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高三教案 第735期 (2)
发布时间:2020-12-25

本期配套教案共2页:  1  2

2020-2021学年度第17期总第735期
Lasting classical impact (P4)
山西省灵石县第一中学 任立琴
I. Free-talk
 
Who are they?
 
Haydn
Mozart
Beethoven
Bach
II. Read for general information
Divide the passage into three parts.
Para 1-2 Brief introduction
Para 3-5 Impact of music
Para 6 Summary
III. Read for details
Read para 1-2 and complete the form for Beethoven.
 
key:
 
Read and decide if the following statements are true or false.
1.According to Beethoven, mankind cannot comprehend music.
2.It is common for today’s musicians to have grown up playing classical instruments such as the violin or piano.
3.It was Beethoven who inspired John Lennon to write Moonlight Sonata.
4.George Martin held a negative view toward all musicians.
1.According to Beethoven, mankind cannot comprehend music. F
Evidence: Music is the one incorporeal (无形的) entrance into the higher world of knowledge which comprehends mankind but which mankind cannot comprehend.
comprehend v. to understand sth. fully 理解;明白
     include, comprise 包括,包含
2. It is common for today’s musicians to have grown up playing classical instruments such as the violin or piano. T
Evidence: It’s not uncommon for today’s musicians to have grown up playing classical instruments such as the violin or piano.
(Double negative Sentence)表示在一个句子中存在两个“否定字”或是“否定含义字,如此即可视为“双重否定句”。
3.It was Beethoven who inspired John Lennon to write Moonlight Sonata. F
Evidence:  John Lennon, while lying on his couch listening to his wife play Beethoven’s Moonlight Sonata (《月光奏鸣曲》) on the piano, asked her to play it backward and was immediately inspired to write the song Because.
while 引导的被省略的时间状语从句
4. George Martin held a negative view toward all musicians.F
Evidence: “They always had enormous confidence that the world was theirs for the taking.” They were making a bold, grandiose (浮夸的) and very innovative statement, not holding anything back.
paraphrase:This is my music. This is my conception. Take it or leave it.

How does the writer show Beethoven's impact?
A. By contrast            B.  By listing figures    
C. By giving examples     D. By classification
key: C
IV. Read for structure
Read again and complete the mind-map.
 
 
V. Post-reading
假设你是李华,要向21世纪英文报社名人专栏投稿,介绍贝多芬。具体内容如下:
1. 贝多芬的基本情况;
2. 贝多芬的主要成就;
3. 贝多芬的影响.
VI. Language focus
Find the following expressions in the article.
1.和......一起
2.长大
3.有可能
4.音乐界
5.供人自由拿取
6.总结
7.不仅......而且......
8.阻挡;抑制;隐瞒
 
 
词形变化
•_________ (v. 进入)---entrance (n. 入口)
•piano (n. 钢琴)---_______(n.钢琴家)
•recognizable (adj.可以辨认的)---________(v. 认出)---________(n. 识别,认出)
•________ (n. 传奇)---legendary (adj.传奇的)
•________ (n. 鼓舞)---inspire (v. 激励)
•________ (n. 音乐家)---music (n.音乐)
•________ (adj. 数不清的)---count (v.数)
key:
 
Although some may claim that classical music is a dying art only for the elites (精英), it is actually alive and well in the modern era.
claim---claimed---claimed---claiming
claim的用法1: “声称, 断言”
可接动词不定式、that从句作宾语,
也可接由“to be/as n./adj. ”充当补足语的复合宾语。
claim的用法2: “对…提出要求, 索取”, 多是指根据权利要求对方承认身份、所有权等, 其语气表现出不卑不亢的特点。
Translate: 
1.An underground organization has claimed responsibility for the bomb explosion.
一个地下组织声称对此次爆炸负责。
2.Volunteer workers can claim traveling expenses.
志愿工作者可以申领差旅费

1.... and that influence remains felt even today. 
2.... you can't deny that classical musicians' influence remains strong centuries after the artists have passed.
remain
用法1. 作“仍然是,保持”这个意思讲时,和联系动词用法一样。例如:remain silent,He remains (as) boss of the house. 
用法2. 作“剩余,遗留”讲,不及物。 例如: Very little of the house remained after the fire.
用法3.作“仍需去做”讲,不及物。 例如: It remains to be seen whether you are right.
用法4.作"逗留,不离开"讲,不及物。例如:The train remained at the station.
常见搭配:remain +adj.; remain+n.; remain to be done;
Sentence
Music is the one incorporeal (无形的) entrance into the higher world of knowledge which comprehends mankind but which mankind cannot comprehend. (para 1)
这句话的主干是_________________________
_____________________, which 引导的是_______。
 
释义:音乐是一扇无形的大门,通往包容人类、而人类无法理解的更高层次的知识天地。
VII. Further information
More about Beethoven   
Ludwig van Beethoven (1770 - 1827) was born in Bonn, Germany. He showed musical talent when he was very young, and learned to play the violin and piano from his father, who was a singer. Mozart met Beethoven and was impressed by him. "He will give something wonderful to the world," he said.  
Beethoven met Haydn in 1791, but was not impressed by the older man. After they had known each other for many years, Beethoven said, "He is a good composer, but he has taught me nothing." However, it was Haydn who encouraged Beethoven to move to Vienna. 
Beethoven became very popular in the Austrian capital and stayed there for the rest of his life. As he grew older, he began to go deaf. He became completely deaf during the last years of his life, but he continued composing.

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