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龙文教育一对一个性化辅导教案
学生 黄鑫 科目 英语 课题
教学 重点 教学 难点 教学 目标
1. 复习 U1 重要单词,短语及语法 2. 指导学生如何熟悉 U1 内容 1. 复习强调句 2. 如何指导学生熟悉 U1 内容 1. 使学生学会识别定语从句和强调句 2. 使学生学会一些解题技巧 一、课前热身: 1.和学生复

习上节课的知识

学校 教师

广外外校 傅细毛

年级 日期

高二 2016-3-26

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复习必修三 U4

教 学 步 骤 及 教 学 内 容

2.检查上节课的作业,查漏补缺 二、内容讲解: 1. 检查学生上次的作业,以便查漏补缺 2.课前小测:复习复合句 3.通过讲练结合的方式,加强学生的基础写作和读写任务的总结 4.听力训练 5.复习独立主格结构 三、课堂小结:

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词汇检测: A. reward A. animals A. same A. delay A. possible A. annoyed A. kept A. endlessly A. hunt A. jump A. strangely A. direction A. Based on A. Climbing A. reduced A. learning A. adults A. generally A. mature A. flexibility 短语检测:
1. 收到 ---- 的来信 _________________ 3. 多达;一直到... __________________ 5. 无疑,肯定________________________ 7. 偶然遇见 ________________________ 9. 开始了解 ________________________ 2. 极想; 渴望 _____________________ 4. 适应 ________________________ 6. 不久的前一天 ___________________ 8. 与…有关________________________ 10. 看到奇妙的景象__________________

B. opposite B. children B. ordinary B. regret B. necessary B. alarmed B. practiced B. clumsily B. plant B. work B. initially B. space B. Compared with B. Growing B. allowed B. exercising B. creatures B. hardly B. wise B. liberty

C. basis C. parents C. dull C. enjoy C. reasonable C. amazed C. tested C. crazily C. learn C. play C. naturally C. distance C. Inspired by C. Watering C. damaged C. improving C. humans C. possibly C. athletic C. responsibility

D. nature D. Cats D. chief D. ignore D. difficult D. amused D. required D. aggressively D. catch D. walk D. Equally D. balance D. Developed from D. Cutting D. needed D. growing D. students D. truly D. strong D. curiosity

11. 从...中伸出 ____________________________ 12. 生火_______________________ 13. 参与; 参加 ______________________ 15. 干涸 ____________________________ 14. 完全变干; 干透 __________________ 16. 老实说 ________________________

完成句子:
1. The other day I was_showing the boys the weekly chemistry experiment when,_before I knew it, the mixture
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重点词汇讲解:
1. 课本原句:I know ______ ________ _____ hear all about my life here, so I’ve included some photos which will help you picture the places I talk about. 我知道你急于了解我在这儿的生活情况, 所以我在信中附有几 张照片,会帮助你想象出我所谈到的地方。 be dying to do / be dying for sth. 渴望做某事/渴望某物 意义相近的词组: long to do sth. / long for sth. thirst for sth. / be thirsty for sth. be eager to do sth. / be eager for sth. be anxious to do sth. 联系:die away 逐渐消失 die down 逐渐减弱 die off 相继去世 die out 完全灭绝

2. 课本原句:Many of the boys have walked a long way, sometimes _______ ____ (长达) two hours, to get to the school. up to ①(深度,高度,地位,时间,数目等)直到,达到 up to now/then 直到现在/那时

②(体力或智力上)能胜任 be up to the task 胜任这项任务 ③正在干;从事着(尤指坏事) ;在捣鬼 What?s she up to ? 她在捣什么鬼?

④ be up to sb. 由??决定 It?s up to sb. to do sth. 由某人决定做某事 3. 课本原句:The boys had never ______ ______ (遇到,碰见) anything like this and started jumping out of the windows. come across 偶然遇到/发现;碰见 联系:run into 偶然碰见(人);(使) 跑进;(使)撞上;(使) 遭遇
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stick to the points/ subjects/facts 紧扣主题/题目/事实 5. 课本原句:The hut was dark inside so it took time for our eyes to adjust. adjust to (doing) sth. / adjust (oneself) to sth. “适应,习惯” (adapt oneself to 适应) adjust “调整;整理” adjustment n. make adjustments to 对 ---- 作出调整

6. 课本原句:I loved listening to the family softly talking to each other in their language, even though I could not ________ _____ the conversation. 我喜欢听他们家里人轻声细语地用自己的语言互相交谈,尽管我不能参 与谈话。 participate vi. 参与,参加 通常与介词__________连用. participant n. 参与者 participation n. 参与;参加

7. 课本原句:Tombe told me that the can was heated to _______________ the leftover food. 汤贝告诉我我说,罐子加热是为了把里面的残菜剩饭烧干。 dry out (使浸水等之物)完全变干;干透 dry up (指河流,井等)干涸

8. 课本原句:It was _____ ____ _______ _____ have spent a day with Tombe?s family. 和汤贝一家度过一天, 真是一种特别优待。 privilege n. 特权;特别优待 归纳:It is a privilege to do sth. ---- 做某事是一种殊荣 have the privilege to do / of doing sth. 有特权(权利)干某事 9. 课本原句:Would you like to _______ (捐赠;赠送) an unusual gift? donate vt. 捐赠,赠送;献(血) ,捐献(器官)

donate sth. to sb./sth. 把某物捐赠给---donation n. [C&U] 捐赠物;捐赠;赠送 make a donation to sb./sth. 向----捐赠 10. 课本原句:?bring hope for a better future to a community in need. in need 在困难中;在危急中 in need of 急需

① in…处于??状况,具有?? in difficulties 处于困境 in a hurry 匆忙地 in good health 健康良好 in doubt 怀疑地 in ruins 成废墟 in tears 哭泣地

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七选五:
Vacations are important. We need to take time out from work to relax, and just be ourselves. __16__ We should all be allowed to leave our jobs behind us — at least for a few weeks each year — and just have fun. This might be something as simple as reading a good book in front of a warm fireplace through to travelling to the most interesting places on our planet. Whatever we fancy doing is worth taking time out for. Workplace stress is on the rise. __17__ These include disease, depression and even death. We all seem to be running from one place to the next, never finding out where we want to go in the first place. I intend to break that t rend in the coming days. __18__ I will slee p late, write, watch movies, drink the occasional glass of wine, and eat to my heart?s content ignoring calorie counting. My plan is to just enjoy the fleeting moments of being alive. __19__ Spend your next vacation the way you want. Do what will restore your mental health. You?re very valuable to the people who are close to you, and to those who depend on it. Like it or not, we are all interdependent in this great life of ours. You are valuable. Just remember that the next time you look at the mirror and take a deep breath. Remind yourself that there will never be anyone like you ever on this earth again. __20__ All you have to do is just ask yourself what you want to do.源:学科网] A. With it come many health problems. B. When you finally get home you'll be greatly refreshed. C. I challenge each one of you to do the same. D. Draw up a detailed plan so you can see more.
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Most teens look forward to learning how to drive. __36__. Fortunately, there are things that you can do to help your teen become more comfortable behind the wheel. Below are some tips for helping your teen become a more confident driver. ·__37__. Before your teen gets behind the wheel of a car, he or she should be familiar with the rules of the road. You should have your teen review the driver?s handbook and the vehicle's instruction. If your teen understands the basic rules and how the car works, then he or she will feel a little better about getting on the road. · Model good driving Actions speak louder than words. Many people will tell you that they learned how to drive by watching one of their close family members drive. __38__. · Practice Practice makes perfect. The more your teen practices, the more confident he or she will become. Your teen should start off by driving in a place that is free of barriers. __39__. After your teen has gotten comfortable about this, he or she can start practicing on the road. · Drive in a variety of conditions In order for your teen to become a good driver, he or she has to practice driving in a variety of conditions. __40__. · Get car insurance Many teens are worried about how much money their parents would have to pay if an accident occurred. You should explain to your teen that car insurance can help one save a lot of money. A. Teach your teen the rules of the road B. Everyone should be considerate of others on the road C. You should show good driving techniques with examples D. Let your teen finish school before he or she gets on the road E. An empty parking lot is a good place for a new driver to practice F. This includes things such as heavy traffic, bad weather and freeways G. However, some of them are nervous about actually getting out on the road

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综合题讲解: 阅读理解:
A If you can?t wait until the summer for your sunshine fix, why not fly off on a winter break? Here are some great deals for all budgets. 1.ST LUCIA The beachside res ort(度假胜地)of St James?s Club in Morgan Bay is fairly quiet—the local market is nearly 5kin away—but it has six bars,six restaurants and four outdoor pools.There are plenty of watersports,you can travel through the rainforest,go on a jeep trip or enjoy dolphin-Spot-ting.Average temperature in March is 27℃. THE DEAL:A seven-night stay with flights from Gatwick for 1,429pp.From March 1. 2.GOA With an average February temperature of 26℃, scenic Goa makes for a warm winter get?away. In the village of Arpora,the Resorte Marinha Dourada is a 10-minute walk from the clear beach—the hotel provides transfers for guests.Alternatively,relax by the outdoor pool and have a drink at one of the hotel?s two bars.A visit to Arpora?s lively Saturday night market is also recommended.Go bird-watching,beating on the lake,or fishing. THE DEAL:10 nights?bed and breakfast with flights from Manchester for 1,157pp.From February 18. 3.DOMINICAN REPUBLIC Bayahibe is a beautiful fishing village on the shores of the Caribbean and it is also the Dominican Republic?s premier scuba-diving destination. There are around 20 dive sites just off its coast. Enjoy golf, spas, watersports and large outdoor pools. If you simply want to relax, the. Catalonia Gran Dominicus hotel is right on a pure white sandy beach,complete with palm trees.With average February temperature of 28℃,it?s the perfect escape. THE DEAL:A seven-night stay with Gatwick flights for 1,403pp.From February 20. 4.SOUTH AFRICA February is summer in South Africa, with average temperatures in the mid-20s℃. If you fancy chilling out in the sunshine,the Southern Sun Waterfront hotel has a large outdoor poo1.But it is also in the heart of the city, which makes it easy to explore its many historic attractions. Take a cable car ride up Table Mountain, or a short boat trip to Robben Island,where Nelson Mandela was held prisoner. THE DEAL:10 nights for 1,662pp,with Heathrow flights.From February 18. 21.If you are only available in March,which resort should you choose? A.ST LUCIA C.DOMINICAN REPUBLIC B.GOA D.SOUTH AFRICA

22.What?s the price for the deal including underwater exploration?

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23.What do these resorts have in common? A.The same average temperature. C.The local markets. B.The outdoor pools. D.The clear beaches. B “I honestly have no idea how that cat got up there.It?s a hundr ed—foot—metal pole.There?s no way he climbed that thing,”Jim said to the worried woman.It wasn?t even her cat,but she was passing by and saw it. immediately calling the fire—station to come to save it. Jim saw a lot of strange things as a fireman, often sad or upsetting things,but this was new. “I suppose we could get the blanket and see if we can convince the poor cat to jump down· But he doesn?t really look too scared…”Jim said to the woman. “Dave,get over here!”Jim called over his shoulder to the fire truck driver.Dave walked over and looked where Jim was pointing. “How?d he get up there?” Jim shrugged,similarly puzzled.“Do you suppose we could get the blanket and convince him to jump?” Dave shrugged in response.“I don?t see why not.” Jim looked up at the black mass on the top of the flagpole,the American nag waving proudly beneath him.It was definitely a cat,and he regarded the people gathered below as if they were his subjects(臣民)and he their king, his yellow eyes scanning his surroundings with apparent disinterest. When the blanket was spread out below the cat,Jim and Dave began striking the flagpole.The cat looked down, and then gazed into the sky as if it were looking for something.Jim and Dave followed his gaze.Suddenly, out of the clear sky, appeared a dark figure. The figure swooped(俯冲)low toward the flagpole. It was an eagle! As it got closer,the cat leaped down the pole swiftly onto the ground,and then got lost in the bushes. Jim,Dave,and the old woman were left with their mouths open.They all agreed it was the best way to get it down. 24.Why did the woman call the firestation? A.Because the pole was on fire. C.Because she felt it was strange. B.Because her cat was missing. D.Because she wanted to save the cat.

25.What does the underlined word“him”refer to? A.The cat. B.Jim. C.The king. D.Dave.

26.What did the firemen plan to do at first?

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C.To shout at the cat.D.To shrug helplessly. 27.Who saved the cat? A.An eagle. C.The cat itself. B.The firemen. D.The people around. C This Monday,the nation will start to celebrate Presidents?Day,just seven days before George Washington?s birthday.Everyone agrees that day is a holiday,but is it just to celebrate George Washington?s Birthday? What about Abraham Lincoln? Some government offices call it Presidents? Day.Others say the holiday is officially Washington?s Birthday.Confused yet? George Washington was elected the country?s first President on April 30,1789.Soon after,Americans began publicly celebrating his birthday.Presidential historians say the actual date of George Washington?s birth is February 11,1732.But a change in the calendar system 20 years later shifted all dates,making Washington?s birthday February 22,which is now well accepted.In 1879.Congress made Washington?s birthday an official federal holiday.It was the first federal holiday to celebrate an individual?s birthday.In 1968,Congress passed the Monday Holidays Act,which moved the holiday to the third Monday in February.The newlaw did not change the holiday?s name.It was still called Wa shington?s Birthday,even though some lawmakers wanted to call it Presidents?Day to include Abraham Lincoln,whose actual birthday is February 12. Many people argue that the holiday should celebrate all past Presidents.They feel Lincoln should be honored for his role in preserving the nation during the Civil War and helping to free slaves.Others feel the holiday should only honor Washington.the countlry?s first President.They say shifting the focus away from Washington would mean future generations of kids would not know about the Father of Our Country. Laws have been introduced in Congress over the years to require use of the term“George Washington?s Birthday. ”but none of those laws have been passed. Meanwhile, many state governments and school districts now use the term“Presidents?Day.”Many stoles also use it to promote holiday sales. Should the holiday honor Washington , Washington and Lincoln , or all past Presidents? Write to emailbag@timeforkids.com and tell us what you think. 28.The President?s Day was originally designed to honor______. A.George Washington C.all presidents B.Abraham Lincoln D.the Civil War

29.What can we infer from the passage? A.Washington?s Birthday is the same as Lincoln?s.B.The change in the calendar system was not wise.

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ten C.The new act changed the holiday?s name. 30.What?s the main argument about this holiday? A.When to celebrate the holiday. C.Which president to honor. 31.What?s the best title for this passage? A.Why people celebrate President Day. C.To celebrate Presidents?Day or not B.The history and debate behind Presidents?Day D.Colorful activities on Presidents?Day D Sometimes, you just can?t help it. Maybe you?re watching a sad movie, or thinking about the friend who moved away. Next thing you know, your eyes are watering, and you have tears running down your cheeks. Why do people cry when they are emotional? What are tears? Scientists are working hard to find the answers to these questions. Ad Vingerhoets is a professor of psychology at Tilburg University,in the Netherl ands.He is one of the few scientists in the world who have studied crying. According to Vingerhoets, there are three types of tears. Basal tears are the first type.Th ey lubricate(润滑)the eyes and act as a protective barrier between the eye and the rest of the World. Next are reflex tears. They wash your eyes clean when something gets in them. Finally, there are emotional tears.“These are released in response to emotional states,”explains Vingerhoets.“Especially when we feel helpless.” Scientists believe that crying has something to do with how humans developed and learned to depend on each other.“Humans are very complex social creatures,”says Lauren Bylsma,a professor at the University of Pittsburgh, in Pennsylvania. “It seems that tears serve to arouse help and su pport. fr om others, ??She says. “Another reason we weep is that humans have the longest developmental period of almost any animal.It takes a long time to grow up.” Vingerhoets agrees.“I think that the reason why humans shed tears(流眼泪)has something to do with our childhood,”he says.“That?s the time when we are stir dependent on adults for love and protection and care.The major advantage of emotional tears is that you can target them at a specific person.”Vingerhoets says this ability to target someone could have come in hand in prehistoric times,when humans were living among dangerous animals. Crying could attract predators(捕食者). Tears were a safer way to get attention. In this case, it is better to use a silent signal to ask for help,”he says. Vingerhoets and Bylsma do frequent studies to better understand why humans cry. According to Byhma, there is still much more to discover.“It?s surprising,”she says,“how much we stiil don?t know.” 32.Which of the following is reflex tears? A.Tears when eyes are dry. B.Tears moved by a story. B.How to celebrate the holiday. D.Where to celebrate the holiday. D.This Monday is the third one of this February.

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33.What?s the function of tears according to Bylsma? A.It helps human develop longer. C.It helps arouse attention. B.It helps humans at tract predators. D.It helps people to be independent.

34.What can we learn from the passage? A.Emotional tears are better than reflex tears. B.Basal tears are a type of protective barrier. C.Tears helped frighten predators away. 35.What?s the main idea of this passage? A.Why people shed tears. C.How people shed tears. B.When people shed tears. D.Where people shed tears. D.It?s easy to understand why humans cry.

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I was living a life in my screen and hardly noticed what 61(be)around me.I was always checking the time and thinking of future 62 (plan).My thought was:“Who?s going to text me now? What will I do next?”My bedtime routine was usually centered 63 one thing:my phone.64 I went to sleep,I browsed through news websites and

checked my emails. When I woke up in the middle of the night. I did the some thing. The problem with this was that I felt anxious every night. So when my friends invited me 65 (go)for a long weekend camping without the cell service,I thought

this was 66(exact)what I needed.Here?s how 67 (keep)away from my phone for 48 hours changed me and my way of life. Without my phone, I 68 (fall)asleep li stening to the songs of frogs and crickets. In the morning, I woke up (true)enjoyed what I was doing.

energy.Sitting by the river,riding a bike,or singing the old songs,I 69

I felt free without my phone at weekend camp,70 changed me completely.I listened to what my body wanted instead of what my phone was telling me to do.

Do you like travelling? Staying 61 (health)while 62 (travel)can help to ensure your trip is a happy and enjoyable one.When you are travelling abroad,here are the tips you need 63 (make)your trip much 64(easy). Make sure you have got a signed passport(护照)and a visas.Also,before you go,fill in the emergency information page of your passport! Make two copies of your passport identification page. This will help a lot if your passport 65 (steal).Leave one copy at home with friends or relatives.Carry the other 66 you in a separate place from your passport. Read the Public Announcements or Travel Warnings for the countries you plan to visit.Get yourself familiar with local laws and customs of the countries to 67 you are travelling.
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Stress is a state of being upset that happen when we are under pressure. We students have all experienced stress over problems in our daily life, test results, or too many homework. Since stress can make us sick, we have to learn what to deal with it. When you are stressful, don?t forget your hobbies. If you are fond music, just turn on the radio. Generally, people think TV may interfere with their children?s studies. However, if you worry about that your English and don?t know what to do, you can get help from English TV programs. It is also help to share your worries to your friends. They will surely give you some advices and help you out of trouble. As long as we treat stress proper, we can relax ourselves and keep away from its bad effects.

Dear Mike, Thank you for your e-mail.I'd like tell you something about the English Club of our schoo1. I am a member of the English Club,which is set up by the Student Union three years before.A lot of teachers and students who are interest in English will gather at the multimedia classroom in every Saturday afternoon.There we usually see English movie,learn to sing English songs but debate on hot topics.Through these activities, we can broaden us horizons and learn about west culture. What’ s more, we have great fun being together. The English Club is of great help to me on many ways. Yours, Li H ua

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I was coming back from home late at night in a?Sharing?mini van(厢式货车).In Hydera- bad,India,it is a cheap and quick form of 41 .The van driver picked up as many as 13 people at times in a vehicle which is 42 for

the transport of 8.So our van was very 43. Making her way to the 44 of the van,a school girl with a bag 45 the driver to stop.While getting down,she slipped and fell. None of us 46 it, as it was dark outside. The driver was 47 for her to pay. It was then that we sa w that the girl was on her 48 by the side of the road.Another passenger and l got down 49 and held her up. Even in 50 , she held up a note and asked us to pay the driver. The other 51 passenger took the note and paid the driver. My 52 was a few hundred meters away. As a girl, I knew I?d get off and stay with her in the 53. So

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ten I paid up the driver for 54 and he drove away with the other passengers. I neither 55 her nor did I know what to do.But I was there,gaving some 56 words to another girl in pain. I asked her to stand 57 for a few while.I then looked for a place for her to sit.Then I 58 her friend and waited there.She was rushed to a nearby clinic later.Before leaving,she thanked me for 59 and we hugged goodbye. The night breezes were blowing 60 upon my cheek as I walked home,with a feeling of relief. 41.A.1ife 42.A.designed 43.A.heavy 44.A.driver 45.A.guided 46.A.noticed 47.A.caring 48.A.back 49.A.immediately 50.A.silence 51.A.patient 52.A.home 53.A.dark 54.A.himself 55.A.ignored 56.A.anxious 57.A.up 58.A.found 59.A.company 60.A.hard B.t ransport B.bought B.n oisy B.window B.su ggested B.managed B.reaching B.knees B.doubtfully B.surprise B.helpful B.stop B.rain B.herself B.persuaded B.sorrow B.straight B.phoned B.support B.happily C.activity C.organized C.crowded C.door C.admitted C.recognized C.waiting C.feet C.naturally C.vain C.generous C.car C.wind C.myself C.promised C.comforting C.still C.brought C.bravery C.willingly D.communication D.powered D.awkward D.seat D.signaled D.stood D.planning D.own D.anxiously D.pain D.secret D.school D.van D.itself D.knew D.satisfying D.out D.saw D.convenience D.gently

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假如你是李华,你的外国朋友 Jim 问你什么是“广场舞” 。请写一封回信介绍: 1. 2. 3. 什么是广场舞; 广场舞的利与弊; 你认为该如何协调老年人健身的需求与其他人休息的需要。

注意: 1.
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词数 100 左右;

ten 2. 3. 可以适当增加细节,以使行文连贯; 开头与结语已给出,不算入字数。

Dear Jim, I?ve received your letter inquiring square dancing. _________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________ Sincerely yours, Li Hua

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