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高中英语全英文说课稿

日期:2022-11-20| 编辑: 花都老李 | 阅读: 69 |原作者: 郭健瑜|来自: 花都知识网

今天给大家介绍的是高中英语全英文说课稿,高中英语全英文说课稿的详细内容:高中英语全英文说课稿(通用6篇)作为一位不辞辛劳的人民教师,往往需要进行说课稿编写工作,借助说课稿可以更好地提高教师理论素养和驾驭 ...

  今天给大家介绍的是高中英语全英文说课稿,高中英语全英文说课稿的详细内容:

高中英语全英文说课稿(通用6篇)

  作为一位不辞辛劳的人民教师, 往往需要进行说课稿编写工作, 借助说课稿可以更好地提高教师理论素养和驾驭教材的能力。说课稿应该怎么写呢?以下是小编整理的高中英语全英文说课稿, 欢迎大家借鉴与参考, 希望对大家有所帮助。

  高中英语全英文说课稿 篇1

  Good morning, everyone! I’m glad to be here to give my lesson plan presentation. The lesson plan I am going to talk about is the reading part of Unit 4 Wildlife Protection in the book NSEFC BOOK1. Now I’ll explain my lesson plan from the following aspects——analysis of teaching material, learning condition, teaching objectives, important and difficult points, teaching methods, teaching procure and blackboard design.

  Analysis of teaching material and learning condition

  First, let’s come to the analysis of teaching material. The reading material is entitled How Daisy Learned to Help Wildlife. It talks about how Daisy learned the importance of wildlife protection through her communication with some animals in her dream. It is closely connected with this unit’s topic——the importance of wildlife protection. The passage is clearly organized by Daisy’s 3 trips in which she communicates with several endangered animals, and there are not so much new words in this passage

  Now let’s move on to the analysis of learning condition, students must be very familiar with the topic and interested in all kinds of animals. Students have acquired the basic reading skills, such as skimming, scanning, etc to deal with different reading tasks, and they can do some discussion in English. However, they are not familiar with the organization WWF mentioned in the passage, not clear with the author’s purposes of writing some sentences, and they may find it difficult to deal with some real problems by themselves concerning with wildlife protection.

  Teaching objectives

  Based on the analyses of the teaching material and the learning condition, I will show you the teaching objectives.

  (1) Language Skills:

  1. Students can get the needed information about Daisy’s trip by applying different reading skills.

  2. Students can summarize the main ideas of each paragraph through skimming.

  3. Students can analyze the author’s purpose of writing sentences like “No rainforest, no animals, no drugs” and “And there are always WWF.”

  (2) Language Knowledge:

  1. Students can know more about why some animals are in danger and how to protect them.

  2. Students can know how to use the new words, such as mercy, importance, contain, etc.

  (3) Affective objectives:Students can realize the importance of wildlife protection.

  (4) Culture awareness:Students can know something about the organization WWF.

  (5) Learning strategy:

  1. Students can improve their communication strategy by discussing with classmates about protecting animals.

  2. Students can refer to the Internet to know more about wildlife protection.

  Key point and difficult points:

  Key points:

  (1) Students can improve their reading skills, such as summarizing, skimming, scanning, etc.

  (2)Students can get the main idea of the passage.

  (3) Students can know how to use the new words in the passage.

  Difficult Points:

  1. Students can summarize the main ideas of each paragraph.

  2. Students can get the implied meaning of some sentences in the passage.

  Teaching methods

  As for teaching methods, I’ll follow the interactive model to deal with the reading material and communicative approach to put what the students have learned into use.

  Teaching procedure:

  Then I’ll talk about the most important part of my presentation——teaching procedure.

  Warming-up

  The first step is warming-up. It will cost 3 minutes. First, I’ll show my students a short clip of video about the endangered wildlife. Then, I’ll ask the students to name the endangered animals in it together with me and list more. This step is aimed to arise the students’ interest and get the students familiar with the topic——wildlife.

  Pre-reading

  The second step is pre-reading. It will cost about 5 minutes with 2 activities. In the first activity, I’ll introduce something about the organization WWF to the students. The second activity is to ask students to give their reasons to the question “Why are some animals in danger?”. The purpose of these activities is to let students have the background knowledge of the passage and get interested in reading the passage. And it is also in this step some new words like fur, protect, affect will be taught.

  While-reading

  The third step is while-reading. It consists of 3 activities which will be finished in 20 minutes.

  The first activity is skimming. It will cost about 5 minutes. I’ll ask the students to skim the passage and work out the main ideas of each paragraph by themselves. It is the difficult point for the students, so I’ll give them hints such as key words or some answers to choose when necessary to help them to do the summarization. The purpose is the improve students’ reading ability——skimming and let them get the main ideas of the passage.

  The second activity is scanning. It will cost about 3 minutes. I’ll ask the students to read fast and do some True or False questions. The purpose of it is to get students know the detailed information about Daisy’s trip and wildlife protection and improve their scanning ability.

  The third activity is close reading. It will cost about 12 minutes. Students will be asked to read the passage paragraph by paragraph and fill in the form the needed information——name of the animals in Daisy’s trips, their situation, and result. Then I’ll ask the students questions: “What does the author want to tell us from the first paragraph?”, “How the government help protect the elephants?”, and “How do you understand the sentences ‘No rainforest, no animals, no drugs.’ and ‘and there was always WWF.’?”. These 3 questions involve some implied meanings which may be difficult for students to work out, so I’ll give some key words as hints for them or ask some other related questions to guide them to work out the answers. The purpose of this activity is to make the students fully understand the reading material and try to analyze the author’s purpose of writing some sentences. And in these 3 activities, I can also teach students some new words like carpet, respond, powerful, etc.

  Post-reading

  The fourth step is post-reading. It will cost about 10 minutes. I’ll ask the students to form groups of 4 and do the discussion based on the questions on page 27, and they can refer to the reading material to work out these answers. After the discussion, I’ll ask some students to report their answers, especially how to protect the endangered animals.

  Homework

  The last step is homework. It will take about 2 minutes. The homework is to write a short passage entitled “How to Protect Wildlife”. They can surf the internet and try to find more ways about wildlife protection.

  Well, this is the blackboard design. In the middle, it’s the form for students to fill in, and on the 2 sides, there are the new words in the passage. Some of them, as I’ve mentioned, are taught in pre-reading. Most of them is taught in third-step while-reading.

  That’s all for my lesson plan presentation. Thank you for your attention. Thank you!

  Unit 4 How Daisy Learned to Help Wildlife

  protect Animal Situation Result carpet

  fur Para 1 antelope being hunt decrease powerful

  affect Para 2 respond

  in relief Para 3 importance

  mosquitoes appreciate

  高中英语全英文说课稿 篇2

  Hello, everyone. I’m glad to be here to give my lesson plan presentation. The lesson plan I’m going to talk about is the reading part from NSECS book 1 unit 1 Friendship. Now, I’d like to explain how to teach and why to do so from the following aspects: the analysis of teaching material and learning condition, the teaching objectives, the teaching method and teaching aids, the teaching procedures, and the blackboard design.

  First, I’d like to talk about the analysis of teaching material and learning condition.

  The title of the text is “Anne’s Best Friend”. It mainly talks about a Jewish girl, Anne, who treated her diary as her best friend when she and her family hid in a shelter to escape from the killing of Nazis. The text has tow parts, the first part is about the background of Anne’s diary, and the second part is about the content of Anne’s diary. The key point of the text is that students can use different kind of reading skills like prediction, scanning and skimming to get good understanding of the text. The difficult point is that students can summarize the main idea of the whole text and each paragraph.

  As for the students, they are in grade 9 in high school, and they have learned English for more than 7 years. They have a certain vocabulary store, while they lack the training of reading skills. They are interested in the topic of friendship because they attach much importance to friendship. And they can make some discussion in English.

  According to the analysis of teaching material and learning condition, I make out the following teaching objectives.

  First, language skills: students can use reading skills like prediction, skimming and scanning to read the text.

  Second, language knowledge: students can learn some new words and new phrases, such as power, on purpose, in order to, etc. and students can be familiar with the topic of friendship.

  Third, learning strategy: students will learn to study and solve problems by cooperation and communication.

  Fourth, affective objectives: students will value friendship more and cherish what they have.

  Last, cultural awareness: students will know more knowledge about the history of World War Ⅱ, especially the suffering of Jewish people during the war.

  Then, I’ll talk about the teaching method and teaching aids. I adopt communicative approach. And the teaching aids are blackboard and PPT.

  Now, I will focus on the teaching procedures. There are 4 steps.

  Step 1 is warming up. It will cost 3 minutes. In this part, I will show students an English song “Forever friend”. Before listening, I will ask students to think about the question “What’s the song about?” so that they will listen to the song with purpose. After they finish the listening, they will know that the song is about friendship. It will naturally lead in the topic of the text. What’s more, students are interested in listening to music, the song will arouse students interest and activate the class atmosphere.

  Step 2 is pre-reading, it will cost 5 minutes. First, I will ask students to read the title of the text and ask them “Do you know Anne? Who is she?” if students don’t know, I will tell them that Anne is a Jewish girl who survived in the World War Ⅱand I will talk about the suffering of Jewish people during the war with some related pictures. After students have the background knowledge of the text, I will ask them to look at the title and the picture of the text to predict the content of the text. The purpose of prediction is to make students read the text more carefully during the reading process. They will concentrate more to check their prediction so that they can get their mind closer to the theme of the text.

  Step 3 is while reading. It will cost 25 minutes. There are there activities.

  In activity 1, I will ask students to skim the text to get the main idea of the text and each paragraph. Because it’s a little difficult for students to summarize the main idea, I will give them some multiple choices to choose, it will reduce the degree of difficulty. The purpose of this activity is to train students’ reading skill of skimming, and they can get the general idea of the text.

  In activity 2, I will ask students to scan the text to fill in some blanks. The purpose of this activity is to train students’ reading skill of scanning, and they can get some detailed information of the text.

  Activity 3 is close reading. In this part, I will first explain some new expressions that may cause difficulty in students’ comprehension, such as go through, on purpose, in order to, etc. so that they read the text smoothly. Then I will ask students to answer the questions in exercise 2. After answering these questions, students will have a better understanding of the whole text. Next, I will ask students to work in pairs to use some adjectives to describe Anne’s feelings as she was looking out at the night sky. Then I will ask some students to come to the blackboard to write the adjectives. After this activity, students will have a better understanding of Anne’s feelings.

  Step 4 is post reading. It will cost 12 minutes. In this part, I will hold a group discussion. I will set a situation to students. That is “imagine you have to go into hiding like Anne and her family, what will you miss most? Why?” I will ask students to work in 4 to have a discussion. After discussion, I will ask some students to report their groups’ opinions and then I will write them on the blackboard. The purpose of this activity is to cultivate students’ spirit of cooperation. And after the discussion, students will learn to cherish what they have.

  Then, I will talk about the homework. I will ask students to write a short passage about what they will miss most and why based on the former discussion in class.

  Ok, now, please look at here, this is my blackboard design.

  miss reasons

  This is all my lesson plan presentation, thank you very much!

  高中英语全英文说课稿 篇3

  Hello,everyone! I’m glad to be here to present my lesson plan, the lesson plan I will talk about is from NSEFC Book 2 Unit 4 Wildlife Protection, peariod1 How Daisy Learned to Protect Wildlife. I will explain how to teach and why to do so in the following aspects: the analyses of teaching material, learning condition, teaching objectives, the important points and difficult points, teaching methods, teaching procedure and blackboard notes.

  Fistly, I’d like to present my understanding of teaching material. It’s the first period in this course. The lesson is mainly reading course. Its topic is about the importance of wildlife protection and how to protect the endangered wildlife. Ss are very familiar about this topic, so they will talk about it freely.

  This is all my understand of teaching material. Next, let’s move on to learning condition. My Ss are supposed to be grade1 in high school. Most of them have been learning English for seven years and their enthusiasm for English is quite high. They can express their own ideas in English. But they are lack of reading skills.

  Based on the analyses of teaching material and learning condition,I’d like to propose the teaching objectives, the important points and difficult points.

  (1) language knowledge

  After the class, the Ss can master the new words in this lesson, for example: carpet, respond, distant…

  (2) language skill

  This is reading course, so after class the Ss should master the reading skills: prediction, skimming and scanning. What’s more, they should know how to summary the main idea of the passage from the key words and sentence.

  (3) Affective objectives

  After class, the Ss should understand the importance of wildlife protection. And they know how to protect and can take actions to protect animals.

  (4) Culture awareness

  Ss will know more about the agonization for wildlife protection, for example, WWF. And they will understand we all have responsibility for wildlife protection.

  (5) Learning strategy

  Ss will be able to learn both individually and cooperatively through activities.

  Now let’s move on to the important and difficult points

  The Ss talk the topic “wildlife protection” freely and master the reading skills—prediction, skimming and scanning. These are also the difficult points for Ss.

  As for teaching method, I mainly adopt communicative approach.

  Here comes the most important part of my presentation--- teaching precedure. I divide it into 5steps: warming-up, pre-reading, while-reading, post-reading and homework.

  Step1 warming-up. It will cost 5m. Activity1, I will play a vedio about endangered animals. After that, I will ask Ss to talk about why they are in danger of dissapearing. Ss will give some reasons. There will be some new words mentioned, such as wild, die out, disappear… I will explain them. Then I will say: “These animals now are protected by some wildlife parks, such as Word Wildlife Found(WWF).” I will introduce more information about WWF. In this activity, Ss will know reasons of the dissapearance of wildlfe and get some knowledge about WWF. And they will get familiar about the following reading.

  Step2 pre-reading. It will cost 5m.

  Activity1, I will ask Ss to predict what the passage will talk about the title “How Daisy learned to help wildlife”. In this activity, Ss will learn the reading skill—predicting.

  Step3while-reading. In this step I will divide it into three activities, and it will cost 25m.

  Activity1 Skimming 5m

  In this activity, I will show main idea of each paragraph, but not in order. Ss should skim each paragraph and match them. I will imply that the main idea always appear in the first or the last sentence, but some will apear in the middle. In this activity, Ss will learn how to find the main idea of each paragraph using the reading skill—skimming.

  Activity2 Scanning 12m

  In this activity, I will make a table about Daisy’s three visits to wildlife. This table will refer to animals’ living conditions and the result of their lives. I will ask Ss to scan the whole passage, and find the information based on the table. They should finish the table in group of 4 members and after their discussing I will ask 2 or 3 groups to report their results. In this activiy, Ss will learn the reading skill—scanning, and master some new words and phrases, such as in relief, burst into laughter, mercy, certain and so on. They can find the important information from each paragraph and get the consciousness of team work.

  Activity3 summarize 3m

  Ss will summarize the main idea of the whole passage easily in group. From this activity, Ss will learn to analysize each paragraph and finally get the main idea.

  Activity 4 retelling 5m

  I will ask Ss to retell the passage in pair according to Daisy’s three visits. Then I will ask two Ss to retell in front of the class. In this activity, Ss can use the key words and sentences to retell the whole story and consolidate what they have learned.

  Step4 post-reading. It will cost 8. In this step, Ss will make discussion about ways to protect wildlife and express their own ideas with their previous knowledge. After 5m’s discussion, I will ask two or three Ss to show their ideas. In this step, Ss will not only share their ways to protect wildlife, but also practice their speaking.

  The last step is homework. I will ask Ss to find the persuasive sentences in the passage. They are asked to surf the Internet to find more ways to protect wildlife, and then write three suggestions to WWF to protect wildlife. Ss will make preparation for the next course--- persuasive writing.

  That’s all for the teaching procedure. And here is my blackboard note. On the right side, there are the words and expressions. In the left, there is the table about Daisy’s three visits.

  That all for my lesson plan presentation, thanks for your attention.

  Blackboard Note:

  Unit 4 How Daisy Learned to Protect Wildlife

  Paragraph(main idea ) Animal Situation Result

  Para.1 Tibet Antelope Be hunted Numbers are descreasing

  Para.2 … … …

  Para.3/4 … …. ….

  carpet

  fur

  distant

  mercy

  certain

  burst into laughter

  in relief

  …

  高中英语全英文说课稿 篇4

  Good morning, ladies and gentlemen! I’m XXX from No.2 High School. I’m very glad to present my lesson plan here. It is from Unit1 Module 2 NSEFC, Using language, reading, listening and speaking, the fourth period.

  I. Analysis of the teaching material and learners

  The content of the material is about how the Amber Room got lost, which is also the clue of the whole lesson. The reading passage is about the definition of fact and opinion. There is an old miner’s story about what happened to the Amber Room for students to decide whether he gives facts or opinions. In the listening part, there are two pieces of narration about how the Amber Room got lost. Students will listen and then fill in two tables with some information missing, which is difficult for them. In the speaking section, discussions will be carried out by using the expressions from the table as the output.

  My students are familiar with the Amber Room now because they have learnt about it in the previous lessons. They have learnt many useful words for describing the Amber Room, which can make listening easier. Their scanning skill, even though it is not well-developed, plays efficient role in getting the required information in the limited time. However, the students’ listening skill of note-taking is poor and the listening passage is long and difficult for them, and they have no idea about how the great treasure got lost, so finishing the table will be a difficulty. In order to make it easier for them to fulfill the listening task, some key words from the listening are given to students. Before the blank-filling, some multiple choices will be given in order to help students get the general idea of the passage.

  II. Learning objectives

  According to the above analysis, I set the following learning objectives. Firstly, find out the differences between a fact and an opinion by scanning. Secondly, predict the content of listening by studying the key words that may appear in the listening content. Next, take notes of the key words from listening to get some information to fill in the tables and understand the main idea as well. Finally, learn the following words and expressions (trial, evidence, explode, entrance, sink, etc). by heart.

  Among all the objectives, Finding out the differences between a fact and an opinion by scanning in reading process and knowing how to tell a fact from an opinion as well as give opinions are essential for the students. It is one of the focuses of this lesson. And in this lesson, the listening practice will take up most of the time because it is important for students to know how to take notes while they are listening. So this is another focus. The skill of note-taking is vitally important for the students during the whole process of English study, but it is also a difficult skill for them at present.

  III. Teaching procedure

  We will spend 17 minutes on reading and 28 minutes on listening and speaking.

  The first two steps are for the reading part. Step 1 is pre-reading. There are two activities. Activity 1 is reviewing. I will show students a passage about the summary of the reading passage In Search of the Amber Room. Students will fill in the blanks with the relative words of attributive clause. Blank filling with the relative words aims to check whether the students can use the grammatical rules learnt last period in another context. The last three sentences mainly talk about the loss of the Amber Room, which function as the topic for the next activity. Activity 2 is discussing. I will lead the students to discuss what information is the fact and what information is the opinion about the Amber Room from the summary. As one of the language focuses, the difference between fact and opinion will be paid much attention to in this step, which can make preparations for the following steps.

  Step 2 is while-reading. There are two activities. Activity 1 is scanning to find out the definitions of fact and opinion, which is the foundation of this lesson. Activity 2 is also scanning. Students will be asked to read the story told by Jan and then fill in the table. After that, they will discuss whether the event Jan saw is a fact or an opinion by using the expressions in the table (slide). This activity offers students the chance to make judgment in a real life situation according to the definitions. They will use some expressions they know to give opinions by answering “why” questions.

  Next comes the listening. There are two parts, Part A and Part B. Step 3 is pre-listening for part A. I will show students some key words and expressions from the listening material. I will explain them. The students will guess what they are going to listen from the newly learnt words and phrases. Step 4 is while-listening for Part A. I will give students two chances. After the first listening, the students will finish four multiple choices. Based on the four questions, the students will know the main idea of Part A. For the second listening, the students will be asked to take notes down, and then fill in the blanks according to the notes taken. After that, they will check the answers with their partners’. Step 5 and Step 6 are designed to deal with Part B. It will be done just as part A. Firstly, the students will study the key words from the listening and predict the content as the pre-listening activity. Then, for the first listening, listen for answers to four multiple choices to get the main idea of the listening. Lastly, for the second listening, the students will take down key words to fill in the table. Predicting with the key words may lessen the students’ difficulty in getting the information. Multiple choice exercises are for the preparation to get a general idea of the listening material, which can be helpful in the blank filling activity. The listening is the foundation for the next step.

  Here comes Step 7, post-listening. There are two activities. Activity 1 is pair discussion. Based on the reading passage and the listening material, the students will be asked to decide who told the truth about the missing of the Amber Room and give the best evidence by using some functional items to ask for and give opinions in pairs. Activity 2 is a group discussion. I will create a real life situation. I will say that Shanghai Expo is a great success. The students will work in groups of four and have a discussion about whether it is the best exposition ever. During the discussion they can refer to more expressions of asking for and giving opinions in the textbook. Based on all these activities, students have got enough input. Now, it is quite natural for them to give a valid output in Step 8. After knowing what fact and opinion are and know how to give and ask for opinions, students may have less difficulty in doing this.

  The class will end up with an exciting discussion. Then I will ask students to write five sentences as evidence to support their opinion that Shanghai Expo is best ever. This is the homework.

  IV. Blackboard notes

  These are my blackboard notes. On the left, definitions of fact, opinion and evidence are given, which can help the students understand the key point in class. In the middle are key words from the first story in listening and on the right are the key words from the second story. Those words can be helpful for the students to get the general idea and easy to write down notes while they are listening.

  V. Reflection

  To sum up, there is enough input from reading and listening material, which provide the students with essential knowledge about the concepts of fact, opinion and evidence necessary for students to distinguish facts from opinions for later speaking activities at output stage. This lesson can be viewed as a typical integration of reading, listening and speaking. Reading for the definitions of fact, opinion and evidence functions as the input before using the knowledge to make judgment on the facts and opinions after listening.

  That’s all for my presentation. Thank you for listening.

  高中英语全英文说课稿 篇5

  Reading Part in NSEFC Module 1 Unit1 Friendship——Anne’s Best Friend

  Hello, everyone. I’m …. I’m very glad to be here to present my lesson plan. The lesson I’m going to talk about is the reading in NSEFC module 1 Unit1 Friendship. The title of the reading material is Anne’s Best Friend. I will present how to teach it and the reasons for doing so in the following aspects: the analyses of teaching material and learning condition, teaching objectives, the important and difficult points, teaching method, teaching procedures and blackboard notes.

  First of all, I’d like to analyze the teaching material. The text is about the story of a Jewish girl who treated her diary as her best friend when she was hiding away from the Nazi during the Second World War. It mainly consists of two parts; the first part is the introduction of Anne and her diary named Kitty. The second part is a diary entry written by Anne in the form of letter addressed to Kitty. The text is a bit long and there are a lot of new words and expressions in it, especially in the letter.

  Now, let’s move on to the analysis of learning conditions. The students are in grade1 in the senior school, they have achieved certain English level so they have no problem in comprehending the text and get the basic idea. They have learned the Second World War so their previous knowledge about it can lessen their difficulty of comprehension. But most of them maybe are not very familiar with the sufferings of the Jewish people during the war. I will introduce the related information rightly in the beginning of the lesson so as to prepare the students for the deep study of the text.

  Based on the analyses of the teaching material and the learning condition, I’d like to propose the teaching objectives and the important and difficult points.

  (1) language skill

  Ss will improve their reading skills by training some of the reading skills, such as skimming, scanning. It is the important point of this lesson.

  Ss will improve their writing skills by writing a letter to their friend. It is the difficult point of this lesson.

  (2) language knowledge

  Ss will master most of the new words and expressions in the text. This is the important point of this lesson.

  Ss will know the direct speech and indirect speech.

  (3) Affective objectives

  Ss will have a deeper understanding of the friendship so they will cherish their friends more than ever before. Ss will realize the cruelty of the war and the importance of the peace.

  (4) Culture awareness

  Ss will know more about the Second World War, especially the persecution Jewish people suffered from the Nazi.

  (5) Learning strategy

  Ss will cultivate their ability of individual learning and cooperative learning.

  As for the teaching methods, I mainly adopt audio-visual teaching method in the lead-in. During the reading process, I follow the top down modal to help the Ss to learn the text.

  Now, here comes the most important part of my presentation—teaching procedures. I’ll finish the lesson in 4 steps within 45 minutes. They are:

  Step1: Lead-in.

  Step2:Pre-reading

  Step3: While reading.

  Step 4: Post-reading.

  At the end of the lesson, I will present the homework.

  Now, let me introduce them step by step in details.

  The first step is lead-in. It will cost 7minutes. At the beginning of the lesson, I will play a short video clip which is about the sufferings of the Jewish people during the Second World War. From it, Ss will know that many Jewish people were caught and killed by Nazi in the camps, so others had to hide away. Then I will ask Ss what they needed most when in hiding. Ss may come up with the food, clothes and so on. I will give them some hint and they will realize that friends are also very important for them. Then it will be very natural for me to tell them than there was a girl called Anne who had a very good friend during the hard time. In this process, I will introduce them three new words, they are: German, Netherlands, go through. In this step, I adopt audio-visual teaching method, because the pictures and sounds serves better to activate the Ss. So I use the video to attract the Ss’ attention. What’s more, the introduction of Jewish people’s suffering by this video clip provides them with the background information of this text.

  Then I will move on to the second step---pre-reading. It will only cost 3 minutes. The Ss are required to guess who Anne’s best friend is and what happened to them by looking at the title and the pictures. Then I will ask several Ss to say their predictions but I will not tell them the answer directly in this step. Although not all the Ss can get the right answer, their mind can get closer to the theme of the text by predicting. So, later, when they read the passage they will concentrate more on it to check their predictions.

  After pre-reading, we will move on to the while-reading step which costs 22 minutes in total. There are 5 activities, the first three of which deals with the first two paragraphs of the text which is also the first part of the text. And the last two activities deal with the second part.

  The first activity is skimming. Ss are expected to skim the first part of text to work out the main idea. But as there is no topic sentence in this part, it is a bit difficult for students to tell the main idea with their own words. So I will present a multiple choice which covers the main idea of the text for them to choose from. This reduces the difficulty of the task as well as the Ss’ anxiety.

  After getting the main idea, we will do another activity, namely, scanning. Ss are expected to scan the text to find some specific information, such as the place and the time of the story, etc. Ss can develop the ability of information gathering and independent learning.

  After skimming and scanning, we will do the third activity of this step---close reading. I will help Ss learn the passage paragraph by paragraph. For the first paragraph, I will ask some questions like “According to Anne, what kind of person should a true friend be?” The answer to these questions cannot be taken directly from the text. Ss need to reorganize the sentences. If they can answer these questions, it means they have understood this paragraph. Then we will learn the second paragraph. For this one, I will ask one question “What did Anne say about her diary?” Ss may answer it by the original words said by Anne, I will catch this opportunity to tell them they change the direct speech into the indirect speech. But I will not go deeper, because they will learn this language point next period, so a simple introduction is ok.

  This is all for the first part of the text. Then we will start to learn the letter. There are two activities for this part. The first one is skimming, they should skim the letter for the main idea first and I will present a multiple choice for them to choose from. Them we will learn the letter in detail in the next activity. For the first paragraph of the letter, I will ask them to find out the changing of Anne’s attitudes toward nature. Ss can find out that before hiding away, she paid no attention to the nature while she grew crazy about it when hiding. Then I will ask them to find out the reason. As for the second paragraph, Anne narrates two experiences of longing to get close to nature. So firstly, I will ask them to pick out the time of the experience and then we will study her feelings in the process. Of cause, we will learn some new word here, such as on purpose, at dusk and so on.

  After the while-reading, comes the post-reading step. It will cost 12 minutes. In this step, I will firstly ask Ss if they have to go into hiding like Anne and her family, what they would like to say to their friends. Ss will talk in groups of four and share their ideas with each other. During the discussion, the Ss will be stimulated and also know the importance of friendship. It servers to make the Ss be prepared for the next activity---writing. After the discussion, the Ss shall write a letter to their friends individually. As they have talked about what they want to say to their friends, the difficulty of the writing is lowered because they have something to say. Ss are expected to write just a draft, for the time is limited.

  Lastly, I will give Ss the homework. It will only cost one minute. Ss should not only review the new words and expressions of the text, but also polish their letter after class.

  That’s all for the teaching procedure. And here is my blackboard note. On the right side, there are the words and expressions. In the middle, there are some points of the comprehension of the text.

  That all for my lesson plan presentation thanks for your attention.

  Blackboard notes:

  Unit 1. Anne’s Best Friend

  Before: paid no attention to it

  reasons

  While: go crazy about it

  German

  Netherland

  Go through

  Set down

  A series of

  高中英语全英文说课稿 篇6

  Good morning, ladies and gentleman. Today, I feel honored to have the chance to share my ideas about how to teach reading.

  In the reading process, I will focus on students’ long-term development and enable them to use proper reading skills and strategies. In other words, students are guided to read efficiently and independently.

  My teaching plan will include 3 sections. They’re analysis of the reading material, identifying the teaching aims and teaching procedures.

  Section 1 Analysis of the teaching material

  The selected teaching material is a magazine article taken from the Project section of Module 11, Unit 2 of Advance with English. The article is about British students who take a gap year, which is intended to develop the theme of the unit, that is, Getting a job. After analyzing it carefully, I find the article has two unique characteristics. First, it’s a long passage with 688 words, much more than the usual texts. Second, it deals with a new topic, that is, a gap year. The topic is unfamiliar to most students.

  Section 2 Indentifying the teaching aims

  Based on the analysis of the teaching material, I have chosen the following as the teaching aims of my lesson:

  The 1st aim: Students learn the skills and strategies to read a prolonged text.

  The 2nd aim: Students get a better understanding of what a gap year is.

  The 3rd aim: Students are encouraged to figure out the implied meaning.

  The 4th aim: Students are familiar with various expression_r_r_r_r_rs or approaches to express the same thing or idea.

  Section 3 Teaching procedures

  In order to achieve the teaching aims mentioned above, I decide to choose guided reading and Task-Based Teaching as the main teaching approach. With the teaching methods, I can guide students to use effective reading strategies to comprehend the text, solve problems and complete different tasks. The teaching procedures include four parts. They’re getting ready, focusing on main facts, reading between the lines and responding the text.

  Part 1. Getting ready

  Reading begins before a book is opened. It’s important to activate students’ existing background knowledge and draw their attention to the topic of the text. In this part, I will use the pre-reading activities to increase students’ concentration, arouse their curiosities, fire their imagination and give them a purpose for reading. The part consists of two tasks:

  Task 1: A time machine. I start my lesson by asking senior 3 students what the date is. Then, I go on to show a picture of a time machine. I tell students that the machine with a magic power will bring them to their graduation from high school, which is 1 year away. At that point, I get them to imagine where they are and what they are doing.

  After it, I give a summary of their presentations as follows: After leaving high school, most of Chinese students go straight to university.Yes, at this time next year, most of you will be studying in a university.

  (With the task, I inspire students’ former knowledge and imagination about graduating from high school and going to college, which can draw their attention to the theme of the reading material and get them ready for the following reading.)

  Task 2: Brainstorming. After the summary, I go on to show some more pictures of British students fresh from high schools, and tell students that more and more students in the UK are doing something different instead of going straight to university. After that, I play the tape of Para.1 and get students to catch the answer to the question: They will travel or work on projects for up to a year before entering university.

  (With the task, I excite students’ desire to know more about what their British equivalents will do before going to college. With the question in mind, students will definitely be eager to listen to the tape to find the answer. )

  Part 2. Focusing on main facts

  During the part, I will ask the students to answer the question—What does the author say? Students are supposed to get a main idea of the text and understand the basic meaning of the text. Questions of this kind are not very difficult and they can be answered directly from the text. The part includes six tasks:

  Task 1: Three examples. I move on to tell students as follows: Last year, Carol Smith, Daniel and Martin Johnson, 3 students from the UK, went to some remote places and did something special. After the instructions, I play the tape of Paragraphs 4-6 and get students to complete the following table.

  Who

  Where

  Activities

  Carol

  Daniel

  Martin

  (With the task, I get students to listen to the three paragraphs instead of reading them, thus reducing the amount of reading time and reliving their psychological burden, otherwise students would be discouraged by such a long article.)

  Task 2: Matching. After listening, I get students to open books and scan the three paragraphs to check the answers to the previous table. Then they’re required to complete another table with a second reading.

  Whom do the results belong to?

  Carol________ Daniel________

  Martin_______

  A. felt being part of another culture.

  B. become more independent.

  C. found it challenging and rewarding.

  D. felt that it was a special experience.

  E. ready to face challenges in the future.

  F. learnt how to deal with difficult situations.

  G. felt like she really made a difference.

  H. learnt a lot about getting on with local people.

  (With the task, students learn to use a table to gather the main facts about the three British students. They’ll come to know that a table is of great help in their future reading.)

  Task 3: Scanning for a detail. I get students to scan the rest paragraphs and find the answer to the question: What do people call the year off between finishing school and starting university? In doing so, I introduce the theme of the article and write on the blackboard the title: Mind the gap year.

  (With the task, students are expected to grasp the theme of the article. The task serves as a bridge,which connects the main facts in Paragraphs 4-6 to the opinions about the gap year in the rest paragraphs.)

  Task 4: Definition of the gap year. Students watch a VCR with a question in mind: What three types of activities do the UK students choose to do during a gap year? The key is: Many students use that time to travel, learn new skills or become a charity volunteer.

  VCR 1:A gap is space between two things or a break in the passing of time. However, a gap year is the time for students between high school and college, or college or graduate school. Many students use that time to travel, learn new skills or become a charity volunteer. Today, taking a gap year is growing trend among international students.

  (The task serves as a supplementary to the second task of Part 1. With the task, students are expected to know more about the gap year.)

  Task 5: History of the gap year. I play a second VCR and get students to answer the question: When did the gap year start in the UK?

  VCR 2:The gap year started in the UK in the 1960s. Large number of students used that time to travel. Over time, students did more than just travel. Some students worked part-time in their future career field so that they could get the job training. Others did volunteer work, like teaching in Africa or helping to protect the habitats in India.

  (The task enables students to have a good knowledge of the history of the gap year.)

  以上就是“高中英语全英文说课稿”的论述。

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