Period: The third Period
Content: Lesson 23
Teaching Objectives: Students should master the dialogues, useful expressions about the present perfect tense and the object clause.
1. How long have you lived in…?
I ve live here since…
2. How long have you been doing sth.?
I ve been doing sth. for…
3. What s the longest time you ve been down?
I ve been down as long as…
4. … says (that)…
Ⅰ. Organizing the class
Greetings and a duty report.
To dictate the words last time.
Present the sentence:
How long have you learned English?
Ask some students to answer.
Then go on:
Do you like learning English?
Have the students practice this dialogue in Pairs, in groups. At last, act out the dialogue
Ⅳ. Read and say
Play the tape for the students to listen and repeat
How long has Lin Yang lived in Honolulu?
How long has Lin Yang been surfing?
Have the students ask the questions, check with the whole class.
Practice the dialogue in Pairs, then in groups.
Then act out the dialogue.
Ⅵ. Ask and answer
Talk about the dialogue of Part 2 in Pairs.
Finish the sentences in Pairs.
Talk in groups of three. The first student says something, the second student may ask: What does he / she say? The third student repeats using the Object Clause: He / She says that…
Finish off the exercises in the workbook.
Exercise in class:
Rewrite the following sentences with the Object clause.
1. Physics isn t easy to learn
2. Who does live in the room?
Do you know…
3. You have passed the exam.
I m glad…
4. He ll be back in a month.
5. Whose dictionary is this?
1. He says (that) physics isn t easy to learn.
2. Do you know who lives in the room?
3. I m glad that you have passed the exam.
4. I hear he ll be back in a month.
5. Tom asked whose dictionary this was.