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  1. 新视野英语教程 Book Two Unit Five Text A Father Dearest

  2. 新视野英语教程 Section A Text A New words Text Reading Main Ideas Text Structure Expressions Patterns Exercises Summary

  3. 新视野英语教程 Section A New words • video • nephew • throat • conscious • careless • onto • material • anyone • injure • branch • pause • accident • illness • avoid • recall • possibility • injury • direction to be continued

  4. 新视野英语教程 Section A New words • be conscious of • put on • hear of • cut off • guard from • to this day • die from • catch on • at the sight of • pull away • content • generation • grandchild • shake • bite • niece • edge • reassurance • stick out

  5. 新视野英语教程 Section A: Text Reading Father Dearest 1. My father and I were watching a video in which my two-year-old nephew, Cameron, ran into view with a spoon sticking outof his mouth. “He’ll trip, and that spoon will go right into his throat,” my father said with worry. 下一页 上一页

  6. 新视野英语教程 Section A: Text Reading 2. Like most parents, Dad has always tried to protect his children. As a doctor, too, he is especially conscious ofthe many dangers surrounding us. 3. I remember having dinner at a friend’s house once, and being surprised that nobody said a word about food poisoning. At home, “Did you wash your hands?” was spoken at every single meal. 下一页 上一页

  7. 新视野英语教程 Section A: Text Reading 4.Restaurants, Dad warned, presented many risks–from careless waiters who might drop hot coffee onto your head, to employees who didn’t wash their hands. 5. Fashion, too, could be dangerous, according tomy father. A few years ago, he took away my coat because he said I hadn’t had it made right. When I asked him about it, Dad put the coat onto show me how serious the problem was. 上一页 下一页

  8. 新视野英语教程 Section A: Text Reading 6. “Look—it’s too long, even on me. And this material is so heavy that it would pull you down.” 7. “I have never heard ofanyone being injured by too heavy a coat.” 8. “Do you want to be the first? Just cut it offhere,” he said, drawing his hand across his knees. 9. Fashion was only one of the many dangers from which we had to guard ourselves. To this day, when I walk within yards of tree branches, I pause and hear Dad’s voice: “Watch your eyes!” 下一页 上一页

  9. 新视野英语教程 Section A: Text Reading 10. Of course, as children, we did not always listen to Dad. We had our broken bones, car accidents, and illnesses — some of which might have been avoided ifwe had followed his advice. 一页 下一页

  10. 新视野英语教程 Section A: Text Reading 11.When my brothers and sisters and I talk about the old days, we recall Dad’s telling us not to jump too hard and high while playing sports because of the possibility of backbone injury, and the driving directions he gave us with as few left turns as possible. Now, we find ourselves giving similar warnings: we phone my younger brother to tell him that we read about someone dying frompoisoning, or my younger sister to warn her about the high lead content of certain window coverings. 上一页 下一页

  11. 新视野英语教程 Section A: Text Reading 12.Now, too, Dad has a new generation to guide. His grandchildren have caught onquickly, knowing to shake their fingers and say, “That’s dangerous!” at the sight ofcleaning products. “That’s too big a bite — be careful,” three-year-old Margaret tells her two-year-old sister at the holiday dinner table. As everyone is leaving, we all laugh when my niece says good-bye to Dad: “Be careful, Poppa!” 上一页 下一页

  12. 新视野英语教程 Section A: Text Reading 13. After each weekend visit at my parents’ home, I have my father dropped me offat the quiet train station for my trip back to Manhattan. As I wait, I can see his car in the parking lot; I know that he is watching to see that I board safely. 上一页 下一页

  13. 新视野英语教程 Section A: Text Reading 14. When I am seated, I watch him drive off, wanting, as I do more and more often now, to protect him fromthe world’s sharpest edges, the way he always tried to protect us. I wish I could give him the reassurance his worrying and caring have given me. 15. As the train pulls away, I say quietly, “Be careful, Dad.” 上一页 下一页

  14. 新视野英语教程 Section A: Main Idea What is the text mainly about? The older you get, the more deeply you begin to realize your parents’ love. When you were young, your parents made sure that you were always safe, and for sure this sometimes seemed silly to you. Is there anything funny that your parents do even now to protect you? Or maybe you feel your parents are the ones who need protection as they get older! It’s true that a parent’s job is never done. But neither is that of a son or a daughter.

  15. 新视野英语教程Section A: Structure Part one:(Para.1-2) Introduction to dad’s protection towards kids. Part three(Para.13-15) Author’s decision of protecting Dad as a conclusion of the passage. How is the text organized? Part two:(Para.3-12) Detailed illustration of father’s protection, from past to present. For details

  16. 新视野英语教程Section A: Main Idea and Structure Part one: An introduction to the general topic of the whole passage: the father’s protection and love to the kids. Part two: Detailed illustrations of father’s protection, from past to present. Para.3-11 give examples that father always protect us: restaurant, fashion, etc. Para.12 father’s protect to the new generation now and its influence. 上一页 下一页

  17. 新视野英语教程Section A: Main Idea and Structure Part three: Author’s decision of protecting Dad as a conclusion of the passage. The author, as a Dad now, have realized the true meaning of his father’s protection and decide to give his fatherthe reassurance that the father have given him. 上一页 下一页

  18. 新视野英语教程Section A: Text Reading 最亲爱的父亲 1. 我和父亲在看录像,这时画面上出现了我两岁的侄子卡梅伦,嘴里叼着一只勺子。“要是绊倒的话,勺子会戳进他的喉咙的,” 父亲担心地说。 下一页 上一页

  19. 新视野英语教程Section A: Text Reading 2.和大多数父母一样,父亲一直在努力保护着他的孩子们。作为医生,他对我们身边的危险也特别敏感。 3.记得有一次在朋友家吃饭,竟然没有一个人提及同食物中毒有关的字眼,我感到奇怪。如果在家里,每顿饭时都会有人问:“你洗手了吗?” 上一页 下一页

  20. 新视野英语教程Section A: Text Reading 4.父亲告诫我们说,在饭店就餐会面临许多危险——粗心的服务员可能会把滚烫的咖啡打翻在你头上,饭店员工们可能没洗过手,等等。 5.在父亲看来,时装也会有危险。几年前,他拿走了我的大衣,因为他说那大衣做得不对劲。我问他怎么不对劲,他穿上大衣,向我说明问题有多严重。 下一页 上一页

  21. 新视野英语教程Section A: Text Reading 6.“看,我穿着都太长。而且这料子这么重,会把你压坏的。” 7.“我可从没听说过有人因大衣太重而受伤的。” 8.“你想成为第一个吗?要从这儿剪掉。”父亲说着用手在他的膝盖处比划了一下。 9.时装只是我们必须提防的许多危险之一。知道现在,当走到离树枝尚有数码之遥时,我仍会停下来,耳边似乎又响起了父亲的声音:“当心戳到眼睛!” 上一页 下一页

  22. 新视野英语教程Section A: Text Reading 10.当然,我们小时候并不总是听父亲的话。我们曾经摔断过骨头,出过交通事故,生过病。如果我们听从父亲劝告的话,有些意外是可以避免的。 上一页 下一页

  23. 新视野英语教程Section A: Text Reading 11.当我们和兄妹聊起过去的时候,我们会回想起父亲叫我们运动时不要跳得太猛太高,因为这样可能会使脊柱受伤。他给我们的开车路线总是尽量避免左转弯。如今,我们发觉自己也常常像父亲那样告诫别人。我们会打电话给弟弟,告诉他我们读到了有人中毒死亡的新闻,或者打电话给妹妹,提醒她某种窗帘的含铅量很高。 上一页 下一页

  24. 新视野英语教程Section A: Text Reading 12.现在,父亲又可以教导新一代人了。他的孙子孙女们领会得很快,看见洗涤用品,他们知道摇摇手指说:“那很危险!”假日晚餐上,三岁得玛格丽特跟两岁的妹妹说:“你一口吃得太多了。小心点儿。”分别时,我侄女这样同我父亲说再见:“保重,爷爷!”,我们听后都笑了起来。 下一页 上一页

  25. 新视野英语教程Section A: Text Reading 13.每周末去父母家拜访后,父亲会开车把我送到一个宁静的火车站乘火车回曼哈顿。候车时,我可以看见他的车还在停车场里。我知道他要看着我安全上车。 下一页 上一页

  26. 新视野英语教程Section A: Text Reading 14.上火车坐定后,我会看着他开车离去。我越来越希望用他努力保护我们的那种方式来保护他,使他不受各种危险的伤害。他的挂念和关心给了我一种安心的感觉,我也希望自己同样能给他带来这种安心的感觉。 15.火车开动了,我默默地说:“爸爸,保重。” 下一页 上一页

  27. 新视野英语教程Section A: Expressions & Patterns Practical Expressions Functional Patterns • to stick out 1. Sentence pattern for presenting examples 2. be conscious of 3. according to 4. to put on 2. Sentence pattern for assumptive possibility 5. to pull down 6. hear of for more>>>

  28. 新视野英语教程Section A: Expressions & Patterns 7. to cut off 13. to catch on 8. to guard…from… 9. to this day 14. at the sight of 10. to follow one’s advice 15. to drop off 16. to protect…from… 11. as…as possible 12. to die from/of 17. to pull away

  29. 乘车的时候把头伸出车 窗外是很危险的。 新视野英语教程Section A: Expressions & Patterns Text 1. 伸出;使(某物)突出 • to stick out (L. 2) 活学活用 It’s very dangerous to stick your head out of the window when you are on a car.

  30. 只有当你步入商海之中时你才能感受到当前社会中存在的激烈竞争。只有当你步入商海之中时你才能感受到当前社会中存在的激烈竞争。 Text 新视野英语教程Section A: Expressions & Patterns 2. 意识到;感觉到 • be conscious of (L. 4) 活学活用 Only when you go into business will you become conscious of the furious competition in present society.

  31. More and more people have access to the computers in china according to a nationwide investigation. Text 新视野英语教程Section A: Expressions & Patterns 3.据……所说;依据,按照 • according to (L. 10) 活学活用 根据一项全国范围内的调查,中国有越来越多的人开始 使用电脑。

  32. 为了使表演更完美,她在电影里假装出英国口音。为了使表演更完美,她在电影里假装出英国口音。 Text 新视野英语教程Section A: Expressions & Patterns 4.穿衣服;假装 • to put on (L. 11) 活学活用 To make a perfect performance, she put on an English accent in the movie.

  33. Text 新视野英语教程Section A: Expressions & Patterns 5. 使降低;毁坏,破坏 • to pull down (L. 13) 活学活用 在去年的洪水中,许多老 房子被冲毁, 造成了巨大损失。 Lots of old buildings were pulled down during the flood last year,causing great damage.

  34. 一听说下月要参加比赛,全家人立刻开始刻苦训练。一听说下月要参加比赛,全家人立刻开始刻苦训练。 Text 新视野英语教程Section A: Expressions & Patterns 6.听人说起…… • to hear of (L. 14) 活学活用 As soon as they heard of the news of taking a match next month, the whole family start training hard at once.

  35. Text 新视野英语教程Section A: Expressions & Patterns 7.切断;阻拦 • to cut off (L. 15) 活学活用 洪水冲毁了铁路,从而切断了给灾区的食物供应。 The flood destroyed the railway, thus cutting off the food supply to the disaster-stricken area.

  36. Text 新视野英语教程Section A: Expressions & Patterns 8 对……提高警惕;特别注意…… • to guard…from… (L. 16) 活学活用 现在人们必须对社会上存在的各种各样的诱惑提高警惕。 Nowadays, people have to guard themselves from different kinds of temptations in society.

  37. Text 新视野英语教程Section A: Expressions & Patterns 9 至今;直到现在 • to this day (L. 16) 活学活用 需要我们关注的是, 直到现在,还有很多贫困地区的孩子上不了学。 We should pay attention to the fact that, to this day, many children in poor areas do not have access to school.

  38. Text 新视野英语教程Section A: Expressions & Patterns 10 遵循某人的意见、建议. • to follow one’s advice (L. 19) 活学活用 如果你按照老师的建议去做,英语学习可以变得很有趣。 If you follow the teacher’s advice, the study of English can be much more interesting.

  39. 新视野英语教程Section A: Expressions & Patterns Text 11 尽可能地… • as… as possible (L. 22) 活学活用 他们并不富裕,但是他们 尽自己所能去帮助那些穷人。 They are not rich, but they are doing as much as possible to help the poor.

  40. Text 新视野英语教程Section A: Expressions & Patterns 12 死于… • to die from/of (L.23) 活学活用 经过官方调查,全世界每年有数以百万计的人死于吸毒。 According the official investigation, every year, millions of people die of drug abuse all over the world.

  41. Text 新视野英语教程Section A: Expressions & Patterns 13 (开始)明白,了解到;开始流行 • to catch on (L. 26) 活学活用 在过去的十年中,互联网在全球范围内流行起来. During the past 10 years, the internet caught on quickly all over the world.

  42. Text 新视野英语教程Section A: Expressions & Patterns 14 看见…时 • at the sight of (L. 27) 活学活用 一看到这美丽的景色,我恨不得马上就到那里去. I always have a great tempt of going there immediately at the sight of the beautiful scenery.

  43. Text 新视野英语教程Section A: Expressions & Patterns 15 (开车)送… • to drop… off (L. 32) 活学活用 司机把我丢到了一个了无人烟的地方然后扬长而去. The driver dropped me off in the middle of a desert and left without a word.

  44. Text 新视野英语教程Section A: Expressions & Patterns 16 保护…免受... • to protect…from… (L. 37) 活学活用 父母不仅应该保护孩子身体免受伤害,更应该避免他们心理上受到创伤。 Parents should protect their children not only from physical hurt but also from psychological damage.

  45. Text 新视野英语教程Section A: Expressions & Patterns 17 (车)驶离(路边或另一开动的车辆) • to pull away (L. 41) 活学活用 他眼泪汪汪地站在站台上, 一直等到火车开走。 He stood on the platform with tears in his eyes until the train pulled away.

  46. Text 新视野英语教程Section A: Expressions & Patterns 1. Sentence pattern for presenting examples. 译文:父亲告诫我们说,在饭店就餐会面临许多危险——粗心的服务员可能会把滚烫的咖啡打翻在你头上,饭店员工们可能没洗过手,等等。 原句:Restaurants, Dad warned, presented many risks–from careless waiters who might drop hot coffee onto your head, to employees who didn’t wash their hands.(Para.4) 句型结构 Sth. or doing sth. presents / provides many risks/dangers/ conveniences/ services– from sth. to sth. else.(黄体字可替换) 某事或做某事会带来/提供危险/方便/服务— 从……到……等等。 上一页 下一页

  47. Text II.新视野英语教程Section A: Expressions & Patterns 活学活用 现在互联网对我们的日常生活越来越有用了。它为我们提供了从速度极快的电子邮件到网上购物等等各种各样的服务。 Nowadays, the internet becomes more and more useful in our daily life. It provides us many services—from fast E-MAIL to shopping online. 上一页 下一页

  48. Text 新视野英语教程Section A: Expressions & Patterns 2. Sentence pattern for assumptive possibility. 原句: We had our broken bones, car accidents, and illnesses — some of which might have been avoided if we had followed his advice. 译文:我们曾经摔断过骨头,出过交通事故,生过病。如果我们听从父亲劝告的话,有些意外是可以避免的。 句型结构 Sth.might have been avoided ifsb. haddone sth. (黄体字可替换) 假如某人做了某事的话,某事是可以避免的。 上一页 下一页

  49. Text 新视野英语教程Section A: Expressions & Patterns 活学活用 他高考失败了。如果他再努力一点点的话,这原本是可以避免的。 He failed his entrance examination to college, which might have been avoided if he had studied a little harder. 上一页 下一页

  50. 新视野英语教程Section A: Expressions & Patterns Comprehension Getting the Message(P.85) Using the Right Word(P.86) Vocabulary Working with Expressions(P.86) Sentence Rewriting A (P.87) Structure Sentence Rewriting B (P.87) Translation Exercise A(P.88) Translation Translation Exercise B(P.88)