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  高中英语说课稿:《Unit 21 Body Language》说课稿模板

  教材分析

  (一)教材内容分析 本单元的中心话题是“肢体语言”,介绍了肢体语言在世界范围内的人们生活中所承担的不同角色及所起的重要作用,其中重点介绍了肢体语言在不同的文化背景下的不同含义及世界通用的肢体语言。本单元的绝大部分内容都围绕这一中心话题展开的。

  “热身”(Warming up)部分以五幅不同的面部表情导出本单元的话题之一:面部表情是传递某人内心情感的一种方式,使他们能在平时注意自己在与他人交往中注意自身的面部表情。

  “听力”(Listening)部分是以听的形式进一步向学生介绍了肢体语言的交际功能,然后以选择的形式考查学生对听力材料信息的筛选能力,同时又要求学生把所听到的信息应运于讨论之中。

  “口语”(Speaking)部分向学生提供三个情景,让学生通过编对话进行“请求帮助”和“提供帮助”的日常英语练习。

  “读前”(Pre-reading)部分编者设计了三个问题,诱发学生思考如何用肢体语言进行交流。激发学生进行阅读的欲望。

  “阅读”(Reading)部分是一篇说明文,它介绍了We use both words and body language to express our thoughts and opinions and to communicate with other people./We can learn a lot about what a person is thinking by watching his or her body language。全文可分为三大部分,各部分的意思是:Part 1 (Para 1): We use both words and body language to express our thoughts and opinions and to communicate with other people. Part 2 (Para 2-3): Just like spoken language, body language varies from culture to culture. Part 3 (Para 4-5): Some gestures seem to be universal.

  “读后”(Post-reading)部分设计了两种练习。第一类是三个问题,其中前两个测学生阅读的结果,第三个是一个开放性题目,鼓励学生把所学的与现实生活相结合。第二类是填写表格,对比肢体语言在美国和我国的异同。

  “语言学习”(Language study)包括以下两部分:词汇部分设计了两块内容:

  1)要求学生运用自己的六个身体部位进行交际,鼓励学生学着使用动词-ing形式;

  2)设计了6个生词与英语解释的配对练习,旨在培养学生用英语解释生词的习惯及能力;语法项目是有关动词-ing形式作名词使用及其在句子中的功用,具体包括四个步骤:

  1)学会区分动词-ing形式在句中的所担任的成分功能;

  2)联词成句,旨在帮助学生理解动词-ing形式在句中充当主语;

  3)词组翻译练习,旨在帮助学生理解动词-ing形式在句中充当定语及翻译;

  4)按要求用动词-ing形式进行句子改写,旨在帮助学生理解动词-ing形式在句中充当宾语或表语。

  “综合技能”(Integrating skills)设计了一个开放性的写作任务,要求学生运用6幅看起来毫不相干的图画进行写作,该任务有利于提高学生的创新思维能力。

  “学习建议”(Tips)提供了一些写故事的建议,旨在帮助学生完成综合技能的`写作练习。

  “复习要点”(Checkpoint)部分简要总结了本单元的语法重点。同时通过两个问题引

  导学生对本单元所学的词汇作一次小结。

  (二)教学重点与难点

  I. 动词-ing形式在句子充当主语、宾语、表语或定语

  II. 交际功能句型: 如何提议和请求及其答语的句型

  III. 重点、难点词汇词组

  confused, avoid, go ahead, crazy, get through, tear down, occur

  IV. 常用句型

  Just like spoken language, body language varies from culture to culture.

  There is nothing better than sth./doing sth./to do sth.

  二、语篇分析:

  Body Talk (P59-P. 60)

  (一)课文图解

  1. Read the text “Body Talk” and then complete notes about body language.

  1) Generally, we can divide the whole text into three parts:

  Part 1 (Para 1): We use both words and body language to express our thoughts and opinions and to communicate with other people.

  Part 2 (Para 2-3): Just like spoken language, body language varies from culture to culture.

  Part 3 (Para 4-5): Some gestures seem to be universal.

  2) Fill in the table about gestures, countries and their meanings in these countries. (Words in italics can be blank.)

  GESTURES COUNTRIES MEANINGS

  eye contact some countries a way to show that one is interested

  other countries rude or disrespectful

  a circle with one’s thumb and index finger most countries OK

  Japan money

  France zero

  Brazil rude

  Germany

  thumbs up the US great or good job

  Nigeria rude

  Germany the number one

  Japan

  moving the index finger in a circle in front of the ear some countries crazy

  Brazil You have a phone call.

  (二)课文复述

  Retell the text using about 100 words.

  Notes:

  1. Try to use the –ing form to retell the text.

  2. Make use of the notes and table above while retelling.

  3. The possible version below can be used as material for both retelling and dictation.

  One possible version:

  We can communicate with other people by watching his body language besides words. Just like spoken language, body language varies from culture to culture. Take the gesture for OK as an example. The gesture means money in Japan and in France it means zero, while in Brazil and Germany doing so is rude. People in different countries show the same idea in different ways. For example, in many countries, shaking one’s head means “no”, and nodding means “yes”. However, in Bulgaria, parts of Greece, and Iran, the gestures have the opposite meaning. Although there are many different interpretations of our body language, some gestures seem to be universal. Perhaps the smile is the best example. A smile can help us well communicate with others.

  (三)德育渗透

  ? Do in Rome as Rome does [as the Romans do].

  [谚]入国问禁, 入乡随俗。

  ? Manners make the man.

  礼貌造就人。

  ? Good manners are the art of making those people easy with whom we converse. ---Jonathan Swift

  礼貌周到是使同我们谈话的那些人感到自在的艺术。

  ——(英作家)斯威夫特

  (四)写作技巧

  1、写作线索:

  Raising the topic: communicating in body language (Paragraph 1) ? Interpretations of body language in different countries (Paragraphs 2-3) ? Universal body language (Paragraphs 4-5)

  2、趣味说教

  课文以教人们认识最基本的肢体语言“Body Talk”为目的,以简洁的文字、直接的表达、丰富的实例,向人们展示了无声的肢体语言在不同的文化背景下的不同意思,并告诫人们在交往中要注意一些肢体语言的应运,同时,也向读者介绍了一些世界通用的肢体语言,最后,文章着重介绍了微笑的重要功用。

  (五)优美句式

  There is nothing better than sth./doing sth./to do sth. 没有比做某事更好的了。

  原句:And if we are feeling down or lonely, there is nothing better than to see the smiling face of a good friend.

  e.g. There is nothing better than serving/to serve this great nation of ours.

  There is nothing better than the encouragement of a good friend.

  三、课时安排

  Warming up Listening (WB)

  Period 1 Period 2

  Listening Speaking

  Pre-reading Language study

  Periods 3-4 Reading Period 5

  Post-reading Grammar

  Reading

  Period 6

  Writing

  Teaching Procedure:

  Period 1 Warming up & Listening

  Step 1 Warming up

  1. Brainstorm: the words of emotions/feelings of human beings

  As we know, sorrow and happiness make a life. We, human beings, have all kinds of emotions. Let’s brainstorm emotions we’ve learned so far.

  happy, sad, angry, confused, tired, puzzled, hateful, excited, frightened, embarrassed, depressed, uneasy, thrilled, easy, confident, delighted, kind, curious, etc.

  2. Now let’s look at pictures with different emotions and match each picture with the correct emotion and the correct sentence. Meanwhile, ask students what makes he/she thinks that the person in the picture is feeling a certain way.

  Possible answers:

  Picture 1: Confused; I don’t know what to do.

  Picture 2: Angry; I can’t believe she said that! That is so unfair!

  Picture 3: Sad; I’ve lost my wallet!

  Picture 4: Happy; I got an A in my exam!

  Picture 5: Tired; It’s been a long day. I can’t keep my eyes open.

  3. From one’s facial expression, we can know how he/she is feeling. Besides, we can know how he/she is feeling from his/her gesture, that is to say, the way he/she stands or sits can also tell us how he/she is feeling. Now look at your classmates and tell how they are feeling today by the way they sit or stand.

  Step 2 Listening

  1. Pre-listening

  Just now we see we can learn how one is feeling from both his/her facial expressions and gestures. Look at me. Can you guess what these gestures mean?

  1) shake the head

  2) wave the arms

  3) stand with arms folded

  4) … …

  (Students may not guess all the meanings of these gestures, and then teachers can say “Let’s listen to two short passages and find out what one’s body movements/gestures can tell us.”)

  2. Listening

  1) Listen to Part 1 for the first time and get the students to do the first question of Part 1.

  2) Listen to Part 1 again and do the rest two questions of Part 1.

  3) Listen to Part 2 and do questions of Part 2. If students can’t follow it, listen again.

  3. Post-listening

  Based on what you heard just now and your own experience, discuss with your partner: How can you use your body language to communicate the following ideas?

  Homework

  1. Make a list of facial expressions and gestures and their meanings we’ve learned today.

  2. Preview the following lesson.

  Period 2 Listening (WB) & Speaking

  Step 1 Listening

  Do the listening practice in the workbook step by step. If the material is too difficult, teachers can give students some difficult sentences first or even give the listening material to students after they listen to the tape twice.

  Step 2 Pre-speaking

  Make some requests and ask/help students to answer and make offers, for example:

  T: Could you give me a hand?

  S: Yes, of course. What can I do for you?

  T: Could you please clean the blackboard for me?

  S: With pleasure.

  T: That’s very nice of you.

  (Teachers can also ask students to open/close the window, turn on the projector and so on.)

  Step 3 Speaking

  1. Language Input

  Just now I asked some students to help me clean the blackboard (open/close the window, turn on the projector and so on.). In fact we’re practicing making requests, offers and responses. Now let’s look at some useful expressions on page 58.

  Useful expressions of making offers and requests

  Can/Shall I help you with that?

  Would you like me to …?

  No, thank you. Thanks for all your help.

  Could you please …?

  Would you like some help?

  Could you give me a hand with this? No, thanks. I can manage it myself.

  Is there anything else I can do for you?

  Could you help me with …?

  That’s very nice of you.

  Do you need some help with that?

  Notes:

  Is there anything else I can do for you? = What else can I do for you?

  We use these two sentences offer help again when we’ve already offered help.

  2. Practice

  Now use these expressions and follow the example to make up some dialogues in the following situations in pairs.

  Then get some pairs to act out the dialogues in front of the class.

  Step 4 Useful Expressions --- Making offers/requests and responses

  In our everyday life, we quite often meet difficulties and have to ask our friends or relatives for help. Of course, sometimes we’ll offer to help others. And in English there're several ways of making offers/requests and responses. Please look at the screen.

  Ways of making offers or requests Ways of replying to others' offers or requests

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