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新课标展示课--好好刷牙,笑口常开 --- 枫叶英语一级

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新课标展示课--好好刷牙,笑口常开

枫叶英语一级

教学目标:听老师的指令,并读出来;选择并写出正确的单词,完成简单的描述;小组合作学习;养成良好的爱牙、洁牙习惯。

你见过“满地找牙”的课堂吗?你见过“口吐白沫”的课堂吗?5月16日外教Maria的一级英语课堂如是如实地让你见证。

本节课与枫叶英语新课标紧密结合,以任务式教学法为依托,给一级的宝贝们设计了环环相扣的任务,并且从跨文化的角度让孩子们充分认识到世界牙科组织对于人类牙科健康的关注。

一节有深度,有广度的课程到底有哪些引人入胜的精彩呢?

一首欢乐的《起床歌》,既复习了日常口语,又活跃了课堂,同时也收回了宝贝们的注意力,一举多得。

 接下来孩子们接受了Maria老师给出的两两一组的任务:打开神秘的信封,将调皮乱序的词汇宝贝们整齐排序,组成今日重点句型。

Just try, come on baby.”“You made it.  Excellent! ”是老师挂在嘴边的鼓励和肯定。

接下来,老师摇身一变,成为了一个牙科医生。一幕牙医和牙科病人Ashe之间的真实剧场,进一步将孩子们带入到了重视牙齿健康,关注口腔的场景。

为了远离口腔疾病,远离牙齿病患,孩子们从小能做的就是---良好的口腔护理习惯。 接着,就出现了孩子们两分钟“口吐白沫”的一幕。从左到右,从上到下,由里到外,打圈圈。早晚一次,好好刷牙,才能笑口常开!

枫宝们是幸福的,枫宝们更是快乐的。在快乐中体验生活,在任务驱动下强化意识,提高认知。知识目标,语言目标,能力目标以及跨文化交际目标交相辉映。

课后的宝贝们这么说:“这节课太难忘了,我特别开心!”“Maria老师怎么会有那么大的牙齿?太好玩了!”“真好玩,真开心!”

以下是Maria老师的课后反思和体验,以飨广大教学爱好者!

Topic:  Good dental habits

Level:  1

Teacher:  Maria

Maple Leaf Schools are implementing a new Curriculum Standard (CS) way of teaching and learning. The CS includes Language Competency (LC), Academic competency (AC), Strategic Competency (SC) and culture awareness. In the preparation of my lesson on Good dental habits, I focused on a task-based lesson that forms part of the outlay of the CS content. I also included culture awareness by explaining to the students of a global awareness by the World Dental Federation (FDI), informing people across the world that dental health can improve general health.

The lesson started by firstly reviewing the 4 phrases that students had learned in Unit 7 lesson 4 (LC – Listening) by using the Wake-up song. The song describes the daily routine of a student.  Songs are an important part of teaching and learning. It is fun for the students to sing and it helps to broaden their vocabulary and improve pronunciation of words.

The second phase of the lesson started by instructing students to engage in an activity that required pair work. Pair work is also in the CS guidelines under Academic Competency. Students received an envelope. In the envelope I placed scrambled words of phrases. First,  students 1 had to try to place the scrambled words in the correct order to ‘build’ the phrases that was reviewed. Student number 2 had to observe if students 1 was able to complete the task correctly and then the roles were reversed and it was the turn of student 2 to unscramble the words in the correct phrase. Students enjoyed the activity and was successful in completing the task.

After making sure all students finished the task I wanted to create a real scenario to make the transition from one activity to another more clearly to students. Beforehand I asked my colleague Ashe to pretend to have a toothache. Ashe and I then did a short role play where she pretended to have a very painful toothache and I quickly took out my medicine kit to “pull” her tooth.  That set the tone for the Brushing song (SC – singing).

Resulting from the song, I put the flashcards up on the writing board to remind students what the 2-minute rules for brushing teeth were (LC – speaking).  Next Winbo, one of the students demonstrated brushing our teeth by making use of our big teeth set to show and remind students how to apply the brushing rules.  

Then students had the opportunity to brush their teeth in class. They had to follow the 2-minute rule. It was pure pleasure to see how the students met this challenge with enthusiasm.  Some student’s mouths were drenched in foam.  It was an unusual experience for the students brushing their teeth in class, but they had a lot of fun. They had to make sure Jeremy germ was no where to be seen.

Finally, students then played a game putting “teeth” on the cavities. (SC – listening). It was important to make sure all students participated in as many activities as possible.  Secondly, this exercise should lead to promote and improve our student’s dental and general health. (Cultural awareness)

After the lesson, students were ask to give reflection of the lesson. Almost all the students said that the lesson was fun. Here are some individual responses:

Candy: “It was unforgettable.  I was so happy.”

Winbo: “Why does my teacher have those big teeth?  It was so funny!”

Leon: “It was so funny and interesting.”