1. Through the study of Lesson 35 students should have a clear comprehension of the close relation between the animals and human beings.
2. Study the language items in the lesson.
1.a tape recorder 2.a projector 3.the blackboard 4. A set of multi-media equipment.
Step I Lead-in
1.T show a picture of Tiger or movie clips of Northeastern Tiger in Northeast. Ask them some questions as follows:
What are these? (2) Where can you find them? (3) Do you think it is good for them to be in the cage of the zoo? (4) Do you like the tigers in the circus?
2.Write the following words on the Bb,
FACTS: (5-10 million, one per one year, one per one day, 1/2 million )
REASONS: first, second.
StepⅡWatching and Listening
1. Listen and read aloud the text after the tape. Pay attention to intonation and pronunciation. Ask Ss to try to find the answers or key words for the topics on the Bb.
1).What happened three billion years ago?
2).What happened between the years 1550 and 1950?
3).What about by the year 1985?
4).Why is the tiger in China in danger?
5).Why is the number of tigers in India growing now?
1). There are many different kinds of living things.
2). An average of one kind of living thing died out each year.
3). This had risen to one per day .
4). Many of the forests where they lived were destroyed and tigers were hunted and killed.
5). Because the shooting of tigers was topped in 1970.
Step III Reading
Check the Ss the reading ability. Ask students main idea for each part.
Part 1: animals dying out
Part 2: Reasons for animals dying out
Part 3: Examples of animals dying out
Part 4: Progress made in protecting animals
Step IV Language points
1. Deal with some difficult points, T teaches the Ss the languages like the following: 1) die out 2) in danger 3) no more than 4) go on an organized trip to 5) purpose 6) go off 7) be busy measuring 8) to one’s joy
Step V Practice
1. Get Ss to do Ex 2 P115. Tell them to fill in the blanks without looking back at the text.
2. Ask one student to act as a librarian in national museum of nature history. And other students to ask some questions about some certain animal, such as Panda:
How many Pandas are in the World? Why they are few? What can we do to protect them? and so on.
Step VI Reading comprehension
A Day in the Forest
Ss come to the blackboard to write down all the past participle they can find from the passage and then are asked to pick out those that can be used as adjectives
Step VII Watching and Listening
Please answer these questions after that.
1.What was the purpose of the trip of the students to the forest?
2. What were the students given when they arrived and what did they have to do with them?
3. What did the monitor and the writer decide to find in the forest?
4. Why did they put some water into a bottle after lunch?
5. What was Sun Yao doing when his classmates found him?
1.The students record all the wildlife and plants that they could find in the forest.
2.They were give n printed question papers and they had to fill in the answers in their notebooks.
3.They decided to find a plant that had recently been discovered.
4. In order to test if the water was polluted.
5. He was busy measuring a plant and taking photographs of it.
Step VIII Word study
Play the game to see who can find as many as possible the past participles in the text on Page 53. Then explain the functions of these words.
Step IX Homework
1.Write a passage about Man destroyed around us environment by using two texts.
2.Fish off the Workbook exercises.
3. Retell two passage with your own words.