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初一春季合刊教案2
发布时间:2020-05-11

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初一春季合刊教案2


作者:郭慧、许虎

Best ways to stay apart (P14)

I. Warm up

How did these logos change?

 

II. Pre-reading

How can people stay apart and stop the spread of COVID-19?

Staying at home.

Social distancing.

What does social distancing mean?

In India, people stay in treehouses to prevent the spread of the virus.

Do you know any other kinds of social distancing?

 

III. While reading

Match the countries and rules

Read and check the sentences.

1. Social distancing means people should stay at least 1 meter away from other people when in public, according to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

2. Studying online instead of going to school isn't a way of social distancing.

Social distancing also refers to other ways of preventing the spread of the virus. These include studying online instead of going to school and canceling (取消) public activities.  (Para.2)

 

Read and answer the questions.

1. What is the greatest number of people that should be in a room with an area of 40 meters in Australia?

No more than ten people.

In Australia, for example, people who meet indoors must follow the “one person per four square meters” rule. This means that if a room has an area of 40 square meters, there should be no more than ten people in the room. (para.3)

 2. What happens to people in Singapore if they don’t follow social distancing rules?

They have to pay a fine of up to $10,000 (50,000 yuan) or spend up to six months in prison.

In Singapore, people who don’t keep a distance of 1 meter in public areas may need to pay a fine of up to $10,000 (50,000 yuan) or spend up to six months in prison (监狱). Para.3

 

IV. Post-reading

Which rule do you think is the best way to stay apart and why?

“one person per four square meters” rule.

pay a fine or go to prison for not keeping a distance of 1 meter in public.

leave homes on different days.

go outside at certain times based on ID number.

 

V. Words in use

Complete the sentences using the words in the box.

strict   creative    fine   include   prevent

 

1.I think it is a ________idea!

2. These rules can _______people from getting sick.

3. The driver paid a 50-dollar____ for speeding (超速).

4. Please _____ me on the list.

5. The teacher is very________ with us.

 

VI. Homework:

What other rules for social distancing can you come up with?

 

参考答案:

1. creative    2. prevent    3. fine     4. include   5. strict

 

Wildlife pays a visit to cities (P16)

I. Pre-reading

Because of the novel coronavirus, people are forced to stay at home. What are wild animals doing during this time?

 Do you know these animals? Yes/No

 Give the names of the following animals as quickly as possible.

sika deer  [dɪə(r)]         n. 梅花鹿; 花鹿

turkey     ['tɜ:kɪ]         n. 火鸡

puma     [ˈpjuːmə]       n. 美洲狮

frog       [frɒɡ]         n.

tiger       ['taɪɡə(r)]      n.老虎

Giraffe     [dʒə'rɑːf]      n. 长颈鹿

panda     [ˈpændə]      n. 大熊猫; 大猫熊; 小熊猫

gull         [ɡʌl]         n.  海鸥

Wild (野生的) animals usually live far away from cities. However, they are showing up on the empty streets of many cities these days as people stay in due to the novel coronavirus.

Wild boars (野猪) have come down from the hills around Barcelona, Spain.

 People saw sika deer (梅花鹿) walking around the subway stations of Nara, Japan.

 A group of wild turkeys walked on the streets of Oakland in California

 A puma (美洲狮) appeared in the center of Santiago, the capital of Chile.

It seems to be great news for some animals, as no people are around to bother them. For example, amphibians (两栖动物) like toads (蟾蜍) and frogs won’t worry about cars while crossing busy streets. Mediterranean gulls (海鸥) can nest along the banks of rivers freely.

However, there are also downsides. People have stopped efforts to control invasive (侵入性的两面) animals or protect endangered (濒临灭绝的) ones.

In the long term (从长远来看), when everything turns back to normal, more people will have a greater need to see nature (自然) again. They might rush to places like natural parks. It won’t be good for animals and plants.

1. More people will have a greater need to see nature (自然) again.

2. Might rush to places like natural parks.

3. Won't be good for animals and plants.

 

1. Where do wild animals live ?

Wild (野生的) animals usually live far away from cities.

 2. According to the title, can you guess what’s happening to these animals?

They are showing up on the empty streets of many cities.

 3. Which amphibians are mentioned in the article?

toads (蟾蜍), frogs

 

II. While reading

1.Para1

Read paragraph 1 and answer :

(1) Can you guess the meaning of “due to ”?

A.因为   B. 所以  C. 到期

(2) Why are the streets empty?

Because people stay in due to the novel coronavirus.

Explanation: They are showing up on the empty streets of many cities these days as people stay in due to the novel coronavirus.

2. Para2

Wild boars (野猪) have come down from the hills around Barcelona, Spain. People saw sika deer (梅花鹿) walking around the subway stations of Nara, Japan. A group of wild turkeys walked on the streets of Oakland in California, US. A puma (美洲狮) appeared in the center of Santiago, the capital of Chile.

Read paragraph 2 and answer:

1.Where is Chile's capital?

It's Santiago

2.Which animal appears in Nara, Japan?

3.Para 2 & 3

Read paragraph 2&3  and fill in the blanks

The streets of many cities are empty now. Some wild animals are happy, because no people are around to ____ them. Wild boars (野猪) ________ the hills around Barcelona, Spain. Sika deer (梅花鹿) _______ the subway stations of Nara, Japan. A group of wild turkeys ________on the streets of Oakland in California, US. A puma (美洲狮) ______in the center of Santiago, the capital of Chile. toads (蟾蜍) and frogs won’t ______cars while crossing busy streets. Mediterranean gulls (海鸥) can _________ on the banks of rivers freely.

bother    have come down   walked around    walked   appeared   worry nest

3. Paras 2 and 3

Read these paragraphs again and match the phrases below.

4. Critical thinking

Do you think it’s a good phenomenon(现象)? Why or why not?

What do wild animals need?

5. Para 4

Please read the last paragraph and see if it matches your ideas.

(1) Please list the downsides of wildlife paying a visit to cities.

(2) From the paragraph, we know people contribute to controlling invasive animals and protecting endangered ones. Their temporary freedom may lead to more harm to animals and plants. What can you infer from that?

Everything turns back to normal, more people will have a greater need to see nature (自然) again. They might rush to places like natural parks. It won’t be good for animals and plants.

 

III. Post-reading

Suppose you are a wild animal. Write a letter to your friend to explain the importance of protecting animals. Mention the following points in your letter.

  learn more about wildlife .

Protect the environment.

Build protection zones.

Stop hunting and killing wildlife.

Collect money to protect them.

Raise awareness of wildlife protection. 

Do you think the title “Wildlife pays a visit to cities” is suitable? Can you find another good title for the passage? How can we live in harmony with wildlife?

 

IV. Homework

1. Collect more information about wildlife.

2. 发挥想象,连词成文 (50-60)

live far away from; show up on; come down; walk around appear; It seems to be; while; crossing; busy streets; there are also downsides; protect; rush to places.

 

V. Words in use

1.live [lɪv , laɪv]v.     ; 居住; 生存; 活着; (尤指在某时期) 活着;adj. 活的; 现场直播的; 实况转播的; 现场演出的;

adv. 在现场直播; 在现场表演(或录制);

[例句]She has lived here for 10 years

她在这里住了10年了。

[其他]     第三人称单数:lives     现在分词:living     过去式:lived      过去分词: lived

2. far away from

e.g It all seemed so far away from here that he found himself quite unable to take it in.

3. due to

1)、其后可接不定式,表示“将要...”。

    e.gThe guests are due to arrive very soon.

         客人很快就会到。      

2)、在due to词组中,表示“由于,因为”。 due to 主要引导表语,也可引导   状语。

       e.gHis absence was due to the storm.

        他因暴风雨而缺席。      

3)、due to+n(名词)/doing sth 解释为由...导致。

     e.gHer illness is due to bad food.

        她生病是由于吃了不好的食物。 

4. appear [əˈpɪə(r)]v.    显得; 看来; 似乎; 出现; 呈现; 显现; 起源; 首次使用;

e.g There appears to be increasing support for the leadership to take a more aggressive stance.

好像有越来越多的人支持领导层采取更为强势的立场。

[其他]     第三人称单数:appears 现在分词:appearing 过去式:appeared 过去分词:appeared

5. bother  [ˈbɒðə(r)]v.     花费时间精力(做某事); 使(某人)烦恼(或担忧、不安); 给(某人)造成麻烦(或痛苦); 打扰; 搭话扰;

n.   麻烦; 困难; 令人烦恼的情况(或事物、人);

[其他]     第三人称单数:bothers 复数:bothers 现在分词:bothering 过去式:bothered 过去分词:bothered

 6. downsides [ˈdaʊnˌsaɪdz]n.    缺点; 不利方面;

7. protect [prəˈtekt]  v.    保护; 防护; (制定法律) 保护;

 8. nature       [ˈneɪtʃə(r)]  n.    自然界; 大自然; 自然; 自然方式; 天性; 本性; 性格

 9. Spain [ speɪn] n.    西班牙;

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