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高一英语 Unit1 Friendship Period1教案

高一英语 Unit1 Friendship Period1教案

Aims

To talk about friendship

To read about friendship

Procedures

I. Warming up

1. Warming up by assessing

A lot of people have only few possibilities of getting feedback about their own personality. In this exercise you will have the opportunity to get some feedback and to discuss it with a partner. While comparing your mutual judgements, certain prejudices or misunderstandings may appear, as people often do not know each other thoroughly enough to judge others correctly. Try to be honest!

Self assessment

Of the following characteristics choose 5 that are particularly applicable to you personally.

sociable, honest, friendly, easygoing, nervous, open-minded, anxious, careful, talented, talkative, nosy, thoughtful, generous, carefree, pessimistic, peaceful, optimistic, interesting, reliable, helpful, active, careless, caring, exact, adventurous, imaginative, hot-blooded, well-organised, trustworthy, patient, responsible, outgoing, kind, brave, warm-hearted, selfless, tolerant

Partner assessment

Now choose 5 characteristic features which you think are especially applicable to your partner.

sociable, honest, friendly, easygoing, nervous, open-minded, anxious, careful, talented, talkative, nosy, thoughtful, generous, carefree, pessimistic, peaceful, optimistic, interesting, reliable, helpful, active, careless, caring, exact, adventurous, imaginative, hot-blooded, well-organised, trustworthy, patient, responsible, outgoing, kind, brave, warm-hearted, selfless, tolerant

2. Warming up by describing

Have the students get into groups of four to describe their own ideal friend. Individual students must decide on TOP 5 character adjectives that could be used to describe the ideal friend and insist they have good reasons for their choice. Then let the group leader give the class a description of their ideal friend.

3. Further applying

You may also have the students do the survey in the textbook, following the steps below.

1. Get the students to make a list of three qualities a good friend should have.

2. Have the students get into groups of four to find out what each has listed.

3. Have a member of each group report on what their lists have in common and list them on the board.

4. Ask the class whether or not they agree with all the qualities listed.

5. Then have the students do the survey in the textbook.

6. Have the students score their survey according to the scoring sheet on page 8.

7. The teacher ask some students how many points they got for the survey and assess their values of friendship:

★ 4~7 points: You are not a good friend. You either neglect your friend’s needs or just do what he/she wants you to do. You should think more about what a good friend needs to do.

★ 8~12 points: You are a good friend but you sometimes let your friendship become too important, or you fail to show enough concern for your friend’s needs and feelings. Try to strike a balance between your friend’s needs and your own responsibilities.

★ 13+ points: You are an excellent friend who recognizes that to be a good friend you need balance your needs and your friend’s. Well done.

(You may also show your students the results above and let themselves self-reflect upon their own values of friendship)

II. Pre-reading

To focus the Students’ attention on the main topic of the reading passage.

To activate their previous knowledge on the topic.

III. Talking and sharing

Work in groups of four. Tell your group mates how you reflect on these questions.

1. Why do you need friends? Make a list of reasons why friends are important to you.

2. What do you think a good friend should be like? List what a good friend should do and share the list with your partners.

3. Does a friend always have to be a person? What else can be a friend?

4. Do you think a diary can become your friend? Why or why not?

Instructions: The teacher can give each group one of these questions above to talk about. Then let the class share their ideas. It’s better to stimulate the students to challenge their classmates’ opinions about these questions.

Possible answers

Q1: Reasons I need friends:

※ to cope with stressful situations in life

※ to share my worries and secrets in my inner world

※ to show my concern for other people

※ to let other people share my happiness

※ to unfold to other people the secrets in my heart (to name but few.)

Q2: A good friend should:

※ tell me the truth (honest)

※ be good to me (friendly)

※ be willing to consider or accept others’ ideas or opinions (open-minded)

※ be willing to help others (generous or helpful)

※ be good-tempered

※ think about what others need and try to help them (caring)

※ be loyal to their responsibility (responsible)

※ not easily upset (easy-going)

※ be out-going (like to meet and talk to new people)

※ be tolerant (allow other people to have different opinions or do something in a different way)

※ be selfless (to name but few)

Q3: What else can be a friend?

Answers can be various. (omitted)

Q4: Students’ answers may vary but must include a reason.

Yes. I think it can be, because I can set down how I feel every day in my diary, and let other people read it to share my feelings some time later. Above all, it feels good to write down my thoughts and feeling on paper when I am sad or lonely.

IV. Reading

1. Looking and guessing

Work in pairs. Look at the pictures and the heading and guess what the text might be about.

1). Imagine what it might be like if you had to stay in your bedroom for a whole year. You could not leave it even to go to the WC or to get a cup of tea. How would you feel?

2). What would you choose if you are only allowed to have five things with you in the hiding place because there is very little room?

2. Reading to summarise the main idea of each paragraph.

Skim the text and summarise the main idea of each paragraph in one sentence.

Para. One: Anne made her diary her best friend whom she could tell everything.

 

Para. Two: Anne’s diary acted as her true friend during the time she and her family had to hide away for a long time.

 

Para. Three: Having been kept indoors for so long, Anne grew so crazy about everything to do with nature.

 

3. Language focus

Next you are to read and underline all the useful expressions or collocations in the passage. Copy them to your notebook after class as homework.

laugh at, go through, make/call + O +Noun (as O.C.), hide away, set down, grow crazy about, do with…, there was a time when…, keep sb. spellbound, on purpose, in order to do sth., far too +adj./adv, happen to do sth., it was the first/second time that …, face to face

V. Closing down

Closing down by doing exercises

To end the lesson you are to do the comprehending Exercises 1 and 2.

Closing down by discussion of ideas

Work in groups of four. Discuss the ideas put forward in the reading passage. It does not matter whether you agree or disagree. What is important is that you should have a reason for what you say. Also you can put forward your own ideas, either criticising the text or using it as a support:

★ What would you do if your family were going to be killed just because they did something the Emperor did not like?

★ Where would you plan to hide?

★ How would you arrange to get food given to you every day?

What would you do to pass the time?

Language chunks from Unit 1 Friendship

add up, get sth. done, calm sb. done, have got to, go on holiday, talk care of, walk the dog, get loose, pay for sth, cheat in the exam, should have done, someone else’s, laugh at, go through, hide away, set down, a series of, a hiding place, I wonder if…, grow/be/become crazy about, could have done, keep sb.spellbound, keep doing, stay awake, on purpose, in order to, by oneself, far too much, it was(is) the first time that…, face to face, feel lonely/sit alone, save one’s life, be concerned about, with so many clothes on, have trouble with sb, at the moment, get along (well) with sb./ sth, enjoy doing, be/become/make friends with, be/fall in love (with), try sth. out on sb. ask for advice, give sb. some advice on…, make an effort to do sth., join in sth., show one’s interest in, far and wide, pay attention to, look to one’s own concern, share one’s thoughts and feelings with sb, come to a conclusion, be prepared to do sth., a heart-to-heart talk, hurt one’s feelings, change one’s mind, live in peace, go on a picnic, get away with, feel at home, in need

 

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