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Clubs in America

  发表日期:2006年2月14日      作者:盛艳萍       【编辑录入: 】      宽屏显示

Clubs in America

Before class: Hand out the words list. Students are familiar with the new words.

I. Warming-up: What does a club mean to you?

II. 1. Here we can see a list of clubs. Can you guess anything about them just according to their names?

Names of Clubs

What I Guess about Them

What They Are Really Like

Websites

1.Little People of America

 

 

 

2. Tall Clubs International

 

 

 

3. I Hate Mayonnaise

 

 

 

4. Elvis Presley Impersonators Association International

 

 

 

5. Karaoke International

  Sing-along Association

 

 

 

6. International Banana Club

 

 

 

7. International

Pumpkin Association

 

 

 

8. Slow Food Foundation

 

 

 

9. Bat Conservation International

 

 

 

2.      Listen to the tape and take some key words down about what they are really like. Compare them with your guesses.

3.      Hand out the article. Read this article about the American clubs. Which words or sentences impressed you most? Why?

4.      Click on the websites(LPA, Banana, Pumpkin, Bat) and suggest that they could visit them out of class.

5.      The sentence which impressed me most is: America is home to about 25,000 clubs. Do you still remember what you learned in Kathleen’s class about American high school clubs? Why do American people like so much to join clubs? Why do the parents and schools like so much to encourage their children to join different types of clubs? (make friends, teamwork, to be a good leader, to be a good participator)

III. Now we all have a chance to be a leader of a team, too. Every one of you can start a new club as you like. Here’s my club.

Chart

Name of my club:           Love Baby, Love Mother             

My plan: photo shows, giving advice, sharing fun, parties, newspapers and magazines, as happy as a baby                                  

They’re in my club.

I’m in their clubs.

1.

 

2.

 

1.      Think for a while about your club. Give your club a name and make a short plan by yourself.

2.      Look around this classroom. Who in this classroom do you think will be interested in joining your club? Go to tell them about your plan and try to ask him/her to join your club. At the same time, when someone stops you to tell you about his plan, you should be a good listener too. Take the chart with you. If someone agrees to join your club, write his or her name in the left column. If you agree to join another club, write the names of that leader and his club in the right column.

3.      Look at your chart. a. How many clubs are you in now? (“Best Participator”) Why are you interested in them? b. How many people are there in your club now? (“Best Leader”) Are you successful in asking some teachers to join your club? Live Interview: What makes you join his/her club?

IV. To the “Best Leader”: Now you are president of this new club, and you have some smart managers of different departments.

To class: Shall we help them to make a project for this club?

To the “Best Leader”: I have a suggestion for you. Here are 6 questions. Each of your managers can choose one topic for their department, and then they can ask 3 or 4 people to join their department to discuss this question. And they can give some suggestions after their discussion.

a. Where do we get money support? 

b. What activities will we have? 

c. What rules does the club have? 

d. What can we provide our members (such as service)?

e. What are the obligations of the president? 

f. How to make more people know about us?

V. Homework:

1. Write an ad in our school newspaper Xiaoshi Students, hoping to attract more

students in the school to join our club. (written)

2. Some students are very busy now, not only with their study, but also with all kinds of activities in school. Some people are worried that if students take part in too many activities, they may fall behind in their study. What do you think? (oral)

 


 
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