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Reading B. New words: Lively (adj.) Hate (v.) Bored (adj.) Knock (v.) Whole (n) Slam (v.) Break (v.) Bite (v.) Ring (n.) Mess (n.) Din (n.)

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1 Reading B


3 New words: Lively (adj.) Hate (v.) Bored (adj.) Knock (v.) Whole (n) Slam (v.) Break (v.) Bite (v.) Ring (n.) Mess (n.) Din (n.)

4 How many people are there in the speakers family? Who are they? The speaker Dad Mum Sister Brother My grandpa Baby

5 Please read the poem and point out the family members. dad the speaker mum sister brother grandfather baby

6 What is she/he /it doing Doors are always slamming. Things falling down. My dad keeps shouting. My mum breaks things. The baby will bite you. My sister cries. My brother roars. My grandpa always slams doors.

7 Discussion: 1. Whats the writers feeling? How do you know? 2.Do you like live in a quiet( ) house or a noisy( ) house? Why?

8 Reading task Reading Task One: read the poem and find out the rhymes( )of the poem. Part One: bored-door[ כ :] Part Two: town-down[au] Part Three: shouting-things-rings[iŋ] Part Four: roars-doors[ כ z] Part Five: address-mess[es] Part Six: din-in[iŋ]

9 Reading Task Two: Look at the picture and read the poem again, then answer the following questions. ( )1. A ____ is probably speaking in the poem. A. dog B. woman C. baby D. boy 2. How can a visitor find the speaker s house? He / She can hear the noise from ten miles away and the outside s a mess.

10 3. What are the members of the writer s family doing? Please describe them in sentences. His dad is shouting loudly. His mum is breaking things. The baby is playing with a rattle. His brother is roaring. His grandpa is slamming the door. The dog is running in rings. His sister is crying.

11 4. What kind of feelings does the writer want to tell the readers? Why do you think so? The writer wants to share the exciting moments in his life with the readers. Though his house seems to be in a mess and the family members always make a lot of noise, the house is very lively and the writer will never feel bored.

12 5. In this poem, the second and the fourth lines of each part rhyme with each other. What does this do with the poem s theme? In this way, the poem moves quickly and the strong rhythm shows that the writer is full of hope for life.

13 If you like to keep lively, If you hate being bored, Just come down to our house! And knock on the door. … My dad keeps shouting,... …… Language Points

14 keep+adj. keep doing (sth.) ( ) We must keep our classroom clean. They kept talking when they met each other.

15 bored boring I was bored when I read the boring story.

16 1.I felt __. It seemed that everything was __. A. bored; boredB. boring; boring C. bored; boringD. boring; bored 2. Tom keeps _____ playing football. He is good at it. A. practise B. practising C. to practiseD. practises C B

17 3. If you eat less meat and more vegetables, you will _____ ________. keep healthy

18 And our dog runs in rings. run in rings in rings in pairs in groups 1. The children sat ____ ____ round the teacher. 2. The students discussed the problem ____ ________ in rings in groups

19 1. I m b____. Let s find something funny to do. 2. I h____ onion. Don t put any in the soup. 3. There is not a dull line in the w____ of the article. I believe you will like it too. 4. Don t k_____ at the door. Just ring the bell. ored ate hole nock

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