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高一教案 第490期
发布时间:2012-10-10

 

12-13年度第6期总第490期高一教案
British people say ‘give me some space’ (P4-5)
哈尔滨市第一中学校 张婳
I. Pre-reading
Match the country and the way people greet.
II. Reading
1. Which of the following is true?
A. British people are comfortable with two meters of space between them and others.
B. As long as they have space, British people will feel comfortable.
C. British people feel terrible when they take a bus.
D. Even if they have space, British people still worry about odd looks or terrible sounds.
2. Which of the following will British people do?
A. Get on a bus packed with 100 people.
B. Hug a stranger.
C. Kiss goodbye to their good friends.
D. Queue up for the bus.
3. What causes the big culture differences?
A. Their ancestors made the rules.
B. The temperatures are different.
C. Some areas are crowded with people while other areas not.
D. Chinese people are busier than Britons so they are closer to each other.
【Key】DDC
III. Vocabulary
Look at the following sentences and think about the meaning of the words.
 YOU’VE probably heard of the territorial (地域性的) behavior of animals, but it seems this applies just as much to humans.
适用于
Personal space is a strange phenomenon that varies hugely between cultures.
vary 变化
 Brits tend (通常) not to make much physical contact with strangers.
倾向于
Some people say that it has something to do with population density (密度).
与…有关
Many people are used to being in more crowded situations.
习惯于
 

①apply to, ②vary, ③be used to doing,④tend to, ⑤have something to do with

 
 
Fill in the blanks.

 

 
1. Her diligence must ___ his success.
2. This method doesn’t ___ him.
3. You must ___ housework once a week, or your room will be dirty.
4. We___make mistakes when we do things in a hurry.
5. As opinions___on that point, no decision can be reached.
【Key】5 1 3 4 2
IV. Structure
看以下句子并分析doing部分在句子中做什么成分。
For a British person visiting the country, being packed with 100 people on a bus designed for just 40 passengers can be a real test of their cultural sensitivity (敏感度).
后置定语
Many people are used to being in more crowded situations.
介词宾语
no one is afraid of violating another person’s personal space.
介词宾语
Many people in China also grow up in smaller homes than people in the UK, meaning they are used to being in a more intimate (亲密的) environment.
状语
 
高考题
【2012湖南卷】 The lecture, ____ at 7:00 pm last night, was followed by an observation of the moon with telescopes.
A. starting     
B. being started     
C. to start      
D. to be started
【2012辽宁卷】 The old couple often take a walk after supper in the park with their pet dog ____      them.
A. to follow        
B. following       
C. followed        
D. follows
【2012四川卷】I looked up and noticed a snake ____ its way up the tree to catch its breakfast.
A. to wind         
B. wind           
C. winding       
D. wound
 
【Key】ABC
 
 
Should we be optimistic (P5)
合肥世界外国语学校谢冰
I. Warm-up
Work out the meanings of the Key Words:
confidence –信心,自信
confident –自信的
optimism –乐观,乐观精神
optimistic –乐观的
pessimism –悲观,悲观情绪
pessimistic –悲观的
 
Fill in the gaps with the Key Words:
confidence, confident, optimism, optimistic, pessimism, pessimistic
Tom is looking forward to getting the result of his English test with optimism, because he is optimistic/confident about it and sure that he will be successful.
But Mary has less confidence. She is always pessimistic about her ability and anxiously waits for the result with pessimism.
 
Discussing:
How do you usually feel before an exam?
Are you optimistic or pessimistic?
Do you think that helps your performance?
 
II. Reading
Answer the following questions.
  1. Can confidence or optimism improve our grades?
It can if you are a girl. But for boys, it could have the opposite effect.
  1. What kind of feeling contributes to girls’ grades? Why?
For female students, optimism is beneficial because they have comparatively lower self-esteem and they’re naturally more conscientious. 
  1. What effect could optimism have on male students? List your reasons.
Optimism could have negative effect on male students because it can contribute to their overconfidence and make them work less.
  1. What attitude do you think will help your study? What actually determines your grades?
(The best way to get a good grade is still to study hard.)
 
III. Vocabulary
Write the opposite of the following:
male –female
nervous –relaxed/calm
rarely –mostly, often  
certain –uncertain  
optimism –pessimism
optimistic –pessimistic
fortunately –unfortunately
confident –unconfident
 
Choose the best answers:
1.      Researchers found that being nervous could probably improve boys’ grades. But ______ you are confident?
 A. what about     B. what if   C. how about      D. how come
2. – Does confidence help? – _____.
 Which of the following can’t be chosen?
 A. It depends     B. That all depends   C. That depends D. It depends on.
3. Optimism in male students ____ overconfidence. Which of the following is not right?
   A. leads to    B. causes of   C. results in   D. contributes to
4.      They go out and have a BBQ the night before ____ studying enough for a test.
   A. instead of   B. instead   C. other than     D. in spite of
 
Answers: BDBA
 
IV. Grammar
Choose the best answers:
1.      They found that female students who were more optimistic achieved much higher grades than _____ were more pessimistic.
 A. who      B. those who       C. those        D. the one that
2. If you ____ nervous you probably won’t do very well.
   A. will be     B. were    C. are     D. are going to be
3. Girls are rarely overconfident – that’s ____ they are usually well prepared for exams.
   A. what       B. for      C. why      D. because
4.      Probably the best way ____ a good grade is still ____ hard.
   A. to getting; to study   B. of getting; study 
C. of get; studying     D. to get; to study
 
Answers: BCCD
 
 
Listen to yourself (Page 6)
山东烟台二中 赵娟
I.          Fast Reading
Read the passage quickly and answer the following questions.
1. Why did the first frog die?
Key: He took in what other frogs said and gave up and died finally.
2. Compared with the first frog, how did the second frog manage to jump out of the hole?
Key: She didn’t hear what the other frogs were saying and kept jumping as hard as she could.
II. Read for detailed information
1. What does the story of the second frog tell us?
Key: have a positive mindset, ignore others’ opinions and do anything we have set our minds to.
2. Translate the sentence
We need wisdom to help us find the right path, so as not to be blindly guided by worldly opinion.
Key: 我们需要智慧帮助我们找到正确的道路,以便于不被世俗的观点所误导。
III.Language learning
穿过树林travel through the woods
和死了没什么区别as good as dead
接受,理解take in
激励某人做某事inspire sb to do
努力战胜一切困难try hard against all odds
使…区别很大make all the difference
对… 充耳不闻be deaf to
一心想做…set our minds to
IV.After-reading
What did you learn from the story? Please discuss in groups.

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