet in this way: “How are you?” and answer.

2. Make sure that students go through the ritual of the class correctly.

3.Part A: Learn to say.

Aids

Headwear, tape recorder.

Step 1: Warming-up

1All the Ss clap the hands and say the chant: clap clap clap your hands.

T greets to S in this way: Hello/Hi, I’m…

1.     T asks: What’s your name?

2.     Sing a song: <What’s your name?>

Step 2: Presentation

1.     T Greets to S: How are you? T helps S to answer: I’m fine, thank you.

2.     T greets to several Ss, and helps them to answer. T corrects the pronunciation of the Ss’.

3.     T continues making greetings, and let the volunteers to answer the greeting.

4.     T writes down the sentence : I’m fine, thank you. And makes the good expression.

T greets to the whole class, and helps Ss to answer.

5.     Pair work: T—S, S—S.

6.     Show time.

7.     T shows the big picture of part A.

8.     Talk about the picture: What can you see in the picture? Which one is Helen? Which one is Su Hai? Who’s she? What are they doing? Can you read this sentence? Let’s listen to the tape recorder.

9.     Ss open books, listen and read after the tape recorder for several times.

10. First read together, then read by themselves. At last read in pairs.

Step 3. Practice.

1.     T puts the headwear on the head, and pretends to be Helen. Let Ss greet to T like greeting to Helen .

2.     Let S wears the headwear, and help Ss make dialogue.

3.     Ask all the Ss pretend to be Helen or Su Hai, and make dialogues with T.

4.     T divides the class into two big groups, and one is Helen, the other is Su Hai. Then make dialogue.

5.     Exchange the roles.

6.     Ss make dialogues by themselves. They can do pair work and even leave their seats to ask their friends.

7.     Show time.

8.     Play a game: T broadcasts the song of part C: How are you? Ss pass a doll with the rhyme one by one. When the music stops, the one who hold the doll must stand up. Others ask him or her: How are you? The one answered: Fine, thank you.

9.     Step 4: Conclusion

Ss read part A for times.

Step 5: Homework:

Review the dialogue of part A. The preparation for next lesson is listening to the tape recorder of part B for 5 times.

Step 6: Writing design.

 

Unit 2 How are you?

How are you,…?

I’m fine, thank you.

 

Postscript

Ss are familiar with the greetings, and they learn the expression more fast than my expectation. They learn them well and can use them freely. They like playing the passing game to practice the dialogue. But someone doesn’t look at my mouth, while I teach the word: fine. When pronounce “fine” the mouth will change from small to big, then from big to small.

 

 

 

 

Date:3/2

Text book

Fun with English 1B

Unit

2

Title

How are you?

Period

   2

Aims

1. Help students to review how to greet to others and answer: “How are you? I’m fine, thank you.”

2. Help students to know the different answers of the greeting;

3. Stimulate students’ interests in studying English.

Main points and difficult points

1. Make sure that students can greet in this way: “How are you?” and answer in different ways: I’m fin/good/well, thank you.

2. Make sure that students go through the ritual of the class correctly.

3. Part C: Sing a song <How are you?>.

4. Part D: Play a game.

Aids

Headwear, dolls, tape recorder.

Step 1: Warming-up

1. Play a passing game that we have palyed in last class: T broadcasts the song of part C: How are you? Ss pass a doll with the rhyme one by one. When the music stops, the one who holds the doll must stand up. Others ask him or her: How are you? The one answered: Fine, thank you.

 

Step 2: Presentation

1.     Learn to sing the song: <How are you?>

(1) Ss already familiar with the music while playing the passing give. Require Ss open their books and listen to the song again. And points to the words.

(2) Ss try to sing along with the tape recorder.

(3) Ss sing the song.

(4) Ss sing the song in two groups. Boys—girls, Group1,2—Group3,4, S—S…

2.     Teach Part B: Ss learn to answer the greeting in different ways.

(1) Ask Ss sing with T, and T answers the greeting in this way: I’m good, thank you.

(2) Ask some Ss what do you catch?

Maybe someone got it, if not T tells them: I’m good, thank you. Write down “good” on the blackboard. Make a equal mark between fine and good. And require Ss read after me. Sing the song<How are you?> again, change the sentence: I’m good, thank you.

(3) Let Ss greet to T: How are you, and T answers: I’m well, thank you.

(4) Use body language to help Ss understand the meaning of I’m good/well is the same to the sentence: I’m fine.

(5) T greets to Ss, and help Ss to answer: I’m good/well, thank you.

(6) T greets to Ss three times and Ss should answer the greetings in three different ways.

(7) Pair works.

(8) Show time.

Step 3. Practice

1.     Read part B after the tape recorder.

2.     read by them severals.

3.     And explain why there’re so many expression but with the same meaning.

Step 4. Part D: Play a game.

1.     T takes out a doll and says: Hello, I’m Bobo. How are you? Ss answer the greeting.

2.     S takes the doll and greets the others.

3.     Ss take out their dolls and greet to each other. They can leave their chairs and greet to others.

Step 5: Conclusion

Ss sing the song <How are you?> together.

Step 5: Homework:

1.     Review Part B. Listen and read after the tape recorder for 5 to 10 times.

2.     Sing the song: How are you? With the words changed: I’m well/good, thank you.

Step 6: Writing design.

Unit 2 How are you?

How are you?    I’m fine, thank you.

                I’m good, thank you.

                I’m well, thank you.

 

 

Postscript

In this class, we have learnt three different expressions of the question: How are you? And teacher compares the Chinese culture and English culture, Ss show their great interests to learn the different expression. Most Ss would like to say: I’m fine, thank you. With teacher’s encouragement, they would like to say in different ways.

 

 

Date:3/4

Text book

Fun with English 1B

Unit

2

Title

How are you?

Period

   3

Aims

1. Help students to review how to greet to others and answer: “How are you? I’m fine, thank you.”

2. Help students to review the different answers of the greeting;

3. Help Ss to learn the letters: Cc and Dd;

4. Stimulate students’ interests in studying English.

Main points and difficult points

1. Make sure that students can greet in this way: “How are you?” and answer in different ways: I’m fine/good/well, thank you.

2. Part C: Look and read.

Aids

Pictures, tape recorder, cards.

Step 1: Warming-up

1.     T divides the Ss into 4 groups. According to their preparing of the class and the greeting of the class beginning, T gives some stars to four groups.

2.     T greets to S in this way: What’s your name? How are you,…?

3.     Sing a song: <How are you?>

Step2 Review

1.     Ss read Part A and B after the tape recorder.

2.     Ss read after T.

3. Ss read the dialogue and the words.

(1)  Show and say. T flashes the pictures and the words fine/well/good quickly, and Ss try to say the words as quick as possible.

(2)  T pronounces the first letter of the words, Ss say the word at once.

4.Ask Ss answer the greeting in different ways. Play a game: How are you, my friend?

Step 3: Look and read.

1.     Teach letter Cc.

T: When you say I’m fine, I’m well, I’m good. You feel happy or sad?

Ss: Happy. www.xkb1.com

T draws the smiling face. T: Yes, happy. Look at their mouth. Draw a bowed mouth. Then change the direction. Now you see, it’s C.

2. T writes the letter C in red.

(1) T reads the letter and Ss listen to T for times.

(2) T asks: What’s the letter C looks like?

(3) Distinguish the capital letter and the small letter.

(4) Ss read after T.

(5) Ask Ss to tell T some words which begin with letter c: cat, colour…

(6) Let Ss to find out the pronunciation of the letter c in these words.

(7) Ss read after T.

2.     Teach letter Dd.

(1) T writes down some words which begin with letter d. For example: dog, dad, day, dab, dig, dit……

(2) Ask Ss tell teacher what the same letter is.

(3) T writes down the letter: Dd.

(4) T reads the letter for times.

(5) Distinguish the capital letter and the small letter. Ss talk about the letter Dd. What the shape of the letter looks like.

(6) Ss read after T. 新课标第一网

(7) Ss read the letter.

3.     Ss open the books and read after the tape recorder.

4.     Ss read the letters and the word by themselves.

Step 4 practice.

1) require 4 Ss to act the four letters.

e.g. S1: Hello, I’m A.

SS: Hello, Mr A.

2) T writes down the letter we have learnt in last unit: Aa Bb Cc Dd.

(1) Require Ss read them together. xkb1.com

(2) Play a game(quick response) : T says A, Ss say B, T says C, Ss say D. Then exchange.

(3) Require Ss to compare the letter: “b” and “d” make sure they will not confused them.

Step 5  Homework

Oral practice: Listen to the tape and read the dialogue, the words and the letters.

Step 6  Writing design

Unit 2

How are you?

                                            A a    B b     C c     D d

cat       dog   

 

Postscript

  Ss like the way of learning the letter, and they like to act the letters and make greetings to others. Use the body language can help the Ss to remember these letters easily. And from the saying competition, Ss learn it quickly. From this class, I found they can make the dialogue freely to ask and answer: How are you? So I gives them something addition: Very well/very good, thank you. Some Ss receive more from this class.

 

Date:3/7

Text book

Fun with English 1B

Unit

2

Title

How are you?

Period

   4

Aims

1.     Help students to review how to greet to others and answer: “How are you? I’m fine, thank you.”

2.     Help students to review the different answers of the greeting;

3.     Help Ss to review the letters: Cc and Dd;

4.     Add some extra expressions of the question: How are you?

5.     Stimulate students’ interests in studying English.

Main points and difficult points

1.     Make sure that students can greet in this way: “How are you?” and answer in different ways: I’m fine/good/well, thank you.

2.     Ss learn to answered with different condition: Not so good. So so. Not bad.

3.     Make sure that students can read the letters Cc, Dd correctly.

4.     Finish the exercise of the workbook Unit 2.

Aids

Pictures, tape recorder.

Step 1: Warming-up

1.     T divides the Ss into 4 groups. According to their preparing of the class and the greeting of the class beginning, T gives some stars to four groups.

2.     T greets to S in this way: Good morning./ What’s your name?/ How are you?

3.     T presents the expression in different condition:  Not so good. So so. Not bad.

And give the necessary explaination help them to use in the right way.

 

Step2 Review

1.     Ss read Unit 2 after the tape recorder.

2.     Ss read after T.

3.     Ss read by themselves.

4.     Sing the song :< How are you?>

5.     Distinguish the capital letters and the small letters.

Step 3: Play a game.

Play a passing game which we have palyed in last class: T broadcasts the song of part C: How are you? Ss pass a doll with the rhyme one by one. When the music stops, the one who holds the doll must stand up. Others ask him or her: How are you? The one answered: Fine, thank you.

Step 4 The listening exercises of the workbook Unit 2.

1.     Listen and judge.

(1) Let Ss listen and judge.

(2) Check answers.

(3) In picture1 and 4, the girl is not fine or good. T tells Ss: Helen/ Nancy is not so good.

2.     Listen and respond.

3.     Listen and color.

4.     Look and act.

(1) Help Ss to understand the meaning of the pictures.

(2) Let Ss guess what they are talking about.

(3) Ss try to act.

(4) Group works.

(5) Show time.

Step5  Homework

1.     Oral practice: Read Unit 2.

2.     Practice the greetings “How are you” with their parents.

Step6  Writing design

Unit 2

How are you?

Not so good.

 So so.

Not bad.

How are you?

I’m fine, thank you.

 

Postscript

From this class, Ss learnt the expression of making greets to the people who they’re familiar with. They can use it freely in the class and even in the daily time. In this class, I give them the expression we usually talked, help them to review. Make the dialogue more abundance. Through the exercises, teacher can find the problem of some Ss and give them necessary help.

 

 
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