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2 BTLEW Lesson 11 - The Midnight Visitor Exercises ENTER

3 BTLEWExtension I. Oral Work Oral Work II. Quiz Quiz III. Writing Writing IV. Listening Lab Listening Lab Lesson 11 - The Midnight Visitor

4 BTLEW I. Oral Work List 1. Group DiscussionGroup Discussion 2. Pair DiscussionPair Discussion 3. DebatingDebating

5 BTLEW Lesson 11 - The Midnight Visitor I. Oral Work Introduce one of your favorite spy stories to your classmates. Are there any things in common in the stories provided by the members of your group? Why do we have spies in the world? Can you give us some tips of being a competent spy? Brainstor m in groups. The end of Group Discussion.

6 BTLEW Lesson 11 - The Midnight Visitor I. Oral Work Fields have eyes, and woods have ears. Nothing brave, nothing have. Judge not from appearances. Never judge from appearances. Justice has long arms. No cross, no crown. No one can call back yesterday. Take things as they come. The outsider sees the most of the game. Where there is smoke, there is fire. Read the following sayings and translate them. Translation

7 BTLEW Lesson 11 - The Midnight Visitor I. Oral Work 隔墙有耳。 不入虎穴,焉得虎子。 人不可貌相,海不可斗量。 不可以貌取人。 天网恢恢,疏而不漏。 不经历风雨,怎么见彩虹。 昨日不会重现。 既来之,则安之。 旁观者清。 事出有因。 The end of Pair Discussion. Discuss with your partner: What can you learn from these sayings?

8 BTLEW Lesson 11 - The Midnight Visitor I. Oral Work Topics for debating: 1. Spy work is unfavorable in modern society. 2. Spy movies are more interesting if there is a love story involved. The end of Debating.

9 BTLEW Lesson 11 - The Midnight Visitor II. Quiz List 1. Quiz 1Quiz 1 2. Quiz 2Quiz 2 3. Quiz 3Quiz 3

10 BTLEW Lesson 11 - The Midnight Visitor II. Quiz 1 stand around 站起来 stand for 往旁边站 stand aside 没事站着 stand by 显示明显 stand against 代表 stand out 站在身边;袖手旁观 stand up 反对,抵制 The end of Quiz 1 。

11 BTLEW Lesson 11 - The Midnight Visitor II. Quiz 2 1. He is a responsible man. He never puts his family ____ although he is adventuresome. a. in the risk b. at the risk c. in risk d. at risk 2. You ___ him so closely; you should have kept your distance. a. shouldn’t follow b. mustn’t follow c. couldn’t have been following d. shouldn’t have been following d To be continued on the next page.

12 BTLEW Lesson 11 - The Midnight Visitor II. Quiz 2 3. When we reached the pier, the ferry had not arrived, so we ___. a. needn’t have hurried b. needed not worry c. didn’t need to hurry d. need not to have worried a To be continued on the next page.

13 BTLEW Lesson 11 - The Midnight Visitor II. Quiz 2 4. —Don't forget to come to my birthday party tomorrow. —______. a. I don't b. I won't c. I can't d. I haven't 5. In international matches, prestige is so important that the only thing that matters is to avoid____. a. from being beatenb. being beaten c. beating d. to be beaten b b To be continued on the next page.

14 BTLEW Lesson 11 - The Midnight Visitor II. Quiz 2 6. He resented ____ to wait. He expected the minister ____ him at once. a. to be asked, to see b. being asked, to see c. to be asked, seeing d. being asked, seeing b To be continued on the next page.

15 BTLEW Lesson 11 - The Midnight Visitor II. Quiz 2 7. This missile is designed so that once_____ nothing can be done to retrieve it. a. fired b. being fired c. they fired d. having fired 8. Having no money but _____ to know, Tom simply said he would go without dinner. a. not to want anyone b. not wanting anyone c. wanted no one d. to want no one a b To be continued on the next page.

16 BTLEW 9. Mrs. Brown is supposed _____ for Italy last week. a. to have left b. to be leaving c. to have been left d. to leave 10. Helen apologized for _____ the party. a. her not being able to attend b. her being not able to attend c. her being able not to attend d. not her being able to attend Lesson 11 - The Midnight Visitor II. Quiz 2 a The end of Quiz 2.

17 BTLEW Lesson 11 - The Midnight Visitor 1. to _____ consent 点头表示同意 2. to _____ one’s head high 昂首挺胸(表示趾高气扬) 3. to _____ one’s fist 挥动拳头(表示威胁) 4. to _____ one’s shoulders 耸耸肩膀(表示冷淡或怀疑) 5. thumbs ______ 用大拇指,表示反对或拒绝 6. thumbs ______ 用大拇指,表示赞成或夸奖 II. Quiz 3 nod hold shake shrug down up Fill out the blanks with the proper word. The end of Quiz 3.

18 BTLEW Lesson 11 - The Midnight Visitor III. Writing If I Were a Detective You must have read about some detective stories, or watched some relevant TV programs. Suppose you were a detective, what kind of person would you be? In what way would you behave? (Notice: A Detective is quite different from a Secret Agent.) The end of Writing.

19 BTLEW Lesson 11 - The Midnight Visitor IV. Listening Lab Espionage in Modern Society The end of the Cold War has not brought about world peace. In an era when the country's first line of_______, intelligence is more important than ever. Spies and new technologies will again play an important role in ___________the final victors. Beginning in World War II and continuing through the Cold War, the world's ______intelligence agencies (the CIA, KGB's First Chief Directorate, MI6, etc.) employed the latest technologies available in “_________“. communication and analysis of information from abroad. Fill out the blanks while you are listening. To be continued on the next page. defense determining major collection

20 BTLEW Lesson 11 - The Midnight Visitor IV. Listening Lab At the same time, counterintelligence agencies (the FBI, KGB's Second Chief Directorate, MI5, etc.) employed other technologies in ______to identify and eliminate foreign spies at home. New technologies are changing the ___________methods and techniques (called "tradecraft") by which spies operate. And the traditional tradecraft of spies are applied in new ways. For example, computer viruses have been developed and deployed that will be _________in time of war. To be continued on the next page. efforts traditional activated

21 BTLEW Lesson 11 - The Midnight Visitor IV. Listening Lab The advent of the "Keyhole" satellite program nearly 30 years ago provided the United States with the capability to digitally ________events on Earth in near "real time“. Exponential advances in computer processing power have subsequently provided refinements that ______these "spies in the sky" to observe the Earth regardless of cloud cover, inclement weather and darkness. Using infrared_______, radar and advanced sensing lenses, they can resolve images approaching a single inch in diameter. The strategic role of _________will be tactically supplemented by small pilotless drone aircraft, with stealth masking, capable of remaining aloft for days at a time over hostile territory. To be continued on the next page. observe allow cameras satellites

22 BTLEW Lesson 11 - The Midnight Visitor IV. Listening Lab The traditional roles of "friends and foes" continue to blur. Purchasing secrets from traitors remains an effective and _________mainstay of intelligence collection. A few million dollars invested in an intelligence program to recruit spies with access to important secrets may ______in economic payoffs worth billions of dollars. Thus, It is an acknowledged rule in U. S. espionage work that your enemy’s friend can also be your friend. Thus, counterintelligence is of _____importance. Counterspies will be forced to adapt and accelerate the use of digital tools in an effort to catch foreign spies. Hostile services will resort to powerful neural networks and massive databases to __________information about individuals to identify and apprehend foreign spies. The end of Listening Lab. profitable result vital analyze


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