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高中英语必修五:module 4 introduction


Teaching aims: 1. To revise Chinese and western festivals. 2. To develop the students rea ding ability. 3. To understand what is about Carnival. Important and difficult p oints: 1 Get the students to understand the history of carnival. 2 Get the student s to describe the festivals in groups. Teaching procedures: Step 1. Revision. Read the new words of this passage. Step 2. Introduction 1. We have learned many festivals both Chinese and the Western. What f estivals do you know? Divide the class into 2 groups. One group is for Chinese Festivals, the ot her group is for Western festivals. Make a list of them on the blackboard.. 2. Turn to Page 31—Match the festivals with the description. Step 3. Lea d-in Today we will learn another festival ---- Carnival. It originates from Euro pe, and during these days, people often love wearing special clothes and masks for it. Step 4. Fast-reading Match the main idea with every paragraph. Paragraph 1 A meaning of carnival and how it was celebrated Paragraph 2 B the law about wearing masks Paragraph 3 C general impression of carniva l Paragraph 4 D how it is celebrate today in Venice and the feature of it P aragraph 5 E carnival in Venice and the problem it caused Paragraph 6 F the revival of the tradition of celebrating it. (Answers: 1—6 CAEBFD) Step 5. Fur ther-reading

Read the passage and answer the questions. 1. Where does Carnival come from? What does it mean? 2. When was it celebrated? 3. Where was the most famous Carnival in Europe? 4. How long did the first Carnival in Venice last? What about now? 5. D id the government of Venice encourage the wearing of masks? 6. Who started the Carnival again, tourists or students? (Answers: 1. ―Carnival‖ comes from two Latin words, meaning ―no mor e meat‖. 2. It began just after Christmas. 3. The most famous carnival in Euro pe was in Venice. 4. At the beginning, it lasted for just one day. 5. No. 6. T he students started the Carnival. ) Step 6. Vocabulary Activity 1: Read through the words in the box and have the students repe at them individually. Ask the students to complete the task individually, then c heck with a partner. Check the answers together: (Answers: 1. confusion 2. excitement 3. mask 4. mystery 5. magic 6. cost ume 7. crowd 8. tradition 9. atmosphere) Activity 2: Choose the correct meanings of the words and phrases. Check the answers one by one. (Answers: 1—4 babb 5—8 abbb) Step 7. Discussion Discuss in groups of four. 1. What is the feature of carnival in Venice? 2. Which is your favourite f estival? Step 8. Homework 1. Workbook—on Page 87. Read the passage and match the headings with the text. 2. Write a short passage about your favorite festival. Period Two Teaching aims:

1. To listen to the description about western customs. 2. To express likes, dislikes and preferences: (1) I love doing…; (2) I don’t like…; I hate…; I dislike…; I don’t care much for (3) I prefe r…to…; I prefer doing … (4) I’d rather…than… (5) I an interested in… 3. T o learn several phrases. Difficult and important points: 1. Get the students to express likes and dislikes 2. Learn to use the phrases: give up; go wild ;more or less; high spot; fu nnily enough; in your blood; wash down; walk off Teaching procedures: Step 1. Revision Check the homework.— Ask several students to read the short passage wi th the name of My Favorite Festival. Step 2. Vocabulary 1. Read the words about food. 2. Now say which things you eat at a festival. 3. Practice. Activity 2: Find these things in the box in Activity 1. (1) Two type of m eat ( ) (2) a food that consists of a tube of skin containing meat mixed with her bs. ( ) (3) five vegetables ( ) (4) two ingredients for making a cake ( ) (Answers: (1) pork and chicken (2) sausages (3) beans, cabbages, garlic, o nion, peas (4) flour, eggs) Step 3. Listening Before listening—Look at the photos in Activity 4 and tell them every pic ture meaning a special festival.. While listening—Listen to the tape twice and match the names of the fest ivals with the photos. After Listening: Complete the table

Step 4. Everyday English 1. Read the sentences and choose the correct meaning of the words and p hrases. 2. Check the answers one by one. (1)-b (2) a (3) b (4)a (5) b (6) a (7)a (8)b 3. Explain the words and phrases. (1)give up sth. =don’t have it any more (2) go/wild with joy 欣喜若狂 (3) more or less =approximately (opposite)exactly. Eg: That is approximate ly correct. (4) high spot= the best part (5) be/run in sb.`s blood = be /run in the blood. 生来就有的(因遗传或环 境影响) eg; Most of my family are teachers, it runs in the blood. (6) wash d own a meal = have a drink walk off a meal = help the food go down by walking. Step 5. Function 1. Match the sentences with the speakers. Say what they are speaking abo ut. (1)Caitlin: King Cake (2)Maria: Feijoada (3) Stefan: saugages (4) Cameron: traditional Jamaican food –chicken with rice and peas. 2. Nu mber the phrases from the most negative to the most positive (1) Ask the stud ents to do this individually. (2) Call the answers back from the whole class, one at a time, from 1--6 (3) Write down them on the blackboard: 3. Work in pairs. Discuss your preferences for food to eat at festival. Use the phrases in Activity2. (1) Read the example with the class. (2) Pair the students to discuss their preferences. (3) Circulate and monitor their production. Step 6. Homework Finish off the workbook. Period Three

Teaching aims: 1. To learn more about carnival. 2. To teach them how to write an e-mai l. 3. To develop the students’ reading skills. Difficult and important points: 1. Get the students to learn to write an e-mail. 2. Get the students to understand some important sentences. Teaching proc edures: Step 1. Revision Read the words and have a dictation. Step 2. Lead-in What do you remember about carnival? Where did it start first? Step 3. F ast-reading: Read and underline the topic sentences ( use your own words ) about eve ry paragraph. Paragraph1: We can understand what carnival is all about by rea ding the history of America and the meeting of two cultures. Paragraph2: The slave trade brought millions of black people to the new world. Paragraph3: The slaves were forced to watch their European masters to ce lebrate carnival and then they began to hold carnival with their own features. Paragraph4: Carnival became a celebration of freedom. Paragraph5: As time went on, carnival became a way of uniting different communities and now it has become a celebration of life itself. Step 4. Further reading

1. What did marked the beginning of the slave trade? 2. How were millio ns of people taken to work as slaves? 3. How did the slaves begin to hold their own carnival in Trinidad? 4. W hen was the slave trade abolished? 5. How was carnival changed when the slave trade was abolished? 6. Wh en did carnival become a way to unite different communities? (Answers: 1 That the arrival of European in America, and the opening of huge farms and plantations to grow cotton, fruit and vegetables, meant there was an immediate need to people to work on them marked the beginning of t he slave trades. 2 Millions of people were taken by force from their homes in America and transported to the New World to work as slaves? 3. They paint ed their faces white, imitating their masters and making fun of them. 4. The s lave trade was abolished in 1838. 5. It became more colourful and more exciti ng than it had been before. 6. As people forgot their everyday problems and e njoyed themselves eating, drinking, and dancing.) Step 5. Several phrases (1) by force (2) be forced to do (3)make fun of sb. (4) bring good luck (5) take over (6) take part in (7) become a celebration of freedom (8) with th e time passing Step 6. Discussion 1. What is the meaning of carnival? 2. Which Chinese festival is most like carnival? Step 7. Reading and writi ng Activity1. Read the email and number the things in the order you read th em 1. Read through the things with the whole class and make sure that they understand them all. 2. Ask them to read the email and order the things indivi

dually, then check with a partner. 3. Call back the answers from the whole cl ass, in order.


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