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4 Teaching Activities 1st period 1. Warm-upWarm-up 2. The Vocabulary, and Idioms & Phrases within Paragraphs 1-3The Vocabulary, and Idioms & Phrases within Paragraphs Reading – Paragraphs 1-3Reading – Paragraphs 1-3 2nd period 1. The Vocabulary, and Idioms & Phrases within Paragraphs 4-9The Vocabulary, and Idioms & Phrases within Paragraphs Reading – Paragraphs 4-9Reading – Paragraphs 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 9Unit 9

5 Warm-up Vocabulary Idioms & Phrases Reading~ Paragraphs 1-3

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7 1 1. wake/from/deep/sleep The little mouse wakes from a deep sleep.

8 2 2.by/grasp/string /and/throw/ whole/weight/on; be able to/turn on/light/in /bathroom By grasping the string and throwing his whole weight on it, the little mouse is able to turn on the light in the bathroom.

9 3 3. to/get/washbowl;climb/tiny /rope ladder To get to the washbowl, the little mouse climbs a tiny rope ladder.

10 4. turn...on/tap/with/hammer The little mouse turns the tap on with a hammer. 4

11 5. brush/tooth The little mouse brushes his teeth. 5

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13 Listen to paragraphs 1-3. Skip

14 Now, answer the following questions.

15 Indicate T (True) or F (False) for the following statements. T F □ □ 1. Stuart always gets up early, even in wintertime. □ □ 2. Stuart has a small special washbowl only one inch high and with a little rubber tube through which water can flow.

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17 Stuart was an early riser: he was almost always the first person up in the morning. an early riser = an early bird 早起的人 ( a night owl 「夜貓子」 ) Stuart was an early riser. → Stuart was a person who got up early.... 相關用語與諺語: keep early hours 早睡早起 The early bird catches/gets the worm. Early to bed, early to rise makes a man healthy, wealthy and wise. up:get up Isn’t Father up yet?

18 He liked the feeling of being the first one stirring; he enjoyed the quiet rooms with the books standing still on the shelves, the pale light coming in through the windows, and the fresh smell of day. with + O + OC(V-ing) 用來描述情景, 後面 兩片語省略了 with.

19 In wintertime it would be quite dark when he climbed from his bed made out of a cigarette box, and he sometimes shivered with cold as he stood in his nightgown doing his exercises.

20 After exercising, Stuart would slip on his handsome wool wrapper, tie the cord tightly around his waist, and start for the bathroom, creeping silently through the long dark hall and along by the head of the stairs till he reached the bathroom. 現在分詞表與主要子句動詞 start for 同時 發生的附帶動作. along : forward 的意思 move along by 經過,沿著 travel by (way of) Hong Kong head 上端,前端 the head of the page the head of the parade

21 Of course, the bathroom would be dark, too, but Stuart’s father had thoughtfully tied a long string to the pull-chain of the light. Of course, the bathroom would be dark, too, but Stuart’s father had thoughtfully tied a long string to the pull-chain of the light. →Naturally, (just like the long hall,) the bathroom would be dark as well. However, it was thoughtful of Stuart’s father to tie a long string to the light pull-chain (for him).

22 The string reached clear to the floor. By grasping it as high up as he could and throwing his whole weight on it, Stuart was able to turn on the light. clear:completely 一直地;完全地 The ship sank clear to the bottom of the sea. high 和 up 都是副詞,前者表「高度」,後 者表「向上的方向」,兩者常連用。 The bird is flying high up in the sky. Next

23 The string reached clear to the floor. By grasping it as high up as he could and throwing his whole weight on it, Stuart was able to turn on the light....throwing his whole weight on it.... →...putting/placing all his weight on the string....

24 To get to the washbowl, Stuart had to climb a tiny rope ladder which his father had fixed for him. climb (up) a ladder = ascend/mount a ladder 上樓梯 相反詞: climb down/descend a ladder 下樓梯 過去完成式 had fixed 表示此動作比 had to climb 發生得更早。

25 George had promised to build Stuart a small special washbowl only one inch high and with a little rubber tube through which water would flow; but George was always saying that he was going to build something and then forgetting about it. always, constantly 或 continually, forever 與 現在或過去進行式連用時,表示「一個慣 常反覆發生的動作」.

26 Stuart just went ahead and climbed the rope ladder to the family washbowl every morning.

27 Mrs. Little had provided him with a doll’s size toothbrush, a doll’s size cake of soap, a doll’s size washcloth, and a doll’s comb — which he used for combing his whiskers. a doll’s size toothbrush a doll size(d) toothbrush a doll-size(d) toothbrush bite-sized pieces pocket-sized televisions life-size(d) statues king-size(d) beds queen-size beds Next

28 Mrs. Little had provided him with a doll’s size toothbrush, a doll’s size cake of soap, a doll’s size washcloth, and a doll’s comb — which he used for combing his whiskers. Mrs. Little had provided him with a doll’s size toothbrush, a doll’s size cake of soap, a doll’s size washcloth, and a doll’s comb which he used for combing his whiskers. → Mrs. Little had offered/gave him a doll size toothbrush, a doll size cake of soap, a doll size washcloth, and a doll size comb with which he combed his whiskers.

29 He carried these things in his bathrobe pocket, and when he reached the top of the ladder he took them out, laid them neatly in a row, and set about the task of turning the water on. For such a small fellow, turning the water on was quite a problem. For such a small fellow, turning the water on was quite a problem. → It was quite a problem for such a small fellow to turn the water on.

30 He had discussed it with his father one day after making several unsuccessful attempts. make an unsuccessful attempt (to + V) = fail in one’s attempt (at + V-ing)...after making several unsuccessful attempts. →...after he failed in his several attempts at turning the water on. Back


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