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高一教案 第802期
发布时间:2020-09-07

2020-2021学年度第3期总第802期
High speed viewing (P4-5)
河北师大附中  赵乃平  

I. Lead-in  
What kinds of TV shows do you like?

Are you a speed-watcher? How do you watch a show?
At a normal speed or speed up?

II. Skimming  
The article is mainly about how young people choose to watch videos.

III. Scanning  

According to the article, what is the older generation's typical response to new technology?
They will argue in favor of the “good old days” when things were slower.

According to the Beijing News, how do many young Chinese people watch shows online?
They tend to watch them at a faster speed.

What is a conclusion drawn from their speed-watching?

They are deeply influenced by the fast pace of modern life.
They cannot fully focus on what they are doing.

How does the writer watch some shows ?
What are the reasons?

Watch some soap operas at a faster speed because she just wants to get the story and leaves more time for something else; Listen to some informative audios at a faster speed, because she wants to absorb more information.

Watch Downtown Abbey or Game of Thrones at a normal speed, because she thinks a every long pause and change of emotion carry meaning.

What should be considered more than just the speed of a show?
The value of what you are watching and, accordingly, the amount of time that it is worth.

What does Jeff Guo want to tell us?
We can choose to enjoy the kind of shows and control the time we use based on our own preferences.

IV. Summary  
Older people often complain about the younger generation for the “______ modern way”. Most young Chinese people are so _________ the fast pace of modern life that they seldom give _____ attention.
The debate shouldn’t be about which one is better – the fast life or the slow one. It’s understanding what is important to you and ___________ the time you want to spend on it. Watch a show or live your life on your own ____ and at your own ____.

V. Language focus
Translate the following into Chinese
fuss
audio
sole
podcast
skim
emotion
be caught up in
take control of
on one's terms

Give the suitable forms
soul n.________ adj. 没有灵魂的
inform v. ____________ n. ____________ adj.

deserve
值得,应得,应受

1. I just don't deserve such praise.
我可当不起这样的夸奖。
2. People who steal deserve to go to jail.
偷东西的人应该进监狱。
3. It's your money. You deserve it.
这钱归你,你该拿这个钱。


2020-2021学年度第3期总第802期
Unwrapping ancient mysteries (P6)
河北师大附中  赵乃平

Lead-in
What do you know about mummies?
The heart was left in the body because it was considered to be the center of intelligence. The brain was thrown away because it was thought to be useless.
Sometimes the mummy‘s mouth would be opened to symbolize breathing in the afterlife. It is probably this custom that led to the superstition (迷信) that mummies come back to life.
Mummies are studied by scientists without unwrapping them by using CAT scan and X-Ray machines.

What is VR (virtual reality, 虚拟现实)?
Virtual reality is an environment that is produced by a computer and seems very much like reality to the person experiencing it.

What can VR be used for?

Detail reading
What is the text mainly about?
A. What kind of life ancient Egyptians led.
B. How Egyptian mummies were discovered.
C. How researchers studied Egyptian animal mummies.

Why did ancient Egyptians mummify human bodies?
They believed in life after death and that the soul would return to the body. Preservation of the body was an important part of this.

Why were animals also mummified?
To accompany the dead;
To serve as a sacrifice to gods.

What technology did the researchers use to study the mummified animals?
They used X-ray micro CT scanning to digitally unwrap and dissect the mummified animals.

How does the micro CT work?
It takes thousands of individual X-rays from all angles. Then the 3D scans are printed or placed into virtual reality.

What did the researchers find from the cat mummy?
What is the evidence?
The cat was strangled to death when it was less than five months old.
The cat's age is proven by scans that show there are teeth that have not grown out.  

What caused the death of the snake, according to the scientists?
It died of a whipping action.

Conclusion
With the help of __________   ________,
the secrets in the “time capsules”  are revealed.  

Language focus
Unwrapping ancient mysteries        释义:揭开远古之谜
un- 是表示反义的前缀
          

Animals were also mummified and placed in tombs to either provide company for the dead or serve as a sacrifice to gods.

释义:动物也被制成木乃伊,放置在坟墓里,要么是为了陪伴死者,要么作为祭品供奉神。

either ... or ... 要么……要么……  连接两个相同性质的句子成分
1.She's the kind of person you either love or hate.
2.You can either stay at home or walk the dog.
3.Either you must improve your work or I shall dismiss you.

注意:either ... or ...   连接两个成分作主语时,谓语动词通常与其靠近的主语保持一致。
 Either you or I ______(be)  to go.
 Either you or she ________(be)  good at drawing.

This way, the team was able to get a glimpse into the lives and deaths of these animals.
释义:通过这种方式,研究小组得以了解这些动物的生活和死亡情况。
 
 glimpse: a quick look   
n. 一瞥;一看;短暂的感受(或体验、领会)
v. 瞥见;看一眼;开始领悟;开始认识到

1. I caught a glimpse of her in the crowd. 
     我在人群中瞥见了他。

 2. Aside from the Zhu temple, you can also get a glimpse into traditional Chinese buildings. 
    旁边的朱庙,你也可以一窥中国传统建筑物。

 


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