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  1. Before Reading_Main Before Reading Global Reading Detailed Reading After Reading 1. Tradition of Tying a Yellow Ribbon Significance of Tying a Yellow Ribbon Background of the Tradition 2. An English Song Tie a Yellow Ribbon Round the Old Oak Tree Blank-filling 3. Discussion 4. Florida and Sun Belt 5. Parole

  2. Before Reading_4.11 Before Reading Global Reading Detailed Reading After Reading Significance of Tying a Yellow Ribbon Display of a Yellow Ribbon is a sign of loyalty to family, friends or loved ones who are welcome home. Customarily it is used to welcome home men and women who have been away for a long time under particularly difficult circumstances such as war or prison. ■

  3. Before Reading_4.11 Before Reading Global Reading Detailed Reading After Reading Background of the Tradition Most Music Historians trace the custom to a 19th Century Civil War Song. Reportedly the custom comes from a Civil War story about a prisoner's homecoming returning from Andersonville Prison. In 1973 Tony Orlando and Dawn cut their number one song of that year and their all-time classic: “Tie a Yellow Ribbon Round the Old Oak Tree.” Folklore has it that the inspiration for the 1973 song came from a true incident that occurred on a bus bound for Miami, Florida. It seems that one of the passengers had just been released from prison and he was bound for home. He had written his wife and let her know he still loved her and wanted to be with her. He asked her to tie a yellow ribbon around the lone oak tree in the Town Square of White Oak, Georgia, if she still had feelings for him and wanted him to be with her. Everyone in the bus asked the driver to slow down as they approached, there it was! The driver pulled over and phoned the wire services to share the story. It quickly spread throughout the country. Songwriters Irwin Levine and L. Russell Brown wrote the ballad from the news story. ■

  4. Before Reading_2.1 Before Reading Global Reading Detailed Reading After Reading Tie a Yellow Ribbon Round the Old Oak Tree ■

  5. Before Reading_2.21 Before Reading Global Reading Detailed Reading After Reading Blank-filling I’m coming home, I’ve done my . Now I’ve got to know what is and isn’t mine. If you my letter telling you I’d soon be free, Then you know just what to do, if you still want me. Oh, tie a yellow ’round the old oak tree. It’s been three long years. Do you still want me? If I don’t see a ribbon ’round the old , I’ll stay on the bus, about us, Put the on me, If I don’t see a yellow ribbon ’round the old oak tree. ____ time _______ received ______ ribbon _______ oak tree forget _____ ______ blame ■

  6. Before Reading_2.22 Before Reading Global Reading Detailed Reading After Reading Bus , please look for me, ’cause I couldn’t to see what I might see. I’m really still in , and my love she still holds the . A simple yellow ribbon’s what I need to me free. I wrote and told her please — Oh, tie a yellow ribbon ’round the old oak tree. It’s been long years. Do you still want me? If I don’t see a ribbon ’round the old oak tree, I’ll on the bus, forget about us, Put the blame on me, If I don’t see a yellow ribbon ’round the oak tree. _____ driver ____ bear key prison ____ _____ ____ set ______ three _____ stay ____ old cheering _______ Now the whole damn bus is , And I can’t believe I see a yellow ribbons ’round the old oak tree. _______ hundred

  7. Before Reading_3 Before Reading Global Reading Detailed Reading After Reading Discussion The song “Tie a Yellow Ribbon Round the Old Oak Tree” was released in February 1973. It was the number one hit(最热门的事物)by April 1973. The song became a hit again in 1981 when the 52 Iran Hostages were returned after 444 days of captivity. The song was played throughout the United States because by then the Yellow Ribbon had become a symbol of loyalty. Now let’s discuss: Is there any realistic significance for American people to tie a yellow ribbon?

  8. Before Reading_4.1 Before Reading Global Reading Detailed Reading After Reading Florida and Sun Belt Americans have a craze for the sun. The most desirable place in the American sun is the coastline of southern California, but Florida is perhaps the most popular state in the Sun Belt. In fact, it calls itself “The Sunshine State." It has a subtropical climate and is ideal for a winter vacation. From November to March northerners and easterners come to lie on the warm, sandy beaches of Miami, Palm Beach and the other resorts along the coast. And that is why the boys and girls in our story are so eager to leave the “gray", “cold" city of New York to vacation in Florida. ■

  9. Before Reading_4.11 Before Reading Global Reading Detailed Reading After Reading California: California is a state of the western United States on the Pacific Ocean. It was admitted as the 31st state in 1850. The area was colonized by the Spanish and formally ceded (放弃)to the United States by the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo (1848). California is often called the Golden State because of its sunny climate and the discovery of gold during its pioneering days. Sacramento is the capital and Los Angeles is the largest city. Population: 35,800,000. ■

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  11. Before Reading_4.13 Before Reading Global Reading Detailed Reading After Reading Florida: Florida is astate of the southeast United States bordering on the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico. It was admitted as the 27th state in 1845. The peninsula(半岛)was explored by Juan Ponce de León in 1513 and became the center of a Spanish settlement that included the southeast part of the present-day United States. Spain finally ceded the area in 1819. Tallahassee is the capital and Jacksonville the largest city. Population: 17,300,000. ■

  12. Before Reading_4.14 Before Reading Global Reading Detailed Reading After Reading Miami Beach: Miami Beach is a city of southeast Florida across from Miami on an island between Biscayne Bay and the Atlantic Ocean. It was long famous for its gold coast strip of fashionable hotels, palatial estates, and recreational facilities. Population: 89,300. ■

  13. Before Reading_4.15 Before Reading Global Reading Detailed Reading After Reading Palm Beach: Palm Beach is a city of southeast Florida on a barrier beach of the Atlantic Ocean north of Fort Lauderdale. It was developed as a fashionable resort (休假地)by Henry Flagler in the 1890s. Population: 9,750. ■

  14. Before Reading_4.16 Before Reading Global Reading Detailed Reading After Reading New York City: New York City is a city of southern New York on New York Bay at the mouth of the Hudson River. Founded by the Dutch as New Amsterdam, it was renamed by the English in honor of the Duke of York. It is the largest city in the country and a financial, cultural, trade, shipping, and communications center. It is also the home of the United Nations (UN). Originally it consisted only of Manhattan Island. In 1898, following the passage of a referendum (公民投票), Queens, Brooklyn, Staten Island, and the Bronx were incorporated (合并) into the city. Population: 8,080,000. ■

  15. Before Reading_4.17 Before Reading Global Reading Detailed Reading After Reading

  16. Before Reading_5 Before Reading Global Reading Detailed Reading After Reading Parole It is a legal term, which means release of a convicted criminal from prison before he has served his full sentence. A parole is usually granted to a prisoner as a reward for good conduct. A paroled convict isa relatively free man, but he isunder thesupervision of a parole officer or some other person until the end of the term of his sentence. The paroled convict reports regularly to the parole officers. He can be sent back to prison if his conduct is not satisfactory. ■

  17. Globe Reading_main Before Reading Global Reading Detailed Reading After Reading 1. Part Division of the Text 2. Rearranging the Order of the Pictures 3. Further Understanding For Part 1 Words Scanning For Part 2&3 Sentence Completion Role play

  18. Globe Reading.1 Before Reading Global Reading Detailed Reading After Reading Part Division of the Text Part Lines Main Idea 1 1 — 26 Vingo's unusual behavior and young people's curiosity 2 27— 47 Vingo's story and his appointment with his wife different attitudes of Vingo and young people to the yellow handkerchief 48 — 59 3

  19. Globe Reading.2 Before Reading Global Reading Detailed Reading After Reading Rearranging the Order of the Pictures 5 ______ ______ 2 3 ______ ______ 1 ______ 4

  20. Globe Reading.3 Before Reading Global Reading Detailed Reading After Reading Words Scanning Directions: Find the phrases and sentences showing that Vingo was in low spirit. n odded in sleep d usty face ________ _______________________ f _______________________ rozen into complete silence r _________________________ etreated again into his silence r ooted in his seat H e said quietly _______________________ _______________________ s moked nervously H _______________________ _______________________ e seemed very sly s _______________________ lowly and painfully n ever moving _______________________

  21. wrote a letter ___________ to his wife ________ asked her to put a yellow ribbon on the _______________________________ oak tree _______ tightened his face and prepared __________________________ ______________________ for another disappointment Globe Reading.2-part1.1 Before Reading Global Reading Detailed Reading After Reading Sentence Completion Directions: Complete these sentences according to this part of the story. the bus ______ After the breakfast, all the people returned to . The girl asked Vingo about his . Then Vingo told the girl something about . After Vingo knew he was going to be released on parole, he . In his letter, he . If his wife wanted him back, Vingo . As the bus approached Brunswich, Vingo while the young people. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. marriage _______ his life in jail and his wife ____________________ asked her to let him know if she wanted him back ________________________________________ became silent and waited eagerly ___________________________

  22. Globe Reading.2-part1.1 Before Reading Global Reading Detailed Reading After Reading Suddenly all the young people on the bus shouted and cried because . At last, Vingo . 8. 9. they saw the oak tree had lots of yellow handkerchiefs ___________________________________________ slowly rose from his seat and went back home _____________________________________

  23. Tips Globe Reading.2-part1.2 Before Reading Global Reading Detailed Reading After Reading Role Play Directions: Form a group of several students. One student plays as Vingo, others a narrator, the girl, and other students on the bus. The role play should cover the following points: 1. The girl asks Vingo something about his family and what Vingo did after he was in jail. 1. How many people are there …? 2. What is your …? 3. How old is …? 4. What did you do after you were put in jail? 5. What did you tell your wife in the letter? 6. What do you think of your wife?

  24. 1. 2. When I was in jail…; hurt sb.; get a new guy; She’s a wonderful woman, really something. When I was sure the parole was coming through, …; We used to live in …; There’s a big oak tree just as you come into town. Put a yellow handkerchief on the tree. I’d get off and come home. Just forget it. Tips Globe Reading.2-part1.2 Before Reading Global Reading Detailed Reading After Reading 2. Vingo answers the girl’s questions and tells her what he did after he knew his parole was coming through.

  25. Tips Globe Reading.2-part1.2 Before Reading Global Reading Detailed Reading After Reading 3. What the students and Vingo do when the bus approaches Brunswick. • They were caught up in the approach of Brunswick, looking at the • pictures… • 2. The young people took over window seats…, waiting for the • approach of the great oak tree. • 3. Vingo stopped looking, tightening his face, as if…

  26. Tips Globe Reading.2-part1.2 Before Reading Global Reading Detailed Reading After Reading 4. What the students and Vingo do when the bus has arrived at Brubswick. • Suddenly, all of the young people were up out of their seats, screaming and shouting and crying, doing small dances of joy. • “Look, there are so many yellow handkerchiefs on the tree.” • Vingo sat there stunned, looking at the oak tree. • Vingo slowly rose from his seat and made his way to the front of the bus to go home.

  27. Article1_S Before Reading Global Reading Detailed Reading After Reading I first heard this story a few years ago from a girl I had met in New York’s Greenwich Village. Probably the story is one of those mysterious bits of folklore that reappear every few years, to be told anew in one form or another. However, I still like to think that it really did happen, somewhere, sometime.

  28. Article1_W Before Reading Global Reading Detailed Reading After Reading I first heard this story a few years ago from a girl I had met in New York’s Greenwich Village. Probably the story is one of those mysterious bits of folklore that reappear every few years, to be told anew in one form or another. However, I still like to think that it really did happen, somewhere, sometime.

  29. Article1_W Before Reading Global Reading Detailed Reading After Reading I first heard this story a few years ago from a girl I had met in New York’s Greenwich Village. Probably the story is one of those mysterious bits of folklore that reappear every few years, to be told anew in one form or another. However, I still like to think that it really did happen, somewhere, sometime. mysterious: adj.puzzling; about which little is known He is behaving in a very mysterious way. There's something mysterious going on. mystery: n. something not understood or known about The murder is wrapped in mystery. 他的失踪将永远是个谜。 Her disappearance would remain a mystery forever.

  30. Article1_W Before Reading Global Reading Detailed Reading After Reading I first heard this story a few years ago from a girl I had met in New York’s Greenwich Village. Probably the story is one of those mysterious bits of folklore that reappear every few years, to be told anew in one form or another. However, I still like to think that it really did happen, somewhere, sometime. sometime: adv. at some uncertain or unstated time I met him sometime last year. The work will be finished sometime, but I don't know when.

  31. Article1_W Before Reading Global Reading Detailed Reading After Reading I first heard this story a few years ago from a girl I had met in New York’s Greenwich Village. Probably the story is one of those mysterious bits of folklore that reappear every few years, to be told anew in one form or another. However, I still like to think that it really did happen, somewhere, sometime. CF: sometime, sometimes & some time 这几个词和词组,在形式上很相似,但在意思上有很大的不同。 sometime 指过去或将来“某个不确定的时间”。例如: Our house was built sometime around 1900. 我们的房子是在1900年左右的某个时候建成的。 sometimes 是“有时”的意思。可放在句首、句末或动词后面。例如: I usually go on foot, but sometimes I take the bus. 我通常步行,但有时也坐公共汽车。 作为副词词组,有“任何时候”之意;作为名词词组则有“一段时间”之意。例如: some time Come over and see us some time. 随时过来看我们。(副词词组) I spent some time in India when I was young. 我年轻时在印度呆了一段时间。(名词词组)

  32. Article2_S Before Reading Global Reading Detailed Reading After Reading Going Home They were going to Fort Lauderdale — three boys and three girls — and when they boarded the bus, they were carrying sandwiches and wine in paper bags, dreaming of golden beaches and sea tides as the gray, cold spring of New York vanished behind them. As the bus passed through New Jersey, they began to notice Vingo. He sat in front of them, dressed in a plain, ill-fitting suit, never moving, his dusty face masking his age. He kept chewing the inside of his lip a lot, frozen into complete silence. Deep into the night, outside Washington, the bus pulled into Howard Johnson’s, and everybody got off except Vingo. He sat rooted in his seat, and the young people began to wonder about him, trying to imagine his life: perhaps he was a sea captain, a runaway from his wife, an old soldier going home. When they went back to the bus, one of the girls sat beside him and introduced herself.

  33. Article2_w Before Reading Global Reading Detailed Reading After Reading Going Home They were going to Fort Lauderdale — three boys and three girls — and when they boarded the bus, they were carrying sandwiches and wine in paper bags, dreaming of golden beaches and sea tides as the gray, cold spring of New York vanished behind them. As the bus passed through New Jersey, they began to notice Vingo. He sat in front of them, dressed in a plain, ill-fitting suit, never moving, his dusty face masking his age. He kept chewing the inside of his lip a lot, frozen into complete silence. Deep into the night, outside Washington, the bus pulled into Howard Johnson’s, and everybody got off except Vingo. He sat rooted in his seat, and the young people began to wonder about him, trying to imagine his life: perhaps he was a sea captain, a runaway from his wife, an old soldier going home. When they went back to the bus, one of the girls sat beside him and introduced herself.

  34. Article2_S Before Reading Global Reading Detailed Reading After Reading Going Home They were going to Fort Lauderdale — three boys and three girls — and when they boarded the bus, they were carrying sandwiches and wine in paper bags, dreaming of golden beaches and sea tides as the gray, cold spring of New York vanished behind them. As the bus passed through New Jersey, they began to notice Vingo. He sat in front of them, dressed in a plain, ill-fitting suit, never moving, his dusty face masking his age. He kept chewing the inside of his lip a lot, frozen into complete silence. Deep into the night, outside Washington, the bus pulled into Howard Johnson’s, and everybody got off except Vingo. He sat rooted in his seat, and the young people began to wonder about What is meant by “frozen into complete silence”? Completely speechless as if frozen up. him, trying to imagine his life: perhaps he was a sea captain, a runaway from his wife, an old soldier going home. When they went back to the bus, one of the girls sat beside him and introduced herself.

  35. Article2_S Before Reading Global Reading Detailed Reading After Reading Going Home They were going to Fort Lauderdale — three boys and three girls — and when they boarded the bus, they were carrying sandwiches and wine in paper bags, dreaming of golden beaches and sea tides as the gray, cold spring of New York vanished behind them. As the bus passed through New Jersey, they began to notice Vingo. He sat in front of them, dressed in a plain, ill-fitting suit, never moving, his dusty face masking his age. He kept chewing the inside of his lip a lot, frozen into complete silence. Deep into the night, outside Washington, the bus pulled into Howard Johnson’s, and everybody got off except Vingo. He sat rooted in his seat, and the young people began to wonder about Translate this sentence into Chinese. 他像生了根似的坐在座位上,… him, trying to imagine his life: perhaps he was a sea captain, a runaway from his wife, an old soldier going home. When they went back to the bus, one of the girls sat beside him and introduced herself.

  36. Article2_w Before Reading Global Reading Detailed Reading After Reading Going Home They were going to Fort Lauderdale — three boys and three girls — and when they boarded the bus, they were carrying sandwiches and wine in paper bags, dreaming of golden beaches and sea tides as the gray, cold spring of New York vanished behind them. As the bus passed through New Jersey, they began to notice Vingo. He sat in front of them, dressed in a plain, ill-fitting suit, never moving, his dusty face masking his age. He kept chewing the inside of his lip a lot, frozen into complete silence. Deep into the night, outside Washington, the bus pulled into Howard Johnson’s, and everybody got off except Vingo. He sat rooted in his seat, and the young people began to wonder about dream of: wish for ardently I often dream of the time when my work will be finished. 很多人向往在南海的一个小岛上生活。 Many people dream of living on an island in the South Sea. him, trying to imagine his life: perhaps he was a sea captain, a runaway from his wife, an old soldier going home. When they went back to the bus, one of the girls sat beside him and introduced herself.

  37. Article2_w Before Reading Global Reading Detailed Reading After Reading Going Home They were going to Fort Lauderdale — three boys and three girls — and when they boarded the bus, they were carrying sandwiches and wine in paper bags, dreaming of golden beaches and sea tides as the gray, cold spring of New York vanished behind them. As the bus passed through New Jersey, they began to notice Vingo. He sat in front of them, dressed in a plain, ill-fitting suit, never moving, his dusty face masking his age. He kept chewing the inside of his lip a lot, frozen into complete silence. Deep into the night, outside Washington, the bus pulled into Howard Johnson’s, and everybody got off except Vingo. He sat rooted in his seat, and the young people began to wonder about vanish: vi. disappear either suddenly or gradually When I turned round again, the mysterious UFO had vanished. Many once deadly diseases have vanished from the Earth. him, trying to imagine his life: perhaps he was a sea captain, a runaway from his wife, an old soldier going home. When they went back to the bus, one of the girls sat beside him and introduced herself.

  38. Article2_w Before Reading Global Reading Detailed Reading After Reading Going Home They were going to Fort Lauderdale — three boys and three girls — and when they boarded the bus, they were carrying sandwiches and wine in paper bags, dreaming of golden beaches and sea tides as the gray, cold spring of New York vanished behind them. As the bus passed through New Jersey, they began to notice Vingo. He sat in front of them, dressed in a plain, ill-fitting suit, never moving, his dusty face masking his age. He kept chewing the inside of his lip a lot, frozen into complete silence. Deep into the night, outside Washington, the bus pulled into Howard Johnson’s, and everybody got off except Vingo. He sat rooted in his seat, and the young people began to wonder about CF: vanish, disappear & fade 这几个词都是动词,都有“消失”之意。 vanish 语气强,既指完全、往往是神秘而突然地消失,不留任何蛛丝马迹,又指逐渐消散。例如: My keys were here a minute ago but now they've vanished. 一分钟前我的钥匙还在这里,但现在突然消失了。 disappear 普通用词,强调从视线或脑海中永久或暂时地消失。例如: The sun gradually disappeared behind the heavy cloud. 太阳慢慢地消失在厚厚的云层里。 fade 强调逐渐消失,有时也指不可逆转的消失。例如: Time has faded her beauty. 时间使她青春活力消失。 him, trying to imagine his life: perhaps he was a sea captain, a runaway from his wife, an old soldier going home. When they went back to the bus, one of the girls sat beside him and introduced herself.

  39. Article2_w Before Reading Global Reading Detailed Reading After Reading Going Home They were going to Fort Lauderdale — three boys and three girls — and when they boarded the bus, they were carrying sandwiches and wine in paper bags, dreaming of golden beaches and sea tides as the gray, cold spring of New York vanished behind them. As the bus passed through New Jersey, they began to notice Vingo. He sat in front of them, dressed in a plain, ill-fitting suit, never moving, his dusty face masking his age. He kept chewing the inside of his lip a lot, frozen into complete silence. Deep into the night, outside Washington, the bus pulled into Howard Johnson’s, and everybody got off except Vingo. He sat rooted in his seat, and the young people began to wonder about Collocation: vanish from sight 消失不见 vanish into thin air 消失不见 vanish in darkness 在黑暗中消失 vanish into nothing/void 化为乌有 him, trying to imagine his life: perhaps he was a sea captain, a runaway from his wife, an old soldier going home. When they went back to the bus, one of the girls sat beside him and introduced herself.

  40. Article2_w Before Reading Global Reading Detailed Reading After Reading Going Home They were going to Fort Lauderdale — three boys and three girls — and when they boarded the bus, they were carrying sandwiches and wine in paper bags, dreaming of golden beaches and sea tides as the gray, cold spring of New York vanished behind them. As the bus passed through New Jersey, they began to notice Vingo. He sat in front of them, dressed in a plain, ill-fitting suit, never moving, his dusty face masking his age. He kept chewing the inside of his lip a lot, frozen into complete silence. Deep into the night, outside Washington, the bus pulled into Howard Johnson’s, and everybody got off except Vingo. He sat rooted in his seat, and the young people began to wonder about dusty: n. covered with dust The room grows dusty when no one lives in it. 那个老农民像平时一样戴上他那脏兮兮的帽子,走了出去。 The old farmer puts on his dusty hat and goes out as usual. him, trying to imagine his life: perhaps he was a sea captain, a runaway from his wife, an old soldier going home. When they went back to the bus, one of the girls sat beside him and introduced herself.

  41. Article2_w Before Reading Global Reading Detailed Reading After Reading Going Home They were going to Fort Lauderdale — three boys and three girls — and when they boarded the bus, they were carrying sandwiches and wine in paper bags, dreaming of golden beaches and sea tides as the gray, cold spring of New York vanished behind them. As the bus passed through New Jersey, they began to notice Vingo. He sat in front of them, dressed in a plain, ill-fitting suit, never moving, his dusty face masking his age. He kept chewing the inside of his lip a lot, frozen into complete silence. Deep into the night, outside Washington, the bus pulled into Howard Johnson’s, and everybody got off except Vingo. He sat rooted in his seat, and the young people began to wonder about mask: v. conceal; cover (the face) with a mask The young man masked his hatred under an appearance of friendliness. Air pollution is so serious in some countries that you have to mask your faces once in a while. n. a covering for the face to hide or protect it Everyone who enters the chemical factory must wear a mask. him, trying to imagine his life: perhaps he was a sea captain, a runaway from his wife, an old soldier going home. When they went back to the bus, one of the girls sat beside him and introduced herself.

  42. Article2_w Before Reading Global Reading Detailed Reading After Reading Going Home They were going to Fort Lauderdale — three boys and three girls — and when they boarded the bus, they were carrying sandwiches and wine in paper bags, dreaming of golden beaches and sea tides as the gray, cold spring of New York vanished behind them. As the bus passed through New Jersey, they began to notice Vingo. He sat in front of them, dressed in a plain, ill-fitting suit, never moving, his dusty face masking his age. He kept chewing the inside of his lip a lot, frozen into complete silence. Deep into the night, outside Washington, the bus pulled into Howard Johnson’s, and everybody got off except Vingo. He sat rooted in his seat, and the young people began to wonder about CF: mask & disguise 这两个词都是动词,都有“假装”、“伪装”、“掩盖”之意。 mask 做名词时原指“面罩”、“面具”,做动词时为“用面具遮住”,用作比喻时为“掩盖某事物”。例如: Small children find it hard to mask their emotions. 小孩子发现要掩饰他们的情绪是很难的。 disguise 意为“伪装、假扮以掩盖身份”、“隐藏;掩饰”。例如: She disguised herself as a man, but she couldn’t disguise her voice. 她假扮成一个男人,却不能伪装她的声音。 Collocation: mask as 装着;扮着 mask with … him, trying to imagine his life: perhaps he was a sea captain, a runaway from his wife, an old soldier going home. When they went back to the bus, one of the girls sat beside him and introduced herself. 用…遮住; 用…掩盖

  43. Article2_w Before Reading Global Reading Detailed Reading After Reading Going Home They were going to Fort Lauderdale — three boys and three girls — and when they boarded the bus, they were carrying sandwiches and wine in paper bags, dreaming of golden beaches and sea tides as the gray, cold spring of New York vanished behind them. As the bus passed through New Jersey, they began to notice Vingo. He sat in front of them, dressed in a plain, ill-fitting suit, never moving, his dusty face masking his age. He kept chewing the inside of his lip a lot, frozen into complete silence. Deep into the night, outside Washington, the bus pulled into Howard Johnson’s, and everybody got off except Vingo. He sat rooted in his seat, and the young people began to wonder about pull into: arrive at (a station); move in towards, as a motor vehicle 当时钟敲响12点时,火车开进了车站。 The train pulled into the station on the stroke of 12. Let's pull into the parking lot and have a rest. him, trying to imagine his life: perhaps he was a sea captain, a runaway from his wife, an old soldier going home. When they went back to the bus, one of the girls sat beside him and introduced herself.

  44. Article2_w Before Reading Global Reading Detailed Reading After Reading Going Home They were going to Fort Lauderdale — three boys and three girls — and when they boarded the bus, they were carrying sandwiches and wine in paper bags, dreaming of golden beaches and sea tides as the gray, cold spring of New York vanished behind them. As the bus passed through New Jersey, they began to notice Vingo. He sat in front of them, dressed in a plain, ill-fitting suit, never moving, his dusty face masking his age. He kept chewing the inside of his lip a lot, frozen into complete silence. Deep into the night, outside Washington, the bus pulled into Howard Johnson’s, and everybody got off except Vingo. He sat rooted in his seat, and the young people began to wonder about root: v. fix firmly Stunned by what had happened, the old man stood rooted to the spot. These words have been rooted in my memory. Collocation: root about 寻觅;搜索 root and branch 彻底地;完全地 get at/to the root of sth. 深究某事的原因证据 him, trying to imagine his life: perhaps he was a sea captain, a runaway from his wife, an old soldier going home. When they went back to the bus, one of the girls sat beside him and introduced herself.

  45. Article2_w Before Reading Global Reading Detailed Reading After Reading Going Home They were going to Fort Lauderdale — three boys and three girls — and when they boarded the bus, they were carrying sandwiches and wine in paper bags, dreaming of golden beaches and sea tides as the gray, cold spring of New York vanished behind them. As the bus passed through New Jersey, they began to notice Vingo. He sat in front of them, dressed in a plain, ill-fitting suit, never moving, his dusty face masking his age. He kept chewing the inside of his lip a lot, frozen into complete silence. Deep into the night, outside Washington, the bus pulled into Howard Johnson’s, and everybody got off except Vingo. He sat rooted in his seat, and the young people began to wonder about wonder about: feel curious about; be doubtful about What are you wondering about? 吉姆说他没有做那件事,但我仍然对此表示怀疑。 Jim says he didn't do it, but I still wonder about that. him, trying to imagine his life: perhaps he was a sea captain, a runaway from his wife, an old soldier going home. When they went back to the bus, one of the girls sat beside him and introduced herself.

  46. Article3_S Before Reading Global Reading Detailed Reading After Reading “We’re going to Florida,” she said brightly. “I hear it’s really beautiful.” “It is,” he said quietly, as if remembering something he had tried to forget. “Want some wine?” she said. He smiled and took a swig from the bottle. He thanked her and retreated again into his silence. After a while, she went back to the others, and Vingo nodded in sleep. In the morning, they awoke outside another Howard Johnson’s, and this time Vingo went in. The girl insisted that he join them. He seemed very shy, and ordered black coffee and smoked nervously as the young people chattered about sleeping on beaches. When they returned to the bus, the girl sat with Vingo again, and after a while, slowly and painfully, he began to tell his story. He had been in jail in New York for the past two years, and now he was going home. “Are you married?” “I don’t know.” “You don’t know?” she said.

  47. Article3_W Before Reading Global Reading Detailed Reading After Reading “We’re going to Florida,” she said brightly. “I hear it’s really beautiful.” “It is,” he said quietly, as if remembering something he had tried to forget. “Want some wine?” she said. He smiled and took a swig from the bottle. He thanked her and retreated again into his silence. After a while, she went back to the others, and Vingo nodded in sleep. In the morning, they awoke outside another Howard Johnson’s, and this time Vingo went in. The girl insisted that he join them. He seemed very shy, and ordered black coffee and smoked nervously as the young people chattered about sleeping on beaches. When they returned to the bus, the girl sat with Vingo again, and after a while, slowly and painfully, he began to tell his story. He had been in jail in New York for the past four years, and now he was going home. “Are you married?” “I don’t know.” “You don’t know?” she said.

  48. Article3_S Before Reading Global Reading Detailed Reading After Reading “We’re going to Florida,” she said brightly. “I hear it’s really beautiful.” “It is,” he said quietly, as if remembering something he had tried to forget. “Want some wine?” she said. He smiled and took a swig from the bottle. He thanked her and retreated again into his silence. After a while, she went back to the others, and Vingo nodded in sleep. In the morning, they awoke outside another Howard Johnson’s, and this time Vingo went in. The girl insisted that he join them. He seemed very shy, and ordered black coffee and smoked nervously as the young people chattered about sleeping on beaches. When they returned to the bus, the girl sat with Vingo again, and after a while, slowly and painfully, he began to tell his story. He had been in jail in New York for the past four years, and now he was going home. “Are you married?” “I don’t know.” “You don’t know?” she said. What can we infer from this sentence? He didn't want others to know his experience.

  49. Article3_S Before Reading Global Reading Detailed Reading After Reading “We’re going to Florida,” she said brightly. “I hear it’s really beautiful.” “It is,” he said quietly, as if remembering something he had tried to forget. “Want some wine?” she said. He smiled and took a swig from the bottle. He thanked her and retreated again into his silence. After a while, she went back to the others, and Vingo nodded in sleep. In the morning, they awoke outside another Howard Johnson’s, and this time Vingo went in. The girl insisted that he join them. He seemed very shy, and ordered black coffee and smoked nervously as the young people chattered about sleeping on beaches. When they returned to the bus, the girl sat with Vingo again, and after a while, slowly and painfully, he began to tell his story. He had been in jail in New York for the past four years, and now he was going home. “Are you married?” “I don’t know.” “You don’t know?” she said. When you read this reply for the first time, what will you think? Open.

  50. Article3_W Before Reading Global Reading Detailed Reading After Reading “We’re going to Florida,” she said brightly. “I hear it’s really beautiful.” “It is,” he said quietly, as if remembering something he had tried to forget. “Want some wine?” she said. He smiled and took a swig from the bottle. He thanked her and retreated again into his silence. After a while, she went back to the others, and Vingo nodded in sleep. In the morning, they awoke outside another Howard Johnson’s, and this time Vingo went in. The girl insisted that he join them. He seemed very shy, and ordered black coffee and smoked nervously as the young people chattered about sleeping on beaches. When they returned to the bus, the girl sat with Vingo again, and after a while, slowly and painfully, he began to tell his story. He had been in jail in New York for the past four years, and now he was going home. “Are you married?” “I don’t know.” “You don’t know?” she said. brightly: cheerfully; shiningly On her way to the office, Ms. Self greeted her workmates brightly. The stars are shining brightly. Let's go out and enjoy the night.