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  1. Lesson Five I Can Work Like a Guy

  2. Teaching aims 1. oral aspect To practice Drill C; to retell one paragraph of the text To practice the pattern: v.+ n. or pron. + do 2. grammar aspect To review the past indefinite and the past continuous tense 3. vocabulary and understanding aspect To study the usage of words and phrases in the drills and text 4. the ability to write :about one’s own experience

  3. Grammar • The past indefinite tense: • 1). An action completed at a definite time in the past • 2).an action that lasted for some time in the past and was completed and sometimes can be the same as the present perfect tense 3). A past habit

  4. The past continuous tense • 1). An action that was going on at a certain time in the past • 2). An action that was going on at a time when something else happened

  5. Sentence translation 1. I feel my heart beat fast. 2. We saw him cross the street. 3. I heard him open the door. 4. Her step-mother made her suffer a lot. 5. I will have him translate the story for me. 6. Something which happened helped me decide I really wanted to do.

  6. Text Para.1: I did not know what to be in my last year of high school.( topic sentence)

  7. Text • Para. 2 .3 : • I got a driving license. I was crazy about cars. I decided to be a motor mechanic.

  8. Text • Para. 4 5 6: I got a job as a motor mechanic. • Take on: employ; • We decided to take on a new clerk in the account’s department. • Begin to have: • These insects van take on the color of their surroundings.

  9. Upset: to cause to worry, not be calm: • Do what he wants, or you will upset him. • To make ill in the stomach: The foreign food upset his stomach. • Convince: to cause to believe or feel certain; to persuade sb: • It took many hours to convince John’s wife of his guilty. • We convince Anne to go by train rather plane.