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高三教案 第604期
发布时间:2016-12-05

Computers teach us (P3)
沈阳第二中学 常虹
I. Lead-in
 
Do you know what this is? 
It is a BBK tutor machine. 
Can you use it in class? 
 
Look at some pictures of American and Chinese classes. 
What are the differences between them? 
 
Can you access the internet at school? In class? After class? 
If you can, what do you want to use the internet for?  
While reading 
II. While reading 
Scanning: 
Read the article and answer the following questions.
1.What does the author do before going to bed and after getting up? 
She checks her email.
2. What did the author have to figure out when she first went to America?
How all the different internet systems worked: Google Drive, Gmail, Moodle, Web-assign … 
3. Give an example of how the author uses the internet or computers to study.
Answers vary. For example, they look through artwork about the civil rights movement in history class, draw circles on tablets in math class and look at molecule movements on computer apps in chemistry class. 
 
Read, think and answer the questions. 
1.What might the author agree with?    C
A.American students depend too much on the internet.
B.It is difficult to follow the American way of studying.
C.It is effective and fun to involve computers in students’ studies.
D.The classroom is designed to be bigger in order to fit many computers in it.
2. The author wrote this passage mainly to ___C____. 
A.give information about how she uses computers to assist her in her particular studies
B.analyze why American students are too interested in technology
C.show the role the computers play in American students’ studies 
D.praise American students’ study methods
 
III. Language work
l... so the ability to search the internet is crucial to an A-plus piece of work. 
The usage of SEARCH
1.The Turkish security forces have started ________ the missing men.
2.Relief workers are still _________ the collapsed buildings.
3.The man took her suitcase from her and then ________ her.
4.She ______ her desk ____ the necessary information.
5.Hungry beggars roamed the streets ___________________ food.  
searching for;searching;searched; searched;for;in search of/searching for
 
lEach student is given an account that gives him or her access to his or her personal files on any SLUH computer.
personal      individual      private
辨析:用反义比对法来放大这三个词的不同之处,加深对它们的理解。比如personal(adj. /n.)的反义就是非他人的,或者非官方的。individual(adj. /n.))的反义就是集体,群体的。private(adj. /n.))是指私人的,反义就是public,公开的,不在意他人是否知道的 
1.After all,  _________strength is limited.
2.Like it or not, you will probably be judged by your _______  appearance.
3.His parents sent him to a ________ school.
4.A judge can't let _____ feelings color decisions.
5.Is there anywhere we can talk about it in ______?
6.He worked as a ______ detective after he left the police.
individual; personal; private; personal; private; private
 
 
IV. Post-reading
Design an interview
Suppose you were China’s education minister. Would you agree that Chinese students could access the internet in class? State your reasons for your answer.
Two or three students in one group. One plays the minister. The other student(s) is/are interviewer(s).
 
You may begin like this:
I: Good morning, minister. It is well-known that IT is developing fast. It is such a useful way to study that American students use the internet to help them with their schoolwork in class. How about letting Chinese students use it too?
M:……
 
V. Homework
Write a short passage about whether or not students should be able to use computers in all their classes on campus.
 
 
Believing fake news (P5)
天津市第三中学  朱煜
I. Warming up   
We’re bombarded (炮轰) with tons of information every day, which means that we learn about a lot of news.
Ask your partner the following questions:
1. Do you believe news once you hear it?
2. How can you tell whether it is true or not?
3. Why do you think many people believe everything they read or hear on news websites?
 
II. Fast reading
Read the article and choose the best answer.
According to the article, people tend to believe fake news mainly because ____.  B
A. they are ignorant
B. of how the human brain works
C. it’s hard for them to check its accuracy
D. fake news spreads faster than real news
 
III. Careful reading
The main reasons why people believe fake news:
lPeople tend to “_______” the information into their memory rather than _____ it first.
lPeople tend to rely on their ____________ when they recall information they have received.
l People tend to befriend those who are _________ on social media.
 
Key:download, check, first impression, like-minded 
 
IV. Vocabulary  
Study the following words or phrases.
1. People have fallen for inaccurate information.
be fooled by, be tricked by
 
2.The incorrect information gets stuck in our memory, even if we later read otherwise.
differently, or in another way
 
3.When the brain tries to pull up information later …
pick up, remember
 
4. people tend to befriend those who are “like-minded” on social media.
think alike, share opinions
 
5. Facebook also use algorithms (程序算法) to figure out preferences of users in order to feed them what they like to see.
what users prefer
 
6. … even if it might not fit your ideas or agree with what you’ve long suspected to be true. 
supposed
 
V. Discussion 
Further thinking:
Ø What do you think are the reasons for more and more fake news appearing on social media?
Ø What should be done to stop fake news spreading?
 
“Facts are facts and will not disappear on account of your likes.”
― Jawaharlal Nehru
 
Living my minority life (P6)
山东省莘县第一中学  熊士现
I. Warming up   
Free talk: 
Have you ever been in a situation in which your ideas or values were considered unimportant?
How do you feel when your ideas are considered unimportant? 
 
II. Pre-reading
As you may know, the US is a multicultural country in which the culture is different from state to state.
 
III. Fast reading
Read the text quickly and answer the following question.
What is the article mainly about?
The article is about the author’s experience of being excluded at college because of her heritage and how she successfully dealt with it. 
 
IV. Careful reading  
Read the article carefully and then answer the following questions: 
1. Where did most of his classmates go to college? 
   They stayed in Hawaii for college or went to schools on the West Coast.
2. Why did he choose to attend Purdue University?
   Because he wanted to broaden his horizons.
 
3. When the author stayed in Indiana, she found she was a ______ and felt like an ______ because of where she came from. So she lost ____ in her heritage and was _________________ to talk about her background. 
 
Key: minority, outsider, pride, less enthusiastic/reluctant/unwilling 
 
V. Careful reading
Decide whether these statements are true or false according to the article. 
1. People dismissed the author because they didn’t like her values.
2. The political nonprofit the author joined taught her to be tolerant and professional.
3. She discovered a love for working on laws at university.
4. After she returned to Purdue from Honolulu, the author tried to get rid of people’s ignorance of AAPIs. 
5. An increasing number of AAPIs are now going to universities beyond Hawaii.
6. The author was determined to be a civil servant after graduation.
 
Key: FFFTFT
 
VI. Post reading 
Sharing opinions:
If you had a similar experience to that of the author, what would you do?
 

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