A teacher's teaching plan for learning single vowels a o e
Students, what should I do if I have unknown words? Today we are going to learn Chinese Pinyin, because if you learn pinyin, you can read storybooks with Pinyin and learn a lot of Chinese characters. The following is to share with you the teacher who studies the single vowel a o e Teaching plan For reference.
¡¡¡¡ 1¡¢ Textbook analysis
This lesson includes three parts.
The first part consists of three single vowels a, O and e with a picture.
In the picture, a little girl is singing. Her voice "ah" with her mouth wide open indicates the sound of A. the figure formed by the little girl's head and small braid indicates the shape of A. A rooster is crowing, and the crowing sound "Oh" indicates the sound of O. When a goose is in the upper reaches of the water, "goose" indicates the sound of E, and the reflection of the goose in the water indicates the shape of E.
The second part is the tone symbol and the four tones of three single vowels a, O and E.
The third part is a, O, e writing format and stroke order.
The pronunciation of a, O and E and the intonation of vowels are the key points of this course. The pronunciation of E and the second and third tones of a, O and E are the difficulties in teaching.
¡¡¡¡ 2¡¢ Teaching requirements
Learn the three single vowels a, O and E, read the correct pronunciation, recognize the form, and write correctly.
2. Know that there are four tones in a single vowel, recognize the tone symbols, and read the tones with tones a, O and e directly.
3. Know the four line lattice of writing Chinese pinyin and learn to use it.
¡¡¡¡ 3¡¢ Teaching preparation
A, O, e pronunciation with the tape; a. O, e and letter cards with tone a, O and E; A small blackboard with four lines.
¡¡¡¡ 4¡¢ Class arrangement: 2 class hours.
¡¡¡¡ 5¡¢ Teaching process
¡¡¡¡ Section A
¡¡¡¡ 1¡¢ Teaching objectives
(1) learn the three single vowels a, O and E, be able to read the quasi letter sounds and recognize the letter shape.
(2) recognize the tone symbols, learn to master the four tones of a, O and E, and be able to read out the tones with tone finals directly.
¡¡¡¡ 2¡¢ Key points and difficulties in Teaching
(1) the pronunciation method of a, O and E and the tone of the vowels are the key points.
(2) it is difficult to read the second and third tones of quasi vowels.
¡¡¡¡ 3¡¢ Teaching process
¡¡¡¡ £¨1£© Clear learning purpose and stimulate learning interest
1. Read a little story to the students. Do you like it? The teacher first reads an interesting story with phonetic notation and tells the students that they can read the phonetic readings by themselves when they learn Chinese pinyin. Later, they can't do without Chinese Pinyin in order to stimulate students' interest in learning.
2. Teaching children's songs
Chinese pinyin is very useful. We need it to learn new words. We are determined to learn it well.
3. Read pictures and tell stories (according to the illustrations in the textbook) to stimulate interest in learning.
¡¡¡¡ £¨2£© Learn single vowel a
Look at the picture and draw out the single vowel a, and write "a" on the blackboard.
2. Let's demonstrate how to pronounce a, how to pronounce while reading, explain the main points of pronunciation, and make a demonstration. The mouth is wide, the tongue is in the middle, the tongue position is low, the lips are in a natural state (not round lips), and the mouth shape cannot be changed during pronunciation.
Students observe, imitate and experience pronunciation essentials. Students practice reading repeatedly. We can use illustrations and "ah" to read the sound of A; Make a doggerel to help students memorize pronunciation method, "open your mouth AAA.
3 guide the students to look at the picture: the head of the little girl is like the shape of a, and the little girl's mouth is open and the sound of a is. Teach children's songs to help students remember the sound and shape of A.
4 students practice pronouncing a repeatedly. The teacher inspects the instruction correction, the individual practice (drives the small train, the name reads).
¡¡¡¡ £¨3£© Learn the single vowel o (the method is the same as above). Pay attention to the main points and demonstration when teaching the o sound.
When the "O" sound is made, the mouth is half open and half closed, the lips are round, the tip of the tongue is retracted, and the back of the tongue surface is raised. The pronunciation method is to lengthen the "woo" sound, keep the mouth shape and tongue position unchanged, and then exhale to pronounce, and then you can send out the correct letter sound. Round mouth
¡¡¡¡ £¨4£© Learn single vowel e (same as above)
Pay attention to the main points and demonstration when teaching pronunciation. This vowel is not a goose, it is the first "e", and the goose is the second. When pronouncing, the mouth should be flattened, half open and half closed, the tongue should be retracted, the base of the tongue should be slightly raised, and the corners of the mouth should be opened to both sides to expose the teeth. The mouth is flat and small.
¡¡¡¡ £¨5£© Summary
Teach students doggerel and help them memorize pronunciation methods,
1 "wide mouth AAA, round mouth O O O O O O, flat mouth e e e e" Tell the students that the mouth shape can not be changed when they issue single vowels a, O and E. Use illustrations to help students remember the shapes of a and E. students can observe the pictures carefully and find out the parts similar to the shapes.
Follow the teacher and read the children's songs.
Round face, pigtail, open mouth AAA.
When the sun comes out, the rooster crows OOo.
There is a goose in the pond, and EEE is reflected in the water.
Read and speak with the teacher.
¡¡¡¡ £¨6£© Learning tone
1. Recognize tone symbols, cooperate with gestures and nursery rhymes.
"-" is the first tone, "/" is the second tone¡° ¡¦¡± It's the third tone and "" is the fourth tone. One is flat, the other is Yang, the third is turning and the fourth is falling. Look at the trend of the car in the picture ¨¡ ¨¡ ¨¡£¬ Car uphill ¨¢ ¨¢ ¨¢£¬ The car went down and up again ¨£ ¨£ ¨££¬ Car downhill ¨¤ ¨¤ ¨¤¡£¡±¡£ Practice reading the four tones a, O and E.
(1) sequential reading and variable order reading.
(2) contrast reading of two and three tones.
(3) in connection with daily life, the teacher guides the use of a, O, e groups of words with tone.
¡¡¡¡ ¨¡ Hello, Auntie! ¨¢ Ah! I beg your pardon? ¨£ Ah? What's going on? ¨¤ Ah, great motherland!
¡¡¡¡ ¨ Oh, I see. ¨® Oh, is that right? ¨° oh Oh, I see.
Moth forehead ¨§ Disgusting, hungry and vicious
¡¡¡¡ £¨7£© Consolidate the practice.
1. The teacher reads the text and the students read it by themselves.
2. Ask the students to read the vowel without key on the card and say the shape of the letter.
3. Read the vowels with tone, read by yourself, and read by name.
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