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高中英语说课稿:《SEFC Book I Unit 7 Cultural Relics》优秀说课稿模板

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Teaching Procedures for the 1st Period
Step one Warming-up
1. Greeting.
2. Watching & Chatting:Watch a video which introduces some famous cultural sites across
Shaoxing, having a free chat with the Ss.
3. Questions & Answers:Show to the Ss three pictures, asking them:
      ① What do you know about the places in the pictures?
      ② Where are they?
      ③ Which one would you like to see most? Why?
Step two Pre-listening
 1. Ticking:Listen to the tape and tick the things Ss hear.
2. Questions & Answers:Listen again and discuss the questions in groups
① Why is it important to protect cultural relics?
② Why is it difficult to find out how people lived in ancient times?
③ What do we know about life in ancient Egypt?
④ Why do we know so much about the way the ancient Egyptians lived?
⑤ What do you think we can do to protect our cultural relics?
Step three Listening
1. Language Input :Well, now we're going to listen to a description of three cultural sites.
Please ① Listen to the tape and write down the name of the site in the form below.
          ② Listen to the tape again and write down about its importance.

   ③ Listen to the tape again and write down about “What's being done to protect it”.
Ss discuss their answers in groups and then check in class.
Step four Post-listening
1. Listen to a piece of news (T has previously taken from a news report) and ask Ss to have a discussion about the following topics:
① Why do our city government make such great effort to protect cultural sites?
② Do you think it necessary to spend so much money on the project?
Step five Error-finding
1. Language Input:Now we're going to listen to the description of the three maps. Please
     ① Listen to the tape and put the statues in the right place.
     ② Listen to the tape and put the temple and the museum in the right place.
     ③ Listen to the tape and put the Moon Tower and the Blue Waterfall in the right place.  
Step six Game
1. Language Input:As is known to us all, China is a country with a history of more than 5,0000 years. In the long history, people in different periods have left us quite a number of cultural sites, many of which are world-famous. Now please look at the screen carefully and let's have a game!
     [T divide the class into four groups, asking the Ss to say what the name of the cultural site is and where it is according to the given picture. The group which makes the most choices win the game. ]

Homework
1. Prepare a brief description of Ss’ favorite cultural site in China. The report must include the following: ① The name of the site       ② Its size as well as its history
      ③ Its importance and what is being done to protect it.
                                            (Better surf on the Internet!)
2. Preview “Speaking”.
 
 
               Teaching Procedures for the 2nd Period
Step one Warming-up
1. Greeting.
2. Check the homework, asking individual Ss to come to the front to act out their report. The teacher may ask the others some questions about their reports.
Step two Pre-speaking
1. Brainstorming Ask the Ss one question:What do you think can represent Chinese culture?
[T collect the answers and write them on the blackboard.]
Step three Speaking
1. Language Input:Well, everybody is now asked to make a culture capsule with a size of 2×2 metres, which will be sent into space so that anyone who finds it will understand who we are. You can select five things that represent Chinese culture, but do remember that you cannot put any living things in it. Also you may include in the capsule a short message of about two sentences in any language, but remember that those who find it may not understand the language. Meanwhile please give the reasons for your choices. The following expressions may be helpful to you.

【Model】
SA:In my opinion we could put in ….
SB:That sounds a great idea. And I'd like to choose ….
SA:Sorry, I don't think that's the best choice.
SB:Then what about …?
     ……
2. Now divide the class into groups, each group discuss the project, trying to agree on the same five things. Each group select one student to finish a report and then ask some groups to report in front of the class..
Step four Useful Expressions --- Making suggestions
1. Language Input:In our everyday life, we quite often ask our friends or relatives for advice or suggestions on what to do or what not to do. And in English there're several ways of giving advice or making suggestions.

Step five Dialogue Production
   [T will provide certain situations, asking the Ss to work in pairs to make dialogues.]

Situation A:Two friends are discussing what to do in the coming weekends.


【Model】
A: It's said that there's going to be a wonderful film “Heroes”. Why not go to the cinema?
B: I'm afraid I won't. I have seen it twice.
A: What do you suggest doing, then?
B: Would you like to go out for an outing?
A: I'd like to, but it's going to rain in the next two days.
B: What a pity! Have you considered going to the library?
A: Good idea. Let's meet here at 8 o'clock tomorrow, shall we?
B: Sure.

Situation B:Jessica is poor in English. She is asking her friend, Susan for advice.


【Model】
Jessica: My English is poor. I wonder what I should do.
Susan: You should remember as many English words as possible.
Jessica: OK.
Susan: And you need to have more listening, speaking, reading and writing.
Jessica: It sounds nice, but I still don't know what to do.
Susan: I'm not certain, either. Why don't you ask Mr Wang?
Jessica: That's a good idea. Let's go together.
Susan: All right.
Step six Post-speaking
Workbook p. 121 “Talking”:Divide the whole class into four groups, each group taking the part of an expert, a businessman, villager A and villager B, while the monitor takes the role of the village leader. Ask the Ss to discuss the problem. Each group leader and the monitor prepare a report which is asked to report to the whole class.
Homework
1. Write a report about the culture capsule.
2. Practise ways of making suggestions.
3. Preview “Reading”.
 
 
              Teaching Procedures for the 3rd Period
Step One Warming-up
1. Greeting.
2. Comment on the Ss’ report about the culture capsule.
3. Go over the ways of giving advice or making suggestions.
Step Two Pre-reading
1. Language Input:Throughout the world, there're many well-known cities, and quite a few of them are particularly great. Some of the cities are well received by the people, and some others have in or around them a number of famous cultural relics. Now let's have a free discussion about the following questions:
    ① Some cities, like Paris and Beijing, are called great cities of the world. In your opinion, what makes a city great?
    ② What are your favorite cities?
    ③ What cultural relics are there in the place where you live? How important are they?
Step Three Reading
1. Scanning Ask the Ss to read the passage quickly, finding out where they have the problem understanding the whole story. Discuss the problems in pairs first and in groups later. Deal with some common problems in class.
2. Vocabulary Ask the Ss to complete the sentences with the right words from the passage. (Workbook p. 122 )
3.True or FalseAsk the Ss to listen to the tape while looking at the sentences on the screen, making a decision about whether the following statements are true or false.

4. Skimming Ask the Ss to read the passage more carefully and find the topic sentence for each paragraph. Meanwhile the teacher may ask the Ss to answer some detailed questions.
Questions:① Where do people usually build a city? Why?                                              
          ② What were the palaces like?                                                                          
          ③ What were the palaces used for after the Czars' rule over the city ended?      
          ④ What did the Germans do as they leftthe city?                                              
          ⑤ Was it easy for the people of St Petersburgh to rebuild the city? And why?   
          ⑥ What did the people do to bring the city back to life?                                   
5. Reading aloud  Play the tape and ask the Ss to read along in a loud voice.
Step four Post-reading
1. Ask the Ss to discuss the following questions in groups:
① Why do people think St Petersburgh is a great city?
② Why was it so difficult for people to rebuild the old palaces?
③ What did people use to help them rebuild the city?
④ Why are the people of St Petersburgh heroes?
Step five Interview
   Ask the Ss to work in pairs, playing the role of a newspaper reporter and a citizen of St Petersburgh and finally invite some pairs to act out their interview in the front.
【Model】R-- reporter C--citizen of St Petersburgh
R: Good morning, I'm from Shaoxing Daily. May I ask you several questions?
C: Sure.
R: When was your city built and and who built the city?
C: ……               

Step six Debate
   Divide the whole class into two groups, asking them to collect as much information as possible according to the following situation (topic).

Discussion                         
 With the fast development of economy, many parts of our old city is being rebuilt.In the area where you live, the city government plans to pull down quite a few low old buildings and put up some high buildings. There is an old building, which dates from the Ming Dynasty and in it there’re a lot of famous carved paintings.                                          
Do you think it necessary to pull down this old building or to leave it as it is?           


Step seven Summary and homework
   1. Summarize the passage and ask the Ss to retell the story.
   2. Finish off the exercises on p. 46 “Word study”-2 and p.123 “Vocabulary”-2.

 Teaching procedures for the 4th Period
Step one Warming-up
 1. Greeting.
 2. Ask individual Ss to retell the story.
 3. Check the homework, giving some explanation if necessary.
Step two Lead-in
 1. Ask the Ss to find out the sentences from the passage that they think read most beautiful or sound sweetest.
 2. Enjoy the sentences Ss pick out, especially the sentence:“We will not let our history and culture be destroyed, and we will do everything we can to save our city! ”
Step three Reading
1. Scanning Ask the Ss to read the passage on page 124 and finish the following two exercises shown on the screen.

▲Fill in the blanks with the words from the passage
1. The word which has similar meaning to “finish” is ________.
2. ________ means to go or run quickly.
3. The word ________ means to save.
4. A ________ is a place where people worship ( v.崇拜) the god.
5. To ______ large areas means that water covers large areas.
6. If something is needed, it is ________.
7. When you are seriously ill, your life could be ________.
8. When you see people eating breakfast, you can say “They are ________.”
9. The water of a river, a lake or a sea is called ________.
10. To go up or to get higher means to ________.
【KEYS】1.complete 2.To rush 3.rescue 4.temple 5.flood 6.necessary 7.in danger 8.at breakfast 9.waters 10.rise
▲ Fill in the blanks with proper words.
1. A dam was built.________ a result, the water level of the lake rose ________ 63 meters.
2. They decided to move the temple stone ________ stone.
3. About 20~50% of the electricity which Egypt needs is produced ________ the water
rushing ________ the base of the dam.
4. Each stone was marked ________ a number and then all the stones were carried to the new
place.
5. The old temple, which dates ________ about 1250 BC, will be moved to a new place.
6. The experts are trying to find ways of rescuing the animals ________ danger.
7. Many fields will be covered ________ the waters of the new lake which will be finished
________ the end of this year.
【KEYS】1.As; by 2.by 3.from; through 4.with 5.from 6.in 7.by / with; by / before


2. Skimming Ask the Ss to read the passage more carefully and try to answer the followings:
1.What are the only three man-made projects that can be seen from the earth? Where are they?
2.When was the Aswan High Dam completed?
3.What was the High Dam built for?
4.What problems were caused by building the High Dam?
5.What do you know about the temple at Abu Simbel?
6.How did the engineers decide to move the whole temple?
7.How long did the project last?
8.How much did the project cost?
9.When was the project completed?
10.How can you get to the temple at Abu Simbel?
Step four Post-reading
1. Discussion Divide the class into groups and ask each group to discuss the question:
① Do you think it necessary to spend so much money on rescuing this temple?
② Do you think that the Egyptian engineers solved the problem in the best way possible?
③ Are there other temples or buildings that we could not move?
④ What about the Great Wall or the Temple of Heaven?
⑤ Would it be right to move them if we had to build something where they stand today? Why or why not?
2. Fill in the blanks with proper words.
 The Great Wall of China is one of the eight wonders of the world. It lies across North China ________ a huge dragon (巨龙). It is one of the few man-made projects on earth ________ can be seen from the moon.
 The Great Wall ________ built more than 2,000 years ago. It was built ________ the reason of war. Now it is more than 6,000 kilometers ________ from east to west, 6-7 meters high, and 4-5 meters wide. In most places, it is wide ________ for five horses or ten people to walk side ________side along the top.
 Today the Great Wall has become a great place of ________ .It interests tens of thousands of people ________ different parts of the world every day. So more and ________ people have come to know the famous Chinese saying:“He ________ does not reach the Great Wall is not a true man.”   
【KEYS】like; that; was; for; long; enough; by; interest; from; who
Step five Discussion
1.Language input:In the world there’re many cultural relics. Sometimes people have to choose between protecting the relics of the past and building the roads and houses of the future. What do you think we need to think about when we make decisions about cultural relics?
[Divide the class into groups and ask them to discuss for a while, and then collect ideas or suggestions from each group.]
Step six Summary and Homework
1. Read the passages and finish off Workbook Ex 4 on p.126.
2. Write a report about the discussion.
 
 
              Teaching procedures for the 5th Period
Step one Warming-up
1. Greeting.
2. Check the homework.
3. Ask individual Ss to act out their reports, making some comments if necessary.
Step two Language study
1. Group work Divide the class into groups, asking each group to find the verbs beginning with the letters “re-” and discussing the similarities among them.

restore; rebuild; replace; recreate;   


2. Analyze the structure of the discussed words:prefix “re”+ V. → meaning “do sth. once again”.
3. Brainstorming Ask the Ss to think of other examples or look up the dictionary for words with the prefix “re-”and get the meaning of the words.
【Model】
⑴ reappear vi. appear again (esp. after disappearing)
⑵ recall v. call back
⑶ recollect v. call back to the mind
⑷ recount v. count again
⑸ redo v. do again
⑹ refill v. fill again
⑺ refit v. make (a ship, etc) ready for use again by renewing or repairing parts
⑻ reforest v. plant again with trees
⑼ re-form v. form again
⑽ rehouse v. provide with a new house
⑾ rejoin v. join (together) again
⑿ relay v. lay (a cable, carpet, etc) again
⒀ rename v. give a new name to; name again
⒁ reopen v. open again after closing or being closed
⒂ replay v. play (e.g. a football match that was drawn) again
⒃ reprint v. print again; print a new impression of
⒄ retell v. tell again
⒅ rethink v. think about again; reconsider
⒆ reunite v. bring together or come together again
⒇ rewrite v. write again
4. Structure (Grammar)
Ⅰ.Ask the Ss to put some sentences into English, going over the Present Perfect Tense.
① 在过去的三个月里学生们已经收集了二千节旧电池(n.battery)。
② 园林工人已完成寺庙百分之八十的重建任务。
③ 他已将那台旧电视机送给邻居了。
④ 中国已向太空发射了几十颗人造卫星。
⑤ 史密斯先生已把词典和杂志归还给了图书馆。

Ⅱ.Ask them to change the sentences into passive voice, paying attention to the structure of the sentences.

Ⅲ. Pair work Ask pairs of Ss to discuss and find out the differences between the above two columns, then the teacher gives some explanation if necessary.
Step three Practice
1. Ask the Ss to find the sentences in the passage which include the Present Perfect Tense and then change them into the Active Voice.
2. Drills Ask Ss to finish exercises on page 47 and 48, asking some questions about the two news stories.
① What is the first news story about?
② Why are some of the cultural sites not well protected?
③ What has happened to some ancient sites?
④ What are the villagers worried about?
⑤ What have they decided to do?
⑥ What is the second news story about?
⑦ What will be the result of the repair project?
⑧ What are the people of Beijing asked to do? And what’s the result?
⑨ When was the old city wall built?
⑩ Why do you think the city of Beijing plans to repair the old city wall?
Step four Summarise and Homework
 1.Summarise what’s been studied, esp. word-formation and structure of the Present Perfect Tense.
 2. Finish off workbook exercises on page 128.
 3. Preview “Intergrating skills”.
 
 
 
            Teaching procedures for the 6th Period
Step one Warming-up
   1. Greeting.
   2. Check the homework, giving some explanation if necessary.
Step two Reading
 1. Language Input:Quite often in our daily life we may see or hear or read something that makes us fell happy, sad or even very angry. And we usually want to tell others about our own feelings. We have several ways of showing how we feel, for example, we can have a talk with our close friends or relatives; we can get a pen friend; we can make a phone call to the local radio or TV station; and we can also write to a newspaper, a magazine and so on. Now please read a letter and try to find what is going on.
Questions:                                                               
   ① Where does the writer live?                                                             
   ② What is the writer worried about?                                                   
   ③ How does the air pollution come about?                                          
   ④ What suggestions does the writer make?
Step three  Pre-writing
1.Fill in the form Ask the Ss to work in pairs, answering the questions by filling in the form.

Step four Writing
 1. Questions and Answers Ask individual Ss to answer the questions according the above form.
2. Sentence writing Ask Ss to write down the answers to the questions in the form of sentences.
 3. Sentence combining Ask Ss to combine the sentences one after another, using and, but, or, so, unless, although, because, etc.
 4. Refining Ask Ss to read what they have done, making some necessary changes by using some more difficult conjunctions like which, that, when, what, when, where, etc.
 5. Exchanging Ask pairs or groups of students to exchange what they have written and discuss each other’s writing. After the Ss have done it, ask several students to read out their letters.
Step five Proof Reading
T show the Ss a previously-prepared letter, asking them to correct the mistakes in it.

【KEYS: 1.it→which 2.the→an  3.√  4. ∧a (or few→some / several)  5. was→is
 6. losing→lost  7. other→another  8. need→needs 9.or→and   10.are→be】
Homework
 1. Ask the Ss to go over the whole unit.
2. Write a letter to the editor about any problem they come across.

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