Lesson 103 教学设计方案


Lesson 103 教学设计方案

Teaching objectives:

Grasp the different types of sentences and grasp some words.

Language focus:

1. Different types of sentences

1) simple sentences.

2) compound sentence: It consists of two or more simple sentences.

3) complex sentence: It consists of a principal clause and one or more subordinate clauses.

2. Useful expressions

l)see...doing sth. 2)by the way3)few, a few 4)little, a little  5)either 6)neither

Properties: Overhead projector, some pictures

Teaching procedures:

Step 1 Revision

1. Dictate some words: trip, pleasant, iceberg, hole, sink, lifeboat, shout, married, thankful, join

2. Retell the story Miss Evans in Lesson 102

Step 2 Leading-in

Saying Have you seen the film Titanic? Do you think it was a very good film? What other films do you like? Can you talk about it?


Students are encouraged to give their answers.

Step 3 Read and say

First get the students to look at the picture, guess what the dialogue is about. Then they read it and check the answer.

Play the tape for the students to listen, and answer: Which film does Linda likes best? (Titanic)

Get the students to talk about the films mentioned in the dialogue. Here are some questions to help:

1. Have you seen or heard of these films?

2. What were the stories?

3. What do you think of the actors and actresses?

4. What do you like most about these films?

5. Do you know the Chinese names of them?

Explain language points:

1. It’s hard to say … 2. by the way


If time permits, get the students to talk about their favourite films or film stars.

Step 4 Learn

First go over the grammar note on page 159 with the students.

Explain the tapes of sentences.

Have the students do this part individually and check the answers with the whole class.

Then do Workbook Exercise 1 in class. Check the answers.

Step 5 Practice

First Explain the meaning of these words “few, a few, little, a little and the different usage between few and little. Explain the meaning either …or, neither … nor.

1) Few is used with countable nouns whereas little is used with uncountable nouns.

2) A few is positive and means “a small number but not a lot”. Few is negative and means not many. A little is positive and means “some, but not a lot”. Little is negative and means not much.

Yes, I do know a few words of French.

Fortunately he still had a little money.

3) neither. . . nor. . . used when two states. facts, actions, etc. are mentioned and both are not true or not possible.

He is neither handsome nor smart.

4) either means one or the other of two things or people .

either. . . or. . .

Either Tom or Jack will go there.

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