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1 1 Module 7 : E-classroom NSEFC

2 2 Unit 3 Under the sea : E-classroom NSEFC

3 3 English Song English Class Language Data Bank

4 4 Period 1&2Warming up and Reading I Period 3Learning about language Period 4Reading II Period 5Listening and Speaking Period 6Writing

5 5 Unit 3 Under the sea Period 1&2: 9-25

6 6 Ask the students to answer the following questions: 1. Have you seen plants and animals that live under the sea? 2. Where did you see them? 3. Do you have any favorite sea plants or animals? What are they? (Students can leave their desks and interview some other students, then ask some volunteers to tell the result of their interview.) Warming up – I ( 5ms )

7 7 After the interview, show the video of Finding Nemo( Warming up – II ( 3ms )

8 8 1. Students look at the picture in Pre-reading, then guess what is happening in the picture. 2. Students read the passage in Pre-reading, then show them the video about the killer whale( 1. Pre-reading ( 3ms )

9 9 Reading – I Scanning ( 4ms ) Read the text fast, and fill in the following blanks with the proper names: 1._________ was 16 years of age when he went to work at the whaling station. 2. _______ ordered Clancy to go to the boat as there was a whale out there in the bay. 3. _______ was swimming by the boat, showing the whalers the way. Clancy Old Tom George

10 10 4. _______ told Clancy that they would return the next day to bring in the body of the whale. 5. _______ was carried by the waves further and further away from the whalers. 6. _______ knew that Old Tom would protect James. James Red Jack

11 11 Reading – II Skimming ( 6ms ) Read the text again, then put the following sentences in the right order:

12 12 a. George started beating the water with his oar. b. Clancy grabbed his boots and raced after George to the boat. c. Clancy arrived at the whaling station. d. The killers started racing between our boat and the whale. e. Clancy heard a huge noise coming from the bay. f. Clancy was sorting out his accommodation. g. Clancy ran down to the shore. h. The man in the bow of the boat aimed the harpoon at the whale

13 13 Reading – III Detail reading ( 10ms ) Read the text carefully, and answer the following questions. (discuss in pairs) 1. What evidence was there that Old Tom was helping out the whalers? 2. Why did George think that the killer whales worked as a team?

14 14 3. Why do you think the whalers allowed the killer whales to drag the whale under the water to feed on its lips and tongue? 4. Why did the whalers return hoe without the whales body? 5. How did Old Tom help James? Why do you think he did this?

15 15 Check the answers: 1. What evidence was there that Old Tom was helping out the whalers? 2. Why did George think that the killer whales worked as a team? Old Tom let the whalers know that there was a baleen whale nearby; he showed them the way to whale. Because he could see that some of the killers were throwing themselves on top of the whales blow hole while others were preventing it from swimming out to sea.

16 16 3. Why do you think the whalers allowed the killer whales to drag the whale under the water to feed on its lips and tongue? 4. Why did the whalers return hoe without the whales body? 5. How did Old Tom help James? Why do you think he did this? Because they knew the Killer Whalers would leave the rest of the body to them. Because the body would not float to the surface until about 24 hours later. He prevented James from drowning.Old Tom wanted to help his human friends.

17 17 Practice – discussion ( 8ms ) Discuss if the following opinions are right or wrong in groups. The leader of each group should write down every members opinion, then the volunteers will show your group work to the whole class:

18 18 Opinions: 1.Killer whales are mans friends. 2.There is no danger in the sea because killer whales can protect human beings. 3.Therere lots of sea animals and plants in the seas and oceans, so man can kill or use as many sea creatures as we want. 4.Sea animals should be kept in zoos, so that theyll have more food to eat and become more healthy.

19 19 Assignment Surf the Internet to find more information about under the sea and you are expected to present it to your classmates in the next class.

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21 21

22 22 Unit 3 Under the sea Period 3: 26-53

23 23 Checking answer – I (2ms) Answer keys for Ex.1 on Page 21-22: 1.accommodation 2. shore 3. pack 4. snorkelling 5. depths 6. in the meantime

24 24 Checking answer – II (3ms) Answer keys for Ex.2 on Page 22: 1.annual 2. witnessed 3. helped out 4. ahead of 5. flee 6. relationship 7. dragged 8. abandon 9. yell

25 25 Checking answer – III ( 4ms ) Answer keys for Ex.1 of revising useful structures on Page 22: 1.being attacked 2. Being held up 3. Being included 4. Having been accepted 5. being told 6. Being helped out 7. being taken 8. being photographed 9. being swallowed 10. being thrown about

26 26 Checking answer – IV (10ms) Answer keys for Ex.3 on Page 63(Workbook): 1.She was standing right next to me before I became aware of her presence. 2. Whenever Kelly reads a book, she likes to reflect on its meaning for a while. 3. There was nothing I didnt like about the performance. It was pure enjoyment.

27 27 Checking answer – IV (10ms) Answer keys for Ex.3 on Page 63 (Workbook:translation ): 4. You paint that wall and, in the meantime, Ill prepare this one for you to paint next. 5. My daughter loves to hang upside down on the playground equipment. 6. The strange noises in the night scared me to death.

28 28 Useful structure ( 20ms )

29 being + having been + a) Everybody likes _______________. b) I remember __________________ the story. 2) need/want/require be worth( a) The matter requires ____________. = The matter requires to be looked into. being praised having been told looking into

30 30 b) The book _________________. = The book is worthy of being read. 2 1) being + having + been + a) ____________to answer the question, she felt a little nervous. is worth reading Being asked

31 31 b) ________________ such a good chance, how could you not value it at all? 2being + done to be done a) The house ___________ will be our library upon its completion. Having been given being built

32 32 b) The textbooks _______ are all up-to-date. c) Are you going to attend the meeting ____________ next month? used to be held

33 33 Finish the following exercises: 1. He has always insisted on his ___ Dr Turner instead of Mr Turner. A. been called B. called C. having called D. being called

34 34 2. The squirrel was lucky that it just missed ___. A. catching B. to be caught C. being caught D. to catch

35 35 3. While shopping, people sometimes cant help ___ into buying something they dont really need. A. to persuade B. persuading C. being persuaded D. be persuaded

36 36 4. ______ the meeting himself gave them a great deal of encouragement. A. The president will attend B. The president to attend C. The president attended D. The presidents attending

37 37 5. Do you mind ___ alone at home? A. Jane leaving B. Jane having left C. Janes being left D. Jane to be left

38 What made Bill so angry? --- ___. His girl friend promised to come at 8:30, but she hasnt come yet. A. Having kept waiting B. Being kept waiting C. To be kept waiting D. Being kept waited

39 39 7. _________ the whole story, Jane decided not to see the film. A. Having been told B. Having told C. Been told D. Telling

40 40 8. The building ___ in our school is for us teachers. Though theres noise most of the day, we still feel happy about it. A. built B. having been built C. to be built D. being built

41 41 9. While shopping, people sometimes cant help ___ into buying something they dont really need. A. to persuaded B. persuading C. being persuaded D. be persuaded

42 ___ many times, the boy still didnt know how to do the exercises. A. Having taught B. Having been taught C. taught D. Teaching

43 43 1. He looked around and caught a man ___ his hand into the pocket of a passenger. ( 2004 ) A. put B. to be putting C. to put D. putting D putting catch sb.doing

44 44 2. Victor apologized for ____ to inform me of the change in the plan. ( 2004 ) A. his being not able B. him not to be able C. his not being able D. him to be not able C. for not his

45 45 3. The discovery of new evidence led to ____. ( 2003 ) A.the thief having caught B. catch the thief C. the thief being caught D. the thief to be caught C Lead to to,, being caught;, the thief the thiefs..

46 46 4. ____ to sunlight for too much time will do harm to ones skin. ( 2002 ) A.Exposed B. Having exposed C. Being exposed D. After being exposed C will do expose ones skin being exposed

47 47 5. ____ such heavy pollution already, it may now be too late to clean up the river. ( 2001 ) A.Having suffered B. Suffering C. To suffer D. Suffered A

48 48 Assignment 1. Summarize the rules of the Passive Voice. 2. Finish the exercises of Discovering useful structures on Page 22 and Page

49 49

50 50 Unit 3 Under the sea Period 4: 54-66

51 51 Warming up ( 2ms ) Discuss the following questions: 1. If you have the chance to go on a snorkeling trip, how will you feel? 2. Can you guess what things you can see and what will happen to you under the sea? (Students give their own answers.)

52 52 On a snorkeling trip

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54 54 Reading -- I Scanning ( 5ms ) Read the text and try to number the paragraph topics in the correct order. ( Students can discuss in pairs. ) TopicParagraph number colors and shapes dangers reflecting the reefs edge a final thought some sea creatures

55 55 Reading -- II Filling the chart ( 10ms ) Read the passage again and list the delights and dangers when snorkeling. delightsdangers 1.seeing such _______ _____ under the waves 1. ____________ 2. seeing ___________ ___________ 2. _____________ in small caves 3. exploring ________ under the sea 3. _____________ by sharks extraordinary getting lost beauty so many different kinds of fish small caves poisonous fish being attracked

56 56 Reading -- III thinking ( 8ms ) Read the passage again and complete these noun groups from the diary entry: 1. _________ air 2. _____________________ anenomefish 3. _____________ lips 4. ___________ reef sharks 5. ___________ teeth little orange and write thick green two grey strong sharp warm night

57 57 6. _____________________ angelfish 7. ____________ water 8. ________________ mouth 9. _________________ sea-slug 10. __________________ turtle an orange bleu-striped deep clear hard bird-like a yellow-spotted a large wise-looking

58 58 1.He got in at the _______ ( ) end of the swimming pool. 2.There is a d________ to the problem that we havent discussed. 3. She went to the post office to draw her _______ ( ). 1.He got in at the _______ ( ) end of the swimming pool. 2.There is a d________ to the problem that we havent discussed. 3. She went to the post office to draw her _______ ( ). pension shallow Finish the following exercises: imension

59 59 4. The incident left a v______ impression on me. 5. The air by the sea is p___ and healthy. 6. The literature of a period r_______ its value and tastes. 4. The incident left a v______ impression on me. 5. The air by the sea is p___ and healthy. 6. The literature of a period r_______ its value and tastes. ivid ure eflects

60 60 7. The decision was taken for n______ economic reasons, without considering its social effects. 8. This kind of seafood is p________ if taken in large quantities. arrow oisonous

61 61 Assignment 1. Finish the exercises on workbook. 2. Prepare for the next class.

62 62

63 63 Unit 3 Under the sea Period 5: 67-76

64 64 1. Read the advertisement and discuss the questions in Ex1 on Page25: 2. Ask some pairs to show their opinions about the questions. Reading and discussion ( 6ms )

65 65 Listening – I ( 10ms ) Ex. 2 on Page Listen to the passage for the first time, then make sure the aspects are good or bad. Keys: Good aspects: Bad aspects: Listen to tape for the second time and number the aspects in the order you hear. Keys:

66 66 Listening – II ( 13ms ) Listening part on Page 62. 1)Before listening, look at the photos and answer the questions: 2)Listen to the tape for the first time and finish Ex2 on Page 62. Keys:

67 67 Listen to the tape for the second time, then finish the following chart: News report Age and sex of person attacked Time of attack Activity of person at the time Man Girl,13 Man, 30 Man,49 Man,23 Sunset Not stated In the morning 6:30am Not stated Standing in about 50cm of water Surfing Snorkeling Swimming with friends Diving for shellfish

68 68 Speaking ( 10ms ) Make a complain: 1. With your partner, make up dialogues for the following situations. Use expressions like the ones on the next page. 2. Ask some volunteers to show their opinions.

69 69 Im sorry but… Im afraid…. Thats not good enough. Id like a refund, please. Id like a full refund. Thats no good for me. Id like to talk to the manager. Im not feeling (happy about/satisfied with…etc) Im not feeling (unhappy about /unsatisfied with / annoyed with…etc) Useful expressions:

70 70 1. You missed your flight because you think that it was not announced over the loudspeaker. 2. The fish you ordered tastes terrible. Complain to the manager of the restaurant. 3. The trousers the tailor had made for you are too short. Complain to the tailor. Situations:

71 71 Assignment 1. Finish the listening task on English Weekly. 2. Make a conclusion of the listening and speaking skills learned in this class.

72 72

73 73 Unit 3 Under the sea Period 6: 77-85

74 74 Making clear the writing task ( 3ms )

75 : ---- classical ---- folk ---- musical instruments Dear students, … Come to the great fun! Students Union

76 76 Writing – I Discussion ( 5ms ) Discuss in groups and write down the information you get. After the discussion, the students write a notice according to the writing task. ( There are at least 100 words. ) Writing – II ( 20ms )

77 77 Writing – III ( 12ms ) Checking the articles. 1. Ask the students to check the articles for their partners. 2. Show some articles on the screen, other students should give some advice.

78 78 One possible version: Dear students, The Students Union has decided to organize a music week. It will be held in the first week of May. The activities include singing pop songs and playing classical and folk music. Bring your own musical instruments, please. A music contest will be included, too.

79 79 The students taking part in the contest will listen to part of a song or a piece of music, and then guess where it comes from. If youd like to take part in the music week, please come and sign up for it before April 20 th. The place for the activities will be announced later. Come to the great fun! Students Union

80 80 Assignment 1.Try to correct the composition. 2.Finish the exercises of unit 3 on English Weekly.

81 81

82 82 Language points for Reading I Video data

83 83 1. I thought, at the time, that this was just a story but then I witnessed it with my own eyes many times. 1)at the time story that this was just a story thought 2) witness : Did you ________ the accident? a) witnesswitness to sth/doing sth witness

84 84. He ___________ to having seen the man enter the building. b witness She was called as a _______ _______. defensewitness witnessed

85 85 2. I was sorting out my accommodation. 1) rooms, esp, for living in 2) lodgings, rooms and food accommodate v. accommodating adj. accommodator n.

86 86 3. I looked down into the water and could see Old Tom swimming by the boat, showing us the way. swimming by the boat

87 87 4. A few minutes later, there was no Tom, so George started beating the water with his oar and there was Tom, circling back to the boat, leading us to the hunt again. circling back to the boat; leading us to the hunt again

88 88 5. He let it go and the harpoon hit the spot. Being badly wounded, the whale soon died. wound, injury, hurt, harm damage wound ; injury hurt harm damage

89 89 Use the above words to fill the following blanks: 1. His brother was __________ in that battle. 2.He got serious _________ to the legs at work. 3. He got his finger __________. 4. The _______ to his feelings is more serious than the hurt in his body. 5. Smoking a lot of cigarettes can _______ and even kill over a long period of time. 6. The bus was badly _________ when it hit the wall. This storm did great ______________ to the crops. injuries injured hurt harm damaged harm/damage wounded

90 90 damage The bus was badly damaged when it hit the wall. This storm did great harm / damage to the crops.

91 91 6. In the meantime, Old Tom, and the others are having a good feed on its lips and tongue. In the meantime The meeting will begin in an hour; in the meantime, lets have a coffee.

92 92 7.From Jamess face, I could see he was terrified of being abandoned by us. abandon 1 / abandon ones country/friend 2 abandon ones family 3 abandon a bad habit 4) / / / Abandon ones post/hope/plan/idea

93 93 Finish the following exercises: I.Use the proper forms of the following words to fill in the blanks: witness yell flee drag abandon reflect 1.Did anyone ________ the car accident yesterday? 2.The clouds _____________ in the lake. Didnt you see them? 3.Dont _______ at me like that. 4.The sailors had to _______ the sinking ship. witness abandon were reflected yell

94 94 5. They all _______ from the burning building last night. 6. He ________ his suitcase along the platform. They were too heavy to carry. II. Use the proper forms of the following phrases to fill in the blanks: ahead of in the meantime help out be aware of upside down scare to death sort out a pack of fled dragged

95 95 1.There was a roadblock straight ________ us. 2.Women are often more __________ their feelings than men. 3.Ill phone for a taxi. ______________, you must get packed. 4.They were _______________ by the terrible snow. 5.The cooks ill, so I _____________ this week. ahead of aware of In the meantime scared to death am helping out

96 96 6. They met __________ wolves in th forest. 7. Weve got a few little problems to ___________. 8. Everything is ____________ in this house. a pack of sort out upside down

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