Translation : • 直到他死的时候都没明白到底在他身上发生了什么事情。 • (until one's dying day) He didn’t know what had happened on him until his dying day. 2. 他决定把30%的财产捐献给希望工程。(donate) He decided to donate his 30% wealth to the Hope Project. 3. 请不要讨论任何与主题无关的事情。(be relevant to) Don’t talk about anything that isn’t relevant to the topic. 4. 他很渴望成为一名志愿者，但是他年龄太小了当不了。(be dying to) He is dying to be a volunteer, but he is too young to be one. 5. 油漆未干之前请勿触摸这张桌子。(dry out) Don’t touch the desk before the paint dry out.
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Can you guess what is this word? _ _ _unt _ er v o e l
Have a think What does the sign remind you of? A hand: _________________ A dove: _________________ A heart:_______________ help peace love and care
Pre-reading Jo Jo was a volunteer worked in Papua New Guinea (PNG) for two years.
Skimming Try to give the right order according to the contents of the text. A .The condition of the school. B An introduction. C. The ending D. A visit to a local family. (Para 2-3) Part 2 Part 1 (Para 1) Part 4 (Para 9) Part 3 (Para 4-8)
While--reading Read paragraph 1-3 and finish the questions • Why does Jo call the high school a “bush school” • Were the boys friendly to Jo? How do you know? • How long does it take the students to go to school? • Why was science the most challenging subject for Jo? • Why did the boys start jumping out of the windows when they looked at the chemistry experiment? • Why does Jo wonder how relevant chemistry is to the kids?
Read paragraph 1-3 and finish the questions • Why does Jo call the high school a “bush school” 2.Were the boys friendly to Jo? How do you know? 3.How long does it take the students to go to school? Because the classrooms are made from bamboo and the roofs from grass. There are a lot of “good mornings” for Jo from the boys. Sometimes up to 2 hours.
Why was science the most challenging subject for Jo? • Why did the boys start jumping out of the windows when they looked at the experiment? 6. Why does Jo wonder how relevant chemistry is to the kids? There was no equipment. The boys never came across anything like the bubbling mixture. Because most of the boys will go back to their villages after year 8 and she thinks chemistry may make little difference to the kids’ life.
Men’s hut is a _____________ hut with _____________________. No _____, small ________. Floor was covered with ___________. low bamboo Types of houses grass sticking out of the roof doorway windows fresh grass Everyone seemed to be a ________of Tombe’s . (large extended family) Family relationships relative ____________ are placed in an _______, then _________ are placed in the drum, covered with ____________ and _________. Hot stones Cooking methods oil drum vegetables banana leaves steamed Kiak usually slept in her _________. A newly made ________ for Jenny and me to sleep on. own hut Sleeping arrangements platform
Diet sweet potato corns _____________, _____ and ________. greens broom I could only see one _____,a few ________ and ______ and a couple of ______. Possessions tin plates cups jars Tools are very basic. There is no __________. Agriculture machinery The villagers believe that any ________attract __________ in the night so the food is _________in the can and the can is then ________ of the hut. leftovers evil spirits Beliefs dried up thrown out
Choose the best answer. • 1. The purpose that the author wrote the letter is that ___. • she wanted to tell Rosemary her • teaching life in the high school. • B. she wanted to tell Rosemary her learning life in the high school. • C. she wanted to tell Rosemary that she couldn’t get any money by teaching the poor students. • D. she wanted to tell Rosemary how happy she was in the small village.
2. Which of the following is TRUE about Jo’s attitude? A. She is sure that all the boys will go to college in the future. B. She believes that chemistry is very useful to the boys. C. She is wondering if she can make any difference to the boys’ lives. D. She doesn’t like the simple life in the mountain village.
3. By writing “The only possessions that I could see were…”, the author wants to tell us ____. A. Tombe’s family were kind-hearted B. Tombe’s family were guest-lovers C. Tombe’s family only used simple things D. Tombe’s family were too poor
4. Why did Tombe throw out the tin can? A. Because he believed the can attracted evil spirits. B. Because he believed any leftovers attracted evil spirits. C. Because he believed the can has no use at all. D. Because he believed the grill attracted evil spirits.
5. How did Jo feel after the visit to Tombe’s family? A. Happy B. Sad C. Worried D. Upset
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