Teaching aims: Knowledge aims Students can master the words about animals in the zoo: tiger, elephant, koala, lion, and giraffe. Students can master the adje……
Students can master the words about animals in the zoo: tiger, elephant, koala, lion, and giraffe.
Students can master the adjectives of quality: smart, cute, lazy, friendly, beautiful, and shy. Students can master the structures, “Which animal do you like?”
Students are able to use the new words and sentence patterns to communicate freely. Students are able to express preferences after class and improve their integrative ability of
Students can develop their expressive competence and active thinking.
Students can understand each other, strengthen their friendship and enhance the interpersonal communication and form a fine personal relationship.
Teaching key point:
Students can master the new words and the sentence structures.
Teaching difficult point:
Students are able to use new words and sentences to communicate with their partners bravely.
Communicative approach; TPR teaching method; Task-based l teaching method.
Step 1 Warming up and lead in
T:Good morning, boys and girls! Ss: Good morning.
T:I will sing a brief song to all of you before class. But you should listen carefully, when I
finish, please try to tell me which animal can you hear in the song, ok?
T: Cat is fast. Rat is fat.
See them run. Fun! Fun! Fun!
Monkey is short. Giraffe is tall.
See them play with the ball.
Now can you tell me, what do you hear in the song?
Ss: cat monkey
T: Well done. There are cat and monkey, do you know the meaning of them?