Unit 3 Teenagers should be allowed to choose their own clothes.
1．词汇：allow, pierce, silly, stay up, drivers’ license earring, strict, concentrate, volunteer,
目标语言：I think sixteen-year-olds should be allowed to drive.
I disagree. I think sixteen is too young.
Do you think thirteen-year-olds should be allowed to have part-time jobs?
No, I don’t.
第一课时：Section A 1a---2c Grammar Focus
第二课时：Section A 3a---4
第三课时：Section B 1a---2c
第四课时：Section B 3a---4 Self Check 2
第五课时：Reading: That’s cool
Step 1 Greeting and a small talk
The S on duty gives a small talk on her unpleasant shopping(her mother didn’t let her choose
her own clothes) to lead in the topic of Unit 3 “Teenagers should be allowed to choose their
own clothes” Then, Ss show their own opinion by saying “agree” and “disagree”
Step 2 Do you agree or disagree
1a Read the statements in the textbook. Circle A or D
Step 3 Pair work 1c
Get students to tell out their “agrees” and “disagrees” ,as well as their reasons, to their
partners. T moves around to give help if necessary.
Step 4 Listening practice
1b Get Ss to look at the picture and tell them they are going to hear a conversation between
Anna and her mother. Listen and circle T of F (for the first time, Ss only listen.) Then check
the answers: F, F, T
2a-2b Do the same with them as 1b
Step 5 Pairwork 2c
First get Ss to list out teenagers should and should not be allowed to do. Then discuss their
lists with their partners using the short conversation in the right box. Step 6 Task1:
Get Ss to list out what they are and are not allowed to do and make comments about them.
(to get Ss practice talking about their real experience and feelings with the target language) Step 7 Grammar focus
Get Ss first to read out the statements and then give out their own opinions to replace the
statements in the right column.
Step 8 Summary and homework:
What rules do you have at home? Make a list of them.
Step 1 Greeting
Greet the class and check the homework
Step 2 A duty report
The S on duty gives a report on the rules in his home and lead in 3a “Sun Fei’s and Wu Yu’s
Step 3 Reading
Ss read the conversation and write the two girls’ rules in the chart.
Check the answers.
Get Ss to read after the tape and then read aloud by themselves.
Then, T explains the language points.
Step 4 Pairwork 3b
Role play. Use the information in chart to practice with the conversation in 3a covered.
They can look at the sample conversation in the right box.
Step 5 Task 2 “Who’s the best reporter?”
Make a survey by asking any 5 students the questions in the chart in activity 4. Then give
out a report about it. See who is the best reporter? And the best reporter will get a nice ball-pen.
Step 6 Summary and homework:
Write out the report in your exercise-books.
Step 1 Greeting and a duty report
The S gives a duty report talking about his experience of being late for school. Lead in the
question “Do you ever get to school late? How often do you get to school late? Always,
usually, sometimes, or never?
Step 2 1a Get Ss to finish writing.
Step 3 Pair work 1b
Get Ss to talk about their answers with their partners using the sample conversation in the
box on the right.
Step 4 Listening practice
2a Lead-in: What will happen if you get to school late? What about Peter? Let’s listen to a
conversation between Peter and his father. Get Ss to finish 2a (As usual, for the first time,
Ss only listen.) Check the answers.
2b Listen again, match these sentences parts. Check the answers.
Step 5 Group work 2c
Ss discuss the statements with their group members to practice oral English.
Step 6 Task 3:A debate
Choose one statement (No.3 Parents should not be too strict with teenagers.) as the topic for
them to debate. Those who agree sit on one side, those who disagree sit on the other side.
Before starting, each group have 2 minutes to get prepared. See which group is the
winner.While debating, Ss should write down the opinions they hear for their homework. Step 7 Summary and homework
Write an article about your own opinions to the topic debated in class.
Step 1 Greeting
Greet the class as usual and check the homework. Get two students to read out their articles
to the class.
Step 2 Reading
Leading-in: Everyone of you has your own thought. Let’s read an article written by a
teenagers like you. While reading, please try to find out the answers to the questions below.
Check the answers.
T plays the tape for Ss to listen and repeat. Then get them to read it out loudly.
T explains some language points.
Step 3 Pair work 3b
Role play. Use the information in 3a to have a conversation like the sample conversation in
Step 4 Task 4 The best opinion
“What school rules do you think should be changed in our school?” Get Ss to discuss with
their partners and then write down what both of them think should be changed on the paper
given by T. Later, discuss those statements on the paper with the whole class and tell them
to give the best one to the headmaster as good advice.
Step 5 Task 5
Suppose: you and your partner are starting a new Saturday English club. Discuss with him.
Make a list of rules about what should and should not be allowed. Step 6 Writing practice
Self Check Ex.2 get Ss to read the article and then practice writing a letter using the
Step 7 Summary and homework
Finish Ex.1 in Self Check.
Step 1 Warming-up
Ask: What does the word “cool” mean to you? Give some examples. Ss talk about their own
Step 2 While-reading
Go through the reading and match the people with their opinions in 2 on page 24 and
complete the sentences in 4 on page 25.
Step 3 Deep comprehension
Ss read the article more carefully. Try to guess the meanings of the new words. And match
the words and expressions with their meanings in 3 on page 25. Then get Ss to make
sentences with them.
Step 4 Group work
Get Ss to finish the group work in 5 on page 25 by asking their group members.
Step 5 Summary and homework
Write a report about what your classmates think about “cool”.