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Unit 13 Lesson 1 EQ:IQ Reading课件


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EQ : IQ

Success comes with a high EQ Reading

Objectives
By the end of this lesson, you’ll be able to:

? get the information about IQ a

nd EQ; ? understand the words in context; ? tell the research result of IQ and EQ and how to improve EQ.

Warm-up Differences:
1. in the rocking aircraft situation a) you are a gifted student but you are too nervous to do anything b) you are calm and know you should read emergency instructions 2. in the leader situation a) draw up an agenda and discuss it with the group b) give the members time to get to know each other

Warm-up a)–how intelligent you are
IQ b)--how you use your intelligence

EQ

First reading
Read and decide which is the main idea of Passage 1.
a) EQ is less important than IQ. b) EQ is as important or more important than IQ. c) A person’s EQ equals to his IQ.

Second reading
Success is not simply the result of a high IQ.

The difference between IQ and EQ.
There’s no definite association between IQ and EQ

Second reading
Read Passage 1 and answer the questions.
1 What does the recent research say about a person’s success and his or her IQ? Success in not simply the result of a high IQ. 2 What does Prof. Salovey study? He is an expert in the study of EQ and the inventor of the term.

Second reading
Read Passage 1 and answer the questions.
3 How does Professor Salovey describe EQ and IQ? At work, it is IQ that gets you hired but it is EQ that gets you promoted. 4 Why do some smart students end up failing exams according to Prof. Salovey? Perhaps their failure is because of their low EQ.

Guessing new words
1. Professor Salovey gives the following description: At work, it is IQ that gets you hired but it is EQ that get you promoted. 2. Supported by his academic research, the professor suggests that when predicting someone’s future success, their character might actually matter more than their IQ.

Guessing new words
3. Why do some of the smartest
students in your class, who you think deserve good grades, sometimes end up failing exams? Perhaps their failure is because of their low EQ.

Guessing new words
4. People are often mistaken in thinking that those with high IQs always have high EQs as well. This association can exist, but it is just as possible for someone with a low IQ to have a high EQ.

Sentence analysis
Example

Even if they never see their results,
状语从句

they feel that their IQ is what determines
宾语从句 表语从句

how well they are going to do in life.
宾语从句
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Sentence analysis
Example

… have you ever wondered why some
宾语从句

of the smartest students in your class,

who you think deserve good grades,
定语从句

sometimes end up failing exams?

First reading Read Passage 2 and give the general idea of it. EQ can be improved.

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Second reading
( 2 ) Statement—EQ has a lot to do with education.
( 4 ) Conclusion—High EQ helps people get ahead in the world and lead a happy and suceessful life.

( 1 ) Comparison—People with high and low EQ in life.
( 3 ) Supporting evidence—There are changes in people’s EQ after education.

Third reading
Researcher
Research subject

Prof. Mayer
Changes to people’s EQs People with high EQ
?

People with low EQ
?

Comparison

?

?

are open to new ideas; have positive attitudes towards life; are less likely to be troubled by problems.

?

often have problems getting on with other people and dealing with difficult situations; have a harder time surviving in life.

Statement

IQ is determined by birth. EQ has a lot to do with education.

Third reading
Changes in normal students were more willing to help people with difficulties; Changes in disabled students became more positive about life; became more willing to try new things .

?

?

Supporting evidence

?

Conclusion

showed a better understanding of the disabled students’ feelings. High EQ helps people get ahead in the world and lead a happy and successful life. Schools need to make sure that their students receive the education to improve their EQ.
?

be troubled by (1) have… to do with (2) in terms of (2) be willing to (3) be involved in (3) 1. More than 30 companies were involved in the project. 2. My failure has nothing to do with my carelessness. 3. It’s mistaken in thinking of Beijing only in terms of its tourist attractions. 4. I told them I was perfectly willing to help. 5. She is a little troubled by the possibility of putting on weight.

Homework
1. Try to remember the new words.
2. P55 Ex. 5


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