Unit 6 Looking for Love Teaching Activities Index
Teaching Activities 1st period 1. Warm-upWarm-up 2. The Vocabulary, and Idioms & Phrases within Paragraphs 1-5The Vocabulary, and Idioms & Phrases within Paragraphs 1-5 3. Reading - Paragraphs 1-5Reading - Paragraphs 1-5 2nd period 1. The Vocabulary, and Idioms & Phrases within Paragraphs 6-10The Vocabulary, and Idioms & Phrases within Paragraphs 6-10 2. Reading - Paragraphs 6-10Reading - Paragraphs 6-10 3. Post-readingPost-reading 3rd period 1. Word FileWord File 2. Sentence PatternsSentence Patterns 3. ExpansionExpansion 4. Writing PracticeWriting Practice 4th period Part II Oral & Listening - Unit 5
Were those guys Feynman had gotten in with when he was thirteen the same age as he was? No, they were a little older than he was.
Was Feynman interested in asking Barbara out on a date? Yes, he was interested in asking Barbara out on a date.
What advice did his mother give him on what he should do when dating? His mother gave him all kinds of advice on the date. For example, if they took the bus, he was supposed to get off the bus first, and offer Barbara his hand. Or if they had to walk on the street, he was supposed to walk on the outside. She even told him what kinds of things to say.
When I was a young fellow about thirteen, I had somehow gotten in with a group of guys who were a little older than I was, and more sophisticated. 關係代名詞 who 引導形容詞子句，修飾 a group of guys 。 sophisticated: experienced 本句的主要子句以過去完成式 had gotten 表 示「回想過去所發生的事」。
They knew a lot of different girls, and would go out with them— often to the beach. a lot of different girls = many different girls would 表示當時的意願
One time when we were at the beach, most of the guys had gone out on some jetty with the girls. one time = once 有一次 some = a certain 某一 There must be some reason for the accident. 本句時態表示時間的副詞子句用過去式 (were) ，而表示動作較早發生用過去完成式 (had gone out) 。
I was interested in a particular girl a little bit, and sort of thought out loud: “Gee, I think I’d like to take Barbara to the movies....” sb + be interested in + sb/sth 對 … 有興趣 I am interested in English. a little bit: somewhat (adv.) Your idea seems a little bit stupid. sort of: rather, somewhat, kind of (adv.) I sort of like country music. think out loud = think aloud
That was all I had to say, and the guy next to me got all excited. 此處的 had to say ， 並非表示「必須說」， 而是 had (something) to say 。 the guy next to me = the guy who was next to me got: became Mother got angry when she saw the room in a mess. all excited 中的 all 在形容詞前表示強調。
He ran out onto the rocks and found her. onto 指「由下方跳上去」。 The cat ran onto the table.
He pushed her back, all the while saying in a loud voice, “Feynman has something he wants to say to you, Barbara!” all the while (conj.) 用來指「一件事情發生在另一件事情自始至終 的時間內」 She went to college at her small town, and lived at home all the while. in a loud voice = loudly ( ←→ in a low voice)
Feynman, Richard Phillips (1918-1988) American physicist and Nobel laureate
1942 Feynman worked on the early stages of the Manhattan Project, the U.S. atomic bomb development program. 1965 Feynman shared the Nobel Prize in physics with two other physicists. 1986 Feynman played a prominent role on the presidential commission that investigated the explosion of the space shuttle Challenger. Feyman’s Achievements
It was most embarrassing. most 一般用於最高級的形容詞或副詞之前。 Which question do you think is the most difficult? most: very 非常 用在敘述形容詞或副詞之前。 Mother drives most carefully of all my family.
Pretty soon the guys were all standing around me, saying, “Well, say it, Feynman!” pretty soon = very soon = before long pretty (adv.) 的意思近似 fairly 。 I’ll be back pretty soon. The economy has recovered pretty well.
So I invited her to the movies. It was my first date.
I went home and told my mother about it. She gave me all kinds of advice on how to do this and that. all kinds of = various on: 論 …, 以 … 為主題 Wh-word + to V = N 例： what to buy 、 when to leave 、 where to reach 、 how to treat the next generation of women well
For example, if we took the bus, I was supposed to get off the bus first, and offer Barbara my hand. take a bus/a train/a taxi/a plane get off the bus ( ←→ get on the bus) offer Barbara my hand = offer my hand to Barbara
Or if we had to walk on the street, I was supposed to walk on the outside. She even told me what kinds of things to say. be supposed to = should
She was handing down a cultural tradition to me: the women teach their sons how to treat the next generation of women well. This ring was handed down from my aunt. ( 留傳 ) Please hand in your reports at the end of the lesson. ( 交功課 ) Please read this notice and hand it on. ( 把.. 傳下 去 ) The thief was handed over to the police. ( 移交 ) treat...well 好好對待 ‧ Treat your dogs well. Back