T: Where’re the books/ your keys?
S:They’re on the chair./ in your pocket…
(Then the teacher writes the sentences on the blackboard.)
T: Please pay attention to the sentences. We use “It’s” to talk about single objects and “They’re” to talk about two or more objects.
“Where’s, It’s and They’re” are contractions.
Make a survey.(运用调查表来巩固句型。)
T: Make a survey about your classmates’ things using Where is/are…? And then fill in the chart.
2. Make a conversation.(看图操练句型。)
T: Who can put these sentences in order to make a conversation in 3a.
S1:We can.Where’s the bag?
S2: I don’t know.Is it on the dresser?
S1: No, it isn’t.
T:Prepare a new dialogue for three minutes just like this. You can use your own things.
(Later, ask more pairs to practice their conversations as quickly as they can.)
Step Five: Practice the drill “Where is / are…?”
(Make a conversation with a student.)
T:Look at the picture in 3c. Where are the books?
S1: I don’t know.
T: Where are the keys?
S2: They are on the dresser.
T: Work in pairs. Make a similar conversation like this.
S1:Where is the baseball?
S3:Where is the…?
S4: I don’t know.
S5: Where are the…?
S7: Where is the pencil case?
(Let the students ask and answer according to the picture in 3c or using their own things.)
Step Six: Task.(设置任务，通过对比的方式让学生理解方位介词。)
T:Student A looks at Picture 1 (Textbook P21,4) student B looks at Picture2 (Textbook P19,1a)Ask and answer in pairs.
1. Sa: Where is the backpack? Is it under the table?
Sb: No, it isn’t. It’s on the table.
2. Sa: Where are the books? Are they on the sofa?
Sb: No, they aren’t. They are on the bed.
T: Let’s find out the differences between the pictures.Where is the backpack? Is it on the table? (Look at Picture 1)
Ss: No, it isn’t. It’s under the table. (Look at Picture 2)
T: Where are the books?Are they behind the sofa? (Look at Picture1)
Ss: No, they are on the sofa. (Look at Picture 2)
(Ask some pairs to make the dialogue and find out some differences.)
T:Fill in the chart according to the pictures.(利用表格直观体现出两幅图的不同点。)
in the backpack
on the table
T:Who wants to report it?
S1: I want to . In Picture 1, the pencil case is… In Picture2, the pencil case is…
S2: In Picture 1, the books are… In Picture2, the books are…
(Ask other students to report it.)
T: Make a survey after class. Ask some of your classmates “Where is…? Where are…?” Fill in the chart.
Step One:Present the new words.
T: I have some things on my desk, I think you can tell me how to say them.
T: What’s this? (Hold up a book in the hand)
Ss: It’s a book.
T: Yes, it’s a math book. Read after me. M-A-T-H-B-O-O-K, math book.
Ss: M-A-T-H-B-O-O-K, math book.
T: Do you have a watch?
Ss: Yes, I do./ No, I don’t.
T: Is it a watch?
Ss: No, it isn’t. It’s a clock.
T: Good. It’s an alarm clock. Read after me. A-L-A-R-M-C-L-O-C-K,alarm clock.
(Then hold up CD, video tape, hat, notebook, teach them in the same way. Check the words using the cards.)
T: Let’s do 1a in Section B. Match the words with the things in the picture in 1a.(Then check the answers.)
Step Two: Present the drills.
1. Review the words.
T: Now do 1b in Section B, look at Tommy’s room for three minutes. Please try your best to remember all the things in the room. Begin!
(Three minutes later,ask them to close their books. Give them another three minutes to write down the things they remembered.)
T:Who can write them down on the blackboard?
S1:I can.(After writing them,students open the books to check the answer.)
T:How many words did you write?
T:What are in the picture?
S:A backpack, a quilt, a computer game, some books…
2. Present the drill.
T: Look at the picture 1a in Section B and answer my questions Where is the math book?
S1: It is…
T: Where are the pictures?
S2: They are…
T: Where are the books?
S3: They are…
T: Ask and answer according to the picture then fill in the chart.
Step Three: Listen and practice the drill.
1. Listen to the tape.
T: Tommy wants his mother to bring some school things to school for him. But his room isn’t tidy. So his mother can’t find the things. Let’s listen to the recording of 2a and help his mother find the things.
(Play the tape for the first time. The students circle the word they hear. Then check the answer.)
T:Now listen again, and fill in the chart.
2. Practice the dialogue.
T: Where’s the ruler?
T: Where’s the notebook?
T: Where’re CDs?
T: Work in pairs according to the chart.
Step Four: Task.
T: Please look at Tommy’s room. Do you think it’s tidy?
Ss: No, I don’t think so.
T: Four students in a group. Draw a picture about Tommy’s room, help him clean the room to put the things in the correct places.
(Choose some groups to show the room.)
1. Draw a picture about your room.
2. Describe your new room.
Step One: Learn the new words.
1. Present the new words.
(Show some pictures and words on the screen to teach the students the new words.)
T: What’s this?
S1: It’s a room.
T: Do you have a room like this?
S2: Yes, I do./ No, I don’t.
T: Read after me. R-O-O-M, room.
Ss: R-O-O-M, room.
(Teach the other words “TV, desk, picture” in the same way.)
T: There are some words here. Read the words after me and spell them.
(Learn the other words without pictures on the cards.)
T: This is a word. Can you spell this word?
(Point to a word in the card.)
S1: Yes, I can. / No, I can’t.
(Let them know the meaning of “can”.)
T: I can spell your name. Can you spell my name?
S1: Yes, I can.
T: Can you write your name?
S: Sorry, I can’t. I have no pen.
T: You need a pen.( Give him a pen.)
( Let the students understand the word “need”.)
T: I bring a football to school every day. Now it is on the floor. After class I take it to my home.
(Teach “bring” and “take”. Put a football on the floor and point to the floor to teach the word “floor”.)
2. Practice the words.
(Give the cxamples to the students and get the students to understand the new words.)
Step Two: Listen and practice.
T: Books closed. Here is a note. Please listen carefully and then answer the questions How many things are there in the note?
Ss: There are five things in the note.
T: What are these?
Ss: They are notebook…
T: Open your books, who can read it for us?
Ss: I can.
(One student reads it , others listen carefully.)
T: This is a note from Mom to Sally. Please look at the picture, draw the missing things in the picture.
T: Who can tell me where the missing things are?
S1: The baseball is…
S2: The CDs are…
The other students will answer other questions.
Step Three: Play a game.
T: I divide the class into two groups, one group chooses several students to come to the front to draw some big pictures on the blackboard. The other group chooses someone to draw something on the big things.
(after drawing them.)
T: Who can say the sentences according to the pictures?
S1: I can. The dog is under the chair.
S2: The cups are…
S3: The quilt are…
S4: The books are …
Step Four: Practice and fill in the blanks.
1. Fill in the blank.
(First, let the students describe the picture.)
T: Look at the picture in 3b Where is the hat?
T: Where is the clock?
S2: It is…
T: Where is the ID card?
S3: It is …
T: Where is the notebook?
S4: It is…
(Ask the same questions in the same way.)
T: Who can fill in the blank?
S1: I can.
(Then ask one or two students to read it aloud. Check the answer according to the picture.)
T: You want four things in your room now. But you have no time to go home to get them. Write a note to a friend, let him go to your home to get them. Tell him where the things are.
(Students write a note.)
Step Five: Task.
T: Now draw your ideal rooms in groups of six, Please use your color pencils to draw them, everyone can join this task, and then show the room to us.
(Ten minutes later, ask the students hand up their drawing, every group chooses one to describe the room. Choose the best one and give them some candies or school things encourage them.)
Step Six: Do Self-check.
1. Review the words.
T: Look at self Check, let’s do exercise 1. Look at the cards in my hand , and spell the words as quickly as you can.
(Hold up some cards with Chinese words on them such as“ 桌子”.)
T: Who can spell this word?
S: I can. “TABLE”.
(Hold up the other cards to let the students spell them quickly in order to master the key words in this unit.)
2. Write some new words about this unit.
T: Now, please think it over. Do you know the other words about school things and furniture? Who can write them down on the blackboard?