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教师资格证面试中学英语优秀试讲音频+教学设计!

2018-01-02 14:08:16



题目与要求

1.      题目:语音教学试讲

2.      内容

Grandpa: Can you come over here? Li Lan? I need help finding my glasses.

Li Lan: Ok, Grandpa! Where did you put them?

Grandpa: Eh? What did you say? Speak up, child!

Li Lan: I SAID, WHERE DID YOU PUT THEM?

Grandpa: You don’t need to shout, child! I can here you just fine!

Li Lan: Ok, well, did you look in your coat pocket?

Grandpa: My boat? Child, I don’t have a boat!


3.      基本要求:

(1)   朗读所给对话。

(2)   配合教学内容适当板书。

(3)   针对该对话的内容设计语调和重读训练的教学活动。

(4)   试讲时间10分钟,全英授课。

导入

Dear teachers, let me read this dialogue first.

…..

Then allow me to begin my presentation.


Good morning, class. Welcome back to school after three day holiday of the Labor’s Day. Where did you go on vacation? Jack? You went to Sichuan to see pandas? They must be very lovely. Peter?You went to visit your grandparents? Oh, they are very lonely when you are not with them. So you went to see them. Very good grandson. Because family is important. So during the holiday Li Lan also went to accompany her grandpa. Let’s see what interesting things happened to them.

新授

Now listen to the dialogue and tell me.// It’s over. What happened to them? Iris? Iris said grandpa can’t find his glasses and asked Li Lan to help him. Is she right? Yes, nicely done! Sit down please. And did they find it in the end? No? Why? Oliver. Because grandpa couldn’t hear Li Lan clearly and misunderstood her question. Is he right? Yes, excellent!


You all got the meaning of this dialogue clearly. Let’s pay attention to the tone they speak. Ok, let’s listen again.// Have you notice the tone of all these sentences? Yes? So who can tell me which sentences are the rising tone? Frank. Frank said they are “Can you come over here?” “Did you look in your coat pocket?” and “My boat?” Yes, quite right. But do you know why? No? You just listen that they said it in that way. That’s ok. Sit down please. Class. Let’s all look at the material together. Can you find if there is a similarity of the first two sentences? Yes? They are all questions? Indeed. But what kind of question? Oh, general questions. Yes. So can you conclude the rule now? Frank, try again. You said if the sentence is a general question, it should be spoken in a rising tone. Excellent. As for the last one. There is only a noun phrase, so we also use rising tone. clear?


Ok, then next question. Which sentences are the falling tone? Yes. Of course the rest of the dialogue. But can you find what kinds of sentences are they? Such as “what did you say?” Tina. It is a specific question? Yes. Good. Then sentence like “I need help finding my glasses.” They are…yes, we call them declarative sentence. Sit down please. Your have a solid grammar foundation.


While listening, do you find that some words are stressed and others are not? Yes? But what kinds of words can be stressed and what kinds are not? You can’t say it exactly? Ok, let’s listen again and this time, pay attention to what kinds of words did they stress.


The tape is over. Did you find it? Cindy, you said you find that words like “come, need, help, finding, glasses. Grandpa..fine..” are stressed. Good, you listened very carefully. Can you find what the property are they? They are nouns, and? Yes, nouns, verbs, adjectives. Right. sit down please. Apart from these three kinds of words, adverbials also needs to be stressed. But we don’t have an adverbial in the dialogue. But still remember that. Then almost the rest words are not stressed. Ok sit down. Oh I see Sara put up her hand. Sara please. You ask why the sentence “I SAID, WHERE DID YOU PUT THEM?” are all stressed? Good, you listened very carefully. The rules we conclude just now are general rules. But when someone really wants to stress on something he intends to let others pay attention. These words can also be stressed. Because grandpa can’t hear clearly. Li Lan stressed every word in a loud voice. Clear about all the rules now? 

练习与巩固

Ok, now let’s read after the tape and pay attention to the tone and stress. // Now work with your deskmate, have a dialogue and correct each others pronunciation, tone and stress. Five minutes for you to practice and then I would like some pairs to come to the front to have a role play.// Time is up! Which pairs want to show us? David and Rita please. So David played as grandpa and Rita as Li Lan. You can start! // They finished. Is there anything they should pay attention? Betty? You said the sentence “Where did you put them?” should be falling tone. Yes. Good sit down please. But they performed very well. They are really like grandpa and granddaughter, right? Excellent performance. Thank you, go back to your seat.

总结与作业

Ok, class. What we have learned today. Who can help me to summarize. Look at the blackboard. Elaine, please. You said that we have learned the tone and stress. So when do we use rising tone? Yes, when the sentence is a general question. And when do we use falling tone? When the sentence is declarative or specific question. Well done. Sit down please. Let’s leave the other rules to Woody. Woody, so when do we stress? Yes, when the words are nouns, verbs, adjectives and adverbials. Anything else? Yes, we can also emphasize on any word we want the have a stress on them. Brilliant! I can see that you all master the rules. And during the practicing I see that you have become more confident when you read.


After class, you can find any dialogue you are interested in and read it out with tone and stress. Ok? Good. Let’s call it a day. See you next time.


That’s all for my presentation. Thank you.


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