(新)冀教版(春)八年级英语下册Unit 3 Animals Are Our Friends教案

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  Unit 3 Animals Are Our Friends

 Lesson 13 Danny’s Big Scare

 Teaching content:

 Mastery words and expressions: scare, doorbell, scream, tiny, sofa, vacation, gentle, loyal

 Oral words and expressions: amazing, imagination

 Learning important and difficult points:

 1) yet的用法

 2) ask sb. to do sth. 的用法

 Teaching difficult points:

 The imaginary pets.

 Teaching preparation: pictures

 Teaching aids:

 audiotape, flashcards, pictures

 Teaching type: new lesson

 Teaching procedures:

 Step 1. Come to “THINK ABOUT IT”

 ◆ What’s your favorite animal? Why?

 ◆ Do you have a pet?

  What is its name?

 ◆ What kind of pets would you like to have?

 Step 2. Listen to the tape and answer the following questions:

 Step 3. Read the text and check the answers. Then read the text again. Play the tape again and let the students read after it. Play the tape for several times until they can read it correctly and fluently.

 Step 4. Let some students lead the class to read the text sentence by sentence.

 Step 5. Practice

 Work in pairs. Practice the similar dialogue according to the text.

 Step 6. Come to “PROJECT”

 Do you have a pet? Do many animals live with your family? Some people have dogs. Some people have cats. Some people have fish. Some people even have snakes! Do you have a pet?

 Step 7. Homework

 1. Finish off the activity book.

 2. Go on the next reading in the next lesson.

 Lesson 14 Amazing Animals

 Teaching content:

 Oral words and expressions: long-eared, jerboa, mouse, kiwi, lay, eggplant, shake, flap, avoid

 Learning important and difficult points

 1) remind的用法

 2) lay的用法

 Teaching preparation: pictures

 Teaching aids:

 audiotape, flashcards, pictures

 Type of lesson: new lesson

 Teaching procedures:

 Step 1. Review

 Step 2. Come to “THINK ABOUT IT.”

 ◆ Can you name some animals you have never seen before?

 ◆ What animals do you think are amazing? Why?

 Step 3. Read the text silently and ask the students to answer the following questions:

 Step 4. Play the tape and let the students read after it. Pause after every line, and ask the students to repeat.

 Step 5. Let some students read the text in class and the others listen to see if they have any mistakes. Can they find and correct the mistakes?

 Step 6. Let the students rewrite the story and read it to the class.

 Step 7. Discuss the reading with the students. Use as much English as possible. Ask questions to make it easier for students to participate.

 Step 8. Homework

 Would you like to have a pet?

 Why or why not?

 Write a paragraph.

 

 Lesson 15 The Zoo Is Open

 Teaching content:

 Mastery words and expressions: danger, dangerous, mainly, bamboo, giraffe

 Learning important and difficult points:

 take photos

 nearly的用法

 Teaching preparation: pictures

 Type of lesson: new lesson

 Teaching procedures:

 Step 1. Show some pictures of animals to the class. Ask the students:

 What animals do you like best?

 What animals can you see in the zoo?

 Step 2. Come to “THINK ABOUT IT.”

 ▲ Have you ever been to the zoo?

 ▲ What animals do you think are dangerous? Why?

 ▲ What rules should we obey at the zoo?

 Step 3. Read the text.

 Step 4. Practice

 Step 5. Read the text in roles. The teacher walks in the classroom while they are reading. Help them if necessary.

 Step 6. Let some students come to the front and act the dialogue out.

 Step 7. Homework

 Prepare the dialogue in group of three in “Let’s Do It”, and act it the next class.

 Lesson 16 The Bear Escaped!

 Teaching content:

 Mastery words and expressions: escape, fierce, protect, fool

 Learning important and difficult points:

 escape的用法

 if的用法

 wake up

 Teaching preparation: pictures

 Teaching aids:

 audiotape, flashcards, pictures

 Type of lesson: new lesson

 Teaching procedures:

 Step 1. Free talk

 Step 2. Come to “THINK ABOUT IT.”

 ★ When is April Fools’ Day?

 ★ What do people do on that day?

 ★ Have you ever played a trick on a friend? What did you do?

 Step 3. Listen to the tape and answer the questions

 Step 4. Read the text and check the answers. Then let the students read it loudly in class. After a while, ask the students to act it out in front of the class.

 Step 5. Come to “LET’S DO IT”

 ◆What do you think of the idea of April Fools’ Day?

 ◆ Have you ever played a trick on someone? Share a trick with you partner.

 ◆ What do you think “ white lie” means?

 Step 7. Homework

 Do you know any other interesting foreign festivals?

 Write them down, and share with your partner next class.

 Lesson 17 Save the Tigers

 Teaching content:

 Mastery words and expressions: century, fur, symbol, courage, brave, chain, balance, reason, disappear, kill, cut, decrease

 Learning important and difficult points:

 1) the number of

 2) balance的用法

 3) danger的用法

 Teaching preparations: pictures

 Teaching aids:

 audiotape, flashcards, pictures

 Teaching procedures:

 Step 1. Review

 Step 2. Come to “THINK ABOUT IT.”

 Where can you usually see a tiger?

 Do you think tigers need our help? Why or why not?

 Step 3. Listen to the tape and repeat after it. Play the tape for several until they can read it correctly and fluently.

 Step 4. Let some students act the dialogue out in front of the class.

 Step 8. Homework

 Work in groups and discuss some ways we can protect animals. Write down your ideas.

 Lesson 18 Friendship Between Animals

 Teaching content:

 Mastery words and expressions: friendship, rhino, skin, warn, insect, relationship, survive, mzee, hippo, tortoise, truly, boundary

 Learning important and difficult points:

 1) use的用法

 2) warn的用法

 Teaching preparation: pictures

 Teaching aids:

 audiotape, flashcards, pictures

 Type of lesson: new lesson

 Teaching procedures:

 Step 1. Come to “THINK ABOUT IT”

 Do you think there is friendship between animals?

  What different animals have you seen living well together?

 Step 2. Listen to the tape and let some students retell the main idea about the text. If they can’t do well, don’t publish them. Encourage them and say: “I know it is very difficult for you. It’s also difficult for me. Let’s face the problem together.”

 Step 3. Read the text silently and answer the questions

 Step 4. Exercise

 Step 5. Homework

 What will you do if you go to the zoo?

 Do you know anything that we cannot do in the zoo? Why?

 Think about it, and write a short paragraph.