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Unit 5 Nelson Mandela---a modern hero

  The First Period Reading

    一、Teaching Aims  教学目标

  Teaching contains      From page 33-35

  1.Target language语言目标

  a. 重点词汇和短语

  period, advise…on, continue, fee, fare, gold, be worried about, out of work, stage, vote, position, accept, violence, as a matter of fact, blow up, put in prison, equal, make + O + adj, imagine, in one way, blankets, degree, allow sb to do, guard, stop from, educated, come to power, beg for, terror, fear, cruelty, reward, rights, be proud to do.

  b. 重点句子

  It was in 1952 and he had opened a black law firm to advise poor black people on their problems. P34

  After trying hard, I got a job in a gold mine. P34

  He told me how to get the correct papers so I could in Johannesburg. P34

  2.Ability goals 能力目标

  Talk about great people      Express your points of view

  Use the Attributive Clause with prep. Or the Relative Adverbs: Where, when, and whyLearn to write a passage about a great person.

  3.Learning ability goals 学能目标

  Improve the Ss’ abilities of listening and speaking.

  Enable the Ss to understand the important events completely.

  Enable the Ss to get a good mastery of some words and expressions.

  Enable the Ss to learn about the expressions of some famous people

  Enable the students to learn how to talk about the famous great people.

  二、. Teaching important points 教学重点

  Understand the real meaning of the hero / heroine

  Who is your hero / heroine ?     Why do you like him / her so much ?

  三、Teaching difficult points 教学难点

  The Attributive Clause ( 2 ) --- where, when, why.

  Use the Attributive Clause with prep. Or the Relative Adverbs: Where, when, and why

  Learn to write a passage about a great person.

  四、Teaching methods 教学方法

  Fast reading and careful reading

  Asking and answering activity to check the student’s understanding of the text.

  Individual, pair or group work to finish each other      Discussion

  五、Teaching aids 教具准备

  Slide projector, Tape-recorder, computer

  六、Teaching procedures and ways 教学过程

  Step 1 Revision

  Go over what has been learned in the last period.

  Who do you admire greatly? Yao ming Luxun Newton

  Step 2 Background about some characters

  William Tyndale

  William Tyndale ( 1484-1536 ) was a 16th century priest and scholar who translated the Bible into an early form of Modern English. Although numerous partial and complete English translations had been made from the 7th century onward, Tyndale’s was the first to take advantage of the new medium of print, which allowed for its wide distribution. Beside translating the Bible, he also held and published views which were considered heretical, first by the Catholic Church, and later by the Church of England which was established by Henry VIII. Because his Bible translation also include notes and commentary promoting these views. His translation was banned by the authorities, and he himself was burned at the stake in 1536, at the instigation of agents of Henry VIII and the Anglican Church .

  Gandhi

  Gandhi ( Oct,2 1869- Jan, 30, 1948 ) was one of the founding fathers of the modern Indian state and an influential advocate of pacifism as a means of revolution. He helped bring about India’s independence from British rule, inspiring other colonial peoples to work for their own independence and ultimately dismantle the British Empire and replace it with the Commonwealth .His principle of satyagraha , often roughly translated as “ way of truth ”, has inspired generations of democratic anti-racist activities including Martin Luther King , Jr and Nelson Mandela . He often stated his values were simple: truth and non –violence. Neil Alden Armstrong

  Neil Alden Armstrong ( Aug, 5 1930 ) is an American pilot , astronaut, and the first person to walk on the moon .He was born in Wapakoneta , Ohio and served in the Korean War as a jet fighter pilot for the US. Navy. He attended Purdue University, where he was a member of a fraternity, Phi Delta Theta , and received a Bachelor of Science degree in 1955. The he became a civilian test pilot for NASA and piloted the 4000 mi/h X-15 rocket plane. From 1960 to 1962 he was a pilot involved in the cancelled U.S During the actual mission, he took manual control of the Lunar Module Eagle and piloted it away from a rocky area to a safe landing. Several hours later he climbed out of the LM and became the first person to flub line on the moon, with the words “That’s one small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind.”

  Abraham Lincoln

  President Abraham Lincoln, the sixteenth president of the United States (1861- 1865 )

  Albert Einstein

  Albert Einstein is one of the greatest scientists of the century in the world. He was born in Germany. His theory in physics helped the world to know more about the universe. So he was given the Noble Prize in 1921. However , in 1930s , because of Hitler’s rule, he was forced to leave his homeland and go to the U.S.A. He lived the rest of his life there and died in 1955, at the age of 76.

  Marie Curie

  Marie Curie ( 1867- 1934 ) , Polish scientist , ws born in Warsaw , on Nov 7th , 1867 , and died in France, on 4th July 1934. She graduated in Mathematics and Physical Science and got married in 1895 with the French physicist , Pierre Curie. During her work , the Curie couple discovered a new radioactive element named polonium in honor to Marie’s homeland . Together with Becquerel, she obtained the Noble Prize for Physics in 1903. She founded the Radium Institute of Paris , and was the main responsible until her death. In 1911 she was awarded the Noble Prize for Chemistry.

  Sun Yatwen

  Sun Yatwen ( Sun Yixian , Sun Zhongshan , SunWen 1866- 1925 ) is considered the founding father of modern China. Born in a peasant family . He was accorded the appellant of “ pioneer of the revolution ”

  Qian Xuesen

  He is widely considered as the “ father of the Chinese space program ”. As one of the leading rocket engineers at the California Institute of Technology. In the 1990s , he , who had worked on top-secret projects all his life, become one of the most well – known intellectuals.

  Step 3 Reading

  Get the students to comprehend the passage quickly and accurately, and

  meanwhile help the Ss to form a good habit of reading. Read the passage on P34 to

  get the answers to Part 1 and Part 2 of comprehending.

  Silent reading

  Read the text through in 3 mins, and then try to find the main idea of the text:

  It tells us sth. that happened before Read the passage on Page 34 to get the answers to Part 1 and Part 2 of comprehending. ( 5 mins )

  Understanding ideas

  1. Why did Elias support Nelson Mandela?

  2. What problems did Elias have?

  3. Why did he support violence when he did not agree with it?

  4. What would you have done if you were Elias?

  Discussion of ideas

  Here are some possible questions students could talk about:

 

 

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