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初二教案 第717期




Feel safe in China (P2)


I. Pre-reading

·Have you ever walked alone at night?

·Were you afraid? Why or why not?

·Do you think you are safe in China?


II. While reading

·Read and find the main idea of each paragraph

  Para. 1: Zhang Zefeng feels different in China and the US.

  Para. 2: A company did a survey on people's sense of security.

  Para. 3: The respondents answered questions.

  Para. 4: The Chinese government has done a lot to improve public order in  recent years.


·Read Para.1 and answer

  1. Zhang Zefeng felt _____ while walking alone at night  in the US.

    A. crazy      B. easy    

    C. unsafe       D. confident


  2. Why does he feel this way?

    Because he heard about robberies happening in nearby neighborhoods from  time to time.


  3. What would he do at night when he was in China?

    He would often get together with his friends for midnight snacks and drinks  when he was in China.


·Read Para 2 and fill in the blanks

  Gallup, a US company did a survey on residents’ sense of security in 144 countries and regions. The report showed that Chinese residents are confident in public security and order in their country, ranking third in personal security. People in Singapore and Turkmenistan feel the most confident in their security.


·Read Para 3 and find these numbers.

  90% of respondents from China feel safe when walking alone at night.

  21% higher than the world average

  5th China ranked fifth in this area after Singapore, Turkmenistan, Norway and  the United Arab Emirates


Read Para 4 and decide true or false.

(F) 1. China will be the safest country in the future.

(F) 2. China started a 3-year campaign against organized crime in 2020.

(T) 3. China has made great efforts to improve public security.


III. Post reading

Further thinking

·What can we do to make our neighborhoods safer to live in?

·Is there anything you can do as a student to make this happen?



1. from time to time            不时;偶尔;间或

2. do a survey                    做调查

3. be confident in…          ……有信心

4. have confidence in…  ……有信心

5. in recent years              最近今年

6. by the end of…             结束时;之前

7. break up                         分裂;解散

8. according to                   根据/依据/按照……


·Work in groups of 4 and look for information about China's national security. Make a poster that displays this information.


IV. Further reading

Chinese farmer's sense of happiness


1. Wang Guangchao, 72, and his wife, Wu Shouju, 65, are considering (考虑) selling their tea leaves using livestreaming (直播).

2. The couple opened a teahouse in their home in Xiadang, a village in the mountainous area of Shouning county in Fujian province() in 2016.

3. Every day, dozens of tourists from across the country visit their teahouse and listen to them talk about the village‘s dramatic (巨大的) changes over the years.

4. In the 1980s, the village lacked (缺乏) roads, running water and electricity (). At the time, 36 percent of its residents lived below the poverty line with an annual income of less than 200 yuan (US $29.70).                                                                          

5. Thanks to the development of tea gardens and revolutionary-themed tourism (红色旅游) in recent years, villagers in Xiadang have shaken off poverty and now have an annual per capita net income of 14,800 yuan.

6.  Xiadang is one of more than 120,000 villages in China that have been lifted out of poverty in the nation‘s drive to finish building a moderately prosperous society in all respects ( 全面建成小康社会) by the end of 2020, ahead of the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Communist Party of China next year.


1. What was life like in the village of Xiadang?

  Thirty-six percent of its residents lived below the poverty line with a income of less than 200 yuan. 


2. How did the elderly couple shake off poverty?

  They developed tea gardens and revolutionary-themed tourism. 


3. Who do you think helped the villagers?

  The government.


Our home in space (P6)


I. Pre-reading

·What do you think of space?

·How much do you know about space?


II. While reading

Read and match

Para. 1: The ISS became our first “home” in space in 2000.

Para. 2: The people on the ISS.

Para. 3: The ISS has been used as a science lab.

Para. 4: The development of ISS has benefited people on Earth.

Para. 5: The ISS is starting to get old.

Para. 6: lThere will be more stations like the ISS in the future.


Read Paras 1 and 2

1. When did the ISS become our “home” in space? In 2000.


2. Who is Scott Kelly?   He is an astronaut.


3. What did Scott Kelly tell us?

  A. Astronauts can't live on the ISS.

  B. Anyone can go to the ISS.

  C. The work done on the ISS benefits everyone.

  D. Living on the ISS is difficult.


4. Translate

  It welcomed its first crew that year, paving the way for 20 years of future research.



Read Para. 3&4

What have the astronauts done while on the ISS?

•Gone on spacewalks.

•Done research on how space affects the human body.

•Grown plants in space.


How did the development of the ISS benefit people on Earth?

•Development of water purification technology.

•Helps to warn us of natural disasters.


Read Para. 5&6

What problem does the ISS have?

•It is starting to get old.

•It has leaked air.

•It can keep working until 2024.


What will scientists do with the ISS?

•Bring it down to Earth.

•Earth's atmosphere will burn most of it up.

•The debris will fall into the Pacific Ocean.



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