Good morning/afternoon, my dear judges. I’m No. X. It’s my great honor to be here to share my teaching design with everyone. My topic is how often do you exercise? Listening and speaking part. My presentation consists of the analysis of the following parts: the teaching material, students, teaching aims, key and difficult points, teaching methods and aids, teaching procedures and the blackboard design.
1. Analysis of the teaching material
First, let’s talk about the analysis of the teaching material. This lesson is chosen from the first book of PEP English, Grade 8, Unit 2. It is a listening and speaking lesson. After this lesson, students will know how to express how often they do something and their favorite activity. What’s more, their confidence and speaking ability will be improved.
2. Analysis of the students
Then, it comes to the analysis of students. They are in Grade 8 and have learned English for several years, therefore they have some basic knowledge about the sentence pattern. However, their speaking English are not so well. So teachers should create chances for them to practice their oral English as much as possible.
3. Analysis of the teaching aims
According to the New Curriculum Standard for English, I set the following three aims:
Students can master the usage of the sentence pattern “How often do you…?” and “What’s your favorite…?”
Students can thoroughly understand the meaning of once, twice, three times, etc.
Students can use the sentence pattern “How often do you…?” and “What’s your favorite…?” in their conversation.
Students can improve their speaking ability by pair work and role play.
Students will know how to express how to express how often they do something and their favorite activity.
4. Analysis of the key and difficult points
Then let me talk about the key & difficult points: students can properly use the sentence pattern “How often do you…?” and “What’s your favorite…?” and the phrases such as twice a week, go to the movies, etc.
5. Analysis of teaching methods and teaching aids
As for the teaching methods and teaching aids, I will mainly use communicative language teaching method and task-based teaching method, as well as pictures and multimedia.
6. Analysis of the teaching procedures
Now, it comes to the most important part: the analysis of the teaching procedures. I will finish this lesson in the following steps.
Step 1: warm-up.
In this part, I will first say hello to everyone and then show some pictures, ask them questions, ”Can you describe what is happening in the picture?” and lead in the topic of today’s lesson---How often do you exercise?
Pictures are useful tools for attracting students’ attention and describing the new words and phrases. By using pictures and asking questions, I can easily attract students’ attention and lead in the topic of this lesson.
Step 2: pre-listening.
In this part, students will learn some new phrases: read English books, use the Internet, go to the movies.
By showing pictures and using the sentence pattern “How often do you…”with these new phrases, students can master the pronunciation and meaning of these new phrases, as well as the sentence pattern, thus create a better foundation for the next step---while-listening.
Step 3: while-listening.
In this part, students will listen to the tape for three times altogether. For the first time, it’s extensive-listening. Students will answer the question: How often do you exercise? By doing so, they can master the general topic of this text. Then, it comes to the intensive-listening: after the second time, they will do a match exercise. By doing so, their logical ability can be strengthened. And for the third time, they will be asked to fill in the chart. By doing so, they can be more familiar with the new words and phrases.
After these activities, students’ listening ability and their logical thinking ability will be improved.
Step 4: post-listening.
In this part, students will do some pair work and role play to strengthen their understanding of this listening material and their oral English.
Step 5: summary and homework.
In this part, I will ask a student to help us summarize what we have learned today so that students can grasp the main target of this lesson. Then I will leave them a task to deepen what we have learned today by making a new conversation with the sentence pattern in this listening material. By doing so, students can master the usage of the sentence pattern.
7. Analysis of the blackboard Design
The last part of my teaching plan is the blackboard design. It is as follows:
It is simple but clear. Students can easily get the main points of this lesson.
That’s all for my presentation. Thank you.