2)学习句型Does Lin Tao like bananas/eggs/bread/meat? Yes, he does. / No, he doesn’t.
Does he/she like ___? Yes, he/she does. No, he/she doesn’t.
Step 1 Revision
1 Revise What do you like? What does he/she like? by selecting several pairs to present their dialogue from SB Page 41, Lesson 97.
2 Ask several students to tell about Li Shan and her family.
3 Check the students dialogues about what they and their families like to eat.
Step 2 Presentation
1 Revise the names of food, using flashcards.
2 Make a chart like the one in WB Lesson 97, Ex.3. Use the names in SB Page 42, Part 1. Ask Does he /she like …? Help the students to answer the questions, Yes, he / she does. or No, he / she doesnt. Then in pairs, have the students ask each other the questions and answers. They can use the answers in the form for help.
Step 3 Read and talk
SB Page 42, Part 1. Students read the form to their partner. Ask some questions about one of the characters such as, Does Li Ming like milk? Ask the students to look at the chart and help them to answer Yes, he does. / No, he doesnt. etc. Now have the students work in pairs, asking and answering questions about Lin Tao, Fang Lei, etc.
Step 4 Read and answer
Culture note: What is typical American food? There isnt any! Since Americans come from many different ethnic backgrounds, there are many different tastes. For example, an American family might eat Italian food one night, Mexican food the next and Chinese food on another night. Just as in America, there is also a great variety of food found in Great Britain. However, the British tend to like to eat more Indian food than the Americans.
1 SB Page 42, Part 2. Books closed! Ask What do you think American students like to eat? What do you think British students like to eat? etc. Write the answers on the Bb. Teach restaurant. Say, Little Val likes to eat in a restaurant. Ask Why does he like to eat in a restaurant? Open your books and lets scan for the information in Part 2. Give the students one minute to find the answer. Because he likes the toys.) Check the answer.
2 Speech Cassette Lesson 98. Books still closed. Play the tape, students listen. Now ask comprehension questions at the end of the reading. Teach often and well. Books open, play the tape again while the students read and repeat.
3 In pairs, have the students practise reading aloud. Have student A read, while student B listens and then switch. Be sure to walk around and give help with pronunciation, intonation and rhythm as needed. Be sure the /J/ of they and the is pronounced correctly, there should be no /s/ or /d/ sound). Check yourself. As an English teacher, you need to be careful of your own pronunciation. Make sure your pronunciation of /J/ is correct. #p#分页标题#e#
4 Get the students to ask each other the questions about the passage.
Step 5 Ask and answer
In pairs, have the students ask and answer questions about the people in the chart. Then you may ask the class questions at a quicker pace.
Step 6 Game
Tell the students in Chinese that you have a friend who only likes food that contains a certain letter. The students must find out the secret letter. e.g. your friend only likes food that contains the letter a, so he / she likes apples, pears, bananas, oranges, meat and bread, etc. He / She doesnt like eggs, rice or milk, etc.) Say He / She likes apples, but doesnt like eggs. Get the students to ask Does he / she like …? until they guess the letter. Repeat with other letters. If there is time, talk about clothing, colours, etc. as well as food.
Step 7 Workbook
SB Page 120, Wb Lesson 98, Exx. 1-3. Ex. 2 helps students grasp the basic structures of the Simple Present Tense. It can develop students accuracy in using the language.
For Ex. 1, divide the class into groups of four. Each student asks the other three students in his/her group about their likes and dislikes. They should write down their answers in the form. Finally, you may call out some students to report to the whole class. Help the students to answer like Zhuang Hua likes meat. She doesnt like potatoes, etc.
Students should give their own answers to the questions in Ex. 3. Encourage them to think up more questions. Ex. 4 — a tongue twister is optional.
Finish off the Workbook exercises.