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“The Power of Nature” (Module 6, Unit 5) . Listening and Speaking. Teaching Material Teaching Method Study Method Teaching Procedure. Teaching Material. Theme The first period of the unit Teaching content ---warming up: vocabulary concerning volcano;

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Teaching Material
  • Teaching Method
  • Study Method
  • Teaching Procedure
teaching material
Teaching Material
  • Theme
  • The first period of the unit
  • Teaching content
  • ---warming up: vocabulary concerning volcano;
  • ---listening: volcanologists; model “Expressing joy, fear and anxiety”
  • ---speaking: use the expressions expressing joy, fear or anxiety .
teaching goals
Teaching Goals
  • Knowledge objectives:

---vocabulary concerning volcano and natural forces

---expressions expressing joy, fear and anxiety

  • Ability objectives:

---improve listening ability and listening skills

---to improve students’ spoken English

  • Emotion objectives:

---to arouse interest in the power of nature;

---To build up confidence and cooperative consciousness.

teaching method
Teaching Method
  • Task-based Teaching Approach
  • student-centered classroom setting
  • affection and an intimate relationship between the teacher and the learners
  • Teaching aids: multimedia, blackboard

and hand-outs.

study method
Study Method
  • Cooperative learning
  • Self-inquiry learning
  • self-expression, peer discussion and cooperative team work
teaching procedure
Teaching Procedure
  • Step 1 Lead in
  • 1. talk about the Wenchuan Earthquake to lead in the topic.
  • 2. Brainstorm game:

to name some natural disasters to activate background knowledge.

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Teaching Procedure
  • Step 2 Warming up
  • introduce some technical vocabulary concerning volcanoes with the help of a diagram so as to develop students’ understanding of what a volcano is and shows a volcano erupting.
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Teaching Procedure
  • Step 3 Listening

1. Pre-listening ---look at the pictures and make guesses ( what happened? What problems? How they feel?)

2. First listening:

Task 1---listen for the general idea and write down their names

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Teaching Procedure

3. Second listening

Task 2--- listen and find out when the volcanologists no longer frightened.

4. Third listening

  • Task 3---listen for expressions expressing fear and anxiety and fill in the blanks.
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Teaching Procedure
  • Step 4 Speaking
  • 1. Task 4---Practice reading the expressions to imitate the speakers’ stress and intonation
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Teaching Procedure
  • 2. Task 5---Describe your own experience
  • (1) show a chart of words and expressions indicating joy, fear and anxiety
  • (2) think of a powerful natural force or imagine one
  • (3) provide two situations to choose
  • (4) group work: S1—tell experience and feelings; S2--ask questions ; S3-- take notes; S4--report to the class.
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Step 5 Summary
  • Step 6 Homework Assignments
  • Write down the story with the help of the notes taken in class. Then ask your groupmates to make comments