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[初三英语]九年级英语上册Module 7 教案2

发布时间:2010年08月27日 11:26 | 来源: 少儿台

   Unit 2 The camel that I rode had a bad temper.
    ■ Warm up by writing a short passage.
    Hello, class. Before we read the letter on page 58, we shall first try to write something. We shall try to write a short passage with all the words that are listed in the top left corner of page 58.
    bright, coast, field, funny, grape, ham, hill, lamb, outback, relative, sheep, spirits, surfing, wine
    I went to Dalian last Sunday and I stayed there for three days.
    To me Dalian is a really beautiful city with small hills and blue seas. The sky is so bright with no pollution. The coast is crowded with visitors form all over China. The field is so green and clean that it looks like a picture.
    I stayed at my relative's for the night. In the daytime I went shopping in the streets and surfing at the sea. I bought some wine for my father made from grapes that are grown locally in Dalian. I had some wonderful Dalian dishes like sea fish and menzi, a typical local food. I asked for ham and lamb, too. But I was told they are not Dalian food. For no sheep are raised there. I felt hot one afternoon and I bought a drink locally made. But it made me feel funny.
    I think life in Dalian is different from the outback life in my place, but I like Dalian and its spirits.   
    ■Read the passage and answer the questions.
    On page 58 is a letter by Tony to his parents about Australia. Now start reading it. While reading, try to: cut/ the sentence into thought groups, study the predicative, darken the connectives and underline all the useful expressions. (阅读过程中,断开/意群,观察谓语构成,圈出连词,摘录短语搭配。)
    Useful expressions (有用的短语搭配)
    Write…to…from…, the centre of…, at the moment, stay near…, the … name for…, on the first day, take a helicopter tour over…,  be was surprised at…, 3.6 kilometres long, 348 metres high, the colors of…, at different times, change from…to…, the first people of…, the ancient Aboriginal stories, describe the spirits, create the world, have many British relatives, bee like… in many ways, the family life, be similar to…, enjoy the same food and hobbies,  make… in the south of…, love all sports, love… the most,  live near…, love going to…, very bright, near the coast, sheep in the fields and on the hills, like a desert, full of…, speak English, have some special expressions, such as…, worry about…, the next day after…, arrive at…, go on a camel ride, ride a camel, have a bad temper, get very tired, very funny, keep lying down
    ■ Put the text into a dialogue.
    After reading comes speaking. Then what are we to speak about? We are to speak about Australia. We shall be Dad and Tony. They are talking about Australia over the phone.
    ■ Close down by writing a letter of your own.
    To end this period try to write a letter of your own. You may write as Tony writes, making use of the same structures and the same expressions.
    Dear Mum and Dad,
    I'm writing this letter to you from the centre of Shanxi. At the moment we're staying near Wutai Shan--that's the name for a famous mountain with five tops. It's famous for its temples. On the first day, we took a helicopter tour over the mountain, and I was surprised at how big it was. It was 250 square kilometers and 3058 metres high at its north top.
    …
    Unit 3 Language in use
    ■Warm up by doing language practice
    On page 60 at the top there are three sentences with attributive clauses. Now read them and make a study of their structures.
    The camel that I rode had a bad temper.
    The games that they love the most are cricket and rugby.
    There were kangaroos that were jumping alongside the car on our way back from Uluru.
    Make similar sentences of your own.
    The student that I taught had a bad temper.
    The books that they love the most are in English.
    There were monkeys that were jumping alongside the car on our way back from Shennonjia.
    The bike that I rode had a bad smell.
    The films that they love the most are Heroes in Sky and Taihang Shan.
    There were boys and girls that were jumping alongside the car on our way back from the Yellow River.
    ■ Read and underline.
    On page 60 there is a short passage. Read it and underline all the examples of that clause.
    ■Turn the passage into a conversation.
    Now read the short passage on page 60 again. Then in groups of four try to turn it into a conversation and act it out.
    ■Read Around the world
    Turn to page 63. Let's go on to read Cathy Freeman: An Australian and Aboriginal hero.
    While reading, try to: cut/ the sentence into thought groups, study the predicative, darken the connectives and underline all the useful expressions. (阅读过程中,断开/意群,观察谓语构成,圈出连词,摘录短语搭配。)
    Useful expressions (有用的短语搭配)
    one of the great heroes, compete at…, be very proud to be…, the first…to do sth., win a gold medal at…, the Commonwealth games, win the gold medal for the 400-metre race, in the 2000 Olympics, carry both an Australian flag and an Aboriginal flag, become a symbol of…, get along, build a bridge, bring the difference cultures closer together
    ■Write as they do. (仿写)
    We are to write as they do. That is to write a similar article as the one we read just now.
    ■Close down by talking about Cathy Freeman.
    Now it is time to speak. You will fall into groups of four to make a dialogue out of the passage of Cathy Freeman: An Australian and Aboriginal hero.
    A: Who is Cathy Freeman?
    B: She is one of the great heroines that competed at Australia's 2000 Olympics as an Aboriginal runner.
    C: She has got an interesting name.

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