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1. Look and match. glass wool cotton silk plastic steel wood leather The sweater is made of wool. stone
1. Look and match. glass wool cotton silk plastic steel wood leather wood The table is made of _____. stone
1. Look and match. glass wool cotton silk plastic steel wood leather glass The cup is made of _____. stone
1. Look and match. glass wool cotton silk plastic steel wood leather plastic The raincoat is made of _____. stone
2. Read and match. What can I do for you? Do you have a smaller size? What color do you prefer? Well, it is made of silk. No. It’s made in China! I am looking for a T-shirt. Is it made in Japan? Yes, we do. Here is a smaller one. What is it made of? Yellow, please.
3. Listen and answer. 1. What is the relationship between the man and the lady? assistant and customer shop 2. Where does the dialogue probably take place? in a shop
4. Listen and tick. size ______ price ______ material ______ color ______ place of production ______ design ______
5. Listen and decide. 1 The lady wants to buy a sweater. 2 F The lady doesn’t want to buy things made in China. 【 】 3 The lady likes clothes made of wool. 【 】 F 4 The lady wants to have a larger size. F 【 】 5 The lady likes the color green. F 【 】 F
6. Listen and notice. A: Can I help you, sir? B: Well, I’m looking for a T-shirt. A: We have lots of T-shirts here. What color do you prefer? B: Blue, please. A: OK, have a look at this one. B: Let me see. What is it made of? A: It’s made of silk.
6. Listen and notice. A: Frankly speaking, I don’t like silk. Do you have cotton ones? B: Yes, we do. How about this one? It’s made of cotton. It’s great. A: It looks nice. Where is it made? B: It’s made in China. A: Great. But do you have a larger size? B: Sure, here you are. This is a medium one and this is large. The dressing room is over there.
7. Talk and act. a paint brush A customer wool drawing pictures B shop assistant What’s this called in English? It’s called a paint brush. What is it made of? It’s made of wool. What’s it used for? It’s used for drawing pictures. Where is it made? It is made in China.
7. Talk and act. A customer a teapot a table cloth B shop assistant silver keeping the water warm plastic . . . covering the table
8. Talk and practice. Sample: A: I bought a new scarf last weekend. B: Where is it made? A: It is made in Japan. B: What is it made of? A: It is made of silk.
What can I do for you? What color do you prefer? I want a large / medium / small size. 我能为你做些什么？ 您喜欢什么颜色？ 我想要一个大／中／小号。 What is it made of? 它是什么材质的？ Where is it made? 它是哪里生产的？
9. Discuss and answer. 1. Why do many people in other countries like to buy products made in China? 2. How can we change “made in China” to “created in China”?
10. Read and match. It was a week after Christmas. After breakfast, Mrs. Lawson started to sort all the gifts in her son’s room. She suddenly noticed that almost all the gifts were made in China. “Ah, that’s interesting!”, thought Mrs. Lawson. After lunch, she drove to a shopping center to buy a pair of new shoes for her son and candles for her daughter’s birthday cake. She was surprised to find that all the shoes there were from China and all the candles were also from China. “Well, that’s surprising!”, said Mrs. Lawson to herself.
10. Read and match. In the afternoon she drove back home. As she sat on the sofa in the living room for a good rest, she looked around and was even more surprised. The label “made in China” is everywhere. It is seen on the screen of the TV, in the pile of tennis shoes by the door, in the colorful lights on the Christmas tree, on the lovely dress of the doll. . At dinnertime the doorbell rang. It was Mr. Lawson. “Honey, I just bought a new CD. The band has a very funny name! Look!” Mrs. Lawson was most surprised. On the cover of the CD she found “Everything is made in China!”.
10. Read and match. Paragraph 1 The shopping experience surprised Mrs. Lawson. Paragraph 2 Mr. Lawson gave Mrs. Lawson the biggest surprise. Paragraph 3 Paragraph 4 Mrs. Lawson found something interesting about the Christmas gifts. The labels in the living room made Mrs. Lawson very surprised.
11. Read and tick.
12. Read and complete. Time Place Activities after breakfast her son’s room sort Christmas gifts After lunch a shopping center buying shoes and candles In the afternoon the living room sitting on the sofa At dinner time talking about the CD at home
13. Look and describe. after breakfast , a big shopping mall, CD player, designed for young ladies After breakfast, Allison went to a big shopping mall to buy a CD player. She found a very good one designed just for young ladies.
13. Look and describe. at noon, a department store, dress, made of silk, not expensive At noon, Allison went to a department store. She found a dress made of silk and it wasn’t expensive.
13. Look and describe. in the afternoon, a supermarket, sunglasses, fashionable In the afternoon, Allison went to a supermarket to buy a pair of sunglasses. They were fashionable.
13. Look and describe. in the evening, home, surprised, all are made in China In the evening, Allison went back home. She was surprised to find that all things she bought were made in China.
14. Think and write. After breakfast, Allison went to a big shopping mall to buy a CD player. She found a very good one designed just for young ladies. At noon, Allison went to a supermarket. She found a dress made of silk and it wasn’t expensive. In the afternoon, Allison went to a supermarket to buy a pair of sunglasses. They were fashionable. In the evening, Allison went back home. She was surprised to find that all things she bought were made in China.
Grammar focus Passive voice (I) The scarf is made of silk. Milk is produced on the farm. Pans are used for cooking. Shoes are made in China. Where is it produced? What is it used for?
15. Read and find. 1 4 People grow tea in southeast China. 【 】 2 The cake is made by my grandmother. 【 】 3 What is it made of? 【 】 4 Workers make shoes in the factory. 【 】 5 What are these brushes used for? 【 】 6 Many cars are produced this year. 【 】
16. Read and match. 1. Is English spoken in that country? 2. Are they produced in Japan? 3. What is it made of? 4. What are they used for? 5. Where are they made? a. It is made of glass. b. They are made in Germany. c. They are used for keeping warm. d. No, English is not spoken in that country. e. No, they are not produced in Japan.
17. Speak and practice. Example: (A chooses a desk in the classroom. ) A: Shall we start? B: OK. Is it made of glass? A: No. B: Is it made of wood? A: Yes. B: What color is it? A: It’s yellow. B: It’s a desk.
18. Look and describe. first / milk / produce / on farms First milk is produced on farms.
18. Look and describe. and then / deliver / to a factory And then, delivered to a factory.
18. Look and describe. next / test Next, it’s tested by professional people.
18. Look and describe. after that / pasteurize After that, it’s pasteurized.
18. Look and describe. then / cool / put into / small packs Then it is cooled and put into small packs.
18. Look and describe. finally / send to supermarkets Finally, it’s sent to supermarkets.
18. Look and describe.
19. Think and list. Materials cotton . . . Products . . . made in China. . . Labels shoes
20. Ask and answer. 1 What are most of our shoes made of? 2 3 What are most wedding rings made of? 3 4 What are sweaters made of? 4 What are cars made of? 5 What are most tables and chairs made of? 6 3 What are our TV screens made of? 7 What are most shopping bags made of?
21. Choose and complete. designed for They are _____ joggers. light They are very ____, with a weight of less than 1 pound. They are comfortable _____, and you’ll never feel tired in them. They are _____ made of the best materials. The _____ label says “made in China!” made of comfortable designed for light label
22. Choose and complete. These beautiful candles are _____ China. They are made in _____ birthday parties. With used for _____ flames and long burn colorful time, the candles are perfect. They _____ at a very low price now. are sold used for are sold made in colorful
Choose the best salesperson. Suppose you are a salesperson of a big refrigerator company. You and three other colleagues are asked to sell your latest model of refrigerators to a group of Eskimos. You need to work out a product presentation. Work in groups and follow the following procedures. 1. Brainstorm about why an Eskimo might need a refrigerator. List all your ideas on a piece of paper. For example, 1) You need to eat clean food to keep fit. 2) You want to eat warmer food on very cold days to stay healthy.
Choose the best salesperson. 2. List all the special features of your refrigerator. Find out how they can meet the needs of the Eskimos. For example, 1) The refrigerator is made of special materials. It can keep your food very clean. 2) The refrigerator is designed just for you. It can keep your food at a temperature you like. 3. Work out a one-minute product description. Try to answer such questions as: Who is it designed for? What is it made of? Why do you need it?
Choose the best salesperson. Example: Do you want to eat clean food to keep fit? Do you want to eat warmer food on very cold days to stay healthy? Then you should try our refrigerator. The refrigerator is made of special materials. It can keep your food very clean. The refrigerator is designed just for you. It can keep your food at a temperature you like. . . 4. Choose a group representative (the salesperson) to present your refrigerator to the whole class (the Eskimos). 5. Vote for the best salesperson.
Listen and repeat. A waiter / brings the customer / the steak he ordered / with his thumb over the meat. // “Are you crazy? ” / yelled the customer. // “With your hand on my steak? ” // “What? ” / answers the waiter. / “You want it / to fall on the floor again? ” //
( ) candle ( ) comfortable( ) cotton ( ) design ( ) doorbell ( ) interesting ( ) label ( ) material ( ( ) medium ( ) notice ( ) plastic ( ) sort ) prefer ( ) scarf ( ) silk ( ( ) suddenly ( ) surprised ) screen ( ) cover
( ) use strategies for selling something to others. ( ) introduce new products to others. ( ) use the passive voice of the simple present tense correctly.
cotton n. 棉花；棉布 plastic n. 塑料 steel n. 钢铁 leather n. 皮；皮革 be made of medium 由⋯制成 n. take place 中号 发生 material n. 材料；原料 production n. 生产；产品 frankly speaking scarf 老实说 n. 围巾；披肩
sort v. 分类；整理 adv. 突然地 notice v. 注意 candle n. 蜡烛 suddenly living room 起居室 label n. 标签；标志 screen n. 屏幕 mall n. 购物中心；商场 adj. 流行的；时髦的 fashionable
Chanel No. 5, one of the most famous perfumes in history, has been on sale continuously since its introduction in 1921. It has been described as “the world’s most legendary fragrance", and remains the company’s most famous perfume.
It was created in 1921 for Coco Chanel, a very famous French clothes designer. According to one story, Coco Chanel asked the famous perfumer Ernest Beaux to make six perfumes for her choosing. They were labeled No. 1, No. 2, etc. through No. 6. It was bottle No. 5 that she liked. The number “ 5” was also her lucky number. It is estimated that a bottle is sold worldwide every 55 seconds and more than 10 million bottles are sold every year.