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新视野大学英语第二版第二册全部教案(unit1-10)


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Writing task Write down some specific details to support the following general points, then choose one of the topics to write a paragraph. a. General statement : London wouldn‘t surrender b. General statement: Britain drain becomes a big problem for the country People are living in a better life. General detail: London would not surrender Referent specific details: 1.People, in the front lines 2.Put out endless fires, heavy bombing. 3.Dig in cellars, rescue their friends, be buried, underneath wreckage 4.Prepare ,fight on ,with every possible means, until, the last English-man ,die, or, the invaders, drive off …. Sample writing ? London would not surrender. All the people of London were in the front lines. They had to put out endless fires from the heavy bombing. They had to dig quickly in cellars to rescue their friends who had been buried underneath the wreckage. London people prepared to fight on with every means possible until the last Englishman died or the invaders were driven off. 6. Assignments for Section A: ① Ask students to review the text and do the exercises in the textbook ② Let students learn Text Structure Analysis and do the exercises.

Section B

Forty-Three Seconds over Hiroshima

1. Reading Skills: Understanding Figurative Language (page 275) 2. Ask students to finish reading Text B in ten minutes and doing exercises on Page 281 3. Structure of the Text Part Ⅰ(para.1-3): An atomic bomb was dropped over Hiroshima; Kaz and her father got badly hurt. PartⅡ (para.4-5): The family has been living a comfortable life before the war. PartⅢ (para.6-10): The atomic bomb explosion brought huge sufferings for the family and people around. 4. Languages Points: Part I (Para 1-3) ① ?, as small and innocent-looking as a slip of paper. (line3) innocent adj. 无害的,无恶意的 e.g. It was a perfectly innocent question. Why get so worked up about it? 无罪的,无辜的 e.g. They have imprisoned an innocent man. ② ?, drifting down toward them.(line3) drift v. 漂流,飘动 e.g. She watched the birds as they drifted up into the sky. n.要旨,大意 e.g. I'm sorry. I don't catch your drift.

③ The journey took a mere 43 seconds.(line 3-4) mere adj. 仅仅,只不过,只 e.g. Mere words won't help. ④ ?weeding the vegetables in his underclothes.(line8-9) weed v. 除去(地上的)杂草 e.g. I?ve been busy weeding in the garden. n. 杂草,野草 e.g. Many chemicals can be used to stop weeds from growing, but most of them are harmful to people's health ⑤ When he came staggering out of the garden, ?(line9) stagger v. (因负重、虚弱、醉酒等)蹒跚,摇晃 e.g. She staggered and fell. 使吃惊 e.g. They'd only known each other for two weeks, so I was staggered to hear that they'd decided to get married. ⑥ By the next day the exposed parts of his body?(line10) expose v. 使暴露,使遭受 e.g. Don?t expose your skin to the sun too much. 揭露 e.g. That unfortunate remark exposed his ignorance of the subject. Part II (Para. 4-5) ① That life had been a comfortable one, wanting in nothing… (line13) Meaning : The life of Kaz‘s family had been a comfortable one; they had everything they needed. wanting in ( sth.): lacking in e.g. The young man is wanting in politeness ② The house he built was a roomy one. (line19) roomy adj. 宽敞的 e.g. a surprisingly roomy car They live in a roomy flat on the first floor. Part III (Para. 6-10) ① ?, and she knew at a glimpse that it was him.(line31) glimpse v/n. 一瞥,一看 e.g. One glimpse at himself in the mirror was enough. I caught a glimpse of the driver, but I doubt I would recognize her if I saw her again. ② …when night fell, Kaz and her brother made for the mountains… (line36) Meaning: …when night came, Kaz and her brother walked towards the mountains … make for (a place ): move towards (a place), head for e.g. He rose from the chair and made for the door.

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