Teaching Plan for Module 6(NSE Book I)
The Second Period,Reading And Vocabulary :"The Internet and Telecommunications" I. Teaching Objectives 1. Language Objectives (1) Be able to master the key words and expressions： accessible, consist of, create, develop, millionaire, network, organization, percentage, source, system, university, web, web browser, via, permission (2) Be able to master the important sentences: ① They created a network of computers called DARPANET. ② NSFNET became known as the Inter-Network, or “Internet”. ③ He came up with the idea of the World Wide Web in 1989 . ④ Berners-Lee made it possible for everyone to use the Internet, not just universities and the army. ⑤ Everyone in the world can access the Internet using his World Wide Web system. 2. Ability Objectives (1) Enable the students to talk about the Internet and the World Wide Web. (2) Train the students listening, speaking, writing and reading ability. 3. Moral Objectives (1) To raise students’ interests in Internet and form the attitude towards the usage of the Internet. (2) To teach students to use the resources in a proper way and avoid indulging in electronic games. II. Important Points 1. Learn the development of the Internet, the World Wide Web . 2. Improve the students’reading ability. 3. Master the usage of some words and phrases. III. Difficult Points 1. How to analyze the text and grasp the main idea of the text; 2. How to develop the students’ reading ability. IV. Teaching Methods 1. Communicative Approach: Asking and answering, skimming, scanning, group work and discussion, explaining. 2. Teaching Aids: a tape recorder, a projector and a computer …
V. Teaching Procedures Step I Revision (3 mins) T: Good morning, boys and girls! S: Good morning, Miss Hu! T: Before we start the class, let’s review some words. Please look at PPT. Listen and read. T: accessible,academic,army,communication, consist of, create, data, defense, develop, lecturer, military, millionaire, network, organization, percentage, source, system, university, web, web browser, via, document, permission. Step II Lead-in (5 mins) T: From the last class, we know the Internet is playing a more and more important role in our daily life. It changes our life greatly. All right? S: Yes. T: I often surf the Internet for useful information. How about you? Do you like surfing the Internet? What can we do on the Internet? You can discuss with your partner. Divide the students into small groups to discuss. Two minutes later, collect their answers. T: Who would like to share your idea to us? S: We can chat online with our friends and parents. S: We can play games and sing songs. S: Watching movies and study on the Internet. T: Well done. We can use the Internet to search for information,chat on the Internet, do online shopping, play games and send E-mails to friends. Anyway, we use the Internet to get what we need and enjoy ourselves. But do you know anything about the history and development of the Internet? Ss: No. T: OK. Today we will learn more information about Internet and the World Wide Web. Step III Fast Reading (14 mins) 1. Scanning (5 mins) T: Now, please turn to page 52. Listen to the tape and try to find the answers to these questions in Activity 1. Let’s take up the reading now.
1) What is the Internet？ 2) How did it start? 3) What is the World Wide Web? 4) Who invented it？ Three minutes later, check the answers with the whole class. T: Who would like to tell me what the Internet is? S: The Internet is the biggest source of information in the world, and it’s accessible through a computer. T: Yes. Great. How did it start? S: It’s in paragraph 2. The whole paragraph. T: Yes. Very good. In 1969, DARPA, a US defense organization created a net of computers called DARPANET, which was only used in the army. Later in 1984, NSF started NSFNET, which made it possible for universities to use the system as well. NSFNET is so-called “Internet”. T: Perfect. How about the next two questions? S: The World Wide Web is a computer network that allows computers to access information from millions of websites via the Internet.It was invented by Berners-Lee. T: Well done. So much for the questions. 2.Analyze the text and grasp the main idea of the text. (9 mins) T: Please read the passage again, and match the main idea with each paragraph. Three minutes will give you. Now go ahead. Paragraph Paragraph 1 Paragraph 2 Paragraph 3 Paragraph 4 Paragraph 5 Paragraph 6 Main idea a. The present situation of Berners-Lee b. The invention of the World Wide Web c. The definition of the World Wide Web d. The contribution of Berners-Lee e. The development of the Internet f. The definition of the Internet
Three minutes later, ask the students to tell the answer of each paragraph. T: Now who would like to tell me the main idea of the first paragraph? S: f.The definition of the Internet.
T: You are right. What about the second paragraph? S: e.The development of the Internet T: Very good. How about next paragraph? S: The definition of the World Wide Web T: Thank you. Next paragraph? S: b.The invention of the World Wide Web T: Yes, you are clever. How about the fifth paragraph? S: d.The contribution of Berners-Lee T: So we can know the last paragraph talks about the present situation of Berners-Lee.Now we know something about the Internet, the World Wide Web and Berners-Lee, so how many parts we can divide this passage into? Ss: Three parts. T: Now choose the main idea of each part. A. Introduce the inventor of World Wide Web--Berners-Lee. B. The definition & development of the Internet . C. The definition & invention of the World Wide Web The passage is divided into Part 1(1-2): Part 2(3-4): Part 3(5-6): three B C A parts.
T: You did a good job! From the main idea of each paragraph and the main idea of each part, we can know the main idea of this passage. Internet and the World Wide Web are two important networks. They change our life greatly. The Internet is the biggest source of information. The World Wide Web is a computer network. People can get information from millions of websites via Internet. T: They provide quick and easy ways for us to explore the information and enjoy ourselves online. As a student, you should use them correctly. Step IV Careful Reading (22 mins) 1. Do true-false exercises. T: Now please turn to page 53. Look at Activities 3. Read the text carefully and do true-false exercises. I’ll give you four minutes. Go ahead.
Four minutes later, check students’s answer. T: Let’s check the answers. Sentence 1, true or false? Ss: True. T: You are right. What about sentence 2? Ss: True. T: Sentence 3, true or false? Ss: False. T: How do you know? Ss: ... T: From sentence 2, we know the US army were the first people who used an Internet system, so universities started using the Internet at the different time as the army.So sentence 3 is wrong. Clear? Ss: Yes. T: How about sentence 4? True or false? Ss: True. T: And sentence 5? True or false? Ss: True. T: And the last sentence? Tell me who is “He”? Ss: Tim Berners-Lee. And it’s false. T: Yes. From Paragraph 6, the first sentence. We can know “The Internet has created thousands of millionaires, but Berners-Lee is not one of them”, so sentence 6 is wrong. Clear? Ss: Yes. 2. Deal with some difficult sentences in the passage. T: We have finished the passage. Do you have any difficulties? Ss: Yes. T: OK! Now let’s deal with some language points. T: Please look at paragraph 2. Find this sentence — “They created a network of computers called DARPANET”. What does this sentence mean? Ss: ... T: It means a network that was called DARPANET. Here, “called” is the past participle,and it is used as Attributive Clause. For example: We visited a house
owned by his father. A company operated by his uncle. Understand? Ss: Yes. T: Do you know the difference among “become known as” ,“become known for” and “become known to”? Ss: ... T: Please compare the three sentences and fill in the blanks using “as”, “for” and “to”. Rihanna is known as a famous singer. 蕾安娜作为歌手而出名。 Rihanna is known for her good-singing voice. 蕾安娜因好的歌喉而出名。 Rihanna is known to us because she sings well. 蕾安娜被我们所熟知因为她唱得很好。 T: In paragraph 4 — He came up with the idea of the World Wide Web in 1989.
What does “came up with” mean? Ss: ... T: “Came up with” means “put forward”. And there is another meaning of this phrase, “keep up with”, “catch up with”. T: In paragraph 5—Everyone in the world can access the Internet using his World Wide Web system. How to understand “using his World Wide Web system”? T: Here the Present Participle is used as Adverbial Clause of Manner. For example, He was sitting on the sofa, watching TV. / The students enter the classroom, talking and laughing. Step V Summary (1 mins) T: In this class, we have learned the passage about the Internet and World Wide Web. From the text, we can see the fast development of the hi-tech. If they can be used successfully in our daily life, they will be the best and quickest ways to communicate. Step VI Homework Assignment (1 mins) 1. Review the words we have learned; 2. Prepare Grammar 1 and Grammar 2; 3.Write a composition about this topic “advantages and disadvantages of Internet”.
VI. Blackboard Design Lesson 2, Unit 6 The Internet and Telecommunications (1) Important words (2) The passage is divided into parts. Part 1(1-2): Part 2(3-4): Part 3(5-6): B C A three Homework: 1. Review the words we have learned; 2. Prepare Grammar 1 and Grammar 2; 3.Write a composition about this topic and of
and phrases: Be known as Be known for Be known to Came up with keep up with catch up with
“advantages disadvantages Internet”.