Lead in（5’）Hello, boys and girls, nice to see you again. How are you ? You are fine. Just so so. OK, now, we will start studying Lesson 2 My days of the week. First, I will play a song for you, please listen and then chant following it. At the same time, tapping your hands to the radio. OK, let’s go.Wow, how beautiful the melody is! Do you enjoy it?
Presentation（20’）Do you know how many days a week? Yes,seven and what are they? It is not a easy question for you guys. Aha. Today, we will study the days of the week. Now, please turn to page16 Let’s Learn. Here is a class schedule. Read it carefully and then try to guess the meaning of the five words above the chart. Now, can you tell me what are they? Yes, they are the five days we stay at school. In these days, students must go to school and workers go to work. We call these days as Weekdays. Then what about the days when we needn’t go to school? Yes. They are weekends. We can be free in these two days.They are Saturday and Sunday. Now, we have got the seven days of a week. Please read them following me. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Once again. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. OK，now, according to this chart, you are asked to finish a task. Two students a group, one to ask questions and the other to answer. You are asked to finish four questions in five minutes. And then I will invite a group to show us your result. Clear? I went across the classroom and found that almost all of you have asked the question of “what day is today?” You are clever. Well done? What day is yesterday? Great! It is Sunday. What day is tomorrow? Very good. Tuesday. OK, now, it’s the show time. Any volunteer? Great, let’s welcome Han Meimei and Li Lei. Well, you guys are asked to write down the questions Han Meimei asked and judge the answers, OK? Perfect! Thank you for your performance. What are the four questions Han Meimei asked? You guys are race to answer. Who knows please put up hand. OK, John. Yes, what day is today? Yes. That boy. Very good, what do we have on Fridays? The girl near the window. How many English classes a week? Aha. And the last one. Penny ? Great,when we start class? Marvelous. You do surprise me. What about Li Lei’s answers? Yes, all of Li Lei’s answers are right.
Practice(7’)Boys and girls, now we have learned the main words and sentence patterns of this part, how much have you got? Let’s do practice. First, look at Let’s Listen and circle. I will play the record for you, please listen carefully and try to imitate. Now, let’s start. Well done! I have designed an activity for you. We have the real school schedule, right? Each of you must have your favourite day. You will be given two minutes to think and then talk with your group members. Each group has a headman and the headman please write down your members’ answers. OK? Four students a group. I will go across the classroom, if you have any problem, please put up your hands. Now, let’s start it. Time is up. You guys have done a good job.
Consolidation（8’）Now, let’s do a survey. I want you to report the result of the survey about what is my favourite day to me. In this way, we need a recorder to do statistics and the headman of each group to report to the recorder. During this process, you must use English,clear? When you finish it, the recorder come to report to me. Very good. Sit down, please. You guys enjoy your weekends, aha, so do I. It is the nature of human being, we are all fond of being free. Anyway, we should finish our task and take our responsibility, right?
Summary(3’)OK, now, we have learned the main content of Part A. Can you make a summary? Yes, we have learned the days of the week. They are Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Anything else? Exactly.We also learn how to ask the day. We have learned some expressions about the days of the week and learned how to make a survey.
Homework(2’)In the end, I have to say you have homework to do. Frist, finish Read and Write on Page6. Second, ask your parents questions with the words and sentence we have learned today when you are at home. Clear? OK, let’s call it a day. See you next time!