高二英语上册Unit 3 The Million Pound Bank Note教案

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编辑点评: 古人云:"只要功夫深,铁杵磨成针。"讲的就是让我们无论是在做事还是学习的时候都得把功夫做到位,否则一事无成。对于英语初学者来说,最简单的是一切可以从头再来,但最难的莫过于坚持二字。

UNIT 3 The Million Pound Bank-Note

I. 单元教学目标
技能目标Goals
Talk about short stories and dramas Learn how to act out a play
Learn how to request and order food
Learn Noun clauses as the object and predicative Write a play or drama
II. 目标语言( Target Language )

功能句式
1. Request(请求)
Would you please come in?
Would you mind waiting just a few minutes?
May I ask you how much money you have?
--Well, to be honest, I have none.
Could you offer me some kind of work?
I wonder, Mr. Adams, if you mind us asking a few questions?
--Go right ahead.
2. Ordering food (点 餐)
I’d like some ham and eggs and a nice big steak.
I’ll have a nice long glass of beer.

词汇
1. 四会词汇
bet, scene, tale, servant, permit, bay, stare, spot, passage, account, appearance, patience, silly, jealous, unbelievable, steak, tiny, wolf, dessert, rude, manner, scream, shoulder, rag, indeed, bow, decade, pilot, humor, novel, character, director, barber
2. 认读词汇
narrator, incredible, Roderick, Oliver, nightfall, unpaid, charity, willingness, simply, Clemens, issues, fake, boyhood, Hannibal, Missouri, Mississippi, fathom, contest, Yale, loneliness, playwright, script 3. 固定词组
make a bet, go ahead, by accident, account for, to be honest, in rags, even if, get into trouble
3. 重点词汇
bet, make a bet, permit, go ahead, by accident, stare, account for, to be honest, jealous, in rags, indeed, even if, get into trouble

语法
1. Noun clauses as the object (宾语从句)
I can’t say that I have any plans.
…and he does not know what he should do.
I did not know whether I could survive until morning.
2. Noun clauses as the predictive (表语从句)
That’s why we’ve given you the letter.

重点句子
1.Have you ever made a bet with a friend? If so, what did you bet on? P17
2.He is lost in London. P17
3.Permit me to lead the way, sir. P17
4.As a mater of fact, I landed in Britain by accident. P18
5.His eyes stare at what is left of the brother’s dinner on the table. P18
6.I wondered, Mr. Adams, if you’d mind us asking a few questions. P18
7.I earned my passage by working as an unpaid hand, which accounts for my appearance. P18
8.Well, we will have to take a chance. P21
9. (in a rude manner) What’s there to wait for? P22
10.He’s in rags! P22

III. 教材分析与教材重组
1. 教材分析
本单元的主要内容是根据马克.吐温的名著《百万英镑》改编而成的剧本中的几个片段。
1.1 WARMING UP 提出问题,通过对马克.吐温及其作品的讨论引发学生学习兴趣,使学生对马克,吐温及其作品, 有个初步的了解。
1.2 PRE-READING要求学生展开想象,假如自己有了一张百万英镑的钞票会怎么做,并阐述自己对《百万英镑》这部电影的评价。
1.3 READING 是剧本中第一幕的第三场。富商兄弟俩打赌把一张百万英镑钞票给一个一无所有,诚实可靠的穷人,想看看会发生什么事。 最后他们物色到一个穷困潦倒,流落伦敦街头的美国小伙子Henry Adams。教师可以引导学生通过戏剧情节的发展,了解,感受戏剧的语言。 同时,还可利用剧本的朗诵和表演帮助学生改进语音语调。
1.4 COMPREHENDING 中Fact or Opinion 的练习和几个形容词的填空练习旨在检测学生对事实和观点的判断,加强对这部分词语在语境中的理解和运用。
1.5 LEARNING ABOUT LANGUAGE 通过英语释义,在文章中填空等形式帮助学习理解掌握本单元的重点词汇, 并通过先发现再简单运用的模式帮助学生了解, 掌握本单元的语法项目:宾语从句和表语从句。
1.6 USING LANGUAGE 中的Reading and acting 介绍了第一幕的第四场。这一场生动地讲述了衣衫褴褛的流浪汉Henry Adams到餐馆用餐时, 先遭到冷遇, 而后由于拿出了一张百万英镑的大钞, 又倍受关照的有趣故事。 作者用诙谐的笔调讽刺了资本主义社会拜金主义者的丑陋嘴脸。
1.6 .1 READING & ACTING 是剧本中第一幕的第四场。
1.6 .2 LISTENING &WRITING中又介绍了第一幕的第五场, 进一步印证了Henry Adams 诚实正直的品格。
1.6 .3 READING 是关于马克吐温的介绍。
1.6.4 WRITING要求学生自己写一个场景---第一幕的第五场。
1.7 SUMMING UP 总结本单元所学到的内容:《百万英镑》,有用的动词,名词,表达和新的语法项目。
1.8 LEARNING TIP 是关于如何写一个剧本的。
2. 教材重组
2.1从本单元话题内容和功能上分析,Warming up, Pre-reading, Reading, Comprehending和Using language中的 Reading (about Mark Twain)相一致,可以整和成一节任务型“阅读课(精读)”。
2.2 将Learning about language中的 Words and expressions, Using language中的 Useful structures与Workbook中的Using structures, Using words and expressions放在同一节课中处理,上一堂 “语法课”。
2.3 将Using language中的listening (ACT ONE Scene5), Workbook中的 Listening (ACT TWO Scene2 )整和成一节“听力课”
2.4 将Workbook中的Talking (ACT TWO Scene1), Speaking Task (ACT TWO Scene3) 和Speaking Task (ACT TWO Scene4)上成一节 “口语课”。
2.5将Using language中的Reading and acting (ACT ONE Scene4)上成一节“阅读和表演课”
2.6.将Using language中的Writing (ACT ONE Scene 5) 与Workbook中的Writing Task, 和Checking yourself, Learning Tips 上成一节“写作课”。
3. 课型设计与课时分配 (经分析教材, 本单元可以用六课时完成)
1st period Intensive Reading
2nd period Grammar
3rdperiod Listening
4thperiod Speaking
5thperiod Extensive Reading and Acting
6thperiod Writing

IV. 分课时教案
The First Period Intensive Reading
I. Teaching goals 教学目标
1. Target language 目标语言
a. 重点词汇和短语:
bet, make a bet, permit, go ahead, by accident, stare, account for, to be honest, jealous
b. 交际用语:
*Expressions on request:
Would you step inside a moment, please?
Would you please come in?
May we ask what you’re doing in this country and what your plans are?
Well, why don’t you explain what this is all bout?
c. 重点句型:
(1) Have you ever made a bet with a friend? If so, what did you bet on? P17
(2) He is lost in London. P17
(3) Permit me to lead the way, sir. P17
(4) As a mater of fact, I landed in Britain by accident. P18
(5) His eyes stare at what is left of the brother’s dinner on the table. P18
(6) I wondered, Mr. Adams, if you’d mind us asking a few questions. P18
(7) I earned my passage by working as an unpaid hand, which accounts for my appearance. P18
2. Ability goals能力目标
a. Enable students to read and hear natural language in a dramatic context and increase their self-confidence in using English, which will increase their overall motivation to learn English.
b. Enable students to sum up the main idea of ACT ONE Scene 3.
c. Enable students to understand the details about the whole scene.
d. Retell the scene using the key words of the whole scene.
e. Express their opinions by answering the following questions:
(1) Do you think money is everything? Why?
(2) Do you agree that only money can bring people happiness?
3. Learning ability goals 学能目标
a. Help students to understand natural language in the dramatic context and increase their self-confidence in using English.
b. Help students to sum up the main idea of ACT ONE Scene3.
c. Help students to understand the details of the whole scene.
d. Get students to retell the whole scene.
e. Help them to answer the following questions:
(1) Do you think money is everything?
(2) Do you agree that only money can bring people happiness?
II. Teaching important points 教学重点
1. How to interpret language through tone of voice and body language, gaining a greater appreciation of the various verbal and non-verbal ways in which language works.
2. Discuss the questions:
(1) Do you think money is everything?
(2) Do you agree that only money can bring people happiness?
III. Teaching difficult points教学难点
Discuss the questions:
(1) Do you think money is everything?
(2) Do you agree that only money can bring people happiness?
IV. Teaching methods 教学方法
Elicitation, discussion, listening, reading, pair work
V. Teaching aid 教具准备
A computer, a projector, and a tape recorder
Teaching procedures and ways教学过程与方式

Step I Warming up
Mark Twain is probably one of the few American writers with whom Students are already familiar. This exercise allows teachers to discover just how much students remember about this 19th century writer. Find out in the discussions how much the students know and decide how much more they need to know about the author before they read the play.
1. T: Morning, everyone! Look at the screen, please. I will show you some pictures of a famous play. Talk about them in your own words. (The teacher shows them some pictures of THE MILLION POUND BANK-NOTE.)

Picture one: I just need a suit.
Picture two: I know that gentlemen like you carry only large notes.
Picture three: Goodness me! Six zeros.

(Students discuss the three pictures)
T: Ok, class. After watching and discussing the pictures, can you guess what the famous play is?
SS: Yes. It is called THE MILLION POUND BANK-NOTE.
T: Then, do you know the writer of the play?
SS: Yes. It is Mark Twain.
T: What do you know about the American writer Mark Twain? Next, read “ABOUT MARK TWAIN” on page 23 so that you can know more about him.
2. Students read this passage about Mark Twain and answer the questions given in the form on page 23.
T: What’s the real name of Mark Twain?
SS: Samuel Langhorne Clemens.
T: When was he born and when did he die?
SS: He was born in 1835 and died in 1910.
T: Do you know all the places where he lived?
SS: He was raised in Hannibal, Missouri, along the Mississippi River, but traveled much of the US, and also lived for a time in Europe.
T: Can you name three of his famous stories?
SS: The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court, The Notorious Jumping Frog of Calaveras County, etc.
T: Why did you forget this one----THE MILLION POUND BANK-NOTE? As we know, Mark Twain is known as a humorist during his life. And this is reflected in THE MILLION POUND BANK-NOTE. So, today we’ll learn some parts of this famous play. Of course, if you want to read more about the life of this great writer, you can go to the library or surf the Internet to find more about him.
Step II Pre-reading
Get the students to discuss the question with their partners and then ask them to report their work. Encourage them to express their opinions freely.
1.T: If a rich person gives you a large amount of money to use as you like, for example, one million pound, what will you do? Why? (The teacher draws a picture on the blackboard.)

(Students have a discussion on this question. Whatever choice students make here, they should be ready to offer their classmates a good reason for it.)
S1: I’ll buy a big house, a new car of my own and get married with a beautiful girl. In my opinion, the most important thing for a person is to enjoy the life. So, if I have a lot of money, I’ll make full use of it to meet my needs for a rich life.
S2: I’ll give some money of the one million pound to the poor people in the west part of our country to help them live a happy life, especially the children. Because they really need help and they can learn more knowledge in order to develop the west part of our country. This way of spending money is meaningful.
S3: …
T: I think all of you have a good idea. Do you want to know what happened to Henry Adams in THE MILLION POUND BANK-NOTE written by Mark Twain? Have you ever read the story? Have you seen the movie? If so, what do you think of it? So, this class we’ll learn the story together.
Step III While-reading
1. First reading: Scanning
Get the students to comprehend the whole scene quickly and accurately and meanwhile help the students to form a good habit of reading. Teachers give the students a couple of minutes to look through the whole scene. Tell the students to read the text silently and then ask some detail questions about the text on the slide show with their partners. Teachers encourage the students to express their ideas.
T: Now we are going to learn ACT ONE Scene 3. Read the whole scene quickly and find out the answers to the four questions here.
Teachers show the questions on the screen:
1. How did Henry Adams come to England?
2. Where did Henry work? How much money did he have?
3. What did the two gentlemen give Henry?
4. When can Henry open the letter?
(Students read the whole scene (ACT ONE Scene 3) for three minutes and try to answer the questions.)
T: Well, class, have you finished reading the whole scene?
SS: Yes.
T: Ok, who can answer the first question? How did Henry Adams come to England?
S1: It was the ship that brought him to England.
T: Very good. You did a good job. Next, where did Henry work? How much money did he have?
S2: He worked for a mining company and he had no money at all.
T: Very good. Then what did the two gentlemen give him?
S3: They gave him a letter.
T: When can Henry open the letter?
S4: He can’t open it until two o’clock.
T: Ok, great. Next, let’s do some listening.
2. Second reading: Reading aloud
In this part, students will read the text again and try to understand the sentences and the main ideas of the whole scene.
3.Listening
In this part, students will listen to the tape and try to find the characteristics of the whole scene. After that, teachers discuss the question with the students and then check the answer. And then the teacher as well as the students read the passage together, which will be served as the ground for the retelling afterwards.
T: Please listen to the tape and try to find the characteristics of the whole scene.
(Students listen to the tape.)
T: Well, Can you tell me the characteristics of the passage?
SS: Yes. This is part of a play. So, the narration is written in the present tense.
T: Ok, all of you did a good job. Next, let’s read the scene again and do some exercises.

Step IV Post-reading
1. Do comprehending exercises.
T: Read the scene again and do some comprehending exercises. (P19)
(The students begin to prepare for these two exercises. After a while, the teacher starts to collect the answers. ) (Later the teacher gives the answers, using a slide projector.)
(1) Exercise 1
T: Have you found out the answers?
SS: Yes.
T: Ok! Let’s check the answers. Who’d like to tell us which of the statements are opinions?
S1: I think statement 3, 4 and 5 are opinions.
T: Very good. Now who will tell us which of the statements are facts?
S2: I think statement 1 and 2 are facts.
(2) Exercise 2
Get the students to do this exercise by themselves, and then ask them to check their answers with the whole class.
(Later the teacher gives the answers, using a slide projector.)
2.Explain language points.
T: Well, class. What do you think of the scene? Do you think it is difficult to understand some sentences?
SS: Yes.
T: Now, please look at the screen and let me explain some sentences.
The following are the language points that the teacher will explain:
(1) a large amount of: a large quantity of; a great deal of
e.g. They bought a large amount of furniture before they moved their new house.
(2) make a bet: make an arrangement to risk money, etc. on an event of which the result is doubtful.
e.g. We made a bet on the result of the match.
(3) permit somebody to do something: allow somebody to do something
e.g. My mother doesn’t permit me to ride in the street after it rained.
(4) by accident: as a result of chance or mishap.
e.g. I only found it by accident.
(5) stare at: look at somebody or something with the eyes wide open in a fixed gaze ( in astonishment, wonder, fear, etc)
e.g. Do you like being stared at?
(6) to be honest: to tell you the truth; to be frank
e.g. To be honest, I don’t think we have a chance of winning.
3.Students read the whole scene again and again and try to retell it.
T: Well, class, have you got the main idea?
SS: Yes.
T: What’s the main idea? And can you retell it?
(Then the students begin to prepare for retelling the whole scene.)
Step V Retelling
1. Show the key words and relevant pictures on the screen, using the computer.
2. Ask the students to retell the whole scene, according to the following key words: summer, 1903, Henry Adams, American businessman, rescued, British ship, London, without money, lost, walk down, street, led to, two rich brothers, made a bet, a letter, a million-pound bank-note, open, two o’clock.

T: Now, look at the key words and pictures, who can retell the reading?
S1: It was the summer of 1903, and Henry Adams, an American businessman, had some very luck. He was rescued at sea by a British ship that takes him to London where he finds himself without money, friends or the prospect of a good job. He was lost and alone in London. He had no money and did not know what he should do. Walking down the street, he heard someone calling him. Then he came in and was led to two rich brothers, Roderick and Oliver, who made a secret bet and gave him a letter in which there was a one-million-pound banknote. He was asked to open the letter until two o’clock in the afternoon. Roderick believes that a man can’t survive in the city for a month with only a million pound banknote in his possession but Oliver believes he can. (The play takes us along on Henry’s misadventures with humor and surprise to discover who will win the bet.)
T: Good, the next one, who wants to try?
(Then another student retells the whole scene.)
T: You’ve done a good job. Now let’s retell the whole scene together.

Step VI Summary and homework
T: Ok, class, what do you think of this play? Is money so important?
SS: no.
T: Some people say that money is everything. What do you think of this opinion?
S1: I don’t think so. Yes, money is very important in some occasion. But that doesn’t mean it is everything. For example, when your hometown is flooded and you are trapped in the water, can you save yourself even if you have a lot of money with you? No! So, we should not regard money as everything.
T: Great! But some people still think that money can bring them happiness. What do think of this?
S2: I don’t agree this. Since money doesn’t mean everything, so it can’t bring happiness to us. For example, you have a lot of money but you haven’t a happy family, can’t you say that you are happy?
T: So, class, we should have a correct attitude towards money. Now, let’s look at today’s homework.
1. Review the key sentences in this part.
2. Preview the words in the second period.
 

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