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初三教案 第461期

Issue 461 For Junior 3

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Oxford and Cambridge: a rowing rivalry p(4)

I. Pre-reading

Look at the picture and guess:

1. Where are the students from?

2. What are they going to do together?


II. While reading

Choose the answer:

1. When was the first rowing race?

A. In 1829.

B. In 1877.

C. In 1912.    

D. In 2012.

2. What can we tell from the story?

A. Eighteen students from each university take part in the rowing race.

B. Teachers can also take part in the competition.

C. Students take part in the boat race just for fun.

D. Students train hard for the boat race.

3. Which statement about the rowing race is TRUE?

A. There were only men's races in previous years.

B. A boy stopped the race to insist on spending cuts.   

C. Both boats once sank because of the heavy rainstorm.

D. Cambridge won this year's boat race on the River Thames.

4. What is the main idea of the story?

A. The traditional boat race between two universities.

B. The popularity of Oxford and Cambridge universities.

C. Why the Oxford and Cambridge boat race is fun.

D. When to watch the Oxford and Cambridge boat race.


III. Post reading

Know more about the Boat Race.

What do you think of the boat race between the two universities?

What makes the boat race last for centuries?


Are friends more popular than you? P(5)

I. Pre-reading

How many friends do you have?

Are your friends more popular than you?


II. While reading

1. According to the “friendship paradox”, if you have fewer friends, it’s likely to be because _____.

A. you refuse to make friends with others

B. you are too shy to make friends

C. you are too popular to have a true friend

D. people like to be a popular person’s friend

2. Who are more likely to have an accurate idea of how popular their friends are?

A. Shy people.

B. Popular people.

C. More outgoing people.

D. Quieter people.

3. We can infer from the story that _____.

A. it is abnormal to think your friends have more friends than you

B. the friendship paradox is only true of real-life friends

C. people are likely to be jealous when their friends are more popular

D. outgoing people are more likely to think their friends are more popular


III. Post-reading

What does friendship mean to you?

What would you do if you found that your friends were more popular, richer, and happier than you?


Coat of good manners p(6)

I. Pre-reading

Which clothes do you like wearing best? Why?


II. While reading

1. According to the story, the coat was ____.

A. black and expensive

B. new and popular

C. well-fitted and cheap

D. big and old

2. What can we learn from Paragraph 3?

A. John liked to do homework a few weeks ago.

B. John behaved much better than he used to.   

C. The teacher didn't think John had changed.

D. The mom was worried about John's changes.

3. From the story, we know that _____.

A. the coat made a big difference to John's life

B. we shouldn't judge a person by his appearance   

C. it isn't easy to try a new life in new clothes

D. wearing magical coats help us go through doors

4. What message does the story tell us?

A. We should not judge people by their clothes.

B. Life is full of possibilities when you’re young.

C. It is good to try different things in life.

D. What we wear could help to shape who we are inside.


III. Post-reading

 Do you think the story is true or not? Why?

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