十一选五369每天赚一千: 2017--2018学年人教版英语高中必修二Unit 2 The Olympic Games Learning about Language教案.docx
unit 2 the Olympic Games 教案 Learning about Language (The Future Passive Voice) Aims： To learn about future passive voice To discover useful words and expressions To learn the methods of words formation Procedures I. Warming up Warming up by dictating There are several important sentences in this unit. Let’s dictate them. If you can’t, learn them by heart after class. ① When and where will the next Olympic Games be held? ② I live in what you call “Ancient Greece” and / used to write about the Olympic Games more than 2000 years ago. ③ All countries can take part if they reach the standard to be admitted to the games. ④ The next Olympic Games will be held in my hometown. ⑤ It is just as much a competition among countries to host the Olympics as to win an Olympic medal. Warming up by discovering useful words and expressions Turn to page 11 and do exercises 1, 2, 3 and 5 first. Check your answers against your classmates’. II. Learning about word formation 1. Do exercise 4 and discover the rules. Turn to page 12 and find out the rules of word formation. By adding -ing to a verb, we can change the verb into a noun. That means we can change “doing some sport” into “the name of the sport”. By adding -er to a verb, we can change the verb into a noun. That means we can change “doing some sport” into “the person who does the sport”. 2. Means of word-formation in general Affixation, conversion, and composition (or compounding) are the chief means of word-formation in English. Besides these, there are also other minor ways of word-formation including clipping, acronymy, blending etc. III. Learning about Present Future Passive Voice Turn to page 13 and do exercise 3. And tell the class the formation of present future passive voice. For reference: Well done, class. We can follow the following formlation to turn the future tenses into future passive voice; be going to be done, be about to be done, be to be done, will / shall be done, would / should be done. Ⅳ Closing down by summarizing 1.Present future passive voice (take “ask” for example) Affirmative Negative Interrogative I You He/she/it will be asked We will (shall) You/They will I You He/she/it will not be asked We will (shall) not You / They will not Will (shall) I Will you Will he/she/it be asked Will (shall) we Will you / they 2.The passive Voice of phrasal verb Generally speaking, only transitive verbs can form the passive voice, for only transitive verbs can be followed by objects. But many intransitive verbs together with some prepositions and adverbs can be used as transitive verbs. So they can also be followed by the objects. Therefore they can also be used in passive voice. But note that all the phrasal verbs are used as a whole. When using them in passive voice, we cannot drop out the prepositions and adverbs. For examples: At last they put out the fire. At last the fire was put out. They will put up a notice on the wall. A notice will be put up on the wall. Have you sent for a doctor? Has the doctor been sent for? I have never heard of such a thing before. Such a thing has never been heard of before. We must take good care of the children here. The children must be taken good care of here. His classmates laughed at him for the foolish mistake. He was laughed at for the foolish mistake by his classmates.