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九年级下册教案

    Lesson 1: Poetry, Please

    Teaching Content:

    Mastery words and expressions: poem, decide, nature, express, learn/know by heart, pleased, happiness, shut Oral words and expressions: poetry, description, continue, beyond Teaching Aims:

     Learn about the poems in foreign countries. 1.

    2. Know the differences between Chinese and foreign poetry. Teaching Important Points:

    1. How to make suggestions. 2. The grammar: infinitives. 3. Some words and expressions: learn/know by heart

    Teaching Difficult Points:

    The grammar: infinitives Teaching Preparation: pictures Teaching Aids: audiotape, flashcards, pictures

    Type of lesson: new lesson

    Teaching Procedure:

    Step1. Come to THINK AOBUT IT.

    Let the students talk about the questions in groups.

    1. Have you written a poem in Chinese? Is it hard? Why?

    2. What kinds of poetry do you like best?

    After a while, let the students in each group present their ideas to the class in front of the class.

    Step2. Listen to the tape and find the answers to the questions: 1. Have Brian finished his poem? 2. Whats Dannys poem about?

    Step3.Reading task:

    1. Read the text and underline the new words in this lesson. Present the meanings of the words with the help of the media computer. We can use our body language if necessary.

    2. Tell the main idea of this lesson.

    Step4. Read the text again and decide the statements are true or false. 1. Jenny wrote a Chinese poem. 2. Brian wrote a poem about nature. 3. Danny learned his poem by heart.

    Step5. Deal with the language points.

    How to make a suggestion:

    Maybe you could write a description of your favourite place. The infinitives:

    I havent decided what to write about. Would you like to hear my poem? Do you really want to hear? I dont need to read it.

    Let the students sum the use of infinitives of this lesson. Then encourage them to make more sentences with the grammar.

    Step5. Activities

    1. Divide the class into several groups. Then let them translate a Chinese poem written by Li Bai or other famous poets.

    Then compare the translations of the groups. Lets see which is the best.

    2. Each group writes an English poem about the familiar things around us. Then let them change the poems in groups.

    They may give their own advice to the poems written by others. Step6. Describe the picture in English.

    Ask the students work in their formal groups. Then let them read their poems in class loudly.

    Step7.Come to LETS DO IT.

    Work with a partner. Let the students talk about the question: which do you think is more difficult to understand, English

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poetry or Chinese poetry?

    All of the students have seen much Chinese poetry, but few of them have seen English poetry. So present the students

    several English poems. Let them discuss the mean ideas of the poems. Then let them finish the task. Step8. Homework

    1. Finish off the activity book.

    2. Get more information about the English poetry after class.

    Summary:

    The students more little of the English, so that the teacher provides them more information about the English poetry is

    very necessary. We can use the Internet to help us. The teacher should stimulate the students interests about the English

    poetry. The students can have more time to search more information on the Internet after class.

    Lesson2: Poems About Nature

    Teaching Content:

    Mastery words and expressions: hill, clear, brave, pale, golden, softly, kiss, noisy Oral words and expressions: swiftly, tiny, warmth, scene, related, topic Teaching Aims:

     Cultivate the students guessing ability of the whole text. 1.

    2. Enjoy the charming of the English poetry.

    3. Compare the differences between the English and Chinese poetry.

    Teaching Important Points:

    Learn the English poetry about nature by hearty. Know how to write an English poem. Teaching Difficult Points:

    Use what we learn to write an English poem.

    Teaching Preparation: pictures

    Teaching Aids: audiotape, flashcards, pictures Type of lesson: new lesson Teaching Procedure:

    Step1. Come to THINK ABOUT IT.

    Divide the class into several groups. Talk about the next questions: Have you read any poems in English? Which one do you like best? Why? What should you do first if you want to write a poem about winter?

    Choose several best poems and let the students read them in front of the class. Show some pictures of winter to the

    students. Help them to find more words to describe winter.

    Step2. Listen to the tape and fill in the blanks.

    1. Does the poem make you think of _______?

    2. You can write a poem about _______, too.

    3. Before you start writing your poetry, think about your _______.

    Step3. Read the text and find the new words.

    1. Let the students guess the meanings of the new words.

    Most of the new words are related nature. So present some pictures to the students to help them understand the new words.

    2. Ask some students to tell the main idea of this text.

    Step4. Do with the language points.

    Make sentences with the new words we learn in this text.

    Ask if someone can tell a story with the words we learn today. Encourage them to stand in front of the class and tell his

    story to us.

    Step5. Reading task

    Encourage the students to ask questions about this text.

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    Finish the task in groups. Let the students design questions and exchange them in groups. They can ask questions like this: 1. What are your ideas for a nature poem?

    2. What can you do to describe about something?

    Step6. Activities.

    Work in groups.

    Write a poem about the two pictures. Finish a poem. Then each student in the group correct it before reading it to the class.

    Step7. Come to LETS DO IT!

    The task is similar to the step6. Finish it in class. Try to write a poem about one of the seasons. The teacher shows some pictures about the seasons to the students.

    Step8. Homework

    1. Finish off the exercises in activity book.

    2. Go on the next reading in the student book.

    Summary:

    It is fun and interesting to write a poem in English. The teacher tries to write a poem and presents it to the class. Let the students correct it if they have any good ideas. Some students are interested in English, and they are also interested in poems. So give them more chances to create their minds.

    Lesson3: Say It in Three

    Teaching Content:

    Mastery words and expressions: direction, form, poet, simply, a set number of, middle, clearly, dark, sleepy, unexpected, frog, feeling

    Oral words and expressions: petal, cherry, grebe, Matsuo Basho, Haiku, particular, pattern, set, syllable, interruption, plop, splash, limerick, adverb

    Teaching Aims:

    1. Cultivate the students reading comprehension.

    2. Know more about the foreign culture.

    3. Compare the differences between the Chinese and Japanese poems.

    Teaching Important Points:

    1. Learn about an old style of Japanese poem: Haiku.

    2. Know some styles of poems: Haiku, Nature Poem and Limerick.

    Teaching Difficult Points:

    The old form of Japanese poetry: Haiku. Teaching Preparation: pictures

    Teaching Aids: audiotape, flashcards, pictures Type of lesson: new lesson

    Teaching Procedure:

    step1. Show pictures of Japanese poets and poems. Then introduce Haiku to the students. The teacher can find some music to match the poem.

    Step2. Listen to the tape and fill in the blanks.

    Usually Haikus are about _______. Haiku always has ______ lines.

    The first line of a Haiku has _______ syllables.

    Check the answers in class in oral.

    Step3. Read the text and guess the meanings of the new words.

    Sometimes some new words are too hard to understand, so the teacher can find some related pictures to help them. If the students bring some pictures about nature to the class, let them show them in front of the class. Step4. Read the text and find the answers to the questions:

    Do Haikus tell a story? Whats a syllable?

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Step5. Come to PROJECT.

    1. Divide the class into groups to finish the task.

    2. Finish the three poems in the text. Use the sentence: I need a ______. Let the others give the answers, one student

    write the words down.

    3. After finishing the poems, read it to the class. All the groups have different poems. Do they sound funny? 4. Decide a subject by each group. Then make a pattern according to the subject. Then finish the poem as the models in

    the text.

     Read the poem to the class. 5.

    Step6. Homework

    1. Finish off the exercises in activity book.

    2. Go on the next reading in the student book.

    Summary:

    Some students may think the foreign poems are funny and easy. The teacher may also think so. It is possible for the students to create poems like those we have learned in the class. Give them more chances to create their minds. The teacher can try some poems, too. The class and the teacher can find much fun in learning foreign poems.

    Lesson 4: The Wish

    Teaching Content:

    Mastery words and expressions: wish, in the middle of, stone, friendship, recite

    Teaching Aims:

     Learn how to sing foreign songs. 1.

    2. Know more about the foreign culture.

    3. Learn about the styles of all kinds of poems in other countries.

    Teaching Important Points:

    1. Master the main idea of the song.

    2. Grasp the use of without.

    3. Make a similar song like this.

    Teaching Difficult Points:

    The use of without. Teaching Preparation: pictures

    Teaching Aids: audiotape, flashcards, pictures Type of lesson: new lesson

    Teaching Procedure:

    Step1. Listen to the tape for several times. At the same time, ask the students to sing after it. Test how long they grasp the rhythm of the song.

    Step2. Read the song as a poem. Let the students read the poem as a lyric line by line. Step3. Make a poem like this.

    Divide the class into several groups. Make the similar this. Every group makes a poem. Then present it to the class. If the others have other better ideas, they can give their advice.

    Step4. Do with the language points.

    Make sentences with the important phrases: in the middle, without.

    S1: Danny sits in the middle of the classroom.

    S2: There is a stone in the middle of the road.

    S3: Fish cant live without water.

    S4: We cant finish the work without your help.

    Step5. Come to PROJECT.

    Finish the task in groups.