Module3 U3 Project

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Module3 U3 Project

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    Module 3 Module 3

    Unit 3 Back to the past Unit 3 Back to the past

    Period 9 Project Period 9 Project

    Brief Teaching Plan

Teaching Aims:

    1. Train the students’ ability of comparison.

    2. Get the students to talk about how to create a time chart. 3. Get the students to cooperate with others.

Teaching Important Points:

    1. Finish the task of creating an illustrated time chart to train the students’

    ability of comparison by searching important information. 2. Get the students to cooperate with others to finish the project.

Teaching Difficult Point:

    Help the students how to create a time chart through comparison and contrast.

Teaching Methods:

    1. Reading, talking and writing to improve students’ integrating skills.

    2. Individual presentation, pair work and group work to make every student

    take an active part in class.

    3. Discus to help the students cooperate with others to finish the project.

Teaching Aids:

    1. The multimedia

    2. The blackboard

    3. The network and some related books

Teaching Procedures;

Step1. Greeting and Lead-in

    1. Watch the video on the pottery figures of warriors and horses in Mausoleum of First Emperor of Qin to arouse the students interest.

    2. Get the students to talk about the ancient China and Rome using some pictures and key words.

Step2. Extensive reading

    Read the passage and answer small questions on the textbook.


Step3. Intensive reading

    Read the passage again and find out the similarities and differences between ancient China and Rome.

Step 4. Introduction of how to create a time chart


    ; To work in small groups, 3 or 4 students would be excellent ; To choose a time period in history

    ; To take one task for each student


    ; To find information from books or the internet, the more , the better ; To meet and discuss various sources together

    ; To make an outline

    ; To decide what to include in the time chart and leave out the unnecessary


    ; To make a final decision and finish the outline approved by all the members


    ; To design the time chart based on the outline

    ; To correct any possible mistakes and add more new ideas

    ; To practice the information on the outline orally and make it perfect


    ; To present their time chart to the whole class

    ; To answer any possible questions about the time period on the chart ; To put your time chart up in the display corner of your classroom

Step 5. Practice

    A common history between UK and France

    Down the centuries, the histories of both countries often interlocked and sometimes merged. The Vikings fought King Albert in 871 and besieged Paris in 885. William of Normandy conquered much of England in 1066. From 1154 to 1485 England was under Anjou-Plantagenet rule. French monastic orders founded many abbeys and priories in Britain, including St Michaels Mount in

    Cornwall, built in 1135 by the Abbot of Mont Saint-Michel in Normandy. For many years, English monarchs laid claim to much of France - a dispute resolved only in 1453 with the end of the Hundred Years War. Calais

    remained under English rule until 1558. After the Reformation and Henry VIII , the churches in France and England took separate paths.

     The 19th century saw the peak of the European powers colonial

    expansion, often in competition.

     The 20th century saw the two powers embark on genuine long-term cooperation through the Entente Cordiale.

    William of Normandy Calais remained

    conquered under English rule

    much of England until 1558


     in 1066



    The Vikings French

    besieged Founded

    Paris in 885 St Michaels Mount

     built in 1135 in Normandy

    Everyone in each group should have a chance to speak. It is a very good way to help students cooperate with others. In order to work our a time chart efficiently, they have to design mini-tasks. Help can be offered when necessary.

Step 6. Practice

    Give students enough time to prepare their own time chat. Then ask them to show their work in front of the class.

Step7. Homework

    Encourage the students to read books to create a time chart.


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