句式： 1. Talk about distance
—How far is it from … to …?
—It’s … kilometers. / It’s about …
2. Asking for permission
May I …?
Yes, you may. /No, you may not.
3. Showing Intentions
Do you want …?
Let’s take a …, …is faster/slower than….
How many … do you have?
Please (don’t) ...
重点句子 1. —May I go on a trip to Beijing? —Yes, you may. / No, you may not.
1. How far is it from China to Canada? It’s about eight thousand five hundred kilometer.
2. A train is slower than a plane, but faster than a bus.
3. What do you think of it?
4. I want to go to the Great Wall.
5. May I help you? Sure.
6. How much for a ticket on the T58 from Shijiazhuang to Beijing, please?
7. Please don’t run or jump.
1.Greet the students and get them to talk about their holidays.
T: I haven’t seen you for long ages, boys and girls! How is it going?
S: Quite well. How are you?
T: I’m fine, too. Thanks. Did you have a nice holiday?
T: Would you like to share your experience with me? … What did you do?
S: I read a lot.
T: You must have learnt a lot.
2.Get some other students to talk about their holidays. And then show some places of interest and
continue talking with the students to make them understand the phrase go on a trip to.
T: I had a nice holiday too. I went on a trip to Beijing. Look! There are some pictures about this city.
Show the students the following pictures.
T: How about the first picture?
S: It’s Tian’anmen Square.
T: That’s right! The second one?
S: It’s Gugong. (In Chinese)
T: In English It is named the Palace Museum. S: The Palace Museum.
T: How about the last one?
S: It’s Changcheng.
T: It’s the Great Wall in English.
S: The Great Wall.
T: There are so many beautiful places in Beijing. And Beijing is the capital city of our country. Would you like to travel to Beijing? (To one student)
T: Would you like to go on a trip to Beijing too?
3.Help the student to answer. Make sure the students know the meaning of go on a trip to.
S: Yes. I’d like to go on a trip to Beijing. T:…（略）
4.Get the students to learn to talk about permission by using the phrase: to go on a trip to. The teacher can show them some pictures of places of interest to help them to discuss.
T: What city would you like to go on a trip to, Beijing or Guilin?
S: I’d like to go on a trip to Guilin.
5.Ask more students the same question to let them learn the phrase go on a trip to well
T: Gulin is a very beautiful place. May I go on a trip with you?
6.Help the student to answer: Yes, you may. Or No, you may not.
Explain the meaning in Chinese if necessary. S: Yes, you may.
T: (To another student) I have no money to go on a trip to Guilin. May I borrow some money?
S: No, you may not.
T: Li Ming wants to go on a trip to Beijing. Listen to the tape carefully. Does Li Ming’s mother go on a trip to Beijing too?
S: (After listening) Yes.
听 Listen to dialogues about distance, intentions, and numerals
说 Talk about distance, show intentions, say numbers and make a phone call in English
读 Read dialogues about trips 写 Write a plan