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发布时间:2019-11-25

2019-2020学年度第13期总第698期

Viral learning (P4-5)
宁波诺丁汉大学附属中学 贺晓云
Task 1 Warming up
 

Task 2 Predicting
Viral learning
A. Internet    B. Visual       C. Popular     D. Cooperative

https://v.youku.com/v_show/id_XMzc1NTU1MTQ2OA==.html
In the past, we got subject knowledge mainly through books.
With the Internet popping up, we get access to various learning resources.

Task 3 Skimming 
Why does the writer define it as viral learning?
The population in Shanghai, Zhejiang, Anhui, Jiangsu: 
 


Task 4 Skimming for structure
Part 1:  Traditional approaches to learning.                      Para ___
Part 2: Popularity and development of MOOCs in China.           Para ___
Part 3: The public's comments on MOOCs.                        Para ___


Main idea of the text: 
This text introduces a new t_____ of learning - MOOCs. Different from conventional learning ways, MOOCs is like a study hub _______ scholars in a wide range of areas offer to share knowledge and p_________ universities offer to share courses.

Key:
 

Task 5 Scanning
 

 
What is the purpose of the text?
To introduce and promote MOOCs since the writer deliberately demonstrates many of its advantages.

Task 5 Further thinking  
Are you interested in MOOCs? 
If so, what do you want to learn through MOOCs?
What do you think are the disadvantages of MOOCs?

Task 6 Writing
Please write an essay describing the popularity of MOOCs and their advantages. 

Water waste starts with snacks (P6)
山东省烟台第二中学  孔洁

I. Leading in
•Have you ever thought about how much water people usually use in daily life? 

•Does snacking increase our consumption of water? 

II. Skimming
What is the passage about?
It introduces a study on the water-scarcity footprint caused by snacking. 

II. Skimming  
Divide the passage into different parts 
Part 1    Para. 1 Introduction of the topic 
Part 2    Para. 2-6 Research findings of water-scarcity footprint study
Part 3    Para. 7-10 Water-scarce situations around the world

Water-scarcity footprints
1. What is a water-scarcity footprint?
•A water-scarcity footprint is a measurement of water consumption and its effect on the local environment. 
2. How is it calculated? 
•First, it counts the liters of water you used. Then, it looks at the place where the water was used. The less water is in your area, the less water you must consume to affect the footprint.

The research 


Water shortage 
1. Only 2.5 percent of Earth’s surface can be used for drinking or farming. 
2. Climate change is one of the causes of water shortages. 
3. In 2018, Cape Town, South Africa, nearly ran out of water due to its growing population.
4. By 2030, a world of about 8.6 billion people will need 50 percent more water, 35 percent more energy, and 40 percent more food. 

IV. Language focus
Paraphrase the following sentences. 
1. It turned out that a sweet tooth not only adds to our waistlines but also stresses our water resources.
•It was found that snacking would increase our weight as well as our consumption of water resources.  
2. The more scarce water is in your area, the larger your water-scarcity footprint.
•If water is more scare in your area, 1 litre of water will create a larger footprint than in a place with more water.
3. In 2018, Cape Town, South Africa, nearly ran out of water due to a drought.
•Because of a drought, Cape Town, South Africa almost used up its water in 2018. 
4. So, we need to watch what we eat, not just for our personal health but for the health of our societies.
•So, being careful about what we eat is not only good for our health, but also beneficial to the water supply of our societies. 

Find out the following expressions in the passage. 
隐形成本        hidden cost
仔细观察/研究    take a close look into
一个广泛认可的水消耗测量方法    a widely recognized measurement of water consumption
不足为奇        not surprisingly
削减/减少        cut out
增长的人口        growing population
极端天气        extreme weather

V. Discussion 
Apart from snacking, what are other causes of water shortage? Can you figure out some solutions? 
Causes: global warming, environmental pollution, the ever-increasing population, water waste, snacking
Solutions: reserving water; turning sea water into fresh water; stopping water pollution by law; making good use of water in our daily life

VI. Further study 
Write a short passage about the causes and solutions of water scarcity.
•众所周知,由于全球变暖、环境污染和人口增长,水资源短缺问题越来越严重。是时候行动起来了。
•首先,我们应该发展新技术好好利用现有的水资源,比如海水淡化。第二, 我们必须通过法律禁止水污染。最后,充分利用水资源是每个人的责任。比如,我们可以在日常生活中循环和节约用水。
Possible version 
•As we know, the global water shortage is becoming increasingly severe mainly due to global warming, environmental pollution and the ever-increasing population. Therefore, it’s high time we did something about it.
•Firstly, new methods need to be developed to use the existing water resources, for example, turning sea water into fresh water. Secondly, we must stop water pollution by law. Last but not least, it’s everyone’s responsibility to make good use of water, such as recycling and saving water in our daily life.

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