2 Unit 1 lifestyle

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Published on February 20, 2008

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Unit 1 Lifestyle:  Unit 1 Lifestyle Hope English Book II Part One Preparation:  Part One Preparation Task 1: Work in pairs. Look at the pictures on the right and list words or phrases about them. Then share your work with others. Part One Preparation:  Part One Preparation Task 2: Work in pairs. Take turns asking your partner the following questions and make notes. Questions: Will you please describe a typical day of your life? 2. Which would you prefer, “work hard and play hard”, or “all work and no play”? 3. What do you wish your life to be like? Organize your notes and report to the class. Part One Preparation:  Part One Preparation Task 3: Work in groups. Ask people of your parents’ generation how they lived their life at your age. Compare what you find with your way of life in the following aspects: Part One Preparation:  Part One Preparation Task 4: Give the definition of LIFESTYLE. lifestyle n.(名词): A way of life or style of living that reflects the attitudes and values of a person or group (生活方式:反映了某人或某个团体的态度与价值观的一种生活方式或风格) Part Two Listening-Centered Activities:  Part Two Listening-Centered Activities Listen to the conversation (A Healthy Lifestyle ) twice. Answer the Questions according to what you have heard. Play Button: Tapescript & Questions : A Healthy Lifestyle Part Three Reading-Centered Activities:  Part Three Reading-Centered Activities Pre-reading: Give brief answers to the following questions. Then ask your partner about his/her answers and take notes. From the traditional point of view, what is the most important task of a family? And what do you think it is? Do you think that a family must have children? What would you do if you didn’t have to raise children? Suppose you want to stay childless, what possible problems would you have? Part Three Reading-Centered Activities:  Part Three Reading-Centered Activities Global Reading: You are supposed to read through the Text on P3 within 20 minutes. Get the main idea of the passage. Find out other people’s answers to the questions in Pre-reading. Suggested Answers (The underlined parts are points from the text):  Suggested Answers (The underlined parts are points from the text) In my opinion, the most important task of a family is to have children/ to take care of the parents on both sides/ to enjoy life together/ to look after each other. I (don’t) think a family must have children./ To have children or not is only a personal choice. If I didn’t have to raise children, I would spend more time with my husband/ wife in doing a lot of things like going to parties, watching movies, going skating, etc. People around me---- my parents, relatives, and even friends--- would be worried/ would keep asking and try to persuade me to change my mind. Part Three Reading-Centered Activities:  Part Three Reading-Centered Activities Post-reading: Task 1 Understanding the Organization of the Text: Work in pairs for the text structure and give the division of the text, main idea of each part and supporting evidence as well. Part Three Reading-Centered Activities:  Part Three Reading-Centered Activities Text Structure Part Three Reading-Centered Activities:  Part Three Reading-Centered Activities Task 2 Understanding Specific Information: Fill in the following table. Part IV Language Points in the Passage:  Part IV Language Points in the Passage Para.1 View: v. to consider; to regard; to think about -- The subject may be ~ed in various ways. Turn away (from): to refuse to look at someone or something -- She turned away in horror at the sight of so much blood. Part IV Language Points in the Passage:  Part IV Language Points in the Passage Para.3 Schedule: n. a timetable of things to be done or dealt with -- He planned his work ~ for the following month. Part IV Language Points in the Passage:  Part IV Language Points in the Passage Para.4 Phenomenon: n. a fact or event in nature (or society) as it appears or is experienced by the senses -- Unmarried mothers should not be regarded simply as a social ~. Part IV Language Points in the Passage:  Part IV Language Points in the Passage Para.5 Filial impiety: a son’s or daughter’s disobedience to and disrespect for parents -- Having no sons used to be considered as ~ in China. Part IV Language Points in the Passage:  Part IV Language Points in the Passage Para.6 Why is having children… it once was…: Why is giving birth to children no longer, as it used to be, the pressure they face and the most urgent and important thing they have to do among young couples? Part IV Language Points in the Passage:  Part IV Language Points in the Passage Para.6 Pursue: v. to have as an aim or purpose -- The poet has ~d fame all his life, but has never experienced it. Individual: a. suitable for each person or thing only -- A teacher cannot give ~ attention to his students if his class is very large. Part IV Language Points in the Passage:  Part IV Language Points in the Passage Para.7 Challenging: a. causing competitive interest, action, or thought, esp. because it is new, unusual, or difficult -- She finds her new job very ~. Massive: a. very large -- We must make ~ efforts to improve productivity. Part IV Language Points in the Passage:  Part IV Language Points in the Passage Para.8 Other DINK couples seem more career-minded… instead of children…: Other DINK couples seem to think that career is more important than children and thus pay more attention to their careers than the plan to have children. They want to enjoy staying together with their partner instead of their children. Part IV Language Points in the Passage:  Part IV Language Points in the Passage Para.9 Value: v. to regard highly; to have a high opinion of -- I’ve always ~d your friendship highly. At this point: at this place or moment -- The conversation broke down ~. Part IV Language Points in the Passage:  Part IV Language Points in the Passage Para.10 Convince sb (of sth/ that…): to make (sb) feel certain; to cause (sb) to realize -- I am convinced of his honesty/ that he is honest. Initial: a. of or at the beginning -- The ~ talks were the basis of the later agreement. Part IV Language Points in the Passage:  Part IV Language Points in the Passage Para.10 Arise: v. to come to being or to notice; to happen; to appear -- Difficulties will ~ as we do the work. Para.11 Think twice: to take into careful consideration -- I would ~ before making such a decision. Part V Further Development:  Part V Further Development Part V Further Development:  Part V Further Development Questions for thinking Compare Chinese lifestyle and Western lifestyle. What’s the relationship between lifestyle and health? What’s healthy lifestyle? Additional reading: 1. Amish lifestyle 2. American lifestyle (Chinese Version) 3.中国青年带着传统面对西方文化 (Chinese Version) 4.生活方式与身心健康 (Chinese Version) Part VI Exercise:  Part VI Exercise Writing: Write a summary of Reading A with the help of given hints.

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