Step 1 Revision
Step 2 Listening
Step 3 Read and say
Here is another situation for the students to practise. A very famous drawing was stolen in the art gallery last night. You are trying to find out who did that. You can ask the question “What were you doing at nine o’clock last night?” After everyone has answered the question, the class discuss together, “Who do you think stole the painting from the gallery? Why?”
Step 4 Read and talk
Read the table about what David was doing at different times yesterday, then ask and answer in pairs.
Step 5 Writing
Step 6 Reading
（录像演示）情景演示关于邻里关系的幽默故事，回答：How do you think the neighbour wasn’t a good neighbour?
1. Why were Masha and Sasha tired of Misha?
2. What did Masha borrow today?
3. Did Sasha want to lend him?
4. How did Sasha do?
5. What do you think happened at last?
6. What will you do if you were Sasha?
Step 7 Discussion
Discuss what a person should or should not do in the neighbourhood.
Step 8 Checkpoint
Step 9 Exercise
The driver______ ______ _______ ______Tianjin.
They______ _______ ______ ______the work.
He ______ ______ ______ him politely.
I need ______ _______ ______ ______ _______.
We'll______ _______all day in the garden.
答案：1.was driving a truck to 2.were fed up with 3.decided to refuse 4.a pair of garden scissors 5.be working
Step 10 Homework
1. Write about what David was doing at different times yesterday. Begin like this “David had a busy day yesterday. He was having an English class at eight o’clock in the morning. . . .”
2. Finish off the workbook exercises.
3. Write a short passage about what you were doing at different times yesterday.
1. Revise the grammar: the Adverbial Clause and the Infinitive.
2. Revise the use of “who, that, which”.
Language Focus: so that
The Infinitive: to + Verb(原形)
I. Showing the teaching aims
Check homework, ask some students to retell the story.
Give the students some sentences for example to help them understand the structure:
so + adj. /adv. + that(结果)
1. I am so angry that I can't say a word.
2. The teacher spoke so fast that we couldn't catch up with him.
3. The classroom is so dirty that we must clean it.
Ask the students to make up some sentences with “so… that”, then give same more sentences.
1. He got up late so that he was late for school.
2. He ran very fast so that he hit the electric pole.
Ask the students to do some practice.
Look at Exercise 1, ask the students to answer the questions with so that…. The answers are:
1. I stayed at home so that I could go swimming when I had finished it.
2. Lucy saved her money so that she could buy her mother a birthday present.
3. Ling Feng was going to Changsha the next week so that he could visit his sick grandmother.
4. I was doing my homework so that I could ask him to help me with my physics.
5. I was looking for Lin Tao so that he could visit sick grandmother.
Get the students to make up some sentences like:
1. I don't know how to get to the station.
2. She doesn't know which sweater to choose.
Ask the students to pay attrition to the Infinitive. Give them more examples to understand better, e. g.
1. I don't know what to do next.
2. They don't know where to go.
3. We didn't know when to start.
Focus on the use of the Infinitive, then give another example:
It’s very important to learn English well:
To learn English well is very important.
Let the students make more sentences, pay attention to the use of the Infinitive.
Look at Exercise 2, make sentences with partners. The answers are:
1. It’s hard / easy to work out these maths problem.
2. It’s exciting to watch football matches.
3. It’s interesting to read history books.
4. It’s hard / easy to learn foreign languages.
VII. Leaning and practice
Do Exercise 3, complete the sentences using who/ that/ which. The answers are:
1.which 2.who 3.who 4.which 5.who 6.which 7.which 8.who
Do Exercise 1, let the students translate the sentences alone then check the answers with the students.
Answers: 1. We arc hungry. We need to buy something to eat. 2. She is very busy today. She has a lot of work to do. 3. Please be quiet! I have something important to tell you. 4. Will you please tell him to turn down the TV a little? 5. nobody knows what to do next? 6. I’m going to the post office to buy a few stamps this afternoon.
For Exercise 2. Join the two parts and make the students read together.
For Exercise 3. Get the students to read the story, and fill in the blanks. The answers are: which, who, who, who, who
Exercise in class
1. Revise the use of the grammar.
2. Make sentences with the Infinitive.