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高二教案 第713期
发布时间:2018-05-14

2017-2018学年度第39期总第713期高二教案
Modern poets (P4)
山东省烟台第二中学  孔洁
I. Lead-in
•What do you think of when you imagine English poetry?
Let’s enjoy two poems
Had I heavens’ embroidered cloths,
Enwrought with golden and silver light.
The blue and the dim and the dark cloths,
Of night and light and the half light.
I would spread the cloths under your feet,
But I, being poor, have only my dreams.
I have spread my dreams under your feet,
Tread softly because you tread on my dreams.                                                     -- W.B.Yeats,           
He Wishes for the Cloths of Heaven

What is stronger
Than the human heart
Which shatters over and over
And still lives
-- Rupi Kaur
Which one do you prefer? Why?
Simple? Relevant? 
II. While reading
Skimming
Read the passage quickly and find out its main idea.
•It introduces “Instapoets”, who write simple poems on the internet.
Scanning 
Read the passage in detail and figure out whether these statements are true or false
•For many people, poetry is something difficult to understand, so they rarely read poems.
•The new generation of writers are trying to associated poetry with people.
• Rupi Kaur has about 2 million fans and has published two poetry books, with one of them reaching the top of the New York Times Best Seller list.
•Kaur knows nothing about English literature.
Read the passage in detail and answer
•1. What are the features of Kaur’s poems?
•She writes about everything.
•She writes in a language that people can actually understand.
•2. Can you give some examples of Kaur’s poems?
If you are not enough for yourself
you will never be enough
for someone else
Being confident

Bring your hammers and fists
we have a glass ceiling to shatter
Let’s leave this place roofless
Fighting against gender inequality
•3. Why are Instapoets so popular?
•It is the sense of intimacy – which is the opposite to the usually condescending attitude that traditional poetry has – that makes Instapoets popular.
•4. What criticisms do the poems get?
•But there are criticisms that the poems by Instapoets are so simple that they don’t qualify as “real” literature – just like when US singer-songwriter Bob Dylan was given the Nobel Prize in literature in 2016, and when this year’s Pulitzer Prize for music went to Kendrick Lamar, a US rapper.
•5. Why does Kaur chose to keep poems simple?
•Because she wants readers to open up one of her books, start the poem, and from beginning to end she wants their reading experience to be simple.
III. After reading Deep-thinking 
•What’s the author’s attitude towards Instapoets? (supporting sentences)
•The author accepts them.
But there are criticisms that the poems by Instapoets are so simple that they don’t qualify as “real” literature – just like when US singer-songwriter Bob Dylan was given the Nobel Prize in literature in 2016, and when this year’s Pulitzer Prize for music went to Kendrick Lamar, a US rapper.
And as so many things have evolved along with technology – communication and shopping, to name two – who’s to say that literature shouldn’t  evolve along with it?
IV. Language focus Summary  
•Many of us refer to poetry as something ____ to understand and almost impossible to ____ to. But recently, a new generation of writers are _______ this art form by taking it to ______________like Instagram.
•_______to the usually condescending attitude of traditional poetry, Instapoets’ works have a sense of ________ which makes them popular.
•However, some criticisms consider the poems by Instapoets so simple that they don’t _____ as “real” ________.
•As for Kaur, who studied English ________ at school, she wants readers to _______ her book and have a simple reading _________. 
V. Discussion
•Do you think Instapoets are “real” literature? Why?


Fingers tell story of our lives (P6)
山东省烟台第二中学  孔洁
I. Lead-in
•What’s the function of fingerprints?
•Can fingerprints only be used to reveal our identity?

II. While reading Skimming
Read the passage quickly and find out the main idea of the passage
It explores the function of fingerprints, which could reveal a lot more about us than just our identity.

III. While reading Scanning 
Para 1-2
•Fingerprints were the easiest way to _____ serious crimes.
•It is _____that each of us has our own ______ fingerprints.
Para 3-4 What information can our fingerprints reveal, apart from our identity?
•According to Melanie Bailey of The Conversation, fingerprints can ______ lifestyle and environment, eating habits, possible ____________ and even the job of a person.
Para 5-6 How can we figure all this out from just a simple fingerprint?
•A fingerprint is _______when a finger makes contact with a_____. To make fingerprints _____, a chemical development process is used.
•Things that are ____between the ridges,  like traces of sweat, blood, and food, _______a lot of information about us – what we’ve touched, what we’ve eaten and even what drugs we’ve taken.
Para 7-8 Which of the following fields could fingerprints be applied to?
•Architecture
•Music
•Medicine
For example, researchers were able to tell what medicines people were taking from their fingerprints, which may be of great help in the future to doctors treating their patients.
How do fingerprints work in medical treatment?
•Fingerprints can tell what medicines people are______.
•A fingerprint check may also be able to tell a doctor whether a patient is properly ________a drug they’ve been prescribed, which is ____in the treatment of some of the most serious illnesses.
Para 9  Read and judge
•Our fingerprints never change.
•The way fingerprints change reflects a lot of information.
•Fingerprint science will be limited to the crime lab.
In the future, fingerprint science won’t be restricted to the crime lab but could help doctors keep us in the best possible health.

IV. Language focus Sentences  
Find out the following sentences and analyze them
•Stuck between the ridges of a fingerprint, however, are substances that can tell a story about who we are.
What are
attributive clause
•As Scientific American noted, this is particularly important for patients undergoing treatment for cardiac conditions and psychosis, as these people might struggle to absorb drugs or forget or choose not to take them.
正如……所说
动词-ing短语做后置定语
because
fight to

IV. Language focus  Words
Chose the words with a similar meaning to the underlined words
show   taking in   experiencing  limited   give away               
•Fingerprints can indicate lifestyle and environment, eating habits, possible medical problems and even the job of a person.
•As Scientific American noted, this is particularly important for patients undergoing treatment for cardiac conditions and psychosis.
•Things like traces of sweat, blood, and food reveal a lot of information about us – what we’ve touched, what we’ve eaten and even what drugs we’ve taken.
• A fingerprint check may also be able to tell a doctor whether a patient is properly absorbing a drug they’ve been prescribed.
•In the future, fingerprint science won’t be restricted to the crime lab but could help doctors keep us in the best possible health.
V. Discussion
Can you think of other fields to which fingerprint science could be applied?
 


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