Lesson 5 The Best Clothes 八年级英语教案 Ⅰ.Teaching content: 1. Key vocabulary：anymore/not…any more, gray=grey, paint , very much, voice, silly, classmates, backpack 2. Likes and dislikes about clot
hes Ⅱ.Teaching goals 1. Learn to use the new words and phrases: anymore/not…any more, gray=grey, paint, very much, voice, silly, classmates 2. Learn to make comments on clothes 3. Sentences structures about comments on clothes Ⅲ.Key points: I don’t like this pair. What did you do to your runners? They look silly. Krista could not think of an answer. Ⅳ.Difficult points: 1) The right attitude towards new clothes 2) They should Be friendly to classmates Ⅴ.Preparation: Prepare a new pair of shoes and old ones , a big paper for a sketch of a dress Ⅵ.Teaching resources: a big piece of paper, some marks and paints, a pair of old shoes. Ⅶ.Type of the lesson: reading and comprehending Ⅷ.Teaching procedure 1. Class opening 1) Make the class warm by singing the song “On a school Day” together with the students. 周燕玉
2) Check up their homework in the activity book. Give them some explanation when necessary 2. New lessons Step 1: Lead in T: Today let’s continue to talk about clothes. Look at my old shoes. Oh! They are gray, really too old. I like new clothes and shoes. What about you? I also have some nice pictures here for fashionable clothing. (show the pictures to the students.) Step 2: Discussion in “Think About It!” T: We’ve got some questions to discuss in “Think About IT!” Read though all the questions and discuss with your partners. I’ll give you 5 minutes in this section. (Five minutes later, check out Ss’ results of discussion) Step 3: Listen and get key points T: Listen to the recorder, please. And answer two questions after that. Q1: Who told Krista to paint her shoes? (Peter) Q2: Who said Krista’s shoes were silly? (Gina) Step 4: Read and understand T: Read the text fast and silently by yourselves then have a discussion about the story. There are more questions for you: 1) What do Krista’s runners look like? (They are old and gray.) 2) What does Krista do to her runners? (She paints her runners with marks and paints.) 3) Is Gina Krista’s good friend? (No, Krista doesn’t like Gina.) 4) Why does Gina laugh at Krista? Is it right? (Because Krista paints her shoes and they look silly. No, it’s wrong to laugh at others.) Step 5: Further discussion T: Discuss the story more deeply. Think about the two questions: 1) If you were Krista what would you do? (suggested answer1: If I were
Krista I wouldn’t paint my shoes. I will just keep them clean and take good care of them. We feel very comfortable when wearing old shoes. Suggested answer 2: I would also paint my shoes. Because I think it’s funny to make old shoes have a different color.) 2) If you were Gina what would you say when you see Krista’s painted shoes? (suggested answer 1: If I were Gina I would say :”Hi, Gina, you did a good job. Your runners look so nice now.” suggested answer 2: If I were Gina I would say :”Please buy a pair of new shoes. Old one are still old after painted ”) Step 6: Meaning of the story T: Read the text once again, please. Try to get the meaning of the story. Then discuss what’s the right attitude towards appearance and classmates. Step 7: “Let’s Do It!” section T: Let’s see what we should do in this part.1 1) Find the reason why Krista wants to cry. Does it recall the similar feeling when you feel embarrassed? Did the feeling last a long time? 2) Guess how the story will go without reading the second part in the Reader. Read it for your partner and check whether your guess is right or wrong. 3. Class closing T: let’s see our homework for today. 1) The third reading in the reader 2) Other exercises in the activity book 3) The next reading in the students book Sometimes we not only get fun from some stories but also significant experience. “Reading makes a wise person.” So let’s enjoy reading and leaning. Have a nice day. Bye for now.