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简介:本文档为《Verbs followed by the to-infinitive8yearoldrobberfinaldoc》,可适用于高等教育领域,主题内容包含RobberyinaSweetShopTelllearnersthatthislessonisbasedonatruestorywhichwasre符等。

RobberyinaSweetShopTelllearnersthatthislessonisbasedonatruestorywhichwasreportedinTheGuardiannewspaperafewyearsagoThefirststage(stepsto)involvesencouraginglearnerstospeculateonthestoryonthebasisofafewcluesAtthenextstage(stepsand)theymakeuptheirownstoriestofitthecluesAtsteplearnersshouldideallyworkinpairsorgroups,butiftheyarenotusedtothistheycouldworkfirstasindividuals,perhapsmakinguptheirstoryforhomework,andthengettogetheringroupstoshareideasAtstepstheycomparestoriesAttheendofthistheyshouldbekeentoandorhearreadthenewspaperstory(step)tofindoutwhatreallyhappenedWriteupontheboard:TheCharacters:AshopkeeperHertwochildrenAyoungmanAneightyearoldboyThepoliceTheSetting:AcornershopinAshtonunderLyme,ManchesterTheProps(thingsusedinthestory):AbalaclavaApacketofSmartiesAplasticbagAgunSomephrasesfromthestory:AyoungmancameintobuyanewspaperHepointedagunatherandtoldhertofillupthebagIpretendedtoreachforsomemoneyTheyaretakingthecaseveryseriously,likeallcaseswhichinvolveafirearm,fakeornotExplainsomeofthewordsandphraseswhichmightcausedifficultiesAbalaclavaislikeaskimaskItcoverssomeone’sfacesoonlytheireyescanbeseenSmartiesaresmallbrightlycolouredsweetswithchocolatecoveredinathinlayerofsugarAfakeissomethingwhichisimitation,whichisnotrealAsklearnerswhattheythinkhappenedinthestory,butdonottellthemiftheirguessesarerightorwrongAskthemtotrytoguesswhathappenedinthestoryTellthemtouseasmanyoftheideasontheboardastheycanThebestthingisforthemtoworkinpairsorgroupsanddiscusstheirideasThiswillgivethemalotofspeakingpracticeTellthemyouaregoingtoasksomeofthemtotelltheirstoriestotheclassGivethemsometimetopreparetheirstoriesGoroundandlistenastheyworkWhentheyhavehadenoughtimetopreparetheirstoriesappointaspokespersonforeachgroupAskthegroupstoworkwiththespokespersontopreparethefinalversionoftheirstoryAskoneofthemtotellthestoryTrytochoosesomeonewhothinkstheyoungmanistherobberAsktheothersiftheirstoriesarethesameordifferentChoosesomeonewhohasadifferentstoryandaskthemtotellitTrytochoosesomeonewhothinkstheeightyearoldistherobberEngagetheclassinadiscussionastowhosestoryisthemostlikelyHandoutthestoryforthemtoreadOr,ifyouwantthemtohavesomelisteningpracticeyoucanreadthestoryoutbeforetheyreaditEightyearoldtriestorobsweetshopManchesterpolicearelookingforaneightyearoldboywhoattemptedtoholdupasweetshoplastnightinthesuburbofAshtonunderLymeTheboy,whowaswearingabalaclava,wentintothecornershopandboughtapacketofSmartiesforpAstheshopkeepergavehimhischangeayoungmancameintobuyanewspaperTheboywaiteduntilthemanhadgonethenthrewaplasticbagattheshopkeeperAtthesametimehepointedagunatherandtoldhertofillupthebag“I’mnotsurewhetherhewantedmetofillitwithsweetsorwithmoney,”saidtheshopkeeper,whodidnotwanttogivehername“Ididn’tknowifthegunwasrealornot,butitcertainlylookedmorerealthanthegunsmylittleboyplayswithIwasquitefrightenedbecauseIhadmychildrenwithmeIpretendedtoreachforsomemoney,butIpressedthealarminsteadWhenitwentoffheturnedandranoutoftheshop”Shedescribedtheboyasmetrestall,anddressedinjeansandadarkcoatThepoliceareaskingthepublictohelpTheysaytheyaretakingthecaseveryseriously,likeallcaseswhichinvolveafirearm,fakeornotLanguagework:IdentificationAsklearnerstounderlineallthephraseswithto:triestorobsweetshopattemptedtoholdupasweetshoptobuyanewspapertoldhertofillupthebagwhetherhewantedmetofillthebagwithsweetsorwithmoneywhodidnotwanttogivehernameIpretendedtoreachforsomemoneyaskingthepublictohelpAnalysisAskthemtolookatthesepatterns:PATTERNAVERBtriesattempted(not)wantpretendedtototototoVERBrobholdupgivereachforPATTERNBVERBtoldwantedaskingNOUNhermethepublictotototoVERBfillupfillhelpLookatthesesentencesAretheypatternAorpatternBIneedtoborrowsomemoneyWeneedsomeonetohelpusTheboyorderedhertofillupthebagWealwayshadtogetupearlyCanyouhelpmetocarrytheseboxesHelpyourlearnerstoorganisetheirknowledgeofverbsfollowedbyto:ThesearethecommonestverbswithpatternA:agree,appear,attempt,beginchoose,continue,decide,expect,forget,happen,hate,help,hope,intend,love,live,learn,mean,plan,prefer,pretend,promise,refuse,remember,seemstart,try,want,wouldlikeHowmanyoftheseverbsaretodowithspeakingHowmanyaretodowiththinkingCanyoufindotherwordsintheboxwhichmeanthesameas:appear,attempt,begin,intend,like,wantThesearethecommonestverbswithpatternB:advise,allow,enable,expect,help,intend,invite,mean,order,prefer,tell,wantwarn(usuallywarnsomeonenotto),wish,wouldlikeCanyoufindeightwordsthatarealsousedwithpatternAHowmanywordsaretodowithspeakingHowmanywordsaretodowithwantingorlikingPractice:Leadclassdiscussionsbasedonthis:Chooseeither:ThreethingsyouwantwouldliketodooverthenextyearORThreethingsyouhopeintendplantodooverthenextyearWritedownthethreethinginyourbookCloseyourbookSeeHowmanythingsyoucanrememberYoucanlistentoafewsentencesbeforelearnersclosetheirbooks,thenmakesuretheyallhavetheirbooksclosedandleadaclassdiscussionaboutwhatpeoplewanttodoandaboutwhattheyhopetodoThesesentenceswillgenerallybepatternALeadmoreclassdiscussionsbasedonthis:ChooseeitherThreethingsyourteacherdoesn’tallowyoutodoinclassORThreethingsyouwouldlikesomeonetogiveyouWritedownthethreethinginyourbookCloseyourbookSeehowmanythingsyoucanrememberAgainyoucanlistentoafewsentencesbeforelearnersclosetheirbooks,thenmakesuretheyallhavetheirbooksclosedandleadaclassdiscussionaboutwhatpeoplewanttodoandaboutwhattheyhopetodoAllthesesentenceswillbepatternARoundup:AsklearnerstoreadthestoryforhomeworkandbereadytotellthestorynextlessonItisusefultobuilduparepertoireofstoriessothatinfuturelessonsyoucanasklearnersWhocanrememberthestoryabout…andaskthemtotelloneofthestoriesthattheyhavestudiedThisisagoodwayofgettingthemtoremembertheusefullanguagetheyhaveencounteredVanishingwordsa)TakeasentencefromthetextForexample:Astheshopkeepergavehimhischangeayoungmancameintobuyanewspaperb)Writethefullsentenceonthewhiteboardc)Askoneortwolearnerstoreaditoutd)Rubouttwoorthreewords:theshopkeeperhimhischangeayoungmancameinbuyae)AsklearnerstoworkingroupsofthreeorfourTellthemtoworkasagrouptorecallthesentenceAskalearnertorecallthesentenceAsktheclassiftherecalliscorrectIftheyarenotsatisfied,theycangoonguessinguntiltheyarecontentf)Removemorewords:theshopkeeperhisamaninbuyag)Repeate)h)GoonuntilyouhaveremovedallthewordsYoucanmakethisactivitymoredifficult:Bychoosingamorecomplexsentence:ManchesterpolicearelookingforaneightyearoldboywhoattemptedtoholdupasweetshoplastnightinthesuburbofAshtonunderLymeByremovingseveralwordsateachstage:ManchesterareforaneightyearoldboytoholdupashoplastnightintheofAshtonunderLymeByaskinglearnerstoworkinpairsorindividuallyinsteadofgroupsofthreeorfourYoucanusePowerpointveryeffectivelyforthisactivityifyouhavethefacilities

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