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高一英语上册教案[人教版]:Unit1 Good Friends 好朋友 (一)

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Unit 1 Good Friends Teaching objectives and demands: The activity is designed to encourage students to think about friends and friendship and to activate relevant vocabulary. Ask the students to describe a good friend and give examples of situations where friends have helped them. Use the activity as a brainstorming session done either in groups or with the whole class. Language use: Manipulate listening, speaking practice Key points: 1. Everyday English for communication. 2. Words and useful expressions The First Period Step 1. Warming up Students are asked to describe

unit 1 good friends

teaching objectives and demands:

the activity is designed to encourage students to think about friends and friendship and to activate relevant vocabulary.

ask the students to describe a good friend and give examples of situations where friends have helped them. use the activity as a brainstorming session done either in groups or with the whole class.

language use: manipulate listening, speaking practice

key points:

1. everyday english for communication.

2. words and useful expressions

the first period

step 1. warming up

 students are asked to describe themselves and a friend. you can use these questions in at least two different ways. one alternative is to ask the students to think about three words to describe themselves and then let each student tell the class the three characteristics they have chosen. a second alternative would be to ask the students to write down the three characteristics and let other students guess who is being described. as with the first part, the objective is to elicit student language and get the students to think about friends and friendship.

which words can be used to describe the characteristic?

brave: courage fearless heroic

scared : astonish  fearful  frightened  horrified  shocked terrified timid

loyal: devoted  faithful

wise: bright   clever  cute  gifted  intelligent  smart   well-learned    witty

foolish: silly  stupid

beautiful: attractive  breath-taking  charming cool cute  elegant  eye-catching good-looking

graceful   inviting  lovely   neat  pretty   splendid  stunning

rich:   wealthy   plentiful

funning:  amusing   humorous

happy:  carefree   cheerful contented  delighted  glad  high  merry  pleased

unhappy: bitter blue discouraged  displeased heavy  miserable  sad  upset

step 2. listening

the students will hear friends discuss common problems that may occur in a friendship. the students are asked to identify the problems and suggest solutions. tell the students that friends sometimes have problems and that it is important to know how to solve the problems. the students will hear three arguments between friends and are asked to write down the problems and suggest possible solutions. it may be necessary to divide the task into two parts; first the students write down the problems as they listen to the tape, and then they discuss possible solutions. the students can also listen to one situation at a time and discuss solutions with the whole class.

key

1.peter is often late for football practice. i think that he should try to be on time in the future.

2.mary usually borrows things without asking and she doesn’t return things on time. she should ask the owner is she wants to borrow something and try to return it on time in the future.

3.adam borrowed john’s cd player yesterday and now it is broken. adam can ask his uncle to fix it.

extension  the students are asked to think of other situations/problems involving friends and role-play or discuss the issues. you may also ask the students to list or discuss what methods are most effective when you want to solve problems in a friendship.

workbook p85

listening

students will hear about problems friends may have and what can be done to solve such problems. the students are asked to write down the solutions mentioned on the tape and to think of other solutions.  ask the students to listen to the tape and write down the solutions suggested by the speaker. you can help the students prepare by first asking them to think about problems they may have had with their friends. the solutions mentioned on the tape are simple and general. encourage the students to think of better, more specific solutions. what would they do if they had a quarrel with a friend? how do they talk to their friends about difficult things? how do they keep secrets from becoming rumors?

listening text   everybody needs friends. but being a good friend can sometimes be hard work. learning how to solve problems in a friendship can make you a better friend and a happier person. a common problem between friends is that they don’t know how to talk to each other about difficult things. when they do talk, they often get mad with each other. what can they do? well, it takes time to learn how to communicate well, and it is important to understand why a friend gets angry with you. when you say something. if you know what it is that makes your friend angry, then you can try to talk about the problem in a different way.  

another problem that many friends have to deal with is what to do after one of them gets angry or upset. if friends get angry with each other and say something bad because they are angry, they often find it difficult to apologize after the quarrel. the best way to apologize after a quarrel is simply to start by telling each other that you are sorry and then go from there. a simple apology is often enough and is a good starting point. what about friends who can’t keep a secret? sometimes it seems impossible to keep a secret from becoming a rumour that everyone knows. shouldn’t a good friend be able to keep a secret? perhaps, but it is not always that easy to keep a secret, and telling a secret to someone will often put them in a difficult situation — they may have to lie to other friends to keep the secret. the best way to make sure that a secret doesn’t become a rumor is simply to keep it to yourself — don’t tell anyone.

answers to exercise 1

problem: friends get angry with each other when they try to talk about something difficult.

solution: try to understand your friend/try to talk about the problem in a different way.

problem: friends don’t know how to apologize.

solution: start by telling each other that you are sorry and take it from there. a simple apology is often enough.

problem: some friends don’t know how to keep secrets.

solution: keep your secrets to yourself.

step 3 speaking

the students will use the information about the people on sb page 2 to talk about likes and dislikes and to practice giving reasons for their opinions. tell the students to work in pairs. ask the students to complete the chart on page sb page 3 and then use the answers to talk about who could be friends and what they like or dislike. ask each pair to decide who could be friends and give reasons for their decisions. when they have made their decision, ask them to compare and debate their ideas with other pairs. encourage different answers, including strange ones. 

p3  work in pairs

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