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新视野大学英语第二版第二册全部教案(unit1-10)


2) exclusive adjective 1> limited to only one person or group of people: This room is for the exclusive use of guests. an exclusive interview 2> expensive and only for people who are rich or of a high social class: an exclusive private club an apartment in an exclusive part of town exclusive noun [C] a story which is printed in one newspaper or magazine and no others: The newspaper published an exclusive about the escape. exclusively adverb only: This offer is available exclusively to our established customers. an exclusively female audience 3) accompany (GO WITH) verb [T] 1> to go with someone or to be provided or exist at the same time as something: The course books are accompanied by four cassettes. Depression is almost always accompanied by insomnia. The salmon was accompanied by (= served with) a fresh green salad. 2> SLIGHTLY FORMAL to show someone how to get to somewhere: Would you like me to accompany you to your room? 3> FORMAL to go with someone to a social event or to an entertainment: "May I accompany you to the ball?" he asked her. I have two tickets for the theatre on Saturday evening - would you care to accompany me? 4) prevail verb [I] FORMAL 1> to be common among a group of people or area at a particular time: This attitude still prevails among the middle classes 2>to get control or influence: I am sure that common sense will prevail in the end. And did reason prevail over (= become a more powerful influence than) emotion? 3. Detailed study of the text 1. A standard criticism of sociological research is that it goes to great lengths to prove what most people with common sense already know.(para 1) Meaning: People normally criticize sociological research for trying too hard to show a fact that is already known to most people with common sense. 2. …the experience made a common claim come alive.(para 1) Meaning: …the experience is a valid example of a common claim. 3. We carried plastic bags of nameless possessions.(para 2) Meaning: We carried plastic bags which contain things of little value. 4. invite (l17): cause Examples:You are just inviting trouble if you do that. His policies invited widespread criticism. 5. …people turned us off or tuned us out on the basis of appearance alone.(para 3) Meaning: people drove us away or ignored us simply because of our appearances. 6. We weren‘t up to trying our act at an exclusive restaurant, …(para 4) Meaning: We were not prepared to act out our unusual behavior at an expensive restaurant,… 7. It was prejudice time. (para 5) Meaning: during this time, we suffered from a lot of prejudice. 8. At one establishment we did blow our cover… Meaning: At one stop, we did reveal our true identity to others… 9. The place felt out of bounds for us. Meaning: We felt that we were not allowed to go into the place.

4. Homework: Do exercises online.

Unit 7, Book Two
I. Section A: Lighten Your Load and Save Your Life 1. Teaching Objectives:
? ? To know the meaning and usage of some important words, phrases and patterns To be familiar with the writing skills of the text and make use of it in writing To introduce to Ss the suffixes –ful: it can be added to nouns to form adjectives with the meaning full of. ? ? ? To improve Ss reading skills by studying section B To respond and cooperate with classmates willingly To participate actively To read sentences and texts with proper intonation To write smoothly and legibly

2.Time Allotment: Section A (3 periods):
1st---2nd period: Pre-reading activities ( theme-related questions for warming up;) While-reading activities (cultural notes; useful words and expressions; difficult sentences) 3rd period: While-reading activities (text structure; main ideas) Post-reading activities (comprehension questions; exercises)

Section B (1 period):
4th periods: Practice of the reading skill (reading for the key idea in a sentence); T checks on Ss‘ home reading by asking questions based on the passage. T explains some difficult sentences

3.Teaching Procedures: 3.1 Pre-reading Activities
Step 1 Review 1. Ask students some questions to review the last lesson(show them on the screen). Step 2 Lead-in and preparation for reading 1. Show Ss a video clip taken from Family Album USA and throw some related questions to them. 2. Involve students in discussions Topics: 1. What pressures are college students under? 2. How should college students deal with these pressures? References: 1. Try new, interesting, challenging things. 2. Take a deep breath and relax. 3. Look at one‘s strong points to increase one‘s self-confidence. 4. Learn to live with the problems that are beyond one‘s control. Purpose To arouse Ss‘ interest in learning the unit Method: Talk in groups; Use task-based language teaching method, communicative approach. Step 3. Fast reading Ask the Ss to read the passage as quickly as they can and to answer the questions on the

screen. Let them get the main idea of each paragraph and make clear about the text structure. Text structure: ( structured writing ) Purpose: Improve the students‘ reading and writing ability and understand the general idea of each paragraph. Method: Use task-based language teaching method, reading approach, communicative approach and total physical response method. Text Structure Problem: Stress may be harmful to health. (Para. 1)

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