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New. Practical English. 综合教程. 新编实用英语电子教案. UNIT 3 Direction and Signs. 学年: 2006~2007 学期:第二学期. 教学计划与说明:. 返回. Sample 1. Peter: Mark, do you live far away from the museum where you work? Mark: Yes. You know I live in an apartment on Wynn Street and the museum is on Low Street.

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New

Practical

English

综合教程

新编实用英语电子教案

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学年:2006~2007 学期:第二学期

教学计划与说明:

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sample 1
Sample 1

Peter: Mark, do you live far away from the museum where you work?

Mark: Yes. You know I live in an apartment on Wynn Street and the museum is on Low Street.

Peter: How do you usually get to work?

Mark: I usually drive my car up Hall Street and park in the car park behind the church. Then I walk over to the museum.

Peter: Oh. Then how about the winter time when it snows?

  • Mark: Well, in winter time when it snows, I’m rather not drive. I take the underground from Wynn Street to Low Street. Then I walk across from Low Street station to the museum.
  • Peter: That’s convenient, isn’t it?
  • Mark: Yes, it is. I can take Bus No. 16, too. The bus stop is just opposite my apartment. The bus turns from Hall Street into Church Street. I get off at the corner of Church Street and Low Street and walk to the museum.
section ii being all ears
Section II Being all ears
  • 1. Listen and decode
  • 1 Listen to Dialogue 1 and decode the information by ticking the correct choices in the blanks.
  • When Bob knows that Jack and some of his friends are having a 1 (meeting, party, game) at Emily’s house, he says he would like to 2 (join, see, miss) them. He doesn't’t know where Emily lives, so he is asking for 3 (information, decisions, directions). He is told that Emily’s house is quite 4 (close, distant, near) and it will take him about 5 (five, fifteen, fifty) minutes to get there. He has to take a left turning at the 6 (traffic lights, flyover, crossroads) on Main Street and then a right turning at the 7 (police station, petrol station, railway station). He has to go down that road until he comes to a 8 (fork, sign, square). He has to go about 9 (one, two, three) hundred meters up the right road and he will see a 10 (one-story, two-story, three-story) building on the right.
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Now listen to Dialogue 2 and pay attention to how Mary asked for directions and how she responded by filling in the blanks.

Mary: Excuse me, sir. 1 _____________________ to

the Grand Hotel?

Stranger1: Oh, I’m not really sure. Sorry.

Mary: 2 ___________________.

Mary: Excuse me, 3 ______________ to the Grand Hotel?

Stranger2: I’m sorry I can’t help you. I’m a stranger here.

Mary: 4 _________________________.

Mary: We’re looking for the Grand Hotel. I wonder 5 ___________________________to that hotel.

Officer: Take this road and you’ll be there.

Mary: 6_____________________.

Could you tell me the way

Well, thanks anyway

how can I get

Never mind, thanks anyway

if you could give us directions

Thank you very much

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Now listen to dialogue 2again and try to do the multiple choice exercise.

  • Jack and Mary are looking for ________.
  • a a supermarket b Market Street
  • c a hotel d East Avenue
  • The second person they met on the street said he was a _______ there.
  • a stranger b police officer
  • c driver d manager
  • The person who told them the directions was a _____.
  • a passerby b police officer c doctor d businessman
  • 4. The hotel is ________ the supermarket. a next to b opposite c in d behind

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section iii maintaining a sharp eye
Section III Maintaining a sharp eye

I hate flying

Para.1 I knew it was going to be a bad day when, on the way to the airport, the taxi driver told me he was lost.

Para.2 I had booked my flight over the telephone, so when e finally arrived, I had to rush to the reservationsdesk to pay for my ticket. The woman at the desk told me that my name was not on the passenger list. It took fifteen minutes for her to realize that she had spelled my name incorrectly. She gave me my ticket and told me I’d better check in my luggage quickly or I’d miss my flight.

  • 1. on the/one’s way to...
    • when traveling to a place 在去…的路
      • On his way to the office, he realized he had left the report at home.
  • 2. reservation
    • n. a booking (of a room, seat, etc); a doubt in one’s mind 预订(房间、车票等); 保留(意见等)
  • 语言点提示1
  • “it took her fifteen minutes to realize that ...” It是形式主语。真正主语是不定式 “to realize”“for her ”是动词“realize”的逻辑主语
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go wrong

    • to make a mistake; 出故障; 出毛病
    • eg: The sum isn’t right and I can’t see where I went wrong.

Para.3 I was the last person to get on the plane.

Para.4 I found my seat and discovered that I was sitting next to a four-year-old boy who had a cold. I sat down and wondered if anything else could go wrong.

Para.5 I hate flying, especially take-off, but the plane took off and everything seemed to be all right. Then, a few minutes later, there was a funny noise and everything started to shake. I looked out of the window and ----oh my God --- there was smoke coming out of the wing. All I could think was “The engine is on fire. We’re going to crash.”

  • crash
    • v. to break noisily; fall or strike something noisily and violently 碰撞, 撞击; 坠落, 坠毁
    • n. a violent vehicle accident (飞机等)撞坏; 坠毁
  • 语言点提示2
  • restrictive elative clause modifying boy
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Para.6 Almost immediately, the captain spoke to us in a very calm voice, “Ladies and gentlemen. This is your captain speaking. We are having a slight technical problem with one of our engines. There is absolutelyno need to panic. We will have to return to the airport. Please remain seated and keep your seat belts fastened.”

Para.7 Well, you can imagine how frightened I was, but the crew were fantastic The flight attendants were really calm and told us everything would be all right.

Para.8 A few minutes later, we were coming in to land. The pilot made a perfect landing on the runway. It was over. We were safe.

Para.9 That day, I decided not to fly again. I caught another taxi and went home. But as I closed the front door, I looked down at my suitcase. Somehow I had picked up the wrong one.

  • absolutely
    • ad. completely 完全地, 绝对
  • Ant. relatively
    • ad. quite; when compared with others of the same kind 相对地eg: It is not absolutely impossible to cross the desert by car.
  • 语言点提示2:
  • keep takes an object complement, which mean “to continue to be or maintain in an unchanged state”.
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2. Fill in the blanks with the proper words and expressions given below, changing the form if necessary.

appreciate attitude convey desire illustrate offer universal vary

1 Your happiness depends partly on your attitude towards life.

2 The great progress he has made in this field comes from his strong desire to succeed.

3 The ages of the students in this class vary from 18 to 21.

4 It’s hard for me to express how much I appreciate all your kind help and understanding.

5 They have offered us a lot of useful suggestions on this project.

6 Do you think English is a sort of universal language?

7 I’d like to convey my parents’ greetings to you and your family.

8 The engineer tried to illustrate the problem with several drawings.

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3.pay attention to the italicized parts in the English sentences and translated the Chinese sentences by simulating the structure of the English sentences.
  • 1 People’s attitudes towards gift giving may vary from country to country.
  • Study methods may vary from person to person.
  • 绘画风格可能会因各艺术家而异。
  • 菜肴的风味可能会因地域而异。
  • The style of paintings may vary from one artist to another.
  • The flavor of dishes may vary from place to place.
  • 2 Here is an example to illustrate the differences.
  • Here is a sample to show the quality of the product.
  • 这儿有一本对你学英语有帮助的书。
  • 这儿有一个改进我们服务的方法。
  • Here is a book to help you with your English learning.
  • Here is a way to improve our service.
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3 Japan is a gift giving country.

China is a peace loving country.

英国是一个遵循传统的国家。

英国是一个热爱运动的国家。

England is a tradition observing country.

The U.S. is a sports loving country.

4 It is not unusualin Japan to offer a gift a person who is leaving.

It is not unusual in China to give respect to the old.

在英国用谈论天气作引子开始交谈并不罕见。

在新加坡听人们用不同的语言交谈并不罕见。

It is not unusual in England to begin a conversation by talking about the

weather.

It is not unusual in Singapore to hear people speaking in different languages.

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6 As a matter of fact, your gift would be appreciated all the more if you make it yourself.
  • As a matter of fact, his words would be believed all the more if he dosen’t overstate the story.
  • 事实上,如果这首诗用现代英语写会容易欣赏得多。
  • 事实上,如果我们的产品能促销一下会令人感兴趣得多。
  • As a matter of fact, the poem would be appreciated all the more if it is written in modern English.
  • As a matter of fact, our product would be attractive all the more if it is given some promotion.
  • 7 The words on the card seem to be the most important thing.
  • The friendship conveyed in the gift seems to be the most valuable thing.
  • 产品的质量看来是最基本的东西。
  • 实验的结果看来是最重要的东西。
  • The quality of a product seems to be the most essential thing.
  • The result of the experiment seems to be the most important thing.

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section iv living in tianjin
Section IV Living in Tianjin

Beautiful scenery at night

Tianjin’s unique cultures

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Tianjin’s rivers

beautiful scenery at night
Beautiful scenery at night

Oh ! It’s amazing!

Great change has

taken place in tra-

nsportation!!

Yin-he square

tianjin s unique cultures
Tianjin’s unique cultures

Euro-Architechture

In Tianjin

Ma-zu culture in

Tianjin

tianjin s rivers
Tianjin’s rivers

These years, Tianjin has

taken any steps possible

to build its own river cul-

tures!

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What can you learn from this class?

你在这节课中学到了什么?

  • Can you make a short dialogue about how to ask for ways?
  • What does the author want to tell you in the passage I?
  • Can you say something about our mother town—Tianjin?

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New

Practical

English

The end

Bye