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Her way to help others (P3)


I. Pre-reading

Do you know what Alzheimer’s disease is? When does it usually begin?

How many people suffer from Alzheimer’s?


II. While Reading

Choose the answer:

1. People with Alzheimer’s usually _____.

A. have healthy brains

B. forget things easily

C. like telling stories

D. like to try new things


2. Earp raised money to _____.

A. help her aunt get better

B. give to a group in her school

C. help people with Alzheimer’s

D. make videos for her fellow students


3. With her videos, Earp wanted to show others _____.

A. how her aunt remembers things

B. what life is like for people with Alzheimer’s

C. that Alzheimer’s is actually not that bad

D. how to take care of sick people


4.What do we know from the story?

A. Earp may get Alzheimer’s disease when she gets old.

B. Many people have Alzheimer’s disease.

C. Playing chess can stop Alzheimer’s disease.

D. Earp will keep raising money in the future.


III. Words in use


1. 学校正在筹钱建新的体育馆。

    The school is _____ money for a new gym.

2. 医生试图攻克这一疾病。

    The doctors tried to_____ the disease.

3. 她抬头看了一下,然后继续画画。

    She looked up for a moment, then______ drawing.


IV. Post-reading


Still Alice


This film tells the story of Alice Howland, a strong and brave woman who fought Alzheimer’s disease. The film won an Oscar award.





Sort trash, save Earth (P4-5)


I. Pre-reading

What do you do with your garbage?

Do you know how to sort garbage?


II. While reading

Choose the answer:  

1. What do we know from Paragraph 1?

A. Shanghai is the first city in China to make a garbage-sorting policy.

B. China is the first country in the world to make a garbage-sorting policy.

C. Many other cities in China have garbage-sorting policies.

D. Many people don’t like Shanghai’s garbage-sorting policy.


2. From Paragraph 2, we know that _____.

A. sorting garbage is easy

B. all garbage is recyclable

C. garbage is bad for the environment

D. we should recycle garbage before we sort it


3. With the battery example, the writer tries to tell us    


A. how to sort our garbage

B. what harmful waste is

C. the importance of sorting our garbage

D. the difficulty of sorting our garbage


4. Why can’t we ask factories to sort garbage?

A. Because we don’t have this kind of factory.

B. Because it takes too many workers to do it.

C. Because factories ask for too much money.

D. Because not all garbage can go to factories.


III. Words in use


1.  _____ (分类) these eggs by size.

2. Is it  _____ (有害的) to eat junk food?

3. It’s our duty to ____ (保护) endangered animals.

4. We should not______ (污染) our rivers with waste.


IV. Post-reading

Garbage sorting, looking forward to your participation! We have only one earth, as long as we change habits, and we can protect the earth.







Are left-handers smarter? (P6)

I. Pre-reading

Are you left-handed?

Do you know when Left-Handers’ Day is?


II. While readingChoose the answer:

1. The author names some famous scientists to _____.

A. show us that there are many great scientists

B. show us that left-handed people are funny

C. show that all great scientists are left-handed

D. tell what the story is about


2. What do scientific studies show about left-handers and right-handers?

A. Left-handers are smarter than right-handers.

B. Right-handers are smarter than left-handers.

C. Both of the two groups have the same IQ.

D. The two groups are good at different things.


3. Left-handers are better at _____ than right-handers.

A. working out problems

B. using the left side of their brain

C. doing scientific studies

D. remembering names and places


4. Which question does this story mainly answer?

A. Why are all great scientists left-handed?

B. Are left-handers really smarter than right-handers?

C. How do our brains work?

D. What are left-handers good at doing?



III. Words in use

Fill in the blanks:


forget             create              means              scientists


1.______ have collected a lot of information about outer space.

2. Artists should ______beautiful things.

3. Some students don’t understand what that sentence ____.               

4. Don’t ______ to close the windows before you leave the room.


IV. Post-reading

About 8 to 15 percent of people are left-handed. They often have to use tools that are designed for right-handed people. It is difficult for left-handers to use most tools. If you are right handed, try this experiment: Use a knife to cut a potato into several pieces – but use your left hand instead of your right. Is it harder to do?



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