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Module6 Unit4: Reading(1)
The Reading Strategy in this unit teaches students how to understand a speaker’s attitude during a speech. Students are expected to put this skill into practice.
Learn to share their experience of helping others in their daily life and let them know the importance of helping others.
practice and reinforce their reading skill and in improve their overall ability by participating in the activities.
学生对人体的器官的英文单词缺乏了解，本课时涉及到的学习内容恰恰满足学生结 合生活实际的需要 Multy-media＆Blackboard 教 学 过 程 复 备 栏
1. Lead-in Start the class with the following questions: Have you ever thought about the future? What do you want to be in the future? What do you think you should do to make your dream come true in the future? Which do you think will h elp you fulfill your dream, hard work, a good environment or both? Do you know that in other parts of the world, there are lots of children who are still struggling with starvation or war? Do you think that they have dreams as well? What do you think they can do to realize their dreams? Have you ever thought about doing something for those children to help them realize their dreams? If you have, what would you do? Have students discuss and report their answers to the class. Help students understand that not everyone in the world has the same opportunities. It would be very hard for some people in poor areas to realize even a simple dream like having a warm bed to sleep in at night. Something should be done for those who are suffering a lot. 2. Tell students that they are going to read a passage about a helpful woman who has devoted lots of her energy
and time to making the life of poor people better. Ask students what t hey can find by reading the title, and ask them to predict what may be covered in the passage that they are going to read. Today, we are going to read a passage entitled “The UN-bringing everyone closer together”. What do you think of when you see the title? What do you think will be mentioned in the passage? 3. Reading comprehension 1. Ask students to go through the passage as quickly as possible and try to find the answers to the three questions in Part A. Remind students only to focus on and answer these questions. 2. Ask students to read the passage again and complete Parts C1 and C2 individually. Questions in part C1 are to check students’ reading comprehension and improve their ability to find specific inf ormation. Part C2 serves as a strengthening activity to let students decide whether the statements are true or false according to the content of the passage. If time permits, you can ask students to either find the topic sentence of each paragraph of summarize the main idea in each paragraph while conducting Parts C1 and C2. After students finish the exercises, check the answers with the class. 4. design a table to check the students’ reading comprehension about the UN. The United Nations When it was set up Countries in the UN Problems it deals with After the Second World War in October 1945 Originally 51 countries Recently 191 countries Helps end some of the world’s most horrible conflicts, assists the victims of wars and disasters; protect human rights; improves international laws; helps with other problems such as lack of education, lack of food, poverty, disasters and disease To keep internati onal peace To develop friendly relationships among nations To cooperate in so lving international problems and in promoting respect for human rights To be a centre for organizing the actions
Its four main purposes
or work of different nations Goals it promises to achieve by 2015 Eight goals, one of which is to ensure that fresh drinking water is available to everyone and another is that all children complete primary education
4. Talk to students about Tang Ning. Ask students what they know about this UN Goodwill Ambassador and businesswoman from the passage. You may ask the following questions: What occupati on does she take up in the UN? How much money does she earn by doing this Job? What Project or projects has she been involved in? How does she help those people that need help? How does she feel about taking this occupation? Ask students to discuss what they think of Tang Ning. 5. Ask students to complete Part D and Part E individually. Part D aims to check whether students can understand the meanings of words from the context of the passage and to show them how to explain the meanings in English. Part E aims to make students more familiar with the r eading passage and some useful words in it. 6. Ask students if they have ever read a speech before and encourage them to find out what unique language is used in a speech. Remind then that when reading a speech, it is important to pay attention to the speaker’s attitude. The positive and negative adjectives can help then identify the positive negative opinion or attitude of the speaker. Ask students to read the Reading Strategy and find more sentences that express the speaker’s attitude in the reading passage. Language points: 1. refer to: 提到，谈到，涉及， 参考，查阅，认为 What I have to say refers to all of you. When I said that some people were stupid I was not referring to you. Please refer to the last page of the book for answers. It is a collection of documents with reference to the First World War. 2. be made up of A team made up of three doctors and ten nurses was sent to the disaster area in Fujian. The oldest kind of computer was a huge machine made
up of thousands of parts, covering nearly 100 square meters. 3. operate All the Disney parks are operated by the same company. This machine operates day and night. Operate on sb. for The doctors decide to operate on her immediately. Operation I can use a word processor but I don’t understand its operation. He is the officer in charge of operation. 4. honored He was honored with a title of “ Model Worker”. They removed their hats to honor the flag. It’s a great honor to be invited. May I have the honor of this dance? While in London, we paid a visit to the hospital founded in honor of the nurse Florence Nightingale. 5. touch Visitors are not allowed to touch the exhibits. I was really touched beyond words. We’ll keep in touch with each other wherever we go. I hope we don’t lose touch again. 6. apart from The two houses are a mile apart. The house stands apart from the village. I can’t get these two things apart. He tore the cooked chicken apart and began to eat it. 7. lack They are so rich that they lack for nothing. He was acquitted for lack of evidence. There was a severe shortage of petroleum during the war. 8. ensure The book ensured his success. Please ensure that all the lights are turned off at night. These pills should ensure you a good night’s sleep. Customs are asked to ensure that they have been given the right change before leaving the shop.
9. rather than I’d prefer to go in summer rather than in winter. It ought to be me rather than you that sign the letter. I decided to write rather than (to ) telephone. I would stay at home rather than go shopping. He would rather beg in the streets than get money in such a dishonest way. 10. on behalf of On behalf of my colleagues and myself I thank you. Ken is not present, so I shall accept the prize on his behalf. The legal guardian must act on behalf of the child. On behalf of all the st aff, I would like to wish you a happy retirement. 7. Homework Part A on page 128 in Workbook.
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