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  1. B R _ main English Song —Beautiful Boy Spaghetti The American Educational System

  2. B R _ English Song English Song —Beautiful Boy John Lennon 1. A Brief Introduction to John Lennon 2. Questions about John Lennon 3. Chronology of John Lennon Beautiful Boy Questions about the Song and the Texts

  3. B R _ Spaghetti Spaghetti Definition Listen and Practice

  4. del The American Educational System The U.S. Grade School System

  5. B R _ Brief Introduction to John Lennon 1 A Brief Introduction to John Lennon John Lennon (1940~1980) was an English rock musician and cofounder of The Beatles, the most lauded and influential rock group of all time.

  6. B R _ Brief Introduction to John Lennon 2

  7. B R _ Questions about John Lennon Questions about John Lennon 1. Who was John Lennon? 2. Which country was he from? 3. What was his profession? 4. Do you know any songs by him? 5. Can you tell us anything about Lennon?

  8. B R _ Chronology of John Lennon1 Chronology of John Lennon — — — — — October 9, 1940 Born John Winston Lennon, in , England. September 1957 Enrolled at Liverpool College of Art. August 23, 1962 Married college girlfriend (divorced 1968). February 19, 1963 Please Please Me reached Number One in the U.K. charts. February 12, 1964 started their first U.S. tour. Liverpool CynthiaPowell The Beatles

  9. B R _ Chronology of John Lennon2 — — — — June 15, 1965 The Beatles received (Member of the Order of the British Empire) from Queen Elizabeth II. March 14, 1969 Married . November 25, 1969 Lennon returned his MBE in peace protest. December 8, 1980 Shot dead outside his apartment in the Dakota building in New York City. The killer was a crazed fan, , who had recently obtained Lennon’s autograph(亲笔签名). MBEs Yoko Ono Mark Chapman

  10. B R _ Liverpool _ pic Liverpool

  11. B R _ Cynthia Powell _ pic CynthiaPowell

  12. B R _ The Beatles _ pic The Beatles

  13. B R _ MBE _ pic MBE

  14. B R _ Yoko _ pic Yoko

  15. B R _ Mark Chapman _ pic Mark Chapman

  16. B R _ Beautiful Boy _ pic Beautiful Boy

  17. B R _ Questions about the Song and the Texts Questions about the Song and the Texts 1. In your opinion, what is the song Beautiful Boy going to tell us? 2. What does Lennon think of growing up? Is it easy or full of adventures? 3. Can you guess what the texts in this unit are going to be about?

  18. Definition B R _ Definition Spaghetti is the Italian-style thin noodle, cooked by boiling and served with sauce. Unlike some Chinese noodles, it is not served in soup and will never taste pulpy (软乎乎、没有嚼劲的).

  19. Listen and Practice B R _ Listen and Practice Read the words given below and then listen to the passage. After listening to the passage, one student is required to come up and show the right way of eating spaghetti before the class. poke戳 scoop挖 prong尖头 remainder剩余物 twirl快速转动

  20. The Right Way of Eating Spaghetti B R _ The Right Way of Eating Spaghetti 1 1.Hold the fork in your hand as if to poke the spaghetti. 2.Scoop up a small amount of spaghetti on your fork andraise it about 30cm above your plate. 3.Make sure the spaghetti on your fork is completely disconnected from the remainder on your plate. 4.Put the prongs of the fork at an edge of the plate that isfree of food. 5.Quickly point the prongs of the fork straight downtoward the plate and place the points on the plate. 6.Twirl the fork to gather the spaghetti around the prongs.

  21. B R _ The Right Way of Eating Spaghetti 2 7.With a quick scooping movement, gather up the roll around the prongs and place it in your mouth. 8.Gently gather up any stray spaghetti ends that don’t make it all the way into your mouth.

  22. The American Educational System B R _ The U.S. Grade School System In the United States, education is the responsibility of individual states, not of the federal government, so requirements may vary from one state to another. The following is a generalization: kindergarten: under 5 years old elementary/ primary school (grades 1~6): 6~11 years old junior high/middle school (grades 7~8): 12~13 years old senior/high school (grades 9~12): 14~17 years old college, institute, academy(学院), university

  23. B R _ Grade School System _ pic

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  28. G R _ main Scanning Part Division of the Text Further Understanding

  29. G R _ Further Understanding Further Understanding For Part 1 True or False For Part 2 Multiple Choice For Part 3 Questions and Answers

  30. G R _ Scanning1 Scanning Scan Text A and find out all the time words, phrases and clauses.

  31. G R _ Scanning2 since my childhood in Belleville (Para. 1) until my third year in high school(Para. 1) until then (Para. 1) when our class was assigned to Mr. Fleagle for third-year English (Para. 2) late in the year (Para. 3) until the night before the essay was due (Para. 3) when I finished (Para. 6) next morning (Para. 6) two days passed (Para. 6) when I saw him lift my paper from his desk... (Para. 6)when Mr. Fleagle finished(Para. 9)

  32. G R _ Part Division of the Text 1 Part Division of the Text Parts Para(s) Main Ideas 1 1~2 Baker was bored by everything associated with English courses, including his new English teacher. 2 3~5 Baker found himself attracted by one particular topic and wrote about it for his own enjoyment.

  33. G R _ Part Division of the Text 2 Parts Para(s) Main Ideas 3 6~9 The experience of writing the essay helped Baker discover his talent for writing and realize what he wished to do in life.

  34. G R _ True or False 1 True or False 1. Baker had never thought of becoming a writer until he was in the eleventh grade. () F As a child in Belleville, he had thought of becoming a writer from time to time. 2. Teachers found it painful to read students’ long and lifeless essays. () T

  35. G R _ True or False 2 3. Before Mr. Fleagle became the English teacher for Baker’s class, the English course had been interesting. () F From the words “another cheerless year” we can see the English course had been quite boring. 4. In Baker’s opinion, Mr. Fleagle was really a formal, rigid and out-of-date teacher only because of Fleagle’s manner of speaking. () F Besides the manner of speaking, Fleagle’s appearance and dress also showed that he was a dull and rigid teacher.

  36. Multiple Choice G R _ Multiple Choice1 Choose the best answer to complete the sentence. 1. At first, Baker thought Mr. Fleagle’s English course was ___________. A. interesting B. dull C. hopeful D. attractive

  37. Multiple Choice G R _ Multiple Choice1A Choose the best answer to complete the sentence. 1. At first, Baker thought Mr. Fleagle’s English course was ___________. A A. interesting B. dull C. hopeful D. attractive

  38. Multiple Choice G R _ Multiple Choice1B Choose the best answer to complete the sentence. 1. At first, Baker thought Mr. Fleagle’s English course was ___________. B A. interesting B. dull C. hopeful D. attractive

  39. Multiple Choice G R _ Multiple Choice1C Choose the best answer to complete the sentence. 1. At first, Baker thought Mr. Fleagle’s English course was ___________. C A. interesting B. dull C. hopeful D. attractive

  40. Multiple Choice G R _ Multiple Choice1D Choose the best answer to complete the sentence. 1. At first, Baker thought Mr. Fleagle’s English course was ___________. D A. interesting B. dull C. hopeful D. attractive

  41. G R _ Multiple Choice2 2. In Baker’s opinion, the title of the composition “What IDid on My Summer Vacation” was _________. A. dull B. unfruitful C. difficult D. foolish and dull

  42. G R _ Multiple Choice2A 2. In Baker’s opinion, the title of the composition “What IDid on My Summer Vacation” was _________. A A. dull B. unfruitful C. difficult D. foolish and dull

  43. G R _ Multiple Choice2B 2. In Baker’s opinion, the title of the composition “What IDid on My Summer Vacation” was _________. B A. dull B. unfruitful C. difficult D. foolish and dull

  44. G R _ Multiple Choice2C 2. In Baker’s opinion, the title of the composition “What IDid on My Summer Vacation” was _________. C A. dull B. unfruitful C. difficult D. foolish and dull

  45. G R _ Multiple Choice2D 2. In Baker’s opinion, the title of the composition “What IDid on My Summer Vacation” was _________. D A. dull B. unfruitful C. difficult D. foolish and dull

  46. G R _ Multiple Choice3 3.Baker liked to write a composition with the title “The Art of Eating Spaghetti” because __________. A. neither Baker nor Doris had ever eaten spaghetti before B. Baker and Doris argued about it at a supper C. spaghetti was from Italy and quite new then D. it reminded him of the pleasure of that evening

  47. G R _ Multiple Choice3A 3.Baker liked to write a composition with the title “The Art of Eating Spaghetti” because __________. A A. neither Baker nor Doris had ever eaten spaghetti before B. Baker and Doris argued about it at a supper C. spaghetti was from Italy and quite new then D. it reminded him of the pleasure of that evening

  48. G R _ Multiple Choice3B 3.Baker liked to write a composition with the title “The Art of Eating Spaghetti” because __________. B A. neither Baker nor Doris had ever eaten spaghetti before B. Baker and Doris argued about it at a supper C. spaghetti was from Italy and quite new then D. it reminded him of the pleasure of that evening

  49. G R _ Multiple Choice3C 3.Baker liked to write a composition with the title “The Art of Eating Spaghetti” because __________. C A. neither Baker nor Doris had ever eaten spaghetti before B. Baker and Doris argued about it at a supper C. spaghetti was from Italy and quite new then D. it reminded him of the pleasure of that evening

  50. G R _ Multiple Choice3D 3.Baker liked to write a composition with the title “The Art of Eating Spaghetti” because __________. D A. neither Baker nor Doris had ever eaten spaghetti before B. Baker and Doris argued about it at a supper C. spaghetti was from Italy and quite new then D. it reminded him of the pleasure of that evening