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Book 1 Unit 4 The Attributive Clause (I) (that, which, who, whose) teaching aims Analysis of Teaching material Analysis of Teaching material Teaching and learning strategies Teaching procedures Black board design Teaching Aims 1. Knowledge and ability aim Get to know the basic usage of “which, that, who, whom, whose” in Attributive Clause. 2. Emotional aim Get the students to appreciate their parents’ love and seize the day. 教学目标 教材分析 学情分析 教学策略 教学步骤 板书设计 Analysis of Teaching material: 1. Important points: The usage of “that, which, who, whose” in Attributive Clause. 2. Difficult Points: Students tend to get confused with the relative pronouns. Besides, the function of attribute is also a difficult point in this unit. 教学目标 教材分析 学情分析 教学策略 教学步骤 板书设计 Analysis of students: 1.This lesson is intended for students in Grade One,who feel Attributive Clause difficult to learn. Some even don’t know what’s Attribute, let alone the usage of Relative Pronouns. 2. Many students of this age rarely realize the value of time and take their parents’ love towards them for granted. 教学目标 教材分析 学情分析 教学策略 教学步骤 板书设计 Teaching and learning strategies Task-based teaching method Situational-communicative approach Self-motivated learning Cooperative learning ; 教学目标 教材分析 学情分析 教学策略 教学步骤 板书设计 Attributive Clause 主语 宾语 定语 介词后 which that whose who whom 教学目标 教材分析 ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? 教学策略 教学步骤 板书设计 学情分析 The Attributive Clause (I) (that, which, who, whose) To our childhood which will never come back. To our parents who are ageing. Teaching Procedure: I. Lead in --- Yesterday once more(5m) II. To our long-lost childhood which will never come back (10) III. To our parents who are aging.(15) IV. that特殊用法总结(3) V. Practice-A letter from parents /What I want to say to parents(10) VI.Summary & Homework(2) Yesterday Once more When I was young I'd listen to the radio waiting for my favorite songs when they played I'd sing along, it makes me smile. Those were such happy times and not so long ago how I wondered where they'd gone. but they're back again just like a long lost friend all the songs I love so well. every shalala every wo'wo still shines. every shing-a-ling-a-ling that they're starting to sing so fine When they get to the part where he’s breaking her heart, It can really make me cry, Just like before, It’s yesterday once more. Looking back on how it was in years gone by, and the good time that I had, makes today seem rather sad; so much has changed. It was s