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初二教案 第739期
发布时间:2021-05-24

41/739期初二教案

顾晓辉

 

Studies stay alive (P4-5)

 

 

I. Pre-reading

·What college do you dream of going to in the future?

·National Southwestern Associated University

 

II. While reading

·What is the passage about?

  National Southwestern Associated University (Xinan Lianda).

 

·Read Paras 1-3 and answer: What is One Day When We Were Young about?

  It's about the experiences of 16 scholars who studied at Xinan Lianda. 

 

·Where and when was Xinan Linda set up?

  It was set up in Kunming, Yunnan in 1938.

 

·Read Para 5 and find the key sentence.

  It had the country’s best teachers.

 

·How did freshmen in Xinan Lianda study?

  They first took general courses instead of picking majors.

 

·What is Paragraph 7 mainly about?

  It shows the difficulties that students faced at Xinan Lianda.

 

Read and fill in the blanks

1.Xinan Linda was open for just eight years, but influenced the country’s development for more than 80 years.

2. The university was born during wartime.

3. The university kept its doors open and continued higher education in China.

4. Xinan Lianda’s normal college remained and was renamed Yunnan Normal University in 1984.

 

III. Further reading

       National Southwestern Associated University played an extraordinary part in China’s history. The university not only trained a large number of intellectual elites(知识精英分子), but also made great achievements in the areas of scientific research and pedagogy. Its professors were in charge of both teaching and managing the school.             

       Their teaching and management methods were a key factor in improving the school’s teaching quality. Their reputation(名声) also helped build bridges between the university and the government.

 

Fill in the blanks

1. The key factor in improving the school’s teaching quality was its teaching and management methods.

2. The school’s reputation also helped build bridges between the university     and the government

 

IV. Post reading

Write an essay about what you would study if you went to Lianda.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tianwen 1 makes it to Mars (P6)

 

 

I. Pre-reading

·Do you think there might be life on Mars?

·Do you want to travel to Mars?

·Do you want to know what happened when Tianwen 1 landed on Mars?

·What is the “nine minutes of terror”?

 

II. While reading

·When did the probe enter Mars’ orbit?

  In July 2020.

 

·It was hard to do做某事时困难的

  pull off 成功完成,做成

  was launched 被发射

 

·Which phase was more difficult -sending the probe into orbit or the final landing phase?

  The final landing phase.

 

·the difficulty of …...的难度

  was equal to 等同于

  take a look 看一看

  match 相匹配,媲美

 

·How far away was the probe from Earth while landing on Mars?

  320 million km.

 

·slow its speed = slow it down 减速

  away from 远离

  carry out 实施、执行、颁布

  by itself = on one‘s self 靠某人自己

 

·Why does the craft have a heat shield?

  A. To reduce drag. 

  B. To heat up the atmosphere.

  C. To make the landing process faster.

  D. To protect it from melting.

 

·Why did it open a parachute?

  To further reduce the craft’s speed.

 

·further, far的比较级,进一步

  due to由于

  strong enough to足够强壮

  stay in one piece. 保持完整

 

·What worked to slow down the probe just before its touchdown?

  A. The drag created by the atmosphere.

  B. Ropes made of special materials.

  C. A parachute.           

  D. Retrorockets.

 

·What is the focus of the passage?

  A. Why Tianwen 1’s landing was out of control.

  B. How Tianwen 1 landed on Mars successfully.

  C. Tianwen 1’s journey to Mars.

  D. The launch of Tianwen 1.

 

Read the sentences and mark them true (T) or false (F).

1.It was very easy to land on Mars. (F)

2.The heat shield did not protect the craft. (F)

3.Researchers used special materials to make the spacecraft’s ropes stronger. (T)

4.At 100 meters, the craft stayed in the air and used its sensors (传感器) to check the landing area. (F)

 

III. Further reading

Why we need Tianwen 1

   Tianwen 1 will give China valuable Mars experience and lay the groundwork for a possible sample return mission planned for the end of the 2020s. Getting Martian samples back to Earth is a top priority for the scientific community (科学界).

   Despite the impressive advances made in placing miniature (微型的)science instruments on spacecraft, only Earth-bound technology can date samples with absolute precision(精确), reproduce scientific results, and verify the presence(存在) or absence of life in a sample.

       Before Zhurong, only NASA had successfully landed and operated spacecraft on Mars. More countries exploring Mars and our solar system means more discoveries and opportunities for global cooperation(合作). Space exploration brings out the best in us all - and when nations work together, everyone wins.

   Tianwen means “questions to heaven,” or “questioning the heavens.” You can listen to a pronunciation of Tianwen by Quanzhi Ye. All interplanetary(星际的) Chinese missions are expected to carry the Tianwen moniker going forward.

 

1. Getting Martian samples back to Earth is a top priority for the scientific community.

2. Space exploration brings out the best in us all - and when nations work together, everyone wins.

3. All interplanetary (星际的) Chinese missions are expected to carry the Tianwen moniker going forward.

 

IV. Post reading

·Group activity – Draw a poster or mind map that explains the Tianwen 1 landing process .

· What kinds of discoveries will Zhurong make? Use your imagination and write an essay about it.


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