Lesson 52 of Unit 13
Aids：a recorder and a small blackboard
Step 1. Revision
1.Check the homework exercises.
2.Get several students to tell something about Albert Einstein.
Step 2. Checkpoint
Go through Checkpoint 1.
Deal with any other language points that the students wish to raise.
Step 3. Test
Write the following words on the blackboard：
… we should invite to open the conference is a question.
… it should last two days or three days doesn’t matter.
The question is … we shall find a hall large enough for 200 people.
… many people will attend the conference has not been decided.
That is … nothing has yet been organized.
It is uncertain … we should hold the conference，in May or June.
Is … he said really true？
The question is …office we should use，yours or mine.
It is still unknown … will be sent to the States.
…so many people are interested in football is what we want to know.
Step 4. Writing
Write a brief introduction about Einstein’s life.
Step 5. Workbook
Finish off all the exercises in workbook.
1.Write down a short passage in your notebooks.
2.Have a good preview about next unit.
He wanted to write about Einstein’s life in the college magazine.
He was offered a good job as professor, life was becoming very dangerous for Jews in Germany in the 1930s.
It is very quiet. He can get on with his research. He has a lot of visitors. There are lots of good things about his fife there.
He helps her with her arithmetic homework.
How long have you been in Princeton?
Why did you choose Princeton?
What made you decide to come to America?
What do you like about living in Princeton, Professor?
What other interests do you have?
And do you have any special friends?