Do some listening.
Review language points in this unit
Train the Ss’ ability of writing.
Teaching Difficult Points
1. Listening-and-answer activity to help the students to go through with the listening material.
2. Individual work to make every student work in class.
1 .a tape recorder
2. a projector
3. the blackboard
Step Ⅰ Greeting
Greet the whole class as usual.
Step Ⅱ Revision and Test
Check the homework exercises.
Let the Ss close their books. Have a dictation. Dictate the first paragraph of Lesson 7. Part 1.
Step Ⅲ Preparation for listening and listening
Say the following to the Ss. Collect the answers from the class.
“In this unit we learn something about smoking. Now I want to know what you learn about smoking from this unit. Who can tell us sth. about smoking first…
Play the tape and deal with the listening materials and do the exercises on Page 132.
Step Ⅳ Word Study and checkpoint
Deal with Part 2. Go through the words in the box and make sure the Ss know what they are going to do. First get the Ss to do it individually. Then check the answers with the whole class.
share 2.habit 3.remains 4.chances 5.permission 6.persuaded 7.compare
2.Deal with Checkpoint 2. First go through Checkpoint 2. Then show the following on the screen and let
the Ss do it. Write them on the blackboard.
get into the habit of calls for go ahead are used to burnt…down compared to gave up
Step Ⅴ Writing
Deal with Part 3. Teacher goes round the class and helps the Ss with language points as necessary.
Step Ⅵ Workbook and Unit 2 Revision
First deal with the exercises on Page 73. If time permits, then deal with Unit 2 Revision on Page 74.
1.Finish off the exercises left in this unit.
2.Review the language points in this unit.
Record After Teaching
The Design of the Writing On the Blackboard
學生分組辨論， 一方為smokers, 一方為non-smokers, 談談對吸煙的不同看法。其他人做出評價，引導學生寫出主要論點，得出結論。
2.Think about the following questions before you try to stop smoking. You may want to talk about your answers with your health care provider.
1). Why do you want to quit?
2). When you tried to quit in the past, what helped and what didn't?
3). What will be the most difficult situations for you after you quit? How will you plan to handle them?
4). Who can help you through the tough times? Your family? Friends? Health care provider?
5). What pleasures do you get from smoking? What ways can you still get pleasure if you quit?
3.Smoking is a custom loathsome to the eye, hateful to the nose, harmful to the brain, and dangerous to the lungs. What's your opinion.? Think about some people around you. Please explain or summarize some harm to them from medical science.