films and tv programmes教案
period 3 grammar 2; function; everyday english
this period contains three parts, that is, grammar 2, function and everyday english. grammar 2 deals with adverbs and adverbial phrases. through the study of this part, students should learn to use them. to deepen their understanding of this grammar, some exercises may be offered. function & everyday english aims to help students use the grammar items and the expressions learnt in this module. teachers may first give students some examples and then make them have a conversation with their partners using the expressions they have learned.
1)make students learn about adverbs and adverbial phrases.
2)make sure students know how to use some expressions to describe frequency.
1)motivate students’ enthusiasm in taking part in the class.
2)individual work and pair work to make individuals finish the tasks.
through learning this period, students should know how to use the adverbs and adverbial phrases, learn some words and expressions about tv and radio programmes and learn some everyday english in conversations.
1. learn adverbs and adverbial phrases.
2. learn some words and expressions about tv and radio programmes.
3. talk about tv programmes.
1. use the adverbs and adverbial phrases properly.
2. get the meanings of the words through definitions.
3. how to talk about tv programmes.
→step 1 revision
1. greet the whole class as usual.
2. check up their homework.
→step 2 grammar 2: adverbs and adverbial phrases
1. read the sentences and answer the questions.
show the following on the screen. make sure they understand everything and then let the students answer the questions individually.
a we always watch telly in the morning as we eat our breakfast in the kitchen.
b i watch films all the time at the weekend.
c i saw a brilliant one yesterday.
d everyone in it acts so brilliantly.
1 is brilliant an adjective (describing a noun)or an adverb (telling you about a verb)?
2 how do you make adverbs from adjectives? can you make an adverb from the word quick?
3 can you find words and phrases that answers these questions: when? where? how?
1 adjective describing “one” (pronoun for “film”)
2 you frequently add -ly to the end of the adjective, e. g. quickly.
3 when? : as we eat our breakfast; in the morning; all the time; at the weekend; yesterday
where? : in the kitchen
how? : brilliantly