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1 Period 1&2Warming up and Reading I Period 3Learning about language Period 4Reading and Listening Period 5Listening and Speaking Period 6Writing
2 Period 1&2: 9-40 Unit 1 Cultural relics
3 Warming up – I ( 6m ) Look at the three groups of pictures and discuss these questions. 1. Do you know these places? 2. If you know, what do you know about the places? 3. Which one would you like to visit? Why?
4 Group 1 The Pyramids in Egypt
5 Group 2 The Great Wall/China
6 Group 3 Stonehenge / Britain Salisbury plain
7 Which one would you like to choose? Why?
8 Reasons for their importance Symbols of their countries A concrete annotation of their cultures Have a memorable significance Bring in money from tourism ……
9 Show more cultural relics. As is known to all, China is a country with a history of more than 5,000 years. In the long history, people in different periods have left us quite a number of cultural sites, many of which are world famous. Now look at the pictures and guess what heritage they are. Warming up – II ( 4m )
10 Forbidden City
11 Potala Palace, Lhasa
12 Mount Huangshan (1990)
13 Longmen Grottoes (2000)
14 Jiuzhaigou Valley Scenic and Historic Interest Area (1992)
15 Classical Gardens of Suzhou (1997)
16 Pre-reading ( 2m ) Students answer the following questions: What is your favorite city? Why? What makes a city great? a long history cultural relics many great people important events taking place there
17 Listen to the tape and read after it, then finish the exercises in comprehending. Answer keys: Ex 1: 1.B 2.D 3.B 4.A 5.C Reading -- I Multiple choice ( 5m )
18 Reading: SURE or NOT SURE 1.The Amber room was not easy to make. 2.Catherine II didnt like everything about the Amber Room when she first saw it. 3.The Amber room was taken to Konigsberg and hidden there in The Russians didnt care about the Amber Room. NS S S 5.The Russians dont think the Amber Room will ever be found. NS Reading -- II Sure or not sure ( 5m )
19 Read the text again and answer the following questions(discuss in pairs): Reading -- III Answering questions ( 5m )
20 1.What was given to the Russian people as a great gift by Frederick William I,the king of Prussia? 2.Why it is called the Amber room and how many tons of amber were used to make the Amber Room? 3.What did Catherine the Great do with the Amber Room? 4.What happened to the Amber Room?
22 The great Amber Room was given to the Russian people as a great gift by the king.
23 2.Why it is called the Amber room and how many tons of amber were used to make the Amber Room?
24 Because it was made of almost seven thousand toms of amber, which has a beautiful yellow brown color.
25 3.What did Catherine the Great do with the Amber Room?
26 She had the Amber Room moved to the palace outside St Petersburg and transformed it.
28 It was taken apart and missing in the second world war, and the Russians and Germans have built a new Amber room at the summer palace.
29 Reading – IV ( 3m ) Find out all the people related to the Amber Room from the text. Frederick I Frederick William I Peter the Great Catherine II The Nazi German
30 Group work ( 10m ) Discuss the following topic in groups, then show your opinions: Do you think it is meaningful to rebuild the new Amber Room? Why?
31 Homework 1. Try to tell the story about the Amber Room. 2. Prepare for the next class.
34 Unit 1 Cultural relics Period 3: 41-81
35 1. rare 2. vase 3. in return 4. in search of 5. belong to Checking answer – I (2m) Answer keys for Ex.1 on Page 3: 6. heat 7. remain 8. gift 9. doubt 10. remove
36 Checking answer – II ( 4m ) Answer keys for Ex.3 on Page 4: 1. This was a time when the two countries were in a state of war. 2. She was working in the garden all this morning. 3. Children who are playing often make a lot of noise. 4. When we called, the family were having their dinner. 5. What are they doing now? They are having their meal.
37. Useful structure ( 30m ) The Restrictive and Non-Restrictive Attributive Clause
38 : 1. who, ( The man who I talked with is our teacher. A person who steals things is called a thief. 2. whom, (, ) The man (whom/who) I nodded to is Mr. Li. The man to whom I nodded is Professor Li.
39 apple the red the green the small the big The apple which is red is mine. The apple which is green is yours. The apple which is red is small The apple which is green is big.
40 Mrs. Clark is angry with the goat. The goat is eating her flowers. Mrs. Clark is angry with the goat which is eating her flowers. Can you lend me the book? You talked about it last night. Can you lend me the book (which) you talked about last night. Can you lend me the book about which you talked last night?
41 Do you find the pen? I wrote with it just now. Do you find the pen with which I wrote just now? Do you find the pen (which) I wrote with just now?
42 3. which (, ) These are the trees which were planted last year. This recorder which he is using is made in Japan. Is this the library (which) you borrow books from? Is this the library from which you borrow books?
43 that / ( A plane is a machine. It can fly. A plane is a machine that can fly. He is the man. I told you about him. He is the man (that) I told you about.
44 He is the man (that) I told you about. which that 4. that / ( A plane is a machine that can fly. Is this the library from which you borrow books? from that
that which,, that which I am sure she has something (that) you can borrow. Ive read all the books that are not mine. This is the first book (that) he has read. This is the very book that belongs to him. (1) all, everything, nothing, something, anything, little, much (2) all, every, no, some, any, little, much (3) (4) the only, the very, the same, the last
46 (1) The scientist is very famous in the world. We met her yesterday. The scientist Ø we met yesterday is very famous who in the world. whom that (2) The dress is new. She is wearing it. The dress that she is wearing is new. which Ø
47 (3) He is the kind person. I have ever worked with him. (4) This is the best film. I have ever seen this film. He is the kind person that I have ever worked with. who whom Ø This is the best film that I have ever seen. Ø
49 1 when, where, why + which + which a) I still remember the day. On that day I joined the army. I still remember the day when I joined the army. I still remember the day on which I joined the army.
50 b) This is the house. We lived in it last year. This is the house where we lived last year. This is the house in which we lived last year. This is the house which we lived in last year.
51 c) Do you know the reason? He was late for that reason. Do you know the reason why he was late? Do you know the reason for which he was late? 2 when, where, why
52 ······ a) vt. vi. This is the place which / that we visited last year. This is the place where we worked last year. b) I still remember the day when I joined the League. I still remember the day that / which we spent together.
53 This is the mountain village where I stayed last year. I'll never forget the days when I worked together with you.
54 / A. where B. that C. on which D. the one 1. Is this the museum _____ you visited a few days ago? 2. Is this museum _____ you visited a few days ago? A. where B. that C. on which D. the one B D
55 1. Eg: He who doesnt go to the Great Wall is not a true man He is not a true man.
56 The mooncake that has egg in it is the mooncake which I like best The mooncake is the mooncake. 2. Eg: I have a dog, which can do many things for me.
57 3. Put the two sentences into one: 1. Our friends missed the train again. They are always late for everything. 2. My aunt was waiting for me on the steps. She had two heavy bags.
58 3. The dog is easily frightened. It was beaten when it was small. 4. I was invited to join by my neighbor. He has been a League member for three years.
59 Keys : 1. Our friends, who are always late for everything, missed the train again. 2. My aunt, who had two heavy bags, was waiting for me on the steps. 3. The dog, which was beaten when it was small, is easily frightened. 4. I was invited to join by my neighbor, who has been a League member for three years.
60 Discovering useful structure Checking answers – I Answer keys for Ex.1 on Page 4: 1. It is your job to look into any reports of cultural relics that have been found in China. 2. You are sent to a small town where you find a relic that was stolen from a place. 3. Think of a cultural relic you know about.
61 4. The gift was the Amber Room, which was given this name because almost seven thousands of amber were used to make it. 5. Later, Catherine II had the Amber Room moved to the palace outside St Pertersburg where she spent her summers. 6. In 1770, the room was completed the way she wanted it. 7. This was a time when the two countries were at war.
62 Checking answers – II Answer keys for Ex.2 on Page 4: 1.Here are the farmers who discovered the underground city last month. 2. Xian is one of the few city in which/where city walls remain as good as before. Xian is one of the few city whose walls remain as good as before. Xian is one of the few city with walls which remain as good as before.
63 3. Shaanxi Province is a place where relics are well looked after. Shaanxi Province is a place with many cultural relics which are well looked after. Shaanxi Province is a place whose cultural relics are well looked after. 4. The woman remembered the day when she saw Nazis burying something near her home.
64 5. The old man you are talking to saw some Germans taking apart the Amber Room and moving it away.
65 1. St Pertersburg is a very beautiful city, which was once called Leningrad. St Pertersburg, which was once called Leningrad, is a very beautiful city. 2. In Xian, I met a teacher who has a strong love for cultural relics and who took me to visit the history museum. Checking answers – III Answer keys for Ex.3 on Page 4 5:
66 3. I dont remember the solider who told me not to tell anyone what I have seen. 4. People didnt pay as much attention to cultural relics in the old days, when my grandfather was a child. 5. They moved the boxes to a mine, where they wanted to hide them.
67 1.After leaving the army, Mr Brown came to China in search of a job. 2.How could you take apart a good quality chair in order to fix the desks? 3.Im not quite sure who(m) the gift belong to. 4.John mentioned the names of a few judges who he did not think highly of. Checking answers – IV Answer keys for Ex.3 on Page 43( workbook):
68 5. We looked into the report of the eyewitness carefully and found he didnt give the facts. 6. She gave us food and clothes and asked for nothing in return. 7. There is no doubt that the search for those lost cultural relics will continue.
69 1.The film brought the hours back to me ____ I was taken good care of in that far- away village. A. until B. that C. when D. where the hours,when C.
70 2. He paid the boy $ 10 for washing ten windows,most of _______ hadt been cleaned for at least a year. A. these B. those C. that D. which windows windows, those B those of that D
71 3.Recently I bought an ancient Chinese vase ____ was very reasonable. A. which price B. the price of which C.its price D. the price of whose price Chinese vaseits price whose of A C D B.
72 4. Hes got himself into a dangerous situation ____ he is likely to lose control over the plane. A. where B. which C. while D. why situation A C D while,why A.
73 Homework 1.Finish the exercises on workbook. 2.Do more exercises about the Restrictive and Non-Restrictive Attributive Clause. 3.Prepare for the next class.
75 Unit 1 Cultural relics Period 4: 82-90
76 Reading ( 5m ) Read the text, then answer the following questions. 1. What should a judge do in a trial? 2. What is an evidence? 3. What is a fact? 4. What is an opinion?
77 Listening ( 20m ) Listen to the tape for Part 2 on Page5, and fill in the blanks in Part 3. play three times, then check the answers.
78 NameJob PlaceTime What he heard What he saw/sees What he did/does What he believes Jan Hasek a miner Czech Republic1945; now something exploded He saw some German soldiers putting boxes in the mine.All the holes in the mines were filled. nothing The Amber Room and some gold are buried in the mine.
79 NameAnna PetrovJoba maid Placea castleTime What she heard What she saw What she did What she believes She heard about the Nazis stealing many treasures from Russia and that something exploded at the end of August, Many trucks came to the castle one night before Christmas in 1941.She saw fires from the castle one night in August,1944. nothing The pieces of the Amber Room were burnt during the war
80 NameHans BraunJoba sailor Placethe Baltic SeaTime1945 What he heard/hear s What he saw What he did What he believes He was told to help some soldiers put big wooden boxes with treasures onto a ship and a group of people is searching for the ship now. A Russian submarine sank the ship He had to swim three kilometres until a German boat saved him. Those wooden boxes must be buried in the sand.
81 Group work ( 12m ) According to the above forms, discuss which person gave the best evidence.Use the expressions in Part 2 on Page 6. ( Each group should give their answer. )
82 Homework 1.Search some information about evidence and opinion. 2. Prepare for the next class.
84 Unit 1 Cultural relics Period 5: 91-98
85 Listening – I ( 12m ) Listen to tape for three times, finish the exercises of Listening on Page 41. Suggested answers: 1.Reason 1: The dam was built to stop floods on the Nile River. Reason 2: It was built to give people more electricity. 2. The water in the lake behind the dam rose. 53,000 people had to move and some temples were in danger.
86 3. False ( It is one of the worlds largest. When completed, the Three Gorges Dam will be the worlds largest.) 4. The dam would put it under water. 5. The engineers needed to find a way to move the relic to safety. 6. (3) The listening text only says that visitors are glad to see it. 7. Students give their own answers.
87 Answer keys to Ex 2: 1.Harvard university; teacher / professor 2.Europe; buildings 3.traditional; modern Listening – II ( 8m ) Listen to tape for twice, finish exercise 2 of Listening task on Page 44.
88 Students practice for five minutes, then ask some of them to tell. Speaking – I Pair work ( 10m ) Tell something about one of the cultural relics that you have ever visited. ( practice in pairs )
90 Homework 1.Summarize the ideas for the debate. 2.Prepare for the next class.
92 Unit 1 Cultural relics Period 6:
93 Reading ( 5m ) Read the letter of Ex. 2 on Page 7, pay attention to the patterns about giving opinions, and make sure if you agree with the writer. Writing ( 15m ) Write a reply to Johanna's letter according to the requests in Part 1 on Page 7.
94 Checking answers ( 15m ) After writing, the students change their letters with their partners and correct it, then show some letters on the screen. The teacher gives some advice according to the students letters, then show the suggested answers.
95 Model A: Dear Johann, I must say that I agree with you. If you find, it should belong to you because ____________________________. Even if I lost something, I wouldnt expect ______________.Once I lost a _____.I decided not to __________________. you are the person who found it something to get it backring look for it too much
96 People need to understand that ______________________________________. Your letter helps me to remember that people need to be careful with _____________. Then they wont need to worry about ____________.So you see,Johann, I got two rewards: one I could ________________ and one I could _______________. Yours, Hu Xiaomin when they lose something they lose the right to own it. their things losing them give to others learn from
97 Dear Johann, I must say that I dont agree with you. Though you find __________,it does nt mean it belongs to you.If you can find out who it belongs to,you should ____________. I am sure you would want someone to __________.Once I found a beautiful ___________. I wanted to ________.Then I remembered seeing one just like it in ________.I went to the __________ and found the __________to whom it belonged.__________was very _________to get it back and gave me some delicious apples.So you see,Johann,I got two rewards:one I could eat and one I could keep in my heart.
98 Dear Johann, I must say that I dont agree with you. Though you find something,it doesnt mean it belongs to you.If you can find out who it belongs to,you should try to return it. I am sure you would want someone to do the same for you.Once I found a beautiful picture. I wanted to keep it.Then I remembered seeing one just like it in an office.I went to the office and found the person to whom it belonged. The lady was very happy to get it back and gave me some delicious apples.So you see,Johann,I got two rewards:one I could eat and one I could keep in my heart.
99 Homework 1.Finish the writing task on Page Prepare for the next class.
101 Language points for Reading I
102 1.A cultural relic is something that has survived for a long time, often a part of something old that has remained when the rest of it has been destroyed. (P3, L1)
103 1) survive E.g: Many strange customs have survived from earlier times. Few buildings survived the earthquake. The man survived his sister by three years. vi. vt. vt. …… ……
104 survive: vi. continue to live or exist. vt. Continue to live or exist in spite of nearly being killed or destroyed by sth. vt. Remain alive after sb., live or exist longer than Hes survived by his wife and two babies. He is the last surviving member of the family. Few birds managed to survive the winter last year.
105 2) a part of & part of A part of the books have arrived. A leg is a part of the body. He gave me back only part of the money I lent him. Part of the house was burnt in the fire. Part of the passengers were injured in the accident. *Part of it _________ good. *Part of them _____________ good. is are
106 3) something if/weather anything I want something to eat. I dint have anything today. Is there anything wrong with this stove? *Would you like something to eat? anything something.
107 4) remain 1)After the fire, very little remained of my house. 2)Much work remained to be done. 3)Ill remain to see the end of the game. 4)He remained silent after class. 5)The door remained closed. vi. be left or present after other parts have been removed or used or dealt with. vi. be left to be seen, done, etc. vi. stay behind, stay in the same place. linking verb. continue to be
108 5)the rest of …… a. The rest of the book _________ not very interesting. b. The rest of the group ________ in the classroom. is are
Imagine that you work for the state office of cultural relics. (P1,L4) 1) Can you imagine life without electricity? I could hardly imagine living in that kind of place. 2) I cant imagine her marrying him. 3) Can you imagine how worried I was then? I imagine that I have met you somewhere before. imagine + n./ doing/ sb doing sth/ that- clause
It is your job to look into any reports of cultural relics that have been found in China. (P1, L4) look into 1) The police are looking into all the records of the man. 2) He looks into her face with great interest. 3) Ill look into the matter as soon as possible. Just have a little patience.
The man who has it insists that it belongs to his family. (P1,L6) 1) insist + n/ that …(should) do /that… insist on doing sth. a. He insisted that the money _______________________ to him at once. (return) b. He insisted that he ___________ the money. (not steal) c. I insisted on his __________ there right away. (go) (should) be returned hadnt stolen going
112 2)belong to P3 Correct the mistake The house was belonged to an old lady. China is a country that is belonging to the Third World. As a writer, he really belongs the 18 th century. This map is belonging on the table.
If you find a cultural relic, what will you do with it? (P1, pre-reading) do with 1)I didnt know what to do with the old tree. 2)The new teacher didnt know what to do with the class. 3)What have you done with the papers for the meeting? 4)We have nothing else to eat, you have to do with some bread. 5)I cannot do with loud noise. …… ( cannot )
114 do with & deal with What to do with the problem? How to deal with the problem?
Frederick William I, the King of Prussia, could never have imagined that his greatest gift to the Russian people would have such a strange history. (P1, L1) · could not/never have done
Although it feels as hard as stone, it easily melts when heated. (P1, L4) when heated when it is heated be, it is/was be Turn to him for help if necessary. When __________ why he was late, he went red. (ask) Be careful when __________ the street. (cross) asked crossing
Once it is heated, the amber room can be made into any shape. (P1, L4) once Once you begin to do it, you must do it well. Once you see it, youll like it. be made into … … …… / / be made of be made from be made up of be made in
118 1.The wood here will _____________ table. 2.The bottle ___________ glass. 3.The kind of wine ________________ grapes. 4.This class _____________ 60 students. 5.The ______________ china. be made into is made of is made from is made up of are made in
The design for the room was of the fancy style popular in those days. (P1, L5) fancy adj. I dont feel like making a fancy meal.
120 vt.,, 1) Dont fancy that you can succeed without hard work. 2) I cant fancy his doing such a thing. 3) I fancied him to be dead. 4) He fancies himself as a good writer. 5) Do you fancy a glass of coffee? 6) I dont fancy walking in the rain. fancy + that-/ones doing sth/sb to be…/sb as/sth/doing sth
121 of the fancy style of + 1)They are of different sizes, but they are the same in weight. 2)I dont find anything of interest in todays newspaper 3)Your advise is of great help to learners of English. 4)They are of great help to learners of English.
122 of great importance= of interest= of use= of value= of help= important interesting useful valuable helpful
123 of high quality of different colours of the same size of this kind
About four metres long, the room served as a small reception hall for important visitors. (Para2, L9) serve as He served two terms as President. He served as a waiter there. When you sleep in the open, old newspapers can serve as a blanket.
She told her artists to add more details to its design. (Para3, L3) add…to… …… …… He added that he was very pleased with our work. Please add some sugar to the milk. Add the score up. His being absent added to our difficulty. The money he spent one day added up to about $100.
This was a time when the two countries were at war. Para4, L2 at war at at peace at breakfast at rest at table at work at school at the piano at ones best
There is no doubt that the boxes were then put on a train for Konigsberg, at that time a German city on the Baltic Sea. (Para4, L6) There is no doubt = Its clear = Its beyond argument