The emphasis of this period will be placed on the important new words, expressions in the part of Vocabulary and Reading. And get the students to find out the meaning of the text, then give some explanations about them , and offer practice to make students master the important words of usage.To consolidate the contents of the reading passage , students should be required to retell the text in their own words .In order to arouse students interest , the teacher can hold a competition.
Get the students to learn and grasp the following important useful new words and expressions in the part:
Learn the language in this part and train the students in the reading comprehension.
1) Improve the Ss ability in reading.
2) Train the Ss to grasp the meaning of the words from the context.
Learning to love the new high school life and forming positive attitude towards language learning in new surroundings.
重点：let the students learn how to introduce their school and their school life.
难题：Know different school systems of different countries.
新授课教学基本环节：预习检查 概括疑惑; 情景导入 展示目的;合作探究 精讲点拨;深思概括 当堂测试;发导学案 布置预习。
Step 2. Introduction
Step 3. Pre-reading activities Lead in the study of the text by carrying out the activities 1and 2 of this part.
Step 4. Fast-reading Ask the students to read the passage quickly and then do activity 3.
Step 3. Detailed-reading
A. Decide if the following sentences are true or false?
1. Li Kang lives in our capital, Beijing.
2. It is his first day at Junior High school.
3. Li Kang knows why his new school is good.
4. Ms. Shen is very enthusiastic to her students.
5. Li Kang likes Ms. Shens attitude, but the others dont.
B. Do activities 4, 5, 6.
C. Analysis of the passage :Which is the best summary of Li Kangs opinion about the new school?
Step 5. Post-reading Choose the answers with the same meaning as the sentences from the text.
Step 6. Discuss
The students work in teams and encourage them to give their opinions and finally two teams report their opinions to the whole class.
Step 7. Homework
Write a one-hundred-word article to describe your senior high school, such as your classroom, your English teacher and your lessons.