Lesson 57 教学设计方案
I). Main facts
Find out the right topic sentence for each paragraph.
Paragraph 1 _____ Paragraph 2 _____
Paragraph 3 _____ Paragraph 4 _____
Paragraph 5 _____ Paragraph 6 _____
II). Further reading
1. Which is the most important tip the author wants to give us in the passage?
A. Three ways of reading.
B. Enjoy our reading.
C. How to decide what to read.
D. How to guess the unknown words.
2. “Its enough to dip into it and read bits here and there.” The underlined phrase in the above sentence can be replaced by ______.
A. put into B. taste
C. swallow D. chew and digest
3. When corning across a new word in reading, we_______.
A. should never turn to a dictionary for help
B. have to guess its exact meaning from the context (上下文)
C. can get some hints (提示) from the situation and repeated examples in the text
D. neednt pay any attention to it
4. The following tips EXCEPT _________ can help you decide whether a book is worth chewing and digesting.
A. to make sure the book is the one you can easily read and understand
B. to get an idea of the organization of the book
C. to read the first few chapters very slowly and Carefully
D. to see whether the book will interest you or not
5. “But not all the stories belong to this class.” The underlined word in the above sentence has the same meaning as the one in “_________”
A. I have been twice at the French class at Morris’s.
B. All matter can be divided into 3 classes: compounds, mixtures and elements.
C. He has a prejudice (偏见) against the English middle class.
D. Are you in the first-year class or the second-year class?
6. An interesting magazine, which you may read in a doctors waiting room, belongs to the books for ________.
A. swallowing B. tasting
C. chewing and digesting D. A & B
7. Which of the following is WRONG?
A. Our hobbies can sometimes help to decide what to read.
B. It is suggested in the passage that we should use a dictionary when necessary.
C. If you chew and digest a book, it just means that you read it very slowly.
D. Reading cannot only help to improve our English but also enlarge our knowledge.
1. B 2. B 3. C 4. C 5. B 6. D 7. C
I)Learn the words by the context:
1.Some books are to be tasted, others to be swallowed, and some few to be chewed and digested.
2.Other books are for reading slowly and carefully. If it is a book on a subject that you are interested in, you will want to “chew and digest it”.
3.For example, you might pick up a travel book and read a few pages before going to sleep.It is enough to dip into it and read bits here and there. In a word, this is “tasting”.
2)The chemistry teacher dipped a finger into the cup and showed it to the class.Then, he put a finger in his mouth, tasted it and smiled. (Lesson6 of BookI)
II)Put the following into Chinese, paying attention to the underlined part.
(1) I am going to sell this old car, and buy a new one.
(2) Its turned awfully chilly, and I think its going to rain.
(3) The books you borrowed from the library are to be returned before July 5th.
(4) The train is to arrive in Beijing at 10:25 pm.
(5) I met Christine in the door way just as she was about to go away.
(6) Johnny was about to say something more about the problem, but he checked himself.
2. turn to/belong to/dip into/come across/ pick up
(7) When our TV set broke, the repairman came in his truck to ______ it ______.
(8) They met after 5 years, and ________ their friendship as if there had been no interruption.
(9) Two-thirds of the members in the club_________ the wealthy class.
(10) I cant say I know a great deal about American history. I have just ________ one or two books on the subject.
(11) Each student ______ a finger _______ the mixture and sucked it. The mixture tasted terrible.
(12) After he left university Eric became a teacher, but later _______ journalism (新闻业).
(13) Frank assured me that if I ever needed financial help I could always _______ him.
(14) I ________ this book in an old bookstore on Fourth Avenue, so I got it quite by chance.
3. in a word / in other words / above all /at the same time / such as / and so on
(15) The band played all the evening-. Beethoven and Wagner ________ .
(16) Animals that gnaw (咬、啃), _____ mice, rats, rabbits and weasels, are called rodents (啮齿动物).
(17) Martin is smart, polite and well-behaved. _________, he is admirable.
(18) Bruce did pass the history exam; ______he didnt know the subject very well.
(19) Quite a few tips are given on how to be an efficient reader, but ______ we must enjoy our reading.
(20) Your performance didnt meet our demand — _________, you failed.
Keys: (7) pick up (8) picked up (9) belong to (10) dipped into (11) dipped into (12) turned to (13) turn to (14) came across (15) and so on (16) such as (17) in a word (18) at the same time (19) above all (20) in other words
Do you read newspapers regularly? Newspaper articles 1 important and interesting information for people of all ages 2, not all information is of 3 to everyone. Fortunately, finding the sections that 5 you particularly want to read 4 not difficult. There are probably certain sections of the paper 5 interest you most. 6 , the title of articles and the pictures 7 some clues about the contents.
Once you have chosen 8 article to read, you will find the important 9 information 10 the key facts in the first few paragraphs. The remainder( 其余的部分) of most articles gives 11 . These details are usualy 12 because they 13 valuable supporting ideas to help the reader 14 the key facts better.Sometimes they are simply human-interest（人类感兴趣的）details, 15 background information or quotes(引用) from people in the news story.
Remember this important difference 16 a fiction(小说) story and a news story: the ending of a fiction story is important part.It is necessary to read only far 18 in the article to understand 19 has happened. The details are for people 20 are more intersted in that subject.
1.A. cover B.keep C.record D.contain
2.A.Whatever B.Otherwise C.However D.Because
3.A.interest B.interesting C.interested D.important
4.A.is B.be C are D.does
5.A.what B.that C it D.really
6.A. Above all B. In a word C.Beside D.Apart from that
7.A.give B.gives C.make D.makes
8.A.a B.an C.the D.\
9.A common B.ordinary C.general D.detailed
10.A with B.into C.for D.and
11.A facts B.details C.material D.things
12.A.including B.included C.used D.found
13.A provided B.provides C.providing D.provide
14.A.understand B.read C.see