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高一教案 第659期
发布时间:2016-12-26

Different kind of hero show (P1)
成都外国语学校 王维荣
 
I. Warming up   
1. Who is your favorite superhero? What qualities does he/she have?
2.  Can a common person be a superhero? Why/why not?
 
II. While reading 
Read the paragraph and answer the following questions.
1.  What is My Hero Academia?
A Japanese anime directed by Kenji Nagasaki. It is about heroes. 
2.  Who is Izuku Midoriya?
He is the main character of the anime, a middle school student who has no special abilities but wants to become a hero. 
3. What does Izuku Midoriya do to become a hero?
He makes notes about different heroes and their quirks and uses his knowledge as a guide.  
4. What kind of person is Izuku Midoriya?
He is hardworking, determined, brave …
5. Who is All Might?
He is Midoriya’s hero who is super-strong and fights bad guys.
6.  Why does All Might decide to help Izuku Midoriya?
He notices Midoriya’s courage, so he decides to help Midoriya to train to be a hero like him.
7. How is the Japanese anime different from other superhero shows?
①It is set in a world in which 80 percent of humans have special abilities or “quirks”.
②The anime itself is not a traditional hero story about saving the world, but is more of a journey in which each character becomes his or her own hero.
③ The heroes in it are not perfect. They are also humans. For example, Izuku Midoriya’s hero All Might is a small, weak man feeling the effects of an old injury and having the fear and pressure of being the hero that everyone wants him to be. 
 
III. After reading 
Discussion  
Do you agree that you are your own hero? Why/why not?  
 
Assignment
Please use the internet and find out what 2016’s 10 best international shows are according to the New York Times. What are they about?
 
 
Stores for reading (P4-5)
山东省烟台第二中学  柳力文
I. Warming up   
1. Do you like reading in bookstores? Why?
2. When did you last read in a bookstore? Describe your experience there. (Say what you read, how long you stayed there and how you felt.)
3. Do you think all bookstores will be replaced by online stores or e-books one day?
 
II. Skimming
1.Which way of reading is the writer in favor of, bookstores, online stores, or e-books?      Bookstores.
2. What forms of evidence does the writer use to support his/her view?
•Common knowledge ✔
•Specific example(s) ✔
•Statistics
 
III. Scanning 
1.Why does the writer describe the Fresh Air Bookstore?
To show readers one of the new ways in which people are trying to bring back the world of books in the digital age, which shows that bookstores are not losing their appeal.
2.What does the writer mean by saying “Looking around a store allows us to step out of our comfort zone” in paragraph 9?
When we shop online, we only search for books we want or know about. However, when we shop in a store, there are many more books for us to choose, many of which are not expected.
 
According to the article, what are the advantages of bookstores? Match the paragraphs with the advantages. 
 
 
IV. Language focus
Sentence structure 
1). Being surrounded by walls and walls of stories gives us endless chances to find exactly what we are looking for, or a novel we had no idea even existed.
2). But in a bookstore, they may find a novel that never would have showed up in their search, and that they never would have otherwise (否则) read.
Which sentence has an objective clause? 1
Which sentence has an attributive clause? 1&2
Which sentence is in the subjunctive mood? 2
 
Read and compare the different use of –ing forms.
1). Being surrounded by walls and walls of stories gives us endless chances to find exactly what we are looking for, or a novel we had no idea even existed.  subject
2). Walking up and down a bookstore, we can look at hundreds of covers and read the backs of many different books.  adverbial
3). We can open a book and turn the pages, finding a paragraph and seeing if it grabs our attention.  adverbial
4). But with online stores and e-books becoming more popular, many find it hard to remember the last time they sat down in a bookstore and enjoyed a peaceful moment. object complement
5). Looking around a store allows us to step out of our comfort zone, sometimes without us even knowing. Subject;object complement
 
Useful expressions
Figure out the meanings of the expressions and write a short passage about bookstores using them.
•surround
•walk up and down 
•grab one’s attention 
•appeal
•settle down 
•based in
•replace
•atmosphere 
•communicate with 
•enrich
•speak to
 
One possible version: 
I love reading in bookstores. When I am surrounded by numerous books, I always find it easy to settle down and find a peaceful state of mind. The first time I read in a bookstore was at Xinhua Bookstore, which is based in Beijing. I loved the atmosphere there, and I think this type of atmosphere is irreplaceable. Walking up and down the bookstore, the book Oliver Twist grabbed my attention. The plot was so appealing to me that I forgot what time it was.
I believe that by reading in bookstores, people can communicate with their hearts and enrich their minds. Believe me, you will always be able to find a book that speaks to you!
 
V. Post-reading 
Choose one topic and share with your partner.
1. What is your favorite book? Which bookstore do you like most in your city?
2. If you were to open a bookstore, what books would you sell? What would you do to make the store special and popular?
 
 
From enemy to friend (P6)
山东烟台青华中学  王莉莉
 
I. Lead-in
Do your friends have more differences from you or more similarities to you?
 
II. Fast reading
Read the first two paragraphs quickly and figure out what the author thought of Paris at first.
She thought Paris was her enemy.
1. At the time described at the beginning of the article, ____. 
A. the author felt she had little in common with Paris 
B. the author envied (嫉妒) Paris for being confident 
C. the author felt she was in every way inferior (不如) to Paris 
D. the author stayed away from Paris due to their differences 
Key: A
Now guess what might happen later.
 
III. Detailed reading
1. The writer thought Paris was her enemy. What about Paris?
Paris wanted to be friends.
2. What did Paris do one day?
She invited the author over to play. 
3. What was the author’s next surprise?
She took out a big case of Barbies. 
4. What did they do that afternoon?
They made up crazy stories about Barbies. Paris showed the author her outfits.
5. What did the author find out that day?
They both wanted to be writers when they were older and they both had wild imaginations.
6. How did Paris get her fashionable clothes?
She worked as a model for a woman who owned a designer clothing store and she got the clothes in exchange.
7. What did people think of Paris in the neighborhood? Use your own words.
She was popular.
8. How did the author change under Paris’ influence?
She no longer hated her hair or being tall.
2. From the article, we can tell that through her friendship with Paris, the writer ____. 
A. started to accept herself 
B. also became a neighborhood star 
C. learned more about fashion 
D. was able to fit in at her new school 
Key: A
3. The writer considers Paris a(n) ____ best friend. 
A. interesting        B. unlikely 
C. unusual          D. childish 
Key: B
4. Which answer best sums up the article’s main message?
A. Life holds a lot of surprises for us.
B. If you hate the differences between you and someone else, you’ll be bored to death.
C. Never judge a person from their appearance.
D. Sometimes you can make friends if you get past what seem to be differences.
Key: D
lTranslation E-C
1. But this girl, who wore the latest fashions, wanted to see me.
但是这个穿着最新时尚的女孩却想见我。
2. That's when we found out that we both wanted to be writers when we were older.
正是这时我们发现我俩长大后都想成为作家。
3. She showed me her outfits, which had mostly come from a designer clothing store down the block.
她向我展示她的成套的衣服,它们大多来自街区的时装设计店。
lComplex Sentences Analysis
The woman (who owned it) used her as a model sometimes for her newspaper ads and gave her clothes in exchange.
女店主有时让她作为报纸广告的模特并给她衣服作为交换。
l定语从句拓展练习 
1. The house, _____ was destroyed in the terrible fire, has been repaired.
2. They talked for about an hour about people and things _____ they remembered from school.
3. A child _____ parents are dead is called an orphan.
4. He was born in the year _____ the Anti-Japanese War broke out.
Key: which; that; whose; when
l改错
5. The radio set that I bought it last week is broken.
Key: 去掉it
lLanguage Points---
1. I couldn’t stand her.
表示“受不了”。
2. I was too shocked to say no.
too...to...  太...而不能...
lWord Bank (词汇积累)
awkward 局促不安的
can't stand sb/sth 无法忍受……
shocked 震惊的
latest 最新的
outgrown 长得穿不下; 因长大而放弃
cupboard 橱柜
wild 野外的;狂野的
turn out to be... 结果证明是……
 
IV. Post-reading
Choose one of the following.
1. Write about this friendship from Paris’ angle (角度). Use your imagination.
2. After reading the article, you may have a brand new understanding of friendship. Talk about your thoughts or inspirations with your partner. Then write down a short paragraph of 50 words.
3. Choose one of your best friends and first talk about how he or she is different and similar to you. Then write a short paragraph of at least 50 words. 
Words you can use:
like, similar to, also, unlike, similarly, in the same way, likewise, again, compared to, in contrast, in like manner, contrasted with, on the contrary, however, although, yet, even though, still, but, nevertheless, conversely, at the same time, regardless, despite, while, on the one hand … on the other hand. 
 

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