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Going places. LESSON THREE. Teaching aims. Stress on practising listening skill and spoken English. Students can use simple words to talk about travelling. Talking about means of transportation. Master a new sentence structure. Important points.

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Going places

Going places

LESSON THREE


Teaching aims

Teaching aims

  • Stress on practising listening skill and spoken English. Students can use simple

  • words to talk about travelling.

  • Talking about means of transportation.

  • Master a new sentence structure


Important points

Important points

  • Master these words: consider mean basic transportation combine task experience separate handle poison

  • Phrases: get away from watch out on the other hand as well as


Difficult points

Difficult points

  • Master these new words and can use them make a dialogue with their partner express their feeling and opinion about traveling

  • Master new sentence structure


Sentence structure

Sentence structure

  • Present tense: 代词 + be动词+现在分词 How to ask by means of transportation: how+be动词+代词+现在分词

    Future tense: when + would+ pronoun +verb where + would + pronoun + verb


Homework

HOMEWORK

  • Make a dialogue with new words and new sentence structure

  • Do the exercise after text

  • Preview the next part of lesson three


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