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Lesson Twelve Pre-class In-class After-class
Pre-class (1) 1. Ask the students to look up the following words and expressions; meanwhile, they should write down the explanation and copy at least one example from the dictionary: glance in the way lust offer related somehow sweep turn up urgently 2. Prepare for the texts. They should read the texts before hand and know the general idea.
Pre-class (2) 3. Do the vocabulary exercise in advance. 4.Prepare for the recitation. The papers have been handed out in advance. The contents of the paragraphs are as follows: The Torch Has Been Passed to a New Generation By John Kennedy Can we forge against these enemies a grand and global alliance, North and South, East and West, that can assure a more fruitful life for all mankind? Will you join in that historic effort? (to be continued)
Pre-class (3) In the long history of the world, only a few generations have been granted the role of defending freedom in its hour of maximum danger. I do not shrink from this responsibility—I welcome it. I do not believe that any of us would exchange places with any other people or any other generation. The energy, the faith, the devotion which we bring to this endeavor will light our country and all who serve it—and the glow from that fire can truly light the world. (to be continued)
Pre-class (4) And so, my fellow Americans, ask not what your country can do for you; ask what you can do for your country. My fellow citizens of the world; ask not what America will do for you, but what together we can do for the freedom of man. (to be continued)
Pre-class (5) Finally, whether you are citizens of America or citizens of the world, ask of us the same high standards of strength and sacrifice which we ask of you. With a good conscience our only sure reward, with history the final judge of our deeds, let us go forth to lead the land we love, asking His blessing and His help, but knowing that here on earth God’s work must truly be our own. (finished)
In-class Step one: Text A Step two: Text B Step two: Text B Step three: Vocabulary in Exercises Step three: Vocabulary in Exercises Step four: Check the recitation Step four: Check the recitation 返回首页
Step one: (1) 1. Reading the article in teams. The students are asked to read the text together in teams. They may discuss the problems if any at this time. 2. Check the team-reading. Ask each team to read one part of the article together. Pay attention to their pronunciation and intonation. 3. Explanation to the article. (Notes)
Step one : (2) Notes: 1). The news that Kino had found the “ Pearl of the world” swept the town. a. ‘That Kino…’ is an appositive clause giving additional information to the noun ‘the news’. Other nouns that are used to introduce appositive clauses are idea, fact, hope, belief, thought, etc. We had no idea that Mr. Zhang had come from Xinjiang. The fact that the manager attends to the customers politely is an example to many of the shop assistants. b. sweep vt. To move quickly; push something along or away 冲走；席卷 e.g. The floods have swept the bridge away. The news that our team won the game swept the school.
Step one: Deserts(3) 2). Only one person stood in the way. To be in someone’s way is to hinder someone from making progress, while to be on one’s way somewhere means ‘ to be going somewhere’. Compare the following: Will you move your bike, please? It’s in my way. On his way home he met his girlfriend. There’s nothing in his way. I’m sure he’ll succeed. On their way to school they helped an old man to hospital.
Step one: (4) 3). Offer vt. present for sale 出售；（出） 价 e.g. They offered their boat for sale for 2,000 dollars. I offered him a house for 1,000 pounds. Vt. say that you will give, do, or pay something if the other person wants it My teacher offered a suggestion. I’ll offer to go if nobody will. He offered himself as an interpreter.
Step one: (5) 4). The old man’s heart missed a beat when he saw the pearl. The sentence means ‘ the old man was so amazed when he saw the pearl that his heart missed a beat’. 4. Reading aloud. Ask the students to read the text again together in teams. 返回 in-class
Step two: (1) 1. Reading the article in teams. The students are asked to read the text together in teams. They may discuss the problems if any at this time. 2. Explanation to the article. Explain the article sentence by sentence. Meanwhile, the students are asked to explain or translate some sentences to check their understanding.
Step two: (2) Notes: 1). alike adj. similar 相似的；相像的 adv. 类似于 …… 比较级： more alike 最高级： most alike 2). worth adj. of the value of 值 e.g. The house costs us $40,000 but it is not worth so much. How much is the picture worth? adj. good enough for; fine enough for 值得的； 有 …… 价值的 e.g. His teacher said that he was worth teaching. The book is well worth reading.
Step two: (3) 3). stir vi excite; move 激动；激发 e.g. He was deeply stirred by the news. 他深受这消息 的感动。 Tom stirred (up) the other children to (to do) mischief. 汤姆鼓动其他孩子恶作剧。 n. excitement and interest 骚动；轰动 e.g. The pop star’s visit made a big stir in the village. But none of the books caused the kind of stir. 但是没有一本书引起过那种轰动。 His invention made a stir in scientific circles. 他的发明在科学界引起了轰动。
Step two: (4) 4). The town was vibrating with the news. To vibrate means ‘to swing, shake’. vi. 震动，摇动，颤动 e.g. Strings vibrate when plucked [strummed]. Their house vibrated whenever a heavy vehicle passed outside. vi. （声音）震颤；回响 e.g. Her voice vibrated with enthusiasm. Her shriek still vibrates in my ears.
Step two: (5) 5). judicious adj. 有思考力的；明智的；深 思远虑的 e.g. a judicious decision 明智的决定 3.Reading aloud. Ask the students to read the text again together in teams. They may ask or discuss problems if any. 返回 in-class
Step three: Vocabulary in Exercises (1) About exercise 7, ask the students from each team to fill the blanks, and try to translate them into Chinese. About exercise 8, the students should grasp the formation of the words. As to exercise 9, the students should be able to translate the sentences into Chinese according to the models. The models give three patters for the students, which are often used in daily life.
Step three: Vocabulary in Exercises (2) As to exercise 10, ask the students to rewrite the sentences using the expressions given in the box. This exercise aims to check the students’ understanding of the expressions in the box. 返回 In-class
Step four: Recitation Check the recitation. The papers have already been handed out to the students. 返回 in-class in-class
After-class 1.Review this lesson. 2.Do the grammar exercises in teams. 3.The head of each team chairs the dictation of this lesson. Lesson sLesson seven