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初中英语Happy Thanksgiving教案

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摘要:   Unit 3 Families Celebrate Together Lesson 21 Happy Thanksgiving Teaching Content Mastery words and expressions: grandparent, kitchen Known words and expressions: hug ...


Unit 3 Families Celebrate Together
Lesson 21 Happy Thanksgiving
Teaching Content
Mastery words and expressions: grandparent, kitchen
Known words and expressions: hug, give…a big hug, Thanksgiving dinner
Teaching Aims
Know about Thanksgiving in Canada. It engages students in comparing Chinese celebrations with Western celebrations.
Teaching Important Points
Possessive Case
Words and expressions used on Thanksgiving.
Students can write passages according to the pictures.
Teaching Difficult Points
the similarities and differences between the two countries.
Teaching Prepared
Some Flashcards about Thanksgiving
Teaching Aids
Audiotape, Flashcards
Teachi ng Procedure
Step1.Let’s sing the song of Lesson20. Listen to the tape again. Then lead in the next lesson.
St ep2. Come to “THINK ABOUT IT”. Discuss the questions and share the opinions with the others.
Step3. Look at the pictures and guess what they are doing. According to their imagination, write a short passage.
Then divide the class into several groups and discuss their passages. Then choose a best one to read in front of the class.
Step4.Listen to the tape and answer the questions:
On Thanksgiving Day, where did Jenny and her mother go?
Have Jenny’s cousins come?
Step5. Come to “Learning Tips”. Let the students know the meaning of Thanksgiving. Discuss h next questions.
How many festivals are there in China?
Which one do you like best?
Do you know what they stand for?
Step6. Come to “Project 2”. Ask, “Are festivals in Canada the same as festivals in China?” Let the class discuss the questions. Get them to write down the similarities and differences.
This part is hard for students to understand. Make sure the students clearly understand what they are to do.
Point to the different parts and explain what the students should write.
In the green circle, write the things that families do in China. In the red circle, write the things that families do in China. In the yellow circle, write the things that families do in both countries.
The chart is also called a Venn diagram. In their groups, the students each make a Venn diagram of similarities and differences between family celebrations in China and Canada. They may use heir notes from the previous lesson.
Step7. Finish off the activity book.
Go on the next reading in the student book if you have time.
Let the students to act out what they arranged in front of the class.
Ask them to search some information about the festiv als in China and Western countries.
Lesson 22 Presents from Canada!
Teaching Content
Mastery words and expressions: box, tape, address, post, post office, mail
Known words and expressions: cardboard, wait, send…to…, on the top of, all ready
Teaching Aims
All of the people around the world are in a big family. We should love each other. Cultivate the feelings of loving one’s own countries.
Teaching Important Points
Learn how to make birthday cards and what to write on them.
“Mail” and “post” mean the same thing.
Teaching Difficult Points
Make a birthday card
Teaching Prepared
The things that used to make birthday cards
Teaching Aids
Audi otape, Flashcards, Objects
Type of lesson
Teaching Procedure
Step 1. Review the last lesson. Remind the students a family members birthday is also a big f estival.
Sending different presents is important to link the relations of the whole family. Ask the students:
Did you have a party for your parent?
What did you send them?
Did you express your thanks to our parents?
Step 2. Come to ‘THINK ABOUT IT”
Discuss the first question. “What do you write in your card?” Write their answers down and change their ideas with the others.
Step 3. Play the tape. Ask the students to listen to it with the questions: What presents are Jenny and Danny going to post to Li Ming?
Step 4. Read the text silently. Then discuss the text in details.
St ep 5. Take out what you prepared before class. Make cards for your friends in groups and then write the addresses on them.
Remind the students not to forget the best wishes in English.
Show every group’s cards to the class and let them see if they forget something.
Step 6. Ask the students to work in pairs to make up a dialogue according to the story. Act the dialogue out in front of the class.
Step7.Come to “LET’S DO IT”.
This is the comprehension of the whole text. The teacher asks them to speak English in the process.
Step 8. Finish the remai ning activities in the activity book. Go on the next reading in the student book.
The teacher brings several boxes and presents to the class. The students bring some, too. Now the teacher and the students can arrange and act the dialogues out together.
Lesson 23 Li Ming’s Happy Birthday
Teaching Content:
Mastery words and expressions: cap, fit…well
Known words and expressions: fashion, in fashion, turn off
Teaching Aims:
1. Children all of he world should love each other.
2. Cultivate the feelings of loving one’s own country.
Teaching Important Points:
1. When you got presents from friends, how do you express your thanks.
2. The style and content of the letter, to show thanks.
Teaching Difficult Points:
How to show thanks in English in the letter.
Teaching Preparation:
Students can prepare their birthday presents from the others.
Teaching Aids:
Audiotape, Flashcards, Presents
Type of Lesson: New lesson
Teaching Procedure:
Step1.The teacher takes out a present from friends and shows it to the class. You can say: “This is a present from my friend from Canada or other countries.” Do the students believe you? They will look at the label. If it is not true, they will laugh.
Step2. Listen to the tape and answer the following questions.
1. What presents did Li Ming receive?
2. Who got the presents from the post office?
3. Who went to Li Ming’s party?
Step3.Read the text silently . Check the answers and let the students discuss the text in details.
Step 4. Read the te xt again. Then ask the students to retell the story in a third person.
Step 5. Write what your birthday will be like this year in groups. Discuss the passage in details and choose the best one to read in the class.
Step 6. Come to “LET’S DO IT”
Write a thank-you note/card/letter to thank your parents and friends for their presents.
The thank-you note is not long, but it can express your thanks feeling exactly.
Step 7. Finish off the activity book.
Read the next lesson in the students’ book.
1. Look at the pictures of Lesson 22. Le t the students guess the presents Li Ming will receive.
2. Li Ming celebrates his birthday with his family. This is very popular. If time allows, the t eacher and the students have a short play about it.










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