PEP PRIMARY ENGLISH
Unit 5 B-Let’s talk
To strengthen the sentence “Where is my pencil?” and the direction nouns: under in on
To learn the sentences “Excuse me. Can I use …? No problem.”
Important points and difficult points:
To explain the meaning of “Excuse me ” and “No problem ”
To understand the difference of “Here it is” and “it’s here”
teacher pictures toys(plane/car) a box schoolthings
u Warm up/Revision
1.Sing a song : If you happy
2.Play the tape <1>Unit 2 B-Let’s chant
3.Take out a book and a pencil. Review the sentences(A-Let’s talk):
Where is my pencil? It’s on the book.
Where is my pencil? It’s in the book.
Where is my pencil? It’s under the book.
Change the things to a box and a car, say them again.
4. Simon says: show me your pencil/pen/eraser…
Practise the sentences in pair.
1.Take away S1’s pencil, then hide it. S1 closes his eyes first , then opens his eyes and asks: Where is my pencil? Take out the pencil, say “Look, it’s here. Under the …
Use the same way to S2, S3 to practise the dialog.
2.Divide the class into group A and group B. Group A ask “Where is my…” Group B answer “Look, it’s here. …” The teacher does the action.
Chang it (Q&A)
3.Show a pen which is no ink, then ask S4 who has a pen. “Excuse me. Can I use your pen?” S4 maybe says “O.K.” The teacher guides to say “No problem.” Explain the meaning of “ No problem.
Use other schoolthings to practise the dialog
4.Toss the ball, to practise it
A: Can I use your …?
B: No problem.
5.Have Ss open their books. Turn to page 43. Listen and repeat.
1.Divide the class into group A(girl) and group B(boy). Group A act as John, group B act as Amy. Read the dialogs. Then change the roles.
2.Have 4-6 students go to the board to perform.
3.Hide and seek
Place a pencil on the teacher’s desk. Have four Ss face back. Hide the pencil. Other Ss ask “ Where is my pencil?” The four Ss try to find it. The first student to find the hidden pencil is awarded.
Do the same to other schoolthings.
4.learn a song
(Tune: London Bridge)
Where’s my pencil?
It’s on the book. On the book . On the book .
It’s on the book. On the book on the table.