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ZhejiangTechonology Institute of Economy. Fuels and Gasoline. Unit7. Vocabulary. Section I Listening and speaking. Section II Reading. Section III Grammar. Section IV Comprehensive Task. Section I Listen and Speaking. Task 1: Picture recognition Task 2: Read and Match

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Fuels and gasoline

ZhejiangTechonology Institute of Economy

Fuels and Gasoline

Unit7


Fuels and gasoline

Vocabulary

Section I Listening and speaking

Section II Reading

Section III Grammar

Section IV Comprehensive Task


Section i listen and speaking

Section I Listen and Speaking

Task 1: Picture recognition

Task 2: Read and Match

Task 3: Speak Out

Task 4: Listen and practice

Task 5: Act out


Fuels and gasoline

Look at the following five pictures. For each picture you will hear four statements. Choose the statement that best describes what you see in the picture.

A

B

Picture 2

Picture 3

Picture 1

E

F

D

Picture 4

Picture 6

Picture 5

5

6

2

3

1

4


Read and match read the outer structure of an auto and make a match

Read and match. Read the outer structure of an auto and make a match.

F

E

( )2. pump nozzle

( )1.gasolinepump

A

E

F

B

( )3.pump attendant

B

D

C

( )4. oil display rack

( )5. safety post

D

A

( )6. trash can

C


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Task 3: Speak out. Look at the pictures in Task1 and Task2, ask your partner the following questions, and organize the sentences.

  • 1.Are you familiar with those facilities appeared in task 1 and task2? Can you offer some other facilities in a gase station?

  • 2.Talk about safty issues in a gase station with your partner.

  • 3.Give suggestions to a local gase station to improve its safty standards.


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Task 4:Listen and practice. Listen to the dialogues, fill in the missing information, and practice them with your partner.

Dialogue 1

Attendant: Can I help you, sir?

Sam: Yes, I've been sitting here for a few minutes. I'm waiting for someone to put__________in my car.

Attendant: I'm sorry, sir. But this is the__________pump.

Sam: Self-service?

Attendant: Yes. You must__________up the car yourself.

Sam: Are you serious?

Attendant: Yes. Are you traveling here?In America, most gas stations are like this.

Sam: Do I really have to do it? I don't know how.

Attendant: Well, I will do it for you this time. But next time, if you want a__________gas station, you should look at the__________. There will be a smaller sign that says “Self-Serve” or “Full-Service.” And some gas stations have both.

Sam: I see.

gas

self-service

fill

full-service

sign


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Task 4:Listen and practice. Listen to the dialogues, fill in the missing information, and practice them with your partner.

Dialogue 2

take

Attendant: Hi, what kind of gas does this car __________?

Sam: I don't know. It's a__________.

Attendant: I will give you premium unleaded. Alright?

Sam: Well, I don't want it then. Can I move to another__________?

Attendant: Yes,I can give you regular unleaded. But you have to back up the car a little.

Sam: Give me__________unleaded then. I will back up. Can you wash my windows for me?

Attendant: I'm sorry,sir. This is not a__________service gas station.

Sam: Really?Well, I guess I have to get used to it.

rental

pump

regular

full


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Task 5: Act out. Take Task 4 as example, practice dialogues according to the situations provided with your partner.

1

Mark and Tony are in a self-serve gase station; they are talking about the advantages and disadvantages of customer service it provides.

2

Tom got his driving license last month, Linda is giving some tips for him to understand the fueling procedure in a normal gas station.


Section ii reading

Section II Reading

Reading A

Reading B


Reading a

Reading A

Task 1

Task 2


Reading a1

Reading A

Hydrogen Fueling Station

With the opening of the first hydrogen fueling station at Aiken, researchers from South Carolina seem to have materialized what they have been preaching for the past few years. With a ribbon-cutting ceremony, the “Hydrogen Highway” road sign was revealed and a full demonstration describing the fueling process was given by the officials. This simple fueling procedure includes a locking nozzle attached to the standard-sized opening situated at the side of vehicle. Once the pump self-checks, fueling starts, which can be heard easily as in the case of gasoline.

12


Reading a2

Reading A

With the inauguration of this fueling station, the National Hydrogen Conference, which is expected to gather more than 1,000 researchers, entrepreneurs and others to the state for future discussion about hydrogen research, has also started. South Carolina Speaker Bobby Harrel assured that hydrogen will be the next viable energy source of the nation in the future. Furthermore, details suggest that with the increase in demand of hydrogen as fuel, the price will also fall.


Reading a3

Reading A

C

  • 1. According to the passage, which item can best explain the word “materialized” in the first paragraph?

    • A.make something go wrong

    • B.disappointed

    • C.become actual or real

    • D.caused

  • 2.Where is the first hydrogen fueling station located?

    • A.Tokyo

    • B.North Carolina

    • C.Boston

  • D.Aike

D


Reading a4

Reading A

  • 3.According to the passage, which item can best explain the word “inauguration” in the second paragraph?

    • A.construction

    • B.operating

    • C.building

    • D.the act of starting a new operation or practice

D

  • 4. Which of the following is NOT true about hydrogen fueling station?

    • A.It will be the next viable energy source of the nation in the future.

    • B.Researchers from South Carolina seem to have realized their dreams.

    • C.The National Hydrogen Conference is expected to gather more than 1,000 researchers, entrepreneurs and others.

    • D.The price for hydrogen fueling may go up in a few years.

D


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Task 2

Task 1

Reading B

Task 3


Reading b shell s experimental automated gas station

Reading B Shell's Experimental Automated Gas Station

If you find yourself at a loss for some polite conversation with the gas station attendant, soon you may not have to worry. That's because full automation is about to enter the filling station arena. Soon, there will be no one to say, "Fill 'er up," to anymore. In fact, you won't even have to get out of your car.

Shell Oil already has a fully automated fuel pump up and running in Elk Grove, California, a few miles south of Sacramento. The company hopes to take the program nationwide over the next few years. The system centers around a fueling robot, which does everything but clean your windshield and engage in friendly banter. Before you can use the system, however, you must equip your car with a special transponder and a special gas cap, both of which are provided by Shell.


Reading b auto maintenance

Reading B Auto Maintenance

Here's how it works:

You pull into the station and an electronic sensor reads the transponder that you've placed on the dashboard, visor or wherever it can be read. As you pull in, the information from the transponder identifies your car's make and model. That's important, because it tells Shell's robot fueling system, called a Smart Pump, exactly where your fuel-filler door is located.

By now you've parked. A pay module moves to the driver's window. You swipe your payment card through the slot, choose the grade of gasoline you want, then hit the interior release for your car's fuel-filler door if your car is so equipped. Meanwhile, an overhead 3D camera validates the make and model of your car. It also reads exactly how you've parked–whether your vehicle is alongside the pump island or a little askew from it. The 3D camera feeds your car's position to a "vision" computer and adds this information to that of the transponder.


Reading b auto maintenance1

Reading B Auto Maintenance

Based on these inputs, the Smart Pump's robot arm moves to the proper side of your car and slowly lowers itself. It stops at just the right height a few inches from your fuel-filler door. A suction cup above the fill nozzle gently opens your filler door, then retracts. Finally, the fuel nozzle inserts itself through the special cap. The nozzle extends a few inches down into your tank and automatically fills it.

And that's basically it. Shell adapted the concept after a Canadian company, International Submarine Engineering, originally developed the technology to fuel F-15 jet fighters while in flight. Shell's Smart Pump automatically fills your car's tank. All you need to do is pull up to the

pump and swipe your credit card.


Task 1 read and judge read the passage and judge whether the statement is true or false

Task 1: Read and judge. Read the passage and judge whether the statement is true or false.

T

( )1. You won't even have to get out of your car in an automated gas station.

( )2. The fully automated gas station has been applied nationwide.

( )3. As center of the system, the fueling robot could even clean your windshield and engage in friendly banter.

( )4. Any car could use the automated gas station without any preparation.

( )5. The concept was originally developed for the F-15 jet fighters while in flight.

F

F

F

T


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Task 2: Read, complete and retell. Read the passage again and fill in the blanks with the information in the passage, and then try to retell the passage.

programme

Shell Oil hopes to take its SmartPump__________nationwide over the next few years. The system is based on a__________robot. However, people must__________their cars with a special transponder and a special gas cap. The information from the transponder__________your car's make and__________. It tells Shell's robot fueling system where your__________door is located. Then a pay module moves to the driver's window for him to swipe the payment card through the slot. After that, the__________arm moves to the proper side of your car and slowly lowers itself to the right height. Finally, the fuel__________inserts into the__________and__________fills it.

fueling

equip

Identifies

model

fuel-filler

robot

nozzle

automatically

tank


Task 3 revise and translate translate the following sentences into chinese

Task 3: Revise and Translate. Translate the following sentences into Chinese.

  • Full automation is about to enter the filling station arena.

  • 2. The system centers around a fueling robot, which does everything but clean your windshield and engage in friendly banter.

  • 3. It also reads exactly how you've parked–whether your vehicle is alongside the pump island or a little askew from it.

全自动化即将被引入加油站。

该系统设计的主体是一个加油机器人,它可以实现除了清洁挡风玻璃与聊天之外的任何任务。

它还能够识别您是否停车到位---您的车是停在了油泵边还是稍有歪斜。


Task 3 revise and translate translate the following sentences into chinese1

Task 3: Revise and Translate. Translate the following sentences into Chinese.

  • 4. It stops at just the right height a few inches from your fuel-filler door.

  • 5. Shell adapted the concept after a Canadian company, International Submarine Engineering, originally developed the technology to fuel F-15 jet fighters.

它会在合适的高度停止, 距离您的油箱盖几英寸处.

壳牌公司从一家加拿大的国际潜水艇工程公司引入了这一概念,原先是为了给

F-15战斗机加油而研发的技术。


Grammar

Grammar

Grammar

Task 1

Task 2


Tag question sentence

Tag question sentence


Tag question sentence1

Tag question sentence


Tag question sentence2

Tag question sentence


Task 1 fill in the blanks with proper words

Task 1: Fill in the blanks with proper words..

eating

working

  • There was a tractor __________ (work) and some cows __________ (eat) grass on the farm.

  • 2. Look! There __________ (come) the No.7 bus.

  • 3. There must __________ (be) somebody in the corner because there was something _____ ___(move) quickly.

  • 4. There __________ (be) a writer and two singers in our school last week.

  • 5. Once there __________ (live) some hard-working people in the forest.

comes

be

moving

was

lives


Task 2 translate the following sentences with tag english

Task 2: Translate the following sentences with tagEnglish.

  • 他没必要来机场接我,不是吗?

  • 2.汤姆从未见过他祖父,不是吗?

  • 3.她肯定是一名销售员,不是吗?

  • 4.我相信托尼说的是实话,不是吗?

  • 5.他没必要等我那么久,不是吗?

.

There is no need for him to pick me up at airport, is it?

Tom never met his grand father, did he?

She must be a sales woman, isn’t she?

I believe that Tony is telling the truth, isn’t it?

There is no need for him to wait me for so long, isn’t it?


Section iv comprehensive task

Section IV ComprehensiveTask

(II) Presentation

(I) Applied Writing


I applied writing

(I) Applied Writing

Introduction to the product

Introduction to the product need to communicate your product's most appealing features in a short message. Use short, active sentences that are easy to read and remember.

The main content usually include:

1) Thank the reader for his/her past business

2) Tell the recipient the name of the product at first

3) List and discribe the features and benefits of the product

4) Provide brief background information about the business offering the product

5) Indicate how people can find out more information or buy the product

6) Close by reiterating how valuable the customer is to you and, if desired, by

mentioning your hope that the reader will buy the product you areoffering.

Sample 2

Sample 1


Sample

Sample


Sample1

Sample


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Task:

  • Write a letter to ABC Company, introduce a new product, and express your wishes for them to buy the product you are offering.


Ii presentation

(II) Presentation

  • Searchthe library or the internet for more detailed information about fuels and gasoline and

  • give a presentation about the procedure of gas fueling in a gas station.

Students can choose one of the two tasks, work in groups, and prepare for an in-class presentation.


Self evaluation

Self-Evaluation

  • 1.I think the topic is __________.

  • A. interesting B. boring C. meaningless D. Just so so

  • 2.The listening practice is __________.

  • A. easy B. difficult C. acceptable D. boring

  • 3.I can say__________ about the topic after the models.

  • A. something B. nothing C. little D. a lot

  • 4.I can deal with the reading materials __________.

  • A.with the help of dictionary B. with the help of teacher

  • C. all on my own D. sorry, it is beyond my ability.

  • 5.I think the grammar part is __________.

  • A. too easy B. difficult

  • C. about my level D. meaningless


Self evaluation1

Self-Evaluation

  • 6.I think the applied writing is __________.

  • A. difficult B. easy and practical

  • C. both acceptable in the two Tasks

  • D. ok in task1 but difficult in task 2

  • 7.I __________to cooperate with partners to fulfill the presentation part.

  • A. am willing B. am reluctant C. am happy D. have to

  • 8.I __________ in English class.

  • A.always have something to do

  • B.often absent-minded

  • C.am active

  • D.can follow the teacher


New words

New Words:


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New Words:


New words2

New Words:


Useful phrases expressions

Useful Phrases & Expressions


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