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Unit 2 Wish you were there Welcome to the unit Slide 2 Brainstorming 1. Do you like traveling? Where would you like to visit ? 2. Why do you want to travel? 3. Why do more and more people like to travel, even traveling abroad? Slide 3 the Great Wall Slide 4 beach waterfall Slide 5 Slide 6 the Eiffel Tower Slide 7 Sydney Opera House Slide 8 the Taj Mahal the Statue of Liberty the Acropolis Slide 9 the Pyramids and Sphinx Windmill London Bridge Slide 10 Sydney Opera House London Bridge the Statue of Liberty the Pyramid and Sphinx the Eiffel Tower the Great Wall the Taj Mahal the Windmill the Acropolis England China Greece Australia America France Holland India Egypt Slide 11 People travel for different purposes: enjoy the beauty of nature learn about the outside world get excitement or relax oneself do some research study wildlife or plants be interested in delicious food do business or make friends Slide 12 1. famous places of interest in China; 2. foreign countries; 3. cultural and historic sights; 4. theme parks like Disneyland; 5. peaceful countryside; 6. modern cities; the bottom of the sea Where do people often travel? Slide 13 What do people need do before traveling? decide where to go and make a travel plan work out the traveling expenses learn something about their destination so that they can enjoy themselves better there Slide 14 1. backpack 2. towel 3. compass 4. water purifying tablets 5. book 6. first-aid kit What items should we take? Slide 15 7. pocket knife 8. candles 9. flashlight 10. food 11. waterproof matches 12. camera 13. map Slide 16 Look at the pictures on page 21. 1. How much do you know about these places? 2. Have you ever visited there? 3. If not, have you ever thought of visiting there one day? Slide 17 Australias famous beaches Grasslands of Africa Slide 18 Gobi Desert Brazilian rainforest Slide 19 Africa Africa is a continent rich in natural resources. Africa Slide 20 The grasslands of Africa are home to various animals. Lions are the only cats that live in large family groups. Slide 21 Elephants usually live in groups that consist of 8 to 15 related members. Slide 22 Zebras, with a horse-like appearance, have wide black-and-white stripes all over their bodies. Slide 23 Giraffes in Africa can grow to a height of over 17 feet. Slide 24 Africa is a continent rich in natural resources, such as oil, gold, diamonds and countless other minerals. A large variety of animals like live in this mysterious and wild land. Africa Slide 25 Being the second largest continent on the Earth, it contains more countries than any other continent. Each has unique customs and natural attractions. Slide 26 Australia Slide 27 Australias Gold Coast is famous for its attractive beaches. With 70 kilometres of coastline, Gold Coast beaches have fun for people. Every year the Gold Coast attracts visitors from all over the world to sit back, relax, experience the fun and taste the excitement of Australias most popular holiday playground. Slide 28 the beautiful undersea world Slide 29 surfing Slide 30 Koala Slide 31 Kangaroo Emu Platypus Slide 32 dangerous ocean animals iceberg/ boat sinking terrible weather drowning losing the direction on the sea Dangers on the beach Slide 33 Brazil Slide 34 Rainforest in Brazil The Amazon rainforest extends for 4 million square kilometres and is home to hundreds of thousands of animal and plant species. Although it covers only 3.5% of the overall Earths surface, it is home to around 50% of the worlds living species, many of which are still unknown to humans. It is full of mysteries. Slide 35 Dangers in the forest wild animals (tigers, lions, crocodile) harmful plants ( man-eating flowers) forest fire getting lost Slide 36 Desert Slide 37 The Gobi Desert is a huge area of desert covering nearly 1.3 million sq km. The area is often imagined as a lifeless desert like in many other parts of the world but the reality is quite the opposite. Slide 38 Dangers in the desert Gobi animals terrible weather water shortage getting lost strong sunlight Slide 39 Discussion 1. Which of these places would you like to visit most? Why? 2. What is the most exciting and amazing place you have ever been to? 3. Can you think of any other exciting places to visit? What are they? Slide 40 Work in pairs. Ask each other as many questions as possible about his/her traveling experiences. You can use the sentences in next page. Slide 41 What do you think of the city? How do you find the city? Are there any places of historic interest to see in this city? What is the city famous for? Useful expressions Slide 42 excite 1)__________ (n. ) 2)_________ (adj. ) 3)_________ (adj. ) Language notes excitement exciting excited Slide 43 adventure 1)____________ (adj. ) 2)_______________ ( ) adventurous adventure travel amaze 1) _______ (adj. ) 2) _______ (adj. ) amazing amazed Slide 44 experience n. [U] n. [C] vt experienced adj Slide 45 (1) He have had so much ____________in teaching English that every one likes him. experience Slide 46 (2), The car accident was __ terrible ______________ to him, which he would never forget. a experience Slide 47 (3) Have you ever ___________real hunger? (4) This work calls for an __________ man. experienced Slide 48 Homework 1.Find more information about places in the world and traveling. 2.Preview the reading text.


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