Unit 2 English Around the World Teaching Plan ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Unit 2 English Around the World Teaching Pl
an Period 1 Warming-up & listening I. Teaching Aims and Demands 1.To learn about some differences between American and British English. 2.To learn to use reported requests and commands. 3.To listen focusing on key words and details. II. Teaching Procedures Step1. Warming up 1. 1) 2) 3) Lead in How many languages are there in the world? How many English speaking counties are there in the world? How are you ever heard some differences between American English and British Show Ss a map of the world, and ask them the following questions:
English? [T: In this unit, we will talk about English. English is a language spoken all around the world. English plays a more and more important role in international affairs. There are some slight differences between American English and British English. Sometimes, slight misunderstandings may occur between native speakers from Great Britain and the United States . Therefore, it is necessary to know about the differences between American English and British English in order to use English appropriately.] 2. 1) 2) Talking about the picture What do you think is happening in the picture? Where is the man do you think?
[Purpose: Lead the Ss to find that bathroom. Ask Ss to try to find the answer by reading the dialogue.] 3. 1) Listening to the tape Ask Ss to listen to the dialogue and discuss the following table in pairs, find some facts 2) Ss it explain the misunders tandings between Joe and Nancy. 4. 1. Listen some other synonyms for words referring to the toilet. Pre-listening Step2.Listening Ask
about both Joe and Nancy by filling the following blanks. Joe What nationality is Where is What is… doing What does bathroom mean for Nancy
Show Ss the picture without letting them look at the textbooks. Ask them to describe what they see and guess what is happening in it. [T: The man in the picture is Mr. Brown. The woman is his landlady. She has many house rules. Now listen to the tape carefully, and make necessary notes.] 2. 1) While-listening Ask Ss listen to the tape and fill in the table Dos Don’ts
2) 3) 3.
Listen to the tape again and check the answer. Ask Ss to report Mr. Brown’s landlady’s rules again by using “ask sb. (not) to do sth”. Post-listening
Teacher announces some rules of the English class, and ask Ss to report these rules by using “ask sb. (not) to do sth”. III. Homework 1. Fill in the form below: Am E Br E Chinese 电梯 petrol 公寓 Fall tube(underground) 大学 垃圾 垃圾箱 假日 两星期 2. 3. Preview the part of speaking. Recite new words and expressions of this unit. Period 2 Speaking I. Teaching Aims and Demands 1. To learn about some differences between language and culture in the USA & Britain . 2. To learn to deal with language difficulties in communication. 3. To listen focusing on key words and details. II. Teaching Procedures Step1. Revision Check Ss’ homework, and do the dictation. Step2. Pre-speaking [T: There are some differences between the USA and England . Now you will listen to a dialogue between David and Terry. Terry is from the USA and she is visiting England . Terry talks about some of the differences between the USA and England .] 1. Listen to the tape, tick the things which Terry talks about.
( ) English language ( ) Trains ( ) Words ( ) Parties 2.
( ) Touching
( ) Pronunciation
( ) saying hello and goodbye ( ) Spelling ( ) Driving ( ) Buses
Listen to the tape again and tick the right sentences
( )① Terry has a problem with English pronunciation. ( )② Terry sometimes doesn’t understand what English people are saying. ( )③ English people stand closer to each other than Americans. ( ( 3. )④ In the States, touching is part of being friends with somebody. )⑤ In the USA and in Britain, people drive on the same side of the road. Listen to the tape again and complete the sentences ①____’s ___ living in English, Terry? ②A woman said she would ___ me the next day. ③What’s ______ about that? ④Well, we say “I’ll ____ you tomorrow.” ⑤Now that sounds ____ to me! ⑥So I have to _____ not to touch people when I’m in ____. Step3. Speaking 1. 2. 3. 4. Listen to the tape and find how many people there are. Find what is happening between Read the dialogue and complete the sentences. Practice the dialogue in three and act it out. Ask Ss to work in small groups of four, make up another dialogues, and act it out in Step4. Post-speaking Match the following pairs: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) 1. 2. 1. I’ve got to go now, Goodbye. How are you? How a good weekend! Cheers! A. Thank you C. How are you. D. You too! E. I’m fine. Glad to B. Yes, please. them.
class, using the useful expressions on page 10.
Ah, you speak English very well. Bless you! Take care!
see you again. F. Yeah, see you later. G. Cheers!
Would you have a bit more fish, please? H. Thanks. See you later, alligator. I. It’s been nice talking to you, Bye. Hi, long time no see. J. Same to you! Listen to the tape to find the right answers. Ask Ss to practice these short conversations with their partner. Make up two dialogues about other languages difficulties such as pronunciation,
III. Homework spelling, grammar, uncertainty, misunderstanding and inability to express what they mean or want to say. 2. Preview the part of Reading .
Period3 I. 1. 2. 3. 4. II.
Reading (1) Get the Ss to learn about English spoken around the world Improve the reading ability of the Ss, especially the skills of summarizing and Encourage Ss to think and talk in English through communicative tasks and provide Get the Ss to realize the importance of learning English.
Teaching Aims and Demands
scanning. Ss with chances of cooperation. Teaching Procedures Step1.Warming up 1.(1). Show the language profile of myself Mother tongue Second language: native Third language: foreign Fourth language: foreign Yuyao dialect Putonghua English German Fluent Fluent Good A few words
(2). Ask Ss to work in small groups of four，discuss and fill in group members’ language profile .Ask them to discuss in what situations they use the foreign languages.(e.g. listening to pop songs, accessing software and web sites, chat rooms, reading packages of products, etc) (3) Ask some groups to report. 2. Introduce some terms : mother tongue, native speak, L1, ESL, EFL (see the teacher’s book in P35--36) Step2 While-reading 1. 2. (1) (2) (3) Skimming Scanning Ask Ss listen to the tape and fill in the form Ask Ss to work in pairs to discuss Check the answer Number of speakers example of countries working situation The native language The second language The foreign language 3. (1) (2) (3) Carefully reading Explain some words and expressions.(total, in total, equal, except, except for, except Analyze some complex sentences Sum up the text spoken as a 2nd language by by learned as developing quickly in 50 years using range Ask Ss to read through the passage and summarize the main idea of each paragraph.
that, majority, communicate, etc) ---see the teacher’s book in P28—29,P34—35
English Used in 42 counties as a a foreign language
native language trade and tourism by
375 million people
750 million people
international organizations, also used in
in what fields
for how long 5—6 years
375 million people the internet Step3. Post-reading Discussion:
offices, schools, newspapers
global culture pop music and
1. Ask Ss to work in small groups of four, discuss the following questions: We’ve learned so much about English spoken around the world. Do you think it is necessary to have a good knowledge of English? Why do you think so? Does it mean English learning should be paid more attention to than Chinese learning? 2. Ask some groups to report. (During the group work., T walks around the class and provide necessary help ) III. 1. 2. 3. Homework Recite the text Write a short essay about the discussion Finish exercise 3 in P93
Unit 2 English Around the World Teaching Plan