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人教版高中英语必修二Unit 1 Cultural relics Period 2 Warming up and pre-reading教案

Unit 1 Cultural relics Period 2 Warming up and pre-reading
教学设计
I. Teaching contents:Warming up and pre-reading II. Teaching aims:
1). To learn the knowledge of the cultural relics. 2). Discuss how to protect our cultural relics.
3)To learn the following words or phrases:
cultural relics, rare, valuable, survive, vase, rare, Dynasty
III. Key points & Difficulties Key points
To understand cultural relics.
Difficulties Talk about cultural relics at home and abroad in English freely.
IV. Teaching procedure:. Step I : Greetings
The teacher greet the whole class. Step II: Words Preview: (PPT 3)
Review some words of this period: cultural; relic; rare; valuable; dynasty; ivory; amber Step III: Lead-in & Warming up (PPT 4—6)
1). Guessing: Teacher present some pictures and statements ,let the students guess whtat or where it is. The Great Wall; The Pyramid ; Taj Mahal
2)Teacher show some pictures. They are all very famous places in China or in the world. Ask the students to think these over:
A. Can you name them out? B. Who have the right to own and confirm them? (The shown pictures: Group 1;①Yuanmingyuan; ②Forbidden City
Group 2: ③Ming Dynasty vase ;④Taj Mahal; ⑤ivory dragon boat and Mogao Caves)
Let the students name out the famous places in the pictures, and tell them they are cultural relics. And explain what cultural relics are. A. a cultural relic is sth. that survived for a long time B. a cultural relic may be a part of old thing has remained when the rest of it had been destroyed C. or a cultural relic is something rather rare (while showing these photos, teach the new words in red: cultural relics, survive, remain, rare)
3) Let the students make some more examples of cultural relics, including the ones inside our country or in other countries, especially the ones in our location.
4)Let the students try to use some adjectives to describle the cultural relic(ppt21)
Step IV: Discussing 1
As we all know that cultural relics are rather valuable, rare, and sometimes, it is in very high price. 1. Then can you tell the value of the cultural relic? (Have the students discussed for some time in
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teams, then get their answers by expressing in class.)

(There will be a lot of possible answers. Eg: From the cultural relics we can know what people did in

the past, and we can know the cultures at that time, and maybe we can know the technology of

making them…)

2. How to protect the cultural relics? (The same as Question 1)

(There will be a lot of possible answers. Eg: Having the idea of protecting our cultural relics; don’t

damage them; use them in a right way…..)

StepV: Discussing 2

1. If you find a cultural relic, what will you do with it?

2. Do you think to whom the cultural relics belong?

(All cultural relics belong to all people and whole society.)

Have the students to discuss the first question for about two or three minutes, then show the

answer for their team. Then the same way for Question 2.

(While discussing, teach the new phrase in red)

Step VI: Pre-reading

1).Ok, you have know something about cultural relics, have you ever seen a piece of amber?And what do you know about it?

Show some pictures of amber. Let students know what the amber is and its value.

color

yellow- brown

feel like feel as hard as stone Amber is the fossil(化石) form of resin(树脂) from trees.

It takes millions of years to form. 2). Can you imagine a house made of amber?Please preview “In search of the

amber room.”

Step VI: Homework

1. Read the new words and try to memorize bold words in this unit.

2. Finish exercise 2on page 42. 3. Preview “In search of the amber room” and find out all the years appeard in the

text.

V. Blackboard Design

Unit 1 Cultural relics

Warming up & pre-reading

What is cultural relics?

A.a cultural relic is sth. that survived for a long time

B.a cultural relic may be a part of old thing has remained when the rest of it had been

destroyed

C. a cultural relic is something rather rare

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