Learn and answer the following.
die of/from, catch fire, be on fire, burn down, set…on fire, compare to/with, reduce/increase by
Sb. spends time/money doing sth.
persuade sb. to do sth.
encourage sb. to do sth.
2.Improve the students’ ability of reading comprehension.
Teaching Difficult Points
How to understand some sentences better.
Question-and-answer activity to help the students to go through with the learning passages.
Pair work or group work to make every student work in class.
Fast reading to find out the detailed information about the text.
1.a tape recorder
Greet the whole class as usual.
Step Ⅱ. Revision
Ask some students to act out the dialogue in Lesson 5. If necessary, give the Ss more drilling in the asking for permission.
Step Ⅲ. Preparation for reading
1.Show a No smoking sign and some questions on the screen. Let the Ss to answer.
What does this mean?
Where can you find this sign?
Why is smoking not allowed?
2.Talk about the picture with the whole class in the usual way.
T: Open your books, please. Turn to Page 8. Look at the picture at the top. What can you see in the picture?
Ss : Mother, her child and a cigarette.
T: What does the picture mean?
Ss: It means that smoking is bad for the health of your family.
T: Right. Translate the Chinese into English, please.
Ss: For the health of your family…
3.Show the new words in this lesson on the screen, and then give the Ss brief introduction(Here omitted).
4.Ask the Ss to read the text as quickly as possible and try to answer the questions at the top of the page.
Both sentences are true.
Step Ⅳ Reading
1.Let the Ss read the text again, then answer some detailed questions in the text.
2.Show the questionnaire on the screen, ask them to read and discuss in pairs or groups to complete the task.
Learn and master the following.
(1)Do you mind/Would you mind if…
(2)I wonder if…
(3) phrases: go ahead, smoke a cigarette, fetch a tape from…
Train and improve the Ss’ ability of listening
Teaching Difficult Points
Learn to master how to ask permission, how to give permission and how to refuse permission.
1. Question-and-answer activity to help to go through with the dialogue.
2. Pair work or group work to make every student work in class.
1. a tape record 2. a projector
3. the blackboard
1. Show the new words in the dialogue on the screen and then give the students brief introduction in
Ask individual Ss the following questions, then help them to answer.
3.Check the answer with the whole class. And deal with the following, show them on the screen.
The engineer died from overwork.
Millions of smokers die from smoking.
He died of hunger/grief.
The theatre caught fire last night.
Look, the theatre is on fire.
He is the very person that set the theatre on fire.
The angry people burnt the house down.
Production costs have been reduced by one third.
The price has been increased by five cents.
(5)Car production rose 25%, compared to the first three months of this year.
Compared to many women, she was indeed very fortunate.
(6)The children spent the whole afternoon doing their homework.
(7)I persuaded him to try again.
(8)The teacher encourages us to talk to her in English.
Step Ⅴ. Writing and listening
1.Play the tape and let the students listen to the text.
2.Deal with Part 2 on Page 9. Tell the Ss the following.
T: This exercise contains a reading passage with some words missing. The first letter of each missing word is
given. Please put in the missing words according to the context. First you do it alone, then I’ll check the answer with the whole class.
Suggested Answers:(Here omitted.)
Step Ⅵ Practice
First let the Ss read the example and know what they should do.
Then do the first two or three sentences orally with the whole class.
Finally let the Ss work alone or in pairs. After a while, teacher checks the answers with the whole class.
And tell the Ss to pay attention to the following condition.
When the noun is the object of the Attributive Clause, we can omit “which/that/who, etc.”
Suggested Answers (Here omitted.)
Step Ⅶ Discussion and Summing-up
Deal with Part 4. Let the Ss do it in pairs. Then help the students to sum up what they have learned in this lesson.
Read the text again and master some useful expressions.
Do the exercises 2-4 on Page 71 in the workbook.
Record After Teaching
The Design of The Writing On the Blackboard