# 高一英语教学优质教案：Unit1Task03（牛津译林版必修2）.doc

英语必修2译林牛津版Unit 1教案11（Task03）Period Eleven Task 3 Writing a report.Teaching goals1. Enable students to analyze statistics and write a report.2. Help students learn how to draw conclusions and make suggestions by analyzing statistics3. .Teaching important difficult pointsThe skills of writing a report..Teaching sGuided writing..Teaching aidsThe multimedia. 教师高考扫荡狂练完形填空夹叙夹议85.I was never a starter for my high school football team. No matter how1I practiced I was always on the second string. A few of us backups even2called ourselves the3boys and gave each other nicknames. Mine was “Splinter 瘦猴.”During one of the last games of the year,4, there came a point when I finally5it onto the field with the starters. It was my6chance and I was determined to7myself. It wasnt long either before the ball unexpectedly8its way into my hands. I saw the end zone and turned to9down the field for a touchdown 触地得分. It was my shining moment and it10so good. It lasted for about one second. That is when an11player crashed into my back. It was Splintert first and last shining moment before12back to the bench.Since that time I have had a lot of shining moments in my life13most of them probably didnt look that14in the eyes of the world. But I have come to see life from a15viewpoint. When I open a16for someone, share a smile with a17, and laugh with my children then I know that I am glowing bright. When I stop to help another, pass on a18word, and do a loving act then I know that I am19. I have come to learn that it is these shining moments that20our lives here.1. A. farB. longC. earlyD. hard2. A. jokinglyB. secretlyC. naturallyD. cruelly3. A. dullB. fieldC. benchD. side4. A. besidesB. thoughC. thereforeD. anyway5. A. madeB. forcedC. caughtD. found6. A. smallB. narrowC. bigD. lucky7. A. enjoyB. proveC. beatD. devote8. A. madeB. flewC. pushedD. bounced9. A. turnB. lieC. jumpD. run10. A. feltB. lookedC. becameD. appeared11. A. ordinaryB. honestC. opposingD. angry12. A. movingB. headingC. fightingD. paying13. A. althoughB. sinceC. becauseD. unless14. A. importantB. gracefulC. brightD. worthwhile15. A. commonB. generalC. similarD. different16. A. bottleB. doorC. windowD. Closet17. A. strangerB. friendC. childD. teammate18. A. funnyB. simpleC. kindD. short19. A. actingB. winningC. progressingD. shining20. A. take upB. make upC. consist ofD. stand for参考答案85.DACBACBDDACBACDBACDB .Teaching proceduresStep 1 Skill building 3 Writing a reportIn this step, students will learn how to analyze statistics gathered from questionnaires and how to draw conclusions and make suggestions through the statistics. This skill of analyzing statistics will help us to write a report.T After doing a survey, people will get some statistics. What do they do with the statisticsS I think they will analyze the statistics and draw some conclusions which will help them make decisions.T Good. But there is one more important purpose, to make suggestions. Now turn to page 16 and read the two points on how to analyze statistics to draw conclusions and make suggestions.After students finish reading.T Now lets look at the pie chart and analyze some statistics about some students hobbies and interests on page 16. Then discuss in pairs about the conclusions or suggestions.Check the answers together.Suggested answersConclusions2. The second most popular activity for students in the school is surfing the Internet.4. Only a few students in the school like reading.5. Most students in the school do not like dancing.Suggestions2. The school should help students understand how to use the Internet for study and research.3. The school should find ways to get the students interested in reading.4. School social events should not include dancing, because most students simply are not interested in it. T Now can you say something about how to draw conclusions and make suggestionsS1Ive learnt that in order to draw conclusions we should first analyze and compare different statistics and find the relationship between them, for example which one has the most percent of people and which one has less people. So you may express the differences in number.S2I think when we draw conclusions, we should refer to the conclusions one by one and give suggestions according to them. Of course we have various ways to express them.Step2 PresentationIn this part, students will read a chart, which gives statistics about students favourite sports, and a report, which gives conclusions and suggestions after analysing the statistics. They will write a report on starting a book club to get students interested in reading.1. Have students look at the chart in Part A on page 17, and work in groups of four and try to analyze the statistics, draw some conclusions and make some suggestions. Ask some groups to report their conclusions and suggestions to the whole class.2. Ask students to read the report in Part A on page 17 carefully and discuss how to write a report. Analyzing the factsdrawing some conclusions from the factsgiving details of suggestions.3. Finish the task in Part B on page17. You are to write a report on greeting the students at your school interested in reading by starting a book club. Use the ination on page 16, the sample report in Part A and the statistics in Part B on page 17.First divide students into groups of four and let them list the statistics that are key to the report. Then they are asked to draw some conclusions and make suggestions. At last they will write a report about their findings.Sample answersFrom our recent survey of students, we have found that only 8 percent of the students like reading. The most popular reading subject is humour, which 28 percent of the students enjoy. This is closely followed by travel books, which 25 percent of the students are interested in. 16 percent of the students like reading about sports and twelve percent like science books. A small number of the students like other subjects, such as history. We want to get the students interested in reading. For this reason, we suggest that we have a humour book club, since humour is the most popular subject. Each class would have its own club meetings once a week . At the meetings, they could discuss what books they are currently reading, and could even read aloud some funny bits from the books. The class monitors could then come up with a list of humour books which are popular with the students, and this list could be shared with teh other classes. This would be a good way to encourege students to read by helping them learn about books that they might enjoy.Step 3 Language Points1. analyse/analyze （P 16） vt.分析，解析 analyse the statistics 分析数据 analysis（un./cn. 复数analyses）分析，解析2. draw a conclusion/conclusions （P 17）得出结论3. make suggestions （P 17）提出建议4. For this reason, we suggest that we organize a school basketball tournament, since basketball is the most popular sport in the school. （P 17） suggest表“建议”时，接宾语从句时用虚拟语气should 动词原形，should可省略. He suggested that the work should be started at once. suggest表“暗示，表明”时，接宾语从句时不用虚拟语气. Her serious expression suggested that she was angry.6. We could offer awards to the winning team and the most enthusiastic players. （P 17）offer sth. to sb. 提供某人某物，（主动）把某物给某人award n. 奖，奖品，奖金 vt. 授予，奖励Step 4 Summary and HomeworkIn this period, we have learnt how to give conclusions and suggestions after analysing the statistics. And we have learnt how to write a report. After class, we can learn from more model reports. Record after teaching

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