The Third Period Teaching goals 教学目标 1. Target language 目标语言 a. 重点词汇和短语
although, however, unless, until, whatever, even if, as soon as, ever since b. 重点句子 P42 If you go into a school or university anywhere, the chances are you will see students in Li Ning tracksuits with the familiar logo. Whenever Chinese athletes step out onto the track during the 2008 Olympics, they will be wearing Li Ning tracksuits. But even if he had won everything it was possible to win in his sport, Li Ning retired with the feeling that he had failed. 2. Ability goals 能力目标 Enable the students to use the adverbial clauses. 3. Learning ability goals 学能目标 Help the students learn how to use the adverbial clauses. Teaching important & difficult points 教学重难点 The usage of adverbial clauses. Teaching methods 教学方法 Explaining and practicing. Teaching aids 教具准备 A projector and a blackboard. Teaching procedures & ways 教学过程与方式 Step Ⅰ Greetings and Revision T: Good morning / afternoon everyone! Ss: Good morning / afternoon, Mr. Chen. T: During the last period, I asked you to do the activities on page 92. Now let ’s go through the activities and see if you have done well. Check the activities one by one. ...
Step Ⅱ Grammar Show the following sentences on the screen. 1. If you go into a school or university anywhere, the chances are you will see students in Li Ning tracksuits with the familiar logo. 2. Whenever Chinese athletes step out onto the track during the 2008 Olympics, they will be wearing Li Ning tracksuits. 3. But even if he had won everything it was possible to win in his sport, Li Ning retired with the feeling that he had failed. T: In this lesson, we are going to review adverbial clauses. We know that adverbial clauses can be used to indicate time, condition, concession, place, reason and so on. Please look at the sentences on the screen. Try to tell which underlined clause indicates (a) time, (b) condition, or (c) concession. Ask the students to discuss in pairs. Then check the answers in class. T: Well, who knows what the underlined clause in the first sentence indicates? S1: The underlined clause in the first sentence is used as condition. T: Yes, you are right. Do you know which words can connect adverbial clause that is used as condition with the main clause? S1: The following conjunctions can connect adverbial clause of condition with the main clause. They are: as long as, assuming, if, unless, supposing and provided. T: Excellent! What about the second underlined clause? S2: The underlined clause in the second sentence is used as time. The following conjunctions can connect adverbial clause of time with the main clause. They are: when, after, as, as long as, before, directly, immediately, the moment, once, since, while and until. T: Very good! Now, the last adverbial clause. S3: The underlined clause in the last sentence is used as time. Many conjunctions such as although, even if, even though, no matter how, considering, however and so on can connect adverbial clause of concession with the main clause. T: OK! Who would like to give more sentences about adverbial clause of time, condition or concession? S4: After she got married, Lucy changed completely. S5: You didn’t look very well when you got up this morning.
S6: If the rain stops, we’ll be able to go for a walk. S7: Supposing (that) we miss the train, what shall we do? S8: We intend to go to India, even if air fares go up again between now and the summer. S9: However far it is, I intend to drive there tonight. Step III Grammar Practice Ask the students to finish Activities 2 and 3. These two activities are designed for the students to practice choosing the proper conjunctions. Then check the answers in class. T: Now let ’s go on to Activity 4. Complete the sentences with information about yourself. First please write down your sentences on your book. Then read the sentences to your partner. A moment later, ask several students to read out their sentences. Sample sentences: 1. Before I went to bed, I had finished all the exercises. 2. Ever since I study here, my parents have always been worried about me. 3. Whenever I see the photo, I will think of my former teacher. 4. While I left the classroom last night, there were few students there. 5. I won’t give in until I make great progress in English study. 6. Soon after I have lunch, I will have a good sleep. 【高考试题赏析】 1. The WTO cannot live up to its name _____ it does not include a country that is home to one fifth of mankind. A. as long as C. if B. while D. even though
2. Someone called me up in the middle of the night, but they hung up _____ I could answer the phone. A. as B. since C. until D. before
3. —Did you remember to give Mary the money you owed her?
—Yes, I gave it to her _____ I saw her. A. while C. suddenly B. the moment D. once
4. John shut everybody out of the kitchen _____ he could prepare his grand surprise for the party. A. which B. when C. so that D. as if
5. Don’t be afraid of asking for help _____ it is needed. A. unless B. since C. although D. when
6. He made a mistake, but then he corrected the situation _____ it got worse. A. until B. when C. before D. as
7. Come and see me whenever _____. A. you are convenient B. you will be convenient C. it is convenient to you D. it will be convenient to you 8. —How far apart do they live? — _____ I know, they live in the same neighborhood. A. As long as C. As well as B. As far as D. As often as
9. A good storyteller must be able to hold his listeners’ curiosity _____ he reaches the end of the story. A. when B. unless C. after D. until A. because B.
10. Roses need special care _____ they can live through winter. so that C. even if D. as
11. You are saying that everyone should be equal, and this is _____ I disagree. A. why B. where C. what D. how
12. We cannot figure out _____ quite a number of insects, birds, and animals are dying out. A. that B. as C. why D. when
13. Jasmine was holidaying with her family in a wildlife park _____ she was bitten on the leg by a lion. A. when B. while C. since D. once
14. _____ accept that he is not perfect; I do actually like the person. A. While B. Since C. Before D. Unless
15. There were dirty marks on her trousers _____ she had wiped her hands. A. where B. which C. when D. that
16. You should try to get a good night ’s sleep _____much work you have to do. A. however C. although B. no matter D. whatever
Key: 1~ 5 CDBCD 6~10 CCBDD 11~15 BCAAA 16 A Step IV Preposition Practice First go over the usage of some prepositions. Then ask the students to finish Activities 5 and 6. Show the following two sentences on the screen. I spoke to a girl who has brown eyes. I spoke to a girl with brown eyes. T: Well, please look at the screen. There are two sentences that mean the same thing. In the second sentences we use the preposition with which means having or possessing. Now, I will explain other three prepositions to you. Show the following on the screen. from: someone who comes from a particular place lives, works, or belongs there in: wearing something on: touching or being supported by a particular surface T: Now, please complete the phrases with the prepositions in the box in Activity 5. A moment later, check the answers. Sample answers: a girl in a Li Ning tracksuit a journalist from a national channel a child with blue eyes
a young man on a bike T: Let ’s go on to next activity. Please rewrite the sentences with preposition phrases in Activity 6. A moment later, ask several students to read their sentences with their answers. Then ask the students to finish Activities 1, 2 and 4 in the WORKBOOK. Step V Homework 1. Finish off Activity 4 on page 91. 2. Preview the Listening part.