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初三教案 第585期


Finding great views (P3)
1. Have you ever gone on an “unforgettable” trip?
2. What impressed you most during your trip?
While reading
1. What do we know about the author’s trip to Chile?
A. He visited a local school.
B. He was not alone on the trip.
C. He didn’t go to its capital city.
D. He spent his whole holiday there.
2. According to the author, _____ was an unforgettable experience.
A. living with a new family
B. speaking Spanish
C. seeing cave paintings
D. visiting the Atacama Desert
3. Paragraph 2 mainly tells us about _____.
A. how the author felt about the trip to Chile
B. what the author did during the trip
C. how the author got the chance to visit Chile
D. what the most attractive scenery in Chile is
4. What do we know about Santiago from the last paragraph?
A. It is the capital city of Spain.
B. It has more modern buildings than London.
C. Mountains are all around the city.
D. People can only get there by cable car.
Words in use
Fill in the blanks:
1. You need plenty of time; _________ (除此之外), you also need diligence.
2. We _________ (趋向) make mistakes when we do things in a hurry.
3. As a child, I was ________ (包围) by love and kindness.
1. Traveling is a good way to experience different places.
What do you think we can learn from traveling?
Sailor’s kiss makes history (P4)
1. Do you like to take photos? Why or why not?
2. Which photo is your favorite? Can you describe it and explain why you like it best?
While reading
1. What do we know about Mendonsa?
A. He passed away in 2019.
B. He was a journalist.
C. He took a famous photo.
D. He fought in World War II.
2. Where did Mendonsa meet Friedman?
A. On a ship.                
B. At the dentist’s office.  
C. In Times Square.  
D. In a theater.
3. Why did Mendonsa kiss the woman?
A. To show how much he loved her.
B. To celebrate the victory against Japan.
C. To attract the attention of the photographer.
D. To express thanks for her help.
4. What do we know from the story?
A. Mendonsa was having his hair cut when he heard about the victory.
B. Eisenstaedt didn’t know who the two people were when he took the photo.
C. The pair in the photo became best friends.
D. The name of the woman in the photo is still a mystery.
Words in use
1. We have defended the fruits of our v_____.
2. He gave a detailed a______ of what happened on that fateful night.
3. Do you m_____ if I ask you one more question?
A picture is worth a thousand words, but it can’t always tell the whole story.
What does this saying mean?
Put a name to a face (P6)
1. Who gave you your name?
2. Do you know the meaning of your name?
While reading
1. What does the story mainly tell us?
A. It’s not polite to ask strangers about their names. 
B. There are several ways to guess a stranger’s name.
C. People can guess others’ names based on their appearance.
D. A person’s appearance can be affected by three factors.
2. What do we know from this research?
A. People are good at recognizing the different characteristics of faces.
B. The volunteers guessed nearly four names correctly out of ten.
C. Nicknames have a bigger influence on people’s appearance.
D. Gender and race have no influence on a person’s appearance.
3. Dr Ruth Mayo thinks some people look like their names because of _____.
A. their unique culture
B. a self-fulfilling prophecy
C. racial stereotypes
D. their living environment
4. According to the story, men named Bob are expected to _____.
A. have big eyes
B. wear glasses
C. look beautiful
D. have round faces
Words in use
1. 你到底想对我说什么?
 What _______ are you trying to tell me?
2. 气候和天气影响着我们生活的方方面面。
 Climate and weather _____ every aspect of our lives.
3. 这部机器是以其发明者的名字命名的。
 The machine is ______ after its inventor.
• Do you know of any stereotypes about names in Chinese culture?
• Talk about your classmates’ names. Do you think they look like their names?
1. B。从文中第一段第一句During the summer holiday, I was lucky enough to go to Chile (智利) in South America along with some of my schoolmates.可以得知暑假期间作者很幸运的和一些同学去了南美的智利。故答案选B。
2. D。 由文章第二段第三句My trip to the Atacama Desert was an unforgettable experience.可以作者去阿塔卡马沙漠经历是难以忘怀的。故答案为D 。
3. B。从文章第二段第四句Not only did I see some incredible scenery, but I was also able to experience some unique (独特的) things there.可以得知作者不仅看到一些不可思议的风景,而且在那里体验了一些独特的东西。故答案为B。
4. C。从文章的最后一段倒数第二句Santiago is surrounded by mountains.可以得知圣地亚哥被群山环绕。故答案为C。 
Word in use
1. in addition   2. tend to   3. surrounded
1. A。从第一段最后一句The sailor in the iconic photo V-J Day in Times Square, George Mendonsa, died last month at age 95. 可以得知二战经典照片“胜利之吻”中的男主角水手乔治·门多萨在2019年2月份病逝,享年95岁。故答案为A。
2. C。从文章第二段最后一句In Times Square, people were celebrating the victory everywhere. 可以得知当时日本宣布无条件投降,纽约民众纷纷走上纽约时代广场的街头庆祝胜利。从下文描述也可知,摄影师正是在时代广场拍到了胜利之吻。故答案为C。
3. B。从文章倒数第二段They then ran out and joined the street celebration in Times Square.和最后一段It was just somebody really celebrating … it wasn’t a romantic event两位主角对当时心情的描述,可以得知女主角认为这不是那种意义的吻,只是人们在庆祝胜利。故答案为B。
4. B。 文章的第四段最后一句Eisenstaedt forgot to ask for the pair’s names!可以得知杂志摄影师伊森斯塔特并不知道他拍的这两个人是谁。故答案为B。
Word in use
1. victory   2. account   3. mind
1. C。文中第一段最后一句为主题句Scientists are suggesting that humans tend to associate people’s names with their appearance, and can even guess someone’s name based on how they look.科学家们提出人类倾向于把人的名字和外表联系起来,甚至根据长相来猜测一个人的名字。故答案为C。
2. B。从文章中第三段第一句The volunteers were able to guess the right name 38 percent of the time.可以得知志愿者猜对名字的概率为38%,即大约4/10。故答案为B。
3. B。从文章第五段because of a process of self-fulfilling prophecy as we become what other people expect us to become可以得知Dr Ruth Mayo认为“人如其名”是因为当我们成为别人期望我们成为的人时,即人们自我实现预言的过程。故答案为B。
4. D。从文章最后一段第三句people tend to think that men named Bob should have rounder faces可以得知人们倾向于认为叫Bob的人的脸应该更圆。故答案为D。
Word in use
1. exactly   2. affect   3. named 

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