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Page 2 Unit 1 Jobs In this unit, you will 1. talk about different kinds of jobs; 2. know some good characters which a kindergarten teacher should have; 3. understand the necessity of putting your heart and soul into your job; 4. improve your English skills and English teaching techniques.
Page 3 1. What kind of job do you like? 2. Why do you want to do that kind of job? 3. What should you learn to prepare for your future job?
Page 4 Candy is a new student in Peters class. Now Candy is showing some photos to Peter. Candy: Look, this is a photo of my family. Peter: So nice! Who’s this tall man? Candy: He’s my father. Peter: What does he do? Candy: He’s an engineer in a company. He works very hard. Peter: What about the beautiful woman? Candy: She’s my mother and she is a doctor in the Childrens Hospital. Peter: Wow, your mother looks so young. Candy: Thank you. I think so. My mother is kind to everyone. Peter: Then what do you want to be in the future? Candy: I want to be a teacher, because I like children. What about you? Peter: I hope I can become a basketball star.
Page 5 Activity 1 Listening Comprehension 1. What does Candy want to be in the future? 2. What is Peter’s dream? Activity 2 Speaking Practice 1. Act out the dialogue according to the following tips AB Who’s this man/womanHe’s/she’s my father/mother What does he/she do?He/she is an engineer/a doctor What do you want to be in the future?I want to be a teacher in the future
Page 6 2.Guess their names and their jobs of the great men according to the following pictures. 3. Make up a dialogue according to the following situation. If there is a shy girl in your class who always refuses to play with other kids, as a kindergarten teacher, how can you make her more active?
Page 7 Pre-reading 1. What can you see when you look at the world around you? 2. What can you hear when you listen to the sound around you? 3. How will you teach your students as a kindergarten teacher? Helen Keller and Her Teacher
Page 8 Helen Keller and Her Teacher Most people do not notice the ordinary things in life, even though they can see and hear. However, those who are blind and deaf, wish to see and hear every moment of their lives, such as Helen Keller. In 1880, Helen Keller was born with the ability to see and hear, but at nineteen months old she fell ill and lost the ability to do either of them. It seemed that no one could help Helen until Anne Sullivan came on March 3, 1887. Anne gave Helen a doll and spelled the word “d-o-l-l” on her hand. This was a new “game”, finger spelling. Although Helen could repeat the word, she couldn’t understand what it meant. After a month, a miracle occurred at last. When Anne pumped water over Helen’s hand, she spelled “w-a-t-e-r” in Helen’s hand. Helen stood still— suddenly language came back! Then Helen asked for the name of everything she touched.
Page 9 From that time, Helen left the house each day to search for things to learn. She learned more and more new words. In time Helen showed she could learn foreign languages, such as Latin, Greek, French and German. Three years later, she began to learn to speak as other people did. Miss Sullivan stayed with Helen for many years. She taught Helen how to read, write, speak and use a typewriter. And most importantly, she taught Helen how to think. At last, Helen did go to college and completed her studies with high honours. The story Helen Keller and Anne Sullivan did has been written and talked about for many years. Their success showed how people can conquer great difficulties. Helen ever wrote and said many things about her teacher, Anne Sullivan: “It was the genius of my teacher, her sympathy, and her love that made my first years of education so beautiful. Everything I have today was awakened by her loving touch.”
Page 10 engineer n. 工程师；火车司机 blind adj. 盲目的，瞎的； vt. 使失明 deaf adj. 聋的 ability n. 才能，能力 miracle n. 奇迹 occur vt. 发生； vi. 出现，存在，发生 pump n. 抽水机，打气筒； vi. 抽水； vt. 打气 Greek adj. 希腊 ( 人 ) 的； n. 希腊人，希腊语 communicate vi. 沟通，传达，交流 typewriter n. 打字机
Page 11 honour n. 荣誉，头衔； vt. 尊敬，授予荣誉 conquer vi.& vt. 克服，征服，战胜 genius n. 天才，天赋 sympathy n. 同情；慰问；赞同 awaken vt. & vi. 唤醒；唤起；使 …… 意识到 in the future 将来 such as 例如，诸如 even though 即使 search for 找寻；探索；探求 more and more 愈来愈 ……
Page 12 1. Most people do not notice the ordinary things in life, even though they can see and hear. 即使大多数人都能看到听到，他们却没有注意到生活中一 些普通的事物。 Although Helen could repeat the word, she couldn’t understand what it meant. 尽管海伦可以重写这个词，却不明白这是什么意思。 although, even though 都表示 “ 虽然，即使，尽管 ” 之意， although 语气较弱， even though 带有强调意味而显得语气更强。如： Although they are poor, they are happy. 虽然他们很穷，但很快乐。 Even though it was raining, she walked to work. 即使下雨，她也是走着去 工作的。
Page 13 2. However, those who are blind or deaf, wish to see or hear every moment of their lives, such as Helen Keller. 但 是那些失明或是失聪的人, 却希望在生活中的每一刻都能看到 或听到，正如海伦 · 凯勒一样。 however 作为连词时，通常意为 “ 但是 ” ，位于它所引导的从 句之前或之后，或位于第一个词或短语之后。如： I’ll offer help to Tom. However, he may not want it. 我要给 汤姆提供帮助，然而他可能不需要。
Page 14 3. It seemed that no one could help Helen until Anne Sullivan came. 似乎没有人可以帮助海伦，直到安妮 · 沙利文来到海伦的身边。 seem 是连系动词，意思是 “ 好像 ” 、 “ 似乎 ” 。 It seems/seemed +that 从句，译为 “ 看起来好像 ……” 。 如： It seemed that nobody knew anything about the matter. 看来没有人知道这件事。 4. At last Helen did go to college and completed her studies with high honors. 最后海伦确实上了大学，并且以优异的成绩完成了学业。 助动词 “do” 在本句中起强调谓语的作用。在英语中，通常把助动词 do ， does ， did 放在一般现在时和一般过去时的句子中动词原形前， 以强调谓语。如： He did tell all that had happened to him. 他确实把发生的事情都说 了。