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  1. BR _ main Gorilla Killer Whale English Song – Ben Warm-up Questions Animal Ranking

  2. BR_1_main Gorilla Introduction to Gorillas Features of Gorillas

  3. BR_3_main English Song – Ben Michael Jackson Ben Questions about the Song

  4. BR_1_1.1 Introduction to Gorillas Listen to the following passage and fill in the gaps with the wordsyou hear. It’s the largest of the great apes. The male is heavily built and may stand 1.7m (5.5 feet) in height, with an arm spread of 2.4m (7.8 feet). It has a large with a short , a prominent (突起的), thin, and small. The female is head ____ ____ mouth neck ______ ears lips ____ ___ smaller than the male. This huge animal has formidable (可怕的) canine (似犬的) , yet it feeds on fruit and vegetables and has no natural enemies. teeth _____

  5. BR_1_1.2 Most of the day is spent on the ground; they usually walk on all four limps leaning on the knuckles (手指关节) of their , but occasionally upright. Gorillas live in groups. The young gorillas very well, but old ones stay almost on the ground. At night, the gorilla family on the ground in nests made of branches and leaves. Gorillas are hard to keep in captivity, for they are likely to get human diseases, such as tuberculosis (结核病). Gorillas, generally, are a center of in most of the big cities. hands _____ family climb _____ _____ all the time __________ sleeps ______ attraction _________

  6. BR_1_2.1 Features of Gorillas Hair and Skin: Gorillas are covered with brownish hair on most of their body (except their fingers, palms, armpits, and bottoms of their feet). Head: Gorillas have a very large head with a bulging forehead, and each has a unique nose print (like we have unique fingerprints).

  7. BR_1_2.2 Senses: Gorillas have senses very similar to ours, including hearing, sight (they seem to be slightly nearsighted and have color vision), smell, taste, and touch. Habitat: Gorillas are primarily terrestrial (陆栖的) (although they lived in trees back in their evolutionary past). Gorillas live in tropical rain forests (in the forest edges and clearings), wet lowland forests, swamps, and abandoned fields.

  8. Killer Whale BR_2_2 Listen to a passage and answer the questions. 1. How long and how heavy is a male killer whale? The male averages 27 feet and 11 tons. 2. How fast dose a killer whale swim? It swims with a speed of 30 mph. 3. How many members are there in a family group of killer whale? There are about 5 to 20 members in a family group of killer whale.

  9. Michael Jackson BR _3_1.1 Michael Jackson is more than just an extraordinarily popular singer and a wonderfully gifted dancer: he is a phenomenon that has forever left an imprint on the music industry.

  10. BR _3_1.2 Chronology of Michael Jackson —1958 Michael Jackson was born. —1965 Michael joined his brothers in the Jackson Five. —1972 Michael released his first solo album, Ben. —1982 Michael’s landmark album Thriller was released.

  11. BR _3_1.3 —1994 Michael married Lisa Marie Presley,daughter of rock innovator and cultural icon Elvis Presley. —1996 Michael and Lisa Marie were divorced in an amicable manner. —1996 Michael married Deborah Rowe, an assistant to his dermatologist (皮肤科医生).

  12. BR _3_1.4 —1997 His first child, Prince Michael Jackson Jr., was born. —1998 His daughter, Paris Michael Katherine, was born. —1999 Michael and Deborah got divorced.

  13. BR _3_1.5 —2000 “Billie Jean,” “Rock With You,” “I Want You Back” and “Beat It” were enlisted in Rolling Stone magazine’s list of the 100 greatest songs of all time. —2002 Jackson lifted his newborn son, Prince Michael, over a hotel room terrace so fans could catch a glimpse — and was roundly criticized for endangering his child.

  14. BR _3_1.6 —2003 Jackson was charged with seven counts of child sexual abuse and two counts of administering an intoxicating agent. —2005 Jackson was acquitted on all counts in the Arvizo case in the the People v. Jackson trial in Santa Maria, California.

  15. BR _3_1.7 Jackson made his first public appearance since the Arvizo trial to accept eight records from the Guinness World Records in London. — 2006 —2008 Jackson issued Thriller 25, celebrating 25 years of the iconic album. The reissue reached number two in the U.S. Sony releases King of Pop, a fan-curated compilation.

  16. — June 25, 2009: Jackson died in Los Angeles at 50 after going into cardiac arrest. BR _3_1.8

  17. Ben BR _3_2

  18. BR _3_3 Questions about the Song • What’s the relationship between Michael Jackson and Ben? 2. Does Ben have any intelligence?

  19. BR_4 Warm-up Questions • Do you or your family or friends have a pet, such as a • dog, cat, or bird? If so, how does the pet communicate • with you or them? Does the pet understand you or them? 2. Do you think animals, especially very intelligent ones, have thoughts and feelings? Explain.

  20. Animal Ranking BR _5_1 Students are required to form groups to rank the following animalsaccording to their intelligence and explain the reasons behind the ranking. Examples, anecdotes, personal experiences, scientific findings, etc. may be cited.

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  24. BR _5_1.4

  25. BR _5_1.5

  26. BR _5_2 Pig Dog Dolphin Elephant Monkey Rat Parrot Cat Ant Click the words in red!

  27. BR _5_2.1

  28. BR _5_2.2

  29. BR _5_2.3

  30. BR _5_2.4

  31. GR _main Part Division of the Text Skimming and Scanning Further Understanding

  32. GR _ 3_main Further Understanding For Parts 1 & 2 Multiple Choice For Parts 3 & 4 True or False

  33. GR _ 1.1 Part Division of the Text Parts Para(s) Main Ideas Some animals demonstrate intelligence when dealing with captivity and human beings. 1 1~2 Some animals are intelligent enough to know how to bargain with people. 2 3~6

  34. GR _ 1.2 Parts Para(s) Main Ideas Animals like whales can assess a situation and act accordingly. 3 7~10 Animals can sometimes be tricky. 4 11~12 Animal intelligence is meant to serve survival. 5 13

  35. Animals know how to negotiate with people. 1) Expanded the money supply by breaking ________________________________ plastic chips in two; _______ 2) Found pieces of tin foil and tried to make ______________________________________ copies of metal chips. _________________ ______________________________________ ___________________ Skimming and Scanning GR_2.1 Fill in the blanks with the information about the animals mentioned in Text A and figure out the author’s purposes. 1. Colo: Broke the key chain. __________________ Author’s purpose: 2. Chantek:

  36. Allowed somebody to stand on his head to reach up and release the baby. __________________________________________ Animals can assess the situation and make ______________________ a right decision. ____________________________________ Animal intelligence can be seen in their ______________ attempts to deceive. ___________________________________ __________________ Author’s purpose: Animals can even handle the money. _______________________________ GR_ 2.2 3. Orky: Author’s purpose: 4. Melati: Hid an orange in her other hand. ____________________________ Hid an orange underneath his foot. 5. Towan: ______________________________ Author’s purpose:

  37. Multiple Choice GR _ 3_1.1 1. The author writes this article in order to _______. A) find out how animals use their intelligence B) find out if animals are as intelligent as human beings C) find out if animals do what human beings tell them to do D) find out if animals can survive better if they are intelligent

  38. Multiple Choice GR _ 3_1.1A 1. The author writes this article in order to _______. A A) find out how animals use their intelligence B) find out if animals are as intelligent as human beings C) find out if animals do what human beings tell them to do D) find out if animals can survive better if they are intelligent

  39. Multiple Choice GR _ 3_1.1B 1. The author writes this article in order to _______. B A) find out how animals use their intelligence B) find out if animals are as intelligent as human beings C) find out if animals do what human beings tell them to do D) find out if animals can survive better if they are intelligent

  40. Multiple Choice GR _ 3_1.1C 1. The author writes this article in order to _______. C A) find out how animals use their intelligence B) find out if animals are as intelligent as human beings C) find out if animals do what human beings tell them to do D) find out if animals can survive better if they are intelligent

  41. Multiple Choice GR _ 3_1.1D 1. The author writes this article in order to _______. D A) find out how animals use their intelligence B) find out if animals are as intelligent as human beings C) find out if animals do what human beings tell them to do D) find out if animals can survive better if they are intelligent

  42. Multiple Choice GR _ 3_1.2 2. One thing that is obvious to the author is that _______. A) animals have their own thinking B) animals do things scientists tell them to do C) animals think for their own purpose if they can think D) animals think when scientists want them to

  43. Multiple Choice GR _ 3_1.2A 2. One thing that is obvious to the author is that _______. A A) animals have their own thinking B) animals do things scientists tell them to do C) animals think for their own purpose if they can think D) animals think when scientists want them to

  44. Multiple Choice GR _ 3_1.2B 2. One thing that is obvious to the author is that _______. B A) animals have their own thinking B) animals do things scientists tell them to do C) animals think for their own purpose if they can think D) animals think when scientists want them to

  45. Multiple Choice GR _ 3_1.2C 2. One thing that is obvious to the author is that _______. C A) animals have their own thinking B) animals do things scientists tell them to do C) animals think for their own purpose if they can think D) animals think when scientists want them to

  46. Multiple Choice GR _ 3_1.2D 2. One thing that is obvious to the author is that _______. D A) animals have their own thinking B) animals do things scientists tell them to do C) animals think for their own purpose if they can think D) animals think when scientists want them to

  47. Multiple Choice GR _ 3_1.3 3. The author is convinced that when dealing with human beings, animals are _________. A) less intelligent than expected B) more intelligent than expected C) as stupid as expected D) as intelligent as expected

  48. Multiple Choice GR _ 3_1.3A 3. The author is convinced that when dealing with human beings, animals are _________. A A) less intelligent than expected B) more intelligent than expected C) as stupid as expected D) as intelligent as expected

  49. Multiple Choice GR _ 3_1.3B 3. The author is convinced that when dealing with human beings, animals are _________. B A) less intelligent than expected B) more intelligent than expected C) as stupid as expected D) as intelligent as expected

  50. Multiple Choice GR _ 3_1.3C 3. The author is convinced that when dealing with human beings, animals are _________. C A) less intelligent than expected B) more intelligent than expected C) as stupid as expected D) as intelligent as expected