Unit 5 It must belong to Carla
I Analysis of the Teaching Material教材分析
1、Status and Function
The topic of this unit is a picnic, In this unit, students Learn to make inferences .Such topic is helpful to activate students’ imagination and
improve students’ ability to deduce. Either less or more advanced students will be active in the activities in class. So it’s useful to improre students’ spoken English and
The first periods mainly introduces the key vocabulary and the target language to
students. Through listening and oral practice, students have a brief understanding of
how to make inferences.
II. Teaching Aims and Demands教学目的和要求
(1) key Vocabulary
belong , belong to, plate ,author toy, picnic
(2) Target Language Whose book is this? It must be Mary’s.
Wanda Wilbur is her favorite author.
2. Ability Objects
(1)Train students’ listening skill.
(2)Train students’ communicative competence using the target language. 3Moral Objects
When you are on a picnic, remember to bring litter back to keep our environment clean and tidy.
II. Teaching Key Points教学重点
1 .Listen for the target language
2 .Oral practice using the target language
IV. Teaching Methods教学方法
1. Scene teaching method
2. Listening method
3. Pair work
V .Teaching Aid教学工具
1. Blackboard drawings
2 .A tape recorder
3 .A projector
VI. Teaching Procedures教学过程
Step I Revision
Check homework. Invite different students to say the answers to the exercises on
pages 12-14 of the workbook
Step II 1a
This activity introduces the key vocabulary.
Write the key vocabulary words on the blackboard. belong v. belong to plate n . author n toy n. picnic n. Say the words one by one and have students repeat several times until they can read
them fluently and accurately.
Ask different students to explain in their own words the meanings of the words
belong to, author and picnic.
Belong means to be owned by somebody.
An author is a writer of a book or a play
A picnic is a meal eaten out of doors.
Then invite two students to draw a plate next to the word plate and a toy car next to toy.
Focus attention on the picture. Have students point to each item and say its name. Call students attention to the chart with the headlines clothing. Fun things and kitchen things at the top. Invite different students to explain the meanings of the column heads.
Say, Please look at the picture and write the things you see in the correct columns in the chart. Point out the sample answers. Get students to complete the task on their own. As they work, move show the correct answers on the screen by a projector. Clothing Fun things Kitchen
Hat volleyball plate
Jacket CD cups
t-shirt toy car
Step III Ib
This activity gives students practice in understanding the target language in spoken conversation. Call students’ attention to the chart, set a time limit of two minutes.
Students read the persons, the things and the reasons.
Say, you will hear a conversation As you listen, draw lines to connect the person in the first column with the thing in the second column. Then draw another line to connect the thing in the second ling with the reason in the third column. Point out the sample answer. Say, the name Carla in the first column connects to volleyball in the second column because that’s the thing they are talking about. And
the word volleyball in the second column connects with the sentence she loves volleyball in the third column.
Play the recording the first time
Students only listen. Play the recording again. This time students listen and match each person with a thing and a reason.
Check the answers,
Jane’s little brother-toy car-he was the only little kid at the picnic. Mary-book-Wanda Wilbur is her favorite author.
Carla-volleyball-She loves volleyball.
Deng Wen-magazine-He loves cats.
Grace-CD-She always listens to classical music.
Girl1: Whose volleyball is this?
Boy1: It must be Carla’s. She loves volleyball.
Girl1:How about this toy car?
Girl2:Oh,that toy car mast belong to Jane’s brother. He was the only little kid at the
And the magazine must belong to Deng Wen. He loves cats.
Boy1: Oh, and look, someone left a book.
Girl2: lh,yrah…and how about this CD?
Girl1: Ok…and how about this CD?
Girl2Hmmmmm…The CD must belong to Grace. She always listens to classical music.
Step IV 1c
This activity provides oral practice using the target language.
Point to the picture in Activity 1b.Invite pair of students to say the conversation in the speech bubbles.
Sa: Whose volleyball is this?
Sb: It must be Carla’s. She loves volleyball.
Point out the conversation in the box. Invite another pair of students to say it to the class
Sa: Whose book is this?
Sb :It must be Mary’s. Wanda Wilbur is her favorite author.
Write the conversation on the blackboard.
Point out the chart in Activity 1b.Say.
Now work with a partner .Start by reading the conversations in the picture and in the box: Then make conversations using the information in the chart in Activity 1b. Talk about which each thing might belong to and give a reason. Get students to practice in pairs. As they work, move around the classroom listening in on various pairs and offering help with language and pronunciation as needed.
After all the students have had an opportunity to ask and answer questions, stop the activity. Get different pairs of students to say their conversations to the class. Step v Summary
Say ,In this class, we’ve learned the key vocabulary words belong to, plate , author, toy and picnic and done much listening and oral practice using the target language, Step VI Homework
(1) day and remember the spelling of the vocabulary words.
(2) Say the conversations in Activity 1c to get a further understanding of the target
Step VII Blackboard Design
Unit5 It must belong to Carla section A
The First period
1key vocabulary: belong v. belong to plate n author n toy n
2Target language: Whose book is this It must be Mary’s. Wanda Wilbur
is her favorite author