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初一教案 第737期(1)
发布时间:2021-05-10

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39/737期初一课件

贾美婷

Women’s historic fight for the right to vote (P4)

Pre-reading

Do you know these women?

What did they do to get women the right to vote in the UK?

Do you know which countrys women were the first to get this right

 

While reading

In 1903, a woman named Emily Davison threw herself (猛冲) under the kings horse during a horse race and died. In her pocket, she had a note that read, Votes for women.

 

named Emily Davison 为后置定语,用来修饰a woman,此处翻译为“一个叫作艾米丽戴维森的妇女”,named = called

此处需要注意动词的过去式:

throw-- threw

die --died

have -- had

 

Emily was a suffragette. Suffragettes were women who started working together in 1903 to ask for equal rights (平等权利) for women.

 

suffragette”意为妇女参政权者,指的是一个多世纪之前,为了争取妇女平等的选举权利而斗争的人们。

 

ask 的用法:

ask for sth.意为“要求某物”,例如:ask for help 请求帮助

ask sb. to do sth. 要求某人去做某事

ask sb. not to do sth.要求某人不要做某事

 

More than 100 years ago, women in the UK could not vote, go to university or work the same jobs as men. If they wanted a divorce (离婚), men would get their children. Sometimes, poor men sold their wives (妻子) in markets.

 

or 用法: or 用语否定句中,代替and,表示“和”的意思。

例如:I dont like rice, bread or porridge.

             我不喜欢米饭、面包和粥。

名词复数的变化:

woman--- women   man--- men  wife -- wives

sell 的过去式为 sold  ,意为卖,反义词为buy ,过去式为bought          

 

The suffragettes wanted to change this. More than 1,000 of them were arrested (逮捕), but they did not stop. In 1928, women in the UK got the right to vote and then more women started to study and get new jobs. In 1952, women teachers got the right to earn the same money as men for doing the same work. 

 

want to do sth. “想要做某事”

more than  “多于......

start to do sth. = begin to do sth. 意为“开始做某事”

 

Many things have improved since the suffragettes’ time, but some people think that men and women are still not equal. For example, even now in the UK, men get 20 percent more than women for the same work.

 

improved  [imˈpruːv]  vi改善;增加  vt.改善;提高;改进

 

For example 用来举例说明,有时可作为独立语,插在句中,不影响句子其他成分的语法关系。

 

percent [pəˈsent]  n.百分之…;百分比;部分 a.百分之…的

 

After-reading

Read the passage and answer the questions.

1. How did Emily Davison die?

 

She threw herself (猛冲) under the kings horse during a horse race.

 

2. What did suffragettes ask for?

They asked for equal rights.

 

3. In which profession did men and women start to get the same pay for the same work in 1952?

Teachers.

 

4. What does the writer want to tell us in the last paragraph?

Men and women are still not equal.

 

Further reading

Read the passage and answer the questions.

    When I was very young, I wanted to do the same things that boys did. But an adult told me that I couldn’t do this because I was a girl. They said I should do “girl” things.

This made me really angry. Even though I was a girl, I could still do the same things boys did. Many years have passed since then. I have never lagged behind (落后于) the boys. Actually, I have done many boy things. I’m good at the things I do. I’ve learned to never let other people limit what I can do – I just do what I want. Girls can be just as successful as boys.

 

1. This made me really ______. Even though I was a girl, I could still do the same things boys did.

angry

 

2. Why did the adult tell the writer that she wouldn’t succeed?

Because she was a girl who should do “girl” things.

 

3. 将划线句子译成中文。

女孩可以像男孩一样成功。

 

Post-reading

Role-play a story in groups and share

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