Its ear are long. Its eyes are small. Its mouth is small. It tail is short. What is it? It is a rabbit.
Knowledge aim: Students will master the words “long, small, short, ears, eyes mouth, tail...”
Ability aim: Students can get the key information about rabbit and use the words to describe other animals.
Emotional aim: Students will improve their interest in English.
Teaching Key Points:
Students can understand the meaning of the words “long, small short” and use them to describe other animals.
Teaching Difficult Points:
Cultivate students awareness of loving animals and protecting animals.
TPR teaching method, Communicative teaching method, task-based teaching method.
Pictures, Blackboard and so on.
Step 1: Warming up
2.Let students guess a riddle about rabbits. (Teacher need to make some actions to help students guess the answer- rabbit) and then lead in the topic “A rabbit”.
Step 2: Pre-reading
1. Show Students different pictures of rabbits to let students discover the common points.
2. Invite two students to try to describe rabbits in their own words.
3. Teach students these words “ tail, mouth ,ears, eyes”
Step 3: While-reading
1.Let students read the sentences and circle the words that are used to describe rabbits and invite one student to share.
2.Read them again and find out what part of the rabbits do they describe? After that, invite two students to write and draw a picture on the blackboard.
Step 4: Post-reading
Make a survey: Let students work in group of four. They’ll be given 15 minutes to ask each other about what are they favorite animals and fill in the survey table. After that, invite some students to share their survey result by intimating the animals in front of the blackboard.
Step 5: Summary & Homework
Summary: Invite a student to be a small teacher, to make a summary about what we have learned today.
Homework: Draw a picture of your favorite animals and share it to your friends.