can you come to my party

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can you come to my party

    Unit 5 Can you come to my party?

    I. Teaching Objects?

    ~1?Knowledge Objects

    Students must learn to make invitation. They must learn to say yes and say

    no to an invitation and give their reasons.

    ~2?Ability Objects

    To improve the students’ ability of listening, speaking, reading, writing.

    ~3?Moral Objects

    We teach this lesson in order to learn how to accept or refuse an invitation of

    foreign countries politely. It will teach the students good manners. If he or

    she holds a party at home, He or she will feel happy when they can do

    something for others.

    ?.Language contents and skills:

    ~1?Master the key Phrases

    Study for a test, have a piano lesson, go to the doctor, visit my aunt

    ~2?Master the usage of “can, have to, and be doing sth.”

    ~3?Master the structures about how to make an invitation, accept an invitation, and refuse an invitation and give reasons.

     ?A: Can you come to my party?

     B: Sure, I’d love to?I’m sorry, I can’t. I have to go to the doctor.

    ?A: Can she go to the baseball game?

    B: No, she can’t. She has to have a piano lesson.

    ?A: Can they go to the concert?

     B: No, they can’t. They’re going to a party.

    ?. Teaching aids: PPT, Blackboard

    ?. Teaching procedures.

     ~1?Step 1

     Before the class, let the students listen to the music and show picture to them, this can guide to the new lesson.

    ~2?Step 2

    Learn the phrases and the target language. Then, do some practices.

    ~3?Step 3

    Do exercise Match the words with the pictures. And review the key structures

    and expressions we have learned.

    ~4?Step 4

    Ask some students to do pair works. Imitating the example and make up new conversations to memorize the key expressions.

    ~5?Step 5

    Make explanation about the usage about can.

    ?表邀请。若接受邀请?回答为?OK./All right./Sure./ Of course./Certainly./

    Yes (Sure),I’d love (like) to.



    eg. can swim, but I can’t.


     eg. Can he come ? No, he can’t come.

    ~6?Step 6

    Ask some students to make new sentences and come to Grammar focus.

    ~7?Step 7

    ( culture notes )

     When you are in foreign countries, you should know whether an invitation is a real invitation. If you are invited, but not given a specific time, this is not a real invitation. For example, “Why not have dinner some day?” You mustn’t ask when you can come. It’s not polite. This is a real invitation: “ Can you come to my birthday party on Saturday night? When you are asked this way, you should only say: “Yes, I’d love to”. Or “sorry, I can’t. I have to …” and give him or her your reason.

     ?.End of lesson summary

    Today we have learnt some key vocabulary and the target language. That is how to invite somebody and how to refuse an invitation politely.

    ?. Homework

     ?Write an e-mail message to a friend. Say why you can’t visit next week. ?

    Please write as many reasons as you can to refuse an invitation

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