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导读:牡丹江师范学院教案教研室:教师姓名: 韩雪授课时间:课程名称Intensive Reading 授课专业和班级授课内容 教学目的教学重点 教学难点Unit6 Groundless Beliefs授课学时2Aim for knowledge: 1.a brief introduct

新苏教版牛津译林版三年级英语三下unit4第一课时 公开课教案
新苏教版牛津译林版三年级英语三下unit4第一课时 公开课教案

牡丹江师范学院教案教研室:教师姓名: 韩雪授课时间:课程名称Intensive Reading 授课专业和班级授课内容 教学目的教学重点 教学难点Unit6 Groundless Beliefs授课学时2Aim for knowledge: 1.a brief introduction of the text Aim for ability: the sadness of saying goodbye Aim of quality:1. Stimulate the students’ interest in English learning2. Help to form a correct attitude to Saying goodbye Understand the theme of the text and be able to say something about the message of the textStructural Analysis教具和媒体使用 charts教学方法教 学 过 程板 书 设 计1.teaching2.explaining3.discussing包括复习旧课、引入新课、重点难点讲授、作业和习题布 时 间 分 配置、问题讨论、归纳总结及课后辅导等内容(100 分钟)Introduction of the new course5Test Model for Intensive Reading5Pre-class activity5Introduction of the new lesson15Pre-reading questionsThe background informationThe understanding of the text50Analysis of the new chapterStep-by-step procedures1. explanation of the new words, phrases andexpressions2. explanation of the text first ask the students to go through the textEncourage and lead the students to find the themeExplain the text in details, one paragraph after another 15Review and excises5AssignmentUnit 6 Groundless BeliefsPre-reading questionsnew wordsWhat is this narrative text concerned withconfrontThe background informationanguishStructural Analysis讲授新拓展内容 课后总结 教研室主任签字年月日

讲稿授课内容备注Pre-class activityDaily Report - a daily report by a student - some questions according to the reportIntroduction of the new lessonThe text is the groundless belifes and the authtor tries to analyze the sources of the groundless beliefs.The article is meant to serve as a suggestive example of a curious, inquiring mind at work. It encourages us to find out how we came by our beliefs and manage to be bold enough to test our beliefs.The following warm-up questions could be asked:1.what is groundless beliefs? 2.Why do we have groundless beliefs according to your understanding? 3.Whar are the five sources of groundless beliefs according to the text?The understanding of the textThe groundless beliefs commonly exist in you daily lief and nearly everyone holds groundless beliefs concerning certain issues. We should find out the groundless beliefs and their sources and try to eliminate them. We should form our own beliefs which are based on careful consideration and reasonable thinking.Structural AnalysisPart 1 (Para. 1) The first part (paragraphs 1), is about the author’s proposition of the general practice of thinking. And he proposes that the goundless beliefs can be easily found in our daily life.Part 2 (Paras. 2—21) The author’s analysis of five non-rational factors in the determination of people’s opinions. The five non-rational factors can also be called the five sources of groundless beliefs, which are result of early environment,

parroting, self-interest, sentimental associations and fashion.Step-by-step proceduresExplanation of the new words, phrases and expressions Paragraph 1 Paragraph 1 introduces the background and serves as the beginning of the story. Through this paragraph we get to know something about the author and his problem. The following questions could be asked:Q1 Why do we have groundless beliefs?Q2 What are the five sources of groundless beliefs?Language work1.allowance: an amount of money that is given to sb. regularly or for a particular purposee.g. an allowance of $100 a month make allowance(s) for 考虑到;估计到;体谅到 e.g. I am tired of making allowances for his lack of experiences.Making allowances for bad weather and for my own laziness, I think that the job will be finished before the end of the year.2.attribute: v. a.to relate to a particular cause or source; b.to regard as the work of a specified agent or creator:认为是…所为(所写/ 所做) e.g. David attributed his company's success to the unity of all the staff and their persevering hard work.a symphony attributed to Mozart attribute: n. a quality or feature of sb./sth. e.g. Organizing ability is essential attribute for a good manager.Lightning bolts are an attribute of Zeus.Never too Old to Learn is an idiom.'活到老学到 老'是句成语。

Never offer to teach fish to swim.(谚)不要班门弄 斧。

Never say die! 永不言败Never trouble trouble until trouble troubles you. 不要自找麻 烦,除非麻烦 来找你。

3.bungle: v. to do sth. badly or without skill; to fail at sth. n. sth. that is done badly and that causes problems e.g. He bungled the job. a bungled robbery c.f. blunder: v. to make a stupid or careless mistake n. a stupid or careless mistake4.conceive: to form an idea, a plan, etc. in your mind; to imagine sth.; to become pregnant withe.g. Ancient peoples conceived of the earth as flat. She is unable to conceive.

…, our fathers brought forth upon this continent a new Nation, conceived in Liberty, dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal. (Gettysburg Address, Lincoln)5.bear (a) grudge (against): have no resentment against e.g. I bear him no grudge.He has a grudge against the society v. to think that sb. does not deserve to have sth. syn: begrudge e.g. I grudge having to pay so much tax.He grudges the time he spends idling around. adj. grudging: given or done unwillingly syn: reluctant6.headhunting: n. the practice of obtaining and preserving the heads of one’ s enemies 猎头 headhunt: v. to find sb. who is suitable for a senior job and persuade them to leave their present job 猎头 e.g. He was headhunted by a world 500 company.7.improvident: a. not providing for the future; thriftless; incautious 不顾 将来的;不节俭的;鲁莽的 e.g. He was constantly being warned to mend his improvident ways and begin to "save for a rainy day."8.in the light of: after considering sth. 考虑到;鉴于 e.g. He rewrote the book in the light of further research. 他根据进一步的研究重写了那本书。

9.justify: to demonstrate or prove to be just, right, or valid 证明……正确;为……辩解/辩护;对……作出解释e.g. It’s hard to justify the gunman’s killing 32 people in Monday's shootings at Virginia Tech Uni.You don’t need to justify yourself to me. n. justification: a good reason for sth. 正当理由10.sentiment: feeling or opinion, esp. that based on emotions; feelings of pity, romantic love, sadness, etc. which may be too strong or not appropriate 情绪;伤感;哀伤 e.g. the spread of nationalist sentimentsAnti-American sentiment is running high in some countries There is no room for sentiment in business. sentimental: connected with emotions rather than reason; producing emotions such as pity, romantic love or sadness, which may be too strong or not appropriate 情感的;伤感的 e.g. The ring wasn’t worth very much but it had great sentimental value.11.legitimate: for which there is a fair and acceptable reason; allowed and acceptable according to the law e.g. legitimate consiceration/execuse/quesiton

Is his business strictly legitimate?12.originate from/in sth. originate from/with sb. : have sb/sth as a cause of beginning or as the creator or author of (sth) e.g. All theories originate from / in practice and in turn serve practice.The optic theory originated with Einstein. originate a new style of dancingReview and excises Discussion: how to get rid of the groundless beliefs according to the ananlysis of the five soures?Assignment-Read the whole passage for several times. -Look up in the dictionary to learn the new words in Unit 6. - Finish the exercises of lesson6Reference books:综合教程课文辅导. 马德高. 新华出版社;2004 年.英语国家社会与文化入门上、下册. 朱永涛. 高等教育出版社;2000 年.新编英语语法教程. 章振邦. 上海外语教育出版社;2000 年.现代大学英语. 杨立民. 外语教学与研究出版社;2000 年.综合教程(学生用书) 顾大僖上海外语出版社 2004 年版英国文学简史 刘炳善 河南人民出版社1993 年版

 
 

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