Unit 3 Directions and Signs. Section I Talking Face to Face Section II Being All Ears Section III Maintaining a Sharp Eye Section Ⅳ Trying Your Hand. Section I Talking Face to Face. Part I Leading in Part II Further Practice Part III Assignment. Part Ⅰ Leading in.
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Unit 3 Directions and Signs
Section ITalking Face to Face
Section IIBeing All Ears
Section IIIMaintaining a Sharp Eye
Section ⅣTrying Your Hand
Talking Face to Face
Part I Leading in
Part II Further Practice
Part III Assignment
1. Dividing the students into groups
2. Offering the situations
Each group should choose one of the situations and
work together to form a dialogue and then act out.
3. Acting out and comments
The fellow students make comments on the performance:
the appropriateness of their English; and then the summarizes this part.
(Refer to the workbook)
Being All Eyes
Listen and decode
Decode the message by filling in the blanks.
Listen and respond
Answer the following questions orally.
Listen and complete
Fill in the blanks.
Listen and judge
The multiple choices to each of the questions will be given, after listening to a dialogue, make a choice from A, B, C or D.
Listen and read
Fill in some blanks . The words in the brackets will give you some hints.
Listen and match
Match the blanks with the right places.
Listen and complete
Fill in the missing words in the following sentences.
Maintaining a Sharp Eye
I Hate Flying
Many people call the reservations office for booking flights. The clerks at the reservations desk are called reservations agents. Their job is to make or confirm reservations. Passengers who have made a reservation for a flight go to the booking office to collect tickets, or the tickets booked can be delivered to them.
Usually you need to arrive at the airport check-in counter (登机手续台), and you need to show your ticket and travel documents like your passport. You have your luggage checked in ( 行李托运 ) there and you’re given a boarding pass (登机牌). This boarding pass shows that you have completed the check-in procedure and can board your plane. Now you go through the security check ( 安全检查 ), where your hand-on luggage is searched. In the departure lounge (候机室) you sit and wait until your flight is called to depart.
A large number of flight attendants are
women. Also called airhostesses(空姐) or
stewardesses(乘务员), they provide service
1. on the/one’s way to...
when traveling to a place 在去…的路
2. reservation n. a booking (of a room, seat, etc); a doubt in one’s mind 预订(房间、车票); 保留（意见）
e.g. On his way to the office, he realized he had left the report
I usually stop by the supermarket on my way home.
e.g. My travel agent has made all the reservations for my journey.
I have some reservations about the truth of his story.
3. check in v. to report one’s presence or arrival (as at a hotel, an airport etc.) 办理( 旅馆入住、登机等) 手续
4. flight n. the act of flying; a trip by plane 飞行；航班
e.g. Flight 586 will arrive on schedule.
He will take the 10:15 flight to Boston.
e.g. I’d like a seat next to the window.
He earns next to nothing.
5. next to prep. close beside; almost 贴近, 靠近; 几乎
6. go wrong to make a mistake; to stop working properly 出错; 出故障; 出毛病
7. take off
e.g. Take off your coat and put it here.
When will your plane take off?
e.g.He seems to be angry after hearing the news.
It seems that you are mistaken.
Everyone seems to be well prepared.
e.g. The plates crashed onto the floor.
The two cars crashed into each other on the highway.
All passengers died in the air crash.
e.g. It is not absolutely impossible to cross the desert by car.
This tape recorder is absolutely useless.
e.g. Relatively speaking, he is very intelligent.
e.g. Somehow I lost my way.
We have to work it out somehow.
1．(Para.2) It took fifteen minutes for her to realize that she had spelled my name incorrectly.
2．(Para. 2) She gave me my ticket and told me I’d better check in my luggage quickly, or I’d miss my flight.
3．(Para. 4)I found my seat and discovered that I was sitting next to a four-year-old boy who had a cold.
4．(Para. 5) I looked out of the window and --oh my God--there was smoke coming out of the wing.
5. (Para. 6) We are having a slight technical problem with one of our engines.
6. (Para. 6) Please remain seated and keep your seat belts fastened.