1. Teaching objectives:
①Students can master the four skilled words (windy, rainy) and the three skilled words (snowy).
②Students can use the sentences to make up their own dialogues.
③Students can learn to take after their parents.
2. Key points;
The four skilled words: rainy, windy.
The three skilled words: snowy.
3. Difficult points:
The sentences: How’s the weather today?
Put on your shirt.
4. Teaching procedure:
Step 1: Revision
1) Draw a thermometer on the blackboard. Invite four students to write the four words on the right place: hot, cold, warm, cool.
The other students spell the words together.
2) Use the computer to show weather. Let the students guess:
How’s the weather today?
Step 2: Presentation
Teacher draws pictures on the blackboard. Students learn the new words: windy, rainy, snowy.
Step 3: Look and say
Look at the video about the dialogue. Students listen and read the dialogue.
Teacher explains: Put on your shirt.
Students act out the dialogue in pairs.
After the show, students make up their own dialogues using the new sentences.
Step 4: Practice
1) Play a game: students take out their word cards. One student asks, the other guess. (Four students in one group)
Example: How’s the weather today?
2) doing the exercise on the exercise book.
Step 5: Summary
Summarize what we have learnt today.
1) Recite the dialogue.
2) Preview the next lesson.