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  1. BR Before Reading 1. English Song -- Saturday Night Special Listen to the Song Questions about the Song 2. Airport Security 3. Security Systems 4. Some Security Measures in Ancient Time 5.Security Situations in the USA Terrorist Attacks on Sep. 11, 2001 President Bush’s Address American Campus Shooting

  2. BR( LTS) Listen to the Song ■

  3. BR( QAS) Questions about the Song 1. Who is Mr. Saturday Night Special? The gun. 2. What is the message of the song? It’s dangerous to have guns.

  4. BR( AS ) Airport Security ■

  5. BR( SS) Security Systems Hold a discussion within students to see what equipment we usually use to keep us safe. __ _ _ _ _ _ security chains electronic alarm systems dead-bolt locks _ _ trip wires rape whistles Security _ _ sliding glass doors with steel bars high-intensity light electronic X-ray equipment access cards

  6. BR(SSMA) Some Security Measures in Ancient Time The Great Wall Castle

  7. BR(TGW 1) The Great Wall Listen and answer the following questions. ■

  8. BR( TGW 2 ) The Great Wall Listen and answer the following questions. 1. What was the aim of building the Great Wall originally? To protect China’s northern border in the 3rd century BC. 2. Where are the ruins of the Great Wall located now? From Bo Hai in the east to Gansu Province in the west.

  9. BR( Castle) Castle Castles were built in places where they could be easily defended. A position on high ground provided the defenders with a view of the surrounding countryside, making attacks more difficult. In flat areas, castles were surrounded by a protective moat. ■

  10. BR(TAS1) Terrorist Attacks on Sept. 11, 2001 Word Matching True or False

  11. BR( WM) Terrorist Attacks on Sept. 11, 2001 Match the words in Column A which you will hear in the passage with the correct meanings in Column B. Column A Column B 1. dominate A. to be in a state of confusion 2. undeniable B. fall down 3. reel C. to control or govern 4. devastation D. severe damage 5. casualties E. people killed or injured in an accident 6. collapse F. unquestionably true KEY ■

  12. BR( tf ) Terrorist Attacks on Sept. 11, 2001 Listen and decide whether the following statements are true (T) or false (F). ■

  13. BR( tf2) Terrorist Attacks on Sept. 11, 2001 Listen and decide whether the following statements are true (T) or false (F).

  14. They were located in lower Manhattan. Six people were killed and more than a thousand were injured. Many critics stated that they didn’t relate to their surroundings. BR( tf 3) Terrorist Attacks on Sept. 11, 2001 Listen and decide whether the following statements are true (T) or false (F). ( ) F 1. The twin towers were located in upper Manhattan. 2. Many people claimed that the buildings went on well with the surroundings. 3. In 1993, the World Trade Center was attacked, but fortunately no one was hurt. ( ) F ( ) F

  15. The terrorist attack on September 11 caused more lives than the attack on Pearl Harbor. BR( tf 4) Terrorist Attacks on Sept. 11, 2001 Listen and decide whether the following statements are true (T) or false (F). • The terrorist attack on September 11, 2001 happened in the morning. • 5. The casualties of this terrorist attack were fewer than • those of the attack on Pearl Harbor. ( ) T ( ) F

  16. BR( PBA1 ) President Bush’s Address On Sept. 11th Ladies and gentlemen: This is a moment for America. I, unfortunately, will be going back to after my remarks. Secretary Rod Paige and the Lieutenant Governor (副州长) will take the podium (讲台) and discuss . I do want to thank the folks here at Booker Elementary School for their . Today we’ve had a national tragedy. Two have crashed into the Center in an terrorist attack on our country. I have spoken to the Vice President, to the of New York, ________ difficult Washington ___________ _________ education hospitality _________ airplanes World Trade _________ ___________ apparent ________ Governor ________ ■

  17. BR( PBA2) President Bush’s Address On Sept. 11th FBI to the Director of the , and have ordered that the full of the federal government go to help the victims and their families, and to conduct a full-scale to hunt down and to find those folks who committed this act. against our nation will not stand. And now if you would join me in a moment of . May God bless the victims, their , and . Thank you very much. ____ _________ resources investigation ___________ ________ Terrorism ______ _______ silence families _______ America ■

  18. BR(ACS1 ) American Campus Shooting Click the red arrows!

  19. BR(ACS1 .1) American Campus Shooting Los Angeles: On October 11, 1999, five students were fatally wounded in a Jewish community center. Click to return! Click the red arrows!

  20. BR(ACS1.2 ) American Campus Shooting Springfield: On May 21st, 1998, a freshman student opened fire with a semi-automatic rifle in a high school cafeteria, killing two students and wounding 22 others. The teenager’s parents were later found shot to death in their home. Click to return! Click the red arrows!

  21. BR(ACS1.3) American Campus Shooting Littleton: On April 20th, 1999, two teenage students opened fire on classmates and teachers in their suburban Denver school, killing 15 people including themselves. Click to return! Click the red arrows!

  22. BR(ACS1.4 ) American Campus Shooting Fayetteville: On May 19th, 1998, a high school senior shot and killed another student in the school parking lot at Lincoln County High School. Click to return! Click the red arrows!

  23. BR(ACS1.5 ) American Campus Shooting Pearl: On October 1st, 1997, a 16-year-old student in Pearl, Mississippi, is accused of killing his mother, then going to school and shooting nine students. Two of them died. Click to return! Click the red arrows!

  24. BR(ACS1.6 ) American Campus Shooting Detroit: On December 11th, 1998, Wayne State University professor was shot and killed while collecting final exams from his engineering students when the gunman stepped into the classroom and opened fire with a rifle. The professor fell wounded to the floor, only to be shot again by the man who took the time to reload. Click to return! Click the red arrows!

  25. GR Global Reading 1. Part Division of the Text 2. Further Understanding For Part 1 True or False For Part 2 Supporting Facts for the Central Idea Discussion Sentence Completion For Part 3 Questions and Answers 3. Word Scanning

  26. GR(Part) Part Division of the Text In America, the era of leaving the front door on the latch has drawn to a close. A new atmosphere of fear and distrust creeps into every aspect of daily life. As a result, security devices, in varied forms, are put to use. By locking our fears out, we become prisoners of our own making.

  27. This phrase means the door is closed but unlocked. Suburbs and country areas are more dangerous than urban streets. GR(TF) True or False 1. The phrase “on the latch” means the door is closed and locked. ( ) F 2. Nowadays, doors, not only in cities but also in rural areas, are locked. ( ) T 3. Urban streets are more dangerous than outskirts and country areas. ( ) F 4. In America nowadays, no one leaves his front door on the latch anymore. ( ) T

  28. GR(SF1) Supporting Facts for the Central Idea In this part the author uses lots of facts to support his central point of view: America is deteriorating from “the Land of the Free” into “the most insecure nation”. Could you find any more supporting facts in addition to those listed below? 1. Doors are not left unlocked either in cities or in rural areas. 2. Dead-bolt locks, security chains, electronic alarm systems and trip wires are widely in use. 3. Suburban families have steel bars built in sliding glass doors.

  29. GR(SF2) Supporting Facts for the Central Idea Small notices warning against burglary are commonly seen pasted on the windows of the most pleasant of homes. 4. Access cards are required of those who work with medium-to-large-size companies. 5. Airport security uses electronic X-ray equipment to guard against terrorism. 6. 7. Businessmen employ new machines linked up to their telephone to determine whether the caller is telling lies or not. 8. Suburban housewives wear rape whistles on their key chains.

  30. GR(D) Discussion In Line 19 to Line 22, the author mentions a public service advertisement by a large insurance company. Discuss the following questions. 1. What does this ad point out? The lock is the new symbol of America. 2. What is the author’s purpose of using this example?

  31. defending ourselves _________________ against the new atmosphere of American life ____________________________________ GR(SC) Sentence Completion Read Part 2 carefully and supply the missing information. • We have become so used to • and so • used to . putting up barriers ________________ 2. We are satisfied when we think we are well-protected ______________________________. 3. With electronic X-ray equipment, we seem finally to have figured out a way to hold the terrorists at bay _________________________________________. even so much a luxury 4. We do not want to afford ourselves __________________ as a shadow.

  32. GR(QA1) Questions and Answers 1) Under what excuse do people resort to all these means mentioned in Part 2? In the name of “Security”. 2) Does the author think they are justified in doing so? No. Because in the author’s opinion, America becomes the most insecure nation with all these means. 3) According to the author, what may be the legacy we remember best when we recall this era? We became prisoners of ourselves when we deal with the unseen horrors among us.

  33. GR(Part1-3) Word Scanning 1. Scan the text to find all the sentences containing the word “ ” or the word with “ ” as its root. lock lock 1) … the door was closed but not locked.( Line 3) 2) It has been replaced by dead-bolt locks, security chains, electronic alarm system … ( Line 12) 3) The lock is a new symbol of America. ( Line 19) 4) … the transformation of America from the Land of the Free to the Land of the Lock. ( Line 27) 5) … we devise ways to lock the fear out. ( Line 62) 6) We may have locked the evils out, but in so doing we have locked ourselves in. ( Line 71) • 1) …doors do not stay unlocked ( Line 7) • … a picture of a child’s bicycle with the now-usual • padlock attached to it. (Line 22) Back 2. Based on these sentences, summarize the main idea of this text. Back

  34. Article1_S THE LAND OF THE LOCK Bob Greene In the house where I grew up, it was our custom to leave the front door on the latch at night. I don’t know if that was a local term or if it is universal; “on the latch” meant the door was closed but not locked. None of us carried keys; the last one in for the evening would close up, and that was it. Those days are over. In rural areas as well as in cities, doors do not stay unlocked, even for part of an evening.

  35. Article1_S-p2 THE LAND OF THE LOCK Bob Greene 1. What do “local” and “universal” mean respectively? In the house where I grew up, it was our custom to leave the front door on the latch at night. I don’t know if that was a local term or if it is universal; “on the latch” meant the door was closed but not locked. None of us carried keys; the last one in for the evening would close up, and that was it. “Local” means “of a particular place”, while “universal” means “common to all conditions, or situations”. 2. Translate the sentence into Chinese. 我不知道这是当地的一种说法,还是大家都是这么说的…… Those days are over. In rural areas as well as in cities, doors do not stay unlocked, even for part of an evening.

  36. Article1_S-p1 THE LAND OF THE LOCK Bob Greene Paraphrase the sentence. In the house where I grew up, it was our custom to leave the front door on the latch at night. I don’t know if that was a local term or if it is universal; “on the latch” meant the door was closed but not locked. None of us carried keys; the last one in for the evening would close up, and that was it. … doors are always locked, even just for a short period of time in the evening. Those days are over. In rural areas as well as in cities, doors do not stay unlocked, even for part of an evening.

  37. Article1_w THE LAND OF THE LOCK Bob Greene In the house where I grew up, it was our custom to leave the front door on the latch at night. I don’t know if that was a local term or if it is universal; “on the latch” meant the door was closed but not locked. None of us carried keys; the last one in for the evening would close up, and that was it. Those days are over. In rural areas as well as in cities, doors do not stay unlocked, even for part of an evening.

  38. Don’t forget to leave the front door on the latch if you go to bed before I come back. Article1_w-on the latch THE LAND OF THE LOCK Bob Greene on the latch: (of a door) closed but not locked In the house where I grew up, it was our custom to leave the front door on the latch at night. I don’t know if that was a local term or if it is universal; “on the latch” meant the door was closed but not locked. None of us carried keys; the last one in for the evening would close up, and that was it. Let yourself in; the door is on the latch. Those days are over. In rural areas as well as in cities, doors do not stay unlocked, even for part of an evening.

  39. By the year 2003 urban residents will outnumber rural residents in most developing countries. Article1_w-rural THE LAND OF THE LOCK Bob Greene In the house where I grew up, it was our custom to leave the front door on the latch at night. I don’t know if that was a local term or if it is universal; “on the latch” meant the door was closed but not locked. None of us carried keys; the last one in for the evening would close up, and that was it. rural: a.of, in or suggesting the countryside 庄稼种在乡村地区。 Crops are grown in rural areas. Those days are over. In rural areas as well as in cities, doors do not stay unlocked, even for part of an evening.

  40. Article2_S Suburbs and country areas are, in many ways, even more vulnerable than well-patroled urban streets. Statistics show the crime rate rising more dramatically in those allegedly tranquil areas than in cities. At any rate, the era of leaving the front door on the latch is over. It has been replaced by dead-bolt locks, security chains, electronic alarm systems and trip wires hooked up to a police station or private guard firm. Many suburban families have sliding glass doors on their patios, with steel bars elegantly built in so no one can pry the doors open.

  41. Article2_W Suburbs and country areas are, in many ways, even more vulnerable than well-patroled urban streets. Statistics show the crime rate rising more dramatically in those allegedly tranquil areas than in cities. At any rate, the era of leaving the front door on the latch is over. It has been replaced by dead-bolt locks, security chains, electronic alarm systems and trip wires hooked upto a police station or private guard firm. Many suburban families have sliding glass doors on their patios, with steel bars elegantly built in so no one can pry the doors open.

  42. Article2_W- vulnerable Suburbs and country areas are, in many ways, even more vulnerable than well-patroled urban streets. Statistics show the crime rate rising more dramatically in those allegedly tranquil areas than in cities. At any rate, the era of leaving the front door on the latch is over. It has been replaced by dead-bolt locks, security chains, electronic alarm systems and trip wires hooked up to a police station or private guard firm. Many suburban families have sliding glass doors on their patios, with steel bars elegantly built in so no one can pry the doors open. vulnerable: a.exposed to danger or attack; unprotected Compared with Saudi Arabian soccer team, the Chinese team is more vulnerable. 你的论点相当容易受到批评。 Your arguments are rather vulnerable to criticism.

  43. Article2_W- urban1 Suburbs and country areas are, in many ways, even more vulnerable than well-patroled urban streets. Statistics show the crime rate rising more dramatically in those allegedly tranquil areas than in cities. At any rate, the era of leaving the front door on the latch is over. It has been replaced by dead-bolt locks, security chains, electronic alarm systems and trip wires hooked up to a police station or private guard firm. Many suburban families have sliding glass doors on their patios, with steel bars elegantly built in so no one can pry the doors open. urban: a.of, situated in or living in a city or town Motor vehicle emissions, to a large extent, are responsible for urban air pollution. Collocation: urban districts 市区 the urban population 城市人口 urban areas 市区

  44. Article2_W- urban2 CF: urban & municipal 这两个词都有“都市的、城市的”之意。 urban 指以都市中心为主的行政区。例如: Suburbs and country areas are, in many ways, even more vulnerable than well-patroled urban streets. Statistics show the crime rate rising more dramatically in those allegedly tranquil areas than in cities. At any rate, the era of leaving the front door on the latch is over. It has been replaced by dead-bolt locks, security chains, electronic alarm systems and trip wires hooked up to a police station or private guard firm. Many suburban families have sliding glass doors on their patios, with steel bars elegantly built in so no one can pry the doors open. Nowadays, as the population and vehicles increase, urban districts seem to be more crowded. 如今,随着人口增长和交通工具增多,市区似乎变得更拥挤了。 Our government has always paid much attention to the life of the urban poor. 我们的政府历来都重视城市贫民的生活。 municipal 主要指与城市、市镇或其政府相关的部门、服务机构,尤指市政府机构管辖下属于公共的、为公众服务的设施、事业等。例如 Cities usually use taxes for education, police and fire departments, public works and municipal buildings. 城市通常将税收用于教育、公安和消防部门、公共设施和市政建设。

  45. Article2_W-statistics Suburbs and country areas are, in many ways, even more vulnerable than well-patroled urban streets. Statistics show the crime rate rising more dramatically in those allegedly tranquil areas than in cities. At any rate, the era of leaving the front door on the latch is over. It has been replaced by dead-bolt locks, security chains, electronic alarm systems and trip wires hooked up to a police station or private guard firm. Many suburban families have sliding glass doors on their patios, with steel bars elegantly built in so no one can pry the doors open. statistics: n.collection of information expressed in numbers The statistics indicate that roughly every 22 years a major drought occurs in the United States. 进行统计 collect/take statistics

  46. Visitors like to stay in this hotel because it is beautiful and located in a tranquil lake area. Article2_W-tranquil1 Suburbs and country areas are, in many ways, even more vulnerable than well-patroled urban streets. Statistics show the crime rate rising more dramatically in those allegedly tranquil areas than in cities. At any rate, the era of leaving the front door on the latch is over. It has been replaced by dead-bolt locks, security chains, electronic alarm systems and trip wires hooked up to a police station or private guard firm. Many suburban families have sliding glass doors on their patios, with steel bars elegantly built in so no one can pry the doors open. tranquil: a.calm, quite and undisturbed The old man is living a tranquil life in the country. tranquility: n. state of being tranquil 尖厉的惊叫声打破了夜晚的宁静。 A sharp cry of surprise disturbed the tranquility of the night.

  47. Article2_W-tranquil2 CF: tranquil & calm 这两个词都有“安静的、平静的”之意。 tranquil指安宁的、平静的。例如: Suburbs and country areas are, in many ways, even more vulnerable than well-patroled urban streets. Statistics show the crime rate rising more dramatically in those allegedly tranquil areas than in cities. At any rate, the era of leaving the front door on the latch is over. It has been replaced by dead-bolt locks, security chains, electronic alarm systems and trip wires hooked up to a police station or private guard firm. Many suburban families have sliding glass doors on their patios, with steel bars elegantly built in so no one can pry the doors open. We found a tranquil spot on the bank of a river to have a rest. 我们在河岸上找到一块宁静的地方休息了一下。 She has a tranquil life in the country, in a out-of-way little village. 她在乡间一座偏僻的小村子里过着宁静的生活。 calm 表示平静的、镇静的,指一种毫无迷惑与兴奋的宁静状态。例如: He went straight into his room, his face quite calm. 他径直走进自己的房间,脸色十分平静。 She remained calm on the face of imminent disaster. 灾难临头而她镇静自若。

  48. Article2_W-era Suburbs and country areas are, in many ways, even more vulnerable than well-patroled urban streets. Statistics show the crime rate rising more dramatically in those allegedly tranquil areas than in cities. At any rate, the era of leaving the front door on the latch is over. It has been replaced by dead-bolt locks, security chains, electronic alarm systems and trip wires hooked up to a police station or private guard firm. Many suburban families have sliding glass doors on their patios, with steel bars elegantly built in so no one can pry the doors open. era: n.a period of history or a long period of time the era of space travel The Christian era starts with the birth of Christ. Our era produces a host of heroes and heroines. 我们现在正处于一个新的伟大的信息时代。 We are now in a great new era of information.

  49. Article2_W-electronic Suburbs and country areas are, in many ways, even more vulnerable than well-patroled urban streets. Statistics show the crime rate rising more dramatically in those allegedly tranquil areas than in cities. At any rate, the era of leaving the front door on the latch is over. It has been replaced by dead-bolt locks, security chains, electronic alarm systems and trip wires hooked upto a police station or private guard firm. Many suburban families have sliding glass doors on their patios, with steel bars elegantly built in so no one can pry the doors open. electronic: n.of or relating to electronics or devices and systems developed through electronics Use of the Internet is replacing other forms of electronic communication.

  50. Article2_W-hook up to Suburbs and country areas are, in many ways, even more vulnerable than well-patroled urban streets. Statistics show the crime rate rising more dramatically in those allegedly tranquil areas than in cities. At any rate, the era of leaving the front door on the latch is over. It has been replaced by dead-bolt locks, security chains, electronic alarm systems and trip wires hooked up to a police station or private guard firm. Many suburban families have sliding glass doors on their patios, with steel bars elegantly built in so no one can pry the doors open. hook up to:connect or attach (sth.) to ( sth. else) with or as if with a hook My computer is hooked up to the Internet, so I can communicate with my students at home via email. The alarm systems in the banks are hooked up to the local police station.