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2 NHCE-BI-Unit 3 A Good Heart To Lean On

3 NHCE-BI-Unit 3 MENU I. Objectives I. Objectives II. Preview II. Preview III. Leading-in III. Leading-in IV. Section A-Text IV. Section A-Text V. Answers to Exercises V. Answers to Exercises VI. Extensive Tasks VI. Extensive Tasks VII. Testing Yourself VII. Testing Yourself VIII. Homework VIII. Homework

4 NHCE-BI-Unit 3 I: Objectives MENU ObjectivesObjectives Students would:Students would: 1. be able to successfully finish listening, speaking,1. be able to successfully finish listening, speaking, reading and writing tasks related to the theme of reading and writing tasks related to the theme of “parental love”, with the help of theme vocabulary. “parental love”, with the help of theme vocabulary. 2. improve the accuracy of their spoken and written2. improve the accuracy of their spoken and written output, thanks to theme words and expressions. output, thanks to theme words and expressions. 3. improve the fluency of their spoken output during3. improve the fluency of their spoken output during the completion of the chains of tasks. the completion of the chains of tasks. 4. understand the great love, and gain insight into4. understand the great love, and gain insight into their own parental love. their own parental love.

5 NHCE-BI-Unit 3 II: Preview MENU Chop off branch trunk root 1.Tell the story entitled “The apple tree and the boy”

6 NHCE-BI-Unit 3 II: Preview MENU 这就是我们每个人的故事。这颗树就是我们的父母。小时 候,我们喜欢和爸爸妈妈玩 …… 长大后,我们就离开他们, 只在需要什么东西或者遇到麻烦的时候,才回到他们身边。 无论如何,父母永远都在那儿,倾其所有使你快乐。 The Boy and the Apple Tree (cartoon story)

7 NHCE-BI-Unit 3 II: Preview MENU Somebody calls for the society to raise fund for a poor college graduate who wants to have further study as a postgraduate while his 90-year old grandma has to work to support his study.Somebody calls for the society to raise fund for a poor college graduate who wants to have further study as a postgraduate while his 90-year old grandma has to work to support his study. Will you give money in this case? Why or why not? If you were the boy, what would be your choice? 2. News Response

8 NHCE-BI-Unit 3 II: Preview MENU 1) Difficult circumstances serve as a textbook of life for people.1) Difficult circumstances serve as a textbook of life for people. 困难坎坷是人们的生活教科书。 困难坎坷是人们的生活教科书。 2) Man is man and master of his fate.2) Man is man and master of his fate. 人就是人,是自己命运的主人。 人就是人,是自己命运的主人。 3) A strong man will struggle with the storms of fate. (Thomas Addison)3) A strong man will struggle with the storms of fate. (Thomas Addison) 强者能同命运的风暴抗争。 -- 爱迪生 强者能同命运的风暴抗争。 -- 爱迪生 4) Man struggles upwards; water flows downwards.4) Man struggles upwards; water flows downwards. 人往高处走,水往低处流 人往高处走,水往低处流 5) Actions speak louder than word.5) Actions speak louder than word. 行动胜于言语 行动胜于言语 3. Proverbs

9 NHCE-BI-Unit 3 II: Preview MENU 6 ) While there is life there is hope.6 ) While there is life there is hope. 一息若存,希望不灭。 一息若存,希望不灭。 7 ) You have to believe in yourself. That's the secret of success. ( Charles Chaplin )7 ) You have to believe in yourself. That's the secret of success. ( Charles Chaplin ) 人必须有自信,这是成功的秘密。 (卓别林 ) 人必须有自信,这是成功的秘密。 (卓别林 ) 8 ) Cease to struggle and you cease to live. ( Thomas Carlyle )8 ) Cease to struggle and you cease to live. ( Thomas Carlyle ) 生命不止,奋斗不息。 ( 卡莱尔) 生命不止,奋斗不息。 ( 卡莱尔) 9 ) Energy and persistence conquer all things. (Benjamin Franklin)9 ) Energy and persistence conquer all things. (Benjamin Franklin) 能量加毅力可以征服一切。 (富兰克林 ) 能量加毅力可以征服一切。 (富兰克林 )

10 NHCE-BI-Unit 3 A Good Heart To Lean On

11 NHCE-BI-Unit 3 III: Leading-in MENU 1. Talk about Your Father What kind of father is your father?

12 NHCE-BI-Unit 3 III: Leading-in MENU He is persistent. Once he sets a goal, he will not give it up easily. muscular manly persistent brave diligent liberal generous strong-willed mild gentle kind solemn able intelligent talented resourceful frank honest competent eloquent humorous insightful warm-hearted sincere ambitious wise learned hot-tempered role model

13 NHCE-BI-Unit 3 III: Leading-in MENU 2. How do people treat crippled people? What about you?

14 NHCE-BI-Unit 3 III: Leading-in MENU the disabled / handicapped / crippled, normal, abnormal, weird, lower, equal, fair, optimistic, pessimistic disability, prejudice, bias, unwanted attention, goodwill, good intention, ill will, ill intention treat sb. as..., look down upon, stare and point, regard fairly, unfairly, unequally A wise man once said every society is judged by how it treats it's least fortunate amongst them.

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16 MENU NHCE-BI-Unit 3 IV: Section A--Text How my father went to work. What my father looked for was a good heart, not pity. My father participated in some things in some way. I was embarrassed to seen with my father. 1. Structure of Text Para.1-2 Para. 3-4 Para. 5-7 Para.8-11 I miss my father very much. Para.12-13

17 MENU NHCE-BI-Unit 3 IV: Section A--Text Reference Words: embarrassed; crippled, inwardly struggle, unwanted attention 2. Questions to Comprehension 1) How did the writer feel to be seen with his father when he was young? Why? (Para. 1)

18 MENU NHCE-BI-Unit 3 IV: Section A--Text Reference Words: set the pace, adjust to 2) What did the father always say when he started out with his son? (Para. 2)

19 MENU NHCE-BI-Unit 3 IV: Section A--Text Reference Words: subway, nasty, sick, make it to, a matter of pride 3) How did the writer’s father treat his work? (Para. 3)

20 MENU NHCE-BI-Unit 3 IV: Section A--Text Reference Words: Brooklyn →subway→Manhattan wagon, cling to, tunnel, basement 4) How did the father go to work when the weather was very bad? (Para. 4)

21 MENU NHCE-BI-Unit 3 IV: Section A--Text Reference Words: courage, subject to, shame, stress, bitterness, complaint 5) Why do I now feel amazed at what my father did? (Para. 5)

22 MENU NHCE-BI-Unit 3 IV: Section A--Text Reference Words: a good heart 6) According to the text, what is a proper standard to judge people? (Para. 6-11)

23 MENU NHCE-BI-Unit 3 IV: Section A--Text Para.8 Example1:Example2: A general point: My father tried to participate in many activities in some way. keep the team going as a manager like to go to dances and parties

24 MENU NHCE-BI-Unit 3 IV: Section A--Text Para.11 Example3: A general point: I now know he participated in some things through me, his only son. visited his office Example1: Example2: played ball joined the Navy

25 MENU NHCE-BI-Unit 3 IV: Section A--Text Reference Words: sorry, unworthy, regret, trifles, fortune, be envious of, a good heart 7) Why does the writer often think of his father, now that his father has been dead for so many years? (Para )

26 MENU NHCE-BI-Unit 3 IV: Section A--Text Reference: Who says this sentence respectively? 8) “You set the pace. I’ll try to adjust to you” take appearance at both the beginning and the ending. Do they have the same meaning? (Para. 2, 13)

27 MENU NHCE-BI-Unit 3 IV: Section A--Text adjust despite amaze subject engage 3. Key Words

28 MENU NHCE-BI-Unit 3 IV: Section A--Text 1) adjust: The soldiers quickly adjusted to the harsh circumstances. 士兵们很快就适应了这种艰苦的环境。 这个孤儿一直适应不了没有父母在身边照料的生活。 The orphan can’t adjusted to the life without parents’ care. to change so that it fits or works better 调整,适应 Translation

29 MENU NHCE-BI-Unit 3 IV: Section A--Text Despite all our efforts to save the school, the authorities decided to close it. 虽然我们极力挽救,当局仍然决定要关闭这所学校。 Her voice was shaking despite all her efforts to control it. 虽然她竭力控制,但是声音仍然在发抖。 2. despite: (+ n. / -ing) in spite of ; although 尽管,虽然 Translation

30 MENU NHCE-BI-Unit 3 IV: Section A--Text 3) amaze: The beauty of the area never ceases to amaze me. 这个地方的美丽风光总是让我大为惊讶。 孩子们听说她的奶奶就是那位白人老太太时大为吃惊。 The kids were amazed when they heard that her granny was that old white lady. fill sb. with great surprise or wonder 使大为惊讶 Translation

31 MENU NHCE-BI-Unit 3 IV: Section A--Text be amazed at / by / to do sth. Collocation Most of the audience were amazed ____ his skillful performance. I was amazed ____ his strong will for money.

32 MENU NHCE-BI-Unit 3 IV: Section A--Text amaze, frustrate, embarrass, upset, disgust, disturb, annoy In __________, he quitted from the club. Such ___________ noise made him awake for the whole night. The staff are quite ____________ by the manager’s endless instructions and so-called jokes. What a ____________ smell! I feel like throwing up now. The teacher felt quite ____________ when he couldn’t give a satisfactory answer to the boy. frustration annoying disturbed disgusting embarrassed Association

33 MENU NHCE-BI-Unit 3 IV: Section A--Text The scientists subjected the product to a number of severe tests. 科学家对这种产品进行了数次严格的测试。 重灾区的人民受到了凝冻天气的考验。 People in the heavily stricken area were subjected to the test of icy weather. 4. subject: open to; cause to experience or suffer 使遭受 Translation

34 MENU NHCE-BI-Unit 3 IV: Section A--Text The toy didn't engage her interest for long. 这个玩具不能长时间吸引住她的注意力。 只有百分之十的美国成年人参与常规的体育锻炼。 Only 10% of American adults engage in regular exercise. 5. engage: to be doing or to become involved in an activity Translation

35 MENU NHCE-BI-Unit 3 IV: Section A--Text engage in/on/upon Mr Armstrong was engaged in prayer. engage in doing sth Despite her illness, she remains actively engaged in shaping policy. engage sb's interest/attention The toy didn't engage her interest for long. engage sb to do sth Her father engaged a tutor to improve her maths. Collocation

36 MENU NHCE-BI-Unit 3 IV: Section A--Text 保持 / 重新获得平衡 依靠 定步调 成功地做 …… 一件 …… 的事 有一次 休息 确保 嫉妒 有些勉强 沮丧中 用某种方式,在一定程度上 做 …… 很愉快 抱怨 4. Useful Expressions keep / regain one’s balance lean on set the pace make it a matter of on one occasion on leave see (to it) that be envious of with reluctance in frustration in some way having a good time doing… complain about

37 MENU NHCE-BI-Unit 3 IV: Section A--Text 1) lean on : 我们有困难时总寻求父母的支持。 We always lean on our parents when we are in trouble. They leaned heavily on their daughter’s talent in music. 他们主要依靠女儿在音乐方面的天份而生活。 depend on for support and encouragement Translation

38 MENU NHCE-BI-Unit 3 IV: Section A--Text离火车开车还有些时间,我想如果抓紧,我们能赶上。 There’s some time before the train leaves. I think we shall make it if we hurry. 2) make it: ① to arrive somewhere in time for sth. ② to be successful in a particular activity Translation

39 MENU NHCE-BI-Unit 3 IV: Section A--Text I had a difficult time getting adjusted to the campus life. 我很难适应学校生活。 我费了好大劲才拿到驾照。 I had a hard time getting the driving license. 3) have a good time: (have a hard time, difficult time doing sth.) Translation

40 MENU NHCE-BI-Unit 3 IV: Section A--Text in a way, in no way in a way, in no way he is right in saying so. __________, he is right in saying so. 在某种程度上,他这样说是对的。 You can __________allow this situation to continue. 你决不能允许这种情况再继续下去。 In a way in no way 4) in some way : in a certain manner Association

41 MENU NHCE-BI-Unit 3 IV: Section A--Text 你对目前的薪水满意吗? Are you content with your present salary? 现在的大学生不再满足英语课堂的听讲,他们要求能够参与 的课堂。 Nowadays, the college students are no longer content to sit and listen English class. They want the kind of class they can participate in. 5) be content to do/be content with sth. 满足于做某事, 对 …… 感到满足 Translation

42 MENU NHCE-BI-Unit 3 IV: Section A--Text 一定要预习课文。 See to it that you preview the text. 请务必在流水下洗手三十秒钟以去除传染性病毒。 See to it that you wash your hands for 30 seconds under the spout to get rid of some infectious virus. 6) see to it that…: 一定要,注意到 …… Translation

43 MENU NHCE-BI-Unit 3 IV: Section A--Text And when I came home on leave, he saw to it that I visited his office. (L41) see to: take care; make sure see to it +that clause see + that clause e.g. e.g. 注意不要再迟到。 See that you are not late again.

44 MENU NHCE-BI-Unit 3 IV: Section A--Text 学生们经常抱怨食堂的伙食不好。 The students always complain about the poor food in the canteen. to say that you are dissatisfied, or unhappy about sth. or someone 7) complain about: Translation

45 MENU NHCE-BI-Unit 3 IV: Section A--Text If he at any time noticed or felt troubled by this, he would never let anyone see or know how he felt. ever ever : a. 常用于否定句、疑问句和表示条件的从句:从来 b. 用于表示比较的从句中:曾经 c. 用于特殊疑问句:究竟;到底;用任何方式 Nothing ever makes him angry. It is raining harder than ever. Who ever can it be? b a c 5. Key and Difficult Sentences 1) If he ever noticed or was bothered, he never let on. (L3) 如果他注意到这些或因此感到不安,他从不表露出来。

46 MENU NHCE-BI-Unit 3 IV: Section A--Text ② ② until he reached the lower steps ① ① he would cling to hand-rail ③ ③ that the warmer tunnel air kept free of ice 他就紧抓着地铁通道口的扶手 / 一直往下走 / 因为地铁空气暖 和,下面几级台阶没有冰雪。 2) Once there, ① he would cling to hand-rail ② until he reached the lower steps ③ that the warmer tunnel air kept free of ice. (L15)

47 MENU NHCE-BI-Unit 3 IV: Section A--Text I feel greatly surprised. (the key idea ) key idea: 3) When I think of it now, I feel greatly surprised at how much courage it must have taken for my father to experience such shame and stress. (L20) 介词 at 的宾语从句的正常语序是: it must have taken (how much) courage for my father to experience such shame and stress; 其中不定 式结构是该宾从的真正主语。

48 MENU NHCE-BI-Unit 3 IV: Section A--Text has am 他从不说自己可怜,也从不表现出对那些比他幸运 或健康的人的羡慕。 He is not a football fan, nor_____ I. I have never been to Paris, nor ____ my wife. nor: used to introduce a second negative statement which is added to the first one. 4) He never talked about himself as an object of pity, nor did he show any envy of the more fortunate or able. (L23)

49 MENU NHCE-BI-Unit 3 IV: Section A--Text how to do; what to buy; where to go; when to begin 现在我长大成人,开始相信这正是判断一个人的恰如 其分的标准, …… which to judge: 疑问词 + 不定式 e.g. 我真不知道该说什么。 I really don’t know what to say. 5). Now that I am older, I believe that is a proper standard by which to judge people... (L26)

50 MENU NHCE-BI-Unit 3 IV: Section A--Text unable to engage: a phrase showing concession. 那男孩乐意接受,点头表示同意。 Glad to accept, the boy nodded his agreement. 6) Unable to engage in many activities, my father still tried to participate in some way. (L29)

51 MENU NHCE-BI-Unit 3 IV: Section A--Text mp3 lyric 6. “Season in the Sun” by Westlife:

52 NHCE-BI-Unit 3 A Good Heart To Lean On

53 NHCE-BI-Unit 3 V: Answers to Exercises MENU  My father was ________crippled and short. When I was _________up, I felt __________and ashamed to be ______walking with him. He would lean ___me with his hand on my arm for _______, but it was difficult to _______our steps---his_______, mine_________. People would stare. But my father had never been ________by all this. He never __________about anything and took an active and optimistic _______towards life and work. He never invited _____for himself, nor _____he show envy of the more _________ or able. severely growingreluctant seen onbalance lame impatient complained attitude fortunate did coordinate bothered pity 1.Summary

54 NHCE-BI-Unit 3 V: Answers to Exercises MENU  Now I am older, I come to _______how unworthy I am. Father’s courage, _________ and open-mindedness moved me deeply. Though my father has been_______, I think of him often. It is my father ____has helped me keep my balance. “You set the _____. I will try to adjust ____you.” know gone who pace to tolerance

55 NHCE-BI-Unit 3 V: Answers to Exercises MENU 1) 既然你计划移居加拿大,那你必须努力适应寒冷 的气候。 Now that you are planning to move to Canada, you must try to adjust to a cold weather. move to Canada cold weather adjust to adjust to Ex. VII, p. 59 《读写教程 I 》 : Ex. VII, p. 59 now that 2. Translation

56 NHCE-BI-Unit 3 V: Answers to Exercises MENU 2) 他承诺帮助我们买下那幢房子,但有点勉强。 promise to promise to He promised to help us to buy the house, but with a little reluctance. with a little reluctance help us to buy help us to buy

57 NHCE-BI-Unit 3 V: Answers to Exercises MENU 3) 这是一次重要的会议,请务必不要迟到。 see to it that This is an important meeting. Please see to it that you are not late for it. be late for sth.

58 NHCE-BI-Unit 3 V: Answers to Exercises MENU 4) 他是个有经验的商人;他做国际贸易已有好几年 了。 engage in foreign trade He is an experienced businessman; he has engaged in foreign trade for quite a few years. experienced businessman

59 NHCE-BI-Unit 3 V: Answers to Exercises MENU 5) 她力劝我接受那个新职位,虽然那职位报酬并不 优厚。 urge sb. to accept She urged me to accept the new post, although the job is not very well paid. be not very well paid

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61 NHCE-BI-Unit 3 VI: Extensive Tasks MENU lean on keep / regain one’s balance set the pace adjust to despite make it a matter of amaze subject…to… on one occasion on leave see (to it) that be envious of with reluctance in some way having a good time doing… complain about 1. Tell the story in the father’s tone (story relay) In-Class

62 NHCE-BI-Unit 3 VI: Extensive Tasks MENU 2. Children Learn What they Live --By Dorothy Law Nolte ( ) 批评中长大的孩子,责难他人。 敌意中长大的孩子,喜欢吵架。 恐惧中长大的孩子,常常忧虑。 嘲笑中长大的孩子,个性羞怯。 鼓励中长大的孩子,深具自信。 宽容中长大的孩子,能够忍耐。 称赞中长大的孩子,懂得感恩。 分享中长大的孩子,慷慨大方。 诚信中长大的孩子,理解真理。 公正中长大的孩子,极富正义。 尊重中长大的孩子,懂得尊敬。 信赖中长大的孩子,不但信任他人 也信任自己。 友善中长大的孩子,不但爱他人也 爱自己 。 If children live with criticism, they learn to _______. hostility, they learn to ______. fear, they learn to be apprehensive. pity, they learn to feel sorry for themselves. encouragement, they learn ________. tolerance, they learn ________. praise, they learn ___________. approval, they learn to like themselves. sharing, they learn _________. honesty, they learn truthfulness. fairness, they learn ________. kindness and consideration, they learn ________. security, they learn to have faith in themselves and in those about them. friendliness, they learn the world is a nice place in which to live appreciation fight confidence patience respect generosity justice condemn In-Class

63 NHCE-BI-Unit 3 VI: Extensive Tasks MENU 3. Describing the picture and show your opinions In-Class

64 NHCE-BI-Unit 3 VI: Extensive Tasks MENU parcel, tub, suds, stool weather-beaten, exhausted one-child policy, the only child in a family, the little emperor, spoil prepare sb. for life In-Class

65 NHCE-BI-Unit 3 VI: Extensive Tasks MENU Mrs. John B · Dodd, of Washington, first proposed the idea of a “ father ’ s day ” in Mrs. Dodd wanted a special day to honor her father, William Smart. William Smart, a Civil War veteran, was widowed when his wife (Mrs. Dodd ’ s mother) died in childbirth with their sixth child. Mr. Smart was left to raise the newborn and his other five children by himself on a rural farm in eastern Washington State. It was after Mrs. Dodd became an adult that she realized the strength and selflessness her father had shown in raising his children as a single parent. In-Class 4. Father’s Day

66 NHCE-BI-Unit 3 VI: Extensive Tasks MENU In-Class Father’s Day The first Father’s Day was observed on June 19, 1910 in Spokane, Washington. In 1924, President Calvin Coolidge supported the idea of a national Father’s Day. Finally in 1966, President Lyndon Johnson signed a presidential proclamation declaring the 3rd Sunday of June as Father’s Day. In the United States, the second Sunday in May is Mother ’ s Day.

67 NHCE-BI-Unit 3 VI: Extensive Tasks MENU To celebrate the occasion, people send roses, gifts, and cards to their parents. Like writing a card, it is always special to include a written message on your greeting card. In-Class

68 NHCE-BI-Unit 3 VI: Extensive Tasks MENU Dear Father, Thank you, Father. For showing the way that I should go And teaching me things that I should know... For helping me through the ups and downs And standing by me through smiles and frowns... For being all that a father could be, Thanks–You mean the world to me. In-Class

69 NHCE-BI-Unit 3 VI: Extensive Tasks MENU Dear Dad, There aren’t enough words to tell you how much you mean to me and how lucky I feel to have a dad like you. You’ve given me so much that I will probably never be able to return, but I will always remember what a loving, caring dad you are. May all the smiles, laughs, love return on this special day and remain for the rest of the year! In-Class

70 NHCE-BI-Unit 3 VI: Extensive Tasks MENU Some commonly-used personal greetings: — To the best mother/father in the world — Thinking of you on Mother’s/Father’s Day — Thanks, Mom/Dad Close your note with a more familiar form: — With love — With loving thoughts from both of us — Your loving son — Love always In-Class

71 NHCE-BI-Unit 3 VI: Extensive Tasks MENU Suppose it is Father’s Day, write a note of thanks / appreciation to your Dad. Your Task In-Class

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73 NHCE-BI-Unit 3 VI: Extensive Tasks MENU 1. What is father’s love like? (simile & metaphor) A father ’ s seldom-spoken love Sounds clearly through the years — Sometimes in pearls of laughter, Sometimes through happy tears. Perhaps they have to speak their love In a fashion all they own. Because the love that fathers feel Is too big for words alone! After-Class

74 NHCE-BI-Unit 3 VI: Extensive Tasks MENU John P Coutis is truly an exceptional person. Born with severely disabled legs, John defied medical opinions by living a full and rewarding life. Last month, John came here and left tens of thousands people breathless with his amazing talks. John set a great example on how dedication, hard work and a belief in yourself cannot only lead to national recognition, but also personal strength and reward. After-Class 2. A history full of exemplary men and women “Motivation lasts for 10 minutes… but inspiration last a lifetime.”

75 NHCE-BI-Unit 3 VI: Extensive Tasks MENU optimistic, extremely enthusiastic, constantly to strive to become stronger Don’t Say “No”! After-Class

76 NHCE-BI-Unit 3 VI: Extensive Tasks MENU Abraham Lincoln the 16th president difficult childhood the death of two sons constant ridicule After-Class

77 NHCE-BI-Unit 3 VI: Extensive Tasks MENU Franklin Roosevelt polio, less arrogant, less smug, less superficial, more focused, more complex, more interesting After-Class

78 NHCE-BI-Unit 3 VI: Extensive Tasks MENU Helen Keller “We would never learn to be brave and patient if there were only joy in the world.” After-Class

79 NHCE-BI-Unit 3 VI: Extensive Tasks MENU balance, adjust to, despite, a matter of, an object of pity, subject…to…, on one occasion, on leave, see to it that, if things had been different, reluctance 4. Write a short paragraph with the following expression involved: After-Class

80 NHCE-BI-Unit 3 VI: Extensive Tasks MENU Three Days to See (Helen Keller) 5. Reading to feed your appetite After-Class

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82 MENU NHCE-BI-Unit 3 VII: Testing Yourself Translate the following into English. 1) 协调手臂和腿部的动作 2) 遭受如此的耻辱和压力 3) 从不把他自己当作可怜虫来谈论 4) 嫉妒别人运气好 5) 从事教学 6) 一定要使她早早回家 7) 恢复平衡 8) 及时赶到办公室 see to it that she comes home early 1. Expressions to coordinate the movement of arms and legs be subjected to such shame and stress never talk about oneself as an object of pity show envy of the more fortunate or able be engaged in teaching regain the balance make it to the office

83 MENU NHCE-BI-Unit 3 VII: Testing Yourself 1) The manager assured the customer that his complaint would be seen _____ immediately. A. on B. at C. to D. with 2) The students were participating _____ an international energy-saving competition between towns in New England and Canada. A. for B. in C. to D. at 2. Choose the Best Answer B. to B. in

84 MENU NHCE-BI-Unit 3 VII: Testing Yourself 3) The persons that have the greatest influence _____ children are their teachers. A. in B. on C. for D. to 4) I used to smoke _____ but I gave it up three years ago. A. seriously B. heavily C. badly D. severely 5) My camera can be _____ to take pictures in cloudy or sunny conditions. A. treated B. adjusted C. accepted D. suited B. on B. heavily B. adjusted

85 MENU NHCE-BI-Unit 3 VII: Testing Yourself 6) Police have _____ for the public to come forward with any information which might help them in their inquiries. A. urged B. informed C. called D. told 7) _____ his great wealth, he always remained a man of simple tastes. A. Except for B. With regard to C. Although D. Despite 8) _____ the punishment was unjust, Helen accepted it without complaint. A. However B. So long as C. Since D. Even though C. called D. Despite D. Even though

86 MENU NHCE-BI-Unit 3 VII: Testing Yourself 9) _____ that my head had cleared, my brain was also beginning to work much better. A. For B. Now C. Since D. Despite 10) If you happen to _____ my lost papers while you’re looking for your book, please let me know at once by telephone. A. come up B. come across C. come to D. come over C. Since B. come across

87 MENU NHCE-BI-Unit 3 VII: Testing Yourself My father was ________crippled and short. When I was _________up, I felt ___________ and ashamed to be ______walking with him. He would lean ___me with his hand on my arm for _______, but it was difficult to _______our steps---his_______, mine_________. People would stare. But my father had never been ________by all this. He never __________about anything and took an active and optimistic _______towards life and work. He never invited _____for himself, nor _____he show envy of the more _________ or able. 3. Compound Dictation severely growing reluctant seen onbalance lame impatient complained attitude fortunate did coordinate bothered pity

88 MENU NHCE-BI-Unit 3 VII: Testing Yourself  Now I am older, I come to _______how unworthy I am. Father’s courage, _________ and open-mindedness moved me deeply. Though my father has been_______, I think of him often. It is my father ____has helped me keep my balance. “You set the _____. I will try to adjust ____you.” know gone who pace to tolerance

89 MENU NHCE-BI-Unit 3 VII: Testing Yourself 1 )请确保该药放在孩子够不着的地方。 4. Translation He argues with his parents a lot more than before. 2 )他最近和父母争吵的比以前多得多。 3 )他把衣物乱七八糟地塞进手提箱,头也不回地离 开了家。 Having stuffed all the clothes into his suitcase, he left home without looking back. The kid burst into tears when he saw his mum leaving. 4 )看到妈妈离开,孩子嚎啕大哭。 Please see to it that the medicine is kept in some place beyond the children’s reach.

90 NHCE-BI-Unit 3 A Good Heart To Lean On

91 MENU NHCE-BI-Unit 3 VIII: Homework The author’s father served as a role model of a good heart for the author to help him to keep balance. My Role Model—My Father (Requirements: Try to make use of the topic expressions as many as possible.) 1. Writing Homework A (theme-based writing)

92 MENU NHCE-BI-Unit 3 VIII: Homework Normally, a writer starts with a general point and then presents a number of examples to support his point. Analyze the following paragraph: 2. Writing Homework B (structure-based Writing)

93 MENU NHCE-BI-Unit 3 VIII: Homework Para.8 Example1: Example2: A general point My father tried to participate in many activities in some way. keep the team going as a manager like to go to dances and parties

94 MENU NHCE-BI-Unit 3 VIII: Homework Living by the sea has many advantages. They include a milder, less extreme climate; access to a wide variety of fish and shellfish; and an easy means of transport and communication, both inland via rivers, and along the coast in sheltered waters. These factors have meant that most coastal sites were developed early in human history. a general point example 1example 2 example 3

95 MENU NHCE-BI-Unit 3 VIII: Homework Your Task Try to write your own paragraph, which starts with a general point with some examples to support it. Online Learning is My Choice


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