Unit1 Women of achievement 单元教案 This unit stays focused on the topic: women. Six women with various national backgrounds are featured, and different aspects of their life are explored, like, their social position, contributions and hardships ;meanwhile, their achievements in a wide variety of fields are highly praised. Ss will know better the roles women play in social life, with their(esp. girl students’)self-esteem and sense of social responsibility boosted.
  1. Warming-up requires Ss to comment on the 6 women and give their opinions and reasons as well. This part connects Unit5,Module
  1.The rules concluded in the earlier unit can be applied here to identify great women. Ss should be encouraged to discuss what these women did for other people, and what problems they had to overcome or what they had to give up to achieve their ambition.
  2. Pre-reading is also a discussion but focused on Jane Goodall. The two questions raised here prompt Ss to think over the pros and cons of two approaches to scientific study(lab research & field research). Then, Ss are asked to predict the content based on the title and pictures.
  3. Reading-A Student of African Wildlife depicts a scene where Jane and her colleagues studied chimps in an African forest and explains the significance of their work and the achievements she reached. Despite the fact that it was a dirty and tiring job to do the field research in the wild, they all regarded it as worthwhile. Some of their valuable discoveries would not have been made in the lab;for the very reason Jane Goodall had chosen the primitive African forest to study in.Her years of observing and recording chimps’ daily activities attributed to a better understanding of their behaviour. She has argued that wild animals be left in the wild and not used for entertainment or advertisements. She has endeavored to enhance people’s awareness of understanding, respecting and protecting wild animals. She is an inspiring role model !
  4. Comprehending consists of 4 Exx, guiding Ss to comprehend the reading passage at different levels. Exx1-3 are intended to aid Ss to obtain important details ,grasp paragraph main ideas and transfer text information in the form of multiple choice, summing-up and filling in a chart. The 4 open-ended Qs in Ex4 encourage Ss to think in others’ shoes, which helps strengthen Ss’ faith in animals protection.
  5. Learning about Language is to discover and practice useful words, expressions and structures. Discovering useful words and expressions is meant to help Ss to further study word formation, key words & phrases; Discovering useful structures centers on “subject-verb agreement”, determining the number of collective noun being the priority for the moment. Form-Meaning-Use approach is encouraged in grammar study.
  6. Using language is to train Ss’ integrating skills in listening, speaking , reading and writing. Reading features Lin Qiaozhi,a famed specialist in women disease, who achieved great success in her career with remarkable perseverance and efforts. She cared about women and mothers, esp. those living in poverty, and earned respect with her kindness and warn heart. Plus, she dedicated all her life to her patients and Chinese medical care. Ss are expected to learn about an outstanding woman’s life, and, more importantly, get enlightened when considering their future career choice. (Listening, Speaking & writing : omitted)
  7. Summing Up,Learning Tip,Reading for Fun: omitted
  8. Key points covered in this unit are summarized as follows; ⑴ know about great women of achievement in various fields and discuss their qualities; (
  2) learn how to describe a person with adjectives about people’s qualities and personalities; (
  3) well identify the number of collective noun and master the corresponding principle of keeping verb-form in agreement with the subject; (
  4) master how to change nouns into verbs, vice versa; Further study word formation; (
  5) master the following words, expressions and their usage in concrete context: (pls refer to TB4 p.
  1) Period One Warming up (p.
  1); Using language: Listening (p.
  7) ☆ Teaching objectives
  1. ability Ss will be able to learn about and briefly talk about the 6 women’s life, main deeds and contributions in Warming up; Ss will be able to develop the abilities of pre-listening predicting &listening for key
words while listening .
  2. language knowledge & skills After this period of learning Ss will be able to: Understand the meaning of the following words & phrases and master their basic usage: achievement, welfare project, institute, specialist, connection, human beings, campaign, organization, dress as, help do sth, concern oneself with sth, devote one’s life to sth, found a campaign to do sth Learn how to use the following key sentence patterns: Joan of Arc was a girl from the countryside who dressed as a man and went to fight for the French. She helped drive the English out of France. She helped improve prison conditions and gave prisoners work and education. She concerned herself with welfare projects, especially the China Welfare Institute for women and children. She devoted all her life to medical work for Chinese women and children. Her research showed the connections between chimps and human beings. Jody Williams helped found an international campaign to stop the making of landmines.
  3. cultural consciousness Ss will be able to know about the unfairness women meet with in society and take a right attitude towards gender difference ☆ Teaching procedures & ways Ⅰ:Warming up
  1. What did Joan of Arc ,Elizabeth Fry, Song Qingling, Lin Qiaozhi, Jane Goodall and Jody Williams do respectively? dress as / fight for / drive sb out of …\\help improve …\\concern oneself with …\\devote one’s life to …\\show the connections between …\\found a campaign to …
  2. Scan the passages and fill in the table name ambition problems sacrifices Ⅱ :Discussion
  1. What do these six women have in common? devoted, determined, committed, inspiring, influential, had careers
  2. Do you still remember Nelson Mandela? What do you think makes a great man or woman Ⅲ:Listening
  1. Discuss in groups. Is it easy for women to succeed? What difficulties might women meet? Do you think men have the same problems? Give reasons.
  2.Listen for the first time and check the ideas that you have just discussed before
  3. Listen to the tape again and take notes on the three problems given in the listening.-Ex2
  4. Listen once more and fill in the blanks-Ex3 Ⅳ: Discussion It is said that “it is more difficult for a woman to be successful”. Do you agree or disagree? State your reasons. Ⅴ: Summary and homework
  1. Remember the following words and expressions. achievement, welfare project, institute, specialist, connection, human beings, campaign, organization, found a campaign dress as / fight for / help drive sb out of some place / help improve / concern oneself with / devote one’s life to / show the connections between …
  2. Preview the reading “A student of African wildlife”. Study the new words and finish Eexercise 1 on page4 ☆ Reflection:
Period Two Pre-reading (p.
  1); Reading; Comprehending (pp.2-
  3) ☆ Teaching objectives:
  1.ability . Further train Ss to predict the content based on the title and pictures;develop Ss’ reading skills of grasping the gist, summing up Para. main ideas, obtaining key information, raising Qs (general,detailed,inferring,writing skills) ,and retelling the text with some questions and words as a support; Develop Ss’ ability to acquire information through reading; summarize the methods of observing chimps and Jane Goodall’s achievements in chimp study and protection.
  2. language knowledge & skills After this period of learning,Ss will be able to master the following language items in the specific context of the passage-“A Student Of African Wildlife” After this period of learning,Ss will be able to use Key words & phrases: behave, behaviour, shade, worthwhile, nest, bond, observe, childhood, respect, argue, entertainment, inspire move off, be outspoken about, lead a busy life, crowd in Key structures: Watching a family of chimps wake up is our first activity of the day. Everybody sits and waits in the shade of the trees while the family begins to wake up and move off. Jane warns us that our group is going to be very tired and dirty by the afternoon and she is right. Her work changed the way people think about chimps.
  3. Affect & attitude Guide Ss to appreciate the heroine’s spirit of braving hardships. ☆ Teaching procedures & ways: I. Pre-reading
  1. Retell the story about Jane Goodall. study chimps in Africa, show the connections between chimps & human beings, protect chimps
  2. Discuss in groups. ? Why do you think Jane Goodall went to Africa to study chimps rather than to university? ? Do you think she was right? Give your reasons. ? Can you think of the possible difficulties that Jane Goodall might meet doing her research without training?
  3. Prediction Look at the title and the pictures. Then answer the following questions.
  1) What do you think the passage will tell us?
  2) What is Jane Goodall doing in the picture on the top right?
  3) What is Jane Goodall doing in the picture on the bottom left?
  4. Vocabulary matching. ? close connection that people have with each other ? to fill sb with feelings or aims ? (of thoughts, questions, etc) to fill one’s mind ? the period of time when someone is a child ? giving opinions openly and honestly
Description of
? to move away from a place; to leave a woman scientist ? task that requires a lot of time and effort ? to watch carefully II. Reading
  1. Fast reading Explain Describe Skim the passage and underline the basic information:her work why, where, when, how. what, who, her res earch
  2. Underline the topic sentence in each paragraph. and achievements method Following Jane’s way of studying chimps, our group are all going to visit them in the forest. Nobody before Jane fully understood chimp behaviour. For forty years Jane Goodall has been outspoken about making the rest of the world Her Through the eyes respect the life of these animals. Her Her understand and conti nuing of a visitor discoveries achie ve me nts She has achieved everything she wanted to do. work
  3. Ssummarize the main idea of each paragraph-Ex2 p.3
  4. Discover the structure of the text.
  5. Ask questions. Make up questions within your group based on the reading. Each group chooses a best question and the other groups compete to answer it. E.g. what’s the main idea of the first paragraph? (General) When did Jane first arrive in Gombe? (detailed) What do we know about Jane’s personality from the second paragraph? (make an inference) Which part is the summary of the reading? (writing skills)…
  6. Answer more questions from the T. In which way has Jane helped people? (behave) What did we do before we followed the chimps wandering into the forest? (shade, move off) What did the writer think of the evening? (worthwhile) What did the writer realize after a day’s watching? (bond) How did Jane discover the society of chimps? (observe ) How did Jane try to protect the lives of chimps in their natural habitat? (be outspoken about, respect, argue) When did Jane want to work with animals in their own environment? (childhood) What about Jane’s life now? (lead a busy/meaningful life) Activity III. Post-reading
  1. In your group rretell the text using the following questions and words as a support. What did the writer do? (behave, shade, worthwhile, bond) What did Jane Goodall do and find out about chimps? (observe, discover) What did Jane Goodall do to protect the chimps? (be outspoken about, respect, argue) What about her achievements?
  2. Discuss in groups. Reconsider the title. Do you understand it differently? Discuss with your partners. Do you think it is more important to study chimps in the wild rather than in a zoo? Give reasons. Do you think you would go if you are asked to study animals in the wild? Why or why not? IV. Summary and homework
  1. Remember the following words and expressions. behave, shade, move off, worthwhile, nest, bond, behaviour, observe, childhood, be outspoken about, respect, argue, entertainment, lead a busy life, crowd in, inspire
  2. Finish Exercises 1 and 3 ( p.
  3) and Exercise 3 (p.
  4). ☆ Reflection:


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