Unit 13 Healthy eating
Period: The first period
Content: Warming-up & Listening (牛津版高中英语高一下学期)
1. Talk about eating and health.
2. Improve the students’ abilities of listening.
?. Important Points:
1. Study the knowledge of language with the help of the topic. 2. Lead the students to know different attitudes towards food. 3. Improve the students’ habits of eating.
?. Difficult Points:
1. Develop students’ imagination based on their knowledge of healthy eating. 2. Develop students’ ability of creating and acting.
3. How to catch the key points in listening.
?. Organizing the class
T: Greeting and a duty report
Ask students to answer the following questions:
1.What do you often have for breakfast / lunch / supper? 2. What do you care most about your foods?
Ask every group to choose one picture on page 1 and finish the following tasks:
1. List out the names of the food.
2. Ask students what they like to eat and identify the healthy food, junk food and the food both
good and bad for health, and then give out the reasons. 3. Fill in the form.
4. Each group chooses one student to report the result of their discussion.
Names of the food healthy food, junk food, food both good and bad for health, reasons
1. Go through the task with the students and make sure what to do before the teacher plays the
2. Play the tape for 3 or 4 times and give specific instructions of what to do each time.
Listening text 1
( 1 ) Answer the question 1, 2 on Page 2.
( 2 ) Filling the blanks.
Hmm, let me see, I had two _____________, two large orders of __________ ________, an
_______ _________, and a large ____________.
( 3 ) Discuss the question 3 on Page 3.
Listening text 2
( 1 ) Answer the questions on Page 2.
( 2 ) Filling the blanks.
Now, let’s see. No, your temperature is ____. Your mum’s _________ ----- you probably ____ ate ____ _____. Here, take these pills tonight and tomorrow morning and see if you feel _____. If
_______ changes or you don’t feel _____, give me a call.
3. Let students check their answers in pairs and then with the whole class.
4. Play the tape in the book and again give specific instructions of what to do.
5. Ask students to answer the questions in the book and check answer. ?.Practice
Learning the useful verb“hurt”
及物动词 vt. 1.使受伤
No one was seriously hurt in the traffic accident. 在这次交通事故中没有人受重伤。
The tight shoe hurt my foot. 这只鞋太紧,把我的脚挤疼了。
The scandal hurt the government's image badly. 这丑闻严重损害了政府的形象。
My right leg hurts. 我右脚疼。
It won't hurt to postpone the meeting for a few more days. 会议再推迟几天也无妨。
It was a real hurt to her vanity.
The massage made the hurt go away. 按摩使疼痛消失了。
There was a hurt look in her eyes. 她的眼睛流露出一种委屈的神色。
?. Exercise in class
Ask the students to act as a doctor and a patient to make dialogues. For example:
Patient: Good morning, doctor. I’m afraid I have a cold since last night. (coughing)
Doctor: Let me see.
After a few minutes…
Doctor: Oh, I know. Really get a cold. It is serious.
Patient: Ah, what should I do?
Doctor: You should eat some medicine and drink hot water as more as possible. This is the
medicine three times a day. Vegetable is needed and pepper is not permitted. Patient: How long does it take before I become well?
Doctor: About a week, maybe. From now on, take care of yourself especially in winter. More
clothes are needed.
Patient: I got it. Thank you, doctor.
Doctor: That’s all right. Remember have a good rest.
Ask the students to discuss the following questions after class. 1. How important is it to control the amount of food for your meals? 2. How do we keep a balanced diet?
3. Finish the listening materials.
W: Excuse me, Mr Black. I almost forget there is a phone message here for you. A Professor
Green called and asked you to call him back.
M: Where is he now, do you know?
W: He’s staying in the Blackwood Hotel, Room 809.
M: Thank you. Do you happen to have the number of the Blackwood Hotel? W: I’m sorry, I don’t. But you can get it by dialing 114.
M: Oh, and could I trouble you to change a dollar?
W: All right. Here is your change. By the way, the public phone is over there on your right.
M: I see. Thanks.
M: Mark’s playing computer games.
W: Should he do that when the final exam is drawing near?