英语必修 5 人教版新课标 Unit 2 第 4-5 课时教案
Period 4 & 5 Using Language, Listening (Workbook), Listening task (Workbook) Speaking and Writing
Teaching Goals: 1. To read and get a gene
ral idea about London. 2. To learn and talk about sightseeing. 3. To learn to write a travel guide.
Teaching Procedures: Step 1. Warming Up 1. Show Ss the following pictures and let them guess what the pictures are about.
2. Ask Ss whether they have done any sightseeing. Let them describe their trips. Step 2. Listening 1. Listen to the tape and let Ss follow in a low voice. 2. Listen to the tape again and get the main idea of the text. Step 3. Reading 1. Skimming Skim the text and find how many places did she visit? What are they? (The Tower, St Paul’s Cathedral, Greenwich, Karl Marx’s statue, Windsor Castle?) 2. Scanning Read the text carefully and make a list of Zhang Pingyu’s tour of London and a comment on each place she visited. Day 1 (1) (2) (3) (4) Comments (1) (2) (3) (4) Day 2 and comment Day 3 and comment
Day 1 (1) Tower (2)St Cathedral Paul’s Comments (1) delight (2)splendid a nd interesting Day 2 and comment Greenwich with: Ships Longitude line Day 3 and comment Karl statue Marx’s “strange
he lived and died
(3)Weatminster Abbey (4) Big Ben
(3) full of statues of poets and writer (4) famous and very loud
British Museum “thrilled to see Chinese pottery”
3. Language point Ask Ss to find and copy all the useful collocations to their notebook and discuss how to use them in groups.
For your reference:
be worried about?, make a list of?，remain standing for?, expand around?, remain part of?, to one’s surprise, find?guarded by?, on special occasions, wear the uniform, there follows?，look splendid, in memory of?, come out of the abbey, ring out?, finish the day by?, have so much to, set the time, divide the eastern and western halves of the worlds, be useful for?, pass through?, have a photo taken, develop communism, move from?into?，be thrilled by?, be displayed in?, feel proud of?, fall asleep, leave?for? Step 4. Listening 1. Look at this list of English kings and queens. Tick the ones you hear about. Look at the list of English kings and queens. Tick the ones you hear about. King Edward IV King Edward V King Richard III King Henry VII 1461-1483 1483-1483 1483-1485 1485-1509 Edward VI Mary Elizabeth I King Henry VIII 1509-1547
1547-1553 1553-1558 1558-1603
Suggested Answers: King Edward Ⅳ, King Edward Ⅴ, King Richard Ⅲ, King Henry Ⅷ,
Queen Mary, Queen Elizabeth. 2. Listen to the tape again and answer these questions. (1) Which king on the list was one of the princes in the Tower? How do you know? (2) Who had the two princes killed?
(3) Who was the brother of Kin g Richard III? How do you know? (2) What was the name of the sister of Queen Elizabeth I? How do you know? (3) Which queen had no children? How do you know? (4) Give two examples of unfair behavior by kings or queens about five hundred years ago.
(1) King Edward V because he had come to London to be crowned king. He had come with his younger brother, Richard, and they stayed in the Tower. (2) It is said that Richard sent men to kill his nephews, the princes. (3) King Edward IV because it says that Richard was King Edward V’s uncle. King Edward V was King Edward IV’s son. (4) Queen Mary was the name of Queen Elizabeth I’s sister. It was Queen Mary who brought Elizabeth to the Tower as a prisoner. (5) Queen Mary had no children so her sister became Queen after her death. (6) Example 1: Richard killed his nephews. Example 2: King Henry VIII killed some of his best friends. Step 3. Listening (Workbook) 1. Before you listen to the tape look at the chart. After listening, fill in the three groups of British citizens.
Group 1 Born in the old British Empire and asked to be a British citizen.
Group 1 Born in the old British Empire and asked to be a Group 2 Having parents one of whom is British or having been Group 3 Asking to become British after living in the UK for
born in the UK.
2. Listen to the tape and fill in the blanks. Who are British Citize ns?
Liu Lei is talking about British people with Sarah.
LL: Sarah, did you say ____ Britain is a multicultural country? S: Yes. I did. ___ is China. You’ve 56 nation alities in China. We’ve many people from ________ cultures and countries in Britain too. LL: I don’t understand. If they come from different cultures and countries, _____ do you know they’re British? Aren’t they Caribbean and Indian ___ Australian? S: I know it’s a ____ confusing. Let me explain. A long time _____ the British ruled many countries around the world like India and Kenya. It was _____ the British Empire. When these countries became _________, their people were given the _____to become British or the _______ of their own new countries. LL: Please speak ______ so I can understand you. Now let me see if I’ve got it _____. Did you say they had to choose _______country to belong to? S: Yes, and many chose to be citizens of their _____countries. But some wanted to stay British. So they are one ______. LL: There is another group, isn’t there? S: Yes. If you were born in Britain or your _______ are British, you are a British
citizen too. LL: That’s easy. I can ______ you now. Are there any more groups? S: Yes, but only one more. The ______ group is when you come from another country and live in Britain for five years. You can ask to become a British citizen. LL: Is that easy? Do many people in England have ______ skins and are st ill British? S: Yes. Many black British came from the Caribbean from 1950 ______ to help run the railways. Others came from India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and so on. LL: Have they ______ life in Britain? S: Oh yes, with their music and their food, of course! People _______ from India and Pakistan have given us a new ______ dish called chicken tikka masala. It is now
_____ popular in Britain than fish and chips! We are ______ a multicultural people now.
that; So; different; how; or; bit; ago; called; independent; chance; citizens;
slowly; right; w hich own; group; parents; follow; third; black; onwards; changed; originally; national; more; truly. Step 4. Listening task (Workbook) 1. Listen to the tape, and decide which sentences are true and which are false. Tick the correct boxes. True (1) King James was a Catholic. (2) King James was frightened of Catholics. (3) King James supported Protestants. (4) He punished Guy Fawkes. (5) Guy Fawkes talked to King James. (6) The king thought the Catholics wanted to kill him. (7) The king rewarded Guy Fawkes. (8) The king thought there were too few Catholics. (9) The king’s friends abroad were Protestants. □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ False □ □ □
(1) false (2) true (3) true (4) true (5) false (6) true (7) false (8) false (9) true 2. Listen to the tape again and fill in the chart. King James’ Problems Attitude to Catholics Foreign countries Dealing with Catholics Reasons for problem Your comment
King Problems Attitude Catholics
Reasons for problem
changed his mind
All Britain’s friends were protestant countries.
Try to be friends with other countries too. It would have been better to have trusted the
Very unkind. No evidence they wanted to hurt the king before this.
3. Listen to the tape again and fill in the blanks. Was King James Fair?
A Catholic supporter is ________ King James to find out why he changed his mind about letting the Catholics _______ their religion as they wished.
CS: Good morning sir. Thank you for coming to talk to me _____ the attack that was planned for November 6 . It was so ______ you escaped. KJ: Yes. I was very _____ of course. I couldn’t believe that anyone _____ want to kill me. What did I ___ do to Guy Fawkes and his friends? CS: But, sir, you are the person who _____ this problem by changing your mind. _____ of all you let the Catholics practise their religion _____. Then you said it was no longer _____. Y ou must have ______ they would get upset. KJ: But you must understand my _______. I thought there were only a few Catholics in the country. I didn’t mind a _____. CS: Why were you surprised at the ______of Catho lics? KJ: Well, because ______ a few people were put in prison every year ____ not going to the Protestant church. CS: I see. So you thought ____ people were the only Catholics? KJ: Yes. When I _____ the law there seemed to be so many Catholics that I felt I’d done the wrong thing. I got ______. I worried the might want England to be a Catholic country.
CS: But did that ______? KJ: Oh yes. All our friends were Protestant countries and all our ______ were Catholic ones. CS: Mm! Did you ask Fawkes and Catesby if that was _____ they wanted? KJ: No. CS: So the ______was planed ant that was the very thing you wanted to ____. What did you learn _____ it? KJ: I _____ have talked to the Catholics. If I’d done that, there ______have been an attack because they would have been able to ______ their point of view __________. CS: Thank you, sir. Goodbye. KJ: Goodbye.
interviewing; practice; about; lucky; upset; ;would; ever; caused; First; safely; allowed; known; difficulty; few; numbers; only; for; those; relaxed; frightened; matter; enemies; what; attack; avoid; from; should; wouldn’t; explain; peacefully. Step 5. Speaking and writing 1. Speaking In pairs choose an interesting building or attraction in your hometown. Act as a tour guide for your partner. Sh ow him around and tell him about it. The best pairs will be invited to present their imagined tour in front of the c lass. 2. Writing Ask Ss to use the information they have collected about this building or attraction and write about it in their local guide book. Suppose Ss want to encourage people to visit it so they should write in an exciting way. Let them think about the verbs and adjectives you can use. 3. Homework Ask Ss to write an article describing their own hometowns, and then share their articles with their partner.