Teaching Plan for Unit 1
Title: My name’s Gina Length of lesson: 40minutes Learners: I. Teaching aims: In this unit students learn to introduc
e themselves, greet people, and ask for and give telephone numbers. 1. Topic: Making new friends 2. Functions: Introduce yourself/ Greet people/ Ask for and give telephone numbers 3. Target language: What?s your name? -My name is Gina. I?m Gina. Nice to meet you. What?s your phone number?-it?s 2842942 4. Vocabulary: personal names/ numbers0-9/ phone number/ first name/ last name/ Hi, Hello 5. Learning strategies: Practicing/ listening for specific information II. Time 6 periods III. Teaching process Lesson One (Period one) I. Teaching aims: 1. To know how to learn English well and know some rules used in English class 2. In this first lesson, students learn how to make an introduction 1. Topic: Making new friends 2. Functions: Introduce yourself/ Greet people 3. Target language: What?s your name?----My name?s… I?m …
4. Vocabulary: Introduce/ Introduction/ name 5. Learning strategies: Listening/ speaking/ singing III. Teaching process Step I. Lead in -Greeting and making an introduction Question 1. Why do we study foreign language? 2. How to study English well? Students? feed back: Step II. Activity one (task one): making an introduction I?m Ms. Xu, your new English teacher, welcome to Ms. Xu?s English class. It?s very nice to see you. I?m sure we?re going to have a great year and learn a lot of English. Activity two (task two): giving some ways to learn English well We have many ways to learn English well. We can read, listen, speak and write. We can read books, listen to music “ABC”, “Apple song”, “London bridge is falling down”…. Moreover, we can speak in English. Listening is more important. If we don?t have a good listening, we cannot understand others well, and have a good communication. Writing is another way to improve our English. Activity three (task three) giving some rules used in English class discussing in pairs
1. Speak English as much as you can. 2. Help each other.(help yourself with the dictionary) 3. Ask questions when you do not understand. 4. Don’t be shy. Step III. Now, let?s make an introduction 1. Give an example: I?m Tracy, I mean my name is Tracy, and you can call me teacher Tracy. What?s your name, please? What?s his name? And what?s her name? 2. Practice-in groups (3-4students) To practice the simple introduction with the following sentences:
“What?s your/his/her name?----My/his/her name?s… or I?m …” 3. Ask some group to show their introduction in the front of the class Homework: 1.to recite the words and expressions in starter 2.to do some exercise in starter Blackboard design: The rules in English class: Introduction-to introduce yourself to others What’s your/his/her name?-My/his/her name’s… Feed back
Unit One (Period two) I. Teaching aims: In this lessen, the students will study how to introduce themselves with the following sentences “My name is…/ My first name is…/ My last name is…” 1. Topic: Making new friends 2. Functions: Introduce yourself/ Greet people 3. Target language: What?s your name?/ What?s your first name?/ What?s your last name? 4. Vocabulary: first name/ last name/ Hi/ Hello/ Nice to meet you 5. Learning strategies: Listening/ speaking/ singing III. Teaching process Step I. Lead in Question 1. What?s your name, please./ May I have your name, please? 2.What?s your last name? / What?s your first name?
3.If you want to show your politeness, what do you usually say when you first meet someone? Students? feed back: discussing in pairs Step II. Learn and Practice Activity one (task one) listen the tape and do the exercise: Section A-1b:Play the Recording for the first time. Students only listen. Focus attention on the example: the conversation numbered(1). Point out the boxes where students will write a number for each conversation. Play the recording a second time. Students number the conversations .Sec.A-2a: Play the recording for the first time. Students only listen. Point to the boxes next to the pictures. (say: listen to the four conversations again. Write the number 1 in the box next to the people who say conversation 1, 2 in the box next to the people who say conversation2,etc.), 2b:Point the words in the box, (say: listen for these names in the conversations. You will hear some of the names, not all of them. circle the names you hear. The first one is done for you.) Activity two (task two) Do the exercise- Sec.B-3a: Read the list of names in the exercise. Ask students to guess which names are first names and which are last names. (Tell students your given name and your family name. Explain that, in English, your given name is referred to as your first name and your family name is referred to as your last name, or surname. The family name is written after one's given name, then point to individual students and say first name or last name, asking them to respond by saying their given name or family name.) Sec.A-3b: Ask the students to choose a first name and a last name that they like from 3a. Activity three (task three) Game: This is a team game. The last student of each team is the leader this time. I?ll ask a question to the first student like this. Then, the first student answers my question and turns back to ask the second student the same question. Well, see. Just like this. Teacher: Hi, nice to meet you. I?m Tracy. Tracy is my first name and Xu is my last name. What?s your name? Student1: My name is Li Lei. (turn back to the next student) Nice to meet you, her name is Tracy Xu, and I?m Li Lei. My last name is Li and my first name is
Lei. What?s your name? Student2: Nice to meet you, too. My name is Liu Ying. (turn back to the next student) His name is Li Lei. And her name is Tracy Xu. I? m Liu Ying. My last name is Liu and my first name is Ying. What?s your name? … At the end of the group, the leader who can tell the names as many as he can is winner. Culture note-English names vs. Chinese names Unlike Chinese names, English names are listed with the given name first and the family name or surname second. Many people have two given names, e.g. Sara Ann Smith. The second name is called the middle name and has no real significance, unlike the Chinese second name which indicates a child?s generation. English family names are inherited from the father, and a woman?s family name changes to the family name of her husband when she marries. Chinese women do not necessarily take their husband?s family name when they marry. Many English names have and old meaning, but the meaning is not usually a consideration when choosing a name, the way the name sounds is more important. In Chinese culture, naming a child often takes five principles into consideration: the name should reflect favorable mathematical calculations, be harmonious with regard to yin and yang, and possess one of the five elements of metal, water, wood, fire, and air. Activity four (task four) Sing an English song “The More We Get Together” The more we get together, together, together, the more we get together, the happier we’ll be! For your friends are my friends and my friends are your friends, the more we get together, the happier we’ll be! Step III. Production Task one: It?s warming up, the students think the questions that teacher gives and step in the situation-“Greeting” and “Introduction”. Task two: Do exercise and practice in book. Moreover, learn how to ask names. Task three: Practice the greeting “nice to meet you”, introduction and the first name, last name.
Task four: Relaxing Step IV. Sum up 1. the whole class practice how to greet people and introduce each other. 2. learn the difference between Chinese culture and western culture. 3. Learn a beautiful English song. Homework: 1.Sing two songs 2.Review the starter and do some exercise:P1 Sec.A-1a; P4 Sec.B-1a,2; P6-1; P7 Sec.A-1a; P10 SecB-1a; P11-3a; P12-1; P13 Sec.A-1a; P18-1; P19- 1a; P24-1; P25 SecA-1a; P30-1,2,3. 3.Review the Grammar Focus in Starter Blackboard design: First name Last name What’s your name? May I have your name? My name is… I’m….
My first name is…/ My last name is… Nice/glad/great/lovely to meet/see you! Feed back
Unit One (Period three) I. Teaching aims: This lesson introduces the numbers0-9, and practices the telephone number in random order. 1. Topic: Getting the telephone number 2. Functions: Ask for and give telephone numbers. 3. Target language: What?s your/his/her telephone number? 4. Vocabulary: telephone number/one two three four five six seven eight nine 5. Learning strategies:
Listening/ speaking/ singing/ writing III. Teaching process Step I. Lead in Question 1. We have already made a new friend and knew his or her name but if we want to communicate him or her what will we do? 2. How to ask and give telephone number? Students? feed back: Step II. Practice Activity one (task one) numbers. Activity two (task two) Sec.B-1b: Play the recording for the first time. Students only listen. Point out the telephone number in activity 1c. ask students how the number is divided up. Guide them to understand that three or four numbers come before the hyphen and four numbers after it. (6218-8020). Ask students to write the numbers in the blank as you play the recording the second time.
Activity three (task three) Sec.B-2a:Point to the numbered list of names. Read each one aloud along with the number that comes before it. Point to the blanks in the four telephone numbers.(Say, I will play the recording twice. the
Sec.B-1a: Play the recording for the first time. Students only
listen. As the teacher plays the recording the second time, ask students to repeat the
first time just listen. The second time, write the letter of
the person's telephone number in the space after that person's name.)Play the recording while students listen. Play the recording a second time.(This time students write the letter of each telephone number in the bland after the person's name).Check the answers. Activity four (task four) Song "Ten little Indian boys" One little, two little, three little Indians, four little, five little, six little Indians, seven little, eight little, nine little Indians, ten little Indian boys. Ten little, nine little, eight little Indians, seven little, six little, five little Indians, four little, three little, two little Indians, one little Indian boy. One little, two little, three little fingers, four little, five little, six little fingers, seven little, eight little, nine little fingers, ten fingers on your hands. Ten little, nine little, eight little fingers, seven little, six little, five little fingers, four little, three little, two little fingers, one finger on your hand.
Step III. Production Task one: listen and repeat the numbers Task two: listen the conversation and get the useful information-numbers Task three: get the knowledge of last name and first name. Task four: relax and know the numbers well. Homework: design your name card
Tracy Xu Master teacher of Class 3, Junior 1 The Middle School Attached to Northern Jiaotong University Tel:010-6218-6020 Address: No.12 Zhaojunmiao, Haidian District, Beijing Postcode:100081 Blackboard design: What's your telephone number?----My telephone number is... zero, one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine Feed back
Unit One (Period four) I. Teaching aims: This lesson reviews the numbers0-9, and practices the telephone number in random order. 1. Topic: Getting the telephone number 2. Functions: Ask for and give telephone numbers. 3. Target language:
What?s your/his/her telephone number?--my/his/her telephone number is.../It's... 4. Vocabulary: telephone number/one two three four five six seven eight nine 5. Learning strategies: Listening/ speaking/ writing III. Teaching process Step I. Lead in Question 1. Review the song "Ten little Indian boys" 2. How to get somebody's telephone number? And what do we say? 3. How about to make a phone book of our class? Students? feed back: Step II. Practice Activity one (task one): Sing the song "Ten little Indian boys" Activity two (task two): Make a telephone number book. In order to communicate better, today we are going to make our own phone book. I'll give you two minutes. Group leaders, try to find out your partners' telephone numbers and then fill in the chart. After that, hand in your charts to your group leader. At last, the leaders will stand up and tell the whole class the telephone numbers of your group. Everyone in class should follow him and write down the names and numbers. Step III. Production Task one: Task two: Make a telephone book of the whole classmates Homework: design the Personal information card (including name (last name and first name), telephone number and other information) Blackboard design: Name Li Lei Liu Ying Lin Fang Telephone number 8263-9745 6254-5478 6224-7381
The activity two provides an opportunity for oral practice using the target
language, and practices the listening and writing numbers. Moreover, the students have the telephone numbers of the whole class that will tie them closely.
Unit I. Teaching aims:
One (Period five) (Sep.11th-the mid-autumn festival)
know the culture of the mid-autumn festival (15th day of the 8th lunar month); classify the fruit; check the exercise P32-2b review the Grammar focus of unit one; 1. Topic: The Mid-autumn Festival 2. Functions: classification 3. Target language: I My you your he his she her it its we our you your they their
4. Vocabulary: fruit/ stationery/ color/ drink/ Verb 5. Learning strategies: classifying III. Teaching process Step I. Lead in Question 1. What date is today? 2. What does the mid-autumn festival mean to Chinese? 3. What do we do usually in this festival? Students? feed back: Step II. Practice Activity one (task one) mid-autumn festival" Activity two (task two) discuss the activities the Chinese people usually do in this festival--the food, the activities... introduce the traditional festival of Chinese----"the
Activity three (task three) give some fruit eating in this festival and try to classify the goods Step III. Production Task one: Task two: Task three: Fruit: apple, pear, orange, grapes, kiwi fruit, lemon, pineapple, mango, banana, plum, apricot, peach... Stationery: bag, book, pen, pencil, ruler, rubber, pencil case… Color: black, red, white, orange, green, blue, yellow, violet, purple… Drink: milk, cola, orange juice, soda, mineral water, wine, beer… Verb: listen, look, write, (map, phone), run, jump, speak, smell… Homework: 1.Do exercise--P32 and exercise P1-1 in yellow book, and give more words in each column 2."face to face with the famous person" (find some information of a famous person that you like. Such as: pictures, work place, hobbies and so on) Blackboard design: Feed back: give more knowledge of the Chinese traditional festival and learn Chinese culture; learn how to classify the goods
Unit One (Period six) I. Teaching aims: review unit 1 and have self check 1. Topic: having a review of the first unit ask name and telephone number 2. Functions: 4. Vocabulary: clock, fire extinguisher, basketball, necklace, trash, door knob, tie, tank of goldfish,
3. Target language:
skirt, sportswear, sneaker... 5. Learning strategies: reading/ speaking III. Teaching process Step I: Show the ID cards and the information about the famous people the students have already collected and encourage students. Activity one (task one): collect the whole ID cards, and ask one student to choose one and speak out the information except the name, ask the students to write down some information and to guess the ID card's owner---- "What's her/his name?”,” What?s his/her telephone number?" Activity two (task two): Ask the students to introduce the people whom he likes very much. "what's his/her name?" "Why do you like him/her so much?" Step II: Self check P6-1. 2. Ask students to check all the words they know and ask them to find out the meanings of any words they don?t know. P6-3. Ask students to think of two classmates, a boy and a girl. Have them write their classmates? details in the charts. Activity three(task three) “Just for Fun!”
Try to tell a story according to the picture. Student’s work: “A red ?Z? hid beside the gray wall while a green ?Z? was walking alone, suddenly, the red one jumped out and shouted ?past?. The green one was frightened and asked in a trembling voice ?What?s your first name? The red one said, ?ZIG?, and the red one asked, ?What?s your last name??. The green one said ?ZAG?.” Activity four(task four) Homework: 1.Review Unit 1 Give a quiz for Unit 1in workbook
2.Make a preparation before studying Unit 2 (words and expressions)