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If everybody offers a little love, the world will become more beautiful. 下一页 If everybody offers a little love, the world will become more beautiful. 下一页

Give roses to others and the lasting fragrance will remain in your hand. 独乐乐不如众乐乐 Give roses to others and the lasting fragrance will remain in your hand. 独乐乐不如众乐乐 下一页

Warming-up Have you ever helped your parents, or other relatives, or your friends? No Warming-up Have you ever helped your parents, or other relatives, or your friends? No Would you be called a “ volunteer ”? Have you ever helped people in your community, or people outside your community? Yes Would you be called a “ volunteer ” this time? Who would be called “ volunteers”? 下一页

The definition of volunteer in People who help others __ their community or outside The definition of volunteer in People who help others __ their community or outside their community _____ would be called volunteers. The sign of United Nations Volunteer in China (中国青年志愿者) What do volunteers ususlly do to help people? 下一页

What are the volunteers doing? helping the disabled 下一页 What are the volunteers doing? helping the disabled 下一页

planting trees and protecting our environment 12 th, March Planting Trees Day planting trees and protecting our environment 12 th, March Planting Trees Day

doing the cleaning/cleaning the community doing the cleaning/cleaning the community

Serving the Olympics Serving the Olympics

fighting against the flood and rescuing the old and the sick fighting against the flood and rescuing the old and the sick

Donating money to help people in the earthquake 下一页 Donating money to help people in the earthquake 下一页

Teaching the kids in the mountainous areas Teaching the kids in the mountainous areas

Jo, a young Australian woman, was a volunteer teacher who worked in Papua New Jo, a young Australian woman, was a volunteer teacher who worked in Papua New Guinea (PNG) for two years. Do you know where PNG is? 下一页

Pre-reading Independent State of Papua New Guinea 巴布亚新几内亚独立国 located to the north of Australia Pre-reading Independent State of Papua New Guinea 巴布亚新几内亚独立国 located to the north of Australia Do you know where PNG is? 下一页

Location: situated to the north of Australia Population: about 5. 7 million Language: English Location: situated to the north of Australia Population: about 5. 7 million Language: English as the official language. Pidgin English as the language for communication Economy: About 85% of children start school but only about 60% of these reach Year 5 Education: a poor country with most people living in tribal villages and depending on subsistence farming to make a living.

PNG’s national flag and national emblem(国徽) PNG’s paper currency PNG’s national flag and national emblem(国徽) PNG’s paper currency

houses made of bamboo and grass houses made of bamboo and grass

the tribe (部落) the tribe (部落)

the villagers 巴布亚在马来语中意为“卷发人”。 16世纪中叶,葡萄牙人来到该岛时,见当地 居民和自然景观很像非洲的几内亚,故称之 为新几内亚. the villagers 巴布亚在马来语中意为“卷发人”。 16世纪中叶,葡萄牙人来到该岛时,见当地 居民和自然景观很像非洲的几内亚,故称之 为新几内亚.

PNG is a poor country with most people living in tribal(部落的) villages. Its educational PNG is a poor country with most people living in tribal(部落的) villages. Its educational and living conditions are especially poor. This reading passage is an airmail from Jo, a volunteer teacher in PNG. A letter home

Scanning 1. _____ is a young Australian women. Jo 2. _____ was dying to Scanning 1. _____ is a young Australian women. Jo 2. _____ was dying to hear all about Jo’s Rosemary life in Papua New Guinea. 3. _____ walked a long way to get to the The boys school. 4. The boys and Jo _______ didn’t have any textbooks. 5. ______ became a lot more Jo imaginative when teaching. 6. ______ started jumping out the The boys windows during a chemistry experiment.

Jenny and Jo 7. _____ visited a village that was the home of one Jenny and Jo 7. _____ visited a village that was the home of one of the boys, Tombe. Kiak 8. _____ started crying “ieee” to welcome them Mucap 9. _____ led us to a low bamboo hut. Kiak 10. _____ was going to share the platform with Jenny and Jo. 11. Tombe’s family softly talked to each other ______ in their language Jo didn’t understand.

Fast-reading 1. Read and get its main idea. The passage is written in the Fast-reading 1. Read and get its main idea. The passage is written in the form of a volunteer letter by a young_____(voluntary), Jo. as It is about her experience____ a teacher to and her first visit ___ a village which/that is the home of her students. _____ 2. Now , can you divide the passage into four parts? How?

The structure of the letter A Letter Home Part 1 (para. 1) An introduction The structure of the letter A Letter Home Part 1 (para. 1) An introduction Part 2 (para. 2 -3) The condition of the school Part 3 (para. 4 -8) How I get to know the local people Part 4 (para. 9) The ending

Careful-reading Jo’s high school It’s a(n) 1____ school —the classrooms bush are made of Careful-reading Jo’s high school It’s a(n) 1____ school —the classrooms bush are made of 2____and the roofs bamboo of grass. electricity or water There’s no 3________ and we don’ t have any textbooks. Time to get Jo’s there first visit to a Description of the house village Two and a half hours of walking • A low bamboo hut with sticking out grass 4_______ of the roof • No windows • Narrow doorway

Jo’s 5____ Inside first the visit to house a village • A newly made Jo’s 5____ Inside first the visit to house a village • A newly made 6_____ for platform Jenny and me to sleep on • A(n) 7_____ in the centre fireplace of the hut near the doorway • A few tin plates and cups and a couple of 8_______ jars Jo’s Outside first the visit to house a village • Mukap 9_____ stones in the laid fire, and he placed them in an empty oil drum with kau, ______. corn and greens. ________. covered • He then 10______ the vegetables with banana leaves and left them to steam.

Read Paragraph 4 -8 carefully and answer the questions: 1. Why did Jo send Read Paragraph 4 -8 carefully and answer the questions: 1. Why did Jo send Rosemary some photos? 2. Why the high school was called a bush school? 3. Were the boys and villagers friendly to Jo? How do you know? 4. Why was Science the most challenging subject for Jo? 5. Why did the boys start jumping out the window? 6. Why should it take Jo and Jean two and a half hours to get to the village?

Read Paragraph 4 -8 carefully and answer the questions: 1. Why did Jo send Read Paragraph 4 -8 carefully and answer the questions: 1. Why did Jo send Rosemary some It’s difficult for Rosemary to imagine how photos? life was hard / different in Jo’s --- 2. Why the high school was called a bush The classroom were made from bamboo and the school? roofs were made from grass. 3. Were the boys and villagers friendly to Jo? Lots of “good mornings” ; cry “ ieee” ; How do you know? shake hands

4. Why was Science the most challenging subject for Jo? There was no equipment. 4. Why was Science the most challenging subject for Jo? There was no equipment. 5. Why did the boys start jumping out the window? The boy never came across something like bubbling mixture 6. Why should it take Jo and Jean two and a half hours to get to the village? They had to climb up a mountain to a ridge first and then down a steep slope to the valley.

Facts Reasons 1. The boys jumped out of the windows Because they were frightened; Facts Reasons 1. The boys jumped out of the windows Because they were frightened; they had never in the science seen anything like this lesson. before. 2. Jo wondered how relevant chemistry was to the boys. Because most of them would live all their lives as farmers.

Facts Reasons 3. T 0 mbe's mother It was her way to welcome cried Facts Reasons 3. T 0 mbe's mother It was her way to welcome cried "ieee" visitors to the village and she when she saw Jo. drew everyone’s attention to their arrival. 4. There were no windows in Mukap's hut. Perhaps it’s because that was a man’s house. 5. The tin can was used to dry standing upside out the leftover food, which down on the grill. might attract evil spirits, so the tin can was thrown out of the hut.

Homework 1. Finish Exercises on Page 32. 2. Read the passage again after class Homework 1. Finish Exercises on Page 32. 2. Read the passage again after class and find all the attributive clauses in it.

Post-reading Discussion From the text we know that Jo worked as a volunteer teacher Post-reading Discussion From the text we know that Jo worked as a volunteer teacher in a poor area. Did she enjoy her life there? . Would you like to work as a volunteer teacher as Jo ? Why? • Why would you …? • Because I want to share… with others/ … • The reason is that … 下一页




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