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Unit 1 Friendship 6  

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Unit 1 Friendship

Period 6 Using Language

(Listening and Writing)

整体设计

从容说课

This is the sixth teaching period of this unit. We can first review some important language points the students learned in the last several periods. The emphasis of this period should be laid on listening and writing. They are expansion of the topic of the text. Listening is about Lisa’s problem of making a friend with a boy. She asks Miss Wang for advice. Through listening and exercise, students learn how to give advice and the skill of giving advice. And also let them think about the problem of boy’s making friends with girls and girls with boys. And then design a task to ask students to give advice according to the different problems to develop their ability to solve the problems. All of these lay the foundation for the next task—writing. In this way, students feel that they have information to put out. And writing makes for the improvement of students’ writing ability, strengthening their comprehension of friendship.

The two letters, listening and letter writing prepare students to further talk about friendship, especially the problems with misunderstanding, and unfriendliness, thus strengthen students’ abilities to practice language, discover, and solve problems.

教学重点

Develop the students’ listening ability, especially listening to and understanding key words and speakers’ intention and attitude.

教学难点

Develop the students’ writing skills by reading, discussing and writing a letter to give advice on friendship.

教学方法

1. Task-based teaching and learning    2. Cooperative learning      3. Discussion

教具准备

A tape recorder and other normal teaching tools

三维目标

Knowledge aims:

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

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2. Get the students to know how to write a letter to offer advice.

Ability aims:

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

2. Enable the students to write a letter to offer advice on friendship.

Emotional aims:

Develop and improve the students’ ability to help others solve such problems as how to communicate with people, how to make and be good friends, and so on.

教学过程

设计方案(一)

→Step 1 Revision

Have a dictation about new words and expressions:ignore calm cheat loose concern suffer purpose entirely teenager trust hide away set down according to face to face go through a series of in order to walk the dog get along with add up

→Step 2 Reading and listening(on Page 6)

1. Lead-in

Talk freely with the students to lead in the listening topic. Just like the following:

Do you remember what Ann’s best friend is? Is it a man or a thing?

Guess what my best friend is. (Say something about music, pets or plants. )

So you see a man can make friends with anyone and anything.

Then boys, would you like to make friends with girls? Girls, would you like to make friends with boys? What kind of girl would you like to make friends with? And what kind of boy would you like to make friends with?

If you see a boy classmate makes a friend with a girl, will you say something about them behind? (If no, you are kind. If yes, you are a gossiper. )

If you are that boy or girl, would you like to be gossiped about?

2. Reading

Read the letter. Lisa has such a problem. She is asking you for help. What advice will you give? You are given 2 minutes to discuss in groups and then offer your group’s opinions.

3. Listening

Tell the students:Besides you, Lisa also asks Miss Wang of Radio for Teenagers for help. What advice does Miss Wang give to Lisa? Let’s listen to what she says.

Listen for 3 times and do listening exercises. A fourth time for checking.

4. Post-listening

Tell the students:Do you think Miss Wang’s advice is helpful? Now suppose you are editors of Radio for Teenagers, here are some problems for you to offer advice.

Show the following on the screen. Tell the students they can choose any problem as they like to write down their advice.

1. I don’t have enough pocket money.

2. I’m not satisfied with my appearance.

3. My desk mate has lost a reference book, she thinks that I’m a thief.

4. I work hard but I hardly make progress.

5. I want to travel to Wu Zhen Town with my fiends this weekend, but my parents don’t allow me to go.

6. I don’t like the way Mr. Li teaches us English, so I’m not interested in English any longer.

7. My mother has just given birth to my little brother. I’m worried that the baby will rob me of my parents’ love and even everything.

8. I quarreled with my best friend 3 days ago. Up to now, we haven’t said a word to each other.

9. I’d like to be monitor, but at the same time I doubt whether I have such ability.

10. I’m often late for school. The teacher is so angry that he threatens that if I’m late again, I will be dismissed.

Ask several students to report their advice.

→Step 3 Writing (on Page 7)

1. Pre-writing

1)Read a letter from a student named Xiaodong. Go through the directions on Page 7.

2)Brainstorm with a partner about ways to change the situation. Make a list of the ideas and give reasons.

3)Decide which are the best ideas and put them into the right order.

2. While-writing

Ask the Ss to write a letter to Xiaodong and give him some advice.

Suggested steps:

1)Read the sample and the expressions.

2)Begin to write the letter to Xiaodong.

3)Revise your letter by yourself.

4)Exchange your writing paper with your partners and correct the mistakes you have made.

5)Get back your own writing paper and write the letter again.

3. Post-writing

Have a discussion in groups.

1)Can you give Xiaodong some good advice?

2)Is your letter well developed?

3)Are your ideas well organized to the point?

4)Do you have a good choice of words and idioms in your writing?

5)Do you get a good mastery of complex structures of language?

6)What kind of mistakes have you made in your writing? What can you do to avoid such mistakes?

Choose some students’ writing paper and show them in the class. Ask the Ss to correct the mistakes together and also learn from some good writings.

→Step 4 Workbook

Writing task (on Page 46)

1. Read the proverbs, explain them and ask the students to choose some they agree with and some they disagree with and explain why.

2. Discuss with their partner and then write a passage according to the sample story and “Analyzing the structure”.

→Step 5 Homework

1. Finish off the workbook exercises.

2. Write a short passage about your friend.

板书设计

Unit 1 Friendship

Listening and Writing

new words and expressions

writing steps

teenager get along with fall in love advice questionnaire quiz editor communicate habit

1. Make a list of the information.

2. Begin to write the letter.

3. Revise your letter.

. . .

活动与探究

Get the students to hold a group writing competition out of class. Ask them to describe one of their friends—their appearance, personality, hobbies, etc. This activity makes for the improvement of students’ writing ability, strengthening their comprehension of friendship, and also developing their cooperative spirit and sense of competition.

Sample description:

I have a few good friends, but I think Miki is my best friend. We both read a lot and we’re very interested in films. We spend a lot of time watching videos and talking about films and books. She works hard. She is very helpful. Whenever I am in trouble, she will help me out. . .

备课资料

1. Listening texts

Reading, listening and writing (on Page 6)

Dear Lisa,

There is nothing wrong with you and this boy being friends and studying together. And no matter what other students say, it is possible for a boy and a girl to be just good friends. Ending your friendship with this boy would be a stupid thing to do. Not only would you lose a good friend, but you would also lose someone who is helping you with your studies.

Teenagers like to gossip, and they often see something that doesn’t exist. Perhaps they can’t understand your friendship with this boy. But that’s no reason to throw it away. You should feel sorry for those students who have never enjoyed such a friendship. My advice is to ignore your gossiping classmates. That way you will show them that you are more grown up than they are.

Yours,

Wang Fei

Listening (on Page 41)

Do you keep a diary? Is there anybody or anything so special to you that you would like to write it down? You may say to yourself, “I will put this away for now, but later in my life I will read it again and think about what happened to me when I was young. ” Why do you wish to do this? Because you don’t want to forget it, whether it is good or bad. You are afraid that you will not be able to remember what really happened or how you felt about it at the time. Most important, perhaps, you hope to keep your memories of the person, place or thing, especially if it changed your life.

That is why some of us put our thoughts into a diary. A diary is very personal. It is usually filled with writing that you want to keep only for yourself. In other words, you don’t wish to share what you have written with anyone else. So, in a diary the writer and the reader are the same person—you. Sure, you might decide to share your secret thoughts and feelings with your best friend, but you will not read everything to her or him. A diary is often only interesting to the person who keeps it. Now you may have a better understanding of why Anne thought her diary a good friend to her.

Listening task (on Page 43)

On Saturday evening I asked Peter whether he thought I ought to tell Daddy about our friendship. When we’d discussed it a little, he decided that I should. I was glad, because it showed he was a good person. As soon as I got downstairs, I went off with Daddy to get some water. While we were on the stairs I told him about Peter and my friendship. Daddy didn’t reply right away and then he said, “I think you must be careful, Anne. We live so close together here. ” On Sunday morning he called me and we talked about it again. “Anne, I have thought about what you said. I think you must not talk to him alone so often. This is a special situation. If you were outside like everyone else, you would see other boys and girls and you could do all kinds of other things. But here, you are a lot together and if you want to get away you can’t. You see each other 24 hours a day—in fact all the time. ”

Then on Friday he showed he was not pleased with me. He had thought that after our talk on Sunday I would not go upstairs every evening. But I did not agree, so I continued to talk to Peter every evening.

2. Further reading

Passage 1

Friendship is indispensable to people’s life. A man without friends is an angel without wings, whose life will suffer in the long tolerance of loneliness and depression. Friendship is the mother of our psyche, who’ll warm her kid when hurt occurs. We have much to share with our friends in life, perplexity, excitement, bitterness etc. Alas, it’s magnificent to maintain a genuine friendship.

It takes many special qualities to make a friend. Understanding should come first. Only when we get a better understanding of each other can we gain an authentic and meaningful friendship. We may find our hobbies of common interests. This feeling of affinity gets us closer and closer.

Never hesitate to show your heartfelt care and kindness to your friend when he/she is in trouble. Love is not selfish. Love is endowed by God that we should treasure all our life.

Tolerance is the third essential part in friendship. We are absolutely different persons. This individual distinction may cause conflict between us in every aspect of our life. Don’t immerse ourselves in this infliction too long. Try to tolerant his/her in an introspective mood. Saints are not perfect, let alone those ordinary people like us. Afterwards, we should get a good communication. Never shy to confess.

Understanding, love and tolerance are the first three essences that come to an authentic friendship. Other qualities are also concerned such as thoughtfulness, trust and patience. Remember, friendship is your psyche’s guard, so treasure it.

Passage 2

Friends play an important part in our lives, and although we may take friendship for granted, we often don’t clearly understand how we make friends. While we get on well with a number of people, we are usually friends with only a very few—for example, the average among students is about 6 per person. In all the cases of friendly relationships, two people like one another and enjoy being together. But beyond that, the degree of intimacy between them and the reasons for the shared interests vary enormously. As we get to know people we take into account things like age, race, economic conditions, social position, and intelligence. Although these factors are not of prime importance, it is more difficult to get on with people when there is a marked difference in age and background.

Some friendly relationships can be kept on argument and discussion, but it is usual for close friends to have similar ideas and beliefs, to have attitudes and interests in common—they often talk about “being on the same wavelength. ” It generally takes time to reach this point. And the more intimately involved people become, the more they rely on one another. People want to do friends favors and hate to break a promise. Equally, friends have to learn to put up with annoying habits and try to tolerate differences of opinion.

In contrast with marriage, there are no friendship ceremonies to strengthen the association between two persons. But the supporting and understanding of each other that results from shared experiences and emotions does seem to create a powerful bond, which can overcome differences in background, and break down barriers of age, class or race.

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