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2015-2016学年人教版选修6 Unit 3 A Healthy Life warming up and reading教案


Unit 3 A healthy life The First Period Warming up and Reading Teaching material: NSEFC Book 6 —— Unit 3 Teaching Aims: Enable the students to grasp and remember the detailed information of the reading material. Teaching Important & Difficult Points How to help the students to grasp and remember the detailed information of the reading material. Teaching aids: a tape recorder, a projector, slides and pictures Teaching Procedure Step1 Warming up 1. What’s a healthy person? A truly healthy person is someone who is healthy in both body and mind. 2. What’s a healthy life? To be true healthy a person must be well in mind, body and spirit. Step 2 Brainstorming What health issues do you think concern young people the most? cigarette smoking drinking alcohol drug taking diet physical fitness sexual health stress AIDS and infections cancer anxiety Step 3 Lead in T: Look at the following pictures. What are they doing? Can you tell which activity is healthy and which is unhealthy? Slide show

shadow boxing

Drinking alcohol

physical exercise

Singing

dancing

overeating

cigarette smoking Step 4 Pre-reading Have you ever smoked? If you have, have you ever tried to stop? Why do you think some adolescents start smoking? In what ways is smoking harmful? What advice would you give to someone who wanted to stop smoking? Where could you get good advice on stopping smoking? Step 5 Fast reading T: Skim the letter and answer the following questions. Slide show How many parts does the reading text consist of? Two parts. The first part is a letter and the second part is an internet page. 2. Who wrote the letter to whom?

A grandfather wrote the letter to his grandson James. 3. What is the purpose of the letter? This letter aims to explain how a smoker becomes addicted to cigarettes and why he should give up. Step 6 Detail reading T: Read the letter carefully, and try to fill in the chart with information from the reading passage. Information from the reading passage Different ways people can become addicted to cigarettes Harmful physical effects for smokers 1. physically addicted to nicotine 2. addicted through habits 3. mentally addicted 1. do terrible damage to heart and lungs 2. have difficulty in becoming pregnant 3. can not run fast 1. other people dislike the smell 2. The cigarette smoke may do harm to other people near the smoker.

Effects that a person’s smoking can have on other people

Effects that smoking can have on sporting be unable to enjoy sports performance Step 7 summary Read the article about the advice on stopping smoking on Page 19, then finish the following summary of the passage. Slide show Choose a day that is not __________ to quit smoking. Make a list of all the __________ you will get from stopping smoking. ___________ all your cigarettes at the end of the day before you plan to quit. ________ the list of benefits you wrote when you feel like smoking. Develop some other habits like walking, drinking some water, cleaning the house and so on to keep yourself busy. If you feel nervous or stressed, try to do some __________ exercises like deep breathing. You can stop smoking with a friend or join a group. If you feel really bad, ask a doctor or _________ for help. The most important thing is to keep trying. Don't feel ________ if you _________ because some people have to try many times before they finally quit smoking. Never give up and you will succeed. Keys: Stressful benefits Throw away Reread relaxation chemist ashamed weaken

Step 8 Discussion 1. What kind of person do you think James’ grandfather is? He is fit and healthy and leads an active life. He takes an interest in his daughter’s and his grandson’s well-being. He is knowledgeable. He reads the internet. He appears to love his grandson. 2. Do you think the information and advice on the Internet page that James?’ grandfather sent is useful for someone who is trying to give up smoking? It is a good summary but a person wanting to give up should probably look for more information than what is presented here. 3.Can you give some other helpful suggestions? Step 9 Discussion A: Someone who gets addicted to smoking. B: tries to gives A some helpful advice and persuade him/her to give up smoking. Suppose you(B) are a teacher, how will you persuade your students(A) to quit smoking. Suppose your father(A) is a smoker, how will you(B) persuade him to quit smoking. Suppose your teacher(A) is a smoker, how will you(B) persuade him to quit smoking. Slide show Useful expressions How to ask for advice What should I do? Could you tell me what to do? Can you give me some advice? How to give advice You’d better… I think you ought to... Perhaps you should… I suggest that you… Step 10 Homework 1. Find out the key points of the text. 2.Search some more information about the harmful effects of smoking and advice on stopping smoking.


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