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Slide 2 Unit 41 Out of Mists Part I Listening & Speaking Activities Listening & Speaking ActivitiesListening & Speaking Activities Part II Reading & Language Activities Reading & Language ActivitiesReading & Language Activities Part III Extended Activities Extended ActivitiesExtended Activities Slide 3 Part I Listening & Speaking Activities Warming-upWarming-upWarming-up BrainstormingBrainstormingBrainstorming ListeningListeningListening SpeakingSpeakingSpeaking Slide 4 Which adjectives would best describe your childhood?Which adjectives would best describe your childhood? What was your favorite toy when you were a child?What was your favorite toy when you were a child? What games did you play as a kid? What was your favorite game?What games did you play as a kid? What was your favorite game? Slide 5 What Is It? Work in groups to choose one game/play apparatus for children and then use no more than five sentences to describe it. You could try to answer the following questions:Work in groups to choose one game/play apparatus for children and then use no more than five sentences to describe it. You could try to answer the following questions: E.g. What does it look like? What is it for? Or How many children are joining the game? How is it be played? E.g. What does it look like? What is it for? Or How many children are joining the game? How is it be played? Present your brief description then to the class without telling them what it is for them to have a guess. Present your brief description then to the class without telling them what it is for them to have a guess. Slide 6 Do you still remember the time when we... Slide 7 Brainstorming Expressions of time for describing past eventsExpressions of time for describing past events ages ago, donkeys years (many years) ago, when I was little, in the end, from 1981 to 1997, since 1995 ages ago, donkeys years (many years) ago, when I was little, in the end, from 1981 to 1997, since 1995 Adjectives for describing childhood memoriesAdjectives for describing childhood memories (1) Positive adjectives: (1) Positive adjectives: sweet, tender, cheerful, happy, pleasant, beautiful, carefree, nave, adventurous, exciting sweet, tender, cheerful, happy, pleasant, beautiful, carefree, nave, adventurous, exciting (2) Negative adjectives: (2) Negative adjectives: bitter, unhappy, unpleasant, gloomy, painful, miserable, confusing, scary, troublesome bitter, unhappy, unpleasant, gloomy, painful, miserable, confusing, scary, troublesome (3) Neutral adjectives: (3) Neutral adjectives: vivid, clear, vague, hazy, nebulous vivid, clear, vague, hazy, nebulous Slide 8 Expressions for places for childrenExpressions for places for children nursery, nursery school, kindergarten, day-care centre, play-center, pre-school center nursery, nursery school, kindergarten, day-care centre, play-center, pre-school center Expressions for people looking after childrenExpressions for people looking after children teacher, nanny, baby-sitter, nursemaid, nurse teacher, nanny, baby-sitter, nursemaid, nurse Expressions for games or for childrens play apparatusExpressions for games or for childrens play apparatus kicking shuttlecock, whipping tops, iron hoop, rope skipping, playing house, hide-and-seek, playing seesaw / teeter-totter, merry-go-round, building blocks, kite flying, Frisbee, slingshot, jackstone, tug-of-war, marbles kicking shuttlecock, whipping tops, iron hoop, rope skipping, playing house, hide-and-seek, playing seesaw / teeter-totter, merry-go-round, building blocks, kite flying, Frisbee, slingshot, jackstone, tug-of-war, marbles Slide 9 Listening --- I wish I had a room to myself Listen twice and retellListen twice and retell Listen and answer the following questions:Listen and answer the following questions: 1. What adjective did Susan use to describe her childhood memory? -- vivid -- vivid 2. Why didnt Susan get along well with her sister at the beginning? --It all started when Susans parents let her share a room with her sister. As her sister was five years younger, she went to bed earlier and then the light had to be turned off at her bedtime. Susan had to read with a torch light under the covers. Susan missed the days when she was the only child in the family with a room to herself. --It all started when Susans parents let her share a room with her sister. As her sister was five years younger, she went to bed earlier and then the light had to be turned off at her bedtime. Susan had to read with a torch light under the covers. Susan missed the days when she was the only child in the family with a room to herself. Slide 10 3. How did her father solve the problem? --Her father must have found how she felt and built a room on to the house with lumber and nails. --Her father must have found how she felt and built a room on to the house with lumber and nails. 4.What did her sister say to Susan after she showed Susan to the new room? -- Daddy said you need to have a room of your own for your school work. -- Daddy said you need to have a room of your own for your school work. 5. How did Susan feel when she finally had a room to herself? --She felt she were on top of the world. --She felt she were on top of the world. 6.How was Susans first night in the new room? -- She couldnt fall asleep because she missed her sister. -- She couldnt fall asleep because she missed her sister. 7.What did she do then? -- She tiptoed through the darkness into her sister room and got into her bed. -- She tiptoed through the darkness into her sister room and got into her bed. 8. What brought tears to Susans eyes? --Her sisters words Im so glad youre back here touched her. --Her sisters words Im so glad youre back here touched her. Slide 11 TEM 4 Speaking I Cant Forget That Day When Talking on a given topicTalking on a given topic Describe an unforgettable experience you had in your childhood. Describe an unforgettable experience you had in your childhood. Slide 12 Are Todays Children Happier? Consider the following questions:Consider the following questions: A. What are the differences between your childhood and that of todays children? A. What are the differences between your childhood and that of todays children? (1) Schooling (1) Schooling (2) Habits (2) Habits (3) Plays and Games (3) Plays and Games (4) Language (4) Language (5) Personality (5) Personality B. Are todays children happier than you used to? B. Are todays children happier than you used to? Slide 13 Different Childhoods Slide 14 Group Oral Tasks Task 1: Children in Iraq (2)Task 1: Children in Iraq (2) Ziad is a 13-year-old boy in Latifiya, a city just south of Baghdad. What is his life like? What does he do every day? What are his worries? His wants? Ziad is a 13-year-old boy in Latifiya, a city just south of Baghdad. What is his life like? What does he do every day? What are his worries? His wants? You could present a conversation/short story/role-play about this topic. You could present a conversation/short story/role-play about this topic. Task 2: Child labour (1)Task 2: Child labour (1) Recently some factories in Guangdong have been reported to use underage workers. Suppose you are a news correspondent working for China Daily and covering this child labour case. Prepare a news report about it (Seek information online) Recently some factories in Guangdong have been reported to use underage workers. Suppose you are a news correspondent working for China Daily and covering this child labour case. Prepare a news report about it (Seek information online) Task 3: Starving children in Africa (1)Task 3: Starving children in Africa (1) Suppose you are hosting a radio news program Talk it as it is ( ) and several guests are invited to talk about starving children in Africa. What is the situation like? What are the causes? Any solutions? Suppose you are hosting a radio news program Talk it as it is ( ) and several guests are invited to talk about starving children in Africa. What is the situation like? What are the causes? Any solutions? Slide 15 Task 4 Childrens Day (2)Task 4 Childrens Day (2) Suppose you are one of these four children below and the date for the photo is June 1 st. Recall what happened to you that day? What did you see? How did you feel? Prepare a short story about it. Suppose you are one of these four children below and the date for the photo is June 1 st. Recall what happened to you that day? What did you see? How did you feel? Prepare a short story about it. Slide 16 Part II Reading & Language Activities Pre-reading TasksPre-reading TasksPre-reading TasksPre-reading Tasks Read the TextRead the TextRead the TextRead the Text Post-reading TasksPost-reading TasksPost-reading TasksPost-reading Tasks Words & ExpressionsWords & ExpressionsWords & ExpressionsWords & Expressions Language Work (A, B, C)Language Work (A, B, C)ABCABC Slide 17 Pre-reading Task What do you know about the author?What do you know about the author? --- Anne Scott-James, a journalist and writer, editor, controversial columnist, one of the first generation of career girls. --- Anne Scott-James, a journalist and writer, editor, controversial columnist, one of the first generation of career girls. What is Fleet Street?What is Fleet Street? --- Fleet Street and the streets that join it have the offices of most of the leading British newspapers; the name is still synonymous with the press. --- Fleet Street and the streets that join it have the offices of most of the leading British newspapers; the name is still synonymous with the press. * Downing Street is home to two of Britains most senior Cabinet positions, the Prime Minister at Number 10 and the Chancellor of the Exchequer ( ) at Number 11. * Downing Street is home to two of Britains most senior Cabinet positions, the Prime Minister at Number 10 and the Chancellor of the Exchequer ( ) at Number 11. Slide 18 Notable new

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