What can you do？
Miss White: We’ll have an English party next Tuesday. What can you do for the party, children？
Zhang Peng: I can sing English songs.
Miss White: Wonderful！How about you, John？
John: I can do some kung fu.
Miss White: Thank you, John.
（1）Students can know how to ask others’ ability by using the sentence pattern “What can you do？”
（2）Students can know how to answer others’ questions about ability by using the sentence pattern “I can...”.
Ability aims: Students can improve their intensive listening and extensive listening ability.
Emotional aims: Students can increase their confidence in speaking English.
2.Key and difficult points
Students can improve their listening ability.
Students can use the sentences in their daily life and improve their interests in learning English.
Step 1: Warming-up
（1）Greetings. Talk about the weather.
（2）Share a tongue twister with the students. Can you can a can as a canner can can a can？Ask students what word they hear in the tongue twister. They may answer the word “can”. Then tell students today we will learn more about “can” and the title is “What can you do？”.
Step 2: Pre-listening
（1）Show students the picture about students’ ability like singing and doing kung fu. Then ask the students to predict what they can do. Students may answer they can sing and they can do kung fu.
（2）Let students listen to the tape and check whether their prediction is right or not.
Step 3: While-listening
Ask students to listen to the tape for the first time and answer two questions “How many students are there in this conversation and who are they？” and “What can they do？”. Then write down the names and sentences on the blackboard.
Listen to the tape for the second time and ask students to fill in the table on the blackboard. Then invite some of them to finish the table and check it.
Step 4: Post-listening