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Slide 2 Listen and Decode Listen and Respond Listen and Read Listen and Match Listen and Conclude Listen and Complete Listen and Judge Being All Ears Slide 3 Lin and Tony are 1 ( talking about, watching, performing) Beijing Opera. Lin tells Tony that Beijing Opera is one of the 2 ( best, major, many) traditional operas in China. Singing, reciting, acting and fighting are the 3 ( base, basis, basic) ways of performance, referred to as chang, nian, zuo and da. Sheng, dan, jing and chou are the main 4 ( roads, roots, roles) in Beijing Opera. Among these roles chou are 5 (funny, fun, far) clowns. Now Tony has got some idea of what Beijing Opera is. Listen to Dialogue 1 and decode the message by finding the correct choices in the brackets according to what you hear. Listen and Decode Slide 4 Listen to the dialogue again and answer the following questions orally. Listen and Respond No, he hasnt. Its one of the major traditional operas. 1. Has Tony seen Beijing Opera before? 2. What does Lin tell Tony about Beijing Opera? Slide 5 Listen and Respond They are singing, reciting, acting and fighting. They are referred to in Chinese as chang, nian, zuo and da. 3. What are the basic ways of performance in Beijing Opera? What are they referred to in Chinese? Slide 6 They are sheng, dan, jing and chou. Just a little idea of it. 4. What are the stage roles performed in Beijing Opera? 5. How much does Tony know about Beijing Opera now? Script Slide 7 Listen and Complete Now listen to Dialogue 2 and then complete the following statements. 1. Mary has been living ____________ for some time. 2.She thinks that ________________ is the first place worth visiting in Beijing. 3. She thinks that the Forbidden City, __________________and many other places are also worth seeing. 4. She thinks its unlikely that David can see all these places within ___________. in Beijing the Great Wall the Summer Palace two days Slide 8 Now listen to the dialogue again and do the multiple choice exercise below. Listen and Judge 1How does Mary describe Beijing? a. Wonderful.b. Great. c. Exciting.d. Beautiful. 2What was Marys trouble when she first arrived in Beijing? a. Understanding Chinese. b. Cooking Chinese food. c. Getting used to the way of life. d. Finding the streets. Slide 9 Listen and Judge 3How many days are needed for David to see all the places Mary suggests? a. One day. b. Two days. c.Three days. d. One week. 4Where is the Great Wall? a. Within the city. b. Far from the city. c. Near the forbidden city. d. Close to the Summer Palace. Script Slide 10 Listen and Read Now listen to something more challenging-a passage with some blanks for you to fill in. The words in the brackets will give you some hints. A glance beforehand at the word list provided below will be of some help to you. Slide 11 Listen and Read script three films on a beautiful beach Travel Plans Im an American girl of thirteen. There are many countries that I would like to visit, but there are 1 (how many?) _______ places Id like to see above all. The first is Tahiti. Ive read books and magazine articles about the South Pacific, and Ive even seen a couple of 2 (what?) ________ that were made there. To me it seems like heaven on earth. I can picture myself lying relaxed under a palm tree 3 (where?) _______________________ watching the sunset over a peaceful lake. I know this picture in my mind may not be realistic, but Id really love to see what Tahiti is like for myself. Slide 12 Listen and Read Beijing going to Beijing lively and exciting a boat trip The second place I long to visit is 4 (where?) ________. Id like to see the Great Wall and visit the Summer Palace. Id like to see Beijing Opera and Chinese acrobatics. To me, 5 (doing what?) _______________ would bring to life much of the history Ive studied. The third place I want to visit is Brazil. From what Ive read, it seems like a very 6 (how?) __________________ place. I want to lie on the beach at Copacabana. I dream of taking 7 (what?) __________ up the great Amazon. I would also enjoy visiting the beautiful capital of Brazil. Slide 13 Listen to the passage again and match the information in Column A with the choices in Column B. Listen and Match Column A Column B 1.The girl would most like to visit ________ a. five villages. b. four countries. c. three places. d. two cities. 2. Tahiti is an island in ________ a. the South Pacific. b. the North Pacific. c. the East Pacific. d. the West Pacific. Slide 14 Column A Column B 3.The second place that she wants to go to is ________ a. London. b. Beijing. c. New York. d. Tahiti. 4.It seems that Brazil is a place ________ a. shell never have the chance to visit. b. she dreams a lot of visiting. c. she visited many times in her dreams. d. she has learnt a lot from books. Slide 15 Write out the general idea of the passage by answering the following questions. Listen and Conclude How many places does the girl would like to see above all? Why does she choose Tahiti as the first place to visit? What does she imagine she can do on that island? Slide 16 Reference What is the second place she likes to visit? What does going to Beijing mean to her? What is the last place she wants to visit? What does she dream of doing in Brazil? Slide 17 Listen and Conclude There are three places the girl would like to see above all. Tahiti is the first one she chooses to visit because it seems like heaven on earth to her. She can picture herself lying relaxed under a palm tree on a beautiful beach watching the sunset over a peaceful lake. The second place she likes to visit is Beijing. Going to Beijing means bringing to life much of the history she has studied. The last place she wants to pay a visit to is Brazil. She dreams of taking a boat trip up the Great Amazon and visiting the beautiful capital of the country. Reference Slide 18 Script: Dialogue 1 Lin: Have you ever seen Beijing Opera before? Tony: No, never. Lin: Beijing Opera is one of our major traditional operas. Tony: Oh, yes. Ive heard about that. Lin: The basic ways of performance include chang ( ), nian ( ), zuo ( ), and da ( ). That is, singing, reciting, acting and fighting. Tony: Thats interesting and a little confusing for me. Lin: The roles can be classified into sheng ( ), dan ( ), jing ( ) and chou ( ). Slide 19 Tony: What is sheng? Lin: It refers to male roles. Tony: Oh. And dan? Lin: Female roles are called dan. Tony: What about jing? Lin: They are male roles with facial paintings and rough personality. Tony: The last one is chou. What is it? Lin: Chou are funny clowns ( ). Have you got some idea of Beijing opera now? Tony: Yes. I just cant wait to see the performance. Slide 20 Script: Dialogue 2 David: So, how do you like living in Beijing? Mary: I love the city. Beijing is such a great city. David: Did you have any trouble getting used to the way of life there? Mary: Oh, sure, but only a little at first. I am pretty used to it after some time. David: This is the first time Ive been in Beijing. What place shall I visit first? Mary: The Great Wall. Its the wonder of ancient ( ) China. Slide 21 David: What else? Mary: The Forbidden City, the Summer Palace and many other attractions. They are all worth seeing. David: How many days are needed for me to see them all? Mary: Im afraid you have to spend at least three days. David: Cant I manage within two days? Mary: No, not likely. The Great wall is far from the city, and it alone will take you a whole day. David: I see. Slide 22 Script: Travel Plans Im an American girl of thirteen. There are many countries that I would like to visit, but there are three places Id like to see above all. The first is Tahiti. Ive read books and magazine articles about the South Pacific, and Ive even seen a couple of films that were made there. To me it seems like heaven on earth. I can picture myself lying relaxed under a palm tree on a beautiful beach watching the sunset over a peaceful lake. I know this picture in my mind may not be realistic, but Id really love to see what Tahiti is like for myself. Slide 23 The second place I am longing to visit is Beijing. Id like to see the Great Wall and visit the Summer Palace. Id like to see Beijing Opera and Chinese acrobatics. To me, going to Beijing would bring to life much of the history Ive studied. The third place I want to visit is Brazil. From what Ive read, it seems like a very lively and exciting place. I want to lie on the beach at Copacabana. I dream of taking a boat trip up the great Amazon. I would also enjoy visiting the beautiful capital of Brazil.