Teaching Plan for Senior Two
Unit One Making a difference（Total 1—8）
The First Period
1.Learn and master the following words:
Inspiration, perspiration, undertake, analysis, obvious, within, quote
2.Talk about science and scientists.
3.Listen to the description of some scientists.
4.Do some speaking, describing people and debating.
Teaching Important Points:
1.Train the students’ listening ability by listening practice.
2.Train the students’ speaking ability by talking about science and scientists, describing people and debating.
Teaching Difficult Points:
1.How to improve the students’ listening ability.
2.How to help students finish the task of speaking.
1.Warming up to arouse the students’ interest in science.
2.Listening-and-answering activity to help the students go through the listening material.
3.Individual, pair or group work to make every student work in class.
Step I Warming up
1.T: There are many outstanding scientists in the world, who made great contributions to society and science. Now look at the pictures on page 1, tell me what are these scientists famous for?
(Bb) Scientists Contributions
Maria Curie Radium /Polonium
Albert Einstein The Theory of Relativity
2.T: Well done. I think you are all interested in science and scientists. What do you think makes a successful scientist? Have a discussion in pairs or groups of four. Then report the results of your discussion.
(It is the way he uses his tools that makes a successful scientist.
A successful scientist must have much imagination and intelligence and he must be creative and hard-working.
Asuccessful scientist must be confident, curious and careful. But what I like to know is what made him/her interested in science…)
T: Now look at the quotes on page 1.do you know what they mean? And do you agree?
T: Do you know any other quotes about science and thinking?
Wisdom is only found in truth. -- Johann Wolfgang von Goethe.
Knowledge is power. –Francis Bacon.