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3 Semester Plan I.Course book section Read the text (also aloud) Understand the text from three levels 1 Words and expressions (vocabulary) 2 Underline representative sentences (grammatically important; of special feature in language expression; topic sentences …) 3 Background information Exercises from Language focus

4 II.Oral class section (the first ten weeks) extensive oral practice on chosen topics

5 What is prejudice, anyway? An unfair & often unfavorable feeling or opinion formed without thinking deeply & clearly or without enough knowledge Prejudice vs. Discrimination

6 Men and Women ’ s Prejudice

7 father mother

8 Father vs. Mother When you are a little boy/girl, some people always ask you whom you love best—your father or your mother.

9 husband wife

10 Eve to Adam Women are attached to men. Men should be the bread winners. Women are behind their husbands.

11 Zhang Yin The richest woman in China Zhang Yin The richest woman in China Marie Curie Famous scientist Marie Curie Famous scientist Yang Lan The president of Sunshine Media Investment Ltd. Co. Yang Lan The president of Sunshine Media Investment Ltd. Co. Elliot Glausiusz Strategy Hillary Rodham Clinton Former First lady of America Hillary Rodham Clinton Former First lady of America Success Belongs to Them

12 Yang Lan was born in Beijing in1968 Yang Lan She got bachelor’s degree in Beijing Foreign Language University and master’s degree in Colombia University She gains high reputation and successful career in China as well as the whole world.

13 Hillary graduated from Yale University majored in Law. Hillary She is intellectual and active in American politics.

14 Marie Curie and her husband Pierre Curie found radioelement Po and Ra , and shared the Nobel Prize with France Physics (Henry Becquerel) in Marie Curie Later, she also got Nobel Prize in 1911 because of the separation of the pure golden Ra.

15 Zhang Yin Zhang Yin is the richest women in China. She possesses 27 billion RMB in her forties. She is an influential figure in finance and charities.

16 men women

17 Lead In Lead In

18 Let ’ s listen. Listen to the following passage, and identify which jobs are mentioned in it.

19 First time Second Time Second Time

20 In groups, discuss the questions below.  What is the job situation like in China? Is it the same or different to the situation mentioned in the passage?  Is there any type of job that people often joke about in China?  What prejudice do people have about certain types of job?  Which jobs are mentioned?  What are the stereotyped views of them?

21 In Britain, people tend to make jokes about some jobs or professions, or to ______(S1) stereotyped views of them. For example, sailors are_______(S2) to have a “ wife ” in every port, university professors are often seen as_________ (S3) or forgetful. There are a lot of dirty jokes about sales representatives, and they are generally regarded as not particularly __________(S4). Other jobs may be well-paid or very _________(S5), but the general public thinks they are funny or rather _________(S6). For instance, in most other European countries _______________________________ _______________________ (S7).Funnily enough, in Britain engineers are thought of as gloomy rather than cheerful _________________________________________(S8). Second time Third Time Third Time

22 In Britain, people tend to make jokes about some jobs or professions, or to ______(S1) stereotyped views of them. For example, sailors are_______(S2) to have a “ wife ” in every port, university professors are often seen as_________ (S3) or forgetful. There are a lot of dirty jokes about sales representatives, and they are generally regarded as not particularly __________(S4). Other jobs may be well-paid or very _________(S5), but the general public thinks they are funny or rather _________(S6). For instance, in most other European countries _______________________________ _______________________ (S7).Funnily enough, in Britain engineers are thought of as gloomy rather than cheerful _________________________________________(S8). Third time Check up Check up

23 In Britain, people tend to make jokes about some jobs or professions, or to ______(S1) stereotyped views of them. For example, sailors are_________(S2) to have a “ wife ” in every port, university professors are often seen as____________ (S3) or forgetful. There are a lot of dirty jokes about sales representatives, and they are generally regarded as not particularly __________(S4). Other jobs may be well-paid or very _________(S5), but the general public thinks they are funny or rather ______(S6). For instance, in most other European countries __________________________________ (S7). Funnily enough, in Britain engineers are thought of as gloomy rather than cheerful _________________ _____________________________________________(S8). hold supposed absent-minded dependable responsible boring to be an engineer is to be somebody as result of people’s ignorance of the importance of engineers in the society

24 Passage A Passage A The Unsung Heroes: What About Working Dads?

25 Unsung heroes? Who? Sing high praise for…

26 1.Do you think fathers are as important to children as mothers are? 2.What’s the image of a “good family man”? 3. A working father as a family bread winner is often too busy to take care of his family. Now people have a negative image of the working father. What do you think of the “working father”? Warm up

27 Para 1 Para 1 What I got from Toy Story Para 2 Para 2 “unnecessary father concept” Para 3 Para 3 Present media coverage Para 4 Para 4 exception for at-home dads Para 5 Para 5 the media stereotype for dads Para 6 Para 6 an insulting media trend Para 7 Para 7 traditional fatherhood Para 8 Para 8 devalued fatherhood Para 9 Para 9 recognition of unsung heroes Text awareness

28 The Unsung Heroes: What About Working Dads? (1) On our first “date” after our twin daughters were born, my husband and I went to see the movie Toy Story. We enjoyed it, but afterward my husband asked, “Where was the dad?” At first, it seemed petty to criticize an entertaining family movie because of one small point. The more I thought about it, however, the more glaring an omission it seemed. Not only was dad not around, he wasn’t even mentioned — despite the fact that there was a baby in the family, so dad couldn't have been that long gone. It was as if the presence — or absence — of a father is a minor detail, not even requiring an explanation.(1) Toy StorypettyThe more I thought about it, however, the more glaring an omission it seemed. (2) This is only one example of the media trend toward marginalizing fathers, which mirrors enormous social changes in the United States. David Blankenhorn, in his book Fatherless America, refers to this trend as the “unnecessary father” concept.(2) marginalizing fathers refers toas (3) We are bombarded by stories about the struggles of working mothers (as opposed to non-working mothers, I suppose). Meanwhile,(3) bombarded

29 high proportion of media stories about fathers focus on abusive husbands or deadbeat dadshigh proportion of media stories about fathers focus on abusive husbands or deadbeat dads. It seems that the only time fathers merit attention is when they are criticized for not helping enough with the housework (a claim that I find dubious anyway, because the definition of “housework” rarely includes cleaning the gutters, changing the oil in the car or other jobs typically done by men) or when they die. Whenmeritdubiousgutters Mr. Blankenhorn surveyed fathers about the meaning of the term “good family man,” many responded that it was a phrase they only heard at funerals. (4) One exception to the “unnecessary father” syndrome is the glowing media attention that at- home dads have received. I do not mean to imply that at-home dads do not deserve support for making this commitment. I only mean to point out the double standard at work when at-home dads(4) One exception to the “unnecessary father” syndrome is the glowing media attention that at- home dads have received.

30 are applauded while at-home mothers and breadwinner fathers are given little, if any, cultural recognition. (5) The very language we use to discuss men’s roles (i.e., deadbeat dads) shows a lack of appreciation for the majority of men who quietly yet proudly fulfill their family responsibilities. We almost never hear the term “working father,” and it is rare that calls for more workplace flexibility are considered to be for men as much as for women. Our society acts as if family obligations are not as important to fathers as they are to mothers — as if career satisfaction is what a man's life is all about.(5) fulfilland it is rare that calls for more workplace flexibility are considered to be for men as much as for women (6) Even more insulting is the recent media trend of regarding at- home wives as “status symbols” — like an expensive car — flaunted by the supposedly few men who can afford such a luxury. The implication is that men with at-home wives have it easier than those whose wives work outside the home because they have the “luxury” of a full-time housekeeper. In reality, however, the men who are the sole wage earners for their families suffer a lot of stresses. The loss of a job —(6) flauntedsupposedlyhave it easier

31 or even the threat of that happening — is obviously much more difficult when that job is the sole source of income for a family. By the same token, sole wage earners have less flexibility when it comes to leaving unsatisfying careers because of the loss of income such a job change entails. In addition, many husbands work overtime or second jobs to make more needed money for their families. For these men, it is the family that the job supports that makes it all worthwhile. It is the belief that having a mother at home is important to the children, which makes so many men gladly take on the burden of being a sole wage earner.By the same tokenwhen it comes toentailstake on (7) Today, there is widespread agreement among researchers that the absence of fathers from households causes serious problems for children and, consequently, for society at large. Yet, rather than holding up “ordinary” fathers as positive role models for the dads of tomorrow, too often society has thrown up its hands and decided that traditional fatherhood is at best obsolete and at worst dangerously(7) at largeYet, rather than holding up “ordinary” fathers as positive role models for the dads of tomorrow, too often society has thrown up its hands and decided that traditional fatherhood is at best obsolete and at worst dangerously

32 reactionary. This has left many men questioning the value of their role as fathers. (8) As a society, we need to realize that fathers are just as important to children as mothers are —not only for financial support, but for emotional support, education and discipline as(8) well. It is not enough for us merely to recognize that fatherlessness is a problem — to stand beside the grave and mourn the loss of the “good family man” and then try to find someone to replace him (ask anyone who has lost a father to death if that is possible). We must acknowledge how we have devalued fatherhood and work to show men how necessary, how important they are in their children’s lives.devalued

33 (9) Those fathers who strive to be good family men by being there every day to love and support their families — those unsung heroes — need our recognition and our thanks for all they do. Because they deserve it.(9) strive

34 Toy Story is about the secret life of toys when people are not around. When Buzz Lightyear, a space-ranger, takes Woody's place as Andy's favorite toy, Woody doesn't like the situation and gets into a fight with Buzz. Accidentally Buzz falls out the window and Woody is accused by all the other toys of having killed him. He has to go out of the house to look for him so that they can both return to Andy's room. But while on the outside they get into all kinds of trouble while trying to get home.

35 Toy Story came to the theatres in It was the first cooperation between Disney and Pixar. This cooperation would also produce other great feature films like "Finding Nemo", "Monsters Inc." and so on Toy Story received an Academy Award and has some incredible voices by Tom Hanks (Woody) and Tim Allen (Buzz Lightyear).

36 petty — small or trivial; unimportant petty proprietor 小业主 petty official 小官吏 petty minds 小心眼儿 petty cash 零用现钱 (office) vs. trivial

37 The more I thought about it, however, the more glaring an omission it seemed. Paraphrase? Paraphrase The more I thought about the absence of the father in the movie, the more I became aware of the seriousness of the failure to mention the father.

38 The more I thought about it, however, the more glaring an omission it seemed. glaring adj. — dazzling; fierce; that cannot or should not be ignored constant attention from newspapers, television, etc. ( 受公众瞩目的) constant attention from newspapers, television, etc. ( 受公众瞩目的)Example The hearings were conducted in the full glare of publicity. The hearings were conducted in the full glare of publicity. 那审讯是在公众密切关注下进行的。 那审讯是在公众密切关注下进行的。 The glare of publicity

39 The more I thought about it, however, the more glaring an omission it seemed. omission n. — action of omitting or leaving out sb/sth Example The play was shortened by the omission of two scenes. The play was shortened by the omission of two scenes. omit v. — fail or neglect to do sth; leave sth not done Example omit to do / doing a piece of work omit to do / doing a piece of work

40 marginalizing fathers marginalize marginal the marginal strip of beach; a marginal issue that had no bearing on the results marginal notes marginal writing ability

41 refer to…as… v. — call … as…, regard … as Examples Don’t refer to your sister as a silly cow! (= Don’t call your sister silly cow.)Don’t refer to your sister as a silly cow! (= Don’t call your sister silly cow.) The speaker referred to him as anThe speaker referred to him as an up-and-coming young Democrat.

42 bombard bombard v. — worry with questions, requests, complaints, etc. Examples The audience bombarded him with many questions.The audience bombarded him with many questions. I’m not very keen on watching TV, because whenever you turn it on, you are bombarded with a lot of advertisements.I’m not very keen on watching TV, because whenever you turn it on, you are bombarded with a lot of advertisements.

43 Meanwhile, a high proportion of media stories about fathers focus on abusive husbands or deadbeat dads. Paraphrase? Paraphrase At the same time, we are exposed to a lot of stories in media which depict men as husbands who mistreat their wives or as fathers who are good for nothing. proportion —relation of one thing to another in quantity, size, etc. Examples The proportion of men to women in the population has changed in recent years.The proportion of men to women in the population has changed in recent years. His reputation bore no proportion to his merit.His reputation bore no proportion to his merit.

44 Examples Try to draw the figures in the foreground in proportion. Try to draw the figures in the foreground in proportion. Her features are in proportion. in proportion

45 merit a plan without merit based on one ’ s merits merit (v.) a prize

46 dubious a dubious compliment a dubious investment dubious profits

47 gutter gutter n. — (channel at the) side of a road, next to the curb Examples Rubbish was thrown into the gutter. Rubbish was thrown into the gutter. — poor or debased state of life Examples He picked her out of the gutter and made her a great lady. He picked her out of the gutter and made her a great lady. newspapers that print a lot of sensational stories, scandal, etc. 低级趣味的报纸 newspapers that print a lot of sensational stories, scandal, etc. 低级趣味的报纸tabloid the gutter gutter press

48 One exception to the “unnecessary father” syndrome is the glowing media attention that at-home dads have received. Paraphrase? Paraphrase The media have paid special attention to at-home dads, which is an exception to the “unnecessary father” tendency in society. any set of opinions, events, action, etc that are characteristic of a particular condition any set of opinions, events, action, etc that are characteristic of a particular conditionExample Unemployment, inflation, and low wages are all part of the same economic syndrome. Unemployment, inflation, and low wages are all part of the same economic syndrome. syndrome

49 fulfill fulfill v. — perform, carry out, accomplish Examples He had fulfilled many of his youthful ambitions before he was fifty.He had fulfilled many of his youthful ambitions before he was fifty. The administration failed to fulfill its promises to revive the economy of the country.The administration failed to fulfill its promises to revive the economy of the country.

50 and it is rare that calls for more workplace flexibility are considered to be for men as much as for women. Paraphrase? Paraphrase People seldom consider giving as much flexibility about where one can work to men as to women. n. flexibility n. He has enough flexibility to cope with the job.He has enough flexibility to cope with the job. A man devoid of imaginative flexibility could not be a successful actor.A man devoid of imaginative flexibility could not be a successful actor.

51 flaunt flaunt v. — show (sth considered valuable) in order to gain the admiration of other people Examples He’s always flaunting his wealth. He’s always flaunting his wealth.

52 supposedly supposedly ad. — as believed, as it appears Examples Supposedly she is a rich woman, but no one knows for sure.Supposedly she is a rich woman, but no one knows for sure. He went home to his father supposedly to help him.He went home to his father supposedly to help him.

53 have it easier have it good have it hard Life Life

54 by the same token by the same token ad. — in the same way; for the same reason Examples We are grateful to you for giving us shelter for the night. By the same token, we should like to thank your wife for all her kindness.We are grateful to you for giving us shelter for the night. By the same token, we should like to thank your wife for all her kindness. Since she was born in a very rich family she had never seen such poverty before, and by the same token she could not quite believe that the children could not go to school.Since she was born in a very rich family she had never seen such poverty before, and by the same token she could not quite believe that the children could not go to school.

55 … when it comes to … … when it comes to … ad. — when it concerns… Examples When it comes to politics, I’m an absolute outsider.When it comes to politics, I’m an absolute outsider. When it comes to mathematics, I’m completely at sea.When it comes to mathematics, I’m completely at sea.

56 entail entail v. — involve; make necessary Examples This job would entail exceptional competence in computers.This job would entail exceptional competence in computers. The flood relief effort will entail great expense by the local government.The flood relief effort will entail great expense by the local government.

57 take on take on v. — undertake, charge oneself with; assume responsibility for; employ Examples My doctor says I’m too tired and has advised me not to take on any more work. My doctor says I’m too tired and has advised me not to take on any more work. In order to support the family, he has to take on some extra work. In order to support the family, he has to take on some extra work. They took her on as a secretary in the company. They took her on as a secretary in the company.

58 at large at large ad. — in general Examples Did the people at large approve of the government’s decision?Did the people at large approve of the government’s decision? The country at large is hoping for great changes, which probably would not materialize.The country at large is hoping for great changes, which probably would not materialize. at lengthat handat painsat heart

59 Yet, rather than holding up “ ordinary ” fathers as positive role models for the dads of tomorrow, too often society has thrown up its hands and decided that traditional fatherhood is at best obsolete and at worst dangerously reactionary. Paraphrase? Paraphrase Instead of setting “ordinary” fathers as good examples for fathers of the future, society has too often given up its efforts and come to think that traditional fatherhood is at best out of date and at worst against social progress.

60 Yet, rather than holding up “ ordinary ” fathers as positive role models for the dads of tomorrow, too often society has thrown up its hands and decided that traditional fatherhood is at best obsolete and at worst dangerously reactionary. hold up … as hold up … as v. — show or offer…as (an example, a model, etc.) Examples He was held up as an example to every student.He was held up as an example to every student. Grandfather always held up his youngest son as a model of diligence.Grandfather always held up his youngest son as a model of diligence.

61 Yet, rather than holding up “ ordinary ” fathers as positive role models for the dads of tomorrow, too often society has thrown up its hands and decided that traditional fatherhood is at best obsolete and at worst dangerously reactionary. Throw up one ’ s hands Throw up one ’ s hands v. — admit that one cannot succeed; surrender Examples The enemy soldiers threw up their hands in horror when the tanks first appeared in front of their trenches.The enemy soldiers threw up their hands in horror when the tanks first appeared in front of their trenches. It is very courageous of him not to throw up his hands and admit failure when the shop went bankrupt.It is very courageous of him not to throw up his hands and admit failure when the shop went bankrupt.

62 Yet, rather than holding up “ ordinary ” fathers as positive role models for the dads of tomorrow, too often society has thrown up its hands and decided that traditional fatherhood is at best obsolete and at worst dangerously reactionary. at (the) worst at (the) worst ad. — if one thinks of it in the worst way Examples He’s a fool at best, and at (the) worst he’s a criminal.He’s a fool at best, and at (the) worst he’s a criminal. At the worst, they can say they didn’t see what happened.At the worst, they can say they didn’t see what happened.

63 devalue devalue v. — cause or be responsible for a lessening of value or quality Examples Lots of people tried to devalue the great writer’s work, all in vain.Lots of people tried to devalue the great writer’s work, all in vain. We shall have to devalue our currency soon if we don’t want to see a sharp drop in our exports.We shall have to devalue our currency soon if we don’t want to see a sharp drop in our exports.

64 strive strive v. — struggle hard Examples He strove for recognition as an abstract artist.He strove for recognition as an abstract artist. He is persistently and energetically striving to carry out his plans.He is persistently and energetically striving to carry out his plans.

65 Language Focus Vocabulary (Ex. 4)Vocabulary Phrases (Ex. 5)Phrases Read and Translate (Ex. 6)Read and Translate Read and Simulate (Ex. 7)Read and Simulate

66 1. Taxes are an __________ which may fall on everybody.  obligation applaud mirror entail strive consequently supposedly devalue flexibility obligation fulfill 2. We __________ the authority's decision not to close the hospital.  applauded Ex. 4Fill in the blanks with the words or expressions given below. Change the form where necessary.

67 3.The doctor's instructions must be ____________ exactly; the sick man's life depends on it.  fulfilled 4.Do these opinion polls really ________ what people are thinking?  mirror Ex. 4Fill in the blanks with the words or expressions given below. Change the form where necessary. applaud mirror entail strive consequently supposedly devalue flexibility obligation fulfill

68 5.I prefer to think of memorization as a stepping-stone to _____________.  flexibility 6.She tended to ___________ the work done by her staff.  devalue Ex. 4Fill in the blanks with the words or expressions given below. Change the form where necessary. applaud mirror entail strive consequently supposedly devalue flexibility obligation fulfill

69 7.The history of train transport has partly been a history of ____________ for greater efficiency.  striving 8.He took on the new post without having the faintest idea of what it ____________.  entailed Ex. 4Fill in the blanks with the words or expressions given below. Change the form where necessary. applaud mirror entail strive consequently supposedly devalue flexibility obligation fulfill

70 9.He is __________ one of the greatest experts in the field.  supposedly 10. Absolute secrecy is essential. ____________, the fewer who are aware of the plan the better.  Consequently Ex. 4Fill in the blanks with the words or expressions given below. Change the form where necessary. applaud mirror entail strive consequently supposedly devalue flexibility obligation fulfill

71 1. This period is usually ______________ the post-war period.  referred to as 2. It would be a setback _____________ if we were denied use of their software.  at best Ex. 5Complete the following sentences with phases or expressions given below. Change the form where necessary.

72 3. We make people mentally old by retiring them, and we may even __________________ make them physically old.  by the same token 4. I know that the public ________________ aren ’ t interested in this issue.  at large Ex. 5Complete the following sentences with phases or expressions given below. Change the form where necessary.

73 5. My sister was always _______________ to me _____ a model child.  held up…as Ex. 5Complete the following sentences with phases or expressions given below. Change the form where necessary.

74 Ex. 6Translate the following sentences into English. 1. 随着职务的提升,他担负的责任也更大了。 (take on) promotion taken on With his promotion, he has taken on greater responsibilities.

75 Ex. 6Translate the following sentences into English. 2. 他感到他再没有必要对约翰承担这样的责任。( make a commitment ) make such a commitment He felt he did not have to make such a commitment to John any more.

76 Ex. 6Translate the following sentences into English. 3. 闲暇时玛丽喜欢外出购物,与她相反,露茜却喜欢呆在家里 看书。 (as opposed to) as opposed to Mary likes to go shopping in her spare time, as opposed to Lucy, who prefers to stay at home reading.

77 Ex. 6Translate the following sentences into English. 4. 充其量可以说他有抱负,用最糟糕的话来说,他是一个没 有良心 (conscience) 或没有资格的权力追求者。( at best, at worst ) At best at worst At best he’s ambitious, and at worst a power-seeker without conscience or qualifications.

78 Ex. 6Translate the following sentences into English. 5. 我们已尽全力说服他,但是却毫无进展。( strive , make no headway ) Strive to the full Make no headway We have striven to the full to convince him, but we have made no headway.

79 Halle Berry: 2002 Best Actress Acceptance Speech Oh, my God. Oh, my God. I'm sorry. This moment is so much bigger than me. This moment is for Dorothy Dandridge, Lena Horne, Diahann Carroll. It's for the women that stand beside me, Jada Pinkett, Angela Bassett, Vivica Fox. And it's for every nameless, faceless woman of color that now has a chance because this door tonight has been opened. Thank you. I'm so honored. I'm so honored. And I thank the Academy for choosing me to be the vessel for which His blessing might flow. Thank you.

80 I want to thank my manager, Vincent Cirrincione. He's been with me for twelve long years and you fought every fight and you've loved me when I've been up, but more importantly you've loved me when I've been down. You have been a manager, a friend, and the only father I've ever known. Really. And I love you very much.

81 I want to thank my mom who's given me the strength to fight every single day, to be who I want to be and given me the courage to dream that this dream might be happening and possible for me. I love you, Mom, so much. Thank you. My husband, who is just a joy of my life, and India, thank you for giving me peace because only with the peace that you've brought me have I been allowed to go to places that I never even knew I could go. Thank you. I love you and India with all my heart.

82 I want to thank Lions Gate. Thank you. Mike Paseornek, Tom Ortenberg for making sure everybody knew about this little tiny movie. Thank you for believing in me. Our director Marc Forster, you're a genius. You're a genius. This moviemaking experience was magical for me because of you. You believed in me; you trusted me and you gently guided me to very scary places. I thank you. I want to thank Ivana Chubic. I could have never figured out who the heck this lady was without you. I love you. Thank you. I want to thank Lee Daniels, our producer. Thank you for giving me this chance, for believing that I could do it. And now tonight I have this. Thank you.

83 I want to thank my agents -- CAA, Josh Lieberman especially. I have to thank my agents -- Kevin Huvane, thank you. Thank you for never kicking me out and sending me somewhere else. Thank you. I, I, I, who else? I have so many people that I know I need to thank. My lawyers -- Neil Meyer, thank you. Okay, wait a minute. I got to take...seventy-four years here!! Ok. I got to take this time! I got to thank my lawyer, Neil Meyer, for making this deal. Doug Stone. I need to thank lastly and not leastly, I have to thank Spike Lee for putting me in my very first film and believing in me. Oprah Winfrey for being the best role model any girl can have. Joel Silver, thank you. And thank you to Warren Beatty. Thank you so much for being my mentors and believing in me. Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!


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