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高三教案 第725期(2)
发布时间:2020-10-12

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2020-2021学年度第7期总第725期
Giant leap for women (P6)
山东省烟台第二中学 赵霞
Lead in
Common knowledge quiz
1. What is Earth's only natural satellite?
The moon!

2. When did humans first land on the moon?
In 1969.

3. Who was the first person that walked on the surface of the moon?
It was Neil Alden Armstrong.

4. Do you know what he said after landing on the moon?
That's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.

Look at the picture below. What do the astronauts have in common?
All of them are male.

Actually there are more people who have walked on the moon, but all of them are male. Read the title of the passage and guess its main idea.

Read for main idea
What is the main idea of the article?
It tells us that NASA's Artemis program will send the first female astronaut to the moon by the year 2024. It also explains to us that the progress toward women’s access to space flight programs
has been slow and the reasons behind this phenomenon.

Read for detailed information
Read the passage again and answer the following questions.
1. What is the difference between the two missions in 1969 and 2024?
   Only male astronauts were sent to the moon in 1969. The Artemis program will send its first female astronaut to the moon by the year 2024.

2. How many people have ever walked on the moon?
   Up until now, only 12 people, all male, have ever walked on the moon.

3. Why has the progress toward women’s access to space flight programs been slow?
   Women have been held back by various requirements and security concerns. The gender bias seemed to exist in the early space programs.

4. What kind of advantages do women astronauts have over their male colleagues?
   Women tend to be smaller, which means they use less oxygen and take up less space in small spacecrafts. Also, women usually have greater emotional awareness and communication skills that make them better-suited to long spaceflights.

Read for language and grammar
1. Sentences
We have no present plans to employ women on spaceflights because of the degree of scientific and flight training, and the physical characteristics, which are required.
which 引导非限制性定语从句,修饰先行词the degree of scientific and flight training, and the physical characteristics。
注意:此时 which不能换成that
释义:由于太空飞行所需要的科学训练和飞行训练的程度以及身体特征,我们目前没有雇用女性从事太空飞行的计划。

Women tend to be smaller, which means they use less oxygen and take up less space in small spacecrafts.
which引导非限制性定语从句,修饰前面的句子。
释义:女性往往体型较小,这意味着她们在小型航天器中使用的氧气更少,占用的空间也更小。

2. Useful words and expressions
执行任务
天然卫星
成功做某事
涉及;参与
做出有价值的贡献
由……主导
比.……有优势

Key:

Read for thinking
What do you think is the most important quality that an astronaut should have?

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