Knowledge aim: Students will master the changes of third person singular verbs.
Ability aim: Students can use sentence to describe what other people do in their daily life.
Emotional aim: Students will improve their interest in English and realize they should cherish the time.
Teaching Key Points:
Students know how to describe daily activities at exact time.
Teaching Difficult Points:
Students can apply the structure into daily communication.
Inductive teaching method, TPR teaching method, Communicative teaching method, task-based teaching method.
Pictures, Blackboard and so on.
Step 1: Warming up
2.Sing a chant, invite the whole students to do the action when singing together.
In the morning GO GO GO
Brush your teeth! Brush your teeth! In the morning SHUA SHUA SHUA
Go to school! Go to school! In the morning GO GO GO
Step 2: Presentation
1.Show Students four pictures to review the words get up, brush teeth, have lunch, go to school
2.Say sentences to the Students and let them find out what the changes are.
e.g. I get up at 6:00 in the morning. Kitty gets up at 6:00 in the morning.
e.g. I brush teeth at 6:30 in the morning. Kitty brushes teeth at 6:30 in the morning.
3.Make a conclusion. When we say he/she/other’s name, we change the words ‘get-gets’, ‘brush-brushes’, ‘have-has’, ‘go-goes’.
Step 3: Practice
Invite one student coming in front, do the action and let other students say the sentence: He/She goes to school.
Step 4: Production
Make a survey: Let students work in their group of four. They’ll be given 15 minutes to ask some questions with each other and fill in the survey table about what they do at what time. After that, invite some students to share their survey result by saying ‘XX gets up at 6:30’, etc.
Step 5: Summary & Homework
Summary: Invite a student to be a small teacher, to make a summary about what we have learned today.
Homework: Let students to think and design ‘A Day of Peppa Pig’. They may draw some pictures. Tomorrow two of them will be invited to share their works and say some sentences to introduce a day of Peppa Pig.