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Module 3 Music
I. 模块教学目标 技能目标 Skill Goals ▲ Learn how to express likes and dislikes ▲ Talk about instruments ▲Learn to use the past perfect tense and adverbial clause of time ▲ Learn to present a biography of a famous Chinese musician or composer II. 目标语言 Practice talking about likes and dislikes I love ... ... is great! 功 I hate ... 能 ... is awful! I really like ... ... is wonderful! I can’t understand ... ... is dreadful!

句 In my opinion, I really like ... because ... 式 I can’t understand what he did. The reason is that ... Practice expressing strong feelings Cool! Really? No way! Excellent

1. 四会词汇 album, ballad, catchy, choir, complex, conductor, court, director, genius, impressed, influence, lose, lyrics, peasant, singer, solo artist, classical, composer, jazz, musician, musical, compose, tune, saxophone, symphony 词 2. 认读词汇 汇 Joseph Haydn, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Ludwig van Beethoven, orchestra, tour, harpsichord 3. 词组 be known as, change ... into ..., be impressed with, go deaf, split up, mix ...with ..., be famous for, in all, make a note of

Adverbial clause of time When it was performed in America, there was an audience of 100,000 people. 语 While he was still a teenager, he was a big star. 法 As he grew older, he began to go deaf. The past perfect tense He had been ill for weeks when he asked for sick leave. The meeting had started when we arrived at the hall. 1. Joseph Haydn was an Austrian composer and is known as “the father of the symphony”. P22 2. Having worked there for 30 years, Haydn moved to London, where he was 重 very successful. P22 点 3. By the time he was 14, Mozart had com-posed many pieces for the 句 harpsichord, piano and violin, as well as for orchestras. P23 子 4. Haydn met Mozart in 1781 and was very impressed with him. P23 5. It was Haydn who encouraged Beethoven to move to Vienna. P23 6. As he grew older, he began to go deaf. P23 5. It was Haydn who encouraged Beethoven to move to Vienna. P23 6. As he grew older, he began to go deaf. P23 7. While studying at school, he also sang in the school choir. P82 8. By the time Bach died in 1750, he had taught all his children to play musical instruments and several had already become well—known musicians. P82 Ⅲ. 教材分析与重组 1. 教材分析 本模块的话题是 music,旨在通过模块教学使学生通过讨论古今中外的音乐 家,增强他们的音乐欣赏能力, 并培养他们的评价能力。在此基础上表达自己的 好恶。 1.1 INTRODUCTION 通过对乐器知识的了解,激发学生对本模块中心话题 的兴趣;同时也使本模块的授课更具有针对性,从而培养学生的音乐审美能力。 1.2 READING AND VOCABULARY 介绍了国外的三位音乐家及他们的伟

大成就,让学生在阅读中学习音乐知识,树立正确的评价观、人生观,为日后走 向社会作铺垫。课文重点讲解了三位音乐家的生平经历,以及他们对音乐所做的 巨大的贡献。通过阅读,学生学习了新的词汇和句型,提高了阅读水平,并能学 习音乐家们坚持不懈的精神。 1.3 GRAMMAR 1 && GRAMMAR 2 学习并灵活运用由 when, while, as 等 引导的时间状语从句,然后对比过去时和过去完成时。 1.4 FUNCTION 通过问答形式表达对音乐的喜好,培养学生的评价能力。 1.5 LISTENING AND VOCABULARY 让学生通过听一段关于介绍英国历 史上的披头士的文章来练习学生的听力能力,并且完成相关的练习题,然后介绍 自己对音乐的感受及音乐在生活中的意义。 1.6 EVERYDAY ENGLISH 要求学生掌握如何表达自己最喜爱的音乐及如 何听音乐的一些用语。 1.7 PRONUNCIATION 听并跟读语法材料中出现的句子,注意语调的起伏。 1.8 CULTURAL CORNER 了解著名音乐家叶小刚的生平经历及音乐成就。 他为中国音乐的发展做出了巨大贡献,了解他,引导学生向他学习,学习他勤奋 钻研,不断追求完善的精神,更要学习他时刻不忘祖国,为国争光的爱国情怀。 1.9 WRITING 要求学生阅读一封来自 Sandra 的电子邮件,并根据一些问题写 一封回信。 1.10 TASK 训练学生写一篇关于中国著名音乐家的生平介绍及作品简介的 文章。 2. 教材重组 2.1 将 INTRODUCTION, FUNCTION 及 PRONUNCIATION 整合在一起上 一节口语课。 2.2 2.3 将 READING AND VOCABULARY 设计成一节精读课。 将 GRAMMAR 1 和 GRAMMAR 2 及 WORKBOOK 中的 Grammar

整合在一起,上一节语法课。 2.4 将 LISTENING AND VOCABULARY, EVERYDAY ENGLISH 和 WORKBOOK 中的 Listening and speaking 整合在一起,上一节听力课。 2.5 将 CULTURAL CORNER 及 WORKBOOK 中的 Reading 整合在一起,

上一节泛读课。 2.6 将 WRITING, TASK 和 WORKBOOK 中的 Speaking and writing 整合在一 起,上一节写作课。 3. 课型设计与课时分配 1st Period 2nd Period 3rd Period 4th Period 5th Period 6th Period IV. 分课时教案 The First Period Teaching goals 教学目标 1. Target language 目标语言 a. 重点词汇和短语 audience, choir, classical, composer, conductor, jazz, musician, orchestra, saxophone, guitar, classical music, traditional Chinese music b. 重点句式 By the time we arrived ..., the band had ... P27 ... happened after the fans had left ... P27 Before he made ..., he had recorded ... P27 I love ... / I really like ... P25 ... is great! P25 ... is wonderful! P25 I hate ... / I can’t stand ... P25 ... is awful!/ ... is dreadful! P25 2. Ability goals 能力目标 Enable the Ss to talk about music and instruments. Enable the Ss to express likes and dislikes. Speaking Speaking Reading Grammar Listening Extensive Reading Writing

3. Learning ability goals 学能目标 Help the Ss learn how to talk about music and instruments. Help the Ss learn how to express likes and dislikes. Teaching important points 教学重点 Talk about likes and dislikes. Teaching difficult points 教学难点 Full discussion about music. Teaching methods 教学方法 Asking-and-answering activity; pair or group work. Teaching aids 教具准备 A recorder, a computer and a projector. Teaching procedures & ways 教学过程与方式 Step I Lead-in Bring a recording with a few short sections of different types of music and play them to the Ss. Then ask some questions about music. T: Morning, boys and girls, what do you like doing in your spare time? S1: I like playing football, because it can make me relaxed. S2: I like reading. It can enlarge my knowledge in a lot of aspects. S3: When I am tired, I like listening to music to relax myself. T: Then what kind of music do you often listen to? S3: I often listen to pop music. T: Well. How many kinds of music do you know? S3: Pop music, classical music and country music. S4: Traditional Chinese music. ... T: Good. Now I’ll play several pieces of music for you. Please tell me their styles. Play the recording. S5: Is the first piece classical music? S6: No, I think it’s traditional Chinese music. T: You are right. It’s traditional Chinese music. What about the second one?

S7: Is it rock and roll? T: Correct. It’s just rock and roll. And what about the last one? S8: It sounds like classical music. T: Excellent! You did a good job. T: Could you tell me which instruments are used in the three pieces of music? Ss: Saxophone, drum, guitar, violin, jazz, etc. T: Which pieces do you like best and why? S9: In my opinion, rock and roll is the best, because it is fashionable and encouraging. S10: I prefer traditional Chinese music, because it is beautiful and reflects our culture. T: How about classical music? S11: To tell the truth, I’m not really interested in it. It’s too difficult to understand. T: Good! Trying to express your ideas is a good way to learn English. In this module, we are going to learn something about music. Now let’s come to the Introduction. Step II Introduction Task 1 T: Please open your books and turn to Page 21. The words in the box are all related to music more or less. Please read them, and at the same time, speak out their Chinese meanings. T: S1, could you read the first two words! S1: OK, audience(听众), choir(唱诗班,合唱队). T: S2, please read the next two. S2: Classical(古典音乐), composer(作曲家). T: S3, please go on. S3: Conductor(指挥), drum(鼓). T: S4, Next two? ... T: Good. Since you have known their meanings, please do the following exercise. Which word means someone who writes music?

S: Composer. T: Which word means a group of people who sing together? S: Choir. T: Which instruments are used in pop and rock music? S: Drum, guitar, piano and saxophone. T: Which instruments are used in classical music? S: Drum, piano, violin and saxophone. T: Which instruments are used in jazz? S: Drum, violin, piano and saxophone. T: Which instruments are used in traditional Chinese music? S: Erhu and drum. Task 2 Divide the class into groups of four to discuss different kinds of instruments. T: In our daily life, we all like to listen to music. Now I’ll give you a chance to talk about your favorite instruments. Please work with your partners. A sample version: S1: Which of the instruments do you like listening to? S2: I prefer erhu. S3: I think I’d like to enjoy piano. S4: I like listening to saxophone. S1: When we mention erhu, whom should we think of? S2: Let me think, oh, I know, Abing. S1: What’s his masterpiece? S3: Erquanyingyue. Do you know who plays the piano best in China? S4: I don’t know. Who? S3: Kongxiangdong. He is a world-class player. Step III Function Let the Ss read through the questionnaire in FUNCTION on Page 25. Make sure they understand what they have to do. Then put the Ss into pairs to ask and answer the questions of the questionnaire.

T: Now turn to Page 25. Please work in pairs to complete the questionnaire. While you are practicing, you must use the useful sentence structures on the screen. Show the structures on the screen. I love ... ... is great! I hate ... ... is awful! Sample versions: S1: I love rock music. Among the rock stars, I think Britney Spears is great. I like her because she has a beautiful voice. As for the band, I really like the Rolling Stones. By the time the Rolling Stones called themselves the greatest Rock and Roll band in the world, they had already become stars. S2: I can’t understand why Dao Lang is so popular this year. The words of his songs are awful. At the same time, his style is so simple that I am not interested in him indeed. Step IV Pronunciation The aim of this part is to let the Ss read sentences using the correct intonation. Play the tape for the Ss to listen to and follow. T: As we all know, reading English aloud is an important part in our English learning. If you want to read English sentences correctly, one thing that you must remember is the intonation. Now please look at the sentences on the screen. I will play its tape, for the first time, just listen carefully and pay attention to the speaker’s intonation. Show some sentences on the screen. 1. Unfortunately, he arrived at the show after I had left. 2. By the time we arrived at the stadium, the band had begun playing. 3. Fortunately, the power cut happened after the fans had left the stadium. 4. Before he made his latest album, he had recorded some songs with Paul McCartney. Play the tape. I really like... ... is wonderful! I can’t understand... ... is dreadful!

T: Let’s listen to the tape again, at the same time you must mark↗ when the speaker’s voice rises and↘ when it falls. Listen again and mark. T: We’ll listen to the tape a third time, and check your answers while you are listening. Listen and check. T: Now let’s listen for the last time. Please read after the tape. ... Step V Homework 1. Finish exercises about vocabulary in the WORKBOOK on Page 80. 2. Prepare for the reading task on Page 22. The Second Period Teaching goals 教学目标 1. Target language 目标语言 a. 重点词汇和短语 court, director, genius, symphony, talent, change ... into ..., be impressed with, go deaf b. 重点句式 Other composers had written symphonies before Haydn, but ... P22 Having worked there for 30 years, Haydn moved to ... P22 By the time he was 14, Mozart had composed ... P23 While he was still a teenager, Mozart was ... P23 After they had known each other for many years, Beethoven said ... P23 2. Ability goals 能力目标 Enable the Ss to talk about some world-famous composers. 3. Learning ability goals 学能目标 Help the Ss learn how to talk about some famous composers in the world. Teaching important points 教学重点 Get the Ss to learn something about Joseph Haydn, Mozart and Beethoven. compose, album, catchy, be known as, Reading

Teaching difficult points 教学难点 Background of the three famous composers and different types of music. Teaching methods 教学方法 Fast reading, listening, comparison and discussion. Teaching aids 教具准备 A projector and a computer. Teaching procedures & ways 教学过程与方式 Step I Revision Check the answers to the exercises about vocabulary in the WORKBOOK on Page 80. Step II Pre-reading T: Have you ever listened to famous piano music? Ss: Yes. We have listened to the Ninth Symphony of Beethoven. T: Then how much do you know about Beethoven? Ss: We only know he is a gifted musician and when he was over thirty years old, he went deaf. T: Besides Beethoven, which musicians do you know? Ss: Mozart and Chopin. T: Good. Please look at the three pictures on the screen; do you know who they are? Show the pictures of Haydn, Mozart and Beethoven on the screen.

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791)

Joseph Haydn (1732-1809)

Ludwig Beethoven (1770-1827)

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S1: They were Haydn, Mozart and Beethoven. T: Then do you know what they are famous for? S2: Joseph Haydn is known as “the father of the symphony”. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart is known for his musical genius. And Beethoven is famous for his world-class piano pieces. T: How much do you know about their background? S3: Haydn was born in a village in Austria, the son of a peasant. He had a beautiful voice. Mozart was born in Salzburg, Austria. By the time he was four, he had composed many pieces for the harpsichord, piano and violin, as well as for orchestras. Beethoven was born in Bonn, Germany. He showed musical talent when he was very young, and learned to play the violin and piano from his father. T: Good. They are all world-class musicians. They brought beautiful music to the world. If you want to know more about them, let’s do some reading. Step III Reading Task 1 Fast reading Read the text quickly to get the main idea and choose the best title. T: Please open your books and turn to Page 22. Now read the text as quickly as possible to get the main idea of the text and do Activity 2. I will give you ten minutes.

Ten minutes later. T: OK! Time’s up. Who would like to tell me the main idea of the text? S1: Let me have a try. This text tells of three great musicians who did great contributions to the world. T: You have done a good job. Then who would like to tell me which the best title of the text should be? S2: I choose the second one: Three Great Composers of the Eighteenth Century T: You are right. Task 2 Careful reading Let the Ss read the text again and then finish Activities 3 & 4 on Page 23. T: This time please read the text carefully. After that, deal with Activities 3 & 4. I will give you five minutes. Five minutes later. T: Have you finished? Ss: Yes. Check the answers. Task 3 Language points 1. ... but he changed the symphony into a long piece for a large orchestra. “Change ... into ... ”means “turn ... into ...”. 2. After studying music in Vienna, Haydn went to work at the court of a prince in eastern Austria, where he became director of music. The word “where” introduces the attributive clause and modifies “Austria”. 3. Haydn met Mozart in 1781 and was very impressed with him. “Be impressed with” means “have a favorable effect on sb”. 4. However, it was Haydn who encouraged Beethoven to move to Vienna. “It was ... who ... ”is the pattern of emphasis. The subject of the sentence is stressed, and the original order is: Haydn encouraged Beethoven to move to Vienna. 5. As he grew older, he began to go deaf. “Go deaf” means “become unable to hear at all or to hear well”. Here the word “go” is a link verb, and it is equal to the word “become”.

Task 4 Discussion Let the Ss read through Questions 2 & 3 in Activity 5. Then put them into groups of four to discuss these two questions. After that, ask some Ss to present their answers. T: Turn to Page 24 and read through the Questions 2 & 3 in Activity 5. Please discuss them in groups of four. I will give you six minutes. Six minutes later. T: Have you finished? Ss: Yes. T: OK! Do you think it is important to know something about classical music? S: I think it is necessary. Nowadays more and more people begin to listen to pop music. Many of them think classical music is too difficult to understand, so they don’t get touch with classical music. In fact, listening to classical music is a pleasure. While you listen to it, you can feel something the composer wants to convey. If you know something about classical music, you will try your best to understand the content of the pieces. And thus the treasures these famous musicians left to us will be made use of. T: Very good. Do you think Chinese classical music is different from European classical music? If so, can you explain how? S: I think Chinese classical music is quite different from European classical music. Perhaps it is caused by the different cultures they belong to. Step IV Post-reading Task 1 Text retelling Ask the Ss to retell the text using about 150 words. A sample version: Joseph Haydn was an Austrian composer and is known as “the father of the symphony”. He changed the symphony into a long piece for a large orchestra. He was the son of a peasant. Having worked in eastern Austria for 30 years, Haydn moved to London, where he was very successful. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was possibly the greatest musical genius of all time. He was born in Salzburg, Austria. Wolfgang had musical talent from a very early age.

By the time he was 14, Mozart had composed many pieces for the harpsichord, piano and violin, as well as for orchestras. Haydn met Mozart in 1781 and was very impressed with him. Ludwig van Beethoven showed musical talent when he was very young and learned to play the violin and piano from his father. Beethoven met Haydn in 1791, but was not impressed by the older man. However, it was Haydn who encouraged Beethoven to move to Vienna. As he grew older, he began to go deaf. Task 2 Writing techniques of the text T: Now let’s analyze the writing techniques of the text. Who would like to tell us its writing characteristics? S1: Let me have a try. First, the excellent beginning of the personal introduction can arouse the readers’ strong curiosity and interest. Second, the text has a very good structure of the personal introduction. Their background, their achievements and their experiences are well organized. T: Thank you. Then what is the writing style? S2: This text is a personal introduction. In each part of the text, the author introduces their birthplaces, their achievements, their musical backgrounds and their deaths, etc. T: Good. The last question: What is the purpose of the writer to write the text? S3: The text serves as a good example on how to write a personal introduction. In addition, the author speaks highly of the three famous composers. T: You did a good job. Step V Homework 1. Listen to, read and retell the text. 2. Prepare for the language study. The Third Period Teaching goals 教学目标 1. Target language 目标语言 a. 重点词汇和短语 album, go deaf, musical talent, split up Grammar

b. 重点句式 When it was ..., there was ... P24 While he was ..., he was ... P24 As he grew older, he began to ... P24 By the time he was a teenager, he was ... P24 Before they visited India, they had ... P27 2. Ability goals 能力目标 Enable the Ss to use adverbial clause of time and the past perfect tense correctly. 3. Learning ability goals 学能目标 Help the Ss learn how to use adverbial clause of time and the past perfect tense. Teaching important points 教学重点 Learn Adverbial clause of time and the link words When, while and as. Learn to use the past perfect tense correctly. Teaching difficult points 教学难点 How to use the link words correctly. Compare the past tense with the past perfect tense. Teaching methods 教学方法 Practice. Teaching aids 教具准备 A projector and a Bb. Teaching procedures & ways 教学过程与方式 Step I Grammar 1 Task 1 Presentation T: Today we’re going to have a grammar lesson. In this class we’ll learn two grammar points. One is adverbial clause of time, and the other is the past perfect tense. Now before our new class, let’s play a game. Here are some cards in my hand. There is a Chinese sentence in each card. I will show them to you one by one. When you see it, please translate it into English immediately. Are you clear? Ss: Yes. T: OK. Are you ready? Let’s go.

Show the cards one by one. 1. 我们到家的时候天已经快黑了。 S1: When we reached home, it was getting dark. 2. 该工作的时候就工作, 该玩的时候就玩。 S2: Work while you work, play while you play. 3. 我上学之前, 一点英语都不懂。 S3: I didn’t know any English before I started school. 4. 他们很兴奋, 以至近天明才睡着。 S4: They were so excited that they didn’t fall asleep until it was almost dawn. 5. 自从大学毕业以后, 他一直在这里工作。 S5: He has been working here ever since he left university. Task 2 Explanation T: OK. All of you are wonderful. Now let’s find out the conjunctive adverb in each sentence. Any volunteers? S: In the first sentence, it’s when. S: The second, while. S: The third, before. S: The fourth, until. S: The fifth, ever since. T: You five did very well. Now let’s analyze the above five sentences. Please tell me which action happens first, the one in the main clause or the one in the subordinate clause. S1: In the first sentence two actions happen at the same time. T: Very good! The second one? S2: At the same time, too. T: Excellent! What about the third one? S3: The action in the main clause happens first. T: Quite right! How about the fourth one? S4: Also the action in the subordinate clause happens first. T: And the fifth one?

S5: The action in the subordinate clause happens first. Through this exercise, the Ss can understand adverbial clause of time. Task 3 Practice T: OK! From this, I can see you have grasped adverbial clause of time. Now turn to Page 24 and please do Activities 1-3 in Grammar 1. A few minutes later, check the answers. Step II Grammar 2 Task 1 Presentation Write the following two sentences on the blackboard. 1. After they had become stars in their own country, the Beatles toured the United States. 2. Before they visited India, they had recorded seven albums. Then ask the Ss the following questions: In the first sentence, which came first, becoming stars in their own country or touring the United States? What about the second sentence? A few minutes later, check the answers. Task 2 Explanation T: The past perfect tense is used to express a certain action, which happened before another past-time action. Please pay attention to the difference between the past tense and the past perfect tense. Look at the following sentences. 1. The meeting started at six o’clock. (The action started happens at six o’clock.) 2. The meeting had started when we arrived at the hall. (Had started happens before arrived.) 3. He had worked in Beijing for ten years before he came to our school. (Had worked lasts for ten years.) 4. The teacher said that Columbus discovered America in 1492. historical fact.) 5. He got up, dressed himself and then went downstairs to have breakfast.(There are a series of actions linked by and.) T: If we meet verbs like think, suppose, hope, want, expect and plan, we usually use (The italic part is a

the past perfect tense. e.g. I had thought he had died.

They had wanted to catch the first bus, but they didn’t get up early enough. Task 3 Practice Guide the Ss to do Activities 2-4 on Page 27. Through these exercises, the Ss can consolidate the use of the past perfect tense. Step III Homework Finish the exercises in Grammar on Page 79 of the WORKBOOK. The Fourth Period Teaching goals 教学目标 1. Target language 目标语言 a. 重点词汇和短语 album, ballad, band, catchy, complex, influence, lyrics, solo artist, tune, split up b.重点句式 P26 The band consisted of John Lennon,... During the mid-1960s, the Beatles were one of the bands, which... After they had finished ..., they split up. By the time they stopped ..., they had... 2. Ability goals 能力目标 Enable the Ss to listen for some information about the Beatles. 3. Learning ability goals 学能目标 Help the Ss learn how to listen for some information about the Beatles. Teaching important points 教学重点 Learn about a famous band in history. Teaching difficult points 教学难点 Let the Ss learn how to express their feelings about music. Teaching methods 教学方法 Discussion, listening and cooperative learning. Teaching aids 教具准备 A recorder and a computer. Listening

Teaching procedures & ways 教学过程与方式 Step I Revision Check the homework. Step II Lead-in Play a song of the Beatles — Let It Be. After that, ask the Ss some questions about the Beatles. T: Do you know the name of the song? Ss: Yes, Let It Be. T: Do you know who sang the song? Ss: Sorry, we have no idea. T: OK, it doesn’t matter. The song was sung by a famous band called the Beatles. Ss: Oh! T: Have you ever heard about the band? Ss: Yes, of course. It is a very famous band. T: OK! Now please look at the picture on Page 26, they are the famous Beatles. Was it taken recently? How old do you think the photo is? How do you know? Ss: No, it was taken a long time ago. Because their hairstyle is out of date and their clothes are not popular. T: Good! You are right. The picture was taken in the 1960s when they were very popular. Today we are going to listen to the tape about the Beatles. Before listening, let’s deal with the words in the box. Ask the Ss to look through the words in the box, and then listen to the teacher and answer questions about the words. A few minutes later. T: Now I will tell you some explanations. You should tell me which words they explain. Are you ready? Ss: Yes. T: OK! The first one, collection of songs. S1: Album. T: Well done! The second, folk songs. S2: Ballad.

T: Good. The next, if something is difficult to understand, it is... S3: Complex. T: OK, the next, effect has the same meaning with... S4: Influence. T: The words of a song. S5: Lyrics. T: An artist who is alone on the stage. S6: Solo artist. T: What’s the meaning of band, catchy and split up? Ss: 乐队,感人的,分裂。 T: Wonderful! Now let’s come to the Listening. Step III Listening Task 1 Let the Ss listen to the tape for the first time and get the main idea of the material. A sample version: The main idea of the material: Beatles was a famous rock music band in the 1950s &&1960s. Judging from their appearance, they were gentle and a little childish, but easy to go with. The band was founded in 1959 by four persons: John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr. In all, by the time they split up, they had sold 27 albums, which often went to the top of the music chart. So later the No.1 appeared, including all the top songs. The band split up in 1970, and John Lennon was killed by a crazy fan at the gate of his house in 1980. In 2001, another member George Harrison died of illness. Task 2 Listen again and finish Activities 3 & 4. Then listen once more and stop the tape when it is necessary to check the answers. Step IV Everyday English T: Turn to Page 28. Please look at some pictures. In the pictures there are Walkman, CD-Discman, MP3, cassette player, headphone and earphone. Which do you like listening to music on?

Choose some Ss to speak out their own answers. Then deal with Activities 2 & 3. When listening, let the Ss pay more attention to the words in Activity 3. T: Do you know why Tom and Anna used these words? What kinds of feelings do these words convey? S: I think they are used to express feelings of excitement or strong moods. T: Now please work in pairs. Discuss your favorite music and how you listen to it. A few minutes later, I will ask some of you to present your answers. A few minutes later, check the answers. Sample versions: S1: My favorite music is classical music, especially the piano music. When I get tired, I listen to it. After a while, I will feel refreshed. I think classical music can make me fully relaxed. S2: My favorite music is pop music. I think it can give me limitless energy. ... Step V Listening and Speaking 1. Listen for the first time and number the questions in the order in which you hear in Exercise 11. 2. Have a quick look at the two paragraphs in Exercise 12. Then listen again and correct the mistakes. 3. Listen for the third time and stop if it is necessary to correct the mistakes. 4. Match the statements with the singers in Exercise 14. Then check the answers. Step VI Homework T: Today we have listened to two materials. One is about the famous band — the Beatles; the other is about several fans and their favorite singers. After class, you should listen to them again and sum up what you have learnt from them. Then get some information about your favorite band or singer. The Fifth Period Teaching goals 教学目标 1. Target language 目标语言 Extensive Reading

a. 重点词汇和短语 symphony, composer, leading, instrument, professor, organ, choir, be known as, be famous for, mix ... with ..., in all b. 重点句式 From that time, he has been ... P29 He is famous for mixing ... with ... P29 Since 1993, he has worked part of the time in ... and part of the time in ... P29 While studying at school, he also ... P82 By the time Bach died in 1750, he had ... P82 2. Ability goals 能力目标 Enable the Ss to talk about the Chinese composer — Ye Xiaogang and some foreign composers, such as Johann Sebastian Bach and George Gershwin. 3. Learning ability goals 学能目标 Help the Ss learn how to talk about some Chinese and foreign composers. Teaching important points 教学重点 Talk about the contribution of Ye Xiaogang. Teaching difficult points 教学难点 Talk about what we should learn from Ye Xiaogang. Teaching methods 教学方法 Fast reading and discussion. Teaching aids 教具准备 A projector, a computer and a recorder. Teaching procedures & ways 教学过程与方式 Step I Check the homework T: Boys and girls, have you got the information about your favorite band or singer? Ss: Yes. T: Then who would like to introduce your favorite to us? S1: Liu Dehua is my favorite singer. He was born on September 27th, 1961. His original name is Liu Furong and his English name is Andy Lau. He is 1.74 meters tall and weighs 64 kilograms. He has three elder sisters, one younger sister and a

younger brother. He can speak English, Putonghua and Guangdonghua. He believes in Buddhism and likes collecting old watches. He likes the colors of purple, white and black. His first TV play was <江湖再见> and his first movie was <彩云曲>. His first song was <爱的连线>and his first book was <浓情爱不完>.What’s more, he is afraid of mouse. We know he has sung many good songs, on the other hand, he is well-known as a good actor. I like him very much, what about you? S2: Wang Lihong is my favorite singer, because he has beautiful appearance and voice. He is really handsome and gentle. He is 1.80 meters tall and weighs 70 kilograms. He was born on May 17th. He grew up in America and attended university there, and his English name is Lee Hom. He has many famous songs such as <不可能

错过你>,<公转自转>,<唯一> and <Julia>. He was once awarded the annual most
popular male signer. I love him very much and I will support him forever. T: Excellent! You have finished the homework very well. Step II Reading Task 1 T: In the previous period, we have learned three great musicians; they are Joseph Haydn, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, and Ludwig Van Beethoven. What is in common of them? Ss: They are all male musicians and they are foreigners. T: Good! They are all foreigners. Today let ‘s go on to learn something about another two foreign musicians. Please turn to Page 82. 1. Give the Ss some time to read Great Composers of the Past and find out answers to Exercise 9. 2. Ask the Ss to read again and complete sentences in Exercise 10. Task 2 Explain some important words 1. marry: vt. 在大多数情况下是及物动词,需要宾语或用被动语态。 e.g. She married a rich man. 她嫁给了一个富人。 vi. 在有副词修饰时,可作不及物动词。 e.g. She married very early. 她结婚很早。

“和某人结婚”要用 to, 也可什么介词都不用。 e.g. She married a doctor. = She was married to a doctor. 表示结婚已一段时间应该用 be married. e.g. They have been married for ten years. = They married ten years ago. = It is ten years since they got married. 2. in all 总共,全部 related phrases:after all 毕竟,终究 above all 最重要的事 first of all 首先 Step III Cultural Corner Task 1 Lead-in T: From the text and the reading, we have known some great foreign musicians. But do you know any musicians in our country? Ss: Yes, we know Li Yundi and Kong Xiangdong. T: Good. But today we’ll learn something about another Chinese musician — Ye Xiaogang. Do you know something about him? S1: I know he is famous and known as the New Tide with others. S2: I know he has studied abroad. T: You are right. Thank you very much. Now we will read the text on Page 29. First, read the text quickly and underline the difficult words that you don’t understand. Show the explanations of some words on the screen. the New Tide 新潮流 Central Conservatory of Music of China 中央音乐学院 Horizon 地平线 contemporary adj. 同时期的,同时代的 instrumentation 为器乐的编曲 Shanghai Symphony Orchestra 上海交响乐团 Task 2 Reading Give the Ss time to read the text and make a note of Ye’s life experiences. Sample answers:

When he was 4 years old — He began studying piano From 1978 till 1983 — He studied at the Central Conservatory of Music of China In 1985 — There was a concert of his symphonies in Beijing In 1986 — His album Horizon appeared and his music was played at the First Contemporary Chinese Composers’ Festival in Hong Kong Since 1993 — He has worked part of the time in Beijing and part of the time in the US Then let the Ss read the text again and complete the following sentences. He _________ musical __________ at an early age. After ______________, he worked there as a ___________. From that time, he has been one of the __________ modern composers of Chinese _____________ music. He is _________ _______ mixing Chinese musical _________ with western forms and instrumentation. Since 1993, he _______ worked ________ _____ ________ ________ in Beijing and part of the time in the US. Sample answers: showed, ability; graduation, lecturer; leading, classical; famous for, traditions; has, part of the time After that, deal with Activity 3 on Page 29. T: OK! Now I have two questions for you. Q1: Are there any similarities between Ye Xiaogang and the European composers you have read about in this module? Ss: Yes, there are similarities between them. First, they all showed musical talent when they were very young. Second, they were all very diligent. T: Very good. Q2: Do you think it is a good idea to mix Chinese music with western music? Ss: We think it is a very good idea. Chinese music is quite different from western music, so we should bring in something good in western music. T: You did a good job, thank you. Task 3 Explain some important phrases and sentences

1. appear: v. 出现 →n. appearance 出现,露面,外表,容貌 e.g. We mustn’t judge people by appearance. 我们不可以以貌取人。 2. be famous / (well) known be famous / (well ) known be famous / (well ) known as sb / sth 作为……而出名 for sb / sth 因为……而出名 to sb 为……(人)所知

e.g. Ye Xiaogang is known as a composer. Ji’nan is well known for its beautiful springs. Confucius is well known even to some foreigners. 3. mix : vt. 使混合,掺合,混淆 mix ... with / and ...

e.g. If you mix blue and yellow, you will make green. mix black with white 混淆黑白 vi. 相混合,相融合 e.g. Oil and water will not mix. 油和水不相融合。 Step IV Extra-reading Xiaogang Ye

Born on September 23rd, 1955, Xiaogang Ye is regarded as one of the leading contemporary Chinese composers. From 1978 till 1983 he studied at the Central Conservatory of Music of China. After graduation, he was appointed resident composer and lecturer at the Central Conservatory of Music of China. From 1987 he studied at the Eastman School of Music of the University of Rochester. Amongst his teachers were Minxin Du, Samuel Adler, Joseph Schwantner, Louis Andriessen and Alexander Goehr. Since 1993, Xiaogang Ye divides his time between Beijing and Exton, Pennsylvania. Xiaogang Ye’s oeuvre covers symphonic works, chamber music for various instruments, stage works as well as film music.

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Alexander-Tcherepnin-prize 1982, the price of the Japan Dance Star Ballet (1986), the Urban Council of Hong Kong (1987-94), the Taiwan Symphony Orchestra (1992), the China Cultural Promotion Society (1993), the Li Foundation, San Francisco (1994) and the Chinese National Symphony Orchestra (1996). He was a fellow of the Metropolitan Life Foundation and the Pennsylvania Council of the Arts (1996). Read and choose the best answers: 1. Which kind of music does Ye’s music not cover? A. symphonic works C. film music B. classical music D. chamber music (B)

2. In 1996, which prize and award did he receive? A. Alexander-Tcherepnin-prize B. Taiwan Symphony Orchestra C. Chinese National Symphony Orchestra D. China Cultural Promotion Society (C) Fryderyk Franciszek Chopin Perhaps the greatest of all composers for the piano. Called a “musical genius” when he was a teenager, Chopin composed a remarkable variety of brilliant pieces: warlike polonaises, elegant waltzes, romantic nocturnes, and poetic ballads and studies. He began to take piano lessons when he was 6 years old. He started to compose music even before he knew how to write. After giving two very successful concerts at the age of 19, Chopin began writing pieces in his own original piano style. After 1930, he lived in Paris, where he gave lessons and concerts. He died of tuberculosis, at the age of 39. Read and then decide if the statements are true or false. 1. He did not compose any music about waltzes. (F) 2. He started to write before he began to compose music. (F) 3. His piano lessons began when he was a teenager. (F) Step V Homework Find some information about your favorite musician, such as his works, his family

and his features. The Sixth Period Teaching goals 教学目标 1. Target language 目标语言 a. 重点词汇和短语 music mad, biography, musical, play the violin b. 重点句式 My favorite kind of music is ... P25 I’m music mad. P84 I especially like listening to Beethoven when ... P84 2. Ability goals 能力目标 Enable the Ss to present a biography of a famous Chinese musician. Enable the Ss to express personal feelings and attitude to music. 3. Learning ability goals 学能目标 Help the Ss learn how to present a biography of a famous Chinese musician. Guide the Ss to write a short passage to introduce his / her feelings about music. Teaching important & difficult points 教学重点与难点 Teach the Ss learn how to present a biography of a musician. Teaching methods 教学方法 Task-based learning, guided writing and discussion. Teaching aids 教具准备 A projector and a computer. Teaching procedures & ways 教学过程与方式 Step I Revision Check the homework. Step II Writing The purpose of this writing is to let the Ss describe their favorite music by answering an e-mail. First, let them read the passage, and then they should write another passage by answering the questions. T: Please turn to Page 25. Read the e-mail and then write down your replies according Writing

to the questions followed. I will give you five minutes. Five minutes later. T: All right, stop here. Have you finished it? I’ll ask some of you to read your short passages. S1: I like music very much, almost every kind of music — classical, rock, jazz and so on. I like the popular music best. I usually listen to music at home on my CD Discman. I think I am not musical, because I cannot sing or play a musical instrument. I just take listening to music as a way to relax myself. S2: In my opinion, music is very important, so I like it very much. My favorite kind of music is traditional Chinese music. I like the instruments very much. And I don’t like the rock and jazz music, because they are too noisy. At school, I listen to my Walkman after class, and when I am at home, I listen to MP3. So I like my MP3 very much. To be frank, I am musical, I like singing and I can play the piano. If time permits, I hope I can give a performance. T: Excellent! All of you have done a good job. Step III Task The purpose of this writing task is to let the Ss present a biography of a famous Chinese musician and encourage the Ss to love traditional Chinese music. T: In this module, we have learned about several musicians, so we are going to write a biography of a Chinese musician. First you should read the notes about the composers in this module. S: Can I make notes about the composer I want to talk about? T: Of course! When you do this, you can use the time expressions in Grammar 1. Now you can work together with those who choose the same composer with you. Then you should find photographs and news items about the composer. Each person in the group should talk about something different about the composer. You should find the information about his works, his biographical details, his family and home life. Ten minutes later. T: Have you finished? Now who would like to read your composition? Each group can choose one representative.

S1: Let me try. Here is our composition. We talked about Nie Er. Nie Er, the famous musician in the history of China, was born in 1912 in Yunnan Province. He went to Japan in 1934, because he planned to visit Russia and Europe to study. Unfortunately, he drowned in Japan. By the time he died, he had written

many songs, including <毕业歌>,<大路歌>,<码头工人歌> and <义勇军进行曲>. The last one was set as the national song and now is sung every day. So from this point, we think he is one of the most famous musicians in China. S2: Here we talked about another famous musician — Wang Luobin. Wang Luobin was also very famous and great. His original name was Rongting, and he was born on 28th of December in 1913 in Beijing. In 1934, he graduated from the Music Department of Beijing Normal University. After graduation, he devoted himself to the war against Japanese. He wrote many good and famous songs, including <在

那遥远的地方>,<半个月亮爬上来>,<达坂城的姑娘> and <阿拉木罕>. Most of
his songs are about the western parts, so he was called “Father of Western Folk Songs” In all, he had three children, and after his death, his family became poorer. In . conclusion, we think he is great, and should be remembered forever. S3: We think the popular singer Liu Huan is also great, so we want to talk about him. Liu Huan, the prince of pop singers in China, is famous for his beautiful songs such as “The Sun in My Heart” and “A Crescent Moon”. He is able to sing songs of different styles, ranging from pop to rock, and from Chinese folk songs to songs in foreign languages. He is a writer, composer, singer, and producer in one song. He achieved great success for the songs he wrote for the TV series“Beijingers in New York”. He was also invited to write and sing songs for international sports meetings, including the 11th Asian Games. Liu Huan is a man of many abilities who is also interested in many other things such as tourism, literature and fine arts. Here we have got a picture of his home, very grand, isn’t it? T: Superb! You have done very well. Step IV Speaking and Writing Ask the Ss to read a reader’s letter on an Internet music website and find out the detailed information. Then let them write a letter to the Internet music website to

show their feelings about music. T: Please turn to Page 84. Now read the letter and then answer the 6 questions in Exercise 15. After the Ss read the letter. T: Ok, have you read the letter? Ss: Yes. T: Have you found the answers? Three minutes for you to discuss. Now work in groups. Three minutes later. T: Now which groups would like to answer the questions? Sample answers: 1. Music is one of the most important things in his life. 2. He likes rock music best of all and his favorite band is Rolling Stones. 3. He also listens to classical music; he especially likes listening to Beethoven when he’s doing his homework. 4. He listens to music in the streets and on the bus to school with his minidisk player. At home, he has a CD player in his room and the music is on all the time. 5. He listens to music whenever he can except in the class. 6. He listens to music almost every day. T: Excellent! Now, we’ll come to Exercise 18. It’s your turn to write a letter to the Internet music website. Use the letter in Exercise 17 as a model. ... A sample version: Hello, My name is Nancy; I am a middle school student. I am in grade one, class 14. I like music very much. In my life, music is so important that I cannot live without it, even one day. Every morning, as soon as I open my eyes, I turn on the recorder, and then go to wash face while listening. Then I go to school and listen to my Walkman on my way. Of course, in classes I cannot listen to music. But during the breaks, listening to music is my way to relax, and all my classmates like it very much, so we share the

music. I am proud of myself a bit. At night, when I go to bed, I like listening to music for a little while because this helps me fall asleep easily. Among all kinds of music, I like pop music and traditional Chinese music best. My favorite singer is Cai Yilin, just because she is beautiful. I like her songs. What’s more, I like listening to the songs of Deng Lijun, they can make me relaxed. So much, bye! Nancy Step V Homework Sum up the whole module by referring to the MODULE FILE.


The Beatles



The Beatles was undoubtedly the most influential band of the century. In a course of 8 years, they changed not only rock and roll, but also the face of all music forever. John Lennon (John Winston Lennon) — born October 9, 1940, Liverpool, England — died December 8, 1980, New York, USA Paul McCartney (James Paul McCartney) — born June 18, 1942, Liverpool, England George Harrison — born February 25, 1943, Liverpool, England — died November 30, 2001, Los Angeles, USA Ringo Starr (Richard Starkey) — born July 7,1940, Dingle, Liverpool, England Towards the end of 1962, the Beatles broke through to the UK charts with their debut single, Love Me Do. On February 13, 1963 the Beatles appeared on UK television’s Thank Your Lucky Stars to promote their new single, Please Me, and were seen by six million viewers. It was a pivotal moment in their career, at the start of a year in which they would spearhead a working-class assault on music, fashion and the peripheral arts. After seven weeks at the top with From Me To You, they released the strident, wailing She Loves You, a rocker with the catchphrase Yeah, Yeah, Yeah that was echoed in ever more frequent newspaper headlines. It was at this point that the

Beatles became a household name. She Loves You was replaced by I Want to Hold Your Hand, which had UK advance sales of over one million and entered the charts at Number 1. In November of 1963 I Want to Hold Your Hand became a number-one hit in America. To the American teens their long hair, collarless suits, and Beatle boots were irresistible. The press loved the way they could always come up with something witty and charming for them to quote. All in all the Beatles took America by storm.

Paperback Writer was another step forward, with its gloriously elaborate harmonies and charmingly prosaic theme. It was soon followed by a double-sided chart-topper, Yellow Submarine / Eleanor Rigby, the former a self-created nursery rhyme sung by Starr, complete with mechanical sounds, and the latter a brilliantly orchestrated narrative of loneliness, untainted by mawkishness. Their first recording to be released was Penny Lane / Strawberry Fields Forever, which broke their long run of consecutive UK number-one hits. The Beatles continued on, with McCartney stepping up and trying to take over the management role. But during this time their lives began to go in different directions. Lennon met artist Yoko Ono, George was seeking enlightenment from Ravi Shankar, and Paul fell into the arms of photographer Linda Eastman. In 1968 the Beatles became increasingly involved with the business of running their company, Apple Corps. The first Apple single, Hey Jude, was a warm-hearted ballad that progressed over its seven-minute duration into a rousing singalong finale. Amid the uncertainty of 1969, the Beatles enjoyed their final UK Number 1 with Ballad of John and Yoko, on which only Lennon and McCartney performed. With various solo projects on the horizon, the Beatles stumbled through 1970, their disunity betrayed to the world in the depressing film Let It Be, which shows Harrison and Lennon clearly unhappy about McCartney’s attitude towards the band.

Releasing album after album and motion pictures, the Beatles were indeed on top of the world. But in August, 1969 Lennon announced that he wanted a divorce from the group, the band was finished. He insisted, however, that the break up remain quiet. It was kept hidden until April 10, 1970 when McCartney decided to formally dissolve the group. Many blamed the break up of the Beatles on Yoko Ono and Linda McCartney. Others felt that the Beatles had run their course, and it was just their time. Whatever was the cause of their break up, it ended an era but left behind a legacy that will never be forgotten. Joseph Haydn Nothing in Haydn’s early years or in his family history indicated that he might attain such heights of fame. He was born in 1732 in the Austrian village of Rohrau, in a corner of the country far nearer to Hungary than to the Alps. The composer’s father, Mathias, worked in that profession, yet he also harbored a love of music, and developed a small talent for singing and playing the harp. Joseph was given extensive training as a singer, and served as one of the Cathedral’s principal soloists, yet voice was not his only area of study. He also learned harpsichord, organ, violin, a little music theory, and a great deal of Latin. Nicola Porpora, the great librettist and court poet Metastasio, and the dowager Princess Esterházy who, it is presumed, eventually brought the talented young musician to the attention of her sons. Responsibilities included composing, performing, and conducting music entertain the court. It was a good position for a young man, but the term of employment would be brief. The court was fiscally impractical, and soon could no longer afford to maintain an orchestra. Haydn would write his First Symphony in the fall of 1759. In this same year, Prince Nikolaus built his palace of Esterháza in the countryside near Lake Neusiedler about thirty miles south of Vienna. There he installed Haydn and all the musicians. Haydn’s growing reputation was acknowledged in a new contract that he signed with the Esterházys on January 1, 1779, when at last, after fifteen years of exclusive employment, he was given the right to compose for other potential patrons, not merely for Prince Nikolaus. This alteration in the arrangement allowed Haydn to earn

a tidy extra income, and it permitted his works to gain a wider audience. Thus, it was that in 1782, he composed three symphonies (No. 76-78) for a planned English excursion that was eventually cancelled. In 1784, the new highly regarded composer received another commission from a concert promoter in Paris requesting a set of six symphonies. Haydn put some of his best effort into the project. The resulting symphonies, No. 82 through 87 (including the so-called “Bear”, “Hen” and “Queen of France” symphonies), premiered the following year. Haydn remained productive nearly to the end of his life. Yet the principal role that he played in these last years was neither that of composer nor that of Kapellmeister. He had become, most important, Vienna’s grand old man of music: an inspiration to younger generations, a man internationally revered even by unmusical souls. In May 1809, when Napoleon’s armies captured the city of Vienna after an intense bombardment, Napoleon himself ordered that an honor guard be placed outside the home where the master composer lay on his deathbed. Haydn passed away on May 31, 1809, at the age of seventy-seven. At his memorial service two weeks later, Mozart’s Requiem was sung in Vienna’s Schottenkirche. Haydn’s remains now lie in the Bergkirche in Eisenstadt, a short distance from the Esterházy palace where he had spent his last working years. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791) He showed musical gifts at a very early age, composing when he was five and when he was six playing before the Bavarian elector and the Austrian empress. Mozart astonished his audiences with his precocious skills; he played to the French and English royal families, had his first music published and wrote his earliest symphonies. They spent 1769 in Salzburg; 1770-1773 paid three visits to Italy, where Mozart wrote two operas (Mitridate, Lucio Silla). Summer 1773 paid a further visit to Vienna, there Mozart wrote a set of string quartets and, on his return, wrote a group of symphonies including his two earliest, No. 25 in G Minor and 29 in A, in the regular repertory. The period from 1774 to mid-1777 was spent in Salzburg; his works of these years include masses, symphonies, all his violin concertos, six piano sonatas,

several serenades and divertimentos and his first great piano concerto, K271. Paris: there he had minor successes, notably with his Paris Symphony, No. 31, deftly designed for the local taste. But opera remained at the center of his ambitions, and an opportunity came with a commission for a serious opera for Munich. The work, Idomeneo, was a success. In it Mozart depicted serious, heroic emotion with a richness unparalleled elsewhere in his works, with vivid orchestral writing and an abundance of profoundly expressive orchestral recitative. In his early years in Vienna, Mozart built up his reputation by publishing (sonatas for piano, some with violin), by playing the piano and, in 1782, by having an opera performed: Die Entführung aus dem Serail. The work was successful and was taken into the repertories of many provincial companies. In these years, he wrote six string quartets, which he dedicated to the master of the form, Haydn. Haydn told Mozart’s father that Mozart was the greatest composer known to him in person or by name; he had taste and, what was more, the greatest knowledge of composition. He wrote 15 before the end of 1786, with early 1784 as the peak of activity. In 1786 he wrote the first of his three comic operas with Lorenzo da Ponte as librettist, Le nozze di Figaro, here and in Don Giovanni (given in Prague, 1787) Mozart treated the interplay of social and sexual tensions with keen insight into human character that — as again in the more artificial sexual comedy of Cosi fan tutte (1790) — transcends the comic framework, just as Die Zauberflite (1791) transcends, with its elements of ritual and allegory about human harmony and enlightenment, the world of the Viennese popular theatre from which it springs. Mozart lived in Vienna for the rest of his life. He undertook a number of journeys. The last Prague journey was for the premiere of La clemenza di Tito (1791), a traditional serious opera written for coronation celebrations, but composed with a finesse and economy characteristic of Mozart’s late music. He left unfinished the Requiem, his first large-scale work for the church since the C Minor Mass of 1783, also unfinished; a completion by his pupil Süssmayr was long accepted as the standard one but there have been recent attempts to improve on it. Mozart was buried in a Vienna suburb, with little ceremony and in an unmarked grave, in accordance

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