Unit 1 Cultural relics Period 5 Grammar 教学设计 I. Teaching contents：The attributive clause : the Restrictive and Non—Restrictive Attributive Clause II. Teaching aims： 1. Review attibutive Clause.:relatvie pronouns and relative adverbs 2. To learn Attributive Clauses : the Restrictive and Non—Restrictive Attributive Clause III. Key points & Difficulties Key points: Grasp the use of the Restrictive and Non—Restrictive Attributive Clause Teaching Difficulties Learn the differences between the Restrictive and Non—Restrictive Attributive Clause IV.Teaching methods Discussing, summarizing and practicing. V. Teaching procedure: Step 1: Finding: ⑴ . Discovering useful structures (on Page 4) Let the students try to find out the Attributive clause in warming up and the reading part. 1. A cultural relic is something that has survived for a long time. 2. It is your job to look into any reports of cultural relics that have been found in China. 3. You are sent to a small town where you find a relic that was stolen from a palace. 4. The man who has it insists that it belongs to his family. 5.This gift was the Amber Room, which was given this name because almost seven thousand tons of amber were used to make it. 6. Later, CatherineⅡhad the Amber Room moved to the palace outside St Petersburg where she spent her summers. 7. In 1770, the room was completed the way she wanted it. 8. This was a time when the two countries were at war. Explain some of them, look at the fifth sentence carefully.