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Unit4 Sharing Be a volunteer The sign of United Nations Volunteer in China ( )
A Letter Home --By Jo (a volunteer works in Papua New Guinea)
Independent State of Papua New Guinea
( ) 16.
Pre-reading Look at the photos from Jo and answer the questions. My Class 1. What was Jos job in PNG? 2. What kind of students were in her class? Boys, girls, or both? Jo was a teacher in PNG. Boys.
3. What were the classrooms like? Is the classroom well equipped? No. The classrooms are very poor, made from bamboo and grass. Students putting new grass on classroom roof Building a new science lab
View of the village from the ridge 4. What can you say about the village? Is it rich? The village was a place full of natural beauties. There are more trees and bamboos. Its poor. Village hut
Skimming: find out the names 1________ will receive this letter from Jo. 2_____ become a lot more imaginative in teaching. 3 ___________ did visit a village that was the home of one of the boys, Tombe. 4._____ started crying ieee ieee to welcome them. 5 _______ led us to his house, a low bamboo hut. 6 ____ was going to share the platform with Jenny and Jo. Rosemary Jo Jo and Jenny Kiak Mukap Kiak
Reading Scanning and try to divide it into four parts, and summarize what each part is about. Opening of the letter and introduction to what will be talked about in the passage. Part 1(Paragraph 1) :
The school where Jo worked and Jos work at school. Jo and Jenny visited Tombes home in the village. End of the letter. Part 2(Paragraph 2-3): Part 3 (Paragraph 4-7): Part 4 (Paragraph 8):
Read the passage carefully to complete the tables below! Reading carefully
Read the Para 2-3 carefully to complete the tables below Conditions The school described in the letter Students future Electricity and water (Y/N) Textbook (Y/N) Chemistry experiments (Many/few)
Conditions The school described in the letter Classrooms (Equipped or not) Not equipped Table 1 (about the school)
Students future Electricity and water (Y/N) Textbook (Y/N) Chemistry experiments (Many/few) Return to the villages No Few
Read the Para 4-6 carefully to complete the tables below Types of houses Family relationships Cooking methods Sleeping arrangements Diet Possessions Agriculture Beliefs
Types of houses Family relationships Made from bamboo and the roofs from grass Everyone seemed to be a relative of each other Table 2 (about the life in the village)
Cooking methods Heat stones first, and then put them in an empty oil drum with kau kau, corn and greens. Cover them with banana leaves and leave them to steam.
Sleeping arrangements Newly made platform for visitors in the fathers room; the mother usually sleep in her own hut
Diet Possessions Agriculture Kau kau, corn and greens A few tin plates and cups and a couple of pots Digging up peanuts with primitive tools; grow kau kau, corn and greens
Beliefs They believe there are evil spirits that are usually attracted by leftover food
Homework 1. Read the passage again after class and find all the attributive clauses in it. 2. Preparations: Learning about Language on Page 32. Ex1&2