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Unit2 Poems :Reading  

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教案1     Unit2  Poems

Reading

Teaching material:  NSEFC Book 6 —— Unit 2

Teaching Aims

To cultivate students’ interest of poetry and improve their reading skills.

Teaching Important & Difficult Points

How to help the students to grasp and remember the detailed information of the reading material.

Teaching aids: 

a tape recorder, a projector, Slides and Pictures

Teaching Procedure

Step 1 Warming up

1. Which poems and poets can you think of when seeing the following pictures?

 

 

 

 

 

 

静夜思  李白  床前明月光,疑是地上霜。 举头望明月,低头思故乡。

古风 其二  李绅  锄禾日当午,汗滴和下土。谁知盘中餐,粒粒皆辛苦。

望夫石 王健  望夫处,江悠悠。化为石,不回头。 山头日日风复雨,  行人归来石应语。

2. Match the following information.

Li Bai                                Song Dynasty

Du Fu                                Tang Dynasty

Fan Zhongyan                         Tang Dynasty

Meng Haoran                          Modern

Guo Moruo                            Modern

Mao Zedong                          Tang Dynasty

Byron                                 America

Shelly                                 England

Emerson                              England

Tagore                               Germany

Goethe                               India

Step 2 Brainstorming

Discuss the reasons why people write poems.

Fast reading

Scan the passage and answer the following questions.

1. What is the main topic of the reading passage?

2. What five kinds of poems does the reading passage talk about?

different forms of English poems

nursery rhymes, list poems, cinquain, haiku, Tang poems.

3. Scan the poems and fill in the following form.

Which poem

A

B

C

D

E

F

G

H

describes a person?

 

 

 

 

 

 

tells a story?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

describes an aspect of a person?

 

 

 

 

 

is about sport?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

is about things that don’t make sense?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

is recited to a baby?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

describes a river scene?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

has rhyming words at the end of lines?

 

 

 

 

 

 

repeats words and phrases?

 

 

 

 

 

 

Step 3 Careful reading

T: Now let’s read the following five poems and finish tasks.

Slide show

Listen to Poem A and pay attention to its rhyming lines and words.

Hush, little baby, don’t say a word,

Papa’s going to buy you a mockingbird.

               If that mockingbird won’t sing,

Papa’s going to buy you a diamond ring.

        If that diamond ring turns to brass,

Papa’s going to buy you a looking glass.

             If that looking-glass gets broke,

     Papa’s going to buy you a billy-goat.

                   If that billy-goat runs away,

   Papa is going to buy you another day.

Read the poem by yourself again and answer the following questions.

1. What’s the baby’s father going to buy if the looking-glass gets broken?

2. What is Papa going to buy for the baby if that billy-goat runs away?

3. What are the features of it?

Keys:

1. a billy -goat

2. another billy-goat

3. It has strong rhythm and rhyme and has a lot of repetition.

Poem C

Our first football match

We would have won…

 If Jack had just scored that goal,

 If we’d had just a few more minutes,

 If we had trained harder,

 If Ben had passed the ball to Joe,

 If we’d had thousands of fans screaming,

 If I hadn’t taken my eye off the ball,

 If we hadn’t stayed up so late the night before,       

 If we hadn’t taken it easy,

 If we hadn’t run out of energy,

 We would have won…

 If we’ve been better!

Questions

1. Did his or her team win the game?

2. Why his or her team didn’t win the game?

3. Does the speaker really believe his or her own excuse? How do you know?

Keys:

1. No, his or her team didn’t win.

2. The players didn’t win because: Jack didn’t score that goal; they didn’t have enough time; they hadn’t trained hard….

3. The speaker doesn’t really believe his or her own    excuses, because there has too many ifs…

Poem D&E

1. What subject is the speaker writing about?

2. Does the speaker like the subject? Give a reason for your answer.

T: We have enjoyed so many English poems. Some are traditional forms of English poetry but some are not, for example haiku. (It comes from Japanese).

In fact English speaker also have borrowed from another kind of Asian poetry---Tang poems from China. Poem H at the bottom of this passage is a translation from the Chinese.

Poem H

Where she awaits her husband,

On and on the river flows

Never looking back,

Transformed into stone.

Day by day upon the mountain top,

 wind and rain revolve.

Should the journey return,

 this stone would utter speech.

                       (By Wang Jian)

望夫石

    王健

望夫处,江悠悠。 化为石,不回头。

山头日日风复雨, 行人归来石应语。

Discussion

1. What is the story that the poem tells? Tell the story in your own words.

The poem tells a story about a woman who was waiting on the mountain top foe her husband. The story goes like this: A loyal wife kept standing on a mountain top waiting for her husband’s coming back. Year after year the wife became a stone which looks like a woman watching into far distance.

2. Circle one or more of the feelings below that you think the woman has. Give reasons for your answers:

loneliness     joy       love       trust

             anger       hate       sorrow

Reasons

Loneliness: She was alone watching her husband on the mountain top.

Love: She waited year after year despite wind and rain.

Trust: She believed her husband would come back one day.

Sorrow: Year after year, she waited and waited without seeing any hope of her husband’s coming back, she was very sad.

Step 4 Summary

After enjoying these five types of poem, can you tell me the names of these five types? And how about their features?

Forms of poems

features

Nursery rhymes(A)

 

Strong rhythm and rhyme, a lot of repetition, easy to learn and to recite

List poems (B and C)

Repeated phrases and some rhymes

Cinquain (D and E)

 

Made up of five lines, convey a strong picture in just a few words

Haiku            (F and G)

Give a clear picture and create a special feeling in just a few words

Tang poems           (H)

The translations have a free form.

 

Step 5 Homework

1. Review the text and pay attention to some key words, phrases, and sentences.

2. Recite more English poems.

3. Surf the internet to appreciate more English poems.

 

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