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高一教案 第722期
发布时间:2018-09-10

Learning life’s lessons (P1)华中师范大学第一附属中学朝阳学校 李萍Lead-in:1.Did your mom or dad read you fairy tales when you were young? 2.Can you name any famous fairy tales?What life lessons can we learn from these fairy tales?True love can overcome anything.The heroes and heroines finally live a happy life ever after. True love always win over evil.……Skim readingGo through the article quickly and find out the answer to the question:What does the passage mainly want to tell us?It mainly wants to tell us that as we grow older, we start to learn new life lessons from fairy tales.Detailed readingRead the article carefully and answer the following questions:1.Do we always learn the same life lessons from fairy tales?No. At a certain age, we start to learn new things about life from fairy tales.2.Why have fairy tales stayed popular for a long time, according to Laura Packer?Because they are stories of our lives in their most stripped down form. They are all about reality.3. Do children share the same perspective on fairy tales as adults?No. Children usually only see just one side of reality, while adults usually see the other.4. In what way is Maleficent different from Sleeping Beauty?In the film Maleficent, the queen wasn’t born evil. Instead, she suffers great losses growing up, which leads to the creation of her ‘evil’ side.5. How does James Finn Garner tell the classic story Little Red Riding Hood? He describes the wolf as a sexist, who tells Red Riding Hood that it isn’t safe for a little girl to walk through the woods alone.Free talk•Why do we learn different life lessons from fairy tales as we grow older? •Do you share the same perspective as the writer? Why or why not?Language focus1.Fairy tales endure because they are the stories of our lives in their most stripped down form. endure: (1) to experience and deal with sth that is painful or unpleasant, especially without complaining 忍耐,忍受e.g., They had to endure a long wait before the case came to trial.(2)to continue to exist for a long time 持续,持久e.g. Classic books endure because they continue to be relevant for many years.enduring adj. 持久的,耐久的 endurance n. 忍耐力2. They are stories of love and loss, desire and death, riches and ruin. desire: noun. A strong wish to have or do sth. 愿望,欲望e.g., She felt an overwhelming desire to return home.补充:desire V. to want sth. , to wish for sth. 渴望,期望固定搭配:desire sth. 想要某物 desire to do sth. 渴望做某事e.g., We all desire health and happiness. The couple desired to move to a bigger city.3. Unlike the children’s version of the story, we see that the queen wasn’t born evil. Instead, she suffers great losses growing up, leading to the creation of her ‘evil’ side.与儿童时期所理解的故事不同的是,我们看到这个故事中的王后不是天生就是邪恶的。相反,她在成长的过程中失去了很多东西,这才导致她“邪恶”一面的产生。version: a description of an event from the position of a particular person or group of people (从不同角度的)说法,描述e.g., She gave us her version of what had happened that day.suffervt. 遭受;忍受;蒙受vi.后接from/for意为“受……之苦”,“患……疾病”常用结构:suffer an attack/a defeat/losses/pains遭受打击/失败/损失/痛苦He suffered a lot of pain from the accident.他忍受着事故带来的痛苦。Do you suffer from headaches? 你经常头痛吗? She’s suffering from loss of memory. 她患有遗忘症。联想拓展sufferer n. 受苦者,受难者suffering n.痛苦,苦难 Happiness of dolphins (P6)江阴一中 韦容I. Warming up List some intelligent animals For many years, people believed that the cleverest animals after man were chimpanzees. Now, however, there is proof that dolphins may be even cleverer than these big apes. Share more information about dolphins:1. Dolphins are able to talk to one another by using a simple language. Each dolphin creates its own unique vocal whistle. Therefore, they can call to each other by imitating the whistle of a dolphin they want to communicate with.2. Dolphins are very friendly towards humans. There are many stories of dolphins guiding ships through difficult and dangerous waters. There are also reports of dolphins protecting human swimmers from sharks by swimming in circles around them, or rushing the sharks to shoo them away.3. Dolphins are social creatures and will stay with injured or ill members of a group, helping them to the surface to breathe.4. Dolphins have excellent eyesight and hearing that is 10 times stronger than humans’. II. Lead-in Dolphins have streamlined bodies that are adapted for fast swimming. 1. Have you ever swum with a dolphin? 2. Where can we interact with dolphins?at a dolphinarium / in a marine park3. Are dolphins happy at a dolphinarium?III. New words IV. Reading Comprehension 1.What is the result of the experiments?The dolphins enjoy playing with humans the most.2.Does the result mean dolphins are happier in captivity than they are in the wild?No.3.What are the harmful results of dolphins being raised in captivity?Dolphins may never learn the skills necessary to survive in the wild. The animal may never survive in the wild.V. DiscussionWhat other harmful effects do you think captive dolphins may suffer from?Possible answers:They may experience shorter life spans. Improper physical contact with dolphins can transfer diseases, making them sick. What can we do to ensure the happiness of dolphins?For captive dolphins, we should take good care of them and interact with them more. For wild dolphins, we should keep their living environment clean by reducing pollution. VI. HomeworkDo some research about the living conditions of dolphins and find more detailed information about how we can protect them. Write an essay summarizing your findings.

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