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  1. New Horizon College English Unit 7 : Section A Face to Face with Guns

  2. Part I: Pre-reading Activities Part II: Text Learning Text Analysis: A: Developments of the Story Warming-up Exercises Background Information B: Ideas & Devices of Developing the Text Part III: Exercises Language Points Vocabulary Structure Part IV: Topic-related Further Learning Translation Story Summary Some Recommended Books, Passages and Websites. Text Structure Analysis Structured Writing

  3. Pre-reading activities — Warming-up Exercise Questions and Answers 1. How many things did the thieves steal from the man? What were they? 2. What saved the man’s life? 3. What is the raging river?

  4. Pre-reading activities — Warming-up Exercise Questions and Answers 1. They stole altogether three things from him. They are the man’s money, watch and KFC. 2. It was the man’s KFC. The thieves took the KFC from him and ran away.

  5. Pre-reading activities — Warming-up Exercise 3. In its original sense, the raging river should be a river that is rushing angrily along. But the riverhere refers to those youngsters who are acting aggressively against the law by stealing and robbing with guns, and who are spoiling the good things of our society. The author uses the phrase to mean the danger that our society is being placed in.

  6. Pre-reading activities — Background Information KFC: Kentucky Fried Chicken, known as KFC in the US, is the world’s most popular chicken restaurant chain. The company originated and still has its headquarters in the US. It now has more than 30,000 restaurants worldwide. 911: This is the emergency telephone number in US and Canada for contacting the police department, the fire department or medical emergency services.

  7. Pre-reading activities — Background Information Blake's Thames: Blake, William (1757-1827) was an English poet and artist whose best known books of poems are Songs of Innocence and Songs of Experience. The quotation used in Passage A comes from the first verse of a poem called “London.” The Thames: The Thames is the main river flowing through London, and England's most important river.

  8. Text Learning — Text Analysis Recordings of New words & Text Developments of the Story Main idea and devices for developing it Part I Part I New Words Part II Part II Part III Part III Text Part IV Part IV

  9. Text Analysis — New Words • cautious • unusual • exception • shave • unshaven • stocking • nylon • shrub • pad • pistol • contrive • toss • bark • instinct • instinctively • wallet • trousers • sideways(s) • slight • enlarge • polish • unexpected • unexpectedly • attach • criminal • victim • offend • offender • instinctively • wallet • trousers • sideways(s) • slight • enlarge • polish • unexpected • unexpectedly • attach • criminal • victim • offend • offender

  10. Text Analysis — New Words • user • detail • rip • wrist • lawn • dirt • forehead • temple • lord • mercy • sin • sinner • footstep • span • fry • fry • eternal • eternity • operator • rob • robber • robbery • stiff • additional • current • woe • foundation • presently • dam • face to face • pull into • as if • attach to • rather than • have mercy on sb. • get to one’s feet • look through • be out of control • ear (away) at • KFC • Leslie • LAPD • Blake; Thames

  11. Text Analysis — Developments of the Story A robbery committed at night By saying “I scan the street and pathways for anything – or anyone – unusual…”, the author wants to show he is a habitually cautious person when the robbery happened to him and so to draw the rest of our attention to the robbery itself. The process of being robbed An inquiry into the case by the police Deep thinking about the robbers’ behavior

  12. Text Analysis — Developments of the Story A robbery committed at night The author then gives a detailed description of how he was being robbed and what saved his life; yet he had no idea the robbers were simply youngsters. The process of being robbed An inquiry into the case by the police Deep thinking about the robbers’ behavior

  13. Text Analysis — Developments of the Story A robbery committed at night After a further inquiry into the case, the police invited the author to look through the “mug shots” and identify the robbers at the station. The process of being robbed An inquiry into the case by the police Deep thinking about the robbers’ behavior

  14. Text Analysis — Developments of the Story A robbery committed at night The author compares the many young suspects he saw in the mug shots to a kind of river that is out of control, and he imagines the destruction they could bring to our lives and society, as flowing on a sad current is quite dangerous. The process of being robbed An inquiry into the case by the police Deep thinking about the robbers’ behavior

  15. Text Analysis — Learning Ideas and Way to Develop it The man who watched everything around cautiously was robbed one night when he walked out of the garage. Main idea Part I Part II Part III Description of details(细节描写) Way to develop it Part IV To be continued

  16. Text Analysis — Learning Ideas and Way to Develop it By detailed descriptions of the men’s appearance, the author knew he was attacked by robbers, despite the fact that he was a cautious person. To be continued

  17. Text Analysis — Learning Ideas and Way to Develop it In general, one who is in a stocking cap,emerges from the shrub and puts his pistol between another’s eyesat that time of night is likely to be taken as someone who wants to rob. Such an appearance and activities led to the author’s direct thinking of being attacked by a robber. (细节描写)

  18. Text Analysis — Learning Ideas and Way to Develop it The robbers got what they wanted from the man and let him go without taking his life. Main idea Part I Part II A mixed method of narration, description of the physical movements and exchange of dialogues(叙事、对话及动作描写) Way to develop it Part III Part IV To be continued

  19. Text Analysis — Learning Ideas and Way to Develop it The author gives the reader a vivid picture of how the entire robbery was committed through a mixed method of narration, description of the physical movements and exchange of dialogues between the robbers and their victim. To be continued

  20. Text Analysis — Learning Ideas and Way to Develop it He moved behind me, put his gun on my neck and began to search my trousers… “Here,” I replied, extending my left arm sideways. (人物动作描写) Just then, his partner appeared. Slight and shorter, he held an enlarged blue steel pistol. His dark eyes shone like polished glass; his arms and legs moved unexpectedly, as if… (叙事及人物动作描写) To be continued

  21. Text Analysis — Learning Ideas and Way to Develop it “Where’s your wallet?” the robber said, and the victim gave up his wallet; “Where’s your watch? ” the robber said again, and he gave up his watch; “What’s this?” the big one asked. “It’s KFC chicken.” Meanwhile, they shouted “Give it up, mother…”, “Stop looking at us…”, “Get down…”, and something of the kind that are typical of a robber at work. (人物对话描写) To be continued

  22. Text Analysis — Learning Ideas and Way to Develop it And, suddenly--wallet,watch and chicken in hand--their footsteps faded down the darkened street . I turned to see their shadows get into a car and speed away. I had been spared…(叙事)

  23. Text Analysis — Learning Ideas and Way to Develop it The police invited the man to look through the “mug shots” and identify the robbers at the station after an inquiry was made into the case. Main idea Part I Part II Part III Narration(叙事) Way to develop it Part IV To be continued

  24. Text Analysis — Learning Ideas and Way to Develop it After the robbery was over, the victim called 911. A police car arrived with two officers. The victim was invited to look through the “mug shots” and identify the robbers at the station after a further inquiry was made into the case. (叙事)

  25. Text Analysis — Learning Ideas and Way to Develop it The sight of so many young suspects at the station made the man think about the harm they could do to the good things in our lives and society. Main idea Part I Part II Part III Comparison(比喻) Way to develop it Part IV To be continued

  26. Text Analysis — Learning Ideas and Way to Develop it The author compares the amazing number of young suspects he saw in the mug shots to a kind of river that is out of control. When gathering together, they could form a current that is able to bring destruction to the good things in our lives and society. That is why he has a feeling of flowing on a sad current. He notes that someday we will have to face this river and seek the depths of its discontent.(比喻)

  27. Text Analysis — Language Points • face to face • scan… for… • pull into • be no exception • emerge from • as if • attach to • focus on • rather than • have mercy on sb. • speed away • get to one’s feet • look through • be out of control • ear (away) • at hold dear

  28. Text Analysis — Language Points 1. face to face (with) (in the title) 面对面地 Talking face to face with people from other cultures gives a feeling of freshness. 与不同文化背景的人面对面交谈使人有新鲜感。

  29. Text Analysis — Language Points 2. scan… for…(L.1) 扫视…… 以搜寻…… The radar system is scanning the sky for any hostile aircraft. 雷达正在搜寻空中的敌机。

  30. Text Analysis — Language Points 3. pull into…(L.2)(车)驶入,进站 As the train was pulling into the station, she could no longer keep back her tears and cried. 火车进站时,她再也止不住泪水,她哭了。

  31. Text Analysis — Language Points 4. be no exception(L.2) 无一例外 Everyone should obey the college regulations, and there is no exception. 大家都应遵守校规,无一例外。

  32. Text Analysis — Language Points 5. emerge from…(L.4) 从……里浮出来 The captain said the submarine could have struck something hard as it emerged from the water. 舰长说,潜艇上浮时可能撞上了硬物。

  33. Text Analysis — Language Points 6. as if…(L.23) 好像 She felt as if she were walking on a very thin layer of ice. 她感到自己正如履薄冰。

  34. Text Analysis — Language Points 7. attach… to… (L.23) 将……贴到上面 a. You need to attach a stamp to your letter before you mail it. 寄信前,你得先贴张邮票上去。 b. The governments around the globe are attaching great importance to the education of their citizens about how to protect themselves effectively against AIDS. 各国政府高度重视教育其国民,如何有效去预防艾滋病。

  35. Text Analysis — Language Points 8. focus… on…(L.26) 将……集中于 I could focus none of my attention on my lessons today, because I had a terrible quarrel with a classmate. 今天我无法集中精力做功课,因为我和同学发生了严重的口角.

  36. Text Analysis — Language Points 9. rather than…(L.27) 而不是 I would endure the sufferings in life rather than sacrifice my dignity for a few extra dollars. 我宁愿忍受生活的痛苦,也不愿为多得几个钱丧失尊严。

  37. Text Analysis — Language Points 10. have mercy on someone(L.33) 可怜某人 Would you please stop talking to me like that and have some mercy on my nerves? 请别再对我那么唠叨了,饶一饶我的神经好不好?

  38. Text Analysis — Language Points 11. speed away(L.41) 急速开走 The sports car turned into a side street and sped away. 那辆赛车拐进了一条侧街,然后疾驰而去。

  39. Text Analysis — Language Points 12. get to one’s feet(L.45) 站起来 She fell for the sixth time, but once again she got to her feet and continued to run till she got to the end of the race. 她第六次摔到,可她再次爬了起来,直至跑完全程。

  40. Text Analysis — Language Points 13. look through… (L.54) 浏览;细看 While she was looking through the newspaper, she caught sight of the picture of the man who had robbed her two days before. 她浏览报纸时,突然看到两天前抢劫过她的那个男子的照片。

  41. Text Analysis — Language Points 14. (be) out of control(L.59) 失控 The big fire got out of control, and the flames were licking the roof of my house. 大火失控了,烈焰正舔舐着我家的屋顶。

  42. Text Analysis — Language Points 15. eat (away) at…(L.59) 逐渐侵蚀 The polluted rain water are eating at the outside of the stone sculpture all the year round. 受到污染的雨水,终年侵蚀着这尊石雕的外表。

  43. Text Analysis — Language Points 16. hold dear(L.60) 珍视 The war has taken away all of the things I hold so dear as a teenager. 战争夺走了我这个少年所珍惜的一切。

  44. Exercises — Vocabulary III. Spell the following words with the help of their definitions and the first letters. (p154) cautious 1. c ________ a. careful to escape danger or risk exception 2. e ________ n. a person or thing that is not included instinct 3. i _________ n. the ability to act or behave in a certain way without having to learn it or think about it

  45. Exercises — Vocabulary enlarge 4. e ________ v. to make something larger or become larger unusual 5. u________ a. not usual offend 6. o ________ v. to make someone angry or hurt the feeling of someone; to do wrong detail 7. d ________ n. a single part, fact or piece of information about something

  46. Exercises — Vocabulary slight 8. s ________ a. small; not important, of thin build foundation 9. f ________ n. a basic idea, law, situation etc. something develops from additional 10. a ________ a. more than what is agreed or expected

  47. Exercises — Vocabulary IV. Complete the following sentences with some of the words used in Exercise III. Change the form where necessary. cautious / exception / instinct / enlarge / unusual offend / detail / slight / foundation / additional 1. When I saw the job announced in the paper, I wrote to the company to ask for the _______ of it. details foundation 2. Respect for the law is the very ___________ of civilized living.

  48. Exercises — Vocabulary cautious / exception / instinct / enlarge / unusual offend / detail / slight / foundation / additional offended 3. She looked a bit _________ when you called her middle-aged. 4. Most of the buildings in the college are rather dull, but this teaching building is a(n) ___________. exception 5. I’ve heard that exercise caused your heart to _________, but I don’t know whether it’s true or not. enlarge

  49. Exercises — Vocabulary cautious / exception / instinct / enlarge / unusual offend / detail / slight / foundation / additional slight 6. Doctors say he has made a(n) ________advance since he had the operation. instinct 7. People know that babies cry by ________ when they are hungry. cautious 8. Be __________ when holding those glasses; they are easy to break.

  50. Exercises — Vocabulary V. Fill in the blanks with the expressions given below. Change the form where necessary. face to face with / pull into / look through / attach… to… rather than / out of control / eat away at / hold dear attached to 1. In Britain, packets of cigarettes come with a government health warning ____________ them. Looking through 2. ________ a magazine in the doctor’s waiting room, I found a photograph of my own daughter’s wedding.