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高中英语 Unit 5 First aid Period 3 Grammar教学设计 新人教版必修5


Unit 5
Teaching goals 教学目标 1. Target language 语言目标 a. 重点词汇和短语

Period 3 Grammar

aid, first aid, illness, injury, poisonous, burn, swollen, damage, treatment, wounded, infect, organ, cause, characteristics, electric. fall ill. b. 重点句式 Burns are called first degree burns, second degree burns or third degree burns. These burns affect both the top and second layer of the skin .2. Ability goals 能力目标 Enable the Ss to learn about Ellipsis. 3. Learning ability goals 学能目标 Let the Ss learn how to use Ellipsis. Teaching important/difficult points 教学重难点 Enable the Ss learn how to use Ellipsis. Teaching aids 教具准备 A projector and a blackboard. Teaching procedures and ways 教学过程与方式 Step Ⅰ Revision Greet the whole class as usual. Checks the students’ homework. Step Ⅱ Word Study T: Now please open your books and turn to page 36. Let’s learn “Learning about Language”. First let’s do Discovering useful words and expressions. Complete the table with the correct verbs, nouns or adjectives. You are to explain the words on the screen in English and then fill in the blanks. Ask students to explain or guess the meanings of the words. injury, poisonous, burn, swollen, damage, treatment, wounded, infect ▲ injury n. physical damage done to a person or a part of their body adjectives frequently used with injury: minor, multiple, serious, severe, slight injured adj. hurt in an accident or attack be seriously / badly / severely injured
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injure vt. often passive] to hurt someone and cause damage to their body Nine people died and 54 were injured in the accident. ▲ treat vt behave toward sb.; deal with sth.; cure illness; protect/preserve sth.; be nice to sb. Words frequently used with treat: Adverbs: badly, cruelly, equally, fairly, harshly, leniently, shabbily, unfairly, unjustly Nouns: disease, illness, patient, symptom, disorder, ailment e.g. She felt she had been unfairly treated, and complained to her boss. treat n. something special that you do or buy for yourself or someone else Frequently used with the following adjectives: great, rare, real, special, occasional. e.g. As a special treat, we were allowed to stay up until midnight. I wish you would stop treating me like a child! treatable adj. a treatable illness or medical condition can be cured by medical treatment treatment n. the process of providing medical care e.g. The patient is responding well to treatment. ... Complete the questions with words from the text. The students will try to complete the exercises. Later the teacher will ask some of them to read each of the sentences and tell the class the answers. Step Ⅲ Grammar T: Let’s look at the next, Grammar Present some sentences and encourage the students to find out which words have been left out. T: Observe the following sentences and discuss with your partner to find out what have been left out. Let me show you an example. As we know, when people want the speaker to repeat what he said, they usually say “Beg your pardon.” Then it is called Ellipsis. The subject “I” has been left out, without changing the meaning of the sentence. OK, now it’s your turn to find out what have been left out. 1. Thank you. 2. Some more tea? 3. Sounds like a good idea.
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4. Doesn’t matter. 5. Sorry to hear that. 6. Pity you couldn’t come 7. This way, please. 8. Terrible weather! 9. Joining us for a drink? 10. Going to the supermarket? 11. Dr. Robertson? 12. Any news? Suggested answers: 1. I thank you. 2. Would you like some more tea? 3. That / It sounds like a good idea. 4. It doesn’t matter. 5. I’m sorry to hear that. 6. It’s / What pity you couldn’t come. 7. Step this way, please. 8. What terrible weather it is! 9. Are you joining us for a drink? 10. Are you going to the supermarket? 11. Are you Dr. Robertson? 12. Is there any news? T: About the omission: 1. In a familiar speech, the subject is sometimes left out when it is a pronoun; 2. Sometimes even more than the subject may be dropped at the beginning of a sentence if the meaning is clear; Though the ‘preparatory there’ is not a subject, it behaves like one and is often omitted; 3. To avoid repetition, a verb is frequently left out when the same verb has appeared in an earlier part of the sentence: Then winter came and with it (came) the snow. 4. Omission of the auxiliary or the principal part of the verb compound is very frequent: Summer had come and (had) gone. Can you do that? —Yes, I can (do it). 5. The verb do/does/did frequently stands for another verb which has appeared earlier.
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This is a very important use of this auxiliary, which comes in very handy at times. As there is no counterpart of it in Chinese, it should be thoroughly mastered through constant practice. e.g. Do you go there every day? —Yes, I do (= go there every day). Did you see her? — Yes, I did ( = saw her). Shall I read it? — Please do (= read it). I like Beijing very much, as everybody does (= likes it) who has been there. Step Ⅳ Practising Discovering useful structures (page 37) 1. In groups, look at these pairs of sentences. Discuss the difference between A and B in each pair. Also discuss which is the better sentence, A or B and Why. 2. Rewrite these sentences taking out the unnecessary parts. 3. These sentences are correct. However, one or more words have been left out. Rewrite each sentence on the top of the next page to include the missing words. ▲ Show the students the slides with some multiple choices exercises about the Ellipsis. 1.— Tomorrow is a holiday. Why are you doing your homework? — I am doing these exercises now so that I won’t have _____ on Sunday. A. it B. them C. for D. to

2.— Shall I invite Ann to my birthday party tomorrow evening? — Yes. It’ll be fine if you______. A. are B. can C. invite D. do

3.Rather than _____ on a crowed bus, he always prefers _____ a bicycle. A. ride, ride B. riding, ride C. ride, to ride D. to ride, riding

4. — I’ll be away on a business trip. Would you mind looking after my cat? — Not at all. ______. A. I’ve no time B. I’d rather not C. I’d like it D. I’d be happy to

5.— Won’t you have another try? — ________. A. Yes, I will have B. Yes, I won’t have C. Yes, I won’t D. Yes, I will

6. The boy wanted to ride his bicycle in the street, but his mother told him _____. A. not to B. not to do C. not to do it D. do not to
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7. — Do you think it will snow tomorrow? — ______? A. I don’t think C. I don’t think so 8. — Have you fed the cat? — No, but______. A. I’m C. I’m just going Step Ⅴ Homework 1. Go over the usage of Ellipsis. 2. Finish listing structures on Page 71 Exes. 1 & 2. 3. Prepare Reading and discussing on Page 38. B. I am D. I’m just going to B. No, I don’t think D. No, I don’t so

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