Unit 1 How do you study for a test? Section A. How do you come to school?

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<ul><li><p>How do you study for a test?Section A</p></li><li><p>How do you come to school? </p></li><li><p>How do you study English?by listening to tapes</p></li><li><p>by working with friendsHow do you study English?</p></li><li><p>by surfing the InternetHow do you study English?</p></li><li><p>by asking the foreign teacher for helpHow do you study English?</p></li><li><p>by making flashcardsHow do you study English?</p></li><li><p>by watching English moviesHow do you study English?</p></li><li><p>by reading the textbookHow do you study English?</p></li><li><p>Explanation 1.by , , , , e.g. 1) The house was destroyed by fire. </p></li><li><p>2) travel by air /land/sea. 3) go by train /boat/ bus 4) shake sb. by the hand 5) I study English by watching English movies. </p></li><li><p> , by, : 1 e.g. There is a power station by the river. 2 e.g. come by the highway 3 e.g. by mistake </p></li><li><p> 4 e.g. some articles written by Lu Xun 5 e.g. a room 5m by 4m 6 e.g. one by one </p></li><li><p>Check the ways you study for an English test. Add other ways you use sometimes.by working with friendsby making flashcardsby reading the textbookby making vocabulary listsby listening to tapesby asking the teacher for help</p></li><li><p>Listen. How do these students study for a test? Write letters from the pictures above.1. Mei 2. Pierre 3. Antoniobca</p></li><li><p>How do you study for a test?</p><p>I study by working with a group.</p></li><li><p>Listen and check ( ) the questions you hear. 1. Do you learn English by watching English-language videos? 2.Do you ever practice conversations with friends? 3.What about listening to tapes? 4.What about reading aloud to practice pronunciation? 5.Have you ever studied with a group?</p></li><li><p>Listen again .Match each question above with an answer below. 1. Do you learn English by watching English-language videos? 2.Do you ever practice conversations with friends? 3.What about listening to tapes? 4.What about reading aloud to practice pronunciation? 5.Have you ever studied with a group?acdbYes, I have. Ive learned a lot that way.Oh, yes. It improves my speaking skills.I do that sometimes. I think it helps.No. Its too hard to understand the voices.</p></li><li><p>Have you ever studied with a group?</p><p>Yes, I have. Ive learned a lot that way.</p></li><li><p>Read the article and find out the 7 ways of learning English in the article and finish the chart on the textbook. This week we asked students at New Star High School about the best ways to learn more English. Many said they learned by using English. Some studentshad more specific suggestions. Lillian Li, for example,said the best way to learn new words was by readingEnglish magazines. She said that memorizing the wordsof pop songs also helped a little. When we asked aboutstudying grammar, she said, I never study grammar.Its too boring.</p></li><li><p> Wei Ming feels differently. Hes been learning English for six years and really loves it. He thinksstudying grammar is a great way to learn a language.He also thinks that watching English movies isnt a bad way because he can watch the actors say the words. Sometimes, however, he finds watching movies frustrating because the people speak too quickly. Liu Chang said that joining the English club at school was the best way to improve her English. students get lots of practice and they also have fun.She added that having conversations with friends wasnot helpful at all. We get excited about something andthen end up speaking in Chinese, she said.</p></li><li><p>studying grammarhaving conversations with friends</p><p>memorizing the words of pop songswatching English moviesreading English magazines</p><p>studying grammarjoining the English club</p><p>Ways of learning EnglishNot successfulOKSuccessful Lillian LiWei MingLiu Chang</p></li><li><p>Im doing a survey about learning English.Can I ask you some questions?</p><p>Sure.</p><p>Great! whats your name?</p><p>Wei Ming.</p><p>And how do you learn English, Ming?</p><p>... </p></li><li><p>How questionsHow1e.g. How do you do? How are you? How is everything going?2</p></li><li><p> e.g. How is your new house? Its great. -How do you learn English? -I learn English by reading lots of English magazines. </p></li><li><p>Structure: How + do + you / we / they + do + something? We / They + do + by + sth. / doing.or How + does + he / she / it + do + something? He / She / It + does + by + sth. / doing.</p></li><li><p> how what How What</p></li><li><p> 1. How is your summer holiday? It is perfect. (, ) 2. How did you travel around the world? I traveled by bike. (, )</p></li><li><p> 3. What do you learn at school? I learn Chinese, English and other subjects. ()</p></li><li><p> by -ingeg. He learns English by reading English papers.</p></li><li><p> have/has+ +have/has+ ++havent/hasnt+ +Have/Has++ +</p></li><li><p>*******************************</p></li></ul>