Teaching aims and demands
1.Practise how to solve the problems through the telephone call.
2.Learn the langue points in this dialogue.
Step 1 Lead --- in
1. Show the students a few beautiful key rings (or other things), and then talk with them about their hobbies.
T: I have a student whom likes collecting key rings. Once he showed me his rings. That’s a large collection of about one hundred key rings. They are colorful and of different size and shapes. It took him more than three years to have got such a big collection, and he told me hat his hobby did not cost very much. He often tells people about his hobby, so on his birthday he often receives some nice and special key rings as presents from his friends, his parents and relatives.
2. Ask the students about their hobbies and then collect their answers.
(1) What are your hobbies?
(2) Does your hobby take much of your spare time?
(3) Do you like collecting thing?
(4) Does the collection cost s lot of money?
(5) Do your parents have any objection to your hobbies? Why?
Step 2 Dialogue Presentation
T: Now let’s listen to a dialogue between Bruce and Zhou Lan. They are talking on the telephone about stamps. Listen to it carefully and then you will answer some questions.
The first listening:
(1) Why does Bruce phone Zhou Lan?
(2) Why does Bruce say “ Excuse me” when he phones Zhou Lan?
The second listening:
Listen and repeat. Ask the students to read the dialogue.
Step 3 Language points
1. no longer / no more / not any longer / not any more 不再, 再也不
--- no more / no longer 放在 be 动词、助动词、情态动词之后，行为动词之前. No more 多用来修饰具体动词；no longer多用来修饰某种具体状态动词．例如：
He no longer lived here.
He has no more trouble.
Bruce works in a company. He is no more a student.
--- 表示时间“一度，曾经”，强调以前的情况不再继续下去，once but not now。用no longer, not any longer, not any more.但no longer, not any longer多与持续性动词连用；not any more 多与终止性动词连用。
She used to study English, but she doesn’t study it any longer/any more.
I am afraid she doesn’t live here any longer/any more.
Does Tom live here? No he no longer lives here.
He is no longer happy.
He doesn't come here any more.( 不用any longer)
---涉及数量或程度时，要用no more. ---替代事物时用 not any more.
There is no more bread on the desk.
I have no more money to spend on new clothes.
I don’t want any more.
He is no more a genius than I am.
Since no more persons come,. Let’s begin. (adj.)
When no more steam comes, they might get burnt
He has no more books than I do.
I can’t sing this, no more can him.
2. What a pity! What a shame!
I am sorry that I can’t join you in the travel. What a shame!
It is a shame that he can’t join us in the travel.
It is a pity that he didn’t pass the exam.
3. You may use the following phrases to ask for person who would like to speak to:
Is … there?
Is that … ?
Can I speak to …?
4.You may use the following phrases to introduce yourself:
This … speaking.
5.You may use the following phrases to answer a call:
Hello, who is that?
Hi, whom is that speaking?
6.If you are not the person the caller wants to speak to, you can just him:
Hold on, please.
Hold on a moment. I’ll go and ask him/her.
7.If the person who the caller is calling is not in, you may say:
… is not here now. Can I take a massage for you?
Could you leave a massage?
Step 4 Dialogue Practice
Situation: Suppose you are Bruce, please tell your classmates why you phoned Zhou Lan the night before. Or suppose you are Zhou Lan, please tell them why Bruce phoned you late the night before.
Bruce telephoned me late last night, for he has only just got home that moment. Last time Bruce saw that I had a cock year stamp, so he yesterday evening he called to ask me if I could sell it to him. But it was a great pity that I sold it last week. I really didn't know Bruce needed it so much. However, I promised to try to find one for him.
Ask the students to play the parts of Bruce and his father to talk about the call Bruce made just now. Or ask them to play the parts of Zhou Lan and her father to talk about the call she received just now.
Step 5 Dialogue Presentation
Ask the students to make phone calls to their classmates to talk about their hobbies.
Situation 1: Student B likes collecting Bobby dolls. Student A happened to find a new type of Bobby doll in the store. She is now phoning student B.
Situation 2: Student A likes collecting coins. His father is going to give a tour performance in Europe. He asks his father to get some foreign coins for him.
Step 6 Homework
1.Finish off the Workbook exercises .
2.Review Lesson 22.