Unit 4 Sharing
Part 1 Teaching Design
Period 2 A sample lesson plan for Learning about Language
(Revise the Attributive Clause <restrictive>)
In this period students will be first helped by the teacher to discover and learn to use some useful words and collocations, and then to discover and revise the attributive clause <restrictive>. The following steps of teaching may be taken: warming up by reading the text aloud to the tape, revising useful structures, 复习限定性定语从句and closing down by making sentences with the attributive clause.
To help students revise the attributive clause <restrictive>
To help students discover and learn to use some useful words and collocations
To help students discover and learn to use some useful structures
1. Warming up by reading the text aloud to the tape
Reading aloud to the recording of the text improves our literacy skills—reading, writing, speaking, and listening. Now read the text aloud. Now read the text aloud to the tape
2. Discovering useful words and collocations
Turn to page 32 and do exercises 1 and 2.
Adjust: "Adjust the clock, please." "We must adjust to the bad eic situation" "Adjust your eyes to the darot;
Grill: "He cooked hamburgers on the grill."
Relevant: The scientist corresponds with colleagues in order to learn about matters relevant to her own research."
Doorway: "He stuck his head in the doorway."
Arrangement: They made arrangements to meet in Chicago." "He changed the arrangement of the topics." "the arrangement of the furniture"; "the plaent of the chairs"