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高二·Unit 13 Albert Einstein(三)
2008-10-13
 

Lesson 51 of Unit 13

  Aims:Revise Noun Clause as Subject

  Procedures:

  Step 1. Revision

  Check the homework exercises

  Do some translation

  不要满足于小小的成就。

  他的粗枝大叶导致他的失败。

  我们过着好日子的时候不要忘记过去。

  他的作文全篇都是错误。

  这些就是我们所取得的成就

  除了英语我们还学数理化。

  Step 2. Presentation for reading

  Today we’re going to find out more about Albert Einstein. Read the passage quickly to find the answer to the question:

  Why did Einstein leave Europe?

  It was not safe to remain there.

  Step 3. Reading

  Read silently and carefully and answer the following questions:

  Does light bend or does it travel in a straight line?

  Did other scientists agree with Einstein at first?

  Why didn’t he fight in the First World War?

  Step 4. Reading aloud

  Play the tape for the students to listen and repeat.

  Step 5. Note making

  A straight line

  Light coming from the stars

  As a result

  It appeared to sb.

  Work out

  It was said that

  Prove the idea to sb

  Stick to

  Go on with

  Become world-famous

  From that time on

  Be greatly respected

  The leading scientist of the century

  Take Swiss nationality

  Join the army

  Take sides in the war

  Be ruled by Hitler

  In the early 1930s

  Find it + adj. + to do

  Write a letter to a newspaper

  Leave … for

  Step 6. Practice

  Revise the forms of Noun Clauses as the Subject and write the following two sentences on the Bb:

  What she thought was very interesting.

  It was strange that some people were wearing nineteenth-century clothes.

  Let the students work alone or in pairs and then check the answers with the whole class about Part 4 on P5.

  Step 7. Language focus

  When putting a question into the Noun Clause,the question form should be changed into a statement form the word order should be:

  Interrogative pronoun / Adverb + Subject + Predicate + Object + Predicate part.

  Step 8. Workbook

  Let the students try to do the exercises on their own and then check the answers with the whole class.

  Homework:

  Remember the first sentence in each paragraph and talk about the contents with your classmates in your spare time.

  Finish off all the exercises in workbook.

  Blackboard design:

His new idea

Prove it to others and was respected

His opinion about the war

The reason why he left Europe

  Aims:Language points

  Teaching Procedures:

  Step 1 Revision

  1.Check homework

  2.Translate some phrases

  Step 2 Language points

  light coming from the stars = that came from the stars

  Let’s go and see the boy standing by the gate.

  The woman wearing a pair of glasses is our teacher of physics.

  Who is the girl speaking to the foreigner?

  The big tree lying across the road was blown down yesterday.

  it appears/seems to sb. + that clause

  It is our duty to clean the classroom.

  It is nice meeting you here.

  It appears that he won’t come tonight.

  It appeared to me that she enjoyed the food very much.

  It seems to me that they are right.

  It seemed that the manager was very angry.

  work out

  I can’t work out those problems.

  Can you work out how much it costs to build the bridge?

  He said he could work this puzzle out,but he didn’t.

  appear to have done

  The stars appeared to have moved. = It appeared that the starts had moved.

  He appeared to have heard of the bad news. = It appeared that he had heard of the bad news.

  They appeared to have done such a thing. = It appeared that they had done such a thing.

  She appeared not to have got my letter. = It appeared that she hadn’t got my letter.

  predictive clause

  The problem is how we can stop pollution

  That is how they left Germany during the war.

  That is why Einstein and his family left Europe for the USA in 1933.

  The problem is when you can finish the work.

  The trouble is where we can get so many tools.

  stick to —— refuse to change

  No matter what you say,I shall stick to my plan.

  You have made a good decision,and you should stick to it.

  Do you always stick to your promises?

  Insist on —— to order sth. to happen;strongly demand sth. or doing sth.

  His daughter insisted on coming with him.

  George’s father insisted on paying for the meal.

  I’m afraid I have to insist on the return of my books at once.

  What he wanted to see was an end to all the armies of the world.

  What you need is more practice.

  What he said seems all wrong.

  What I want to know is the cause of the accident.

  find it + adj./n. + infinitive

  I found it possible to work out the problem without a computer.

  He found it possible to leave Germany for the USA.

  Do you find it a hard job to end the fighting?

  It is + adj./n. + that-clause

  It is certain that fuels like coal and oil cause a lot of pollution.

  It is not yet decided when and where the test will be given.

  It is said / reported … that-clause

  It was said that only three people in the world could understand it at that time.

  It is hoped that you’ll be able to visit our city in the near future.

  Step 3 Practice

  Finish off all the exercises in workbook.

  Homework:

  Reading comprehension

  Write a short passage with the phrases in this lesson.

  Blackboard Design:

light coming from the stars = that came from the stars

it appears/seems to sb. + that clause

work out

appear to have done

predictive clause

stick to---refuse to change

  • What he wanted to see was an end to all the armies of the world.
  • find it + adj./n. + infinitive
  • It is + adj./n. + that-clause
 
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