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    9B Unit 2 welcome to the unit Vocabulary

    I. Teaching objectives:

     1. To introduce the context about having a robot to help with the work for humans

     2. To talk about what a robot can do

     3. To learn some of the advantages of robots

     II. Teaching procedure:

     Step 1: Warm-up: To raise students’ interest, get students thinking and talking about robots:

     ? Have you seen robots in the films?

     ? What kind of robots do you know?

     ? Do you like robots? Why?

     ? What do you think robots can do for you?

     ? Would you buy a robot in the future? Why?

     Step 2: welcome to the unit

     1. The purpose of this part is to activate student’s knowledge of robots and generate interests of this topic. Ask one student to read the phrases in the word box at the top of page 19.

    Make sure that all students understand the meanings of the phrases such as ‘do the laundry,

    explorer dangerous places’ in their own words.

     2. Explain the context. Daniel is explaining to Amy what robots can do. Ask students to

    complete the conversation on Page 19 on their own.

     3. Ask two students to read the conversation and check mistakes.

     4. Encourage students to talk about if robots are harmful? Divide students into groups to


     ? What do robots do harm to human beings?

     ? Why do they do harm to human beings?

     5. Listen to the tape for the first time to learn the main idea of the comic strip.

     6. Listen to the tape for the second time to read after the tape.

     7. Ask some students to act out the comic strip.

     Step 3: Useful expressions

     1. complaint: +可数名词“抱怨”?可数名词“抱怨的行动或话?投诉”

     complain: 动词?complain to / about

     2. post?动词‘邮寄’?. post something for sb.

     Step 4: Write the words on the blackboard and help them finish the part.

     e.g.: What’s the use of a camera/battery/hand/wheel/speaker?

     A camera takes pictures.

     A battery gives us power.

     A hand helps pick up things.

     Wheels help things move.

     We can hear sound through a speaker.

     Step 5: Show students robot pictures and ask students what other features a robot

    might have. This will help students with Part B. Encourage students to use their


     ? Ask students to look at the picture on page 24 and answer the questions.

     ? Ask students questions according to the pictures shown:

     What does it look like?

     What is there on the head/in the face/on both sides of its body?

     How does it speak?

     What is the use of the arms/hands?

     How does it move?

     What kind of energy does it have?

     Step 6: Explain the context of part b. Daniel is writing an article to describe his ideal

    robot. Have students work in pairs and complete the exercise.

     Step 7: Ask volunteers to read the completed article for the class. Check for mistakes

    and mispronunciations.

     III. Homework:

     1. Recite the useful vocabulary and comic strip.

     2. Complete some exercise.

     3. Preview reading

     4. Complete some exercises.



    一、 词形变化

    1The robot wont cause any pollution,because it uses solar .(battery) 2 Look at the robots mouth.In fact its a (speak)

    3 The robots can make our life much (easy)

    4 In fact ,the robots two eyes are (camera)

    5 You can use the robot to do the housework,because it has two (hand)

    6 Sometimes robots have problems and are not (help)

    7 His leg was hurt three months ago,but now he can walk around (free)

    8 (dry)food will be of great use to you on your way to Beijing.

    9 Mr. Jiangs shirts are (慰烫) by the robot every day. 10 The computer has caught ~病毒?and it doesnt work now.

    11 Both his parents are car (销售员)

    12 He found all the (镜子) broken and felt sad.

二、 完成句子

    1 我不清楚他是否在昨天会上发言了。

    Im not sure or not.

    2 孩子们都喜欢和机器人玩耍吗(

    Do all the children ?

    3 你愿意再为我解释一下这个单词的意思吗(

    Would you like to explain to me ?

    4 我需要向机器人商店投诉。

    I need to .

    5 它也能帮助科学家探测海洋与宇宙空间。

     the sea and outer space.

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