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1 Unit 3 Teenagers should be allowed to choose their own clothes. (Period 1)

2 Period 1  Review  New structure  Section A: 1a~2c  Phrases  In-class exercises

3 Free talk What can students do at school? wear a uniform eat in class work with his friends run in the hallway ask the teacher questions

4 Teachers allow students to play soccer after school. Students are allowed to play soccer after school. What can students do at school?

5 ( should ﹢ ) be allowed to do allow sb. to do sth. = sb. be allowed to do sth. 允许某人做某事 allow sb. not to do sth. = sb. be not allowed to do sth 不允许某人做某事 ( 应该 ) 允许做某事

6 I think I should be allowed to choose their own clothes. Can you choose your own clothes? Are you allowed to choose your own clothes? I can not choose my own clothes. I am not allowed to choose my own clothes. 新旧句型的转换学习

7 Children should not be allowed to drive. I agree. They are not old enough. Do you agree? Agree and disagree Can children drive a car? Are children allowed to drive a car? Children can not drive a car. Children are not allowed to drive a car

8 Do you agree or disagree with these school rules? Don’t smoke. (No smoking!) Boys shouldn’t have long hair.

9 Students shouldn’t fight. Students shouldn’t eat in class.

10 I don’t think teenagers should be allowed to get their ears pierced. Can teenagers get their ears pierced? Are teenagers allowed to get their ears pierced? They can not get their ears pierced. They are not allowed to get their ears pierced. get one ’ s ears pierced

11 Section A, 1a Read the statements, then discuss in pairs. Agree or disagree? 1. I think teenagers should be allowed to go out with their friends every night. 2. Sixteen-year-olds should be allowed to drive. 3. Students should not be allowed to have part-time jobs. 4. I don’t think fifteen-year-olds should be allowed to get their ears pierced. 5. I think fifteen-year-olds should be allowed to choose their own clothes.

12 He just got his driver’s license. She chooses clothes herself. She got her ears pierced.

13 baby kid teenager youth mid-aged old 13-year-olds 19-year-olds You are teenagers instead of kids.

14 Parents should allow teenagers to go out with their friends. Parents should allow six-year- olds to drive. Parents should allow fifteen- year-olds to choose their own clothes. Teenagers should be allowed to go out with their friends. Sixteen-year- olds should be allowed to drive. Fifteen-year- olds should be allowed to choose their own clothes. Change the active voice into the passive voice.

15 Listen and circle “T” or “F”. 1b 1.Anna can go to the mall with John. 2.Anna wants to get her ears pierced. 3.Anna is allowed to choose her own clothes. TF T FT F

16 Task 2: Answer the questions. 1.What is the relationship between the speakers? 2.Why doesn’t the woman think sixteen-year-olds should be allowed to drive? 3. What does Anna want to buy at the mall? 4.Would Anna like her mother to go with her? Why or why not? Mother and daughter. Because she thinks they are not serious enough at that age. She wants to buy a new blouse. No, she wouldn’t. Because Anna thinks she is not a child and teenagers should be allowed to choose their own clothes. not serious enough / too wild not old enough / too young not calm enough / too silly

17 Pair work (1c: P18) Pair work (1c: P18) Sample dialogue 1 A: I don’t think teenagers should be allowed to drive. B: I agree. They are too young and aren’t serious enough at that age. A: I don’t think teenagers should be allowed to drive. B: I agree. They are too young and aren’t serious enough at that age.

18 Sample dialogue 2 A: I think sixteen-year-olds should be allowed to get their ears pierced. B: I disagree. Although it looks cool to wear earrings, students are not fit to wear them in school.

19 Sample dialogue 3 A: I think sixteen-year-olds should be allowed to choose their own clothes. B: I agree because they are old enough and should be allowed to make their own decisions. A: I think sixteen-year-olds should be allowed to choose their own clothes. B: I agree because they are old enough and should be allowed to make their own decisions.

20 2a2a Listen and check ( ) what Kathy thinks. Circle “Agrees”, “Disagrees”, or “Doesn’t know” to show what Molly thinks. KathyMolly 1. Sixteen-year-olds should not be allowed to work at night. 2. Larry shouldn’t work every night. 3. He should cut his hair. 4. He should stop wearing that silly earring. 5. He doesn’t seem to have many friends. 6. He shouldn’t work on weekends. Agrees Disagrees Doesn’t know earring n. 耳环

21 2b2b Listen again. What are Kathy’s and Molly’s reasons? Number their reasons in the correct order.. It looks cool. Young people need to sleep. He needs to spend time with friends. He needs time to do homework. It doesn’t look clean

22 2b. Listen again. Fill in the blanks with correct forms. Molly says that Larry is working late tonight, but Kathy thinks Larry shouldn’t be ______ to work late. Molly ________ with Kathy, She thinks teenagers never gets _____.Then Kathy thinks Larry shouldn’t work every night. allowed disagrees tired

23 This makes Molly agree. They think he needs time ____ homework, Also they think Larry’s hair should _____ because it doesn’t look ____. Kathy thinks Larry shouldn’t wear that ___ earring, but Molly thinks she ______ likes it. to do be cut clean silly kind of

24  Pair work ( Task 1) Look at the statements in 1a and make conversations in pairs.  A: I think teenagers should be allowed to go out with their friends. B: I agree. They are old enough to look after themselves. A: … B: I don’t agree. Because they are too wild …

25  扩展:  Giving an opinion: I feel that... I don’t think that... In my opinion …  Acknowledging an opinion and offering a different one: That sounds interesting. But I think... That’s not a bad idea. On the other hand, I feel that... You may have a point. Nevertheless, I think...

26  Task You and your friend are starting a … club. Make a list of rules about what should and should not be allowed. Then discuss in pairs.  E.g. A: I think members of our … club should be allowed to … B: Yes, but they should only be allowed to …

27 Group work: Make a list of rules about your English club. 1.Members are allowed to … 2.Members are not allowed to … 3. Members have to … 4._____ing is not permitted. 5. ______ must be done in the club. 6. It is forbidden to________. 7.Members need to_______. …

28 Sample writing 1. Members are allowed to work with a group. 2. Members are not allowed to speak Chinese. 3. Members have to use English-English dictionaries. 4. Eating is not permitted. 5. Helping each other must be done in the club. 6. It is forbidden to arrive late. 7. Members need to practice conversations in English.

29  If you have time, …

30 work late sixteen-year-olds be allowed to work at night disagree with … get tired work every night do homework cut one’s hair kind of like … looks cool have many friends work on weekends spend time with …

31 I think teenagers should be allowed to choose their own clothes. Fourteen-year-olds should not be allowed to get their ears pierced, because they are not serious enough. 1. 我认为年轻人应该被允许选择自 己的衣服。 岁的少年不应该被允许打耳洞, 因为那不够严肃。

32 I am allowed to go home by 9:00 pm. He isn’t allowed to surf the Internet at home. 3. 允许我晚上九点之前回家。 4. 不允许他在家里上网。

33 Homework: 1.Make a conversation. 2. Do some exercises.


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