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Unit 14 Have you packed yet

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Unit 14 Have you packed yet

    Unit 14 Have you packed yet?

    Unit 14 Have you packed yet?

    The First Period ?( Teaching Aims and Demands

    1( Knowledge Objects

    ?1? Key Vocabulary

     bathing suit, water, travel, guidebook, beach towel, street map

    ?2?Target Language

    Have you watered the plants yet?

    Yes, I have already watered them(

    2( Ability Objects

    ?1? Train students listening ability(

    ?2? Train students communicative competence(

    3( Moral Objects

    Have everything in readiness before you do it( In this way, you can finish it perfectly or have a good time( ?( Teaching Key Point

    Target Language

    ?( Teaching Difficult Points

    1( How to train students listening ability(

    2( How to train students communicative competence(

    ?( Teaching Methods

    1( Listening-and-answering activity to help the students go through with the listening material( 2( Pairwork to make every student work in class(

    ?( Teaching Aids

    1( A tape recorder

    2( The blackboard

    ?( Teaching Procedures

    Step ? Revision

    T: Last week we finished Unit 13( In this unit, we learned how to talk about how things affect us( For example, Loud

    music makes me tense( That movie made her sad( Now I ask some students to make sentences with the structuremake me

    S: Parties make me excited( 1

    S: School vacations make me happy( 2

    S: That movie made me want to leave( 3

    S: The story made me cry( 4

    S: The awful picture makes me nervous( 5

    T: Very good( From today on, we will learn Unit 14( Now( I ask a student to come to the blackboard and write the

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numbers 1 to 20 on the blackboard(

    ?After the student has written the numbers 1 through 5, start talking to the rest of the class?

    T: Has he written the number 1 yet?

    Class repeat the question( Has he written the number 1 yet?

    S: Has he written the number 1 yet? s

    T: ?Pointing to the number 1 on the board? Yes, he has already written the number 1( Class repeat( Yes, he has already written the number 1(

    S: Yes, he has already written the number 1( s

    T: ?Writing the word already on the blackboard? This is the word already(

    Class repeat( Already( Look at the blackboard( ?pointing to the blackboard? Has he written the number 50 yet?

    Class repeat the question( Has he written the number 50 yet? S: Has he written the number 50 yet? s

    T: ?Pointing to the highest number already on the blackboard?

     Class repeat( No, he hasnt written the number 50 yet( No, he hasnt written the number 50 yet(

    S: No, he hasnt written the number 50 yet( s

    T: ?Writing the word yet on the blackboard? Tish is the word yet( Class repeat( Yet( Now, look at the two words already and yet( Which one is used to talk about things that have happened in the past?

    SSs: Already(

    T: Yeah( Very good( So the other word yet is used to talk about things that will happen in the future( Yeah? SS: Yes(

    Step ? 1a

    This activity introduces key vocabulary and helps students review vocabulary they already know(

    Read the instructions aloud to the class(

    Say, Who can give an example of a beach vacation and sightseeing in a city? Ask a student to give the

    example( ?bathing suit, travel guidebook?

    Get students to add some things to the lists under the two headings( A beach vacation and Sightseeing in a city( Have students do the work individually first(

    While they are working, walk around the classroom checking the progress of the students(

    Let students tell the class the words they wrote( Write the words on the blackboard( Read them and let students repeat( Then ask other students to add other words to the lists(

    Sample answers

    A beach vacation Sightseeing in a city

    travel guidebook 1( bathing suit

    street map 2( beach towel

    camera 3( sunglasses

    Step ? 1b

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This activity gives students practice in understanding the target language in spoken conversation(

    Look at the picture( Ask, What can you see in the picture? ?There is a family in the picture( They are getting ready for a beach vacation?

    Point to the box( Invite a pair of students to read the conversation to the class(

    A: Have you packed the beach towels yet?

    B: No, I havent(

    Look at the six chores on the list( Let students read each item, then ask different students to explain the meaning of each

    item in their own words( Make sure students understand the meaning of each item( Go through the instructions with the class( Point to the blank lines in front of each item in the list( Say, You will hear a family talking as they get ready

    to go on vacation( Listen carefully( Make sure what the family talks about and put a checkmark in front of each chore

    that is already done(

     The first time students only listen( Play the tape a second time( Play the tape(

    Now listen to the tape again( This time please put your checkmarks on the correct blanks( Check the answers with the whole class(

    Answers

    ? packed the camera

    ? watered the plants

     locked the windows

    ? bought a travel guidebook

     bought a street map

     packed the beach towels

    Tapescript

    Woman: Have you packed the beach towels yet?

    Boy: No, I havent( Cant Judy pack them?

    Woman: No, shes busy( Could you please water the plants?

    Boy:Ive already watered them(

    Woman: Oh, thanks(

    Man: What about the travel guidebook and the street map? Woman: Ive already bought the travel guidebook, but I havent got the street map yet(

    Man: Thats OK( Ill get it( Have you packed the camera?

    Boy: Yes( Ive already put it in my suitcase(

    Woman: Well, I guess thats everything(

    Boy: Almost everything( We havent locked the windows yet(

    Step ? 1c

    This activity provides guided oral practice using the target language(

    Go through the instructions with the whole class( Look at the example in the box( Invite a pair of students to read it to

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the class(

    S: Have you watered the plants yet? A

    S: Yes, I have already watered them( B

    Tell students they will be making conversations with a partner( Look back at the chores in Activity lb( Say, Now look back at the chores in Activity lb( Make conversations talking about what the family members have already done and

    what they havent done yet, using words from the chores, such as packed the camera, locked the windows, bought a

    street map(

    While students are working in pairs, walk around the classroom and listen to some pairs( If necessary, offer language support( Then get several pairs of students to say their conversations to the class(

    Conversation 1

    S: Have they packed the camera yet? A

    S: Yes, they have already packed the camera( B

    Conversation 2

    S: Have they bought a street map yet? A

    S: No, they havent bought a street map yet( B

    Notes

    1( pack—?here?get ready for a journey by doing this

    2( guidebookbook for travellers, tourists, etc, with information about a place

    3( Have you watered the plants yet?

    Yes, I have already watered them: Present

    Perfect Tense( The structure is have+ p( p( Pay attention to the two words already and yet( Already is used in affirmative sentences; while yet is used in negative and interrogative sentences(

    Step ? Summary

    In this class, weve learned some important words, such as water, travel, guidebook, beach towel( Weve also learned the target language( Have you watered the plants yet? Yes, I have already watered them(

    Step ? Homework

    Make conversations in pairs to review the target language(

    Step ? Blackboard Design

    Unit 14 Have you packed yet?

    Section A

    The First Period

    Target language

    A: Have you watered the plants yet?

    B: Yes( I have already watered them(

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    The Second Period ?( Teaching Aims and Demands 1( Knowledge Objects

    ?1? Key Vocabulary

     refrigerator, garage, suitcase, clean out, put in, turn off

    ?2? Target Language

     Have you watered the plants yet?

     No, I havent(

     Have you packed the camera yet?

     Yes( Ive already put it in my suitcase(

     Have you fed the cat?

     No( I havent fed her yet(

    2( Ability Object

    ?1? Train students listening ability(

    ?2? Train students speaking ability(

    3( Moral Object

    We must be ready with our work before we do it(

    ?( Teaching Key Points

    1( Key Vocabulary

    clean out, put in, turn off 2( Target Language

    Have you watered the plants yet? No, I havent(

    Have you packed the camera yet? Yes( Ive already put it in my suitcase(

    Have you fed the cat?

     I havent fed her yet( No(

    3( Structures

    Have you packed the camera yet? Yes( Ive already put it in my suitcase(

    Have you fed the cat?

    No( I havent fed her yet(

    ?( Teaching Difficult Points 1( the target language

    2( How to train students listening ability(

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?( Teaching Methods

    1( Listening method to improve the students listening ability(

    2( Pairwork to make every student work in class(

    ?( Teaching Aids

    1( A tape recorder

    ( The blackboard 2

    ?( Teaching Procedures

    Step I Revision

    Check homework( Get some pairs to read their conversations( Collect their conversations and help students correct any

    mistakes(

    Step ? 2a

    This activity provides guided listening practice using the target language(

    Look at the picture( Ask, What can you see in the picture? ?A boy and a girl are in the kitchen( They both look a little stressed out?

    Go through the instructions with the class( You will hear a boy and a girl talking about getting ready to go on

    vacation( Write M after each thing that Mark says and T after each thing that Tina says(

    Look at the sample answer( Say, Tina said, No( I havent cleaned out the refrigerator yet( Get students to repeat No( I havent cleaned out the refrigerator yet(

    Play the recording for students the first time( This time students only listen to the recording( Play the recording a second time( This time let students write Min front of Marks statements, and T in front of Tinas statements( Check the answers with the class(

    Answers

    1( T 2( T 3( M 4( T 5( M 6( T

    Tapescript

    Boy: Mom and Dad said they want to leave in ten minutes( Are you ready, Tina? Girl: No( I havent cleaned out the refrigerator yet( I have to do that right now(

    Boy: Tina! Youre unbelievable( What about your bike?

    Girl: Ive already put it in the garage( But I havent locked the garage yet(

    Thats your job, Mark(

    Boy: I know( Ive already done most of my jobs( Ive taken out the trash(

    Girl: Have you fed the cat yet?

    Boy: Not yet( Ill do it in a minute( Have you turned off your radio? Girl: Yes, I have( I think were almost ready(

    Step ? 2b

    This activity provides guided listening practice using the target language(

    Go through the instructions with the class( Look at the list of questions with blanks in front of each one( Then look

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back at the statements in Activity 2a(

    Say, Some of the statements in Activity 2a are answers to questions in Activity 2b( Write the number of the correct

    answer from Activity 2a in front of each question in Activity 2b(

    Get several students to read the questions in Activity 2b to the class( Look at the sample answer( Ask a student to read

    the question and answer to the class(

    Are you ready, Tina?

    No, I havent cleaned out the refrigerator yet(

    Play the recording for students( Let students write their answers in the blanks( Play the recording again if necessary( Correct the answers(

    Answers

    Have you fed the cat yet? 5

    What about you bike? 2

    Are you ready, Tina? 1

    Have you turned off your radio? 6

    Step ? 2c

    This activity provides guided oral practice using the target language( Look at the sample conversation in the speech

    bubbles( Invite a pair of students to read it to the class(

    S: Are you ready, Tina? A

    S: No( I havent cleaned out the refrigerator yet( B

    Go through the instructions with the class( Say, With your partner make a conversation using information from

    Activities 2a and 2b( Have students work in pairs( While they are working, walk around the classroom checking the

    progress of the pairs and offering help as needed(

    Invite two pairs to say their conversations to the class(

    Conversation 1

    S: Have you fed the cat yet? A

    S: Not yet( Ill do it in a minute( B

    Conversation 2

    S: Have you turned off your radio? A

    S: Yes, I have( B

    Step ? Grammar Focus

    Look at the grammar focus box( Get three students to read the questions and answers to the class( Have you watered the plants yet?

    No, I havent(

    Have you packed the camera yet?

    Yes( Ive already put it in my suitcase(

    Have you fed the cat?

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No( I havent fed her yet(

    Let students make up other sentences in pairs using have youyet questions( For example: Have you had lunch yet? Have another student answer truthfully: Yes, I have or Yes, I have already had lunch, or No, I havent had lunch yet(

    Pay attention to the use of already and yet( Say, When we use the words have and already, we are talking about

    something that happened in the past, but not a long time ago( When we use the words havent and yet, we are talking

     It will happen soon( For example: Ive about something that will happen in the future, but not a long time from now(

    already had breakfast, but I havent had lunch yet(

    Draw a simple diagram to help students understand the grammar focus(

Get some pairs to say their sentences aloud to the class(

    A sample sentence

    Ive already had lunch, but I havent had supper yet(

    Culture note

    Many Americans are used to taking at least one vacation trip a year( But in China, some of the students may not be in the habit of taking an annual vacation, or even making a trip to another city( For some students, financial limitations and family obligations make such travel impossible( For others, it may be that taking trips is not something that is

    common in their home culture(

    Step ? Summary

    In this class, weve learned key vocabulary clean out, put in, turn off and the target language Have you watered the plants yet? No, I havent( Have you packed the camera yet? Yes, Ive already put it in my suitcase( Have you fed the cat? No( I havent fed her yet(

    Step ? Homework

    Get students to write some sentences according to the target language(

    Step ? Blackboard Design

    Unit 14 Have you packed yet?

    Section A

    The Second Period

    Target language

    A: Have you watered the plants yet?

    B: No, I havent(

    A: Have you packed the camera yet?

    B: Yes, Ive already put it in my suitcase(

    A: Have you fed the cat?

    B: No( I havent fed her yet(

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    The Third Period ?( Teaching Aims and Demands

    ( Knowledge Objects 1

    ?1? Key Vocabulary

    chop, wood, light, village, well, farm ?2? Target Language

    Have you bought a newspaper?

    Yes, Ive already bought a newspaper(

    2( Ability Objects

    ?1? Train students integrating skills(

    ?2? Train the ability of expressing students own opinions(

    3( Moral Objects

    We should make a plan for our everyday activities and make a schedule( It can remind us how to spend the time( It is

    good for our study and life(

    ?( Teaching Key Point

    Train students integrating skills(

    ?( Teaching Difficult Point

    How to improve students integrating skills(

    ?( Teaching Methods

    1( Fast-reading method

    2( Groupwork and pairwork

    ?( Teaching Aids

    1( A projector

    2( The blackboard

    ?( Teaching Procedures

    Step I Revision

    T: Yesterday we learned the target language( The structure is Have youyet? Yes( Ive alreadyHave you?

    No( I haventyet(

    Now who can make sentences using the structure?

    S: Have you turned off your radio yet? 1

    S: Yes( Ive already turned it off( 2

    S: Have you finished your homework? 1

    S: No( I havent finished it yet( 2

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T: Very good(

    Step ? 3a

    This activity provides reading practice using the target language(

    Show the key vocabulary words on the screen by a projector(

    chop v( 砍)劈

    wood n( 木头)木材

    light v( 点燃)点着

    village n( 乡村)村庄

    well n( 井)水井

    farm n( 农场)农庄

    Read the words and ask students to repeat again and again until they can pronounce the words fluently and accurately( Before reading the e-mail message, ask the students what chores do you usually do? Please tell me( ?do my homework, clean my room, water the plants, clean our classroom etc(?

    Go through the instructions with the class( Look at the e-mail message( Let a student read the e-mail aloud to the

    class(

    Correct any pronunciation errors to make sure the student is providing a good model for the rest of the class( Get students to read the e-mail message individually, and underline the different chores on their own,

    Check the answers with the class(

    Answers

    1( do my homework

    2( take the dog for a walk

    3( water my moms plants

    4( do some shopping

    5( chop wood

    6( light the fire

    7( collect water

    8( feed the animals

    Let students read the e-mail again for further comprehension( While they are reading( Walk around the classroom,

    offering help if they have any words or phrases they dont understand(

    Notes

    1( choresmall duty or piece of work, especially ordinary everyday task

    ?in the home, on a farm, etc( ?

    In the e-mail message, there are many chores, such as do my homework, take the dog for a walk, water my moms plants(

    2( chattalk about unimportant things

    3( kid—?sl? child; young person

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