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Unit 2 Online world By Zhang Qi Mar. 2, 2008
Unit 1 Online World Part One Warm-up activity Pros and cons of the Internet Part Two Online life Living a Virtual Life Part Three Online Security Online Identity Theft
Session 1 Warm-up Activities Internet Language 1. Do you know these words? Explain them in English. 歪脖 / 斑斑 坛子 / 博客 / 闪客 / 黑客 灌水 / 潜水 / 冒泡泡 盖楼 / 楼上 / 楼下 顶 / 砸 / 板砖 稀饭 / 粉丝 我晕
Part I Warm-up Activity Internet Language Brb, TTYL, TTYS, TIA, IM(H)O, BTW, FYI, OMG Brb - be right back (e.g. for going to the washroom) TTYL - talk to you later TTYS - talk to you soon TIA - thanks in advance IM(H)O - in my (honest) opinion Btw - by the way FYI - for your information OMG - Oh my God!
1. Warm-up Activities A. Questions What can people do online? How long do you surf on the Internet everyday? What do you usually do online? How does the online world influence your life?
Oral work What do you usually do online? Make friends / watch movies / enjoy music/ talk with friends /search for information /learning /plagiarism /gossip / quarrel/ sell products/buy commodities/ advertise /do business/ write diary/ play games/ seek help spiritual, financial, medical, professional … /look for jobs ( be found of gossip 喜欢说人闲话 )
B. Cartoons Enjoy the cartoons and tell what’s funny in them. Discuss in groups: what’s wrong with the e-life in the e-age?
II. Listen and Speak Section 1. Online Wonderland Dialogue 3 Please refer to page 21 How to express opinions on the Internet Exercises
Useful expressions Be crazy about With access to 有权使用 Be informed of 通知, 告诉 Porno: (=pornographer, =pornography) 色情书刊 (=porn) 色 情的 Do harm to Be vulnerable to: 易受攻击的 Be hooked on Everything has its merits and demerits, Go to extremes
Please refer to page 20 Dialogue 1 形容数量 : a great deal of, numerous, millions of Pop out: appear suddenly Subscribe to: 订购（报纸、杂志等） IMing: IM: instant massage (e.g. QQ, MSN) Dialogue 2 Hype: 瘾君子 Defensive: 防御性的 Secretive: 遮遮掩掩的 Snap: （不耐烦或愤怒时）快速地说 Devastating: 破坏性的, 全然的
生之爱 _swf.swf 生之爱 _swf.swf
Section 2: Living a Virtual Life What will your life be without QQ? What role does QQ play in your life? Do you know about “Second Life”? Share your opinions Read Page 22-24
Vocabulary Roll of the tongue: "doesn't roll off the tongue" means something is not easy to pronounce. Another expression is " it is a bit of a tongue twister" An example of this we all learn as children is " She sells sea shells on the sea shore" Try to say it and you will see it " doesn't roll off the tongue easily" - it makes you mess up your speech and make mistakes, unless you are very careful. Emphatic: 强调的，着重的 Clarify: 澄清, 阐明 Every once in a while: 偶尔 Far out: 最新的, 激进的 Deck: A platform extending horizontally from one side of a ship to the other. 甲板，舱面从船的一侧向另一侧水平延伸的平台 pirate ship: 海盗船 loft: 阁楼 cyberspace: 电脑空间 draw: 吸引 go for: 努力获取
Exercises on page 23-24
P. 24 Group discussion for preparing a speech Topic A: Should we fight hard to resist virtual reality? Topic B: Should we keep online language away from real-life usage?
How to make a speech 1 Prepare: Research the subject, taking brief notes Outline your speech, including only the most important points. Put them into a logical sequence.
2 Practice Rehearse your speech until you have it well in mind. You can use a tape recorder so that you can hear yourself. Write in your notes the time allotted to major points. This will help you stay within the time limits.. Try to be ready for extemporaneous ( 即席的, 不用讲稿的 ) speaking, with an occasional look at your outline. Do not memorize or read it word for word.
3 Personalize Make each person feel that you are talking to him or her. Look at the audience as individuals, not as a group. If you are nervous, find a friendly face in the audience, and direct your remarks to that person for the first few minutes. Watch the group’s reaction as you go. Stay close to their interests. Use thought-provoking questions. This will help stimulate everyone’s thinking. It also will help you get feedback from participants, which will tell you whether they understand what you are saying.
4 Illustrate Use a chalkboard or flip chart to list your main points, or draw diagrams or sketches while you talk. These will help make your speech more interesting. Balance what you say with what you show. Don’t let the visual aid be so elaborate that it is distracting.
5 Summarize Restate the main idea or problem, its importance, and the major points you have made. Give your listeners a chance to ask questions either during or after the speech.
Speech Time Time limit: 3 minutes (you will be stopped when time is out) Topic A: Should we fight hard to resist virtual reality? Topic B: Should we keep online language away from real-life usage?
Section 3. Online Security 1.Pre-listening Activity 1) What kind of chatting software do you know and have used? 2) Do you think there will be some trap in using the software?
Tune: 曲调, 调子 A matter of days: 几天 (a matter of 数量的问 题 a matter of ten minutes 10 分钟 ) Put blame on
2. Post-listening questions (refer to speaking activity on page 21-Situation 1) 1)What kind of people do you meet online? 2) How is the relationship going? What is the result like? 3)Are there any exciting stories or dangerous traps? What impresses you the most? 4) What do you think of the online love scam?