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The teaching material The content of the material 1 This part is the second part of Unit 8,senior English (Book I). It talks about the development,the influence, the motto of the Olympic Games and the effect that people contribute to it. Sport is quite close t our modern life. Most students are familiar with the Olympic Games, which will be helpful for our teaching arrangement.
The teaching material The position & the function 2 From the requirement of education and the aim of the language study, we should pay attention to the training of the students’ reading ability. According to the structure of the teaching material, reading is the most important part of every unit, which is the expansion and extension of the activity of listening and speaking.
The teaching aims Knowledge Aims 1 1.Enable the students to master the basic words and expressions in this part 2. Help the students to understand the language structure of the important sentences in this part
The teaching aims Ability Aims 2 1.Develop the students’ basic ability of listening, reading, speaking and writing. 2.Enable the students to comprehend the whole passage and analyze it initially. 3. Ask the students to learn to study in groups and cooperate with others.
The teaching aims Emotion Aims 3 1.Train the awareness of the students’ sports- participating and enable them to concentrate on the physical culture. 2. Arouse the patriotism of the students by learning the whole passage. 3. Train the spirit of cooperation and consciousness of competition.
The teaching importance & difficulties 1.The comprehension of the whole passage. 2.The clue of the development of the Olympic Games. 3.The main idea of each paragraph.
Leading in 1 Pre-reading 2 Reading 3 Post-reading 4 The teaching procedure Summary & Homework 6 Blackboard design 7 Retelling 5
The teaching procedure Step I Leading in Show some pictures to the students, and then introduce some background knowledge. Europ e Africa Oceani a Asia Americ a
The teaching procedure Step I Leading in archery swimming
The teaching procedure Step I Leading in Figure skating
The teaching procedure Step 2 pre-reading 1. The teacher and the students learn the new words and expressions of this period together 2. Ask the students to discuss the questions in pre-reading with their partners, and then ask some of them to give their opinions
The teaching procedure Step 3 Reading 1. Play the tape for the students and give a situation to guide the students to answer the following questions 1.How often are the Olympic Games held? 2.When were the first modern Olympic Games held? 3.What is the Olympic motto?
The teaching procedure Step 3 Reading 2. Guide the students to read the passage again and discuss the main idea of each paragraph Paragraph 1 Paragraph 2 Paragraph 3 Paragraph 4 Paragraph 5
The teaching procedure Step 3 Reading 3. Read the text again and discuss the questions on the screen in pairs. Judge whether the following statements are true or false. 1.In early Olympic Games, only men were allowed to join it 2.The motto of the Olympic Games is “swifter, higher, further” 3.Carl Lewis won three gold medals in the 1984 Olympics 4.The 27th Olympic Games were held in Los Angeles 5.The 28th Olympic Games will be held in Beijing 6.The winter Olympic Games are held every three years
The teaching procedure Step 3 Reading 4. Explain the knowledge points in the text and then give them some exercises rank v. 把 … 分成等级 n. 阶级、等级、行列 e.g. He ranked the books on the shelf He ranks among the great writers of China He is a painter of the first/top rank There are many students in the front rank
The teaching procedure Step 4 Post-Reading Ask the students to discuss the following questions in groups and encourage them to take part in the discussion 1.How have the Olympic Games changed since the old Olympic Games were held in ancient Greece? 2.What will be done in preparation for the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing? 3.China won 28 gold medals in the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games. What were the events?
The teaching procedure Step 5 Retelling the passage Divide the whole class into several groups and ask them to try to list the key words of the passage and say something about the Olympic Games in groups 4 years: 776 BC: 393 AD: 1896: 1984: 2000: 2008:
The teaching procedure Step 6 Summary & Homework 1. Make them write a short passage about the Olympic Games after class
The teaching procedure Step 6 Summary & Homework 2. Ask the students to summarize each paragraph in one sentence in pairs Paragraph 1: The Olympics are held every four years Paragraph 2: Something about the old Olympic Games Paragraph 3: Something about the Olympic Games in modern times and the 27th Olympic Games Paragraph 4: The Olympic motto and something abut the track star Paragraph 5: Beijing will host and is making preparation for the 29th Olympic Games
The teaching procedure Step 7 Blackboard Design Olympic Games 4 years: are held 776 BC: the ancient Olympic Games began… in Greece 393 AD: stopped 1896: the first Olympic Games, 311competitors, 13 countries 1984: Carl Lewis, 4 gold medals, track and field 2000: 10000athletes from nearly 200 countries, Sydney, 300 different events, 28 gold medals 2008: the 29th Olympic Games, Beijing