Unit1 Pre-reading Activities Audiovisual supplement 1


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  • (5) the heavy defeat of the German Air Force by our fighters in August and September, Hitler did not dare attempt the invasion of this island, although he had every need to do (6) and although he had made vast preparations. Baffled in this grandiose project, he sought to break the spirit of the British nation by the bombing, first of London and afterward (7) our great cities. It has now been proved (8) the admiration of the world and of our friends in the United States that this form of blackmail and murder and terrorism, so far from weakening the spirit of the (9) nation, has only roused it to a more intense and universal flame than was ever seen (10) in any modern community.
  • After
  • ______
  • so
  • ___
  • to
  • ___
  • of
  • ___
  • British
  • _______
  • before
  • _______
  • Vocabulary
  • Translation
  • Integrated skills
  • Grammar
  • The nation clearly refers to the British nation.
  • Writing

Consolidation Activities- Hints10

  • (5) the heavy defeat of the German Air Force by our fighters in August and September, Hitler did not dare attempt the invasion of this island, although he had every need to do (6) and although he had made vast preparations. Baffled in this grandiose project, he sought to break the spirit of the British nation by the bombing, first of London and afterward (7) our great cities. It has now been proved (8) the admiration of the world and of our friends in the United States that this form of blackmail and murder and terrorism, so far from weakening the spirit of the (9) nation, has only roused it to a more intense and universal flame than was ever seen (10) in any modern community.
  • After
  • ______
  • so
  • ___
  • to
  • ___
  • of
  • ___
  • British
  • _______
  • before
  • _______
  • Vocabulary
  • Translation
  • Integrated skills
  • Oral activities
  • Grammar
  • After was ever seen, before is naturally expected as ever … before is a habitual collocation.
  • Writing

Consolidation Activities- Oral activities

  • Vocabulary
  • Translation
  • Integrated skills
  • Oral activities
  • Grammar
  • Giving a talk
  • Having a dialogue
  • Writing

Consolidation Activities- Oral activities1

  • October 29, 1941, visit, cheer, ten months, ups and downs, a great improvement in our position, desperately alone, unmeasured menace, deceptive appearances, never give in, account closed, different mood, flinch, persevere to conquer, a verse of the school song, sterner days
  • alumnus of Harrow School, October 29, 1941, visit, hear the traditional school songs, deliver a speech, encourage, suggestion, alter a word, great days
  • Topic A: Churchill’s Speech in Our School
  • Vocabulary
  • Translation
  • Integrated skills
  • Oral activities
  • Grammar
  • Writing
  • Topic B: Churchill’s Visit to Our School
  • Words and phrases for reference:

Consolidation Activities- Having a discussion

  • Having a dialogue
  • Topic: Have a dialogue with your partner, talking about your feelings and experiences in learning English.
  • Words and phrases for reference:
  • Vocabulary
  • Translation
  • Integrated skills
  • Oral activities
  • Grammar
  • Writing
  • I know how it feels, frustrating, progress takes time, my experience in language learning, learning method, practice makes perfect, perseverance, diligence, the importance of confidence in language learning, keep going

Consolidation Activities- Writing3

  • Vocabulary
  • Translation
  • Integrated skills
  • Oral activities
  • Grammar
  • Writing
  • Essay writing: An introduction
  • Essay type: argumentative essays
  • Suggestion: Quote concrete examples to support the idea; progressively build up argumentation; stress the thesis.
  • Practice:
  • Write an essay on the given topic: How to Stay Cool with Success. Please employ examples to help explain your idea, and build up your argumentation progressively.
  • Writing

Section Five Further Enhancement

  • Text II
  • Memorable quotes
  • Lead-in questions
  • Text
  • Questions for discussion

Lead-in questions

  • Lead-in questions
  • Churchill was a successful politician, orator, and writer, but had he always been successful? What are some unsuccessful aspects of Churchill as a human being?
  • Text II
  • Memorable quotes


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