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Page 2 Unit 2 Friendship In this unit, you will 1. know some ways of making friends; 2. discuss what real friendship is; 3. understand the importance of friendship; 4. improve your English skills and English teaching techniques.
Page 3 1. Do you know any sayings about friendship? 2. Do you have any friends? Who are they? 3. How do you make friends?
Page 4 The following dialogue will tell you an interesting way to make friends. Mrs. Carey: How do you do! I am Mrs. Carey. I am a new comer. Mrs. Miller: How do you do! I am Mrs. Miller. Where do you live? Mrs. Carey: I live next door to you. I come to ask for two eggs, because I want to bake a cake Mrs. Miller: No problem, you may have the eggs. Come in, please. (That afternoon there was another tap on the door. Mrs. Miller opened it. There stood a boy. ) Tom: Hello, My mother asked me to send you this cake and these two eggs. Mrs. Miller: Why, thank you, May I know your name? Tom: Sure, my name is Tom Carey. Mrs. Miller: Please come in and meet my son, Bob. Bob: Now I have someone to play with. Tom: Mother said we would soon be good friends. Bob: I am glad your mother borrowed two eggs from us. Tom: She didn’t really need two eggs. She just wanted to make friends with your mother! Bob: That is a funny way to make friends, but it’s a nice way and it worked.
Page 5 Activity 1 Listening Comprehension 1. Who was Mrs. Carey? 2. Why did Mrs. Carey ask for eggs? Activity 2 Speaking Practice 1. Act out the dialogue according to the following tips. AB How do you do! Where do you live?I live next door. May I know your name?Sure, my name is Tom Carey.
Page 6 2. Talk about some qualities ( 品质 ) that a good friend should have. 3. Make up a dialogue according to the following situation. In a street, you met your former classmate, Xiao Li by chance. She wanted to introduce her friend, Li Hua to you. All of you become friends in the end.
Page 7 Pre-reading 1. Are you afraid of death? Will you give your life to your friend? 2. What will you do when your friend is in trouble? She Is My Friend
Page 8 She is my friend The story happened in Vietnam during the war. One day a bomb landed in an orphanage and several children were wounded. People in the village made a request for medical help from the nearby field hospital. A doctor and a nurse arrived there soon. They found out an 8-year-old girl was the most seriously injured. Without a quick transfusion, she would die of loss of blood. A quick test showed that several uninjured orphans had the same blood type as the girl’s. But the doctor knew little Vietnamese, so he explained to the frightened orphans that the girl would certainly die unless her lost blood was replaced. Then he asked if anyone was willing to give blood to her, but nobody answered. After a while, the doctor noticed that a small hand was slowly raised, dropped back and then raised again. That was Heng’s hand.
Page 9 Heng quickly lay on a bed, and then a needle was inserted in his arm. Suddenly he let out a sob, covering his face with his other hand. “Are you hurt?” the doctor asked him. He shook his head. But soon his occasional sobs turned to a steady and silent crying. He closed his eyes tightly, with his teeth biting the fist. At that time, a Vietnamese nurse came to help him and she spoke to the boy in Vietnamese. The little boy stopped crying at once. A look of happiness spread over his face. Later, the Vietnamese nurse said to the doctor, “The little boy thought that he was dying because he misunderstood you. The little girl would die if he didn’t give her all his blood. “But why was he still willing to do so?” the doctor asked. The nurse repeated the doctor’s question to the little boy. The little boy answered, “Because she is my friend!”
Page 10 Bake vi. 烘面包； vt. 烤，烘焙 work vi. 起作用； vt. 使工作；经营 Vietnam n. 越南（南亚国家） Vietnamese n. 越南人，越南语； adj. 越南的 bomb n. 炸弹； vt.& vi. 炸，投弹 orphan n. 孤儿； adj. 孤儿的； vt. 使成孤儿 orphanage n. 孤儿院 wounded n. 受伤者，伤员； adj. 受伤的 injured adj. 受伤的；受损害的 transfusion n. ［临床］ 输血，输液，倾注
Page 11 Loss n. 减少；亏损；失败；遗失 frightened adj. 害怕的 insert vt. 插入，嵌入 occasional adj. 偶然的，临时的，特殊场合的 sob n. 啜泣，呜咽； vt. 哭诉，啜泣 steady adj. 稳定的，不变的； vt. 使稳定 tightly adv. 紧紧地，坚固地 fist n. 拳头； vt. 紧握；拳打 misunderstand vt. 误解，误会 drop back 落回；投回；落在后面 be willing to 乐于；愿意
Page 12 1. One day a bomb landed in an orphanage and several children were wounded. 有一天，一枚炸弹落在一所孤儿院里，有几名儿童受了伤。 2. Without a quick transfusion, she would die of loss of blood. 如果不立刻输血，她就会因为流血过多而死去。 (1) die of 因 …… 死亡，死于（主要指疾病、衰老等自身的原因 ) ，如： die of illness (heart trouble, cancer, a fever, etc) (2) die from 死于，死因不是存在人体之内或之上，而是由环境造成的。 ( 主要指事故等方面的外部原因 ) ，如： die from an earthquake (a traffic accident, a lightning, etc) 死于地震 ( 交通事故，雷击等 )
Page 13 3. so he explained to the frightened orphans that the girl would certainly die unless her lost blood was replaced. 因此，他对这些受了惊吓的孤儿们解释 道如果不能补足这个小姑娘失去的血，她一定会死去。 4. After a while, the doctor noticed that a small hand was slowly raised, dropped back and then raised again. 一阵沉默后，医生注意到有一只小手 慢慢地举起来，又放下去，然后又举起来。 5. but soon his occasional sobs turn to a steady and silent crying. 但过了一会儿，他的抽泣声又开始呜咽起来。
Page 14 6. He closed his eyes tightly, with his teeth biting the fist. 他眼睛紧闭着， 用牙咬着自己的小拳头。 With his teeth biting the fist. 此句为 with 引导的独立主格结构。 其结构有 : with + n. + ed/ing 形式 ; with + n. +adj.; with +n. + 介词短语， 如： He fell asleep, with the lamp burning. 他没熄灯就睡着了。 He sat there, with his eyes closed. 他闭目坐在那儿。 Don’t sleep with the windows open. 别开着窗睡觉。 She came in, with a book in her hand. 她手里拿着一本书走了进来。