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新课标展示课--我在浩瀚的宇宙中

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新课标展示课--我在浩瀚的宇宙中

枫叶英语四级

教学目标:根据上下文,猜出词义;运用快速浏览的阅读技巧,找到相关细节的答案;文化意识是了解地球在太阳系中的地位

你知道水星、金星、木星这些星球的英文表达吗?每个星球的特点是什么呢?哪个星球的主要成分是气体?地球是唯一适合人类居住的星球吗?这些问题都能在这节课中找到答案。

本节课与枫叶英语新课标紧密结合,以任务式教学法为依托,给学生们设计了环环相扣的任务;学生对宇宙已有的知识,和有趣的教学活动设计激发了学生的学习兴趣。

一首节奏欢快、动感十足的《太空之旅》,既让学生迅速的复习了太阳系的八大行星,又把学生带到了浩瀚的宇宙中。

 接下来是词汇大爆炸环节。Elbie老师把阅读中较难的英文单词,用形象的图片呈现出来,帮助孩子们理解阅读素材。当PPT右上角出现哪个学生的名字,那么TA就要读出这一页的内容了。细小的改变却让孩子们很期待,下一页将是谁来读呢?

通过阅读,学生们对八大行星有一定的了解。接下来,Elbie老师给每个组一个魔法信封,信封内有八大行星的图片,学生们要把行星有序地粘贴在太阳系的不同轨道上,限时两分钟。只见学生们七嘴八舌,“这个行星应该离太阳最远,这个行星的体积最大,这个行星离太阳最近......”。经过激烈讨论,每组的成员都一一展示他们的太阳系。


太阳系的每个行星都有不同的特点,Elbie老师发给学生八个行星的相关阅读材料,同学们需在组内将阅读内容和行星名称进行匹配。通过定位和快速浏览,他们一下子就能找到答案,并完成填空。 

太空之旅让孩子们在快乐中体验英语学习,在任务驱动下强化意识,提高认知。知识目标,语言目标,能力目标以及跨文化交际目标交相辉映。

以下是Elbie老师的课堂设计,以飨广大教学爱好者!

Topic:  Me and my place in space

Level:  4

Teacher:  Elbie

   Maple Leaf Schools are implementing a new Curriculum Standard (CS) way of teaching and learning. The CS includes Language Competency (LC), Academic competency (AC), Strategic Competency (SC) and culture awareness. In the preparation of my lesson on Me and my place in space I focused on a task-based lesson that forms part of the outlay of the CS content. I also included culture awareness by explaining to the students that Earth is the only planet in our solar system where living things grow and that all nations live together on Earth.  Students from all over the world learn about the solar system. 

   The lesson started by firstly using the song called Space Song Rocket Ride. The song is about our solar system in the galaxy and the eight planets. It created the right atmosphere for the story that we were going to read. Songs is an important part of teaching and learning. It is fun for the students to sing and it helps to broaden their vocabulary and improve pronunciation of words.

   The second part of the lesson was introducing the new vocabulary on a PPT.  The students read the words and the meaning of each word.  I included pictures for each word to ensure that they understood the meaning of each word.

   The third part of the lesson was reading the story from the PPT.  The whole class read some of the pages while the teacher and individual students read the other pages.  Variation makes it more interesting and fun.  I made sure that students pronounced the words correctly and I asked questions while reading the story.  

   The fourth part of the lesson was playing a game.  I made copies of the eight planets.  The class was divided into six groups.  Each group received the eight planets in an envelope.  They got a big black cardboard strip with the sun and the rings drawn on it.  The had two minutes to put the planets in the correct order from the sun.  They had lots of fun doing this activity.

   The fourth part of the lesson:  Each group received the story - the part about the eight planets - cut up into strips. They had to fill in the blanks with the missing words and place the strip under the correct planet.  Each student received a copy of the story.  This way they had to scan for the answers and fill in the missing words.  There were eight strips - 5 students in a group - so I wrote the names of each student at the back of the strips.  I wanted to avoid confusion.  The first ones to finish in the group could take another strip until all eight strips were completed and put under the planets.  Students liked the activity and were successful in completing the activity.  We checked the answers by asking individual students from the different groups to read the strips they stuck under each planet.

  The final activity was doing a worksheet. The students had to read the information about each planet, cut it out and stick it next to the correct planet.  They didn’t finish in class and had to complete it for homework.