Book4 Unit1 Using Language Why not carry on her good work?
Look and say :
Look at the following pictures and say at least three sentences e.g.: She is a doctor…
家 比率 article 疾病 突发事件，紧急情况 specialist 一代，一辈 rate 考虑，体谅 sickness 接生 emergency 偶然遇见，偶然发现 generation 为…准备 consideration 继续 deliver come across be intended for carry on
Q1. Which period did Lin Qiaozhi live in?
She lived in the early 20th century? Q2. True or false: After reading about Lin Qiaozhi, the writer was moved by what she did , so she decided to study medicine.
Q. From Para.1, what can we infer(推断)? A. The writer’s homework was to change her life. B. The writer liked biology and chemistry.
C. The writer was a middle school student. D. The writer was studying at university.
Q. Why did Lin Qiaozhi write a small book?
A.It explained how to cut the birth rate the death rate from having and caring for babies.
B. She wanted to make money.
C.It was intended for women who lived in the countryside and could not reach a doctor.
D. Both A and C.
Q1. Was it easy for a woman to get
medical education at that time? Why? No, it wasn’t. Because at that time women’s education was always placed second to men’s.
Q2. What made Lin Qiaozhi famous?
It was her kindness and the consideration she showed to all her patients.
What were her sacrifices(牺牲)?
She devoted her whole life to her patients and chose not to have a family of her own.
How many words can you find in the text used to describe Lin Qiaozhi?
hard working determi ned
Three achievements of Lin Qiaozhi
She became a specialist in women’s diseases.
She got a medical training for her career.
She made sure that about 50,000 babies were safely delivered to their mothers.
strike v. 击,打;袭击;突然想起
e.g.: 1. It suddenly struck me how we could improve the situation.
2. The stone struck me on my head.
D A good idea _____me, let’s go swimming.
A. hit B. beat C. happen D. struck
deliver a baby 接生； have a baby 怀孕/生孩子；
deliver 传送；送交；为··接生，助产； ·· ·· e.g.: 1. 信件是每天递送的。(translation)
Letters are delivered every day.
2. She ______ three babies every day on average C
3. She ______ her baby in hospital. A
be intended for 解释“为……而准备, 预定” e.g. The chair was intended for you but she took it away. be intended to do意思是；是用来； 打算供…使用 The dictionary is intended for the Beginners.
?Women are able to do more than men.
?Women are not able to do more than men.
Main idea of the passage: This reading is about the life ______and ______ of a famous Chinese doctorcareer ___________. She was important for Lin Qiaozhi women in China because she was the first woman doctor to specialize in _______________ and the problems of women’s illnesses _____________. having babies
Make a name card about Lin Qiaozhi
A NAME CARD ABOUT LIN QIAOZHI
A doctor who became a specialist in women’s illnesses. She devoted all her life to medical work for Chinese women and children. Her work encouraged many other women to become doctors.
Lin Qiaozhi (1901-1983) China
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