Amy: Mum, can I have a drink?
Mom: Yes, you can. Here you are.
Amy: Can I have an ice cream, mum?
Mom: No, you can’t. No ice cream.
Amy: Can I go to shop an ice cream?
Mom: No, you can’t! You are ill. But you can have these biscuits.
Amy: Thanks mum.
Knowledge aim: students can know the function of inquiry and refusal by leaning key sentence: can I... Yes, you can; No, you can`t.
Ability aim: students can use these key sentences into real life.
Emotional aim: students can get more confident about English and cultivate awareness about politeness.
Teaching key point &difficult point:
key point: students can know how to ask for permission and express refusal.
Difficult point: students can put these sentences into practice.
Hello, everyone! It`s your beloved English teaching teacher Albert. Nice to see you guys again. Before this class, I want to share an interesting story with everyone. It`s about my sister. You know, My sister loves foods so much, especially the sweet foods such as candy, donut, and so on. Every time she got change, she just grasps her money and rush into the candy shop. Day by day, she is getting heavier and heavier. Every time she asked my mom “ mommy, can I have some change for an ice cream?” every time my mother was depressed and answer “No, you can`t honey”. Then I would can`t help laughing. It`s interesting, right? I guess sometimes you guys also have such kind of request. In order to improve your skill for requesting, lets start our new class. Can I...
Now, guys, look at the screen. Here is a picture. What in it? Alex, you please. Yes, Alex said “there`re so many foods and a little girl with her mom”. Good job. As Alex said, can you guys have a guess? What are they talking about? Foods? Argument? Ok, let’s keep it as a riddle. Next, we`re going to uncover this riddle.
Now we are going to listen to a tape for twice. During the first time, you guys need to check your prediction and answer me that what are they talking about. Are you ready? Lets begin.
Ok, time to answer my question. Coco, you please. Well, you still think that they are talking about foods. Well, you may say so. Sit down please. Anyone else? Ok, Tina. You say the girl is asking for food from her mother. Perfect! You`re very good at catching information. Ok, you two did a really good job.
Now, we are going to listen to the tape again. After listening, you just need to answer my questions. What does Amy want? What does Amy finally get? Ready? Go!
Well, time is up. Who can answer my first question? What does Amy want? Good, Nina, you please. Well, Nina said Amy wants drink and ice cream. Excellent! You are such a smart girl. Now, the second question. What does Nina finally get? Christina, please. Brilliant! Biscuit, right. I know you can do it.
We have finished this tape. Their conversation is quit interesting, ha? I just thought my sister and my mom. Do you guys want to do a role-play? Yes? Ok, two students in one group. One is Amy, the other is Amy`s mom. Lets do a role-play. You have 3 minutes. After this, i will invite one group to show us.
Well, time is up. Volunteers? Ok, group banana. Very good, your performance is excellent. I`m so proud of you.
Summary & Homework
《what time is it?》教案
Knowledge aims: Grasp the new words and phrase: music class, PE class, English class, breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Ability aims: students’ listening and speaking abilities will be improved and can understand the directive and do the corresponding activities.
Emotional aims: Improve students’ confidence of learning English and help them arrange time properly.
Key & difficult points:
Key points: Master the new words and phrases and the usage of the sentence structure “ It’s time for…”
Difficult points: Apply them into daily life.
Teaching methods: Audio-lingual teaching method, communicative teaching method, TPR teaching method
Step1: warming up
Sing a song
Sing a song named “Ten little Indian boys” to review numbers. Then ask students to read the numbers. Draw a big circle on the blackboard, then I ask: what is it?
Ss: It is a clock. Then lead into the new lesson, “what time is it?”
Activity1: new words.
First, I will act as a clock with my arm, and let students speak out what time is it. Then draw some pictures such as a glass of milk, rice, ABC to present my new words and explain them one by one.
Activity2: new sentences:
1.I point to the clock and ask “what time is it?” , and students answer “It is __. It’s time for_-__”. Practice the sentences several time. Write down them on the blackboard.
2. Ask and answer.
S1 : What time is it?
S2: It’s 12 o’clock.
Ask some students to answer.
3.sing a song with the new sentences just like two tigers and teach ss to sing this song remember the sentences.
Activity3: make dialogues
Work in pairs , I will give students 5minutes to prepare the dialogue using the new words and sentences. Then ask volunteers to show their play in the front.
Activity1: show a picture of Zhang Pen’s day. Today, Zhang Peng does different things.
T: What does Zhang Peng do on the day? Let’s see together.
(Present the picture of the clock)
T: What time is it?
Ss: It’s 7o’clock.
T: It’s time for breakfast.
Teach ss “time for breakfast, drink some milk”(read and do the action).
Point to the other time and ask .
Activity2: Play a game. let’s do.
Teach students a chant with action. Just like this
It’s time for breakfast.
Let’s drink some milk.
It’s time for lunch.
Let’s eat some rice.
Then sing and do with the whole class.
Step4: Summary and home work
Conclude what we have learnt today. Ask ss to conclude with me together. And tell them to arrange time properly and have a good habit.
Homework: let students sing the chant to their parents.