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Module 5 In Class Unit 1 There are enough.

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Module 5 In Class Unit 1 There are enough.

    Module 5 In Class

    Unit 1 There are enough.

    Hucuo Primary School Yang Xiaoming 一, Teaching aims:

    1. Knowledge aims.

    1). Understand and speak out words:

     enough, give out, be careful, everyone, them, and careful.

    2). Understand and speak out the target language:

     a. There are enough... b. There aren’t enough...

    2. Ability aims.

    1). Be able to recognize the words.

    2). Be able to describe quantity with the language items. 3). Be able to understand the text.

    3. Emotion aims.

    1). Motivate students’ interest in English.

    2). Encourage students to cooperate and communicate with others.

    二,Teaching important points:

     1. Words.

     2. Describe quantity with the language items:

     a. There are enough... b. There aren’t enough...

    三,Teaching difficult points:

     Understand and use the words: enough and give out . 四,Teaching aids:

     Tape, recorder, cards, pencils, pictures, a blue box, etc. 五,Teaching procedures:

    Step 1. Warming up.

    1. Greeting .

    T: Class begins. Good morning, boys and girls. Ss: Good morning, Miss Yang.

    2. Sing the song: Children of the world.

    3. Review the word “bought”.

    T: Boys and girls, do you want to know what I did yesterday? Ss: Yes.

    T: OK, ask me: What did you do yesterday?

    Ss: What did you do yesterday?

    T: I went to the shop and bought some pencils.Showing the

    pencils And what about you?

    S1: …

    T: And you?

    S2: …

    T: Yesterday, I went to the shop, and bought some pencils. Look, I’ve got some new pencils. I BOUGHT them yesterday. I BOUGHT the pencils yestersay.

Step 2. Presentation.

    1. Presentating the new words.

    T: I bought the pencils yesterday. Now, I have some pencils. I want to give out the pencils. Who wants to get a pencil? Come here, please! OK, you four come here, please.

    T: Look! I will give out the pencils to everyone. Now the whole class say to me: Miss Yang, please give out the pencils.

    Ss: Miss Yang, please give out the pencils.

    T: OK! This is for you. This is yours. Please say to me: Please give out the pencils. Please give them out

    Ss: Please give out the pencils. Please give them out. T: Well, I don’t want to give out the pencils myself. Who can help me and give them out? This one is yours. Here you are. Say thank you.

    S1-S4: Thank you!/ Thank you very much.

    T: You are welcome.

    Has everyone got a pencil? Yes, everyone has got a pen. Can you tell me the meaning of “give out”? And what’s the meaning of “ please give them out.”? How about “give the pencils to everyone?” Good. Look here.(Showing the cards of give out, everyone and them and learning the words.)

    2 Presenting the new sentences.

    T: Good job. Now, I still have some pencils. If you want the pencils, please stand up quickly and say as many new words as you can. If you can say all the new words, you will get a new pencil. One, two, go

    S1: Give out, everyone.

    S2: Give out, them.

    S3: Give out, them and everyone.

    T: Wonderful. Now who can help me give out the pencil to the winner. Any volunteers?

    And the whole class ask her: ××,please give out the pencils . Ss: ××,please give out the pencils.

    T: Just a minute. How many students? How many pencils? Are there enough pencils for everyone?

    Sorry, there are not enough pencils for everyone. We do not have enough pencils for everyone. (Writing down the sentence: “There

    are not enough pencils for everyone.”on the blackboard.)

    T: Now, let’s have another game. If you want the pencils, please stand up quickly and say the sentence: “There are not enough pencils for everyone.” One, two, begin.

    Ss (satand up.)There are not enough pencils for everyone.

    T(showing more pencils ): Now are there enough pencils for everyone? Yes, there are enough pencils for everyone. (Writing the

    sentence: “There are enough pencils for everyone.”on the blackboard.)

    3Presenting the new text.

    T: Look at the pictures in your textbook.

    Who are they? What are they doing?

    Ss: They are…

    T: Listen to the tape and think about the following questions: 1Are there enough pencils?

    2How many children are there in the classroom? 3Who has got two pencils?

    T: Have you got the answers?

    Ss: Yes…

    T: Listen and follow the tape three times.

    Ss: …

    T: Read the text together.

    Ss: …

    Step 3. Practice.

    1. Bombing game--- Practice the new words.

    T: Now, boys and girls, let’s play a bombing game (爆炸游戏) . Let’s

    say together until I clap my hands. When I clap my hands, you must sit down. Clear? If you do not sit down or if you are slower than

others, you must repeat what I say three times. Clear? Bought, I

    bought some pencils yesterday.

    Give out, give out the pencils.

    Everyone, give the pencils to everyone.

    2. Passing game ---- Practice the new sentences. T: Look at the blackboard. Let’s read the sentences on the blackboard.

    Ss: …

    T: Very good ! Now, let’s have a passing game. Each group will

    send one student to come here and look at the sentence I’ll show you. Then you repeat the sentence to the next student. And then the next. The last student must stand up and say the sentence to the whole class. Let’s see which line can pass the sentence quickly

    and correctly.

    3. Look and say.

    T: Describe the pictures with there are enough… and there are not enough…

    Show the picture 1: Seven students and six bags.

    Ss: There are not enough bags.

    Show the picture 2: Nine boys and nine caps.

    Ss: There are enough caps.

    Show the picture 3: Five girls and four chairs.

Ss: There are not enough chairs.

    Show the picture 4: Ten children and ten books. Ss: There are enough books.

    Show the picture 5: Eight children and eight pencils. Ss: There are enough pencils.

    Step 4. Summary.

    1. The new words.

    2. a. There are enough b. There are not enough

    Step 5. Homewoek.

    1. Draw 5 pictures and make sentences with “There are enough… or there are not enough…”.

    2. Read the text 3 times.

    3. Copy the words 5 times.

    Step 6. Writing on the blackboard.

    Module 5 In Class

    Unit 1 There are enough.

    give out Please give out the pencils.

    enough There are enough pencils.

     everyone There aren’t enough pencils for everyone.

    them G1 G2 G3 G4

    be careful 10 10 10 10

     10 10 10 10

    Teaching reflection:

    1. Its not easy for all the students to command all the teaching

    content.

    2. Its very necessary to give the students more time to read the text

    after the tape for some students cant read the text clearly.

    3. Its very important to give the students more chance to open their

    mouths and pratise the target language in order to improve their

    spoken English.

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