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新视野大学英语第二版第二册全部教案(unit1-10)


1st---2nd period: Pre-reading activities ( theme-related questions for warming up;) While-reading activities (cultural notes; useful words and expressions; difficult sentences) 3rdperiod: While-reading activities (text structure; main ideas) Post-reading activities (comprehension questions; exercises) 4th periods: Practice of the reading skill (reading for the key idea in a sentence); T checks on Ss‘ home reading by asking questions based on the passage.

Section B(1period):

T explains some difficult sentences

3.Teaching Procedures:

Section A: Never be a quitter in face of life I. Pre-reading activities (20mins)
Step 1 Questions for discussion: 1. Talk about the meaning of life in your own words 2.Remember: Nothing is impossible for a willing heart! Step 2 Pre-reading listening: First listening: Listen to a passage about the factors that contribute to his success. Second listening: Listen to the passage again and answer the following questions according to what you hear. 1. To whom did the speaker owe his success? 2. What were the rulers for success that the speaker was taught? 3. Have you ever given up on something that you wish you had stuck to ? Step 3 Background Knowledge 1.Russell Baker (born 1925) was one of the most distinguished practitioners of the personal-political essay in the English language. 2. Pulitzer Prize It is a United States award regarded as the highest honor in print journalism. The award also honors literary achievements and musical compositions.

II. Text structure analysis and introduction of the writing pattern: a general statement supported by an example. (25mins) Step 1: Main Idea of the Text The writer succeeded in his reporter with the continuous encouragement of his mother. When I was five, father died, leaving mother with nothing but three babies and lots of bills to pay. Mother identified my gift for words and devoted her entire life to helping me develop it. She used to require me to get up early and make sth of myself. She often took Uncle Edwin as an example of how far an ambitious man could get without much talent. Though very poor, she bought some books to improve my reading. When I complained of the humiliating wage from the job with the Baltimore Sun as a police reporter, mother refused to sympathize with me and told me to work hard to make anything of the job. When I was assigned by the Sun to report from the Oval Office, she warned me against staying content with them. When I was offered The New York

Times, mother‘s scheme to push me toward literature proved to be absolutely right. When I reached the summit of my professional career winning the Pulitzer Prize, mother‘s health collapsed and she never knew of my Pulitzer. Mother‘s continuous encouragement helped me succeed in my reporter career. She taught me that one should never quit in life. Step2: Text structure analysis Divide the text into parts and work out the general idea of each part [Paras. 1 to 4] Although his mother has passed away, the way the mother pushed the author to get up is still as clear in his head as ever, especially his mother‘s words ―If there is one thing I can‘t stand, it is a quitter.‖ Her approach to parenting, in his eyes then, was the equivalent of bamboo torture treatment. [Paras. 5 – 19] Despite her husband‘s death and the pieces of family life left for her to pick up, the mother never yielded to her fate. Instead, once she identified her son‘s gift for words, her life started to revolve around developing his talents, allowing little room for him to feel accomplished, until her scheme proved to be absolutely right. [Paras. 20-21] Driven by the mother‘s teachings, the son reached the summit of his career but before that the mother suffered from the collapse of brain and health, out of touch with life forevermore. The mother‘s teachings, though, still echo in his ears, pushing him forward. Step 3: My progress and mother’s response Paras. 10-12 My progress : In 1947,worked as a police reporter, with $30 a week. Mother’s response: refused to sympathize with my humiliating wage; corrected me, cannot make anything, work hard. Paras. 13-16 My progress: seven years later, cover the White House, reporting from the Oval Office Mother’s response: chance, make something; warned, marginal progress, not being too proud, watch out, a ―harder fall‖. Paras. 17-19 My progress: offered, one of the most prized assignments: a regular opinion piece in The New York Times. Mother’s response: not mentioned; proof, my mother‘s scheme, absolutely right. Para. 20 My progress: In 1979, reached the summit of my professional career, winning the Pulitzer Prize. Mother’s response: mother‘s in a nursing home

Step4: Introduction of the writing pattern major writing techniques: 1. Time and Space sequence 2. Statement-Denial&Correction 3. the Style of Dialog (对话体)

1. Time and Space sequence Time Markers (You‘ll be given 2 minutes to work with your partner to circle the time markers in the text) Example In 1947 I graduated from Johns Hopkins (Para 11) After a while, I was given an assignment … then, (Para 13) seven years after I started, I was assigned by … Then, The Times came knocking … Eventually, I would be offered one of the most prized assignments …(Para 18) 2. Statement-Denial&Correction One writing skill for a piece of argumentation is to begin with a statement, then deny and correct it. A statement followed by denial and correction Statement: Books are the main sources of human knowledge Denial and correction: 1. A recording of the past 2.Not cover all the things for the future 3.Many mysteries unsolved 4.Hard for people to cope with practical problems 5.Develop our ability through practice and observation 6.Not rely on books only 3. the Style of Dialog (对话体) Mother: ―Get yourself up and make something of yourself, buddy!‖ (Para. 1) Son: ―Christ!‖ (I utter,) ―I have made something of myself. I am entitled to sleep late.‖ (Para. 2) Mother: ―If there‘s one thing I can‘t stand, it‘s a quitter.‖ (Para. 4) III. Explain new words and phrases in the passage of Section A (40mins) 1. advanced adj. at a higher level advanced mathematics 高等数学 advanced studies 高深的研究 advanced technology 先进的技术 advanced disease 病情沉重期/晚期 2. ambitious adj. having a great desire to be successful, powerful or wealthy eg: He is ambitious to run his own company after graduation. 他立志毕业后要开办自己的公司。 3. correspond vi. 1) (to, with) be the same as sth. else, or very much like it Eg: What she said doesn‘t correspond with the facts. 她的话与实情不符。

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