Time: 40 minutes
Teaching material: Junior English, Book 2,Grade 8. Unit 2 What should I do? Teaching aims:
By the end of the lesson, students should be able to: 1. talk about problems and try to give proper advice;
2. try to use and remember the key structure;
3. practise dialogue with substitutions;
4. learn to be a good listener and do whatever they can to help others. Teaching contents:new words:out of style,argue,wrong;
new structure:What’s wrong?/What’s the matter?
…… . What should I do?
You could/should ……
Warm-up(3 mins):a conversation between the teacher and students. Stage 1,Presentation(10 mins)
a.Use the teacher’s own clothes,picture and one wrong sentence to introduce new words
b.Guess the problems showing in the pictures and try to give proper advice.Finally
make a short conversation with the first group of problem & advice by using the new
structure. (The teacher demonstrates first.)
Stage 2,Practice(12 mins)
a. Work in pairs to finish tne next two groups of problems & advice by using the
b. Role play the conversation. Volunteer pairs.
Stage 3,Production(15 mins):
a. Use the new structure to make conversations about problems in daily life and
in study,and advice.
b.Volunteers to present the conversations.
c.Do some exercises to review what is learned.
Summary:A:What’s the matter? / What’s wrong;
B:My clothes are out of style.What should I do?
A:Maybe you should / could buy some new clothes.
B:That’s a good idea.
Extension of friendship and help.
Homework:Write a short passage about your families’ problems and your advice for
Reflection:(to be written immediately after the lesson)