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.
Can I borrow your book, please?
May I open the window?
Could I use your pen, please?
Yes, of course.
StepⅡListening to the dialogue
1.Ask the Ss to close their books and say to them “Today we are going to learn a short dialogue. It talks about that Wang Bing wants to do “two things”. Listen to the tape carefully. You can guess what they are.
2.After that, the teacher collects the answer to the question—Smoke and use the phone. Then teacher may further ask the following questions.
T: Can he smoke in the office?
Ss: No, he can’t.
T: Why not?
Ss: Because it’s not allowed.
T: Can he use the phone?
3. While checking the answer with the whole class, the teacher deals with the following. Show them on the screen.
(1)Do you mind if I smoke in the office?
=Would you mind if I smoked in the office?
=Do you mind (me/my) smoking in the office?
=Would you mind my smoking in the office?
Pay attention to their answers.
(3)go ahead, smoke a cigarette, fetch a tape from…
1. Deal with Part 2. Teacher walks up to a student and say to him/her.
T: You want to borrow my pen. Use “Do you mind.” How to ask?
S: Do you mind if I borrow your pen?
T: No. Go ahead.
(Teacher walks up to another student and say to him/her.)
T: You want to use my dictionary. Use “Would you mind.” How to ask?
S: Would you mind if I used your dictionary?
T: No. Go ahead./I’m sorry, but I’m using it.
(Then teacher asks the Ss to work in pairs, asking for permissions. After a while, teacher asks them to exchange their roles.)
2.Deal with Part 3. First teacher demonstrates the short dialogue with a good student. Then ask the Ss to
practise in pairs and get them to have similar dialogues.
Step Ⅳ. Workbook
Deal with the exercises on Wb Page 70. As to No. 1 and No. 3, ask the Ss practise in pairs. As to No. 2, let the Ss do it by themselves, then do it to the whole class.
Practise the dialogue and try to learn it by heart.
The Design of the Writing on the Blackboard