北师大版选修六Unit16 lesson1 Stories from History教案_图文
Unit 16 Stories Lesson 1 Stories from History 教案
Teaching Aims and Requirements: 1. To practise reading for prediction and details such as information for numbers and for people. 2. To learn and practise Past Perfect. 3. To be able to tell a story about a disaster in simple English. Teaching Difficulties: 1. How to guess the meaning of the new words or phrases. 2. Confuse the use of the Past Simple and the Past Perpect. Teaching Aids: A small blackboard, a tape recorder and some pictures. Teaching Precedures: Ⅰ. Revision Get students to talk about the kinds of stories and it’s better to cite a book name for example. Ⅱ. Lead in 1.Show students several pictures about the city of Pompeii, attracting their attention to the point, and give them a brief introduction of the city. Then ask them to talk about the disaster in simple words or the key words in Ex 1. 2. Teach some new words. Ⅲ. Reading Task 1 Look at the title, and guess what the passage talks about. Task 2 Read the passagefor the first time and get the main idea of the whole passage. Task 3 Read for the second time and find out the information related to the certain numbers. August 24,79AD 1600 1748 250
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知识改变命运，学习成就未来 Task 4 Read for the third time and find out the information related to the certain persons. Pliny some scientists tourists one person who is praying
another person who is trying to get up Task 5 Understanding of the whole passage Check the students’ understanding of the whole passage by answering the following questions: 1. What is the article about? 2. Why does the article describe Pompeii as a “ time capsule ”? 3. Who wrote about the eruption of Vesuvius? 4. What had Pompeii been like before the eruption? 5. What can you see if you walk in the streets of Pompeii today? Task 6 True of False? 1. Pliny’s uncle died in the terrible volcanic eruption in Pompeii. 2. Pompeii’s ancient architecture,statues,decorated walls and so on impressed the people today most. 3. When the volcano erupted, the peole in Pompeii were all praying. 4. Every year many visitors came to Pompeii to dig out the ancient city and learn about the ancient world. Ⅳ. Paraphrase 1. He had witnessed as a young man… 2. The eruption had occurred on August 24th, 79AD. 3. The earth began to tremble and a volcano… 4. He described a cloud coming down the mountain, blocking out the sun and burying everything in its path. 5. Time rewinds. 6. You can admire the ancient architectures, statues, decorated walls and authentic objects characteristics of the time. 7. One person, sitting alone, looks like he is praying. 8. One can only feel sorry and deep sympathy for these once-living statues. 欢迎各位老师踊跃投稿，稿酬丰厚 邮箱：email@example.com
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知识改变命运，学习成就未来 9. The city lives on nearly 2,000 years after its loss. 10. Time capsule Ⅴ.Oral Practice Summarize the whole passage and get students to retell the story about Pompeii with the help of the information related to the certain numbers and persons. Ⅵ. Go through the grammar focus: past perfect tense ( If time permits )
1. Introduce past perfect tense by giving several sentences from the text. 2. Give some extra examples with some time adverbs. 3. Ask students to do an oral practice for past perfect tense --situation Henry, from London, married Anna from Poland. He once told a reporter that he had never been in love until he met Anna. Suppose you were Henry, what else would you like to say to the reporter? Visit Poland…fall in love with a girl…eat Polish food…want children…spend all his time on one person…talk so openly… Ⅶ.Summary and Homework 1. Sum up what we learned in this period briefly. 2. Do the exercises on page 52 and 53.
Pompeii: *He prayed.
The writer toured Pompei in 1960.
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In modern Italy, Vesuvius is close to the large port city of Naples.
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