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高三教案 第678期
发布时间:2019-03-18

2018-2019学年度第29期总第678期高三教案
Simple but savory (P4-5)
烟台第二中学  李欣桐
I. Lead-in 
Are you a foodie?
•Eating delicious food is an important part of life.
•Find yourself unable to resist the temptation of food? 
You wouldn’t want to miss the documentary Flavorful Origins.
•Premiered online last month
•With 20 episodes released so far
•The creator previously directed A Bite of China.
Takes viewers through the history and culture of the Chaoshan region of Guangdong province.
II. While-reading 
A first look
Read the article and figure out what it’s about.
The new documentary series Flavorful Origins _____ the history and culture of the Chaoshan region of Guangdong province,  affecting viewers with _____ and sounds and allowing us to see the people who create this cuisine.
A closer look
Read the article and answer the following questions.
1. What is Chaoshan food?
•Chaoshan food is mainly _________  and known for fresh ____ that aren’t obscured by heavy _________. 
•Many local dishes are braised, ______ or ________(炒的). 
•They are revered by foodies for letting the flavors of their vegetables, fruits and ______ come out.
2. How does the show affect viewer with images and sounds?
As part of presenting the fresh flavors of Chaoshan, Chen looks at how each dish is made.
•The images and sounds are like those of food being prepared and cooked. It makes the entire package very appetizing.
•Olives- We get close, detailed _____ of olive flesh and seeds. Meanwhile, we are told about the complex flavor of the olives- first ____ , then sweet- as they dissolve in the mouth.
•The ancient tradition of preparing thinly sliced ____ fish, which became what we now know as sashimi.
3. Why does Flavorful Origins go “behind the curtain”?
It allows us to see the people who create this cuisine.
•In the episode about beef hotpot, a young apprentice watches patiently while the ____ samples his sliced beef cuts.
4. According to Chen, what is the relationship between food and people?
These people clearly treat their food with respect, and that attitude is contagious.
•________ where it comes from, food is connected to the people who make and eat it. Behind the mouthwatering images are personal stories that  _____ people’s attitudes.
These people and their stories give new meaning to everyday dishes.
III. Post-reading 
Discussion
What have you learned from this article?
Food is not only food, but a spirit that passes from generation to generation, reflecting people’s attitudes and giving new meaning to everyday dishes.
IV. Words & Expressions
•发现你自己不能抵挡诱惑
•纪录片
•目前发布了20集
•先前执导舌尖上的中国
•带领观众游览历史
•以海鲜为主
•新鲜味道
•重口味调料
•让…得以释放
•一把切肥肉的刀
find yourself unable to resist the temptation
documentary
with 20 episodes released so far
previously directed A Bite of China
take viewers through the history
seafood-based
fresh flavors 
heavy seasonings
let sth shine
a knife cutting through fat
•橄榄肉和种子的细节镜头 detailed shots of olive flesh and seeds
•在口中融化dissolve in the mouth
•准备薄切片生鱼的老传统the ancient tradition of preparing sliced raw fish
•在幕后behind the curtain
•敬重地对待食物treat food with respect
•不管regardless of 
•和…相关be connected to
•让人垂涎的图像mouth-watering images
•反映人的态度reflect people’s attitude
1.The new documentary series details the beginnings of your favorite dishes.
details (v.) =gives the details (n.) about
2. As part of presenting the fresh flavors of Chaoshan, Chen looks at how each dish is made. 
present (v.) =show 
3. The show affects viewers with visuals and sounds – such as those of water boiling or a knife cutting through fat – that are like those of food being prepared and cooked. 
those 指代 visuals and sounds
4. Meanwhile, we are told about the complex flavor of the olives – first bitter, then sweet – as they dissolve in the mouth. 
•Tell sb about sth= sb be told about sth
•As  conj. =when 随着
5. Another episode looks at the ancient tradition of preparing thinly sliced raw fish, which became what we now know as sashimi.
•which 引导定语从句  
•what引导宾语从句
•as  prep. 作为   we know sth as = sth be known as                  
6.Flavorful Origins also goes “behind the curtain,” allowing us to see the people who create this cuisine. 
•allowing 现在分词做伴随状语
Flavorful Origin allows us to see the people…
•who 引导定语从句
7.In the episode about beef hotpot, a young apprentice watches patiently while the chef samples his sliced beef cuts.
while 引导时间状语从句
8. Regardless of where it comes from, food is connected to the people who make and eat it. 
•Regardless 不管;无论
•where 引导宾语状语从句 
•who 引导定语从句
V. Assignment
Composition
你的朋友Mary是个吃货,听说最近有个纪录片《风味原产地》很火,讲述的是潮汕地区的美食,所以想让你介绍一下这部纪录片里的拍摄亮点和美食特色。
内容需包括:
1.纪录片导演
2.美食传承精神
不少于100词。
 
Tiredness may lead to snacking (P6)
烟台第二中学  李欣桐
I. Lead in 
When you have to stay up late for study, what is your first option?
•Eat a snack.
•Take a nap.
•Exercise you eyes.
People are more likely to crave snacks when they don’t get enough sleep. 
Investigation into tiredness and snack food.
II. Fast reading 
Read the text quickly and figure out how the article is developed. 
What is the main idea of the article?
It is about a study ________           tiredness and snack food, including the method, conclusion and significance.
III. Detailed reading 
Read the text carefully and answer the following questions.
1. When are people likely to crave snacks?
People are more likely to crave (渴望) snacks when they don’t get enough sleep. 
Staying up late doing homework is always ____. And perhaps when we become tired, we feel the need ____ unhealthy snack food. 
2. What is the procedure of the study?
Researchers from University of Cologne in Germany gave the same dinner to 32 healthy men aged between 19 and 33. Half of the men were then sent home ____, and the other half were _________ in the laboratory all night.  The next morning, the _________ were asked to consider how much they would be willing to ____ for snack food items shown to them in pictures.  
3. What is hunger hormone? 
Brain scans showed that when the sleep-deprived participants looked at the pictures of junk food, they released more of the “hunger hormone”. This is the hormone responsible for increasing the appetite, and making us _______ more.
4. What is the conclusion of the study?
•Asked about how much they would pay for snacks, participants with sleep deprivation were more willing to ________ on food items than those with a good night’s sleep.
•Researchers also observed that among the people who hadn’t slept, there was greater activity in the part of the brain where ________ are processed. 
5. What is the significance of the study?
The scientists think _____ sleep-deprived people experience changes to the hunger hormone and the brain’s reward system ____ then leads to a stronger desire to eat snacks with high fat and calories.  This brings us a little closer to understanding the mechanism behind how sleep deprivation changes food valuation. 
IV. Post reading 
•Researchers gave the same dinner to 32 healthy men aged …Half of the men were then sent home to bed, and …
•participants with sleep deprivation were more willing to overspend on food items …
•observed that among the people who hadn’t slept, there was greater activity in the part of the brain where food rewards are processed. 
V. Words & Expressions
•熬夜
•调查疲劳和小吃(的关系)
•更可能做某事
•保持清醒
•愿意
•让某人消耗更多
•引发更强烈的吃高脂肪高热量小吃的渴望
stay up late
investigate tiredness and snack food
sb be likely to do sth
be kept awake
be willing to do
make sb consume more
lead to a desire to eat snacks with high fat and calories 
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