高二英语back to the past task教案
Teaching Objectives: 1 to teach and instruct students somespecific procedures when trying to achievea goal 2 to make students beawareof the appropriate ways of performing each individual procedureand master theskills 3 to make surestudents haveopportunities to combinethe skills they have learned with reality 4 to aid students to chooseand organize the information they have got and help them complete their products 5 to enhancestudents’ overall abilities and improve their integrated skills
Important and difficult points: Make students learn how to write an outline of a speech and how to host a talk about ahistorical
Teaching procedures: Part A: object complement Step1 lead in
Revise thegrammar items in this unit (object complements, either…or…and neither…nor…, and subject-verbagreement). Situation 1: ------ Did you find anything special when you went to theclassroom? ------ No, I didn’t. ------ You found the door open, didn’t you? ------ Oh, yes. But I found nobody in the classroom. l Position V. + Object + object complement
eg: Theinspector shot thedrug-dealer dead. (= Thedrug-deal was shot dead by the inspector.) Step2 learn the usageof object complement
Situation 2: ------ What do you think about her performance? ------ Weconsider that her performanceis a big success. We consider her performance a big success. ) ------ What do people think about dogs? ------ Peoplebelieve that dogs arehonest. ( People believedogs to be honest. ) l Usage An object complement , which gives information about theobject, can be a noun,
a noun phrase, an adjective,
a to-infinitive, abare infinitive, or a prepositional phrase.
Practisein oject complement.
------What do you think about Harry Potter? ------I find it ________________________. ------What happened to the man? ------Theman was kept _________. Step4: Use the words and phrases in the box to complete the following ? Professor Zhang is a great archaeologist. His work has madethe archaeological discovery of
Loulan (1)_______________. We believe him (2)__________________________ as his work seems never ending. ? Wehave all found Professor Zhang (3)______________. He took the time to answer all our
questions and his answers werevery wise. Wehavefound him (4)_________________. ?
I walked in the desert with the other students this afternoon and wefound thedesert
(5)_______________. Theheart almost droveme (6)_____________even though I was wearing very thin
cotton trousers to keep me(7)__________. It seems that I shouldn’t have brought all thosethick clothes with me. I should haveleft them(8)____________________. Part B: either…orandneither… nor Step1: the useof either …or and nether …nor Situation ------ I havegot one ticket for Liu Xiang’s 110m hurdleraceto beheld in Nanjing. _______ you _____ your desk-matecan have it. ------ Is it on Saturday or on Sunday? ------ It is on next Monday. ------ Oh, what apity. I am afraid __________ I Step2: summary: (1) Either … or… ____ my desk-matecan enjoy it.
can beused to express theidea of alternatives. eg: You can choose either A or B, which means you have two choices, i. e, you can chooseany oneof thetwo. (2) Neither … nor… can beused to join two negative ideas together. eg: Neither A nor B is proper in question one, which means A is not proper, and B is not proper either. § Situation
------ Whosefault is it? ( not yours / not mine ) ------ It is neither your fault nor mine. It’s your friend Jack’s fault. Part C: Subject-verb agreement Step1: Practiseand summarize: Fill in the blanks with the right verb forms:
1.Thepeople’s republic of China _____(be) founded in 1949. 2.Thefood they offered on the plane ______(be) delicious. Theverb should be singularif the subject is. 3.Two hours_____(be) not enough for so much homework. 4.Twenty thousand dollars_____(be) a large amount of money to me. Theverb should be singularif the subject is a phrase of measurement,moneyordistance. All of us _____ __ ( attend) thelecture about Pompeii .
Most of the lecture ______(be) about how the ancient city was discovered. I spent only 30 yuan buying books and the rest of money_______(be) spent on my food. When thesubject is all of/ someof /half of+noun/pronoun, theverb agrees with thenoun and pronoun.
An expert with someassistants_____
(be) sent to work in Gansu Province.
No on except two teachers________( know) thesecret.
Xiao Ming as well as his parents_____(be) interested in music. When thesubject followed bywith/ together with/aswell as/, theverb agrees with thesubject. Either theteam leader or the guides _____ (be) looking after the students.
Neither noodles nor rice______(be) delicious today. Either you or the headmaster_______(be) to hand out prizes to thosegifted students at the meeting. Not only you but also I_______(be) puzzled at her worried look. When neither…nor/ either…or/ not only…but also…are used to join the subjects of a sentence, theverb agrees with thesubject closest to it. His family_____(be ) to move to thecountrysidenext month. His family _____all (be) fond of popular music. Our school______(be) a key schoolin Jiangsu Province. Our school______doing (do) morning exercises now on theplayground.
When the subject is a group noun like: class/ family/ government/ team… , we use a singular verb if the noun identifiesa singular or unit, ora plural verb if it identifiesa number of individuals. Step2: Exercise. 1. Each of you ______ responsible for theaccident. a. am b. be c. is d. are
2. Each man and woman ______ the samerights. a. has b. have c. had d. is having
3. Every means ______ tried but without much result. a. has been b. havebeen c. are d. is
4. There______ in this room. a. are too much furniture c. aretoo much furnitures b. is too many furnitures d. is too much furniture
5. Themanager or his assistant ______ planning to go.
6. Not only I but also David and Iris ______ fond of playing basketball. a. am b. is c. are d. was
7. Neither Tom nor his parents ______ at home. a. is b. are c. has d. was
8. Either thedean or the principal ______ themeeting. a. attends c. areattending b . Attend d. haveattended
9. ______ was wrong. a. Not theteacher but thestudents b. Both thestudents and theteacher c. Neither theteacher not thestudents d. Not thestudents but the teacher
10. “______ twenty dollars a big sum to her?” “I supposeso.” a. Will be Homework: Do exercisein the work book. b. Is c. Are d. Were
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