20080514051926859 - Experiencing English Unit 5 Passage A...

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Experiencing English Unit 5 Passage A Integrated Book II 1 Teaching Plan Passage A My Advice to Student: Education Counts Unit 5, Integrated Book Experiencing English Table of Contents Teaching Objectives Teaching Methods A Brief Description of the Class Language Points Teaching Procedures Evaluation Appendix Teaching Objectives l to help students learn the important words in this passage l to familiarize students with some commonly used word roots l to familiarize students with relative and appositive clauses Teaching methods Experiencing English is a course designed to help the students with their English language integrative skills, especially focusing on developing students listening and speaking skills. By carefully designing classroom activities and fully involving students in various tasks, the teacher aims to motivate students and enhance their awareness of independent learning. A Brief Description of the Class Unit Name: Unit 5 Passage A My Advice to Students: Education Counts Time: 100 minutes (2 sessions) Place: Classroom
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Experiencing English Unit 5 Passage A Integrated Book II 2 Students Level : Non-English Major, Grade Two Language Points: 1.Words and Expressions: drop out (of), claim, perceive, let alone, discourage, threaten, focus on, academic, grateful, sign up, lose oneself in, first-hand, jeopardize, capable, appropriate, lead to, specialty/ specialization, obsessive 2. Word Roots: -claim-, -grat-, -en -sign-, dis- -ceive-, -sess- 3. Grammar: Relative sentences: * The computer industry has lots of people who didn t finish college (para 7-L1) * In my company s early years we had a bright part-time programmer who threatened to drop out of hight school to work full-time. (para 8-L1) * Having a diploma certainly helps somebody who is looking to us for a job . (para9-L1 L2) 4. Paraphrases( sentences that students may find difficult): l my students perceive that as a reason not to care much about getting a good education. (para5-L3 L4) my students tend to infer from your success that they don t have to worry very much about doing well in school. l But somebody handing you a book doesn t automatically foster learning. (para10-L1 L2) But if someone gives you a book you may not necessarily learn anything from it. l If you fall into an obsessive pattern in high school, you ve got two problems. (para16-L1) If you fall into a bad habit of having strong but narrow interests in high school, you have two problems (not just one).
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Experiencing English Unit 5 Passage A Integrated Book II 3 5. Language Skills to be Developed: l scan texts l summarize and evaluate main points l brainstorm and learn word roots to enlarge vocabulary Teaching Procedures : 1. Warm-up Activities (15 min) Step 1 : Compound dictation- lead in of passage A Step 2 : Ask students to discuss 1)factors that contributed to the success of Bill Gates, Michael Jordan, Stephen Chou ( 周星驰 ) 2) factors that will contribute to the success of young college students, and ask the representatives of each group to write down their answers on the blackboard.
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