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新目标九年级Unit 8-1st period教案

Unit 8 I’ll help clean up the city parks.

. Analysis of the Teaching Material

1. Status and Function

In this unit, students learn to express what kind of volunteer work they would like to do. And they will know much about the volunteers and volunteer work. And they will learn to choose a volunteer job based on their own skills. Students will understand to do some volunteer work is good for both themselves and the others. All the students will be interested in the volunteers and volunteer work and they will make great progress in English after learning this unit.

(1) The first period mainly provides some new vocabulary to the students, especially some phrasal verbs. Most new vocabulary and phrasal verbs are very useful on helping the children express what they would like to do and what they could do. And the first period gives the children lots of practice in writing, listening and speaking with the target language.

(2)The activities in the second period provide the students much more listening practice and oral practice using the target language. And the students will get chances to practice the phrasal verbs by listening and speaking. All these will help

much in improving the students’ English.

(3) In the third period, students will read an article on volunteers. They will practice getting detailed information from an article. And they will do some writing and oral practice as well. Students can improve their reading skill and know more about the volunteers.

(4) The fourth period provides much practice on understanding and using the new phrasal verbs. It also gives much more listening and speaking practice. Students will enjoy the story of Jimmy and make much progress in listening.

(5) The fifth period will train the students how to make notes based on an article. It also provides some practice on phrasal verbs. Students can do much speaking practice through groupwork as well.

(6)The sixth period is designed to train the students’ writing skill. It also provides some more practice on using the new phrasal verbs.

2. Teaching Aims and Demands

(1) Knowledge Objects

In this unit, students learn to express the volunteer work they would like to do and give suggestions to the others. They will also learn some new phrasal verbs.

(2) Ability Objects

To train the students to use the phrasal verbs, and to train the students’ listening, speaking and writing skills using the target language.

(3) Moral Object

Being a volunteer is great!

3. Teaching Key Points

To help students learn and grasp the phrasal verbs and the target language.

To let students know something about the volunteer work.

4. Teaching Difficult Points

To train students’ listening, speaking, reading and writing skills with the target language.

To train the students to use the phrasal verbs.

5. Studying Way

Get students to be interested in volunteer work and do something really on it.

. Language Function

Offer help

. Target Language

 1. I’d like to work outside.

 2. I’ll help clean up the city parks.

 3. You could give out food at a food bank.

. Structure

 Phrasal verbs

. Vocabulary

put off, hand out, call up, give away, run out of, clean up, set up, take after, fix up, cheer up, give out hunger, sign, repair.

Ⅵ. Recycling

come up with, put up, think up hospital, park, bank, food, lunch, bike, money, outside, volunteer, advertisement

. Learning Strategies

 Sequencing

 Deducing

. Teaching Time

 Seven periods

 

The First Period

. Teaching Aims and Demands

1. Knowledge Objects

(1) Key Vocabulary

    clean up, hunger, homeless, cheer up, give out, volunteer, food, bank

(2) Target Language

    I’d like to work outside.

    You could give out food at a food bank.

2. Ability Objects

 (1) Train the students to express offering to help with the target language.

 (2) Train the students’ listening skill.

3. Moral Object

    Offer help to the others as much as possible.

. Teaching Key Points

1. Key Vocabulary

   clean up, hunger, homeless, cheer up, give up

2. Target Language

   How to express offering to help with target language.

. Teaching Difficult Points

1. Teach the students how to use the new phrasal verbs.

2. Teach the students to express offering to help with target language.

. Teaching Methods

1. Teaching by giving sample sentences and making up sentences.

2. Teaching by showing pictures.

. Teaching Aids

1. A tape recorder

2. Some pictures on volunteer’s offering help

. Teaching Procedures

Step Revision

1. Revise the language points in Unit 7.

Ask some questions like this: Where would you like to go on vacation? (I’d like to/I’d love to/l hope to… )Why?

(Because…)

2. Revise the contents in Unit 7. Say to the class like this:

Who can say something about Singapore?

What things do you like there and what things don’t you like about it?

Ask them to give the answers without looking at the books.

3. Check homework by asking some students to read their sentences they’ve made with the verbs. Let them hand in their homework.

4. Dictate ten words in Unit 7.

Step la

This activity introduces the key vocabulary and provides some writing practice.

In this unit we learn to offer to help.

We’ll use some phrasal verbs. Each phrasal verbs has two or three words, such as clean up, cheer up, give out.

Here is an example on how to use clean up. Look at the title of Unit 8. I’ll help clean up the city parks. Repeat it twice, please.

Ask the children to read the title twice.

Then go on saying, "clean up means make a place clean and tidy, put things there in order". Let’s see another example, We should always clean up after a picnic.

Who can explain this sentence in your own, words?

Ask one student to explain the sentence.

He or she may say like this. This sentences means we should burn wastepaper, collect litter and empty bottles, etc.

Then say to the class. Who can make more sentences with clean up?

Ask several students to share their sentences to the class.

Do the same with the other phrasal verbs.

Some sample sentences

1. clean up—make a place clean and tidy, put things in order

We should always clean up the dirty parts of the sea.

2. cheer up—make someone feel happy

The good news cheers everyone up.

3. give out—hand out, distribute

Lin Tao helped the teacher give out the new textbooks to the class.

Read the instructions to the students.

Please look at the picture now. We can see a bulletin board and two children in it. What is the bulletin board about?

Help students to answer: Volunteer Today!

Then continue saying, "Who can tell me the meaning of volunteer?"

Ask one student to try to explain it. Then tell them the meaning of it. Volunteer means a person who offers to do something unpleasant or dangerous. It means a person who offers to help the others sometimes. Volunteer is used as a verb in this lesson.

Draw the students’ attention to the three posters on the board.

We can see one sentence in each poster.

And we can see some people in each poster, too. What are the volunteers doing in each poster? Please work in pairs and talk about the posters.

Give the students a few minutes to talk about what they will say. Let them talk about all the three items. Move around and help the pairs as needed.

Then read the sentences in the posters to the class. Ask the pairs of students to explain what the sentence means in their own words. Or tell what the volunteers are doing in the posters.

For example, for the first poster, a pair might say:

It means there is trash in the park. There are papers on the ground. We can help clean up the park by picking up papers and trash. We can make the park clean.

After the students have finished all the items, ask the students to add some other ways they can help people. Get them to write the ways down in the box below the picture.

At last, ask some students to share their ideas with the class. Write any new words or phrases on the board and explain these words to the class, if necessary.

Some sample answers:

Visit some single elderly people and help them with housework.

Help clean up the neighbourhood.

Cheer up the people who look sad.

Help the teacher give out the papers to the students.

Save money to help the poorer children.

Step 1b

This activity gives students practice in understanding the target language in spoken conversation.

Call the students’ attention to the two lists in the box in Activity lb. Ask some students to read the eight sentences on the lists to the class. Explain any new words and phrases in it.

Make sure that all the students can understand the meanings of the eight items.

Then get the children to read the instructions together.

Say, we will hear four conversations.

Your task is to match the items in the two lists. We can see the blanks in front of the first line of each conversation. Listen to the conversations and write the letter in front of the first line of each conversation. Put the letters of the second line of conversations in right places.

Point out the sample answer to the class.

Play the recording the first time. Tell the students to only listen.

Then play the recording a second time.

Tell them to write a letter in front of each numbered sentence this time.

Check the answers.

Answers

1. c 2. a 3. d 4. b

Tapescript

Conversation 1

Boy 1: I’d like to work outside.

Girl 1:You could help clean up the city parks.

Conversation 2

Boy 2:I’d like to help homeless people.

Girl 1:You could give out food at the food bank.

Conversation 3

Girl 2:I’d like to cheer up sick kids.

Girl 1: You could visit them in the hospital.

Conversation 4

Girl 1:I’d like to help kids with their schoolwork.

Girl 2:You could volunteer in an after-school study program.

Optional activity

Ask the students to choose a volunteer job they might like to do and draw a picture of it. They can draw a picture like the posters in the textbook. They can also add a sentence describing the job. They may do this in several groups. After they’ve finished, display the pictures on a bulletin board and discuss these pictures with the class.

Step 1c

This activity provides guided oral practice using the target language.

Read the instructions with the class.

Call their attention to the example in the speech bubbles in Activity la. Ask a pair of students to read this conversation to a class. Then let them practice in pairs.

Note their pronunciation of "like to" in phrases such as, I’d like to help hungry people. Tell them English speakers usually pronounce the words "like to" as if they were spelled like-tuh.

Play the I’d like to statements on the recording to demonstrate this pronunciation.

After they’ve finished practicing the sample conversation, ask them to make up similar conversations based on the other two posters. Get two pairs to demonstrate two conversations first. They may say like this:

SA: I’d like to cheer up sick kids.

SB: You could visit sick children in the hospital.

SA: I’d like to help homeless people.

SB: You could give out food at a food bank.

Then let the whole class practice in pairs.

After that, play the recording of activity 1b and let the children read after it twice.

Then ask them to practice similar conversations using the information in Activity 1b.

Step Summary

Say, In this class, we’ve learned how to express offering help. And we’ve learned several phrasal verbs. At last, we did some oral practice using target language.

 

Step Homework

1. Make up one sentence with each of the following phrasal verbs:

clean up, cheer up, give out

2. Write out three conversations of activity 1c.

 

Step Blackboard Design

 

Unit 8 I’ll help clean up the city parks,

Section A

The First Period

Phrasal verbs:

1. clean up—make a place clean and tidy, put things in order

We should always clean up the dirty parts of the sea.

2. cheer up—make someone feel happy

The good news cheers everyone up.

3. give out—hand out, distribute

Lin Tao helped the teacher give out the new textbooks to the class.

 

新目标九年级U8-2nd period教案

The Second Period

. Teaching Aims and Demands

Knowledge Objects

(1) Key Vocabulary

clean-up, sign, put off, set up, establish, come up with

(2) Target Language

I’ll help clean up the city parks.

2. Ability Objects

(1) Train the students’ listening skill.

(2) Train the students’ communicative competence using the target language.

(3) Train the students to use the new phrasal verbs: cheer up, set up, come up with, put off/

3. Moral Object

Plan a City Parks Clean-up Day with your good friends and come up with some ideas to tell people about it.

. Teaching Key Points

1. Listening practice with target language.

2. Make communications with target language.

3. How to use the phrasal verbs.

. Teaching Difficult Points

1. Make communications with target language.

2. Use the phrasal verbs.

. Teaching Methods

1. Listening

2. Pairwork

3. Role play the conversation

. Teaching Aids

A tape recorder

. Teaching Procedures

Step Revision

1. Revise the knowledge points on Page 60. Ask several students to tell some ways they could help people with books closed.

2. Check homework by asking several pairs to read their conversations which they wrote down.

3. Check homework by asking some students to read their sentences with the phrasal verbs. Let them hand in their homework.

Step 2a

This activity provides listening practice using the target language.

We can see five pictures in Activity 2a.

What can you see in each picture?

Ask five different students to describe the pictures. They may say like this:

Picture 1: We can see a TV screen in Picture 1.

Picture 2: There is a girt putting a sign on the board.

Picture 3: A boy is making a call.

Picture 4: We can see a copy of newspaper with the advertisement.

Picture 5: A boy is giving out advertisements to people.

After that, ask a student to read the words on the TV screen, on the sign and in the newspaper.

We’ll hear some students at a club meeting. They are talking about how their club can help clean up the city parks.

Ask the class to read the instructions together. Tell them to note the box of each picture, they will have to tick in the boxes of the items they hear on the recording.

Now listen to the club members talking about what they can do to clean up the city parks and tick in the right small boxes.

Play the recording the first time.

Students only listen.

Play the recording again. Ask students to check the things they hear.

Check the answers.

Answers

The following pictures should be checked: b c c

Tapescript

Boy 1: OK. Now we need to come up with a plan to tell people about the city park clean-up.

Girl 1: Yeah, but I’m hungry, Bob. let’s have lunch first.

Girl 2: No, we can’t put off making a plan. Clean-up Day is only two weeks from now.

Boy 2: You’re right. Sally, while we talk, I’ll write down all our ideas. Then we can decide which ideas are best.

Girl 1: Um… Well … we could put up signs.

Boy 2: That’s a good idea!

Girl 2: I’11 hand out advertisements after school.

Boy 1: OK. Great! And we could each call up ten people and ask them to come.

Boy 2: Hey, we’ve coming up with a lot of good ideas, aren’t we?

Step 2b

This activity provides listening and writing practice using the target language.

Read the instructions with the class. And let them have a look at the sentences.

Read the first sentence to the students.

Tell them it is a sample answer.

Say, We will hear the same recording again. This time listen carefully to what the students say and fill in the blanks in the sentences.

Play the tape again and the students write out the answers.

Check the answers.

Answers

1. come up with

2. put off

3. write down

4. put up

5. hand out

6. call up

 

Step 2c

This activity provides guided oral practice using the target language.

Ask students to look at the sample conversation first. Ask a pair to read it to the class.

Ask the class to read the instructions together.

Say. You’ll work in pairs to role play the conversation in Activity 2b.

Each pair will make a conversation like the sample one. You can use the sentences in Activity 2b as a guide.

Ask the students to work in pairs. More around the classroom, checking the progress of the pairs and offering help as needed.

Ask one or two pairs to say their conversations to the class.

 

Step Grammar Focus

This activity introduces several phrasal verbs.

Say, Do you remember the meaning of cheer up? Who can tell us?

Ask a student to explain the phrasal verb cheer up like this:

Cheer up means make someone happy.

Then get students to make up some sentences with it.

Say, Let’s learn some more phrasal verbs today. Please open your books at page 61. Look at the content in Grammar Focus and try to tell me the meanings of set up and come up with.

Ask two children to tell their meanings like this:

Set up means establish or start.

Come up with means think up.

Then get students to read the sample sentences in the grammar box.

Write the phrasal verbs and the sentences on the blackboard.

Get students to make more sentences with these phrasal verbs to get a further understanding.

 

Step Summary

Say, In this class, we’ve done some listening and writing practice with target language. We also did some oral practice in pairs. And we’ve discussed some phrasal verbs as well.

 

Step Homework

1. Write two conversations like the sample in Activity 2c.

2. Make up one sentence with each of the following phrasal verbs: set up, come up with, put off, hand out, call up

 

Step Blackboard Design

 

Unit 8 I’ll help clean up the city parks.

Section A

The Second Period

Phrasal verb:

cheer up He looks sad. Let’s cheer him up.

set up We are going to set up a food

bank to help angry people.

come up with We need to come up with some ideas.

 

新目标九年级U8-3rd period教案

The Third Period

. Teaching Aims and Demands

1. Knowledge Objects

(1) Key Vocabulary

major, commitment, veterinarian, coach

(2) Target Language

I’d like to join the school volunteer project.

You could help coach a football team for little kids.

2. Ability Objects

 Train students’ reading skill.

 Train students’ speaking skill with target language.

 Train students’ writing skill with target language.

3. Moral Object

If there is a student volunteer project in your school, try to join it; if not, try to set up one; being a volunteer is great!

. Teaching Key Points

1. Guide students to read the article in Activity 3a.

2. Help students to use the target language to express what kinds of volunteer work they could do and what they like to do.

1. Teaching Difficult Points

1. Read the article for comprehension.

2. Use the target language to express what kinds of volunteer work they could do and what they like to do.

. Teaching Methods

1. Pairwork

2. Role play

. Teaching Aids

Some pictures that the volunteers are working, or some signs of the volunteers’ clubs.

. Teaching Procedures

Step Revision

 1. Check the homework by asking some children to read their conversation.

 2. Check the homework by asking some children to share their sentences with the phrasal verbs with the class.

 3. Revise the target language they learned last class. Ask several pairs to talk about the ways they could help people, using the conversation in the speech bubbles in activity la as a sample.

Step 3a

This activity provides reading practice using the target language.

Have the students look at the picture of the three children. Ask them who they think the children are.

Then call the students’ attention to the title of the article and ask the children to read it out. Ask them the question again.

This time they may answer. They are three volunteers.

Read the instructions to the students.

This is an article about volunteers. You have two tasks to do: first underline the kinds of work the volunteers do; second circle the reasons why they like their work.

Continue saying. The names of the three volunteers are Li Huiping, Lan Pei and Zhu Ming. The article tells you about the different things they do to help people.

Please read the article the first time and underline the things they do. There are three questions on the blackboard to help you.

Write the three questions on the blackboard and tell them to scan the passage to get the answers and underline the words.

Questions

 1. What does Li Huiping do to help people as a volunteer?

 2. What does Lan Pei do?

 3. What does Zhu Ming do?

Check the answers by asking three students to answer the questions.

Read the article to the class and do some explanation on any new words. Tell the students to raise their hands when I come to any word or sentence they don’t understand. Pause and do some explanation.

Try to explain the new words in English like this: major means more important, for example, a major operation, the major roads; A veterinarian means an animal doctor, a doctor who treats animals.

After that, get the students to read the article a second time to circle the reasons.

Check the answers with the class.

Then have the students read the article loudly twice. Encourage them to ask questions if they still can’t understand any words or sentences.

Move around the classroom and answer the students’ questions.

Answers

Underlined words: She helps young children learn to read after school. …volunteers every Saturday morning at an animal hospital… sings for groups of people at the City Hospital.

Circled words: You can do the things you love to do…he has learned a lot about animals …he has met some wonderful people at the hospital.

Step 3b

This activity provides reading and writing practice using the target language.

Read the instructions to the students.

And tell them I love English. I could teach English in an after-school program.

Hui loves playing football. What could Hui do if he wants to join the school volunteer project?

Help the students answer. He could coach a fcf6tball team for little kids.

Tell them coach means teach or train.

Then ask the students to look at the table in Activity 3b.

We can see three columns in this form.

There are four names in the first column.

And we can know what each of them loves doing from the second column, the column of loves. Now our task is to fill in the blanks in the third column, the column of Could. Get the students to discuss in pairs and fill the results of their discussions in the blanks.

Move around the classroom to make sure that they are discussing in English and offer them help as necessary.

Ask several pairs to report their answers to the class. Answers will vary but should show a sense of volunteering as well as a relationship to the skill.

They may give answers in completely sentences orally but write in phrases.

Sample answers

 

Name

Loves

Could

Hui

Football

coach a football team for kids

Xiao Tang

writing stories

give a talk on how to write stories

Joy

movies

help give out posters for a cinema

Wei

music

play music to cheer up the sad people

 

Step 3c

This activity provides listening and speaking practise using the target language.

Ask a pair of the students to model the sample conversation first.

SA: I’d like to join the school volunteer project, but I’m not sure what I should do.

SB: What do you like doing?

SA: I love playing football.

SB: Well, you could help coach a football team for little kids.

Write the conversation on the blackboard.

Model for the rest of the class.

Then let the whole class practice in pairs. Remind them to use the sample conversation, but replace the words loves and skills.

Move around the classroom while they are working, checking the progress and offering help as necessary.

Ask two or three pairs to share their conversations to the class.

 

Step Part 4

This activity provides written and oral practice using the target language.

Read the instructions to the class.

Call the students’ attention to the clart on the left. Point out the titles Things I like to do and volunteer work I could do to the students.

At first, each of you writes down three things you like to do on the lines in the column of Things I like to do. You can write in either complete sentences or phrases. For example, you can fill in the blank with I love drawing pictures, or Drawing pictures.

Get the students to write down their own answers individually.

As students write, move around the room helping with vocabulary if necessary.

Show some pictures of volunteers’ work to remind them as well. Ask several to read their things they like to do to the class.

Then work in pairs and give each other suggestions about what volunteer work you could do with those interests. Ask a pair to model the sample conversation before they begin to practice.

SA:I like to read about Chinese history.

What kind of volunteer work do you think I could do?

SB: You could start a Chinese History Club.

Write the conversation on the blackboard.

Get students to practice in pairs.

As the students practice, move around the classroom, correcting some mistakes they may make and helping them answer the questions.

Tell them to fill in the blanks in the column of Volunteer work I could do with the suggestions that their partners have given them.

After all of them have finished writing, ask one or two pairs to share their conversations to the class.

Sample answers

 

Things I like to do

Volunteer work I could do

1. I love drawing pictures.

2. I like to travel.

3. I like visiting museum.

I could design a wall newspaper for our class.

I could guide the tourists in our city.

I could help look after the things on display.

 

Step Summary

In this class, we’ve learned more about the volunteers and their work. And we’ve done much oral and written practice on volunteer work with target language.

Step Ⅶ Homework

1. Write a conversation like the sample on in Activity 3c.

2. Write a conversation like the sample one in Activity 4.

 

Step Blackboard Design

 

Unit 8 I’ll help clean up the city parks.

Section A

The Third Period

Target language:

1. I’d like to join the school volunteer project, but I’m not sure what I should do.

What do you like doing?

I love playing football.

Well, you could help coach a football team for little kids.

2. I like to read about Chinese history.

What kind of volunteer work do you think I could do?

You could start a Chinese History Club.

 

新目标九年级U8-4th period教案

The Fourth Period

. Teaching Aims and Demands

1. Knowledge Objects

(1) Key Vocabulary

run out of, take after, fix up, give away, repair, not…any more, similar advertisements

(2)Target Language

What do you do, Jimmy?

I fix up bikes and give them away.

2. Ability Objects

(1) Train the students’ reading, writing, speaking and listening skills with the target language.

(2) Train the students to use the new phrasal verbs.

3. Moral Object

 Come up with a good idea to help others. It will bring you much enjoyment.

. Teaching Key Points

1. Train the students’ reading, writing, speaking and listening skills with the target language.

2. Teach the students to use the new phrasal verbs properly.

. Teaching Difficult Point

Teach the new phrasal verbs.

. Teaching Methods

1. Making up sentences

2. Listening

3. Pairwork

. Teaching Aid

A. tape recorder.

. Teaching Procedures

Step I Revision

1. Revise the contents of the article in Activity 3a. Section A by asking some questions like these.

Questions

1. What does Li Huiping love to do?

And what does she do as a volunteer?

2. What does Lan Pei love and what does he plan to be when he leaves school? Where does he spend every Saturday working?

3. What about Zhu Ming? Say something about Zhu Ming.

4. What do they say about their volunteer work?

5. What do they plan to do?

2. Check the homework by asking some students to read the conversations they wrote. Correct any mistakes they might have made. Let them hand in their homework.

Step 1a

This activity introduces new target language.

Read the instructions to the students.

Make sure that each one knows what to do.

Let the students look at the sentences in the left column first. Try to explain the four sentences in English for the children, especially the new phrasal verbs in the sentences. Say to them like this:

Please look at the sentences on the left column. Let’s get the meanings of them.

Let’s see the first one. I’ve run out of it

Here, run out of is a phrasal verb. It means reach an end of, use up or become short of. I’ve run out of it, means I’ve used it up, nothing left.

Explain the other sentences in the same way like this.

2. I take after my mother.

 take after——be like sb. or be similar to sb.

 I take after my mother. ——I am like my mother.

3. I fixed it up.

 fix up——install, fit together and place in position, repair, renew

 I fixed it up. ——I installed it, or I repair it.

4. I gave it away.

 give away——make a present of, donate

 I gave it away.——I donated it. I gave it to someone without money.

After explaining the sentences, read each sentence in the box and ask the students to repeat.

Then ask several students to explain the sentences with letters in front of them.

Tell them to explain them in their own sentences. For example, Sentence a, the student might respond. My bicycle was broken. I couldn’t ride it. I got new tires and a new seat. Now it works fine.

Read the instructions again and ask the students to match the sentences with similar meanings.

Say, Now match the numbered sentences with the lettered sentences in the box.

Write the letter of one sentence in front of the number of the matching sentence.

Look at the first sentence. The answer has been given. It’s Sentence b. Find out the answers to the other sentences.

Check the answers by asking different students to read their matched sentences.

Answers

1. b 2. c 3. a 4. d

 

Step 1b

This activity provides writing practice with the new phrasal verbs.

Call the students’ attention to the phrasal verbs in the box. Have four different students explain each phrases in their own words.

Make sure each student knows the phrasal verbs’ meanings.

Then ask the students to read the instructions together.

Now let’s make sentences with the words in the box. Please look at the sample sentence in your book. Who would like to read it and explain it in your own language?

Ask one student to read the sample sentence and explain it. He or she might explain like this:

The meaning of this sentence is I give my bicycle to charities without money.

Who can make another sentence with give away? Please put up your hands.

Ask two or three students who have put up their hands to say their sentences to the class. Correct any mistakes they may make.

Then have the students work individually. Make one sentence with each phrasal verb in the box. Tell them to write down their sentences on the lines next to the box.

Walk around the classroom as they write. Offer some help to them if they need. Try to remember who have made some wonderful sentences at the same time.

After all of them have finished writing, choose some children who have made some wonderful sentences to share theirs with the class. Choose some of the best sentences. Write them on the blackboard.

At last, ask the whole class to work in pairs and help each other. Let them check each other’s sentences very carefully.

Correct all the mistakes in writing or sentence structures that their partners’ may have made.

Sample answers:

run out of: He is always running out of money before payday.

take after: He takes after his father in everything but his nose.

fix up: The workers: have fixed up the big machine.

give away: The writer gave away his books to a library.

 

Step 2a

This activity provides listening practice using target language. Call the students’ attention to the four pictures. Tell them the boy’s name is Jimmy. Read the instructions to the class. Your task is to number the pictures the correct order while you are listening to the conversation on the tape. But I want to ask you to guess the answer without listening now.

Try to put the four pictures in a certain order to show a story of Jimmy by yourselves now. I’ll see whose answers ant correct after we finish doing the listening practice.

Then have them give their own order by guessing. After a while, ask several ones to tell their answers to the whole class.

Collect two or three answers which many students support on the blackboard.

Next, ask some students to tell their own stories on the pictures according to their own orders. For example, if someone’s answer is a. 4 b. 2 c. 1 d. 3. he or she

may tell a story like this:

Jimmy got an old bike from someone. He fixed it up by himself. After he repaired it, he wanted to sell it to someone/he gave it away to someone. At last, he emptied both of his pockets.

It seemed that he had run out of his money.

The stories will vary. Ask them to work in pairs. Each one has to tell a story to the partner.

After that, ask the students to get ready to listen.

Say, We will hear a radio program. A man is interviewing a boy. Write a number in each short line next to each picture while you are listening. Your numbers should be from 1 through 4 and show which thing they talk about first, second, third and fourth.

Play the recording the first time.

Students only listen.

Then play the recording again. Ask students to number the pictures.

Check the answers. Remember to say congratulations to the children who guessed correctly.

Answers

The pictures should be numbered in the following order:

a. 4 b. 2 c. 1 d. 3

Tapescript

Man: This morning I’m talking with a very generous young man, Jimmy the Bike boy. Jimmy is the boy who fixes up old bikes and gives them away. Good morning, Jimmy.

Boy: Good morning.

Man: So, Jimmy, tell our listeners what you do.

Boy: Well, as you just said. I find or buy old bikes that nobody wants. Then I fix up the bikes and give them away to kids who don’t have enough money to buy their own bikes.

Man: That’s fantastic. What gave you the idea?

Boy: I guess I take after my father. He’s always helping people.

Man: Wow! Your parents must be proud of you.

Boy: I guess so. But now I’ve run out of money to buy old bikes.

Man: Oh, that’s too had.

Boy: Yeah. I need to come up with some way of getting money, or I’ll have to stop.

 

Step 2b

This activity provides listening practice using the target language.

Read the instructions together with the children. Make sure that everyone knows what to do.

Call the students’ attention to the box.

Ask four students to read the four sentences to the class.

Point to the list of statements and true/false choices.

We will listen to the same recording again. Before I play the recording, let’s do like this. —If you can remember the contents of the conversation, please you’re your answers; if you can’t remember the contents, please just guess the answers. It doesn’t matter whether your answers are right or wrong.

After a while, have the students get ready to listen.

Play the recording again. Ask the students to circle the correct answer to each question—T for true or F for false.

Check the answer. Remember to say congratulations to the students who had a good guess before listening.

Answers

1. T 2. F 3. F 4. T

 

Step 2c

This activity provides guide oral practice using the target language.

First, play the recording of this lesson again, The students repeat after it. Let the students read after the tape at least twice. Tell them to try their best to copy the pronunciation of the recording.

Read the instructions to the class. Tell them they will practice the conversation between Jimmy and the reporter, using the information in the Activities 2a and 2b.

Ask a pair of the students to read the model conversation.

SA:What do you do, Jimmy?

SB: I fix up bikes and give them away.

Write the conversation on the blackboard.

Then let them practice their own conversations in pairs.

As the pairs work together, more around the room offering help as needed.

Ask several pairs to share their conversations with the class.

 

Step Summary

Say, In this class, we’ve learned how to use some new phrasal verbs first. And

we’ve done much listening practice on the target language. At last, we did some oral practice by making our own conversations.

 

Step Homework

1. Make up one more sentence with each of the phrasal verbs in Activity lb.

2. Write out the conversations that you made by yourselves in Activity 2c.

 

Step IX Blackboard Design

 

Unit 8 I’ll help clean up the city parks.

Section B

The Fourth Period

Target language:

A: What do you do, Jimmy?

B:I fix up bikes and give them away.

 

 

新目标九年级U8-5th period教案

The Fifth Period

. Teaching Aims and Demands

Knowledge Objects

(1) Key Vocabulary

call up, hand out, call-in(=phone in), strategy, work out

(2) The new and old phrasal verbs.

(3) The reading passage.

2. Ability Objects

(1) Train the students’ reading skill on how to make notes.

(2) Train the students how to use the phrasal verbs.

(3) Train the students’ writing and speaking skills.

3. Moral Object

If you get in trouble in your volunteer work, go to the people around you to ask for help.

. Teaching Key Points

1. To help the children understand the article.

2. To teach the new phrasal verbs.

3. To direct the students how to make notes based on an article.

. Teaching Difficult Points

1. Teaching the new phrasal verbs.

2. Directing the children to make notes based on an article.

. Teaching Methods

1. Giving examples

2. Asking questions

3. Making notes

4. Brainstorming

. Teaching Aids

Some pictures on volunteer work, especially a picture on repairing bikes.

 

. Teaching Procedures

Step I Revision

1. Revise the phrasal verbs that taught last class by asking students to make sentences with them again.

2. Check homework by asking students to read their sentences and conversations to the class. Tell them to hand in their homework.

3. Revise the story about Jimmy. Ask two or three students to tell the story to the class, showing the picture of repairing bikes to remind them.

Step 3a

This activity provides reading and writing practice using the target language.

We have learned something about Jimmy.

We know he is a Bike boy. He fixes up old bikes and gives them away. But he ran out of his money to buy old bikes last week. Has he come up with any way of getting money? or Will he have to stop?

Let’s find out the answer in the article in

Activity 3a. Please read the article once quickly and tell me the answer.

Have the students scan the passage and catch the main idea of it. After around two minutes, Ask the question again.

Step 3h

This activity provides reading and writing practice using the target language.

Read the instructions to the students.

We knew Jimmy had solved his problem.

What things did he do to solve his problem? Please make a note of the things that Jimmy did to solve his problem.

Ask a student to read the sample sentence in the book. Tell them to write out the things that Jimmy did. Use the sample sentence as a model. And they can reread the article to search for the answers. Let the students complete the work on their own.

Walk around the room while they are writing, checking progress and correcting the mistakes they may make while writing.

After they all finish writing, ask a few students to give their answers. Point out the mistakes they may have made in writing.

Who can tell me the main idea of the article now?

Ask some students to answer with the main idea. They may answer like this:

Jimmy has come up with some ways of getting old bikes, so he will not have to stop fixing up and giving away old bikes.

They can answer in their own language.

After that, write the following words and phrases on the blackboard.

call up, hand out, work Out, call-in, strategy

Tell them to note these new words and phrases in the article, ask children to read the article again. Tell them to read in context, guessing the meanings of new words

and phrases from the other words around them.

Students read the article again for comprehension this time. Allow them to read a little longer this time.

After a while, point to the new words and phrases on the blackboard and let the students guess the meanings of them. The teacher does some explanation at the same time.

Look at the blackboard now. Let’s explain these new words and phrases one by one.

First, let’s see call up. Who can tell me the meaning of it by reading?

Ask several students to tell the meaning of it by guessing. Some of the children might get the correct meaning. Say congratulations to any children who can tell the right meaning. If no one can tell the correct meaning. Explain it to the class.

Tell them call up means make a telephone call.

After explaining, provide another example to the children, for example, Call me up tomorrow.

Ask the students to make some sentences with it if time permits. Let them do it as homework if there is no enough time in class.

Do the same with the other new words and phrases on the blackboard. Explain each one and give at least one example for each new word or phrase.

Get the students to read the instructions together.

Say, Read the article a third time now.

Please underline all the phrasal verbs while you are reading.

Ask students to complete the work on their own.

Get some students to tell the class their answers. Check the answers with the whole class.

Answers

cheer up, run out, put up, called up, handed out, set up, come up with, fix up, give away.

Then have them work in pairs. Tell them to check each other’s answers carefully and point out the mistakes their partners may have made. Tell them to help each other like this as often as possible.

Write the correct answers on the blackboard to help them.

After checking the answers, ask the students to read the article loudly. Teach them to read the new words or even the whole text before they start reading if necessary.

Ask them to read for a while, ask one or two to read it to the class, correcting any pronunciation errors they may make.

Then ask the whole class to practice reading in pairs. Tell them to read the article loudly in turns in pairs. The one who is listening has to point out his or her partner’s pronunciation errors and help to correct them. If they are not sure about any words, tell them to ask for help from the teacher.

After practice reading the article, ask if they have any words or sentences they don’t understand. Tell them to raise their hands and say which words and sentences they don’t understand.

Help solve the problems.

Answers

1. He did a radio interview.

2. He put up signs.

3. He called up friends.

4. He handed out advertisements.

5. He told teachers.

 

Step Part 4

This activity provides reading, writing, listening and speaking practice using the target language.

Read the instructions to the class.

Let’s do it in groups of four. Each group will have to brainstorm a plan for helping out in your community. Talk about it and make notes on where you will help and what you will do.

Each group has to write out your own list of possible places and volunteer activities first.

Point out the chart in Activity 4. Tell them to note the two given statements Where and What.

Your task is to write the places after the word Where and the volunteer activities after the word What.

Show some pictures or signs on volunteer activities to help the children come up with some ideas.

For example, show the class a picture of helping clean up the city parks. Where will you help? The students may answer with the city parks. Then continue asking what will you do there. The students may answer. "We will pick up plastic bags and papers."

Write the place and the volunteer work on the blackboard like this:

Where 1. the city parks 2.…

What 1. pick up plastic bags and papers 2.…

Let the students work in fours. Brainstorm their plans and write their own lists, using the answers on the blackboard as a model.

Walk around the classroom, offering help as necessary.

After they all finish brainstorming and writing, tell them to practice together what they will say to the class.

Each group will have to report your plan to the class. Now practice together what you will say. You can select one to report mainly and the others complete or you can say in turns. Each one tells about one place. And you can also have one write notes on the board if you wish.

Let them practice for a while. Then ask each group to make their presentations.

They may begin like this:

We plan to go to the city parks. We will help clean up the city parks by picking up the plastic bags and papers.

They can say in their own words.

Sample answers:

Where: 1. the city parks 2. the hospital

 3. the primary school 4. the elderly people’s houses 5. …

 What: 1. help clean up the parks

 2. cheer up the sick kids

 3. coach a football team for little kids

 4. help do the housework

 5. …

 

Step Summary

Say, In this class, we’ve read an article about Jimmy. We’ve known Jimmy has got sixteen bikes to fix up and give away.

And we’ve learned to make reading notes. We have done some reading, writing, listening and speaking practice using the target language through groupwork.

 

Step Homework

1. Make one sentence with each of the phrasal verbs below, call up, hand out, work out, run out, set up, fix up.

2. Try to remember the new words on page 64.

 

Step Blackboard Design

 

Unit 8 I’ll help clean up the city parks.

Section B The Fifth Period

New words and phrases in Activity 3a:

call up, hand out, work out, call-in, strategy.

Answer to Activity 3a:

cheer up, run out, put up, called up, handed out, set up, come up with, fix up, give away.

 Answers to Activity 3b:

 1. He did a radio interview.

 2. He put up signs.

 3. He called up friends.

 4. He handed out advertisements.

 5. He told teachers.

 Sample answers to Activity 4:

 Where: 1. the city parks 2. …

 What:  1. pick up plastic bags and papers

 

新目标九年级U8-6th period教案

The Sixth Period

. Teaching Aims and Demands

1. Knowledge Objects

(1)Using these phrasal verbs correctly.

give away, take after, come up with, give out, hang out

(2) Writing an article using the notes given

2. Ability Objects

(1) Train the students to use the phrasal verbs.

give away, take after, come up with, give out and hang out.

(2)Train students’ writing skill.

3. Moral Object

What do you want to be in the future? Try to come up with an idea to get much volunteer experience. It will be good for both you and the others.

. Teaching Key Points

1. Help the students have a self check on the key words and target language of this unit.

2. Practice using the phrasal verbs give away, take after come up with, give out and hang out.

3. Direct the students to write an article according to the notes given.

. Teaching Difficult Points

1. The students make sentences with the phrasal verbs.

2. Write the article with the notes given.

. Teaching Methods

1. Teaching by providing sample sentences

2. Teaching by providing sample article

. Teaching Aid

A picture of a young woman who is singing.

 

. Teaching Procedures

 Step I Revision

 1. Check the homework by asking the children to show their sentences. Ask some to share their sentences with the class.

 2. Dictate some new words on page 64.

Step Part 1

This activity focuses or vocabulary introduced in the unit. Ask a student to read the instructions.

We have two tasks now. First let’s fill in the blanks. Look at the words given in the box. They are all phrasal verbs. Do you know the meaning of each phrasal verb?

Who has any problem? Show me by raising your hands.

Help solve the problems. Do some explanation if necessary. For example, if someone is not sure about hang out, tell him or her, hang out means spend one’s time lazily.

Let them do the work individually. Tell them to choose a correct verb for each blank and note to use the correct forms of the verbs.

In some cases, you may need to use an other form of the word, for example adjusting for tense, subject or verb agreement. Move around the room as they write, offering help as needed. Try to remember the common mistakes they may make.

After they are finished, ask five different students to read their answers to the class. Correct any mistakes they may have made, especially the verb forms. Encourage the other students to point out their mistakes and help correct them. Point out the common mistakes they may have made at last. After checking the answers together, ask the whole class to check the answers in pairs, exchanging their books and have a careful check. Point out their partner’s mistakes and help correct them.

Let the students read the five sentences loudly several times after making sure they all have got right answers.

Then go on with the second task. Use the first phrase, give away, as an example.

Ask several students to make sentences with it orally.

Such as, Jimmy gives away old bikes.

Then ask the children to make their own sentences with the phrasal verbs given.

Each one writes the sentences on a piece of paper.

Move around the classroom while they are writing, checking progress and offering help.

Ask some students to share their sentences to the class by reading their sentences to the class. Correct any mistakes they may have made.

Ask all the children to hand in their papers.

Answers

1. give out 2. came up with 3. gave away 4. hang out 5. takes after

Some sample sentences

1. Jimmy gives away old bikes to children who don’t have bikes.

2. Tom takes after his uncle.

3. The boy has come up with a good plan to enjoy his holiday.

4. The volunteers are giving out the advertisements now.

5. Ladies always like hanging out at the shops on weekends.

 

Step Part 2

This activity provides reading, writing, listening and speaking practice using the target language.

Read the instructions to the students.

We’ll have to write an article using the notes in the box. The article will tell what happens to Sally. At first, let’s see the first sample sentence given in the book.

Ask a student to read the sentence. Tell them to note how the writer combined these phrases into one sentence.

Then tell the students to try to say out the next sentence. Let them think for a while first. Then ask several children to say their sentences. They may say a sentence like this:

As a volunteer, she sings at a local hospital to cheer up sick people.

Then go on with the third sentence, then the fourth one. Help the students to think out and say out all the sentences.

After combining the phrases into sentences orally, tell the students to put all the sentences together to write an article by themselves. Tell them to go on writing after the first sample sentence on their books.

Move around the classroom. Note to remember whose articles are very successful and whose have some mistakes. Offer help as much as possible:

After they all finish writing, ask some students whose articles have some mistakes to read theirs to the class. Let the rest of the class help correct the mistakes.

Then ask some students who have written successfully to read theirs. At last, the teacher reads the sample article in the teacher’s book to the class, showing a picture in which a young woman is singing.

Tell them to exchange their articles with their partners and help each other.

Ask the students to rewrite their articles to make the article perfect after class.

Sample answers:

Sally Langenthal is a young woman who wants to be a professional singer. As a volunteer, she sings at a local hospital to cheer up sick people. And she also sings at schools. But after she ran out of money for singing lessons, she came up with ideas for making money. She put up signs asking for singing jobs and also called up parents offering singing lessons for children. Now she will be able to continue her lessons and become a professional singer.

 

Step Just for Fun!

This activity provides reading and speaking practice with the target language.

Call the students’ attention to the cartoon pictures. Tell them to see what happens.

Ask the students to read the conversation in the first picture together.

Then ask them what is funny about this cartoon. Help the students to answer like this:

The boy has been trying to make the person stop crying because he thinks the person is sad, but the person is really crying because of the onions.

 

Step Summary

Say, In this class, we’ve practiced using some phrasal verbs and we’ve written an article based on the notes given. At last, we enjoyed a funny cartoon. All of you have done very well.

 

Step Homework

1. Revise all the language points in this unit.

2. Finish off the exercises on pages 32~34 of the workbook.

3. Make another more sentence with each phrasal verbs below, give away, take after, come up with, give out, hang out.

4. Rewrite the article.

 

Step Blackboard Design

 

Unit 8 I’ll help clean up the city parks.

Self check

The Sixth Period

 Answers to Activity 1:

 1. give out   2. came up with

 3. gave away  4. hang out

 5. takes after

 Some sample sentences to Activity 1:

 1. Jimmy gives away old bikes to children who don’t have bikes.

 2. Tom takes after his uncle.

 3. The boy has come up with a good plan to enjoy his holiday,

 4. The volunteers are giving out the advertisements now.

 5. Ladies always like hanging out at the shops on weekends.

 

 

新目标九年级U8-7th period教案

Reading: No problem!

The Seventh Period

. Teaching Aims and Demands

1. Knowledge Objects

(1) Key Vocabulary

solve, complain, your concern, trust, wheelchair, brilliant and so on.

(2) Text: No problem!

2. Ability Objects

Train students’ ability of identify main idea.

Train students’ ability of understanding words in context.

Train students’ ability of reading for special information.

3. Moral Object

Help your family and friends to solve the life’s big or small problems with the ways you have learnt.

 

. Teaching Key Points

1. Key vocabulary.

2. Read the text to identify main idea.

3. Read the text to understand words in context.

4. Read the text for special information.

 

. Teaching Difficult Points

1. Train students’ reading skill.

2. Train students’ writing skill.

 

. Teaching Methods

1. Up-down reading methods

2. Pairwork

3. Groupwork

 

. Teaching Aid

A Projector

 

. Teaching Procedures

Step Part 1

This activity allows students to activate their background knowledge before attempting the reading.

Call the students’ attention to the title of the article.

Tell me the title of the article, please.

Yes, it’s No problem. What do you think the article is about based on the title?

Ask one or two to tell what they think of based on the title.

Then ask the students to look at the picture on this page. Say, Look at the picture, please. What can you see in it?

What is happening?

Ask one student to answer the questions.

He or she my say:

I can see two women quarrelling in the picture.

Then ask the whole class. Which student in your class do you think has the least problems? What does he or she do differently?

Choose one student to tell his own answer. He or she may say like this:

I think Li Hua has the least problems in our class. She seldom complains about the homework and she has never quarreled with any other student in our class.

Then tell the students to discuss the questions with their partners.

Tell them to give their own answers and not to read the article.

As they discuss, walk around the room looking at their progress. Once most students are finished, ask several pairs to report their results to the class. Let the whole class compare their answers.

 

Step Part 2

This activity encourages students to read quickly for the main idea and then support the main idea with one detail. Ask one student to read the instructions to the class. Make sure that all the children know what to do.

Call the students’ attention to the chart.

Have the students read the four headings together. Then tell them to see the example answer in the column of Explanation.

Say, Now please read the article quickly and note to catch the main idea of each part. Fill in the forms with complete sentences like the example given.

Ask the students to complete the task individually. More around the classroom while they are reading and writing, checking their progress and trying to find out what are difficult for them. After they all finish filling in the blanks, have some students to report their answers to the class.

The answers can vary, but they have to express the main idea with correct complete sentences.

Let the other students decide whether their answers are right or wrong and help correct the mistakes they may make.

Offer some help in combining sentences to the children.

Then ask the children to exchange their writing with their partners.

Help check the answers carefully. Point out any mistakes and help correct them.

Sample answers

 

Heading

Explanation

Learn to forget

Don’t think about things that make you angry.

Remember, it’s part of your job

Don’t worry about things you are supposed to do anyway.

See it from another person’s eyes

Think of why other people do things that make you mad.

Think of some thing worse

If you compare yourself to people who are not so fortunate, you still feel better.

 

Step Part 3

This activity encourages students to use the strategy of reading in context.

We can see some words indicated in bold in the article.

Please guess the meanings of them now.

Then ask some children to guess the meanings of the bold words. Don’t give them the correct answers.

Do you want to know more about how to deal with the life’s problems? Please read the article more carefully this time and you’ll get more ways about it. Note to read in context. Try to guess the meanings of the words in bold from the other words around them. You can also guess the meanings of any words and phrases you can’t understand from the other words around them.

Ask the students to read the article again for comprehension.

After a while, ask some students to tell the meanings of the words in bold. Discuss their answers with the whole class.

Check their answers by showing these bold Words and other new words in the article on a screen by a projector.

 

 deal v. 处理;应付

 deal with 安排;处理

 in fact 事实上

 solve v. 解决;解释

 complain v. 抱怨;发牢骚

 concern n. 关切;感兴趣的事

 trust v. 相信;信任

 disease n. 疾病

 wheelchair n. 轮椅

 brilliant adj. 卓越的;杰出的

 believe in 信任;信赖

 

Ask students to raise their hands and say which sentences and words they still don’t understand. Help them solve the problems.

Read the instructions with the students and have them look at the example.

Ask the students to match the words with their meanings. Remind them to read the story again for extra help.

Check the answers.

Answers

solve b;complain a;your concern c;trust e;wheelchair f, brilliant d.

 

Step Part 4

This activity helps students read for specific information. Read the instructions to the students. Ask the first question as a sample to check if they know what to do.

Ask the students to do the activity individually. Tell them to read the article again to get help.

Check the answers by asking different students to answer the questions.

Answers may very slightly.

You should try to remember the answers before looking at the reading.

Then let the students ask and answer the questions in pairs loudly.

Sample answers

1. Tell yourself to forget.

2. He is still a very successful writer and teacher.

3. Angry or unhappy people may do things to make you angry.

4. You probably don’t need a wheelchair to move or a computer to help you talk.

5. A student’s most important job is to learn and show how he or she learns on tests.

 

Step Part 5

This activity helps students work in a group and think critically about what they have read.

Read the tasks to the students, and ask them to have a look at the sample answers.

Ask the students to do the activity in groups of five. Encourage each student to come up with a problem and a solution, and report them to their own group. The groups discuss the problems and solutions together, explaining the problems and solutions.

Check the answers by asking each group to explain the problems and solutions.

Try to ask for more solutions from other groups for each problem.

Sample answers

 

 

Problem

Solution

Homework is too difficult.

Make friends with brilliant students.

The rules of the school are too strict.

Remember that they are part of your job as a student.

There is too little time to play.

Your concern is to learn as a student.

Worry about the future.

Think of something worse.

Always quarrel with classmates.

Try to see it from another person’s eyes.

 

Step Summary

We have read a very helpful article in this class. And we’ve learned how to solve the problems. We discussed the problems we had at school and the solutions. We have done much practice on comprehension.

 

Step Homework

Read the article in Activity 2 again for further comprehension.

Try to solve your own problems and help the others.

 

Step Blackboard Design

 

Reading: No Problem

The Seventh Period

Answers to Activity 3:

solve b; complain a; your concern c; trust e; wheelchair f; brilliant d

Sample answers to activity 4:

1. Tell yourself to forget.

2. He is still a very successful writer and teacher.

3. Angry or unhappy people may do things to make you angry.

4. You probably don’t need a wheelchair to more or a computer to help you talk.

5. A student’s most important job is to learn and show how he or she learns on tests.



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