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七年级下册英语全册教案 第（ ）课时

Unit 1 Where’s your pen pal from?

Language goals:

In this unit students learn to talk about countries, nationalities and languages. Ask and tell where people live.

New languages:

Where’s he / she from? He / She is from Australia / England / China / France / Singapore / Australia. Where does he / she live? He / She lives in Sydney. What language do you speak? I speak English. What’s your / his / her favorite subject? My / His / Her favorite subject is English. Does he / she have any brothers and sisters? Yes, he/ she does. / No, he / she doesn’t.

Difficult points:

1. Listening for the information about countries, nationalities and languages. Write an e-mail about oneself. Describe the new students in class.

2. Where questions with from Where questions with live What questions

Teaching aids:

A tape recorder

Teaching periods:

Period 1:Section A 中 1a, 1b, 1c Period 2:Section A 中 2a, 2b, 2c，2d Period 3:Section A 中 3a, 3b, 4 Period 4:Section B 中 1,2a, 2b, 2c Period 5:Section B 中 3a, 3b, 3c, 4 Period 6:Self Check

Period 1

Teaching aims:

1. Teach vocabulary words.

2. Target languages: Where’s your pen pal from? He is from Australia.

3. Enable the students to learn to talk about nationalities.

4. Help the students learn how to talk about nationalities.

Teaching procedures:

Step

1. Free talk 2 Say: Do you have any friends? Where is she from? Help the students make the same sentences and give them more chances to say. Step

2. Talking about the picture (1a) Hold up the picture on page 1 and point at the map. Ask students to read the picture. Ask some of you to read them aloud to the class. Make the students talk about where people are from. Say: Du Chuan, where is your pen pal from? Ask the students to read the conversations in the picture. Step

3. Listening (1b) Point to the numbered list of words and play the recording for a second time. Ask the students to listen to the recording and circle the countries in 1a. Ask students to listen to and repeat after the recording and then check the answers.

Step

4. Pair work(1c)

1. Now work in pairs and read the conversations in 1a with your

partner. You can talk about your own pen pal.

2. Ask the students to look at their own clothes and the things in their backpack. Ask and answer questions about where they are from.

Homework

1. Ask the students to practice talking about where people are from and make up real dialogues.

2. Learn the words in this unit (on page 1

15) by heart.

Period 2

Teaching aims:

1. Learn the vocabulary words and useful expressions.

2. Target languages: Where does he live? He lives in Toronto.

3. Let the students learn to talk about where people live.

4. Help the students learn how to talk about where people live.

Teaching procedures:

Step

1.StepI Revision Check the homework. And then ask several students to answer questions. Say: Where are you from? Do you have a pen pal? Where is your pen pal from? Step

2. Presentation (2a) Put a map of the world on the blackboard. Say: What’s the meaning of capital? Can you guess? Help them to answer. Write Australia, the United States, Canada, France, and Japan on the left of the blackboard. And write Sydney, New York, Paris, Toronto, and Tokyo on the right of the blackboard. And the teacher reads them aloud and asks students to repeat. Then ask students to match the cities with the countries. Step

3. Talk about countries and cities Ask the students to work in pairs, asking about the cities and the countries. Say: Now work in pairs and ask where the city is. For example, the first student asks “Where is Beijing?” the second student answers “It’s in China.” Then tell the students to ask question about Chinese cities.

Step

4. Listening (2b, 2c) Tell the students to read the list of countries and cities in 2a. Say: Now let’s look at the list of countries and cities in Activity 2a. I will ask some students to read them aloud to the class. Call the students’ attention to the chart in 2c.Tell the students to listen to the conversations in Step 4 again to complete the chart. Step

5. Pair work(2d) Ask the students to read the conversations in the bubble. Then ask them to talk about the information in the chart in 2c. Then ask the students to work in groups and make up new dialogues with their own information. Step

6.Grammarfocus Review the grammar box. Say: You have to pay attention the word “from”. It always follows verb be, while live comes out alone in where sentences. Now make more sentences with where, from and live. Write the following on the blackboard. Say, now work in pairs and make dialogues after the model above.

Homework

1. Ask the students to learn the sentence patterns in Grammar Focus by heart. Try to use them freely.

2. Remember the words in this unit (on page 1

15).

3. Make a similar dialogue according to the conversation in 2d.

Period 3

Teaching aims:

1. Teach vocabulary words.

2. Target languages: What language does she speak? She speaks English.

3. Enable the students to learn to talk about what language people speak.

4. Help the students to learn how to talk about what language people speak.

Teaching procedures:

Step

1. Free talk Say, Morning, boys and girls. Nice to see you again. Do you remember we have learned about how to ask where people are from and how to ask where people live? Now I want some of you to answer my

questions. (Turn to a student.)Where are you from? Give more students chances to speak in class. Step

2. Presentation (3a) Say: Do you know the meaning of “language”? Listen: Tim is from England and he speaks English. So English is his language. I’m from China, so Chinese is my language .Now look at activity 3a.on page

3. Read the instructions to the class. Ask students to work in pairs as they answer the questions. Show the flowing and ask the students to make conversations after the model. Step

3. Pair work (3b) Ask the students to pay attention to the conversation in Activity 3b. Say, Read the dialogue by yourselves. Then I will ask some pairs to act out the dialogue in class. Show a map of the world. Ask students to work in pairs. Step

4. Quiz(

4) Ask the students to look at activity 4 then work in pairs and do the quiz.

Homework

Ask the students to work with their friends and practice the dialogue in activity 3b.

Period 4

Teaching aims

1. Teach vocabulary words.

2. Target languages: Does she have any brothers and sisters? Is that your new pen pal? Yes, it is.

3. Enable the students to learn to talk about their new pen pals.

4. Help the students learn how to talk about their new pen pals.

Teaching procedures:

Step

1. Revision Ask the students to make conversations talking about their new pen pal.

Ask some pairs to the front to talk about their pen pals. Greet each other and have a free talk with classmates. Talk about the persons they admire. Step

2.Match work (

1) Ask the students to pay attention to the notebook page with the countries listed. Ask the students to write the letter of the correct country in the box next to the title of each language textbook on the desktop. Step

3. Listening (2a, 2b) First, read the instructions and tell the students to read the conversation bubbles. Check the answers. Then ask the students to read the questions again. Ask the students to fill in the chart. Give students 1 minute to finish the task. Check the answers with the students. Then play the recording again and ask the students to repeat. Step

4. Pair work (2c) Ask two students to work in pairs, practicing the questions in activity 2a. Then tell the students to practice dialogues similar to the dialogue in activity 2a in pairs. They can use their own names.

Homework

Ask the students to make up similar dialogues using the following words: Sam, the Unites Sates, New York, a brother and a sister, English and French.

Period 5

Teaching aims

1. Teach vocabulary words.

2. Target languages: I think China is a very interesting country. I like going to the movies with my friends and playing sports. My favorite subject in school is P.E. It’s fun. / It’s too difficult.

3. Enable the students to write a pen pal letter.

4. Help the students learn how to write to a pen pal.

Teaching procedures:

Step

1.Warming up Say, Do you have a pen pal? What’s his name? Does he have any brothers and sisters? What language does he speak? Then ask the students to work in pairs to talk about their pen pal. Step

2. Reading (3a) Ask the students to read the letter on page

5. Point the four questions beneath the letter. When the students finish reading the letter, ask the four questions orally and ask them to answer orally. Ask the students to retell the letter, using their own words. Step

3. Reading and writing (3b) Ask the students to pay attention to the letter from Tom King. Point out the blanks in the letter and the information card on the right. Correct the answers. Then draw the information card on the blackboard and then ask the students try to retell the letter. Step

4. Writing Ask the students make their own information card. After they are finished, ask several students to read their e-mails in class.

Homework

Ask the students to choose one of the following tasks as homework.

1. Show a name card to the students and ask them to write something about it.

2. The students change their information card with their partner and write something about their partner.

Period 6

Teaching aims:

1. Teach vocabulary words.

2. Enable the students to describe the new students in the class.

3. Help the students learn to describe the new students in the class.

Teaching procedures:

Step

1. Revision Practice talking about one of the students. Say, Take out your information cards. And change it with your partner. Read it carefully and make up an oral practice, talking about your partner.

Step

2.Key word check Ask the students to read all the words in this part. Say: In learning to talk about where people are from, you learned many words on the topic. Now read and check the words you know in 1 on page

6. Then say a sentence with each of them. Step

3.Vocab-Builders Ask students to write five new words in their Vocabulary-Builder on page 1

12. After they are finished, ask two students to write their words down on the blackboard. And ask them to read the words and the whole class repeat. And tell the whole class to remember them after class. Step

4.Writing Let the students pay attention to the pictures. Say, Look at the picture of Sally. How old do you think she is? Where do you think she is from? What language do you think she speaks? What do you think she likes? What do you think she dislikes? The same step goes with Jim and Julie. After a few minutes, ask some students to read their descriptions to the class. Step

5.Speaking Ask the students to do an oral practice about the new classmates. Say, There are several new students in our class this term. Who do you like best? Why do you like him or her? Please tell us. First you can tell your partner. Ask some students to present their work to the class. Step

6. Just for Fun! Ask all students to read the conversation. Let the students practice in pairs.

Homework

Ask the students to summarize what they have learned in this unit and prepare for the next unit.

Unit 2 Where is the post office?

Language goals:

In this unit students learn to talk about asking for and give directions on the street.

New languages:

Excuse me, is there a bank near here? Yes, there is. It’s on Center Street. Where is the pay phone? It’s across from / next to / in front of / behind the library. It’s between the post office and the library. Just go straight and turn left. Turn left on First Avenue. Take a walk through the park on Center Avenue. There is a clean / dirty park near my house.

Difficult points:

1. Listening for the information of the names of the neighborhood Read the tour guide and an e-mail from a friend you’re going to visit. Write the dialogues about asking the way and giving directions.

2. Where questions. Affirmative statements Prepositions of place

Teaching aids:

A tape recorder Some pictures

Teaching periods:

Period 1: Section A1a, 1b, 1c Period 2: Section A2a, 2b, 2c Period 3: Section A3a, 3b, 4 Period 4: Section B 1a, 1b, 1c, 2a, 2b, 2c Period 5: Section B 3a, 3b, 3c, 4 Period 6: Self Check

Period 1

Teaching aims:

1. Teach vocabulary words.

2. Target languages: Is there a bank near here? Yes, there is. It’s on Center Street.

3. Enable the students to ask for and give directions on the street.

4. Help the students to ask for and give directions on the street.

Teaching procedures:

Step

1. Warming up Show three pictures prepared before class to the students. There is a cat in a box in picture

1. There is a cat on a box in picture

2. There is a cat under the box in picture

3. Then ask some students to ask and answer these questions. Step

2.Match work (2a) Ask the students to read the picture and the words in the numbered list. Ask the students to match each word or phrase on the list with one of the pictures. Then check the answers. Present the new sentence patterns. Then ask the students to read the dialogue in the picture. Step

3. Listening (1b) Ask the students to listen to the conversations and circle the places in 1a. Change the roles and do the same again. Then students ask and answer without the help of the recording. Step

4. Practice Point to the different locations shown in the pi