刊物属性
  • 刊物名称:校园英语
  • 国内刊号:CN 13-1298/G4
  • 国际刊号:ISSN 1009-6426
  • 邮发代号: 18-116
  • 数据库收录:中国知网
  • 投稿邮箱:
      tougao@xiaoyuanyingyu.com
  • 时间:2021-04-08 来源:校园英语杂志社

      【案例背景】
      《普通高中英语课程标准》提出了: “教师要在教学中整合课程内容”,“通过学习理解、应用实践、迁移创新等语言学习活动,引导学生探究意义,学习语言,发展思维,运用策略,培养英语学科核心素养”。高三的英语试卷讲评是高三的常态。有针对性地试卷讲评直接决定了学生的学习效果,为学生学习策略的调整以及后期有针对性地查漏补缺起到了很好的引领作用。目前,对于高三英语试卷完型填空讲评,还存在如下现状:1.学生参与的主动性不强,教师占主动,,从头帮学生翻译到底,忽略学生的主体地位;2.重点不突出,方法不得当,忽略文本,而只注重答案解析,不能从文本语境给予学生策略指导,忽略学生的文本解读能力;3.无针对性的及时训练与巩固,不少教师在讲解完完型填空后,不能做到引导学生进行及时的拓展与巩固训练。
      【学情分析】
      本班学生英语基础薄弱,重理轻文,英语学习的主动性与积极性不够,对于练习课往往以获取答案為最终目的,积极思考者不多。多数学生在对完型填空的理解以及答题策略的掌握上还远远不够,导致完型填空错误率比较高,失分比较多。学生对篇章的理解重视度不够,只重视答案,重视翻译,不能从解题技能以及篇章理解上来提高解题策略。
      【案例过程】
      一、试卷分析
      本次试卷采用启东中学2019—2020学年度高三第一学期开学检测卷。该试卷难度中等,重点考查学生运用语言的综合能力。
      二、试卷完型填空测评数据分析
      三、讲评前准备
      讲评前,笔者认真批阅试卷,分析学生失分点,与组内同事讨论,针对班级学生的具体学情,确定课堂试卷讲评侧重点,避免逐一讲解。针对本节课学生失分点较多的完型填空,笔者还提前准备相应的练习进行匹配训练,以期待达到有效教学效果。
      四、讲评过程
      依据试卷的整体难度以及本班级学生的得分情况,综合考虑实际的教学策略,设定本节课的教学内容和教学目标,以及教学重难点。
      1.教学目标
      After this class,students will be able to:
      (1)have a better understanding of some useful expressions and master the skills in working out the problems.
      (2)improve their skills in dealing with the cloze test by analyze the passage.
      (3)improve their abilities to analyze the problems and solve the problems.
      2.教学内容
      In this class, cloze test are more important. Students are expected to grasp the context and find the answer quickly. What'  more, students can learn more strategies of doing cloze test.
      3.教学重难点
      (1)Improve students'  abilities to find the answer quickly.
      (2)Develop their abilities to think in English and communicate with others in English.
      4.教学过程
      文本材料:
      As Ryan Lee Cox was waiting to pay for this coffee order at an Indiana, US fast food drive-through, he decided to try something he' d seen on a TV news show——he paid for the coffee order of the driver in the car behind. The small 36 made the young businessperson feel 37, so he shared his experience on Face book.
      …… their delinquent school lunch accounts. Sometimes because of 39. economic hardship, the accounts fall into 40. negative balance and the kids suffer. He got the idea after hearing that a Utah student was 41 lunch. So the following week Ryan visited his nephew' s school 42 and asked if he could give some help, and 43 $100.
      …a non-profit called Feed the kids, Inc., which 53 offers a website…… for people to start 54 for specific school or set up repeated payment to 55 a student.
      36. A. gesture B. reaction C. proposal D. request