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初三春季合刊教案3
发布时间:2020-05-18

本期配套教案共6页:  1  2  3  4  5  6

TEENS 初三19-20学年春季合刊教案三

本部分教案由姜瑶,娄本秋老师完成。

Meeting again for the first time

作者:娄本秋

 

Warm up

particular: greater than usual

phenomenon: a common event in nature or society

reproduce: to make sth happen again in the same way

replace: to be used instead of sth/sb else

recognize: to know who sb is or what sth is when you see or hear them, because you have  seen or heard them or it before

1. Globalization is a _________of the 21st century.

2. I ________him as soon as he came in the room.

3. The atmosphere of the novel is successfully _______ in the movie.

4. ______emphasis will be placed on oral language training.

5. Teachers will never be _____by computers in the classroom.

 

1. phenomenon   2. recognized              3. reproduced      4. Particular  5. replaced

 

Pre-reading

 

Careful reading

Text structure

Paragraph 1: What is “deja vu”?

Paragraph 2: How to explain “deja vu”?
Paragraph 3: An example of “deja vu”.

Paragraph 4: Good sides of “deja vu”.

 

Reading comprehension

Part 1: Choose the best answer for each question.

1.“Deja vu” refers to _____.

A. a phenomenon that happens during sleep

B. a phenomenon that happens more than once

C. a sense of familiarity in a new situation

D. a common feeling of strangeness

 

2. 2. How can scientists explain deja vu?

A. By experiencing it themselves.

B. By reproducing it in an experimental setting.

C. By studying video games.

D. By studying people who have poor memories.

 

3. What do we know about deja vu, according to Paragraph 3?

A. It seldom happens to people with good memories.

B. It shows that our brains are in good shape.

C. It is recognized as a mental illness.

D. It happens when our memories fail.

 

4. The last paragraph tells us about _____.

A. the positive sides of deja vu

B. the influence of deja vu on memory

C. new findings about deja vu

D. young people who experience deja vu

 

Part 2: Answer the following questions.

1. What's the name of the video game that was used to study deja vu?

  The Sims

2. Is deja vu a failure of memory?

  Yes. Scientists think deja vu might be explained as a simple failure of memory.

3. What is epilepsy?

  A brain disease that can cause seizures.

4. Should we be worried when we experience deja vu?

  There is no need to worry as long as it doesn’t affect your daily life.

5. Why are young people more likely to experience deja vu?

As their brains are still growing.

 

Reading Skill Main Idea & Supporting Details

The main idea is the major point that the author wants readers to understand.

Supporting details are used to explain the main idea. Supporting details give more information about the main idea.

According to the main idea, find three supporting details in the text.

 

Words in use

Vocabulary Building Strategy 1 - Borrowed words

The English language borrows words directly from languages from all around the world. Look at the chart for some examples.

 

Vocabulary Building Strategy 2 - Prefix (re-)

A prefix is a letter or group of letters added to the beginning of a word to change its meaning. Once you learn to recognize a prefix, you can use its meaning to help you understand and remember the meaning of words that start with the prefix.

 

Vocabulary Word: reproduce – meaning: to make sth happen again in the same way

Other words that contain the same prefix: rebirth; rebuild; reappear

Sentence from the text:

1. Scientists have tried to use VR technology to reproduce it.

2. These problems are difficult to reproduce in the laboratory.

 

Complete the crossword and use the words to finish the sentences.

 

Words: phenomenon  particular      reproduce     replace  recognize

Across

1. We must pay _________ attention to this point.

3. Glaciers are unique and interesting natural _________.

4. We haven’t met for ages. I could hardly _________ him.

Down

2. The new design will eventually _________ all existing models.

4. The effect has proved hard to ________.

 

Answer:

Across: 1. particular   3. phenomenon          4. recognize

Down: 2. replace        4. reproduce

 

Post reading:

Complete the 3-2-1 reflection.

3-Facts I learned:

____________________________________________

2-Questions I have:

____________________________________________

1-Opinion I now have:

____________________________________________

 

 

 

What does WHO do?

作者:姜瑶

 

Warm up

1. Have you ever seen this logo?

2. What symbols can you see in the logo?

3. What might each stand for?

This is the logo of WHO, which is short for World Health Organization.

 

Pre-reading

Look at the title and the picture and predict.

1. What is the article probably about?

WHO’s job or duty.

2. What can you see in the picture?

A knight, a snail, the WHO logo, and COVID-19.

3. What does the picture want to show?

 

Fast reading

What is the article mainly about?

A. WHO’s role in the epidemic.

B. The need of the international community to work together.

C. The importance of unity during the outbreak.

D. The support WHO has received.

 

 

 

Careful reading

1. What is the WHO supposed to do as part of the UN?

As part of the United Nations, it is supposed to protect international public health, such as by directing countries and regions to fight diseases.

 

2. Trump used “missed the call” to say that _____.

A. the president missed a call from WHO

B. WHO should have taken action earlier

C. WHO recognized the danger of the epidemic

D. WHO was too “China-centric”

解析:should have done意为“本应该” ,一般用于谈论以往的事情,与过往事实相反,属于虚拟语气 ,多表示责备或后悔。

 

3. Did Antonio Guterres agree with Donald Trump?

No, he didn’t. He stressed the importance of the WHO.

 

4. How many WHO staff joined the fight against COVID-19?

Thousands of WHO staff.

 

5. What efforts have been made by WHO?

a. Thousands of WHO staff are fighting the disease.

b. It has sent 1.5 thousand test kits to several countries.

c. Experts from WHO are working on vaccines.

d. It continues to update the number of patients globally.

e. It unites people from all over the world.

A. acd          B. ade          C. bde           D. bcd

Conclusion: The WHO is important in fighting COVID-19.

 

6. What can we learn from the last paragraph?

A. Leaders all over the world have blamed WHO for the outbreak.

B. Many countries have sent medical staff to China.

C. Some countries’ leaders have supported WHO.

D. Many countries have given money to WHO.

 

Q & A

1. When was the WHO established?

On April 7, 1948.

2. Where is the WHO's headquarters?

Geneva.

3. How many members does the WHO have?

194.

4. How does the WHO get money?

It is funded by its member states.

 

Words in use

Complete the sentences using the words provided.

voice      suppose        support         fund              response

1. The WHO has _______ from most of its member states.

2. What are you ________ to do as a member of the family?

3. He didn’t give _______ to anything I said.

4. The WHO is _______ by its member states.

5. If you have any thoughts, don’t hesitate to ____ them.

 

1. support     2. supposed         3. response         4. funded             5. voice

 

Post reading

Celebrities in the WHO

Ambassadors (大使) are well-known people from the worlds of arts, literature, entertainment, sport or other fields of public life who contribute to the WHO‘s efforts to raise awareness of important health problems and solutions.
  Appointed (指定) by the Director-General for two years at a time, they work closely with the WHO to draw attention to its overall priorities (优先权) or a specific health issue affecting people's lives and well-being.

International footballer Alisson Becker was announced as WHO Goodwill Ambassador for Health Promotion (促进).

Becker is the goalkeeper for the Brazil and Liverpool football teams and an advocate (倡导者) for promoting physical activity, particularly among children.

On 3 June 2011, Chinese soprano singer and actress Peng Liyuan was appointed as WHO Goodwill Ambassador for Tuberculosis (结核病) and HIV/AIDS (艾滋病) .

Peng is a strong advocate of health and the control of tuberculosis and HIV. In China, she became the Minister of Health Ambassador for HIV/AIDS Prevention in January 2006 and the National Ambassador for TB Control and Prevention in March 2007.

 

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