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    南博职业技术学院教案首页 一、教案头 编号~ 授课班级~ 授课日期~ 本次课标题~Unit 1 Greeting and Introducing People~ Section I & IV

    能力;技能,目标 知识目标

    1. Ability to understanding and 1. Writing a business card

    writing a business card 2. Greeting people and give responses:

    2. Ability to greet people First meeting and meeting again

    3. Ability to take leave 3. Saying good-bye to people

     4. Ability to exchange personal 4. Communicating personal information

    information 5. Introducing people to each other

    5. Ability to introduce people to 6. Key words and expressions

    each other 7. Learn some words and phrases about



    1. Greet the students and introduce the aims of this period of class

    2. Lead-in questions

    3. Present the format and language features of business cards

    4. Read and simulate the samples in the text book

    5. Learn the dialogues in Section I: Talking Face to Face

    6. Pair work~Act out

    7. Practice the exercises in Section I


    Teachers Manual I;高等教育出版社,

    参考资料 New Practical English Workbook I;高等教育出版社,


Period I: Section I & Section IV Applied writing

    Steps Methods & Tasks;方法、任务, ;步骤,

    1).Writing a business card.

    2).Greeting people and giving responses: first meeting and meeting again. 3).Saying goodbye to people.

    Introduction 4).Communicating personal informationexchanging personal information:

    Name / address / telephone number/ job/ study.

    5).Introducing people to each other.

    6).Meeting people at the airport.

    Section IV Applied writing

    Leading-in: ask students the following questions:

    Q1: What is the purpose of a business card? Step 1 Q2:What makes up a business card?

    Q3:How are all these elements arranged on the small card?

    Q4: When are the business cards exchanged between people?:

    Presentation: Business cards

    1. The teacher briefly summarizes the format and the language used in

    business cards.

    1) 名片持有人所属机构~Employment organization

    2) 持有人姓名~Card holder

    3) 职务~Title / Position

    4) 机构地址~Address

    5) 邮政编码~Postal Code

    6) 电话号码~Telephone / Mobile-phone

    7) 传真号码~Fax

    8) 电子邮件地址~E-mail

    Logo Employment Organization Step Two

    Card Holder’s Name


    Address:………….. Tel: …..

    ............................... Fax: ……

    …….(Postal Code) E-mail: ……

2. A business card is not a brochure or a catalog; its space is limited, so you

    must choose the information content and your words carefully. Single words and phrases should be used.

    3. What is the difference between the Chinese way and the English way in

    arranging the address elements?


    The address in Chinese is arranged from the largest part to the smallest one. The address in English is just opposite (i.e. from the smallest element to the largest one).

    4. Can you follow the sample card and write your own business card?

1. Read the three samples in the textbook

     (Page 14 Read and simulate 1-2 )

    2. Complete the following sentences according to each sample:

    1) The cardholder’s full name is……..

    2) The work unit he work at is………

    3) If you want to talk with him over the phone, you can dial the


    4) If you want to send him an e-mail, you can use……..

    3.Do the exercises three in the textbook (Page 15) using the format that Step Three follows and the reference Data Bank in the Workbook

    (the name of the school)

     Lu Yang


     (his school address) Tel: ………..

     …………………… Fax: ………..

     ……………………. E-mail: …….

Section I Talking Face to Face

    Warm-up questions :

    1. When are the business cards exchanged between people?

    2. Questions:

    Q1 How much do you know about the way Americans greet people and give


    Q2 How much do you know about the way Americans exchange their personal


    Q3 How much do you know about the way Americans say good-bye to each

    Step Four other?

    Q4 How much do you know about the way Americans introduce themselves to

    each other?

    2. Follow the Samples

    1). Read and understand

    The teacher plays the tape recorder and asks questions to check the

    students’ understanding of the two samples.

    2). Read and find

     The students try to find the useful expressions in the samples while reading

    them in pairs. Here are some of them.


1) Nice to meet you.

    2) How do you do?

    3) Here is my business card. / Thank you. Here is mine. 4) Welcome sb. to somewhere

    5) On business: 公事

    6) Care for: 喜欢:计较:照料

    Key words and expressions:

    New words and some expressions related to this section. 1) welcome n./vt./adj

    give sb. a warm welcome

    welcome sb. to somewhere

    2) present adj. (表语) 出席的:在场的



    eg. a birthday /Christmas / wedding present

    the present tense 现在时

     There were 200 people present at the meeting. 200人出席会议。

    3) business

    eg. Are you here on business or for pleasure?是有事还是来玩玩? 4) introduce 介绍+to/引进.传入.采用. to/ into

     eg. Allow me to introduce my friend Miss Wood to you .

     Coffee was introduced into England from the Continent咖啡从欧洲大

    陆传入英国。 Step Five 5) care for 计较:照料 eg. Would you care for a drink? Who will care for the house while the family is away?

     He doesn’t care for what he eats.

    6 call vt. 称呼 / 打电话给/ 呼唤

     eg. She called him Joe.她称他乔。

     Call me at the office this afternoon.

     He called the waitress over.将服务员小姐叫了过去 Act Out:

    1. Simulating the five small dialogues and act out.

    2. Dialogue presentations.

    3. Students do Put-inUse exercises in groups by reading out loud all the

    three dialogues they have completed.

    New words and some expressions related to Computer

    1) computer application 计算机应用

    2) buletooth 蓝牙

    3) computer network 计算机网络

    4) computer software 计算机软件

    5) computer hardware 计算机硬件


    1. The format and the language used in business card. Conclusion 2. Expressions using for greeting and introducing each other.

    1. Do the exercises in section IV in the workbook.

    2. Design a name card for yourself

    3. Work in pairs and make up dialogues for greeting and introducing people, Homework referring to the dialogues in Unit One of the Workbook. Dialogue

    presentations will be required in the next class.

    4. Prepare for listening materials in section II and grammar review in section

    IV of Unit One.



    南博职业技术学院教案首页 一、教案头 编号~ 授课班级~ 授课日期~ 本次课标题~Unit 1.Greeting and Introducing People: Section III Passage I

    能力;技能,目标 知识目标

    1. How American and British people 1. Key words and expressions.

    greet each other. 2. Basic sentence structures and difficult

    2. How Chinese people differ in sentences.

    greetings. 3. Teach some words related to Computer.




    1. Greet the students and introduce the aims of this period of class

    2. Warm-up questions

    3. Explain some useful expressions and sentence structures

    4. Conclusion to the passage: the main idea and the topic sentences

    5. Review what has been learned in this period

    6. Practice the exercises in Section III



    Teachers Manual I;高等教育出版社,

    参考资料 New Practical English Workbook I;高等教育出版社,



     教学Time Activities (学生活动) 方法 (时间)

    3min 讲授 告知 1. The different way about greeting in many countries (教学2. The main idea of the passage 内容、3. Key words and expressions 目的,

    12 min 提问 Leading-in: ask students the following questions: 引入 Q1: What is the common way for Chinese people to greet Answer the leading-in ;任务others? questions (the whole class ) 项目, Q2: How do Americans greet each other?

    20 min 训练学

    Discussion: 生的阅 操练

    ;掌握1. Students should get the main idea of the passage. 1. The students read the 能力

    初步或2. Students answer questions according to each paragraph. passage carefully ;要求

    基本能3. Students fill in the blanks of Exe.2 according to the whole 2. Summarize the key points 学生说

    力, text. 出文章


    30 min 讲授重深化 Presentation: ;加深 点词汇Teacher chooses some useful expressions and sentences from Listen to the explanation and 对基本短语及the passage, and then demonstrates their usage. learn 能力的句子结 体会,

    Guidance: Ask students pay attention to the useful expressions 讨论并

    and sentences from the passage, and the following should be 总结

    chosen and practiced. 文的重

    1. speaking of: while we are talking about a particular 点词汇归纳 1. Summarize the patterns of ;知识person or thing 5 min 与句子some difficult sentences. 和能2. leave a(n) ……impression on: to cause someone to 结构 2. Practice the exercises. 力, notice and admire

    3. preferto: like better/ would rather do

    4. get /become acquainted with: make familiar with /get to


    10 min 通过练1. Explain the patterns and 习培养训练expressions again Guide the students Read and Simulate exercise. Try to 学生的2. Ask students to translate let them find out the answers and simulate the patterns 巩固 语言运( the sentences into and the expressions (italicized parts) used in the 拓展 用能力 English. sentences taken from the passage. 检验) 3. Correct the answers

    7 min 归纳1. The main idea and topic sentences. 总结 讲述 2. The patterns and key points of the whole passage

    3 min The exercises on P10&P11 Practice 作业

     后记 7

    Period ?: Section ? Passage ?

    Steps Methods & Tasks;方法、任务, ;步骤,

    1. The way Americans greet

    Introduction 2. Help students understand the difficult language points in reading. 3. Master some key sentence patterns.

    Greeting and introducing some information related to the reading passage. I. Warm-up questions:

    1. What is the common way for Chinese people to greet others? 2. How do Americans greet each other?

    II. The way Americans greet

    Americans often greet each other simply with Hello or Hi. They believe such

    an informal greeting often implies a close and friendly relationship. Similarly, Americans do not have a formal farewell. They will just wave good-bye to the whole group. Or Step One perhaps they will simply say Bye or So long and then leave. To Americans, a friendly and informal relationship is the most important thing. ?. Key words and expressions.

    ?. Some words about computer.

     Memory: 存储器 input device~输入设备

    special-purpose computer ~专用计算机

    General-purpose computer: 通用计算机

    Central processing unit(CPU)~ 中央处理器

    1. Comprehension Questions (The students will be asked some compression questions

    after they have skimmed the passage to help them develop reading strategies.)

    (1) What does an informal greeting really mean to Americans?

    (2) What is the preferred way Americans introduce themselves?

    (3) Why do Americans sometimes ask you some personal questions? 2. Students summarize the informal ways Americans use for greeting and bidding

    farewell in passage I.

     Step Two Greeting Bidding Farewell

     Hello. Good-bye.

     Hi. Bye.

     So long.

     Speaking of time,

    Ive got to run.

    Explain the whole passage paragraph by paragraph:

    (Title) The way Americans greet Step Three Greet : say words of welcome to sb. 欢迎:问候:打招呼 E.g. The teacher greeted each child with a friendly ―Hello‖.


    She greeted her guests at the door with a smile.

(Paragraph 1)

    1. Speaking of ….time, I’ve got to run.

    Analysis: Speaking of is a present participle clause used as an adverbial of

    cause/time. It means ―when it comes to time, I’m reminded of…..‖说到时间:我得赶


    E.g. Speaking of study, I’ve got to work hard.

    2Relationship: n. particular connection or relation; instance of being related 关系:联

     E.g. 1) He is making efforts to develop a lasting relationship with Lucy. Step Four 2) Both the two countries want to keep the friendly relationship between


    3. Wave: v. move one’s hand to and fro, up and down(to give a greeting or say good-bye)挥手致意:舞动

    E.g. 1) When Jane waved goodbye to her Chinese friends, she could hardly hold

    back her tears.

     2) The policeman waved him nearer.

     3) The branches waved to and fro wildly in the wind.

(Paragraph 2)

    1. ―Glad to meet you. I’m Miller. But call me Paul.‖ 见到你很高兴:我姓米勒:但叫


     Analysis: Miller is the family name and Paul is the given name. Addressing others by

    their given name usually implies a sort of informal and friendly relationship.

     E.g. Hello, I’m Smith, but call me Mike.

    2. Leave: v. go away from; fail or neglect to take/bring sth. 离开:出发?留下:遗忘

     E.g. 1) The beautiful city has left a deep impression upon our mind.

     2) He is going to leave for Australia next week.

     3) I’m sorry. I have left my umbrella in your car.

    3. impression: n. effort produced on the mind or feelings 印象 Step Five E.g. 1) Teacher has made a deep impression upon my mind with his

    devotion to teaching.

     2) The impression made by the talented girl upon my mind is very


     3) What’s your first impression upon him?

    4. leave a(n) ……impression on: to cause someone to notice and admire

     E.g. He left a deep impression on the other members at the tennis club. 5. prefer: v. like better, would rather do 更喜欢:宁愿

     E.g. 1) I prefer to have the meeting in the morning rather than in the


     2) Which do you prefer, tea or coffee?


     3) Many people prefer cycling to driving.

    6. prefer…to: like better/ would rather do

     E.g. Older people tend to prefer local opera to pop music.

     I prefer tea to coffee.我更喜欢茶而不是咖啡

    (Paragraph 3)

    1. But Americans do sometimes ask such questions.但是美国人有时确实会问到诸如 此类的问题。

    Analysis: Do is used here to emphasize the following verb. It means ―的的确确‖.

     E.g. Most people hate the cold weather, but some people do enjoy themselves in


    2. In this way they can get better acquainted with your and have a topic for beginning a

    Step Six friendly conversation with you.这样他们便能更多的了解你:并由此为开端与你友好地


    Analysis: And is used here to introduce a coordinate clause, which further develops the

    topic being discussed.

     E.g. In this way you can improve your spoken English and do better in the job


    3. get /become acquainted with: make familiar with /get to know

     E.g. Take time to get acquainted with the rules

    Conclusion to the passage: the main idea and the topic sentences. Conclusion

    1. Review what has been learned in this period Homework 2. Finish Ex. 4 on p.10

    3. Finish doing Ex. 1, 2 and 3 after reading Passage I in the Workbook

    4. Preview Passage II + Sentence Writing



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