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初二教案 第726期





Used goods come back (P4-5)



I. Pre-reading

·Have you ever bought anything second-hand?

·What did you buy?

·Did you buy it in person or online?


II. While reading

Choose the answer:

1. What is making second-hand shopping popular?

a. New experience.

b. Safer shopping options.

c. Lower prices.

d. Environmental benefits.

A. ab          B. bc          C. cd          D. ad


2. Why does Chen Junjun buy used books on Deja Vu?

A. Because used books are cheaper than new books.

B. Because the only books she wants to buy are on the site.

C. Because she can exchange books with others.

D. Because she can meet the books’ former owners.


3. What do we know about Deja Vu?

A. It only offers online services.

B. It has about 20,000 users.

C. It sells out-of-print books.

D. It is only popular among students.


4. The main message of the story is that _____.

A. second-hand shopping sites are new

B. using second-hand items can protect the environment

C. there are disadvantages to buying used items

D. buying second-hand items is becoming more popular


III. Further reading

  Selling second-hand clothes can be a great way to earn some extra (额外的) cash, but the challenge that comes with selling anything second-hand is figuring out how much to sell it for. Ask too much and the item will never sell. Ask too little and you’ve denied (否定) yourself a profit (利益).

1. Generally, resale experts recommend (推荐) pricing items at half their original   (原本的) cost if they are still fairly (非常) new, asking for 25 percent for anything a few years old and 10 percent for everything else. There are, of course, exceptions. Designer goods, antique (年代久远的) jewelry, and artwork all tend to increase in value over time.

2. Know the current retail price


3. Check out your competition


4. Factor in postage costs


5. Set your price but stay flexible



IV. Post reading

Group activity

  Pretend you have a second-hand item to sell. Set your price according to the tips above and see if your classmates are interested in buying it.







Vaccine is here for us (P6)



I. Pre-reading

·1. How much do you know about the COVID-19 vaccine?

·2. Do you want to get vaccinated? Why or why not? 


II. While reading

Choose the answer:

1. What do we know about China’s COVID-19 vaccines?

A. They need active viruses to be effective.

B. The viruses in them won’t make people sick.

C. Studies show that about 21 percent of them are effective. 

D. They won’t work until 79 percent of the population gets vaccinated.


2. Who can get the COVID-19 vaccine right now?

A. All Chinese citizens.

B. People aged 3 to 17.

C. People aged 18 to 59.

D. People aged 60 and above.


3. What do we know about people who want to get a COVID-19 vaccine?

A. They need to get two doses within a week.

B. They only need to pay a small amount of money.

C. They will have allergic reactions at first.

D. They shouldn’t get other vaccines at the same time.


4. People should still wear masks after getting vaccinated because _____.

a. they can spread the virus to others more easily

b. their bodies need time to build immunity

c. their bodies might not build immunity at all

d. masks help the vaccines take effect

A. ab     B. bc       C. ac    D. bd


III. Further reading

  Although COVID-19 vaccines are effective at keeping you from getting sick, scientists are still learning how well vaccines prevent you from spreading the virus that causes COVID-19 to others, even if you do not get sick.

  If you are vaccinated against COVID-19, you might still be exposed (暴露) to the virus that causes COVID-19. After exposure, people can be infected with or “carry” the virus that causes COVID-19, but not feel sick or have any symptoms (症状). Experts call this “asymptomatic infection.”

  For this reason, even after vaccination, we need to continue using all the tools available (可行的) to help stop this pandemic as we learn more about how COVID-19 vaccines work in real-world conditions.

  After being vaccinated, you might have some side effects. These are normal signs that your body is building protection. The side effects from COVID-19 vaccination, such as chills (发冷) or tiredness, may affect your ability to do daily activities. They should go away after a couple days.


·What do we know from the text above?

  We still need to be careful even if we get vaccinated.


IV. Post reading


  Draw a brief mind map about China’s COVID-19 vaccine according to the information from the main passage.

Include: How does the vaccine work?

        How is the vaccine given?

        Who can get the vaccine?

        Who shouldn’t get vaccinated?

        What do we need to be careful about after being vaccinated?


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