Unit2 Growing pains- Task学案
Presenting a dialogue
1.To help the students practice the language skills of listening and writing
2.To help the students learn how to understand tones in spoken English and write a dialogue.
Important and difficult points:
1.How to read for gist.
2.How to write a dialogue.
Teaching and learning procedures:
Task one: Reading the content on page32 and filling in the blanks
In spoken English, tones are used to express different feelings. To understand how the speaker is feeling, listen for four main things:
Task two: Reading the content on page34and filling in the blanks
The most important part of reading is:
Read the following diary entries. Write the main point of each entry and circle the words which tell you the mood of the writer.
Diary entryMain pointWords that tell the mood of the writer
Task three: Reading the content on page36 and filling in the blanks
When you are writing a dialogue, you should:
Read the dialogue on page36 and discuss with your partner what is wrong with the underlined sentences.
Task four: Listening to the tape and write the most correct emotional
meaning in each blank.
Task five: Listening to tape and write the names of the callers in the spaces below.
Task six: Presenting a dialogue in groups
Christina and her mum have been invited to talk about how they solved their problem on the radio ‘Talk time’ show. Work with two partners. Write a dialogue for Christina, her mum and the radio host. The beginning of the dialogue is provided. Use the information below and what you know from steps 1 and 2 to complete it.
Task seven: Listening to tape and filling in blanks on page100
Prevision： Please prepare for the project