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Friends are good for our happy life.

However, sometimes there are conflicts and disagreement in friendship.

Discussion
? 1. If your friend tells others about your secrets, how will you feel and what will you react? ? We should keep our promise and keep friends’ secrets. Honesty and loyalty is one of the most important factors in the friendship.

? 2. When your friendship is in trouble, will you stop talking with your friend and make a new friend? Friends should unite and help each other when meeting with some difficulties both in study or in other fields of life.

? In other words, we are supposed to take honesty and union as glory.

M5 U1 Getting along with others

Reading

Challenge Your Memory
List 1 meaning List 2 meaning

betray quiz pretend cheerful

背叛,出卖
小测验 假装,扮作

beg

请求,恳求,乞讨 发誓;咒骂

swear spy

窥探;间谍 真诚地,衷心地
原谅,宽恕 真诚地

愉快的,高兴的 truly

washroom 洗手间,厕所 forgive

admit

承认,允许进入,接 纳

sincerely

Secrets and lies
Scanning
Sarah got a D in a Secret:______________________ surprise math quiz. Hannah swore that she Lie:_________________________ hadn’t let out the secret.

T or F T 1. Sarah and Hannah are good at studying. F 2. Sarah overlooked her study of math, so
she was determined to work harder at it. F 3. Sarah willingly told Hannah her secret. T 4. Sarah was angry because she thought Hannah must have told the classmates about her grade. F 5. Hannah was 100% sure that someone spied on them in the washroom. T 6. Sarah did not trust Hannah any more.

1. Why does Sarah feel betrayed by her best friend Hannah? A. Because Hannah gets as good marks as her. B. Because she told her secret to Hannah alone. C. Because she thinks Hannah let out her secret to other classmates. 2. Why wasn’t Sarah worried about the results of the surprise quiz? A. Because Sarah used to work hard and get good marks. B. Because Sarah was sure that she would get a good mark. C. Because the math quiz was too easy for Sarah to take. 3. How do you think Sarah’s secret was let out? A. Hannah told it to others. B. B. Sarah let it out herself. C. No one was sure about it. D. Her classmates happened to hear it.

Reading comprehension

Challenge Your Memory
List 1 meaning List 2 meaning

childhood superb focus quarrel pace

童年,幼年
极佳的,卓越的 集中精力于

horrible

极坏的,恐怖的
内疚的,有罪的 残酷的,残忍的 评论

guilty cruel

极佳的,卓越的 remark 速度,步伐,节奏awkward
方式,态度,举止

令人尴尬的,笨拙的 道歉 擅长运动的, 健壮的

manner
sensitive

apologize

敏感的,体贴的,athletic 易生气的

A friendship in trouble

1. Whose fault is it to get Andrew and Matthew’s friendship into trouble? A. It is Andrew’s fault. B. It is Matthew’s fault. C. It is both Andrew’s and Matthew’s fault. D. It is neither Andrew’s nor Matthew’s fault. 2. Which of the following statements is TRUE according to the second letter? A. Matthew wants Peter to be his best friend instead of Andrew. B. Matthew has been upset with their trouble in friendship. C. Matthew used to be hard to get along with. D. Matthew made Andrew angry by comparing himself with Beckham.

Reading comprehension

Questions
1. Why did Matthew get annoyed at Andrew after the match? 2. What did Matthew think about losing the match?

3. What kind of boy is Matthew?

1. Why did Matthew get annoyed at Andrew after the match? Because Andrew was very angry with him and said he was not trying hard enough.

2. What did Matthew think about losing the match?
He thought it wasn’t his fault. 3. What kind of boy is Matthew?

2. What did Matthew think about losing the match?
He thought it wasn’t his fault. 3. What kind of boy is Matthew?

He is usually cheerful and outgoing.

Reading strategy: understanding feelings

Do you know
about the structure of a letter to a magazine advice columnist ? how to read writing of this type?

Reading strategy: understanding feelings
A letter to a magazine advice columnist usually includes: 1) Descriptions of _____________ 2) Descriptions of ______________

how to read writing of this type?

Reading strategy: understanding feelings
A letter to a magazine advice columnist usually includes: problems 1) Descriptions of _____________ 2) Descriptions of ______________

how to read writing of this type?

Reading strategy: understanding feelings
A letter to a magazine advice columnist usually includes: problems 1) Descriptions of _____________ 2) Descriptions of ______________ feelings

how to read writing of this type?

Reading strategy: understanding feelings
A letter to a magazine advice columnist usually includes: problems 1) Descriptions of _____________ 2) Descriptions of ______________ feelings

how to read writing of this type?
1) identify the writer’s feelings towards a certain problem

Reading strategy: understanding feelings
A letter to a magazine advice columnist usually includes: problems 1) Descriptions of _____________ 2) Descriptions of ______________ feelings

how to read writing of this type?
1) identify the writer’s feelings towards a certain problem 2) then think about what advice has been given to him/her.

Let’s take Sarah’s letter for example:

How Sarah felt: betrayed ashamed upset angry

Why?

She thought her best friend Hannah didn’t keep her secret. She scored the lowest mark in her class. She found a piece of paper on her desk that said “stupid Sarah got a D”. She thought Sarah didn’t keep her word.

Practice of reading strategy
A friendship in trouble
Andrew felt: Why? angry They lost the game because of __________ Matthew’s carelessness. guilty He made some cruel remarks to __________ Matthew.

Matthew hasn’t spoken to him though they sit next to each awkward __________ other in class.

Group work: Problem solving
Suppose you are the advice columnist , what advice will you give Sarah and what to Andrew? Choose one of the topics and try to think of as much advice as possible.

Group work: Problem solving
How to mend a friendship?
1. Think with changing position 2. Tell your friend your feelings face to face or in a letter 3. Say & explain what has happened 4. Forget your pride and apologize 5. Share good memories together and remind the importance of friendship

If all your efforts to mend your friendship don’t work, what can we do?
1. Accept it! Let it go! 2. Be a “better” you, and you will attract another better him or her. 3. Tomorrow is another day!

Part E
Anne’s replies to Sarah and Andrew
Keys: (1) betrayed (2) pretended (3) horrible (4) awkward (5) apologize

(6) guilty (7) cruel (8) admit (9) forgive (10) swear

Summary:
What can you learn from the class?


Remember: In our future study and future life we need the ability to get along with others, to work with others , and to cooperate with others.

Practice:
1. Afterwards, I pretended to be cheerful. = Afterwards, I __________ I was cheerful. pretended ______ that 2. As a result of his careless playing we lost. = he played carelessly, ____ as ___ a _____, result we lost. =our loss ________ resulted ____ from his careless playing. =his careless playing ________ our loss. resulted ______ in 3. When he faces difficulty, he is determined to overcome Facing = __________ difficulty, he is determined to overcome it. =_____ Faced ____ with difficulty, he is determined to overcome it. 4. while it may feel awkward, you should apologize for blaming her. =_________ Although it may feel awkward, you should _____ _________ make ______ an apology for blaming her.

5. I was shocked to find a piece of paper on my desk that said," Stupid Sarah got a D!” =I was shocked to find a piece of paper on my desk saying/reading _______________," Stupid Sarah got a D!” 6. It seems that you need to apologize quickly to avoid losing a good friend. = You ______ _____ seem _____ to need to apologize quickly so as_____ not to/in order not to lose a good friend. ____ ______ _____ 7. It is Tom rather than I _____ to blame. is it is I rather than Tom ______ to blame. am 8. He got annoyed, saying _____ (that) it wasn't his fault and ______ I shouldn’t talk to him in this manner. that

1. Who is to ________ blame (blame) for the fire? 2. Hisnot _________________ being admitted (not admit) to University made him upset. 3. The man sat at his desk with his attention __________ focused (focus) on the paper. 4. He pretended __________________(sleep) when to be sleeping I entered his room. to have read 5. He pretended ______________________ (read) the book before. 6. I begged her _____________ (not tell) anyone else. not to tell 7. I was shocked _________ (find) a piece of paper on my desk. to find 8. He accused me of some really bad things _______ to hurt (hurt) me. admit (admit) that it 9. One of you has to be the first to _________ was a mistake. 10. She must have told my classmates about my grade not to after promising __________.


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