Presentation on theme: "Lesson 102 The one hundred and second lesson. Pre-read: 2.Can you say something about the sad story of Titanic? 1.Do you know anything about the ship."— Presentation transcript:
Pre-read: 2.Can you say something about the sad story of Titanic? 1.Do you know anything about the ship Titanic?
On April 10 th,1912, the Titanic set off for her first trip from Southampton, England, to New York, with 2,227 passengers and crew aboard. It was the largest and finest ship at that time, At 11:40 p.m. on the night of April 14 th, traveling at a speed of 20.5 knots, she hit an iceberg. At 2:20 a.m. she sank. 1,522 people were lost at sea, including passengers and crew. There were only 705 survivors. Titanic
New words: 1. iceberg 2. pleasant 3. hole 4. sink 5. lifeboat mass of ice moving in the sea Example: If a ship hits an iceberg, its dangerous. giving pleasure Example: a pleasant weather, trip, etc. an open part that goes through something Example: The mouse made a hole in the wall. go down (sank)Example: Wood does not sink in water. a boat which is used to save life Example: Please get into the lifeboats.
Listen to the tape carefully, answer the following questions. 1.In which year did the story happen? 2.Where did the ship start off? 3.Where was the ship going? 4.How many people were on the ship? 5.What was the weather like at that time? 6.What could people on the sea see here and there? 7.What happened to the ship? 8.Why did the children in the lifeboat cry? Who stood up and gave up a seat to the mother? 9.How many people lost their lives? 10.What happened to Miss Evans?
Language points: 1. set offbegin ( a journey, race, etc.) Example: What time are you planning to set off tomorrow? 2. here and thereeverywhere Example: There are clothes lying here and there on the floor. 3. be the first to do sth. Example: She was among the first to arrive. 4. make room for space(U) Example: Can you make room for more books? 5. take ones placereplace sb. 6. lose ones life die Example: He lost his life in a car accident.
take ones place take place Jane is ill today, I should take her place. Jane is ill today, I should take the place of her. = take the place of … = happen Nobody could take the place of mother. We dont know what took place yesterday. When will the wedding take place? Compare: