The Second Period
1. Learn and master the following words and phrases :
headline, editor, informed, relate, talented, swith, for once,
present, reflect, unique, spiritual, seldom, addict, be addicted to,
social, ignore, even if, draw attention to, on all sides, tolerate;
change one's mind, affair, current affairs
2. Train the students' reading ability.
Teaching Important Points:
1. Words and phrases:
more than, experienced, relate to, for once, be addicted to, even
if, draw attention to, on all sides, change one's mind
2. Understand the passage exactly.
Teaching Difficult Point:
How to help the students learn more about reporters and newspapers.
1. Fast reading to get a general idea of the text.
2. Careful reading to further understand the text.
3. Individual, pair or group work to make every student take an
active part in the activities in class.
1. a recorder 2. a projector 3. the blackboard
Step I Greetings
Greet the whole class as usual.
StepⅡ Revision and Lead-in
T: Yesterday, we talked a lot about news media. All the news media
can help us learn about the world around us. Can you tell me which
kind of news media do you think is more convenient and cheaper
for us to read?
T: Yes. I agree with you. Which kinds of newspapers do you often
Ss: The People's Daily, The Chinese Youth Daily, The Guangming
Daily, China Daily…
T: Tell me who write the new we read in these newspapers?
T: How is the news made and written?
Ss: We're not quite clear about that.
T: It doesn't matter. Today, we're going to read a passage about
reporters and newspapers. Two of China's many talented journalists
were asked to help us know about their work and how the news we read
is made and written. First, let's learn the new words in this