1.Revise main idea of lesson 19 and useful expressions in Unit 5
2.Revise the Non-restrictive Attributive Clause
Step I: Revision
1.Check the homework exercise
2.Revise the main idea of L.19
In which part of the U.S.A was the film set?
Why had people gone there?
What was the weather like?
What did they eat?
3.Revise useful expressions
Step II Practice
Deal with Practice (SB Page 30) orally. The T make sure that the Ss know the instructions. Get the Ss to work in pairs, and then ask five pairs to read their answers.
Step III Correction
Deal with Correction (SB Page 30).
1. The T explain to the Ss that some of the sentences re correct and that others contain mistakes.
2.Let some students do it on the blackboard and others on their exercise-book.. Then check the answer together.
Step IV Test
A test on Non-restrictive Attributive Clause.
Complete these sentences, using the correct word who/which/whose/when/where/whom
1.”Modern Times”, in ___ Chaplin plays the part of a factory worker, is my favourite film.
2. Chapin lived the rest of his life in Switzerland, ___ he died.
3. Chapin, ___ parents were dancers, started acting at an early age.
4.I like “The Gold Rush”, in ___ Chapin goes to the west to look for gold.
5.In 1977,___ Chapin died, I was living in the UAS.
6.Chapin, from ___ other film directors learnt a lot, made some great comedies
7.Chapin’s brother, ___ was also an actor, was never famous.
8.Chapin grew up in London, from ___ he sailed to New York.
9.I have never seen “A King in New York”, ___ was not popular.
10.Chapin,___ daughter also acted in films, married several times.
Step V Listening
1.Read the instructions and make sure the Ss understand what to do. Play the tape twice and finish Ex1—3.
2.Discuss the answers with Ss Play the tape again.
3.Check the answers to Ex1—3 and finish Ex 4
Step VI Writing
Read the instructions at first. The T makes notes on the blackboard and Let the Ss work in groups, discussing the famous person. At last The T hold a class discussion to choose the person to write out. The T can ask a few students to read what they write.
Step VII Homework
Finish off the Workbook exercises.