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初二教案 第745期


Linda Hu

Building a better China (P4-5)

I. Pre-reading

Who is the man in the picture?

Liang Sicheng

What do you know about him?


Profession: architect


Hometown:Xinhui, Guangdong

Education: University of Pennsylvania


II. While Reading

Read part 1 and fill in blanks.

Liang Sicheng was the son of Liang Qichao, a famous Chinese thinker in the early 20th century. But he ________ for himself in architecture (建筑学).


Liang Sicheng is called the_________________. This year is the 120th _________ of his birth.


Read the passage carefully and choose the answer.

1. Who was Liang Sicheng?

A. A famous thinker.

B. An architect.

C. The father of Chinese architecture.

D. The father of a modern thinker.


2. What did Liang Sicheng do after he came back to China?

A. He measured Western buildings in China.

B. He used traditional ways to study architecture. 

C. He wrote a book about Chinese architecture.

D. He designed more than 2,700 new buildings.


3. What do we know about Liang’s advice for Beijing’s city plan?

A. He tried to protect old architecture.

B. He wanted to get rid of old walls and gates.

C. Beijing’s city planners agreed with his advice.

D. He advised building as many new buildings as possible.


4. What is the last paragraph mainly about?

A. Who Liang met in college.

B. Where Liang studied architecture.

C. How young people helped build China.

D. What Liang did to develop architecture in China.


5. What can we learn about Liang Sicheng from the story?

A. He learned a lot from his father.

B. He was born in 1911.

C. He loved his country very much.

D. He was the first architect to study in the US.


III. Post-reading


What kind of person was Liang Sicheng?

What can we learn from him?







How fast can humans run?(P6)

I. Pre-reading

1. Who is the man in the picture?

2. How fast can he run?

3. Why can he run so fast?


II. While-reading

Read the passage fast and find both the Asian record and the world record in the men’s 100-meter sprint.


Su Bingtian (Asian record holder)   9.83 seconds

Usain Bolt (world record holder)    9.58seconds


Read the passage carefully and answer the questions.

1. What records did Su Bingtian set?

2. Who has the top record in the men’s 100-meter sprint?

3. What will happen if we use too much force when we run?

4. According to the text, what limits our speed?

5. Write true (T) or false (F).

a. It is possible for humans to run 64 kilometers per hour. (    )

b. In theory, the fastest possible speed in the 100-meter sprint would be 9.58 seconds. (    )


III. Words in use

Complete the sentences using the given words and phrases.

measure  accept  make a place  anniversary  limit

1. We'll have to________ for our guests.

2. She knew the limits of her power.

3. In 1975, Chinese surveyors _______Qomolangma at 8,848.13 meters above sea level..

4.China held a grand gathering to celebrate the 70th ________ of the peaceful liberation of Tibet on Aug 19.

5. Please ______ our sincere apologies.



Building a better China (P4-5)

While Reading

made a place; father of modern Chinese architecture”; anniversary



How fast can humans run?(P6)


1. He set an Asian record of 9.83 seconds in the men’s 100-meter sprint.

2. Jamaican runner Usain Bolt.

3. We can hurt our legs if we use too much force.

4. Our muscles’ physical limits hit their “contractile speed limit”.

5. a. F   b. F


Words in use

1. make a place    2. limits     3. measured     4. anniversary    5. accept

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