Nani English Textbook for Junior High, Book II, Lesson 9
word cards, wall charts, character cards, number cards, CD, CD player, a calendar
able to understand the context in dialog 2
can use the new words
can use the useful expressions
(1) Of course not.
(2) I’m not, either.
(3) Wait a minute.
1-2-2 can understand daily-life conversation and short stories
2-2-2 describe the situation in pictures by using simple English
2-2-3 can introduce friends and family members in simple English
2-2-6 can use simple English to describe people or things in one’s life
3-2-3 can read simple English forms and signs
3-2-4 can sing songs and chants with the teacher
3-2-6 can understand the content of dialogues, short articles, letters, stories and dramas.
4-2-1 can write simple sentences
I. Dialog 2
Ask students to look at the wall chart and use simple English to describe the things in the picture. Write 3 to 5 key words on the blackboard.
Students close the book and listen to the CD. Ask students some questions: Are the two girls talking about the same person? Where was Lisa last night? Where was Jay Chou yesterday? Why was Lisa nervous? Where were you last night? Were you (an adjective or adverb of place)?
Play the CD again. Students open the book, repeat after the CD and try to imitate the pronunciation and intonation.
Teach vocabulary words and phrases.
Students work in pair and practice the dialog. Students can change partners in the following three ways:
(1) The student seated in the front of a line can practice with the student seated in the back.
(2) The student seated on the right f a row can practice with the student seated on the left.
(3) The teachers can give students cards with numbers. Every two students given the same number will be partners.
Through practicing many times and changing partners, students can be more familiar with the dialog and be more interested in learning.
CD / CD player
Oral assessment to know if students understand the content and new words, especially the pronunciation.
II. Practice I
Students read aloud the useful expressions in the box.
Students read the dialog below and answer the questions.
Finally, students write down the answers.
1. Show students a calendar and teach different ways to indicate the time in the past.