Unit 6 I’m more outgoing than my sister.
Part 1:Teaching design(第一部分: 教学设计)
Structures: Comparatives with –er, –ier or more and both
Is that Sam?
No, that’s Tom. He has shorter hair than Sam.
He’s calmer than Sam.
Vocabulary: more, than, taller, shorter, thinner, longer, calmer, wilder, quieter, funnier, heavier,
smarter, more athletic, more popular, twin, both, be good at
Learning strategies: Classifying, Listening for specific information
?To revise the description words about personal traits
?To practice writing in English
1 Filling and writing
Please open your book at page 36 and look at part 1.
1.Fill in the blanks with the words given. You may change the form of the word if necessary. And
you can find the words in the preceding unit. Example:
1. Dave is more athletic than his brother.
2. He is telling us a funny story.
3. My best friend is more outgoing than me.
4. Mary is smarter and quieter than most of the kids in her class.
Now you are middle school students. What did you do two years ago? Do you remember? Yes, you studied in primary school. Do you know what happened to you these two years? Maybe you
are taller, smarter and more athletic than before. OK, please look at the questions in part 2 and
write about how you are different from before.
Two years ago, I was a primary school student. I am taller now. I am smarter than before, too. I’m better at math and good at physics. I try to make more friends with my classmates and be more
helpful to them. So I’m more popular and more outgoing than I was in the primary school. I will
do my best to be a better student. Just for fun!
Let’s sing a song in English.
This little piggy went to market This little piggy went to market,
this little piggy stayed at home,
this little piggy had roast beef,
this little piggy had none,
and this little piggy went wee wee wee wee all the way home