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Unit 3 Travel journal 4  

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Period 4 Listening

整体设计

从容说课

This is the fourth teaching period of this unit. As usual, the teacher will first get the students to review what they learned in the last period, and then lead in the new lesson.

The emphasis of this period should be placed on developing students’ listening ability. Listening and speaking on Page 23 in the textbook is the third part of JOURNEY DOWN THE MEKONG:CHATING WITH A GIRL. The teacher can first lead in the topic by talking about the first part of JOURNEY DOWN THE MEKONG:THE DREAM AND THE PLAN. Tell the students on the way to meet their cousins, the two travelers Wang Wei and Wang Kun see a girl walking along the road. Wan Kun stops to chat with her. Then ask the students to turn to Page 23 and play the tape for them to do each exercise in turn. While they are listening, the teacher should pause and repeat the key sentences to help students understand. When checking the answers, explain some difficult listening points if necessary.

As to the parts Listening on Page 55 and Listening task on Page 58 in the Workbook, the teaching procedure can be approximately the same as the above.

Perhaps some students will find it hard to listen and understand listening materials. Encourage them not to give up. The more they listen to English, the easier it becomes.

教学重点Develop the students’ listening ability.

教学难点Get the students to listen and understand different listening materials.

教学方法1. Task-based listening     2. Cooperative learning

教具准备A tape recorder and other normal teaching tools

三维目标

Knowledge aims:

1. Get the students to learn some useful new words and expressions.

2. Get the students to know about the simile.

Ability aims:

1. Enable students to catch and understand the listening materials.

2. Develop the students’ ability to get special information and take notes while listening.

Emotional aims:

Get the students to know more about the Mekong Delta region by listening to and understand listening materials, thus stimulate the students’ love for nature.

教学过程

设计方案(一)

→Step 1 Revision

1. Check the homework exercises.

2. Ask some students to make a dialogue, using the Present Continuous Tense for future actions.

→Step 2 Warming up

1. Ask some students to talk about Part 1 THE DREAM AND THE PLAN.

2. Tell the students:We are going to listen to Part 3 CHATING WITH A GIRL. On the way to meet their cousins, the two travelers Wang Wei and Wang Kun see a girl walking along the road. Wan Kun stops to speak to her.

→Step 3 Listening

Turn to Page 23 and do each exercise in turn. Before listening, read aloud the tasks and make sure the students understand what to do. Try to guess what the listening is about.

1. Play the tape, then let the students do Exercise 2:Listen to Part 3 CHATING WITH A GIRL and tick the statement which tells main idea of the dialogue.

Check the answer with the whole class.

2. Play the tape again for the students to answer the following questions:

Where is the girl from?       What do people in Laos use the river for?

Why do people in Laos call the river “the sea of Laos”?     What is the river called in Tibet and Vietnam?

What other beautiful sights along the Mekong River in Laos?

3. Play the tape for the third time for students to finish the passage in Exercise 3.

Several minutes later, check the answers with the whole class. Play the tape again if necessary.

4. Get into pairs and continue the dialogue between Wang Kun and the girl, using the expressions for good wishes and farewells.

 →Step 4 Listening (on Page 55 in the Workbook)

Tell the students:Turn to Page 55. We are going to listen to Part 4 OCTOBER IN LAOS. Go through the tasks first and make sure you understand what to do.

1. Play the tape for the students to do Exercise 2:Listen to Part 4 of JOURNAL DOWN THE MEKONG and tick the words you hear on the tape.

2. Play the tape again for the students to do Exercise 3:Listen to this material again and answer the questions.

3. In groups make a list of adjectives to describe the countryside in Laos.

4. Check the answers with the whole class. Play the tape again if necessary.

→Step 5 Listening task (on Page 58 in the Workbook)

Tell the students:We are going to listen to Part 5 ON THE ROAD IN LAOS. In this part, Wang Kun is describing a few of the things they saw during their tour.

1. Before listening, look at the picture and discuss the questions.

1)Is this photo a modern one or was it take many years ago? How do you know?

2)What information can you get from the picture?

2. Play the tape for the students to write the main idea in one sentence.

3. Play the tape again for the students to fill in the information on the chart.

Life along the river in the past

Life along the river now

1

2

1

2

4. Discuss the questions.

1)How did Wang Kun and Wang Wei greet the old man?

2)What did they talk about?

3)Do people like the change of lifestyle? What about the old man’s attitude?

4)Why does the man prefer the old day of life?

Several minutes later, check the answers with the whole class. Play the tape again if necessary.

→Step 6 Homework

1. Finish off the Workbook exercises.

2. Try to retell Part 3 CHATING WITH A GIRL, Part 4 OCTOBER IN LAOS and Part 5 ON THE ROAD IN LAOS.

活动与探究

Go to the library to read or get online to search in order to find some places of interest in China and in the world. Take notes of your findings and tell the class which place you want to visit most.

Sample notes:

Of all the notable mountains in China, Mount Huangshan, to be found in the south of Anhui Province, is probably the most famous. Originally known as Mt. Yishan it was renamed Mt. Huangshan in 747 AD in recognition of the legendary Huang Di, who was the reputed ancestor of the Chinese people and who made magic pills for immortality here.

Wu yue is the collective name given to China’s most important mountains, namely Mt. Taishan in Shandong Province, Mt. Huashan in Shaanxi Province, Mt. Hengshan in Shanxi Province, Mt. Songshan in Henan Province and Mt. Hengshan in Hunan Province. It is said that you won’t want to visit any other mountains after seeing wu yue but you won’t wish to see even wu yue after returning from Mt. Huangshan. This saying may give you some idea of the beauty and uniqueness of Mt. Huangshan. Together with the Yellow River, the Yangtze River and the Great Wall, Mt. Huangshan has become one of the great symbols of China.

Mt. Huangshan can boast not only of its magnificence but also its abundant resources and great variety of zoological species, for which it has been listed as a World Natural and Cultural Heritage Site.

备课资料

 

Unit 3 Travel journal 4 - 紫霞仙客 - 紫霞仙客的博客

 

Unit 3 Travel journal 4 - 紫霞仙客 - 紫霞仙客的博客

 

Unit 3 Travel journal 4 - 紫霞仙客 - 紫霞仙客的博客

 

Unit 3 Travel journal 4 - 紫霞仙客 - 紫霞仙客的博客

 

 

Unit 3 Travel journal 4 - 紫霞仙客 - 紫霞仙客的博客

 

 

Listening text

Listening on Page 23

JOURNEY DOWN THE MEKONG

Part 3 CHATTING WITH A GIRL

On the way to meet their cousins, the two travelers see a girl (G)walking along the road. Wang Kun (WK)stops to speak to her.

WK:Hello!

G:Hello! Are you travelers? Where are you going?

WK:Yes, we are. We’re following the Mekong River from its start to where it joins the sea. We’ve been all through China and now we are going to follow the river in Laos.

G:I come from Laos. That’s our most important river. Do you know that it even appears on our national flag?

WK:Really?

G:Yes. We use the river for everything including washing, fishing and moving things around the country. We would be lost without it. It’s better than a road.

WK:Well, I suppose that’s why I’ve seen boats going up and down—they’re transporting goods and people.

G:Yes. We call it “the sea of Laos” because it is so useful and we are not close to the sea.

WK:How interesting! In Tibet the river was called “the water of the rocks” and in Vietnam it is known as “the river of the nine dragons”. Those names sound so beautiful.

G:Well, the Mekong River is very beautiful, especially when it enters Laos from Tibet. It goes through so many lovely places with mountains and thick forests. The scenery can take your breath away.

WK:I never realized that! In Tibet it was all waterfalls and rapids.

G:There are other beautiful sights along the Mekong River in our country. They include temples, caves and a waterfall. It is a protected area so you know it’s very special.

WK:Can we sleep by the river?

G:Yes, of course you can. There are many small villages along the river. You can stay there if you wish. The fish in the river and you can eat some wonderful soup there.

WK:We’ve already seen many different kinds of animals, plants and birds along the riverbank. We were happy to see them.

G:Well, there are many other things to discover about the Mekong River in Laos.

WK:Thank you so much for telling us so many things. Goodbye.

G:Goodbye.

Listening on Page 55 in the Workbook

JOURNEY DOWN THE MEKONG

Part 4 OCTOBER IN LAOS

We met Dao Wei and Yu Hang in Dali. They were glad to join us for the second week of our journey down the great river. Before we set out, we went to a small outdoor cafe and told them about what we had seen in Tibet. Along the way, children dressed in long wool coats stopped to look at us. I told them how it was so cold in the late evening that the water in our bottles froze. The lakes shone like glass in the moonlight. Few trees could be seen. I said we were so high in the mountains that we cycled through clouds. In the valleys, colorful butterflies flew around us. We saw many yaks and sheep eating green grass. That night we were too tired to make camp, so we slept in an inn for truck drivers. They told us many wonderful stories about life in this part of China.

The next day we went across the border into Laos. Most of its western border is made by the Mekong River. Laos, we learned, has the smallest number of people of any country in Southeast Asia. Much of the world knows little about it. As we cycled across the plains where rice grew, we could see many low mountains covered in trees. We had planned our trip well. We were told that autumn was the best time to be traveling here and it was true. It was cool and dry so there was no need to worry about floods along the river.

Listening task on Page 58 in the Workbook

JOURNEY DOWN THE MEKONG

Part 5 ON THE ROAD IN LAOS

On our third night in Laos, we slept in a village on little pieces of wood. The village had no lights. In a few houses, however, we could see candles. On the small road near the village, we heard only one truck all night.

The river was also quiet, like a man singing in a low voice from a boat as it slowly passed us. The next morning we made an early start and traveled quite far before lunch. Along the way, strange buses called tuk-tuks passed us. For lunch we ate a special noodle soup. After lunch we were tired, so we put our bikes next to many other bikes on a bus and we were driven to Vientiane. A cage of chickens sang for us all the way! The capital city of Laos was very busy. Trucks, buses, jeeps and motorbikes filled the streets. We got on our bikes again and went to see a famous Buddhist temple.

Early that evening we cycled south of the city and followed the river to a big waterfall. As it got dark, a bright orange moon appeared in the sky. The next morning we stopped to talk to an old man fishing on the Mekong. We greeted him with our hands put together, in the way of his people. He smiled and moved his head down a bit. He told us that during the rainy season the river became much larger. But, he said, the river is always rich in fish life. Indeed, he said, it has more different kinds of fish than any other river in Asia. He also told us about the changes on the river he had seen over the years. For him, the river was part of the only way of life he had ever known. Later that afternoon we cycled faster and farther, hoping to reach the border with Cambodia in two days.

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