Teach English in Fangxianyuanyichang - Shiyan Shi

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1. Teaching Topic The Importance of Learning Grammar As the basis of foreign language learning, grammar is one of most important learning method for each student in the learning process. Grammar is very important because it is a technique that allows us to talk deeply. Grammar has always been an eternal theme in the language of human research, and one of the seven liberal arts in medieval education. Understanding the grammar also helps us understand the clarity, fun and precision of sentences and paragraphs. Being able to talk about how sentences are constructed, and understanding grammar is the guarantee that human beings have advanced thoughts and complex mental abilities. 2. Teaching Objectives: Mastering Grammar Learning Methods Understanding the Connotation and Significance of Grammar Learning 3. Teaching process 1. The meaning of grammar and the significance of grammar Grammar is a branch of linguistics that studies the inflection of "words", "words" or other means of expressing relationships and the functions and relationships of words in sentences. Learning grammar is not only to improve academic performance, but also to master the language. By using grammar, we will not have a confused understanding of some sentences. When we master the grammar knowledge, we can express our inner thoughts more accurately and appropriately when we are speaking or writing. We can analyze the problem through grammar, the grammar helps let us understand the extra-sounding sound of this sentence more thoroughly. Grammar can correctly express our inner thoughts, making the things we want to express more vivid and intriguing. With enough grammar knowledge, we can use a variety of sentence patterns to express the same meaning. 4. Teaching Difficulties: Grammatical Structure S V The elements that can be used as subjects are nouns, pronouns (such as you), verb infinitives, gerunds, etc. The subject is usually at the beginning of the sentence. Note that the noun singular form often and the article are not separated! Predicate: The predicate consists of verbs, which is the protagonist of English tense and voice change, usually after the subject. The man is sleeping. The moon rose. They play happily. Who +cares? What he said does not matter. Basic sentence pattern 2: S V P The sentence of this sentence has a common feature: the sentence predicate verb can not express a complete meaning, and must add a sign indicating the identity or state of the subject to form a compound predicate, in order to express the complete meaning. The apple smells good. Everything looks different. Our clothes has gone dry. Basic sentence pattern three: S V O The common feature of this sentence sentence is that the predicate verbs have real meanings, which are the actions produced by the subject, but they cannot express the complete meaning. They must be accompanied by an object, that is, the bearer of the action, in order to make the meaning complete. He has refused to help them. I want to have a cup of tea. Basic sentence pattern four: S V o O Some transitive verbs can have two objects, such as: give, pass, bring, show. These two objects are usually indirect objects; objects are direct objects. Indirect objects are generally preceded by direct objects. I showed him my pictures. I told him that the bus was late. Basic sentence pattern five: S V O C The common feature of the sentence of this sentence type is: although the verb is a transitive verb, but only with an object can not express the complete meaning, must add a supplementary component to complement the object, In order to make the meaning complete. Object complement: The component that describes the object after the object. The object has a logical subject-predicate relationship with its complement, which together form a compound object. He asked me to come back soon. 3. Students answer questions Teacher-student interaction Student interaction Encourage students to answer questions in class. Teachers should give examples of typical meaning. For example, grammar correction. 5. Homework