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    分类:大学教案 时间:2017-05-02 本文已影响

    篇一:全新版大学英语第一册Unit1教案

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    教 案

    授课教师(职称、学位): 杨 璟 讲师主讲教师(职称、学位): 系部、教研 室: 外语系课 程 名 称: 大 学 英 语 课 程 类 别: 必 修授 课 学 期:2013-2014学年第一学期 授 课 班 级:中草药栽培与鉴定 总 学 时: 64教 材 版 本: 《全新版大学英语综合教程》

    Before Reading

    English Song — Beautiful BoyA Brief Introduction to John Lennon

    John Lennon (1940~1980) was an English rock musician and cofounder of The Beatles, the most lauded and influential rock group of all time.

    Spaghetti—the Italian-style thin noodle, cooked by boiling and served with sauce. Unlike some Chinese noodles, it is not served in soup and will never taste pulpy (软乎乎、没有嚼劲的).

    Read the words given below and then listen to the passage. After listening to the passage, one student is required to come up and show the right way of eating spaghetti before the class.

    poke 戳 scoop 挖 prong 尖头 remainder 剩余物 twirl 快速转动 The Right Way of Eating Spaghetti

    1. Hold the fork in your hand as if to poke the spaghetti.

    2. Scoop up a small amount of spaghetti on your fork and raise it about 30cm above your plate.

    3. Make sure the spaghetti on your fork is completely disconnected from the remainder on your plate.

    4. Put the prongs of the fork at an edge of the plate that is free of food.

    5. Quickly point the prongs of the fork straight down toward the plate and place the points on the plate.

    6. Twirl the fork to gather the spaghetti around the prongs.

    7. With a quick scooping movement, gather up the roll around the prongs and place it in your mouth.

    8. Gently gather up any stray spaghetti ends that don’t make it all the way into your mouth.

    The American Educational System

    In the United States, education is the responsibility of individual states, not of the

    federal government, so requirements may vary from one state to another. The following is a generalization:

    kindergarten: under 5 years old

    junior high / middle school (grades 7~8): 12~13 years old elementary / primary school (grades 1~6): 6~11 years old senior / high school (grades 9~12): 14~17 years old college, institute, academy (学院), university

    Global Reading

    Scanning--- Scan Text A and find out all the time words, phrases and clauses. since my childhood in Belleville (Para. 1) until my third year in high school (Para. 1) until then (Para. 1)

    when our class was assigned to Mr. Fleagle for third-year English (Para. 2) late in the year (Para. 3)

    until the night before the essay was due (Para. 3) when I finished (Para. 6) next morning (Para. 6) two days passed (Para. 6)

    when I saw him lift my paper from his desk ... (Para. 6) when Mr. Fleagle finished (Para. 9)

    Part Division of the Text

    Further Understanding

    篇二:新视野大学英语第三版第一册Unit 8教案

    Unit 8, Book One

    Section A: Gender variables in friendship:

    Contradiction or not? To talk about gender differences in friendships

    To understand the text’s structure and main idea

    To learn phrases and patterns from the text

    To master contrast paragraph writing skill Section A (3 periods):

    1st---2nd period: Pre-reading activities ( theme-related questions for warming up;)

    While-reading activities (cultural notes; useful words and expressions;

    difficult sentences) rd3period: While-reading activities (text structure; main ideas)

    Post-reading activities (comprehension questions; exercises)

    4th periods: Practice of the reading skill (reading for the key idea in a sentence);

    T checks on Ss’ home reading by asking questions based on the passage.

    T explains some difficult sentences Section B(1period):

    Pre-reading Activities

    Step 1. Greetings

    Greet the whole class warmly.

    Step 2. Lead-in and preparation for reading

    Let them talk to each other about the following questions:

    1. How do you understand friendship?

    2. Have you ever noticed any gender differences in your friendship with others?

    Step 3. Fast reading

    Ask the Students to read the passage as quickly as they can and then answer the questions on the screen. Let them get the main idea of each paragraph and make clear about the text structure.

    Text structure: ( structured writing ) The passage can be divided into 3 parts.

    Part1 (para.1) Introduction: The “movie” memories I have of my female friends and male

    friends are completely different.

    Part 2 (para.2-4) Examples

    Part 3 (Para.5-6) Conclusion: gender differences in my communication styles and the

    explanation

    Purpose: Improve the students’ reading and writing ability and understand the general idea

    of each paragraph.

    Method: Read the text individually and talk in groups; Use task-based language teaching method, reading approach, communicative approach and total physical response method. Step 4. Preparation for details of the text on the screen

    Students are required to look at the Words and Phrases on the screen and give a brief presentation in class.

    Words and Phrases:

    Purpose: Train the Students’ ability of understanding and using foreign language.

    Method: Talk in groups, Use task-based language teaching method, communicative approach and total physical response method.

    1. (Para.1) be sensitive to对······敏感

    In this highly globalized world, failure to be sensitive to new information technology will lead to loss of golden opportunity for a nation’s development.

    在当今高度全球化的世界中,对新兴信息技术不敏感将会导致一个国家错失发展良机。

    2. (Para.1) make up for补偿;弥补

    It’s a universaltruth that diligence can makeupfor one’s intelligence.

    勤能补拙是普遍真理。

    3. (Para.2) steer: v. control the direction in which a vehicle moves 掌舵;驾驶

    Our garage door isn’t very wide and it’s quite difficult to steer the car through it. 我们的车库门不是很宽,要把车开进去有点儿困难。

    4. (Para.3) pull away驶离;开走

    A typical scene of seeingpeopleoff is like this: people are wavingeachothergoodbye with tears in their eyes while the train slowly pullsaway.

    送别的一个典型场景是:随着火车缓缓开动,人们眼中含着热泪相互挥手告别。

    5. (Para.4) in a ... light以······角度

    To be creative, we should learn to see things in a different light

    要想具有创造力,我们应当学会从不同的角度看待事物。

    6. (Para.5) prove to be被证明是

    Anger is one of those things that truly prove to be a double-edged sword.

    愤怒属于真正被证明为双刃剑的事物之一。

    7. (Para.5) be determined to do下定决心做

    There is nothing that cannot be achieved with adeterminedheart.

    有志者事竟成。

    7. (Para.6) be born with天生就有

    Successful people are those who manage to make the most of the qualities they are born

    with.

    成功人士能够将自己与生俱有的品质发挥到极致。

    Step 5: While-reading Activities

    Language Points:

    1. When I think of my good friends, I see them in cinematic terms. (Para. 1)

    Meaning: When I think about my good friend in the past, I remember them like I am seeing a movie.

    2. In comparison, memories of male friends are in an entirely different film altogether (Para. 1) Meaning: Compared with my memories of female friends, my memories of male friends are completely different.

    3. My mind retreats back to my earliest childhood friend, Donald. (Para. 2)

    Meaning: My mind goes back to the days I spent with my first childhood friend, Donald.

    4. But the steering wheel was intact. (Para.4)

    Meaning: But the steering wheel was not damaged.

    5. In my panic, I suddenly realized how much I loved my friend Jessica, and what an irreplaceable friend she was. (Para.4)

    6. Much to my relief, research shows that I am, indeed, a “normal guy”. (Para. 6)

    Meaning: I feel great comfort because research shows that I’m actually a man who’s behaving normally.

    Step 6: Typical patterns:

    Purpose: Further understand the text (Train further reading ability) to find out some difficult sentences and details of the text.

    Method: Read the text together; Use task-based language teaching method, reading approach, communicative approach, grammar-translation approach and total physical response method.

    Typical patterns:

    1 .The movie memories I have of female friends are open and intimate. In comparison, memories of male friends are in an entirely different film altogether.

    我对女性朋友的“电影式”记忆是开放的、亲密无间的。相比较而言,我对男性朋友的记忆是完全不同的一部影片。

    Statement of one thing. In comparison, sth. else is (in an) entirely different (film altogether) 用于比较“两个完全不同的事物”。

    应用:一些人总是抱怨生活艰辛、工作压力大。与之相比,有些人却完全不同。他们充满了正能量,总是乐观对待人生。

    Some people are always complaining about the hardships of life and the pressure from work. In comparison, there are others who are entirely different. They are full of positive energy and are

    always optimistic about life.

    2. A recent occurrence made me reexamine and interpret my behavior in a new light.

    最近发生的一件事让我从新的角度重新审视和解释我的行为。

    A recent occurrence / accident, etc. made one reexamine / rethink / reflect on sth. in a new light.用于表达“对事物的新的审视、思索和认识”。

    应用:最近被爱德华·斯诺登揭露的棱镜门事件使全世界人民对国家安全与个人隐私保护问题进行了辩论以及反思。

    The recent Prism Gate scandal disclosed by Edward Snowden has made people all over the world debate and reflect on the issue of national security versus protection of personal privacy.

    3. With women, I could be open, emotionally honest, and transparent. With male friends, it seemed impossible to express caring feelings no matter how deep the friendship was.

    和女性朋友在一起,我可以是开放的、真情流露的、直截了当的。但和男性朋友在一起时,不管我们之间的友情多深,我似乎都无法表达对对方的关爱之情。

    With sb., one be / do …. With sb. else, it seemed impossible to be / do … (one be / do …). 用于表达“某人对待不同人或事物的截然不同的态度或做法”。

    应用:对待同志要像春天般的温暖。对待敌人要像严冬一样残酷无情。

    With comrades, we should be gentle as the warm spring. With enemies, we should be cruel as the freezing winter.

    Step7. Consolidation

    Retell the passage according to the topic sentences.

    Purpose: To know if the students understand the whole text. At the same time, To show the text structure on the screen, so that they can retell it easily.

    Method: Read the text structure together; Use task-based language teaching method, reading approach, communicative approach and total physical response method.

    Step 8. Discussion

    1. How do you choose a friend? What qualities should your friends have?

    2. Can the older generation be true friends with the younger generation? Why?

    3. What do you think cause the differences in behavior and communication stylesbetween

    men and women?

    Step 9. Assignments

    Review the key points of Section A;

    Finish the exercises after class;

    Finish online homework;

    Preview Section B.

    Write an essay on the topic “traditional shopping versus online shopping” by following the writing pattern of the text.

    篇三:大学英语Unit1 Growing up 教案(一)

    Unit One 教学安排的说明

    章节题目:Growing Up

    学时分配:8

    本章教学目的与要求:

    帮助学生理解课文内容;掌握大学英语教学大纲中规定的单词和词组;熟悉文章的写作特点。

    其 它:完成课后作业及课外阅读。

    课 堂 教 学 方 案

    课题名称、授课时数:Growing Up 2

    教学方法与手段(讲授、讨论、指导、多媒体等):讲授、指导、提问

    授课类型(理论课、实验课、技法课、习题课等):理论课

    教学目的要求:

    1. Grasp the main idea (the essence of writing is to write what one enjoys writing) and structure of the text (narration in chronological sequence);

    2. Master the key language points and grammatical structures in the text;

    Text analysis

    Russell Baker (1925-) , American journalist and writer. This text is taken from his autobiography GROWING UP (1982), which won him a Pulitzer prize. Russell Baker is very good at selecting details to prove his point. For example, in Paragraph 2, he creates an unfavorable image of Mr. Fleagle by describing his “formal, rigid and hopelessly out-of-date” eyeglasses, hairstyle, clothes, jaw, nose and manner of speaking.

    What’s more, Russell Baker employs repetitions not only to make it easy for readers to follow what he is saying, but also impress them more deeply. For example, in Paragraph 2, there are 9 prim’s or primly’s in as few as 3 sentences. Thus readers will have in their mind a vivid picture of what Mr.Fleagle looked like. In Paragraph 5, there are 5 I wanted’s. They help to emphasize Russell Baker’s strong desire to write for himself.

    On the other hand, Russell Baker is also expert in avoiding repetition by employing synonymous words and phrases. Here are some examples:

    a. dull, lifeless, cheerless, tedious b. turn out, write, compose, put down

    c. formal, rigid, prim, correct, proper, respecta(本文来自:Www.HnbOxu.coM 博 旭 范文 网:一步一回首大学教案)ble

    d. recapture, relive

    e. pleasure, delight, happiness

    教学重点、难点:Word and Expressions:

    1. off and on: from time to time, now and again, irregularly

    It has been raining on and off for a week. That’s why the clothes feel damp.

    As her baby slept soundly, the mother was able to doze off and on in a chair.

    She managed to support herself by working on and off as a waitress.

    2. possibility: the state of being possible

    Is any possibility of life on Mars?

    They haven’t arrived. There is a possibility that they have taken the wrong road.

    3. take hold: become established

    The idea of one child only has taken hold in many Chinese families.

    Old habits die hard. That’s why you should stop smoking before the habit takes hold.

    4. associate…with…:join or connect together: connect or bring to mind

    We associate Egypt with pyramids.

    Jim wished to forget everything associated with his former life.

    People often associate the old days with good times, and seem to forget the hardship they suffered.

    5. turn out: produce

    New computers are soon outdated since newer models are turned out constantly American film studios turn out hundreds of films every year.

    6. tedious:

    The movie was so tedious that many viewers left before it was over.

    Laura found George to be tedious and decided not to see him any more.

    7. anticipate: expect

    They anticipate that the deaths from AIDS will have doubled by 2020.

    We anticipate running into problems in carrying out the medical welfare reform. The police had anticipated trouble from the soccer fans and were at the ground in large numbers.

    8. reputation:

    Premier Zhu Rongji has a high reputation as a statesman in the world.

    Jim Kerry has quite a reputation for being co

    9. inspire: fill somebody with confidence, eagerness, etc

    Martin Luther King, Jr’s speeches inspired people to fight for equal treatment of African Americans.

    The last leaf on the tree that never fell off inspired the dying patient with the will to live on.

    Mr. Green is very dull as a lecturer. He’s rigid and old-fashioned, and doesn’t have the faintest idea of how to inspire.

    10. rigid: fixed in behavior: based on correct or accepted rules

    The rigid headmaster would button up his clothes even on the hottest days.

    If he had been a little less rigid about things, his daughter would not have left home at such a young age.

    11. out-of-date: old-fashioned

    New words are constantly added to our vocabulary while some old words go out-of-date.

    Although her clothes were out-of-date, the old woman appeared clean and dignified.

    12. severe: completely plain: stern, strict; causing great pain, difficulty, worry Earnest Hemingway is known for his severe writing style

    Only those who have undergone severe training can be accepted into air force.

    The severe chest pain experienced by the vice-president proved to be a heart attack.

    13. tackle: deal with

    The classroom was quiet as students were busy tackling the final exam.

    Toshiba recently designed a robot that can tackle almost any kinds of housework.

    14. face up to: be brave enough to accept or deal with (a problem or difficulty)

    Now that your daughter is born, you’ll have to face up to the responsibilities of

    being a father.

    Yeltsin faced up to the fact that he was no longer fit for the Russian presidency and resigned on the New Year’s Eve.

    15. scan: look through quickly

    The banker scanned the financial section of a dozen newspapers over breakfast. Scan the book and tell me what it is about.

    16. image: a picture formed in mind

    Many pop stars try to improve their public image by participating in charity events.

    17. recall: bring back to the mind; remember

    I can’t recall her name.

    I don’t recall ever meeting her.

    She recalled that she had to see the doctor again that afternoon.

    The policeman asked the old lady to recall as much about the accident as possible.

    18. violate: act against

    Speeding in downtown areas violates traffic regulations.

    A country isn’t respected if it violates an international agreement.

    19. hold back: prevent the expression of(feelings, fears, etc. )

    People could hardly hold back their anger when they found that millions of dollars

    of public funds had been used to build luxurious houses for city officials.

    When I saw my little boy crying bitterly over the death of his pet dog, I could

    hardly hold back my tears.

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