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Slide1:  Unit 2 The Olympic Games Period 1&2: 幻灯片9-31页 Slide2:  Quiz about 1. When did the ancient Olympic Games start? A. 1896 B. 1906 C. 776 BC 3. What was rewarded to the winners in ancient Olympic Games? A. Metals B. Medals C. Olive wreath 2. When did the ancient Olympic Games stop? A. 393BC B. 393 AD C. 311AD Warming up---- Quiz (2m) Slide3:  5. Which sport is in the Winter Olympic Games? A. badminton B. basketball C. speed skating D. soccer 4. How many gold medals did China get in the 2004 Athens Olympics? A. 26 B. 28 C. 30 D. 32 Slide4:  Swifter, higher, stronger Athens, Greece Beijing, China Athens, Greece Summer ~ Winter ~ Sydney, Australia Sets/ Kinds Motto(格言,口号) Host city of the first Olympics Host city of 2000 Olympics Host city of 2004 Olympic Host city of 2008 Olympics Slide5:  higher swifter stronger Slide6:  What do the five rings mean? The five interlocking rings stand for friendship of five continents. Europe Asia Africa Oceania America Slide7:  What do Pausanias and Lily possibly talk about? Slide8:  What do they mainly talk about? 2. What does he say when he hears that women are also allowed to join in ? 3. How does Pausanias feel when he hears the Olympic Games are also about being able to run faster, jump higher and throw further? A. Surprised B. Happy C. Sad Scanning Reading-I----scanning (2m) Slide9:  1. What do they mainly talk about? 2. What does he say when he hears that women are also allowed to join in ? Scanning They mainly talk about the ancient and modern Olympic Games esp. the similarities and differences. “Please stop! All those events, all those countries and even women taking part!” he says. Slide10:  3. How does Pausanias feel when he hears the Olympic Games are also about being able to run faster, jump higher and throw further? A. Surprised B. Happy C. Sad D. Astonished Scanning Slide11:  Yes No all over the world only in Greece both only men olive wreath medals Yes No More events Less events Reading-II----detailed reading (5m) Slide12:  every 4 years every 4 years Yes Yes Swifter, higher, stronger Swifter, higher, stronger races, horse riding … races, horse riding … Read the text again and answer the following five questions.:  Read the text again and answer the following five questions. What upset Pausanias about the modern Winter Olympic Games? What amazes Pausanias about the modern Summer Olympic Games? Why does Pausanias think Ahens, Greece and Bejing, China should feel proud? Why does Pausanias think People may be competing for money in the modern Olympic Games? What makes Pausanias happy about the modern Olympic Games? Reading-III----detailed reading (5m) Slide14:  What upset Pausanias about the modern Winter Olympic Games? What amazes Pausanias about the modern Summer Olympic Games? Pausanias was upset because he finds that so many things in the ancient Olympic Games have been changed in the modern Games. Pausanias is amazed that so many countries take park in the modern Olympic Games and that women can also compete. Slide15:  3. Why does Pausanias think Ahens, Greece and Bejing, China should feel proud? 4. Why does Pausanias think People may be competing for money in the modern Olympic Games? Pausanias thinks that Athens, Greece and Beijing China should both feel proud as they can host the Olympic Games which is a great honour. Pausanias thinks people may be competing for money in the modern Olympic Games because he feels so much has changed since his original ancient Olympic Games. Slide16:  5. What makes Pausanias happy about the modern Olympic Games? Pausanias is happy that the ideals of running faster, jumping higher and throwing further are still present in the modern Olympic Games. Slide17:  (1) Suppose you are Pausanias. Now you meet your old friend /your wife/ mother and you talk with him / her about the modern Olympics. (2) Suppose you are Lily. Now you meet your old friend/ mother /teacher and you talk with him/her about the ancient Olympics. You may begin like this: Friend--- Hi, Pausanias! I haven’t seen you for days. Where have you been? P– I went to visit a girl in the year 2004… Speaking (5m) Slide18:  What can we do to prepare for the 2008 Olympic Games as a …? New Beijing Great Olympics Discussion (5m) Slide19:  We should study hard to learn more knowledge learn English well to communicate with the foreigners do the propaganda(宣传) work collect money for the Olympic Games do the service work promote physical culture and build up our health Slide20:  http://www.olympic.org http://www.specialolympics.org http://www.beijing-2008.org http://www.athens.olmpics.org Hot links to Websites Related to the Olympics on the Internet: Homework:  Homework Surf the Internet to find more information about Olympic Games. You are expected to share it with your peers in the next class. Slide24:  Unit 2 The Olympic Games Period 3: 幻灯片32-54页 Checking answer – I (3m) Answer keys for Ex.2 on Page 12::  1. honest 2. medal 3. gymnasium 4. stadium 5. admit 6. take part in 7. replace 8. prize 9. a set of 10. interview Checking answer – I (3m) Answer keys for Ex.2 on Page 12: Checking answer – II (4m) Answer keys for Ex.3 on Page 12::  Checking answer – II (4m) Answer keys for Ex.3 on Page 12: take part in prize medal honest 5. admit 6. stadium 7. interview 8. replace Checking answer – III ( 4m ) Answer keys for Ex.5 on Page 12::  Checking answer – III ( 4m ) Answer keys for Ex.5 on Page 12: in against/with for into as to with Useful structure ( 30m ):  Useful structure ( 30m ) Active and Passive Voice:  Active and Passive Voice Forming Tenses of Passive Verbs :  Forming Tenses of Passive Verbs Uses of Passive Voice :  Uses of Passive Voice Changing a sentence from the active voice to the passive voice involves 3 steps: :  Changing a sentence from the active voice to the passive voice involves 3 steps: Changing the verb involves three steps: :  Changing the verb involves three steps: 1. check the verb tense; use the verb “be” in the same tense; 2. change the verb into a past participle; put this verb after the form of “be”; 3. check that the new verb goes with the new subject. Examples: The Future Passive Voice:  Examples: The Future Passive Voice Slide37:  2. Millions of people will watch the final match on TV. →The final match will be watched on TV by millions of people. →Where will the final match be watched by millions of people? →How will the final match be watched by millions of people? Slide38:  This is Ted’s photo. We miss him a lot. He _______ trying to save a child in the earthquake. A. killed B. is killed C. was killed D. was killing 高考链接 C 解析:答案C。根据题意,此处需用被动形式表达被动意义,B项时态不对。 Slide39:  2. Visitors _______ not to touch the exhibits. A. will request B. request C. are requesting D. are requested 高考链接 D 解析:答案D。题意为“要求参观者不要动展品”,需用被动结构。 Slide40:  3. We didn’t plan our art exhibition like that but it _________ very well. A. worked out B. tried out C. went D. carried on 高考链接 A 解析:答案A。题意为“我们没有那样策划我们的艺术展览,但结果却很好。”只有A项可表达出结果。B项为“试验,试用”,C项意为“进行,进展”,不表示结果,只表示进程,D项意为“继续,进行”,也表达不出结果。 Slide41:  4. It was raining heavily. Little Mary felt cold, so she stood ________ to her mother. A. close B. closely C. closed D. closing 高考链接 A 解析:答案A。从题意看出,此处表示具体意义,指距离近,所以A项正确。 Slide42:  5. It is generally believed that teaching is _________ it is a science. A. as art much as B. much an art as C. as an art much as D. as much as art as 高考链接 D 解析:答案D。根据题意,此处需用as…as 结构,所以B项不对,A,C为语序错误,只有D项结构正确,全句意为“一般认为,教学如同科学一样是一门艺术。” Slide43:  6. At this time tomorrow _______ over the Atlantic. A. we’re going to fly B. we’ll be flying C. we’ll fly D. we’re to fly 高考链接 B 解析:答案B。根据时间状语确定,此处表示将来某一时刻在做的事,需用将来进行时态,C项不是最佳答案,A,D强调计划、打算,意义不当。 Slide44:  7. I keep medicines on the top shelf, out of the children’s __________. A. reach B. hand C. hold D. place 高考链接 A 解析:答案A。本题考查固定短语out of sb’s reach,意为“某人够不到的地方。” Homework:  Homework 1. Summarize the rules of the Future Passive Voice in your own way. 2. Finish the exercises of “Discovering useful structures” on Page 13. Slide47:  Unit 2 The Olympic Games Period 4: 幻灯片55-69页 Do you know any stories or persons in ancient Greek? :  Do you know any stories or persons in ancient Greek? Warming up (3m) Skim the text and find out the main idea of the story.:  Skim the text and find out the main idea of the story. The story is about a princess who races to marry the man that can run faster than her. In order to win the race, a man asks for help from the Goddess of Love. Reading-I----skimming (2m) Slide51:  Scan the passage and find the answers: Who was Atlanta? What was she good at? Who did she want to marry? How could Hippomenes win Atlanta? Reading-II----scanning (2m) Slide52:  Scan the passage and find the answers: Who was Atlanta? 2. What was she good at? She was a Greek princess. She was good at running. Slide53:  Who did she want to marry? 4. How could he Hippomenes win Atlanta? She wanted to marry a man who could run faster than her. He asked for help from the Greek Goddess of Love. The Greek Goddess of Love gave him three golden apples to attract Atlanta’s attention and make her slow down. Slide54:  Read the text again and finish the following true or false exercise. Reading-III----detailed reading (5m) Slide55:  Atlanta could run faster than any man. At first Hippomenes understand why men ran against Atlanta. Atlanta was not confident she would win. She was so angry that she could not run in the Olympics. She made as many men as she could share her pain. Her father did not understand her wish to compete. He did not refuse her wish to choose a husband in a race. F F F T T T T Extensive Reading:  Extensive Reading Let’s read more about ancient Olympic Games. Read the text and find out the main ideas of each part.:  Read the text and find out the main ideas of each part. Main ideas of each part: Daily chronicle: It describes the opening ceremony of the ancient Olympic Games. The dialogue: It tells us the training life of a successful athlete and the rewards that he got for winning the match. Women at the games: A women was discovered in the Olympic Games. She aroused some argument. A law was passed that women were not allowed to take part in the Games. Reading-I----skimming (2m) Slide58:  It was a religious ceremony. Individual athletes offered presents to the God, Zeus, to help them win. They came from all the large towns of Greece. They included Athens, Sparta and Kroton. Reading-II----detailed reading (5m) Slide59:  It took place in the stadium with a trainer. There was not only exercise but a special healthy diet. A wreath made from the leaves of the olive tree. Women could not be trainers even if they had the knowledge and ability. After Peisidorus’ mother was discovered, she was let go instead of being punished Reading-II----detailed reading (5m) Homework:  Homework Surf the Internet to find more stories about the ancient Greek and you are expected to share it with your peers in the next class. Slide63:  Unit 2 The Olympic Games Period 5: 幻灯片70-107页 Slide64:  Before you listen to the tape, please read fast the sentences in Part 2 to get the general idea and choose the best answer. Pre-reading True or False:  True or False This story is about a princess who races because she does not want to marry. This story is about a princess and a man who agree to marry. This story is about a man who cheats to marry a princess. This is a story of how a Goddess helps a man marry a princess. T Listening-I (5m) Work out the order of the story:  Work out the order of the story ( ) One man wanted to win and marry Atlanta very much. ( ) Atlanta married him and they lived happily. ( ) When the race began Atlanta ran past him. ( ) He asked the Goddess of Love for help. ( ) Atlanta was a very beautiful princess. ( ) Many men tried to compete with her, but failed and so were killed. ( ) She stopped to pick them up. ( ) She gave him three golden apples. ( ) She ran too slowly and he won. ( ) He threw the golden apples one after another. ( ) She could run faster than any other man. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Listening-II (5m) Slide67:  Listening to the tape again and fill in the blank. Before you listen, read the part to know the listening points. While you listen, you’d better make notes of the listening points. Teacher may pause where necessary. Listening-III (5m) Listening to the tape again and fill in the blank:  Listening to the tape again and fill in the blank Hippomenes was standing waiting and when Atlantas came out she thought, “__________________________. His death ____________________!” So she said to her father, “_______________________. The race ____________________.” But Hippomenes said, “She has said it: _______________________________________________________________” I don’t want this man to die will not be caused by me Tell him to go away will not be run today she will be married to the man who runs faster than her. Come on now! Let’s run Listening-III (5m) Slide69:  Do you know the following sport items? Pre-reading (2m) Slide70:  table tennis gymnastics Slide71:  fencing tennis Slide72:  swimming shooting Slide73:  toxophily kickboxing Slide74:  baseball basketball Slide75:  wrestling skiing Slide76:  sailing football Slide77:  judo boating Slide78:  cycling weightlifting Slide79:  boxing horse-riding diving Slide80:  track and field events Slide81:  discus throw javelin Slide82:  shot-put Sporting events in the Winter Olympic Games:  Sporting events in the Winter Olympic Games Ice hockey Skiing Ice skating … Sporting events played between teams:  Sporting events played between teams Basketball Volleyball Football Relay race Gymnastics … Sporting events done best by Chinese athletes:  Sporting events done best by Chinese athletes Table tennis Badminton Weight-lifting Gymnastics Shooting Diving … Slide87:  Information about Marathon Modern marathon races reflect the distance a soldier in ancient Greece covered in 490 BC when he carried the news of a Greek military victory from the town of Marathon to Athens. The marathon is traditionally the longest and final event at modern track and field competitions, including those at the Olympic Games. Annual marathons have gained popularity, and races in major cities such as Boston, Los Angeles, and New York, attract thousands of runners. Slide88:  Marathon (sport), running event, traditionally the longest race (42 km, 26 mile) included in track and field competitions. It is the final track and field event held in the Summer Olympic Games. Marathons have become increasingly popular, and well-known marathons such as those held annually in Boston, Massachusetts, and New York City attract thousands of runners and spectators.The best men's times are under 2 hours and 7 minutes. The best women's times are slightly above 2 hours and 20 minutes. Find out the route of Phidippides’ journeys:  Find out the route of Phidippides’ journeys Athens Sparta Marathon Athens Sparta Athens Marathon Athens Listening-I (5m) Listen to the tape and answer the following questions.:  Listen to the tape and answer the following questions. Who was Phidippides? What was his job every day? How did ancient Greeks send message? He was the best runner of Athens. He ran every day and was sent on messages on journeys that lasted many days. The message was sent by runners. Listening-II (5m) Listen to the tape again and answer the following questions.:  Listen to the tape again and answer the following questions. Which two countries was the battle between? What did the leader of Athens tell Phidippides to do? Why? What’s the result of his travel to Sparta? Why was Phippides told to go to Marathon after he got back to Athens? What’s the result of the battle in Marathon? Why did they ask him to run fast from Marathon to Athens after the battle? How is he remembered? Listening-III (7m) Slide92:  Which two countries was the battle between? What did the leader of Athens tell Phidippides to do? Why? Greece and Persia Greeks VS Persian The leader of Athens told Phidippides to go to Sparta to ask for help against the persians. The Greek army was small so they were afraid they would be beaten. Slide93:  3. What’s the result of his travel to Sparta? 4. Why was Phippides told to go to Marathon after he got back to Athens? His journey was not useful as they would not help them. He was told to fight in the Battle of Marathon against the Persians. Slide94:  5. What’s the result of the battle in Marathon? 6. Why did they ask him to run fast from Marathon to Athens after the battle? It was a long, hard battle but at last the Athenians won. The Persians were too confident and so the Greeks were able to beat them. The knew the people of Athens would be worried and they wanted them to know the good news. Slide95:  7. How is he remembered? He is remembered with a race in the Olympic Games which is as long as his run from Marathon to Athens. torch:  torch Slide97:  Lighting the Olympic Flame Three torch-bearers transfer the Olympic flame into a giant cauldron during opening ceremonies at the 1988 Olympic Games in Seoul, South Korea. Each Olympic year officials rekindle the flame from the rays of the sun in Olympia, Greece, the site of the original Olympic Games. A relay of runners then carries the flame to the site of the new games. Listen to the tape and put these sentences in the correct order:  Listen to the tape and put these sentences in the correct order ( ) I start the Olympic Games when the fire in the stadium is lit. ( ) I am happy when new countries get Olympic Medals. ( ) I travel through many countries carried by many athletes. ( ) The sun lights the torch. ( ) I will burn till the end of the Olympic Games. ( ) The last country I visit is the one with the host town for the Olympics. ( ) The greatest honour is for the last athlete who carried me into the stadium. ( ) China came third in the medal tables in Sydney in the 2000 Olympic Games. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Listening-I (7m) Homework:  Homework Retell one story from the listening materials. Slide101:  Unit 2 The Olympic Games Period 6: 幻灯片108-115页 Slide102:  What are your hobbies? How do you become good at them? In pairs carry out a survey of the interests of your classmates. Put them into groups. Carry out a survey of interests. Speaking-I (4m) The students who have the same interests will sit together. And the teacher divide them into groups of four. They will carry out their dialogue by asking each other the following questions: why do you like this sport / music / collection? When do you begin to like it? What’s enjoyable about the hobby? What have you learned from the hobby? After discussion, ask some groups to act their dialogue out.:  The students who have the same interests will sit together. And the teacher divide them into groups of four. They will carry out their dialogue by asking each other the following questions: why do you like this sport / music / collection? When do you begin to like it? What’s enjoyable about the hobby? What have you learned from the hobby? After discussion, ask some groups to act their dialogue out. Dialogue Speaking-II (5m) Slide104:  Students discuss in the group of four about how they train / practise / improve their knowledge, such as by collections. Be ready to talk about what you have to do to study one of the interests or hobbies. List all the things out. Speaking-III (7m) Discussion Slide105:  Write down what you have to do to study a hobby. Imagine that you are writing for someone who has not studied this hobby but is interested in it. Tell them the good things and the bad things. For example: What you need for this hobby; What you need to do to improve your knowledge of the hobby; What is enjoyable about this hobby; What difficulties you might have; What you have learned from this hobby. Writing (20m) Suggested version:  Suggested version Swimming is my favourite sport. I like it because it can bring me much fan. The process of learning swimming is very interesting. You can try different ways of swimming, such as breaststroke and backstroke. You can swim at any time of the year if you like. In hot summer, if you jump into the river or the sea to have a swim, you’ll feel cool and comfortable. Even in cold winter, you can swim if you are brave enough. Even in cold winter, you can swim if you are brave enough. It’s a healthy sport and it can build up your body. If you are a beginner, you must be careful. You’d better not swim alone and bring life buoy with you in case of danger. If you want to be a good swimmer, you must have a lot of practice and have great determination. Homework :  Homework Write a report to the athlete telling him / her about what they need to practise to improve further. Use the form on page 53 to help you. Slide109:  Language points for Reading I Language points for Reading II Video data Slide110:  Pausanias, who was a Greek writer 2,000 years ago, has come on a magical journey to find out about the present day Olympic Games. (P9) Pausanias是2000前的一位希腊作家,他做了一次魔幻的旅行,来打听当代奥林匹克运动会的情况。 go/start/ come/ be on a journey 进行旅行 My father is away on a journey. find out about 弄清有关……的情况 The police are trying hard to find out about the accident. Slide111:  2. I lived in what you call “Ancient Greece” and I used to write about the Olympic Games more than 2,000 years ago. (P9) 我生活在你们所说的“古希腊”,我曾经写过2000年前奥林匹克运动会的情况。 what 引起宾语从句,并在从句中作call的宾语,“Ancient Greece”作宾补。what相当于the place that,因此what不能改为that,也不能改为where,因为where 只能作状语。 After many days’ voyage, they arrived in what is called America now. After a long journey, they came to what was called “Gebi Desert”. Slide112:  I’m still not used to getting up early. The man got used to living in the countryside. Wood can be used to make paper. used to do be/get/ become used to doing be used to do 表示过去经常做某事/ 表示过去的状态 =“习惯于” =“被用于做……”,是被动语态 Slide113:  3. Every four years athletes from all over the world are admitted as competitors. admit vi. & vt. 许可(人或物)进入;让……进入 Only one hundred boys are admitted to the school every year. (2) 容纳 The theatre admits only 200 persons. (3) 承认;供认 I admit my mistake. He admitted having done wrong. Slide114:  4. No other country could join in, nor could slaves or women. 其他国家都不能参加,奴隶和妇女也不行。 nor 用作连词,引起倒装句,意为“也不”。 He never went again, nor did he write to apologize. I don’t know, nor do I care. I have never been dishonest, nor do I mean to start being so now. Slide115:  5. Women are not only allowed to join in but play a very important role, especially in… allow vt. 允许 allow + n./pron. 允许…… allow + n. + to do 允许……干…… allow + doing 允许干…… allow + n. / prep. phr. / adv. 允许…… The law doesn’t allow such an action. My parents won’t allow me to stay out late. The police don’t allow parking in the street. The servant wouldn’t allow him into the house. The doctor allows her up for two hours each day. Slide116:  6. Where will all the competitors be staying? will be staying 是将来进行时态,表示将来某一时刻或某一段时间里正在进行的动作,也可表示预料将要发生的动作。 What will you be doing this time tomorrow afternoon? I won’t be free this morning. I’ll be seeing a friend off. I’ll be telling you about it when we meet again. Slide117:  1. marry 结婚,嫁,娶 A marry B Mary married a rich Frenchman last year. marry A to B 把A 嫁给B He married both his daughters to rich businessmen. adj. married A get/ be married (to B) She has been married for two years. n. marriage Slide118:  amazed= surprised be amazed at sth be amazed to do sth be amazed that… I was amazed at zhang Zhan’s death. I was amazed to hear about his death. I was amazed that he had passed away. amazing = surprising 令人惊奇的 Slide119:  3. promise promise sth He promised a gift for my birthday. promise sb sth He promised me a gift for my birthday. promise (sb) to do sth He promised to buy me a mp3. promise sb that… He promised that he would buy me a mp3. Slide120:  make/ give a promise 许下诺言 keep a promise 遵守诺言 carry out a promise 履行诺言 break a promise 违背诺言

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