山东省沾化县 乔清彬. Reading Language points Grammar 1 + Listening + Vocabulary Grammar 2 +...
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ReadingLanguage points Grammar 1 + Listening + Vocabulary Grammar 2 + Speaking + Writing
1. What are the differences between Likangs Junior High school and Senior High school?
2. What are the two things the English teacher thinks important to do in class?
3. What are the two things that the English teacher want to improve? The method of teaching, more students in the class.Reading comprehension, speaking.Spelling, handwriting.Fast reading:
1. Lines 21-24: Ms Shens method of teaching is nothing like that of the teachers at my Junior High school.My previous teachers method of teaching is better than that of Ms Shen.(b) My previous teachers method of teaching is different from that of Ms Shen.2. Lines 27-28: I dont think I will be bored in Ms Shens class!I will find the class interesting! I will find the class difficult!Careful reading:
3. Lines 31-32: Some students were embarrassed at first(a) The students stopped being shy eventually.(b) The students couldnt do the activity.4. Lines 33-35: Ms Shen gave us instructions and then we worked by ourselves.(a) We did everything by ourselves.(b) We listened to Ms Shens explanation and then worked with each other.Careful reading:
We have known the Likangs life at Senior High, Is your English classroom like Likangs? Is your class the same size as his? Is the number of boys and girls the same? Are you looking forward to doing your English homework?
Whats similar and whats different in the American and Chinese school systems?
DiscussionAsk the students to prepare a short reply to introduce the school system, vacation, study time & after-school activities in China by imitating the letter in Cultural corner.
academic adj. (1) of (teaching or learning in) schools, colleges, etc. the academic year (2) of theoretical interest only e.g. a matter of academic concern n. teacher at a university, college, etc; professional scholar : academy n. Academy Award academician Word
2. instruction n. (pl)(1) order or direction given (2) information on how to do or use sth. follow the instructions for instructions on (how to do ) sth. instructions to do sth. on sb.s instructions be under instructions to do sth.
3. embarrassed adj. feeling nervous and uncomfortable and worrying be embarrassed to do sth. be embarrassed about/at 4. behaviour n. way of treating others; manners behaviour towards/to/be on ones good/best behaviour put sb. on his best behaviour /
5. cover vt. to include or deal with sth. be covered by/ withe.g.Cover the table with a cloth.cover for sb. e.g.: Ill cover for Jane while shes on holiday.cover (a distance) cover (sth new )cover sth up e.g. The government is trying to cover up the scandal.
1. The teacher is a very enthusiastic woman called Ms. Shen. called Ms. Shen who/that was called Ms. Shen We visited the new library_______________________. The first textbooks ____________________________as a foreign language came out in the 18th century.written for teaching Englisha dated map a retired teacher built three weeks agoSentences
2. I don't think I will be bored in Ms. Shens class! think, believe, expect, suppose, feel, guess, imagine : (1 )(2)thinkI dont believe what he said is true.I dont suppose they will object to my suggestion.He didnt imagine that she would go abroad.I dont think its going to rain tomorrow, is it? You dont think I have made mistakes, do you?
3. In other words, there are three times as many girls as boys. (1) in other words In other words, she must give up singing.Beethoven wrote many world-famous musical compositions. In other words, he was a great musician.This book is three times as long as that one.This book is three times the length of that one.This book is three times longer than that one.(2) A + be+ +as+ adj.+as+B A+be++ +than+B A+be++the size/length/height/depth/width+ of+ B
4. Im looking forward to doing it look forward to sth./doing sth. /to I look forward to hearing from you as early as possible. to look forward to turn to pay attention to stick to get down to object to belong to refer to point to see to come to reply to agree to add to devoteto compareto
5. The school year is divided into two semesters, the first of which is September through December, and the second is January through May. be divided into :6. At the end of twelfth grade, American students receive the high school diploma. at the end of in the end (at last; finally) by the end of at the beginning of (at the start of ) at the beginning (in the beginning; at first) Our class is divided into four groups. America is divided into over 30 stales.50
7. Oh really? So have I. so +//+ so am Iso can Ineither/nor +//+ Bob wasnt at school last Friday, and neither/nor was Jack. He is interested in physics and __________. If you can finish it in time,__________. BobJackso ++// You have dropped a word here.Yes, so I have.
1. I live in Shijiazhuang, a city not far from Beijing .2. I am writing down my thoughts about it.What are the tense differences are there between these two sentences?A. She visits her parents everyday. What is the time by your watch? The moon goes around the earth. The train leaves at seven and arrives at nine.Read the following examples and try to find out the principles of the uses of the present simple tense & the present continuous tense. Lead-in
the uses of the present simple tense A: indicating a permanent state of affairsB: indicating a habit, or something you do regularlythe uses of the present continuous tense A: indicating that something is taking place in this period of timeB: indicating that something is taking place at this momentB. All the students are looking at the blackboard carefully. We are learning New Standard English. Now we are leaving the classroom and approaching the playground. She is always thinking of herself.
Listening and vocabulary
Listen carefully and answer the following questions:1. Is Diane studying Chinese?
2. Is Robs teacher a native speaker of Chinese?
3. Is the assistant teacher a native speaker?
4. Did the Chinese teacher encourage the students?
5. Did he give the students anything to read?
6. Did Diane understand the level of the class she went to ?No, she isnt. Shes studying Spanish.No, he isnt, but hes fluent in Chinese.Yes, she is. Her names Miss Wang.Yes, he did. He made them feel really good.No, he didnt. He said pronunciation was the most important thing at the beginning.No, she didnt. She thought it was for speakers of Spanish.
Lead in by doing exercises: Grammar 2 -ing;-ed1. I was ________ when I saw the _______ news. (exciting & excited)2. The dog was ________ in playing _________ games, such as playing balls, wires and plates. (interesting & interested) excitedexcitinginterestedinterestingDiscovering Read My First Day at Senior High again and underline the adjectives with -ing or -ed endings. After you have found out them try to find out the different uses of words with different endings. The -ing form describes the people or things that cause the feeling; the -ed form tells us how people feel
PracticeRead the examples and complete the sentences.1. bored / boring: I wasnt __________ with the lesson.2. interested / interesting: I was very __________ in her teaching method.3. amazed / amazing: The computer screen is absolutely __________.4. disappointed / disappointing: He was __________ because Ms Shen wont be the teacher every day.5. embarrassed / embarrassing: Group work activities wont make you __________ because you can keep quiet if you want to.6. bored / boring: The journey home from school was _______.boredinterestedamazingdisappointedembarrassedboring
1. What can you see in the picture and what are they doing.2. Is the school similar to ours? Explain why it is or isnt.3. Do students at our school do things like this ?4. How do you think about the after-school activities? Are they good or bad? How can we make best use of after-school activities.SpeakingLook at the pictures(page7 on textbook) in Speaking part to find out what the US high school students do after class.
WritingRead this email from an American student in tenth grade and answer the following questions:1. Who is writing the email?
2. Why is she writing?
3. What does she remember?Martha, a 16-year-old girl from new York.She wants students to tell her about their memories of their first year at primary(grade) school.The smell of wall paint; Molly, her friend; Miss Sharps smile.