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Unit 2 A lantern for others

教学内容:三年级下册英语课外阅读教材Unit 2 A lantern for others

教学目标:

  1. 能听懂故事、理解故事内容。
  2. 能用简短的单词或句子表达自己的一些意愿或想法。
  3. 掌握英语课外阅读的一些小技巧。
  4. 学会同伴间互相帮助。

教学重、难点:

  1. 能听懂故事、理解故内容。
  2. 能用简短的单词或句子表达自己的一些意愿或想法。

教学准备:

    PPT 头饰

教学流程:

Step1: Greeting.

T: Are you ready?

S: Yes.

T: Class begins.

Step2: Free talk.

Open the door,please.

Close the window,please.

Open the window,please.

Step3: Presentation.

1.T:Thanks for doing this.We can help each other.

   揭题:Unit2 A lantern for others (板书)

  (带领学生学习lantern和others这两个单词,要求能认,会读)

2. T: First, let’s enjoy the story about the pigeon and the ant.(观看视频动画)

3. T: Do you like the story?

  Ss:…

T: Read the story by yourselves , try to think and find the Chinese meaning.

(学生结合书后生词表,朗读并理解课文大概意思)

4.Look at the picture and answer the questions.

(1) Is it dark(黑暗)?

(2) Who has the lantern?

Learn the new words: dark lantern

5.Read the text and find out the new words

 

.T:You did a good job. How do you know the word :slow

 S1: …

S2: …

T总结:Reading tips

阅读中,遇到生词,我们可以: 1. 查生词表。

2. 读课文图片,猜词义。

3. 询问老师。

                                 ……

6.Learn the new words: others,wait for,slow,because,blind,carry,kind.

Underline the new words.

7.Try to read them using your own ways.

8.The blind can’t see the road.Why is he walking with a lantern?

Let’s talk about.

Read :I carry this lantern to help others in the dark.

   After listening that,what do the man do? The man:Let me carry your lantern.Be careful.We’ll go together.

Step4: Consolidation

1. Read the story after the tape, one sentence by one sentence.

2. Read and judge.

a.It is in the moring so the man can’t see the road.

b.The blind has a lantern in his hand.

c.The man with a lantern is blind.

d.The man carries a lantern for others.

d.What do you learn from the story

  3. Act the story.

4.What do you learn from the story

Step5: Homework.

1. Read and act the story after class

2. Take notes.

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