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2 Unit 9 The Death of Hitler College English ENTER

3 Pre-reading Activities Expressions & Patterns Exercises Text Analysis Background Information How to applying to our real life the typical expressions and patterns All the exercises for the text Main idea and Structure

4 I. Pre-reading Activities: Warm-up Questions Acquaint yourself with some relevant information 1.Adolf Hitler: before World War Hitler was born on April 20, 1889, at Braunau, Austria. Young Hitler received poor grades in school and left at 16 without graduating. During World War he served four years in the Germany Army as a dispatch runner. He was twice wounded and twice decorated for bravery with the Iron Cross. Between 1933 and 1935, Hitler began secretly to return Germany in violation of the Versailles Treaty. In 1936, German troops reoccupied the demilitarized Rhineland zone, and in 1938, Hitler annexed Austria to Germany. In the same year, representatives of other European nations yielded to Hitlers back

5 I. Pre-reading Activities: Warm-up Questions Acquaint yourself with some relevant information threats at Munich, enabling Hitler to take over much of Czechoslvakia. On August 24, 1939, the German-Soviet Pact was signed, enabling Hitler to invade Poland without opposition from the Soviet Union. The invasion took place on September 1, 1939 and the Second World War in Europe started. back

6 I. Pre-reading Activities: Warm-up Questions Acquaint yourself with some relevant information 2. World War Europe By the order of Adolf Hitler, the German armies poured across the Polish frontier on the morning of Sep. 1, 1939-without a declaration of war. Two days later Great Britain and France declared war against Germany. But Poland was defeated within four weeks by the Germans who had developed a new kind of warfare called lighting warfare. By June, 1941, the German and Italian armies had swept over most of Europe. Mussolini had seized Albania. Hitler had invaded Yugoslavia and Greece. German and Italian troops had meanwhile occupied most of north Africa. back

7 I. Pre-reading Activities: Warm-up Questions Acquaint yourself with some relevant information On June 6, 1944, D-day, American, British and Canadian forces landed in Normandy, France, and opened the second front in Europe (the Soviet Union being the first front). In March 1945, the Allied forces began pouring into Germany from both the west and the east. The Soviet army took Berlin on May 2, Two days earlier, Hitler had killed himself. On May 7, Germany surrendered. back

8 I. Pre-reading Activities: Warm-up Questions Acquaint yourself with some relevant information 3. The Third Reich back The Third Reich: a name for Germany under the dictatorship of Adolf Hitler, By calling his government the Third Reich Hitler indicated that he considered it the successor of the Holy Roman Empire and the German Empire. The term was taken from the title of a book, Das Dritte Reich (The Third Reich), written by Authur Moeller van den Bruck in 1923.

9 Words and II. Words and Expressions execute have/ be done with appreciation instruct to the/a day break call in request seek doom assemble round up spectacle sting up dump interpret as build up in charge of back

10 Words and II. Words and Expressions execute kill (sb.) by law; punish (sb.) by death … Eg. –The electric chair is still used to execute criminals in America. --The death penalty was passed on the drugpusher and he was execute by a firing squad. back

11 Words and II. Words and Expressions dump: drop or throw down in a heap or mass Eg. –You cant dump the garbage here. --The truck backed up to the hole and dumped the dirt in it. --No dumping! back

12 Words and II. Words and Expressions spectacle: an object of laughing or disrespect Eg. –Mary was greatly embarrassed when her partner made a spectacle of himself on the dance floor. -Tom got very drunk and made a spectacle of himself at his wedding party. back

13 Words and II. Words and Expressions appreciation: grateful feelings ; Eg. –I would like to take this opportunity to express my sincere appreciation for your help. -To show his appreciation for my hard work, Mr. Hobbs gave me a bonus of $200. back

14 Words and II. Words and Expressions instruct: give orders or instructions to Eg. –Employers are instructed not to hire child laborers, or they will be troubled by the law. -The general manager instructed his chauffeur to take his secretary to the airport. back

15 Words and II. Words and Expressions assemble: gather or collect together; put together Eg. –Wait until all the gests are assembled. -Every Sunday morning people assembled / are assembled in the church for religious services. back

16 Words and II. Words and Expressions break: come to an end, disappear Eg. –The cold weather at last broke at the end of March. -The clouds broke and the sun came out. -After an hour of heavy rain the storm broke. back

17 Words and II. Words and Expressions request: demand politely Eg. –Visitors to this museum are requested to keep their hands off the exhibits. --Mr. Wang requests this English song be played for his sister whos celebrating her 18 th birthday. back

18 Words and II. Words and Expressions seek: search for, try to obtain or find Eg. –He often seeks advice/help from experienced teachers. -They seek neither fame or fortune. back

19 Words and II. Words and Expressions doom: destined to sth. Unavoidable and unpleasant such as death, failure or destruction Eg. –From the start, he project seemed doomed to failure /to fail. -He seemed doomed to (live ) a life of poverty. back

20 Words and II. Words and Expressions sting up: hang (sth.) high with strings Eg. –Four red palace lanterns were strung up above the gate. – The traitor was strung up after the war. back

21 Words and II. Words and Expressions call in: ask to come or go in Eg. –The father called in the family doctor when he found his son was running a fever. --The servant called in the police when he found the host dead in the bed. back

22 Words and II. Words and Expressions interpret … as: understand…as; regard… as … … … Eg. –Am I right to interpret your silence as a refusal? - His presence at the party was interpret ed as showing that wished to make up the quarrel. back

23 Words and II. Words and Expressions build up: strengthen, increase Eg.-The noise built up until I could not bear it any longer. -Tension is building up between the police and the worker on strike. back

24 Words and II. Words and Expressions in charge of: responsible for Eg. –It is reported that a deputy mayor is in charge of the investigation. --Professor Smith was placed in charge of the department when the department head fell sick last week. back

25 Words and II. Words and Expressions round up: gather or collect together Eg. –The guide rounded up the tourist and took them back to the coach. --It took the young couple a few years to round up enough money for a trip to China. back

26 Words and II. Words and Expressions have/be done with: have /be finished with Eg. –Have/ Are you done with the book I lent you. --Lets start early and have done with it. back

27 Words and II. Words and Expressions to the/a day: exactly Eg. –It is 50 years to a/the day since they got married and they are going to have a big golden wedding party this evening. --He went to Australia five years ago to the day. back

28 Main Idea of Each Part Part Part Part Part Main Idea & Structure Main Idea Main Idea Structure back

29 . Text Analysis: Main Idea and Structure What is the text mainly about? In the last days of World War, Adolf Hitler and his closest associates had sought shelter in a command bunker before the fall of Berlin. He knew that defeat was close at hand and that he must prepare for his own death. Here is a detailed description of how he ended his life. back

30 . Text Analysis: Main Idea and Structure How is the text organized? The passage is divided into two parts. In the first part, the author states that Mussolini, Hitlers fellow fascist dictator and partner in aggression, had met his end. The second part serves as a explanation part, talking about the details that Hitler prepared his last day in the world. back

31 . Text Analysis: Main Idea and Structure Part 1 (Paras. 1-3) The news came out that Mussolini had met his end. Part 2 (Para. 4-11) It lists the details that Hitler prepared his last day in the world. back

32 . Text Analysis: Main Idea and Structure Part I (Paras. 1-3) Part II Main idea? During the afternoon of April 29, news arrived that Mussolini, Hitlers fellow fascist dictator and partner in aggression, had met his end. Devices for developing it? Flashback ( ) back

33 . Text Analysis: Main Idea and Structure Part II (Para. 4-11) Part I Main idea? Shortly after receiving the news of Mussolinis death, Hitler began to make the final preparations for his. Devices for developing it? Narration ( ) back

34 . ExercisesComprehension 3 P. 195Vocabulary 3 P P. 198Translation 3 P.201Collocation backSummary 3 P. 200

35 . Exercises----Translation Translate the following into English 1. It has been three years and four months to the day since she began to practice medicine. back

36 . Exercises----Translation Translate the following into English 2. The children were running all over the place, and the teacher was having a hard time rounding them up and bringing them back to class. back

37 . Exercises----Translation Translate the following into English 3. The discovery further strengthened my belief that the volcano would erupt in the near future. back

38 . Exercises----Translation Translate the following into English 4. Now that Professor Henderson has promised to attend the meeting, we would like to request him To deliver a speech. back

39 . Exercises----Translation Translate the following into English 5. Eventually Mary will live home to lead her own life, but in he meantime she still needs you support. back

40 . Exercises----Translation Translate the following into English 6. Much to our relief, our performance was fully appreciated by the audience, mostly college students. back

41 . Exercises----Comprehension Choose the best answer for each of the following. 1.The relationship between Hitler and Mussolini was one of. a.personal friends b.war collaborators c.bitter rivals d.business associates b back

42 . Exercises----Comprehension 2.Mussolini was caught and executed by. a.Allied troops b.Hitlers secret police c.Italian guerrillas d.Swiss police c back

43 . Exercises----Comprehension 3. The body of Mussolini and his mistress were put on display and became object of. a.public scorn b.great curiosity c.amazement d.pity a back

44 . Exercises----Comprehension 4. According to the author, Hitler decided to commit suicide because. a.he was afraid of trials b.he thought he was doomed anyway c.He wanted to set an example for his associates to follow d. he did not wanted himself to be disgraced in public d back

45 . Exercises-----Comprehension 5. When Hitler appeared from his private quarters to bid farewell to his closest associates, he seemed to be. a.in a rage b.as hopeful as ever c.horror-struck d.much in pain d back

46 . Exercises----Comprehension a.these people were happy that Hitler was to die b.these people felt greatly relieved at last c.these people never lost interest in life d.both b and c 6.The weird dance party that took place after the farewell shows that. d back

47 . Exercises-----Comprehension 7.When they heard the revolver shot, Dr. Goebbels and a few others. a.went into Hitlers quarters immediately b.kept waiting for a long time before entering Hitlers quarters c.kept waiting just long enough before entering Hitlers quarters d.rush into Hitlers room c back

48 . Exercises----Comprehension a.on April 30, 1945 b.on May 7, 1945 c.on April 29, 1945 d.on May 8, The Third Reich fell. b back

49 . Exercises----Vocabulary Fill in the blanks with the words or expressions given below. Change the form where necessary. 1.Owing to lack of funds, the project seems to be from the outset. 2.Mr. Greene is going on vacation next week. Miss Bennet will be the personal department while he was away. swallow decent drip relief in charge o break in resolve institute doom doomed in charge of back

50 . Exercises----Vocabulary 3. Many people suggest that the government a consumer protection agency. 4. It is his firm never to lose his temper. 5. She was so scared by what had just happened that she could not her food. 6. What a young man, said the old woman, when he gave her his seat on the bus. 7. Obviously, Peter was in acute pain. As he came into the clinic, swe from his forehead. swallow decent was dripping resolve institute back

51 8. The police had to to save the child before the fire got out control. 9. Much to the students, the mid-term exam was cancelled. 10. To show his for their efforts to help solve the problem, he gave each a gift check of $500.. Exercises----Vocabulary back appreciation relief break in

52 . Exercises----Collocation Use the verb in brackets to form an appropriate phrasal verb and complete the sentence with it. 1.The Californian Democrats carried out a vigorous campaign to votes. (round) 2. you the newspaper? Tom asked impatiently. 3. Colorful banners and lights along both sides of the streets to celebrate the festival. (string) round up were strung up done with back Have

53 . Exercises----Collocation 4. When I returned to my childhood home, I was distressed to find that all the pear trees. (cut) 5. It is obvious that enemy forces greatly in the area in the few days. (build) 6. To expand its business, the household appliances company ad leaflets to all its potential customers. (send) 7. No light have been visible in the hose for two evenings, one of the neighbours old lady dead in her chair. (break) (has) sent out have built up had been cut down broke in back

54 . Exercises----Collocation 8. They decided to the doctor again because the child was no better after taking so many doses of the medicine. (call) call in back

55 . Summary----Cloze Fill in the missing words or phrases. When the advancing Russians were approaching, Hitler knew he was d (1), so he began to make p (2) to meet his Eva Brauns e (3). He was resolved not to allowed themselves not to be captured and (4) by the Russians. He (5) his men to (6) enough gasoline so as to burn up his and Eva bodies after they committed suicide. I (7), he, having had his last meal, a (8) his staff and most i (9) associates and said a p (10) farewell to each person doomed end preparation executed round up instructed in the meantime assembled intimate back private

56 . Summary----Cloze Fill in the missing words or phrases. fro the last time. Then he and Eva r (11) to their quarters. A few people waited outside the door. After hearing a gun shot, they waited a short i (12), entered the room and found their Fuehrer who once had s (13) control over their lives now lying dead on the coach. It was April 30, 1945, exactly 12 years and 3 months to the day since Hitler had initiated the e (14) power of the Third Reich. retired interval strict enormous back


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