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高一教案 第675期

Even royalty work hard (P4-5)
山东省烟台第二中学  柳力文
I. Leading-in   
1.What does the word “royalty” refer to in this article?
•The British royal family
2.  How much do you know about the British royal family? 
3.  What do you expect their life to be like?
II. Skimming
Read the article quickly and answer the question.
1.What does the article mainly talk about?
• The duties of the British royal family
2.What kind of life are the Queen and other royal family members living?
• A busy life
III. Scanning
Read the article carefully and answer the following questions.
1.Which members of the British royal family does the article mainly introduce?
•Prince Philip 
•Queen Elizabeth II
•Princess Anne
•Prince William
2. What are they busy with respectively? (Key words)
Challenge yourself:
Can you retell the sentences introducing their tasks using the information in the previous table? 
3. Who is the busiest among all the family members? What fact shows that?
• The Queen’s only daughter, Princess Anne.
•She carried out over 500 royal engagements in 2016 – more than Princes William and Harry and the Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, combined.
4.What does Prince Philip intend to do this summer? Who will take over his duties?
•Prince Philip is to retire this summer.
•Prince William will take over many of his grandfather’s duties this summer.
5.Why does Prince William “have a long way to go before he matches the status of Philip”?
• Because Prince Philip is plain-speaking, while Prince William is well-mannered. They have different styles and manners in doing things. The writer makes the comparison in a humorous tone.
IV. Language focus-----sentence pattern
1. When Prince Philip announced in early May that he is to retire this summer, many people may have wondered what exactly it is that the husband of Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II will be retiring from.
•be to do:将要做某事
•be about to do:即将,马上就要做某事
•may have wondered:情态动词may+have done 表对过去的推测
•what exactly it is that…是wonder的宾语从句,是一个强调句形式。
2. If there were a prize for busiest royal family member, the Queen’s only daughter, Princess Anne, would win it every year. 
•If I were at school again, I would study harder.
•If you had come earlier, you would have caught the bus.
•If it were raining, we would not have gone climbing yesterday.
3. It should also be remembered that he is juggling 
(忙于应付) his job as an air ambulance pilot, his charity work in which he is so active, and raising a family.
•It should also be remembered that…是一个主语从句。该主语从句中的主要结构是he is juggling his job and raising a family.中间的his charity work in which he is so active是同位语+定语从句。
IV. Language focus-----useful expressions
Read the sentences and figure out the meaning and usage of the expressions.
•He retired as editor last year.
•He is always imagining that we are talking about him behind his back.(误以为;胡乱猜想)
•He has been engaged in so many tasks recently.
•Mary is engaged to Tom.
•Everyone should do his duty for his country.
•He tried every means to fulfill his promise.
V. Post-reading
•Among the family members mentioned in the article, which one do you admire the most, and why?
•What can you learn from them?
Getting most out of living overseas (P4-5)
天津市第三中学  朱煜
I. Warming up   
Have you ever travelled or lived abroad?Which countries have you been to? What did you learn from your experiences? 
II. Fast-reading
1.Which foreign city did the author live in for a short time?
2.What did the author do in this city?
He taught English there.
III. Careful - reading
1. Why do many Europeans want to study abroad?
Because they want to broaden their experiences, add to their language skills and explore new cultures.
2. Why did the author enjoy his six-month stay in Paris?
He was able to appreciate the language, culture and brilliance of the city of light.
3.  What does the phrase “stick out like a sore thumb” mean?
It means when something or someone is clearly and obviously different from the things that are around it.
4. What  is the best way to really experience a new place and master its language?
Befriending locals is the best way. 
5. What is the author’s impression of the views of the city from the front of the Sacre Coeur?
They are incredible and will live with you for a lifetime.
6. What do we know about winter in Paris? 
It is cold but beautiful, with many entertainment activities. 
7. What else do we know about Paris from the last paragraph?
It has many famous museums. It has great nightlife and history.
IV. Vocabulary  
V. Practice
Try to describe one of your favorite cities (in your country or abroad) apart from your hometown.
most interesting entertainment
famous snacks
good places to hang out
Learning to live with no regrets (P6)
山东省烟台第二中学  孔洁
I. Warming up   
Think about the following questions 
•Do you have any regrets about your life? What are they? 
II. Skimming
Read the passage quickly and summarize the main idea of the passage
•The author introduces an old lady who studied in the same university as him. The students in the campus learned a lot from her and she taught them that it’s never too late to be all you can possibly be.
Read the passage quickly and find the answers to the following questions  
1. How did the author meet Rose?
•The author met Rose on his first day of school when his professor challenged them to get to know someone they didn’t already know. 
•2. Why was Rose in college at 87 years old?
•She always dreamed of having a college education and then she got one.
•3. What are the secrets to staying young?
•To stay young, you have to laugh and find humor every day and you’ve got to have a dream. 
•4. According to Rose, what’s the difference between growing old and growing up?
•In her opinion, there is a huge difference between growing older and growing up. Anybody can grow older. That doesn’t take any talent or ability, but growing up requires finding the opportunity in change. Have no regrets.
•5. What did Rose teach the students? 
•She taught them by example that it’s never too late to be all you can possibly be. 
•6. What do you think of Rose?  (use adjectives to describe her)
•Humorous, enthusiastic, wise, experienced, extroverted, fashionable. 
IV. Language focus-----sentences
Analyze the following sentence structures and pay attention to the useful expressions  
•1. I turned round to find a little old lady looking up at me with a smile that lit up her entire face.
•To find为不定式引导的结果状语
•light up: (使)露出喜色;(使)容光焕发
•2. The elderly usually don’t have regrets for what they did, but rather for things they did not do.”
•have regrets for sth: regret doing sth
•but rather: instead
•The elderly usually don’t regret what they did. Instead, they regret things they did not do. 
IV. Language focus----expressions
Find the following expressions in the passage and make sentences with them
•challenge sb to do
•light up
•take on
•dream of 
•campus icon
•dress up 
•a student gathering
•live it up
•deliver one’s speech 
V. Discussion  
Discuss with your groups the following topic. 
•There’s a saying goes: “It’s never too late to learn”. Do you agree with this saying? What’s your understanding of it? 

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