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A Teaching Plane for 5B

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    A Teaching Plane for 5B

    盐城市第一小学 阴志婷

    Unit2 A telephone call

    Aims and demands.

    The main function items in the Unit are “talking about illness and how to make a telephone call .‟‟ The focal points are the sentence patterns

    “What`s wrong with you ?How do you feel now? and their answers .Through guestures and facial expressions ,require the students to learn eight kinds of ill ness words .Through situational teaching ,ask the students to talk about illness, to know the English expression of making a telephone call .using the sentence patterns learned in the Unit .

    Time arrangement

    This Unit can be divided into five to six periods. 1.Unit 2. Part B,D 2.Uit 2 Part C,E

    3. Unit2 Part A,H 4.Unit2 Part F,G 5.Revision 6.Workbook exercises

    The First Period

    I. The Contents of the teaching

    Oxford Priary School English 5B .Unit 2(B,D)

    II .Aims and demands

    1.Four skilled words :a headache ,a cough ,a fever ,a cold , 2.To understand and use the sentence patterns “What`s wrong with

    you ? I`ve got …”correctly.

    3.To know the rhyme well .

    III. The focal and difficult pints

    1.Four skilled words :a headache ,a cough ,a fever ,a cold , 2.Correctly listen and say the sentence patterns ,“What`s wrong with you ? I ` ve got … .And use them skillfully .

    IV .Preparation before class

    1.Teaching materials .

    a. Picture cards with action expressing illness on them .

    b.Wall picture about Part B.

    c.A tape recorder and some tapes.

    2.Writing on the Bb:

    Write the title of the Unit before class . Unit 2.A telephone call V . Steps and methods

    A.Classroom management

    1.Listen to a rhyme “I`m ill”

    2. Free talk (T---S)

    a.Good morning .

    b.What day is it today ?

    c.What lessons do you have in the morning ?

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    d.What subject do you like ?

     3.Students act out the dialogues they prepared .

    B. Revision and presentation

    1.Review parts of a body in Unit2 4B.

    (hair,eye,ear,nose,mouth.)Introduce back, stomach, leg, arm. etc.

    a. Game 1 Touch your head

    b. Game 2 Show me your eyes

    c. Game 3 Hand to head (Work in pairs)

    Both students put one‟s hand to the other‟s head.

    2.Review the sentence patterns and words in Unit 9 4A “What‟s the matter?” and its

    answers , “I‟m tired.” etc.Introduce the new sentence pattern, “What‟s wrong with you?”

    3.Introduce the new words in the unit connected with parts of a body first.

    e.g. a toothache, an earache, a headache, a stomach ache, a backache.

    Match the picture cards while teaching. Help the students make a conclusion of the suffix

    of the words “ache”. Stress the word, “a headache”.

    4.There is no suffix about the words “a fever , a cold, a cough.” Use body languages

    when teaching illness words.

    5.Practise the sentence patterns “ what‟s wrong with you?” and its answers “I‟ve got…”

    using expressions and gestures.

    C. Look, read, and learn. (SB.P.16.B)

    1.Through various kinds of practice, let the student say the words correctly,

     2.Using body languages to make dialogues with the sentence patterns “What‟ wrong with

    you? I‟ve got…” (T---S, T---Ss, S---T, S---Ss)

     3.Work in pairs, then act out the dialogues.

    D. Work in pairs. (SB.P.18.D)

    a. Students look at the wall pictures carefully.

    b. Talk about the pictures or dub the pictures.

    c. Act out the dialogues.

    d. Make a performance. Ask two students to come to the front and take one of the

    picture cards from the teacher. One pretends to be ill, the other asks questions, using

    body languages.

    E. Homework

    1. Learn four skilled words by heart.

    2. Listen to the recordings and read the unit after class.

    3. Use body languages to practice the sentence patterns.

    4. Copy the words. (SB.P.16.B)

    The Second Period

    I.The contents of the teaching

     Oxford Primary School English 5B Unit 2 (C,E)

    II. Aims and demands

    1. Require the students to master the four skilled sentence patterns :How do you

    feel now ?I feel…,What‟s wrong with you? I‟ve got…

    2. Three skilled words and expressions: take, medicine, take some medicine

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    III. The focal and difficult points

    Four skilled sentence patterns: How do you feel now? I feel … What‟s wrong with

    you? I „ve got…

    IV. Preparation before class

    1. Teaching materials

    Picture cards, wall pictures, a tape recorder, a stethoscope 2. writing on the blackboard

    Unit 2 A telephone call

    V. Steps and methods

    A. Classroom management

    1. Listen to a rhyme, “I‟m ill”

    2. Free talk

     ---Where is A?

     ---Why is he\she absent?

     ---What‟s wrong with him\her?

    B. Revision

    1. Use body languages to review the words: a headache, a toothache, an

    earache, a backache, a fever, a stomach ache, a cough. 2. Make a performance, using sentence patterns learnt in the unit.

    ---What‟s wrong with you?

    ---I‟v got a fever.

    ---I‟m sorry to hear that.

    Practice the dialogues.(T---Ss, T---S, S---T, S---S) First work in pairs, then act out

    the dialogues.

    C. Ask and answer (ST. P.17. C)

    1. T: What‟s wrong with you?

    S: I‟v got a fever.

    T: I‟m sorry to hear that. How do you feel now?

    S: I feel hot.

    T: I can get a glass of water for you.

    S: Thank you.

    2. Do substitution practice.

    3. Put the wall picture on the blackboard. Ask the students to talk about it in

    pairs.

    4. Act out the dialogues. One student pretends to be ill, the other asks

    questions,

    D. Read and act (ST.P.19.E)

    (A dialogue between a doctor and a patient. Use a stethoscope.) 1. Ask one of the student to pretend to be ill, teacher, wearing a

    stethoscope on the neck, pretends to be a doctor.

    T: What‟s wrong with you?

    S: I‟ve got a headache.

    T: I‟m sorry to hear that. How do you feel now?

    S: I feel hot.

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    T: Open your mouth and say “Ah”

    S: Ahhh.

    T: You‟ve got a cold. Take some medicine and have a lot of rest,

    S: OK. Thank you doctor.

    2. Show the students a wall picture. Talk about the picture, Who are they ? What‟s

    wrong with the woman? What‟s the doctor‟s suggestion?

    3. Listen to the tape. Let the students know the meaning of the whole dialogue.

    Then answer some questions in order to know how much the students understand the

    dialogue.

    4. Students open their books and do some reading practice. 5. Role dialogue. Then act out the dialogue.

    E. Homework

    1. Write the dialogues in Part D in their exercises books. 2. Listen to the tape and read Unit 2 from B to E twice. 3. Prepare to act out the dialogues. ( SB. P.19. E)

    The Third Period

    I.The contents of the teaching

    Oxford Primary School English 5B Unit 2 (F, G, H)

    II. Aims and demands

    1. Require the students to master the usage of making a telephone call. 2. To know the pronunciation of the vowel letter “O” in the closed syllable in

    words.

    3. Enable the students to say the rhyme fluently, “I‟m ill.”

    III. The focal and difficult points

    1. Use the sentence patterns learnt in the unit fluently. 2. Enable the students to make a telephone call, using the correct words and

    expressions.

    IV. Preparation before class

    1. A tape recorder, tapes, a toy telephone.

    2. Ask the students to bring their toy telephones to class. 3. Write the title of the unit on the blackboard before class.

    Unit 2 A telephone call

    VI. Steps and methods

    A. Worm-up activities

    1. Free talk

    2. Learn to say a rhyme (SB.P. 21. H), using body languages while practice it with the

    students. Ask some of them to act out the dialogue.

     I‟m ill

    What‟s the matter?

    I‟ve got a high fever.

    Let‟s go to see a doctor.

    No, no, I‟m feeling better.

    I just want my mother.

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B. Revision and presentation

    1. Review sentence patterns, using body languages.

    A: What‟s wrong with you?

    B: I‟ve got a toothache.

    A: I‟m sorry to hear that. How do you feel now?

    B: I feel ill.

    A: I can get some medicine for you.

    B: Thank you.

    First model dialogues, then practice in pairs. Finally, ask some pairs to act out

    the dialogue.

    2. Review the dialogue between the doctor and the patient in Unit 2 E. Pay attention to pronunciation and intonation

    3. Introduce the new material how to make a telephone call.

    T: Hello. Where is C?

    S: Sorry, I don‟t know.

    T: Who has his\her telephone number?