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Teaching Plan of Module2 Unit 2 The Olympic Games


Teaching Plan of Module2 Unit 2 The Olympic Games Changyang No.1 Middle School Li Xueqiao
Period One Warming up and Reading I.The General Idea of This Period: This period includes Warming up,Reading and Comprehending of Unit 2.It introduces the similarities and differences between ancient and modern Olympic Games in theform of a interesting interview between Pausanias, a Greek writer 2000 years ago and Li Yan, a Chinese girl living at the present time.Reading the passage,the students can learn some reading strategies such as skimming and comparing. II.Teaching Aims: 1.Enable the students to compare the ancient Olympics with the modern ones. 2.To arouse students’ interest in learning about the history of the Olympics. 3.To improve students’ reading skills:skimming and scanning. 4.Let students learn the spirit of Olympics. 5.Train the students’ ability to cooperate with others. III.Teaching Important Points: Help students to compare the ancient Olympics with the modern ones and have a clear idea of their similarities and differences. IV.Teaching Difficult Points: 1.How to find the implied similarities and differences by understanding the speaker ’s words and intonation. 2.To master the important language points and sentence patterns in this passage. V.Teaching Methods: 1.Skimming to get the general idea of the text. 2.Scanning to get detailed information and get to understand the passage better. 3.Task-based methods to get the students to comprehend the passage. VI.Teaching Aids:A multimedia. VII.Teaching Procedures: Step 1. Lead-in 1.Greet the students. T:Good morning,boys and girls! Ss:Good morning/afternoon,Miss Lee. 2. Present a short video about the sports meeting held in our school this year. Ask students two questions to introduce the topic of this unit. Q1. What is this short video about? Q2. What is the biggest sports meeting in the world?

3.Show some pictures about the sports events in the Olympic Games. In this way, students will learn the basic events of the Olympic Games. T: It seems that you know much about the Olympics, now let’s check how many sports events you know. diving(跳水);basketball; football; gymnastics; badminton; hurdle race(跨栏); archery(射箭);weightlifting; table tennis; skiing; ice skating; tennis 4.Hold a class competition to enable students to know more information about the Olympics. T: All of you have done a good job. Are you ready to have group competition and try your best to win glory for teams. One volunteer of each group chooses a picture which followed one or two questions. 1.What do the five rings stand for ? The five rings stand for the friendship of five continents. 2. Where did the ancient Olympic Games start? Olympia, Ancient Greece 3. When did the ancient Olympic Games start? A. 1896 B. 1906 C. 776 BC What was rewarded to the winners in ancient Olympic Games? A. Metals B. Medals C. Olive wreath 4. When and where did the modern Olympic Games start? 1896,in Athens 5. How many countries competed in the ancient Olympic Games? Only one country Who could not take part in the ancient Olympic Games? Women and slaves 6. Who was China’s first gold medal winner and for what event? Xu Haifeng Shooting 7. What are the three words that show the spirit of the Olympic Games ? Swifter, Higher and Stronger 8. When and where will the next Summer Olympic Games be held ? 2016, Rio de Janeiro , Brazil's second largest city.

9.What can you learn from this picture? Beijing's successful bid for the 2022 Winter Olympic Games.

Step II Reading T: Now, we have learned some history about the Olympics. Do yo want to know more information? Let’s read the interview ion the textbooks and then you will gain more things. Before reading, I want make a brief introduction about two persons.

Interviewer: Pausanias, a Greek writer about 2000 years ago, who used to write about the Olympic Games. Interviewee: Li Yan, a volunteer for the 2008 Olympic Games. Task 1: Skimming Get the students to skim the passage and find the answers to the following question T: Now read the interview and try to find out the answers to the following questions.You will have four minutes. (After four minutes.)T:Now time is up.Who can choose the right answers? What did they talk about? (tick if they are included.) 1.the ancient Olympic Games 2.the modern Olympic Games 3.good & bad effects of the OG 4.the similarities between them 5.the differences between them Conclusion: This interview is mainly about the similarities and differences between the ancient and the modern Olympics. Task 2 Scanning Scan the passage and find the differences and similarities between the ancient Olympic games and the modern Olympic games. T: The first two groups try to find out the differences, and the other two groups figure out the similarities. Ancient Olympics Types Events Athletes Places Prize only one set fewer no women or slaves could take part Greece an olive wreath Modern Olympics two main sets of Games more than 250 events anyone can take part if they reach the standard every country is possible medals

Similarities:1.having running races 2.held every four years 3. no prize money for winners 4. seen as most important competition 5. the same motto: Swifter, Higher and Stronger Conclusion: We can see that if we want to analyze the similarities or the differences,we should not only read the words but also should pay attention to the tones and intonation of the speakers. Task 3 careful reading Read the passage carefully and answer the following questions. You can discuss with your partners. 1) What amazes Pausanias about the Olympic Games? Pausanias is amazed that many countries take part in the Olympic Games and women too and there are two sets of Games – the Winter and the Summer Olympics. 2) Why does he think Athens and Beijing should feel proud? Because Li Yan has explained that it is a great honour to host the Olympic Games.

3) What changes of the modern Olympic Games might make Pausanias happy? The modern Olympic Games have more events. Every country wants to host it. It shows that the Games are popular with the whole world. It is just a competition not for money. Task 4 Summary So far we have talked a lot about Olympics in Lily and Pausanias’ time.Now I would like you to work in pairs and finish the grammatical filling exercise. The Olympic Games are the_______ (big) sports meeting in the world, ______ include two kinds, the summer and the winter Olympics. Both of them _________ (hold) every four years. All countries can take part ____their athletes reached the agreed standard to the games. Women are not only allowed to _______(join) but play a very important role. A special village is built for the___________ (compete) to live in, a stadium for competitions, a large swimming pool, a gymnasium as well as seats for _____ who watch the games. It’s ___ great honor to host the Olympic Games. The Olive wreath has been ________(place) by medals. But it’ s still about being able to run ______(swift), jump higher and throw further. Task 5 Discussion After reading the interview carefully, students have got the total understanding of the reading text.Then teacher draws students’ attention back to the text and put forward a topic for them to discuss.

T: I would like you to work in groups of four and discuss the following question. Three minutes later, I want some of yo to air your view freely. why do so many countries want tohost the Olympic Games while other do not? Reasons to host :a great honour, great responsibility, tourism, new investment, new sports facilities, new sports facilities Reason not to host :too expensive, much planning, accidents/attacks, pressure+stress, many stadiums, accommodation Step III Conclusion
Time is running out.Today we learned about the ancient and modern Olympics.Through the comparison between the ancient and modern Olympics,we have learned the differences and the similarities between them.Now we can have a deeper understanding of the Games.From the passage,we can also know that the Olympics are developing and improving.It’s our duty to make the Olympic Games better and healthier. So much for today.Here is the homework for you to do Step IV Assignment


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