总课时数 28 科目 高一英语
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课题名称 book3 module2 extensive reading
learning aim: 1. to revise some words and expressions in this module;
2. to practice reading skills.
difficult and important points: 1. questions about the texts;
2. some phrases and sentences in the texts.
learning methods: group work, discussing, etc.
activity 1. read the passage on page 19 and answer these questions:
1. what do oxford and grenoble have in common?
2. what’s town twinning?
3. what happens when two towns have a town twinning agreement?
4. for whom are town twinning agreement perhaps most useful?
activity 2. read the passage on page 75-76 and decide if the following sentences are true (t) or false (f), then try to correct the false ones:
1. care has projects in all countries of the world. ( )
2. the organization receives all its money from the united nations. ( )
3. life expectancy will increase if poverty is reduced. ( )
4. care is helping people in kenya improve their health care system. ( )
5. in some villages in bangladesh, care has sold people safe water systems. ( )
6. care gives people money to start businesses. ( )
7. care is working on a tourist project in bolivia. ( )
8. producing more food is the main goal of agricultural projects. ( )
you are watching a film in which two men are having a fight. they hit one another hard. at the start they only fight with their fists. but soon they begin hitting one another over the heads with chairs. and so it goes on until one of the men crashes (撞击) through a window and falls thirty feet to the ground below. he is dead！of course he isn't really dead. with any luck he isn't even hurt. why? because the men who fall out of high windows or jump from fast moving trains, who crash cars of even catch fire, are professionals. they do this for a living. these men are called stuntmen. that is to say, they perform tricks. there are two sides to their work. they actually do most of the things you see on the screen. for example, they fall from a high building. however, they do not fall on to hard ground but on to empty cardboard boxes covered with a mattress (床垫). again, when they hit one another with chairs, the chairs are made of soft wood and when they crash through windows, the glass is made of sugar! but although their work depends on trick of this sort, it also requires a high degree of skill and training. often a stuntman' s success depends on careful timing. for example, when he is "blown up" in a battle scene, he has to jump out of the way of the explosion just at the right moment.