Unit 8 Section A-1
Class Type Listening, reading and speaking Objectives To be able to talk about recent events and experiences. Key structure 1.
Oliver Twist is about a boy who goes out to sea and finds an island full of treasures.
2. You should hurry up. Difficulties How to talk about recent events and experiences. Vocabulary Treasure, island, classic, page, hurry, due full of, hurry up, due to Period 1 Procedure Lead-in Step 1 Show Ss some pictures about classical stories and talk about them.
Activity 1a Have you heard of these books? Check (√) the ones you know. Show Ss some pictures about classical stories and introduce them briefly. Try to match the book titles with the pictures. Ask Ss to listen and complete the chart. Practice the conversation. Then talk about the other books in 1a. Give examples of the conversation and explain some useful words. Listen. Circle the names. Talk about these books. Step 2 Step 3 Step 4 Step 5 Step 6 Step 7 Step 8
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Listen again and write T for true and F for false. Use the information in 2a and 2b to talk about the books. Role-play the conversation. Ask Ss to talk about their favorite book. Do a survey and give a book report. Learn some new words. Language points: explain the key words and phrases in section A-1. More exercises about the language points.