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高一教案 第716期

Closer to art (P4)
中国人民大学附属中学  宋玖青

I. Warming up  
Do you like to visit museums? What’s the most interesting museum you’ve ever been to?

II. Pre-reading
What would you expect to see at the “Museum of Ice Cream”?

III. While-reading
Read the article and answer the following questions.
1.Where did the Museum of Ice Cream open in 2016?
In New York.

2.Who is the Japanese artist that created the exhibition “Infinity Mirrors”?
Yayoi Kusama.

Close Reading
Read the article again, and fill in the chart.
Comparison between traditional and pop-up museums

Decide whether the following statements are true or false.
1.When the Museum of Ice Cream opened in New York in 2016, it was not taken seriously.
2.The Museum of Pizza will be open for two weeks.
3.In “Infinity Mirrors”, people stood in mirrored rooms for hours at a time.
4.The most attractive feature of pop-up museums is that they make visitors feel close to art.

IV. Post-reading
Think about your answers to the following questions, and discuss them in groups of four. Then, share your thoughts with the class.
1.Why are more and more pop-up museums being opened?
2.Do you think that people should be able to experience all kinds of art? If yes, give your ideas of improvements to traditional museums; if no, explain your reasons.

V. Homework
According to the examples in the article, design your own pop-up exhibition and make a poster for it.
You may consider the following questions:
1.What is the theme of your exhibition?
2.What would you like to show in your exhibition?
3.What are some unique features of your exhibition?

Many views of smile (P6)
山东省烟台第二中学 赵娜娜
I. Warming up  
Do you think she is smiling or grimacing (愁眉苦脸)?
Can you describe the emotions on these people’s faces?

II. Understanding-fast reading
Read the passage quickly and find out its main idea.
How one interprets others’ facial expressions has a close relationship with one’s own mental state.

III. Understanding-detailed reading
1. What is “smiling for the camera” ?
•Putting on a ____of happiness that one doesn’t really feel.
2. What theory is the study based on?
• The scientists’ study is based on the theory that the brain is a ____________that looks to past experiences to know what to expect from the future.
3. What did the scientists discover?
• Scientists discovered that an image of a neutral expression was _____________be read as a smile or a grimace when it had been shown alongside a face with a smile or a grimace.
4. Can you explain the phenomenon?
• We are the _______of our own experience. Our brain makes predictions about what it expects to see and uses information from the world to _____its expectations.

IV. Understanding - words & phrases
1.renowned paintings
renowned= well-known
2. Interest in the sixteenth-century portrait … has always focused on one particular detail: her expression.
3. equivalent: something that has the same meaning
4. grimace: an expression you make by twisting your face because you do not like something or because you are feeling pain
5. perceptions: what you see sth
6. enigmatic: mysterious and difficult to understand

V. Post-reading
Retell the study to your partners.
the content?
the theory ?
the explanation?

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