Step 1 Leaning-in
Listen and chant: Book VIII Page 46
Step 2 Presentation and practice
1. Read the passages and then fill the blanks with the right words. Here learn the phrase ‘…looking for…’
2. Play games:
A. Find out and tell. Learn the phrase ‘…ran into…’
B. ____ can get out of the labyrinth?
3. See the film: The Lion and the Mouse
4. Read the whole story and answer the following questions:
a. Who did the lion catch on day?
b. Did the lion eat the mouse up?
c. Did the lion think the mouse was too small for a meal?
d. Did the mouse think he could help the lion?
e. Did the lion think the mouse could help him at first?
f. Was the lion in a net one day? Could he get out of it?
g. How did the mouse help the lion?
h. Do you think the small can help the great？
5. Retell the story.
Step 3 Summary
Summarize the new words and then read.
Step 4 Homework
1. Listen and try to retell the story. Try to ask more questions about the story.
2. Copy the new words.
Unit 11 Work With Language
Step 1 Revision
1. Review the new words and expressions. Let the pupils make sentences with them.
2. Give the pupils some tips and let them retell the story ‘The Lion and the Mouse’.
3. Review the modal verbs. Then show the pupils some pictures and ask them to ask and answer questions like this:
P1: Can / Must/ Could / May…?
Step 2 Practice
1. Enjoy the story: Tiger in a Trap
Question: What do you learn from the story?
2. T: We have another story about the tiger. Open your books and turn to page 51. Let’s read the sentences and write the letters in the right speech bubbles.
3. Listen and tick. Book VIII Page 52.2.
Step 3 Homework
1. Make simple dialogues with the modal verbs.
2. Read one popular fable or story and try to retell it. Then write it down in your own words. Retell the story or fable in English you have known to the other pupils the next day.