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初三教案 第590期
发布时间:2019-04-15

 

初三18-19年第34期总第590期
How to help ourselves? (P2)
Pre-reading
1. Have you ever felt down?
2. What makes you feel upset?
3. What do you do when you have this kind of feeling?
 
 
 
While reading
 
1. What do we know about “self-care” from the story?
A. It means living by yourself. 
B. It started in Japan 20 years ago.
C. It focuses on one’s physical health. 
D. It refers to activities done by yourself.
 
2. People may feel “healed” while going on trips because _____.
A. they can do meditation or yoga during their trips
B. they don’t need to make plans
C. they get to know how other people live
D. they can relax and avoid daily stress
 
3. According to Xinhua, which of the following is TRUE?
A. “Healing travel” is a popular “self-care” activity.
B. Pets can help their owners stay healthy mentally.
C. Chinese people prefer to raise cats.
D. Chinese pet owners spend a lot of money on their pets.
 
4. What can we infer from the story?
A. Ryuichi Sakamoto’s music can make people feel better.
B. People who have pets are not necessarily happier or healthier. 
C. The middle class experiences more stress and mental health problems.
D. Chinese people will spend more money on their pets in 2019.
 
 
Words in use
Fill in the blanks:
1. I tried my best to ______ (劝慰,抚慰) him.
2. His French has _________(改善,提高) enormously.
3. You will need to _________(放松,慢下来) for a while.
 
 
 
Post-reading
1. According to the story, what are some ways in which we can soothe our nerves?
2. Is there anything that you do to relax when you feel nervous or upset? Does it work?
 
 
Presenting projects (P3)
Pre-reading
1. How many devices or domestic appliances (家用电器) in your house are powered by electricity?
2. What would happen if your home lost power?
 
 
While reading
1. The story mainly talks about _____.
A. a new invention that produces power
B. cities that have been hit by natural disasters
C. the Future City competition
D. a competition for middle school students
 
2. Paragraph 4 is written to _____.
A. explain how the students’ model could succeed
B. explain how the students’ project works
C. list the materials that the students used
D. explain how power failures happen
 
3. What do we know about Ryan Rowell?
A. He learned a lot in the competition.
B. He didn’t like thinking about things.
C. He thought marketing his team’s idea was difficult.
D. He was disappointed about losing the competition.
 
4. What do we know about the team from Justice Page?
A. They used AI technology to build their model.
B. They chose Washington, DC as the setting for their project.
C. They made great efforts to make their model realistic.
D. They won the competition in the end.
 
 
Words in use
根据中文提示完成下列句子:
 
1. 现在我可以步行去上班,而不必开车了。
    Now I can walk to work ________ going by car.
2. 即使是冰冷坚硬的钢铁,只要一点创意也能让它产生活力。
    Even cold hard iron can be ___________ with a little creativity.
3. 他们以木头、金属、皮革和布料为原料来制作物品。
    They _____things _____wood, metal, leather and cloth..
 
 
Post-reading
     What kinds of problems will people in the future have to deal with?
     Is there any problem in your city that troubles you? Can you think of any ways to solve this problem?
 
 
 
Save our elephants (P6)
Pre-reading
1. Can you name some endangered animals?
2. Which of these animals are endangered because of human activity?
 
 
While reading
1. Elephant tusks are similar to human teeth because _____.
A. they are sharp and long
B. they are connected to the skull
C. they have nerves inside
D. they get loose very easily
 
2. What does Paragraph 5 tell us?
A. The functions of elephant tusks.
B. How people get elephant tusks.
C. What it costs to poach elephants.
D. The number of elephants that are killed each year.
 
3. The word “demand” in Paragraph 5 probably means _____ in Chinese.
A. 缺乏
B. 需求
C. 质量
D. 生长
 
4. What do we know from the story?
A. Elephant tusks can’t grow back after being removed.
B. Elephants can live a normal life after losing their tusks.
C. African elephants were born without tusks after 1992.
D. Killing elephants for ivory is legal in African countries.
 
 
Words in use
根据首字母提示完成下列句子:
1. They are p______, unique and irreplaceable.
2. He's n_____ as tall as you are.
3. Toxic waste can endanger people and p____ the land.
 
 
Post-reading
1. What will happen to the elephants if hunters continue to kill them?
2. What can we do to protect elephants and other endangered animals?
 
 
 
答案与解析:
P2
1. B。从文中第一段最后一句 This is referred to as “self-care” 和第二段第一句 This idea originated in Japan. 及段末的时间1999可以得知“自我关爱”20年前起源于日本。故答案选B。
 
2. D。 由文章第四段最后一句Without a tour guide or detailed plan, they allow their bodies and minds to relax as they forget about daily stresses and noisy surroundings back home.可以得知在没有导游或详细计划情况下的旅行能让他们的身心得到放松,忘记了家里的日常压力和嘈杂的环境。故答案为D。
 
3. D。从文章第五段最后两句Chinese dog and cat owners spent over 5,000 yuan per pet on average in 2018. China’s pet industry now has a value of over 170 billion yuan, Xinhua reported可以得知中国的猫狗主人在2018年平均每只宠物花费超过5000元,宠物产业目前价值超过1700亿元人民币。故答案为D。
 
4. A。从文章第二段第二句It refers to any activity that can soothe one’s nerves clear one’s mind, and comfort a troubled heart. It was first used to describe the music of Japanese songwriter Ryuichi Sakamoto in 1999. 可以得知坂本龙一的音乐可以抚平人们的情绪,净化心灵。故答案为A。  
 
 
Word in use
1.soothe   2. improved   3. slow down
 
 
P3:
1. D。从第二段最后一句 Students from the Justice Page Middle School in Minneapolis, US, were on one of the teams 以及下文对他们的项目的介绍,可以得知文章侧重介绍了他们的比赛。故答案为D。
 
2. B。从文章第四段第一句In their project, they covered roofs in the city with solar panels,which powered a spinning ring that produces and stores power. 在他们的项目中他们做了什么,可以得知学生们在解释他们的项目是如何进行的。故答案为B。
 
3. A。从文章最后一段 Ryan Rowell, 13, said he thought it was cool to think about things that he hadn’t considered before. He also saw how other teams made their own presentations and marketed interesting ideas. 可以得知 Ryan Rowell从这次比赛中学到了很多。故答案为A。
 
4. C。文章的第五段内容 To make the model more realistic, they made a base out of wooden blocks and grass. The model has lights and even a small train that travels back and forth.可知为了使模型逼真他们尽了最大努力。故答案为C。
 
 
Word in use
1. instead of   2. brought to life   3. make, out of
 
 
P6
1. C。文中第三段倒数第二句The tusk has a nerve running down its center. This makes it similar to your teeth.可以得知象牙像人类的牙齿一样中心有一根神经。故答案为C。
 
2. B。从文章中第五段第二句some poachers poison healthy elephants and cut their faces open to remove the tusks.可以得知一些偷猎者毒死健康的大象,把他们的脸割开以获得象牙。故答案为B。
 
3. B。从文章第五段第一句these sources aren’t enough to keep up with the demand for ivory.可以得知通过限量捕杀和正常死亡获取象牙的来源无法满足对象牙的需求。故答案为B。
 
4. A。从文章第二段最后一句 The tusks are gone forever after being removed 可以得知象牙被拔掉后不会再生。故答案为A。
 
 
Word in use
1. priceless   2. nearly   3. poison
 
 
 
 
 

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