Presentation on theme: "Looking for an Apartment 1. Four skills (words and phrases) 2. Mastering key sentences. 3. Making up dialogue freely."— Presentation transcript:
Looking for an Apartment
1. Four skills (words and phrases) 2. Mastering key sentences. 3. Making up dialogue freely.
To make your home beautiful and tidy.
To master the function sentences Would you mind giving me a hand? Id love to What kind of apartment do you prefer? I prefer one with three bedrooms, two living-rooms, a large kitchen, a bathroom, a study
To communicate with others in English about the living conditions.
Teaching steps: Step1. Revision Review the part Warming up. The mew words apartment floor, bathroom, study …… are useful to the dialogue.
Step2. Presentation study living-room
Step2. Presentation A: Good morning, Johnson. B: Good morning, Nancy. A: Would you mind giving me a hand? B: Id love to, Nancy. Whats it? A: I want to buy an apartment in Baishiyi. B: What kind of apartment do you prefer? A: I prefer one with three bedrooms, two living-rooms, a large kitchen, a bathroom, a study. B: Oh, I know, Sunny home( ) has this kind of apartment. I read the real estate ads in todays newspaper. You may go looking. A: OK, thank you.
Spep3 Listen to the dialogue Play the tape for the Ss, then ask some questions about the dialogue. Questions: Who is trying to find an apartment? (Nancy) What kind of apartment does Nancy prefer (like better)? (She prefers one with one bedroom, a large kitchen, a bathroom and a big living-room.)
Step4 Read the dialogue 1. Play the tape for the Ss to follow. 2. Go through the dialogue. Explain some difficult words, phrases and sentences. 3. Underline the function sentences and let the Ss recite them after class.
Sep5. Drill the dialogue. 1. First, drill the dialogue in two big groups. 2. Then drill the dialogue in pairs. 3. Ask some pairs to act out the dialogue.
Step6. Make up a dialogue of buying an plat using some different information and act them out.(The students may play the roles )
Home work : Practice the dialogue after class. Recite the key sentences.