初三英语教案:Unit8 I'll help clean up(3)

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

The 5th Period

Ⅰ.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.

Ⅱ.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.

Ⅲ.Teaching Difficult Points

1.Teaching the new phrasal verbs.

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

Ⅳ.Teaching Methods

1.Giving examples

2.Asking questions

3.Making notes

4.Brainstorming

Ⅴ.Teaching Aids

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

Ⅵ.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 Ⅱ3a

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 Ⅲ3h

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 ⅣPart 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 ⅤSummary

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 ⅥHomework

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 ⅦBlackboard 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

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