试讲题目1：I’ve got a new friend
Thank you for your letter. Happy birthday to you! I’m ten now. I will be eleven next year.
Beijing isn’t cold now. It’s warm.
I’ve got a new friend, too. Her name is Mengmeng. She’ got short hair. She’s very clever. Here is a photo of Mengmeng and me. We were at the Great Wall.
1.How can teachers improve their ability to manage the class?
I’ve got a new friend
Students can read and recognize some key words and phrases, such as “short hair” and “clever”.
Students can master the sentence structures “She’s got ......” and “She’s ......”.
Students can describe their new friends by using the target words and sentence patterns in their daily life.
Students can enhance their interest of learning English.
Students can realize the importance of having friends and loving their friends.
Key and difficult points:
Key Point: How to describe their new friends by using the target words and sentence patterns.
Difficult Point: How to realize the importance of having friends and loving their friends.
Step 1: Warming-up
2. Invite students to sing a song named Mary Had A Little Lamb. The song is like this:
Mary had a little lamb, little lamb, little lamb,
Mary had a little lamb, its fleece was white as snow.
And everywhere that Mary went, Mary went, Mary went,
and everywhere that Mary went, the lamb was sure to go.
Then ask students a question, “The little lamb is Mary’s friend. Do you know how to introduce your friend?”
Step 2: Pre-listening
1. Draw a picture of a famous cartoon character named Curnane.
2. Teach the key words and phrases, such as “short hair” and “clever”.
Step 3: While-listening
1. Extensive listening
Read the passage for students and ask them what the tape is about. Then invite one student to answer. (It’s a letter from Amy to Lucy.)
2. Intensive listening
Play the tape for the second time and ask students several questions:
“Who is Amy’s best friend? What’s she like?”
“Where were they?”
Then ask two volunteers to write his or her answer on the blackboard. And teach the new sentence patterns about how to introduce new friends: “She’s got _______. She’s _______.”
Play the tape for the third time and ask students to repeat after the tape.
Step 4: Post-listening
Let students work in pairs. Ask students to draw a picture of their new friends and introduce him or her by using the key words and sentence patterns. Five minutes later, invite some students to share and give some comments.
Step 5: Summary and Homework
Summary: Invite a student to be a little teacher and summarize today’s lesson.
Homework: Ask students to introduce their new friends to their parents.