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Module 2 Unit 2 Module 2 Unit 2 Reading The Olympic Games The Olympic Games 1. Where did the ancient Olympic Games start ? A. Greece B. Egypt C. Rome 2. How many countries competed in the ancient Olympic Games?

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Module 2 Unit 2

Reading

The Olympic Games

The Olympic Games


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1. Where did the ancient Olympic Games start ?

A. Greece

B. Egypt

C. Rome

2. How many countries competed in the ancient Olympic Games?

A. One B. Two C. Three

Questionnaire


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3. Who could not take part in the ancient Olympic

Games?

A. Men

B. Men and children

C. Slaves and women

4. How many sets are there in the modern Olympic

Games?

A. One

B. Two

C. Three

5. How many sports are there in the Olympic Games?

A. More than 240

B. More than 250

C. More than 260

Questionnaire


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Q1: Who is the interviewer?

Q2: Who is the interviewee?

Q3: What is Pausanias?

Q4: What is Li Yan?

Q5: Where do they come from?

Read the introduction and answer the following questions.

Pausanias.

Li yan.

A Greek writer.

A volunteer for the 2008 Olympic Games.

Pausanias comes from the ancient Greece and Li Yan comes from modern China.


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the spirit and the

honor of the Olympics

the differences

between the

modern and ancient

Olympics

Match.

line 5 to line 35

line 36 to line 53


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Get information about each aspect of the Olympic Games according to Part 1.

Two (winter

&summer)

One (summer)

man,

no slaves or woman

Greece

Every one is allowed.

All over the world


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1. Match the competitions in the Summer according to Part 1.

Olympics and the Winter Olympics.

Get some detailed information from line10 to line 24.

The Winter Olympic

Games

The Summer Olympic

Games

skiing

running races

horse riding

ice skating

swimming

sailing

2.How many sports are there in the Olympic

Games?

Over 250.


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Q1: What should the host countries according to Part 1.

do before they hold the Olympic

Games?

Get to know the village of the Olympic Games from line 25 to 35.

They have many preparations, such as a special village, a main reception building, several stadiums, and a gymnasium.


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What does Part1 mainly talk about? according to Part 1.

Summarize Part 1 (line 5 to line 35)

It mainly talks about the

differences between the

modern and ancient Olympics.


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Practice--- Go back to Questionnaire according to Part 1.

1. Where did the ancient Olympic Games start?

A. Greece

B. Egypt

C. Rome

2. How many countries competed in the ancient Olympic Games?

A. One B. Two C. Three


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3. Who could not take part in the ancient Olympic according to Part 1.

Games?

A. men

B. men and children

C. Slaves and women

4. How many sets are there in the modern Olympic

Games?

A. one

B. two

C. three

5. How many sports are there in the Olympic Games?

A. more than 240

B. more than 250

C. more than 260


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Writing according to Part 1.

Q1: How often are the Olympic Games hold?

( every four years)

Q2: How many sets are there in the modern Olympic

Games? What are they?

(two, the Winter Olympic Games, the Summer Olympic

Games)

Q3: Where do the competitors come from?

( all over the world)

Q4: What competitions are included in the Winter

Olympic Games and the Summer Olympic Games?

Q5: Which Olympic Games do you like better, the Winter

Olympics or the Summer Olympics?

Q6: If you attend the Olympic Games, which sport would

you like to take part in?


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Sample according to Part 1.

Every four years the modern Olympic Games are held. There are two main sets of Games---- the Winter and the Summer Olympics in the modern Olympic Games. People from all over the world can take part in the Olympic Games now while only Greek countries could join in the Games in the past. There are a lot of competitions in the Summer Olympic Games such as running race, swimming, sailing and all the team sports. And there are competitions like skiing and ice skating. I like the Summer Olympic Games better. If I take part in the Olympic Games, I want to be a basketball player. I like cooperating with others, which can strengthen our team spirit. Besides, I can improve my skills by competing with them. Sports can make my life colorful.


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1. Read the text fluently. according to Part 1.

2. Read the passage on P52 and finish the exercise on P53 .

Homework


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Thank you! according to Part 1.

Liu Ying