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Unit 2 School life Integrated skills
1.number of students 2.have more weeks off 3.wear uniforms 4.do morning exercises 5.spend less time on/doing their homework 6.work (the) hardest 7.play chess 8.at most
Learning aims ( )
Rocky Mountain High School
How many students are there in your school? How many teachers are there in your school? How long do you have your summer holiday? How long do you spend on your homework every day? Do you wear school uniform? Do you do morning exercises? Number of students Number of teachers How long is the summer holiday? How much time do students spend on homework every day? Do students wear uniforms? Do students do morning exercises?
A: Comparing schools Daniel is writing an article about different schools. Listen to him introducing Sunshine Middle School and complete the table in Part A1.
Sunshine Middle School Woodland School Rocky Mountain High School Number of students Number of teachers66 How long is the summer holiday? How much time do students spend on homework? Do students wear uniforms? / Do students do morning exercises? yes/no weeks 3 hours yes weeks 2 hours weeks 1 hour no
Sandy is helping Daniel collect information on the Internet about other schools. Listen to their conversation and complete the rest of the table. Comparing schools
Woodland School is smaller than Rocky Mountain High School. There are (1)_______ ( more, fewer, less) teachers and (2)_______( more, fewer, less) students at Woodland School than Rocky Mountain High School. Sunshine Middle school has (3)_______( more, fewer, the most) teachers and students of the three. Chinese students have (4) _______ ( more, fewer, less) weeks off for the summer holiday than British students. fewer the most more
British students spend(5)_____________( more, fewer, less) time doing homework than Chinese students. Among the three schools, American students spend (6)________( the least, few, less) time on homework, and they have (7)_________ ( long, longer, the longest) summer holiday. Chinese students spend (8) (the most, the fewest, the least) time on homework. They work (9) (hard, harder, the hardest). less the least the longest the most the hardest
Daniel, John and Nancy are chatting online about their schools. Match the sentences with the correct people. 1 ______: My school has fewer weeks off for the summer holiday than Daniels. 2 ______: Students at my school do not wear uniforms. Nancy John
3 ______: I spend less time doing homework than Nancy. 4 ______: My school has the most students. 5 ______: My school has the fewest teachers. John Daniel Nancy
What are your hobbies? How much time can you spend on your hobbies?
How much time does Daniel spend on his hobbies every day? What is Amys hobby? Who spends the most time on hobbies? About an hour. Half an hour for playing computer games and another half an hour for playing chess. Her hobby is swimming. Simon. Listen and answer.
Work in groups and talk about your hobbies. Use the conversation as a model.
Millie: How much time do you spend on your hobbies, Daniel? Daniel: About one hour. Half an hour for playing computer games and another half an hour for playing chess. Millie: Really? I have only half an hour for my hobbies at most. I often do some reading. How about you, Simon? Simon: About two hours for sports. And you, Amy? Amy: Usually I go swimming for about half an hour. Millie: OK. Among the four of us, Simon spends the most time on his hobbies, and Daniel spends more time on his hobbies than Amy and I.
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spend spend time on/doing sth. uniform chess at most
1. Remember the new words and the language points in this lesson. 2. Recite the conversation in speak-up.