Unit 13 Healthy eating
Teaching Aims and Demands
Four Skills: stomach fever ought ought to examine plenty plenty of diet keep up with make a right choice short of fit gain now and then
Three Skills: energy soft bar fuel chemical balance tasty boil mixture
In the clinic / seeing a doctor:
What’s wrong with you?/What’s the matter with you?
Lie down and let me examine you.
Let me have a look.
Where does it hurt?
Drink plenty of water and get some rest.
I’ve got a pain here. This place hurts.
There’s something wrong with back/my knee/my arm.
I don’t feel well.
Use of Language:
1. Master the function use of language as defined above.
2. Help the students to finish the tasks of listening, reading, writing, speaking presented in the book and the exercise book through using what the students have learned.
Learn the text about healthy eating. Get the students know about the basic knowledge of how to eat healthily.
1. Talk about different kinds of food that one favorites.
2. learn the basic knowledge of healthy eating.
3. learn how to say in the clinic.
4. Grasp the language points and grammar in the text.
Difficult points: The use of modal verbs --- had better, should and ought to.
Teaching aids: computer or slider-projector
Way of Teaching: Communication way of teaching, discussion and group work.
First show the students some pictures of dishes and so to introduce the topic of this unit.
And then show the pictures on their text books and let them to decide what is junk food and what is not.
Here the students may have a short ask and answer in pairs to themselves more engaged in the topic.
Step 2 Listening
Let the students listen to the tape and be prepared to answer the questions below.
Step 3 Speaking
Show the students the three situations as on P2. Then ask the students to prepared a dialogue according to the examples in pairs. Ask several pairs of students to present their dialogue
After that list the useful expressions in their dialogue.
Step 4 Homework
Prepare for the next class.
Collect some menus if possible for the next class.
Step 1 Introduction
Using the questions on P3 to introduce the new text.
Step 2 Fast-reading