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Module 3 My First Ride on a Train Reading and Vocabulary 山东临邑一中 宫汝军
INTRODUCTION READING AND VOCABULARY GRAMMAR 1 FUNCTION VOCABULARY READING AND SPEAKING GRAMMAR 2 LISTENING WRITING PRONUNCIATION EVERYDAY ENGLISH CULTURAL CORNER TASK MODULE FILE 教学内容分析
Period 1: Introduction + Function + Speaking Period 2: Reading and Vocabulary Period 3: Grammar 1 & Grammar 2 Period 4: Listening and Vocabulary + Pronunciation + Everyday English Period 5: Cultural Corner + Task + Writing Period 6: Language Focus 教学计划
Look at the pictures collected by our classmates. Do you know what and where they show us. Australia Sydney Opera House the map of Australia the national flag Alice Springs beach Kangaroo
5. What Australian animals do you know about? 1. Do you know how many people live there? 2. Do you know the name of the capital city? 3. Where do you think most of the people live, in the central part of the country or on the coast? 4. What do you think the central part of the country is like? Australia More than 20 million Canberra On the east coast and the southeast coast Desert Kangarookoala bearduck-billed platypusdingo
abandoned camels cassette clouds colourful desert diamonds distance experts famous farms fields food government law meal midnight passengers products recently sand scenery shine shoot soil supply weather Check the meaning of these words and match some of the words with these definitions. 1. an area of land where it is always dry 2. valuable stones 3. people who travel on a train, bus or plane 4. you find this on beaches 5. white or grey things made of water in the sky 6. where plants grow desert diamonds passengers sand clouds soil / fields / farms
5. Have you ever seen any animals, such as camels, sheep and so on? When you were riding on a train, … 1. What kind of weather would you prefer? 2. Would you like some great meals cooked by experts? 3. Which would you prefer, listening to any cassettes, enjoying the colourful scenery, talking with other passengers or watching the night sky with the stars shining like diamonds? 4. Have you ever seen any places like abandoned farms, desert, fields with dark red soil and so on?
a child visiting her grandmother What is the passage about? a train ride to Sydney taking the train to Australia traveling to the central part of Australia How many parts can we divide the passage into? What is each about ?
Paragraph 1 Paragraph 2 Paragraph 3 Paragraph 4 Paragraph 5 Paragraph 6 Paragraph 1 Paragraph 2 Paragraph 3 Paragraph 4 Paragraph 5 She tells She describes She explains A. the origin of the Ghan train and the means of transport for traveling a long distance in the past. B. when and where their travel took place. C.the scenery all the journey.
1. Did Alice travel on the train a long time ago? 2. Was her destination on the coast of Australia? 3. Was the scenery the same during the whole journey? 4. Did she study while she was on the train? 5. Did the Australians use horses to travel to the central part of the country? 6. Do they still use camels to deliver goods? Read the passage again carefully and answer the questions Recently Alice travelled on a long-distance train. Her destination was the central part of Australia. The scenery was not the same during the whole journey. She read books and listened to her Chinese cassettes while she was on the train. The Australians used camels to travel to the central part of the country. They don’t use camels to deliver goods now.
Read the passage again carefully and fill in the gap Alice Thompson made her first long-distance train ride at the age of _____. She got on in _______ and got off in Alice Springs. They ate meals cooked by _______. They saw fields, soil, desert and _____________ farms which were built over 100 years ago. On the train, Alice talked to other ___________ and studied Chinese. She watched the night sky and found stars, which shone like__________. Why is the train called the Ghan? It is short for _____________. The Afghans trained the ________ to carry food and supplies. They did this until _________, when the ____________ built a new railway line. 18Sydney experts abandoned passengers diamonds Afghanistan camels the 1920s government
For the first few hundred kms the scenery colourful fields soils red desert shine no wind no clouds more than 4000 kms away 2 days & nights After thatSuddenly look like from another time more than 100 years ago comfortable nice during the day sit look out of sometimes talk to read listen to one night at about midnight watch shine diamonds Retell the passage: Alice’s First Ride on a Train Alice comes from Sydney, Australia and she is 18 years old. Recently she had her first ride on a long distance train. She and a friend travelled on the famous Ghan train. … get on get off In the middle of wonderful great cooked by experts
2. Talk about Australia 3. Describe the experiences of the first ride on a train 1. Words and phrases: abandoned camels cassette colourful desert diamonds distance experts famous government midnight products passengers recently scenery shoot soil supply be short for look out of during the day at midnight
HOMEWORK Title__________ Module __________ Date__________ General idea :__________________________________ Words & Phrases: ______________________________ Beautiful sentences: ____________________________ __________________________________ WB Reading 7.8.9 (P81-83)
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