Presentation on theme: "Yao Ming is much taller than Pan Changjiang. Pan Changjiang is funnier than Yao Ming. Pan Changjiang is more outgoing than Yao Ming. Yao Ming is better."— Presentation transcript:
Yao Ming is much taller than Pan Changjiang. Pan Changjiang is funnier than Yao Ming. Pan Changjiang is more outgoing than Yao Ming. Yao Ming is better at basketball than Pan Changjiang. Han Hong is heavier than Song Zuying. Song Zuying is thinner than Han Hong Students induce the rules of comparative forms according to the underlined parts.
2. Task Ⅰ : Compare two exchange students from the U.S: Tom and Nick Activity Pattern: Pair work Chart A Chart B *** * * * * * * TomNickTomNick Tall Athletic Smart Thin Funny Quiet Tall Smart Thin Funny Quiet Athletic
3.Task Ⅱ Choose one exchange student to the U.S for a six-month course Activity Pattern: Group work The language structures they need: 1. Frank is smarter. I think he should be the exchange student 2. Frank is smarter, but I think Jack is more outgoing. He can get on well with anybody 3. Mary is better at English than others in our class. She should get the chance ······
4. Homework: Who is my friend? Each student chooses one friend to compare with him or her, their differences and similarities. Write it down. Don’t tell names. The homework is not only a consolidation of what they learn in this period, but also a preparation for the next class: Talking about friends.
5. Blackboard writing Unit 6 I’m more outgoing than my sister tall taller thin thinner nice nicer funnier than more athletic than Candidates students choose: The exchange student: Advantages:
A Flow Chart Warming-up Inducing rules Homework Task Ⅰ Task Ⅱ Compare famous people Compare two exchange students from the U.S Choose one exchange student to the U.S Who is my friend?
Ⅴ. Self - reflection 1. About the tasks used in this period 2. About the activity patterns 3. About the role the teacher plays 4. About the problems that will happen