Knowledge aim: By the end of the class, students can muster knowledge of if-clause.
Ability aim: Students can use if-clause in their daily life.
Emotional aim: Students will feel the happiness of learning English in joyful, free and open atmosphere, and will be confident to express in English.
Teaching Key Points:
Students can know the structure, function and tense of if-clause.
Teaching Difficult Point:
Students can put the new knowledge into practice.
Tasked-based Teaching Method, Communicative Approach.
Step 1: Lead-in
Greeting with the students.
Sing a song for students- if you are happy. Ask them “Did you hear the word-if” to lead in the class.
Step 2: Presentation
Let the students read the passage and find out sentences with “if”. Then teacher will ask students write these sentences on the blackboard. Then find out the similarities among these sentences.
According to the answers from students, teacher make a brief summary：1. If-clause means condition and the main clause is the result. 2. The main clause and if-clause have the same tense. However, if it describes things in the future, the main clause uses the Simple Future Tense and if-clause use the Simple Present Tense.
Step 3: Practice
Read the sentences by themselves and practice with neighbors.
Step 4: Production
Use the sentence and structure what we learned today to make a conversation with your neighbor and invite some students performance it.
Step 5: Summary and homework
Summary: Sum up what we have learned today.
Homework: After class, teach these sentences to their parents.