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高一教案 第475期


青岛天龙中学 刘睿君
Racing ahead to fame (P4)
I. Pre-reading
1.     Have you watched a Formula 1 race?
2.     Tell us something you know about it.
Formula One, also known as Formula 1 or F1, and referred to officially as the FIA Formula One World Championship,[2] is the highest class of single seater auto racing. The F1 season consists of a series of races, known as Grands Prix (in English, Grand Prizes), held on purpose-built circuits and public roads. Formula One cars are considered to be the fastest circuit-racing cars in the world, capable of racing at speeds of up to 360 km/h (220 mph).
. Questions
1.     What's Rosberg’s father’s attitude towards his career choice?
His father paid attention to his academic studies, encouraged him to have a wide range of choices, and did not force him to choose F1.
2.     Why did Nico Rosberg finally choose car racing as his career?
His father is a former F1 world champion, and he was trained in it since his youth. Most importantly, he has the gift that was passed down from his father: the gift of excellent F1 race car driving.
3.     What made Nico Rosberg finally succeed?
His physical and mental abilities worked together to bring him success.
4.     Translate the following idiom: “like father, like son”.
5.      He can deal with the physical demands (要求) of sport and solve problems at the   same time
. Vocabulary
Be sure of                                确信
Deal with                                处理
Academic                                学术的,理论的
looked back                              回顾;倒退
. After reading
Have you decided what you want to do after graduation, or your career direction?
What do you what to do in the future, and why?
Bye-bye to bad memories (P5)
I.         Pre-reading
 Short memory game
Rules: You have five minutes to remember the words on list 1, then find which words you remember on list 2.
List 1: read, pages, letters, school, study, reading, stories, sheets, cover, pen, pencil, magazine, paper, words
List 2: house, pencil, apple, shoe, book, flag, rock, train, ocean, hill, music, water, glass, school
Did you say that "book" was on list 1? Only pencil and school were on list 1.
. Questions
1.Translate the following sentence.
The answer is a mixture of personality, gender (性别) and the methods someone uses to make sense of their feelings.
2.What are the similarities and difference between sensitive men and women in dealing with bad memories?
Similarity: they think about bad memories again and again and also recall more bad memories than other people do.
Difference: the way they deal with bad memories brings different results.
3. Use your own words to describe the so-called vicious circle.
Depression makes people recall bad memories, bad memories make them feel more depressed, and as a result they keep getting more depressed and recalling more bad memories.
. True or false
1.     Positive people never recall bad memories. F
2.     Personality plays an important part in the way people remember things. T
3.     The more women suppress bad memories, the more upset they are. T
4.     The article aims to tell us to women are more likely to suffer from depression than men. F
.  Group work
Let's test our short term memories. Get a tray or a large plate. (The kind of trays from the cafeteria work.) Put 10 to 20 objects on the tray, then cover them with a towel or cloth. Tell your subjects that you have a number of objects on the tray and that you want them to remember as many items as possible. Also tell them that they will have only one minute to view them. Then take off the cover from the tray and start timing them. After one minute, cover up the tray. Have your subjects write down all the items that they can remember. Could they remember all of the items? Are there any items that were forgotten by all the subjects? Teach your subjects some of the memory techniques (see below) and repeat the experiment.
        Tray or plate
        10-20 small items (like an eraser, pencil, coin, marble, etc.)
        Cloth or towel to cover the tray
        Paper and pencils for your subjects to write down what they remember
My drinking and driving mistake (P6)
I. Pre-reading
How do you feel about China’s new traffic rules on drunk driving?
. Questions
1.What does the author want to tell us in the article?
It is not right to drink and drive. If you do, you will get severe punishment, and it isn’t worth it.
2.Why did the police ask the author to stand on one foot?
To see whether she could stand well in order to see if she had been drinking.
3.Why did the author get arrested?
She drove after drinking and refused to do what the police asked her to do.
4.Translate the sentence “Walk heel to toe down the white line, please.”
. True or false
1.     The author hesitated before she took a swig. T
2.     The policeman knew the author was drunk so he asked her to pull over to take the test. F
3.     The author might have passed the second test if she didn’t drink. F
4.    This experience taught the author an important lesson. T
. Reading
Read the article quickly, and then try to repeat the story with the following clues.

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