Teaching Aims: Review the words related to qualities for success. Teaching Important Points: 1. Help the students master the words. 2. Help the students finish each exercise c
orrectly. Teaching Difficult Point: Master the uses of words. Teaching Methods: 1. Review method to consolidate the words learned in the last two periods. 2. Practising to make the students master the words correctly. 3. Individual, pair or group work to make every student work in class. Teaching Aids: 1. the multimedia 2. the blackboard Teaching Procedures: ?Step Ⅰ Greetings Greet the whole class as usual. ?Step Ⅱ Brainstorm Please say some words of qualities related to success. ?Step III Word power Read the profile on page 38 and find out Victoria Brown’s ten qualities for success. 1. perseverance 2. ambition 3. confident 5. energetic 7. energy 4. motivation 6. enthusiastic 8. enthusiasm 10. organization
9. interpersonal skills 11. sense of humour
Perseverance What does “perseverance” mean according to the text? Answer: This means I never give up, even when things go wrong. However much I get knocked back, I just try again. adj: perseverant Examples: Perseverance is a good quality to success. I am perseverant. Ambition: adj: ambitious Example He had great ambition when he was young. As he grew old, he wasn’t that much ambitious. Confidence: adj: comfident I wasn’t good at English at first. Then I got confidence from my English teacher. And now I am very confident. Motivation: adj: motivated Examples: The president told us that we needed motivation if we wanted to do things well. After his lecture, I got motivated. Energy: adj: energetic Examples: John is full of energy. He is energetic. enthusiasm: adj: enthusiastic Examples: When I met him, I was very much touched by his enthusiasm.
She takes an enthusiastic attitude towards life. Interpersonal skills Examples: A good manager needs high interpersonal skills. Organization Examples: Our monitor is a man of organization. He can do most of the things that our head-teacher should do. Sense of humour adj: humorous Examples: The politician has a good sense of humour. He is a humorous man. Step IV A game Who can get the most peaches? Try to find the opposite of the given words. You can get one peach for your tree for each correct word. careless mean dishonest friendly unfriendly lazy aimless unkind impolite