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Growing smart教案

Growing smart教案

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Growing smart教案

odule1FoodanddrinksUnit2Growingsmart,growingstrong1Languagefocus:Asking‘Wh-’questionstofindoutspecificinformationaboutsomething.e.g.Whatarewegoingtodo
odule 1 Food and drinks
Unit 2 Growing smart, growing strong
1
Language focus:
Asking ‘Wh-’ questions to find out specific information about something.
e.g. What are we going to do this Sunday?
Asking ‘Wh-’ questions to make suggestions
e.g. Why don’t we go to see a film instead?
Using formulaic expressions to make suggestions
e.g. Let’s not go to a concert.
Using formulaic expressions to indicate agreement and disagreement.
e.g. So do I./Neither do I.

Language skills:
Listening
Recognize differences in the use of intonation in questions and statements, and respond appropriately. Identify main ideas of a new topic.
Speaking
Maintain an interaction by asking and responding to others’ opinions.
Use appropriate intonation, stress, and vary volume, tone of voice and speed to convey intended meanings and feelings.
Maintain an interaction by acknowledging, agreeing or disagreeing, replying, asking questions, adding or giving examples, explaining and using formulaic expressions where appropriate
Close an interaction by using appropriate formulaic expressions.
Reading
Recognize recurrent patterns in language structure, such as word structure, word order, sentence structure, organization of text-types
Recognize format and language features in narrative and non-narrative page 5

Materials:
Student’s Book 7B page 8
Cassette 7B and a cassette player
Workbook 7B page 5
Photocopiable page 5

Preparation:
Cue the cassette. Make a copy of Photocopiable page 5 for each group.

Pre-task preparation
Language learning activity
(This section aims at providing students with opportunities to practise the language/vocabulary needed or become familiar with the background for the task that follows
1. Ask students to talk about the activities they usually do in their leisure time with their families. List them on the board. Conduct a simple survey to find out which activities are the most popular among the students. Ask some students why they like or dislike a particular activity. Help them distinguish outdoor activities, such as cycling or having a barbecue, from indoor activities, as cycling or having a barbecue, from indoor activities, such as visiting or museum or seeing a film.
2. Introduce more activities on page 8 in Look and say, e.g. concert, circus. Ask students whether they have ever enjoyed any of these activities. Invite them to talk about their experience.
3. Play the recording: Look and say. Students listen and follow in their books.
4. Invite some students to role-play the characters and say the conversations in Look and say.
5. Students work in groups of four. Distribute a copy of Photocopiable page 5 to each group. Students discuss and agree on the activities they would like to do together with the help of the picture cards. They may make their own picture cards if necessary. They are required to use the target language in Look and say during their discussion.

Post-task activity
Workbook page 1
Grammar Practice Book 7B page 7

2
Language focus:
Asking ‘WH-’ questions to find out specific information about something
e.g. What are we going to do this Sunday?
Asking ‘Wh-’ questions to make suggestions
e.g. Why don’t we _______ instead?
Using formulaic expressions to make suggestions
e.g. Let’s go to ________.
Using modals to make suggests
e.g. Shall we have some ______ for lunch/ dinner?
Using formulaic expressions to indicate agreement and disagreement.
e.g. So do I./ Neither do I.

Language skills:
Listening
Recognize differences in the use of intonation in questions and statements, and respond appropriately. Understand the speaker’s intention, attitude and feelings through his/her choice and use of language, gesture and facial expression
Speaking
Open an interaction by eliciting a response by asking questions or providing information on a topic
Maintain an interaction by asking and responding to others’ opinions.
Maintain an interaction by acknowledging, agreeing or disagreeing, replying, asking questions, adding or giving examples, explaining and using formulaic expressions where appropriate
Close an interaction by using appropriate formulaic expressions
Writing
Use appropriate format, conventions and language features when written non-narrative texts such as a description and a simple report
Revise and edit short written texts by making changes to incorrect spelling, punctuation and grammar, and adding details if necessary in response to suggestions from the teacher
Materials:
Student’s Book 7B page 9
Cassette 7B and a cassette player

Preparation:
Cue the cassette.

Pre-task preparation
1. Ask students to think about the places they have visited and the activities they have enjoyed most on a Sunday or public holiday and to write them down on a piece of paper. Invite several students to talk about the places and the activities.
2. Show students some pictures of interesting places that can be considered for an outing. Ask students to suggest possible activities to be done in these place. List on the board the suggestions about the places to visit and activities to do.
3. Tell students to plan for a class outing on a Sunday. Encourage them to think of places they want to visit and activities they want to do. The plan should include the date and place for the outing. Tell them they can also think of the food and drinks for lunch or dinner.

Consolidation
Grammar Practice Book 7B page 8

3
Language focus:
Using adverbs to express degree
e.g. You watched too much television last week.
Using adjectives to describe amouts
e.g. You didn’t do enough exercise.
Asking ‘WH-’ questions to find out specific information about something.
e.g. What did you do last week?

Language skills:
Listening
Recognize differences in the use of intonation in questions and statements, and respond appropriately. Identify main ideas of a new topic
Reading
Recognize recurrent patterns in language structure, such as word structure, word order, sentence structure, organization of text-types.
Read written language in meaningful chunks
Materials:
Student’s Book 7B page 10
Cassette 7B and a cassette player
Preparation:
Cue the cassette.

Pre-task preparation
Language learning activity
(This section aims at providing students with opportunities to practise the language/vocabulary needed or become familiar with the background for the task that follows.
1.Draw a timetable with the days of the week on the board. Invite some students to talk about several things they did in the previous week. Ask questions: What did you do last Sunday/Monday/Tuesday?etc. to elict: I ate pizzas last Sunday/Monday/Tuesday, etc. Write the things they did in the corresponding time slots on the board.Remind students of the use of the past tense to describe happenings in the past.
2. Introduce and review vocabulary on the page 10 in Read, think and write. Give students some time to read Danny’s timetable to understand what Danny did in the previous week. List Danny’s problem on the board. Invite some students to identify the reasons for Danny’s sickness.
3. Play the recording: Reading, think and write. Students listen and follow in their books.

Consolidation
Grammar Practice Book 7B page 9

4
Language focus:
Using adverbs to express degree
e.g. You watched television for too long.
Using quantifiers to describe amounts.
e.g. I’m going to watch less television.
Using connectives to show a cause and effect relationship
e.g. Danny always feels tired, so he has decided to watch less television.

Language skills:
Listening
Understand the connection between ideas by recognize linking words and phrases
Listen for specific information
Speaking
Maintain an interaction by asking and responding to other’ opinions
Reading
Recognize recurrent patterns in language structure, such as word structure, word order, sentence structure, organization of text-types

Writing
Develop written texts by using appropriate linking words or phrases.
Materials:
Student’s Book 7B page 11
Cassette 7B and a cassette player
Workbook 7B page 6
Photocopiable page 6,7 and 8.
 
Preparation:
Cue the cassette. Make a copy of Photocopiable page 7 for each group and page 6 and 8 for each student.

Pre-task preparation
1. Ask students to read Danny’s timetable again on page 10 of the Student’s Book. Give some time to students to complete a report on the things Danny did wrong last week. Ask individual students to read out the sentences to check the answers.
2. Distribute a copy of Photocopiable page 6 to each student. Have them design their own timetable and write down the things they did in the previous week. After that, students in pairs ask each other questions, like this: What did you do last Sunday/Monday/Tuesday? Etc. to elict: I played computer games for 2 hours last Monday. Students then written down in the timetable the things their partners did in the previous week.
3. The pair compares their timetables and decides who did healthier things in the previous week.
4. Pairs of students come up and talk about their timetables and what they did in the previous week, telling the class who did healthier things in the previous week.
5. Students work in groups of three. Distribute a copy of Photocopiable page 7 to each group. Ask students to discuss and write about what Danny is going to do in the future bu referring to the report they wrote.
6. Still in the same group, students talk about the reasons for Danny’s decision to change his unhealthy habits and write a report.
7. Distribute a copy of Photocopiable page 8 to each student

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