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Unit3《Teenage problems》课件4(29张PPT)(牛津译林九年级上)

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9A Unit 3 Teenage problems Grammar D + Integrated skills D. Five kinds of sentence structure Subject (S) Verb (V) 1. S + V Millie is sleeping. 主语+谓语 The telephone rang. His father might have died. We all breathe, drink and eat. 注:这种结构中的谓语动词是不及物动词(intransitive verb),状语(adverbial)并非结构上不可缺少的成分。但在某种情况下,不加状语便不能表达完整的意思,看看下面的句型: ◇主语 + 谓语 + 状语: The meeting lasted for two hours. We walked for five miles. He lives in Guangzhou. They will fly to London. Subject (s) Verb (V) Direct object (DO) 2.S + V + DO Mill is reading a book. 主语 + 谓语 + 直接宾语 You may have seen each other. He is doing morning exercises. This factory makes machine tools. Mary has ordered a new dress. I have had my lunch. 注:这种结构中的谓语动词是及物动词,后面只跟一个宾语,因此称单宾及物动词,一般不需状语即可表达完整的意思。但在某些情况下,状语必不可少,看看下面的句型: ◇主语 + 谓语 + 宾语 + 状语 He put the vase on the table. Jim brought his suitcases upstairs. I’ll take Mary to the station. They treated him kindly. Verb (V) Subject (S) Predictive (P) 3. S + V + P Millie is kind. 主语 + 系动词 + 表语 The plan sounds perfect. This material feels soft. This is where I work. Subject Verb (S) (V) 4.S + V + IO + DO Millie gave Amy a book. 主语 + 谓语 + 间接宾语 + 直接宾语 Indirect object (IO) Direct object (DO) She made herself a new dress. My father bought me a novel. Pass me the salt. Subject Verb (S) (V) 5. S + V + DO + OC Millie calls her dog Eddie. 主语 + 谓语 + 宾语 + 宾语补足语 Direct Object (DO) Object Complement(OC) We have proved him wrong. She found the child fast asleep. I called him a fool. 划分下列句子的成分 1) Millie is eating. 2) Millie is eating a cake. 主语 谓语 主语 谓语 宾语 3) The cake tastes delicious. 4) Lucy will buy me a big cake. 主语 谓语 表语 主语 谓语 间宾 直宾 5) I find the question wrong. 主语 谓语 宾语 宾补 Millie does not know the sentences structures very well. Help her finish the following exercises. 1.Jay named his dog Bobby. 2.He bought a T-shirt. 3.She laughed. 4.He gave Laura a present. 5.She looks lovely. 6.The teacher is marking the tests. 7.They consider John the best actor. 8.I find the article on star signs interesting. S + V + DO + OC S + V + DO S + V S + V + IO + DO S + V + P S + V + DO S + V + DO + OC S + V + DO + OC Sigmund Friend is writing some notes on teenagers’ problems. However, his computer broke down suddenly and all the words are now in the wrong order. Help him rearrange the words to form complete sentences and name the sentence structures. (Book Page 49) 1.teenagers/have/an/Many/unhealthy/diet 2.makes/weak/your body/unhealthy/diet/An 3.unhappy/are/They 4.find/difficult/homework/They/their Many teenagers have an unhealthy diet. An unhealthy diet makes your body weak. They are unhappy. They find their homework difficult. S+V+DO S+V+DO+OC S+V+P S+V+DO+OC 5.hobbies/Teenagers/many/have 6.tired/They/are 7.write/letters/Many/me/teenagers 8.cry/Some/them/of Teenagers have many hobbies. They are tired. Many teenagers write me letters. Some of them cry. S+V+DO S+V+P S+V+IO+DO S+V Integrated skills Dealing with problems 1.Help Sigmund Friend complete his notes with as much information as you can, using Sue’s profile. 2.Listen to the dialogue between Sue and Sigmund. Complete the notes. Wang Yifang, Sue Name: Wang Yifang, Sue Favourite subjects: English, ______, Science. First problem: Not good at _____---can’t ______ and __________ Advice: Just try ________ in PE lessons, enjoy the _________ Second problem: Does not have many ______--- classmates _________ her and call her ‘Bookworm’ Advice: Talk to your _________ when feeling sad and share your ________ with her; ________ attention to those students who laugh at you and ______________ your school work. Maths sport friends exercise your best hates swimming run fast laugh at best friend problems pay no be proud of Wang Yifang,Sue Sue is the ___________ in her class at Beijing Sunshine Secondary School. Her favourite Subjects are ___________, __________ and ___________.Although Sue does well in exams, she has some problems. She is not very good at sport. She _______________ and ______________. Also, her classmates call her ‘__________’. This makes her feel bad. I told her what to do in PE lessons. She should just _____________ and ______________________. I also told her to _____________________ the students who laugh at her. Now, Sue seems much happier. She still finds sport difficult for her but now she talks to her friend when she feels sad. She also ___________________ with her best friend. She is also _______________ her school work. top students Science try her best hates swimming Bookworm cannot run fast Maths English enjoy the exercise pay no attention to shares her problems proud of A survey: Teenage problems among us By Wang Jie from Class 5, Grade 9 Now in our class, we have many problems. First, most students have no time for exercise and hobbies. Some students think it difficult to study English. Some students can’t study well because of the noise in the classroom. Some students don’t have close friends and they feel very lonely. And some often quarrel with friends or family members. But the biggest problem is that a lot of students have much homework to do and they also get too many tests and exams. So they don’t have enough time to sleep. All the students hope their parents and teachers can understand them and help them solve these problems. A generation gap (代沟) has become a serious problem. I read a 1 about it in the newspaper. Some children have killed themselves after quarrels with 2 . I think this is because they don’t often have a talk with each other. Parents now 3 more time in the office, 4 they don’t have much time to stay with their children. As time passes, they both feel that they don’t have the 5 topic to talk about. I want to tell parents to be more patient with your 6 , get to know them and 7 them. And for children, show your 8 to your parents. They are the people who love you. So 9 them your thoughts. In this way, you 10 have a better understanding of each other. A B C D ( )1. message call report letter ( )2. friends teachers classmates parents ( )3. spend stay work have ( )4. because if but so ( )5. interesting same true good ( )6. business children work office ( )7. get on with look after understand love ( )8. interest secret trouble feelings ( )9. tell ask answer say ( )10. can should must would C A D B D A B C C A Two students started quarreling at school. One student shouted dirty words at the other, and a fight(打架) began. What can be done to stop fights like this at school? In some schools, the disputants (争执者) sit down with peer mediators. Peer mediators are students with special training in this kind of problems. Peer mediators help the disputants to talk in a friendly way. Here are some of the ways they use. 1. Put what you think clearly but don’t say anything to hurt the other. Begin with “I feel…..” instead of “You always…….” 2. Listen carefully to what the other person is saying. Don’t stop the other person’s words. 3. Keep looking at the other person’s eyes when he or she talks. 4. Try to see the other person’s side of the problem. 5. Never put anyone down. Saying things like “You are foolish” makes the talk difficult. 6. Try to find a result that makes both people happy. Peer mediators never decide the results of the winner. They don’t decide who is right and who is wrong. Instead, they help the two students to find their own “win-win” result. A “win-win” result can make everyone feel good. Peer mediators’ work is often successful just because it gets people to talk to each other. And getting people to talk to each other is the first step in finding a “win-win” result. Two students started quarreling at school. One student shouted dirty words at the other, and a fight(打架) began. What can be done to stop fights like this at school? In some schools, the disputants (争执者) sit down with peer mediators. Peer mediators are students with special training in this kind of problems. Peer mediators help the disputants to talk in a friendly way. Here are some of the ways they use. 1. Put what you think clearly but don’t say anything to hurt the other. Begin with “I feel…..” instead of “You always…….” 2. Listen carefully to what the other person is saying. Don’t stop the other person’s words. 3. Keep looking at the other person’s eyes when he or she talks. 4. Try to see the other person’s side of the problem. 5. Never put anyone down. Saying things like “You are foolish” makes the talk difficult. 6. Try to find a result that makes both people happy. ( )1. What can be done when there is a fight at school? A. The peer mediators and the disputants talk together. B. The peer mediators decide the winner. C. The students themselves decide who is the winner. D. The two students sit down and listen to the peer mediator. A Two students started quarreling at school. One student shouted dirty words at the other, and a fight(打架) began. What can be done to stop fights like this at school? In some schools, the disputants (争执者) sit down with peer mediators. Peer mediators are students with special training in this kind of problems. Peer mediators help the disputants to talk in a friendly way. Here are some of the ways they use. …………………………. 6. Try to find a result that makes both people happy. Peer mediators never decide the results of the winner. They don’t decide who is right and who is wrong. Instead, they help the two students to find their own “win-win” result. A “win-win” result can make everyone feel good. Peer mediators’ work is often successful just because it gets people to talk to each other. And getting people to talk to each other is the first step in finding a “win-win” result. ( )2. Peer mediators’ work is ___________. A. to give lesson to disputants. B. to help find a way to make both sides happy C. to find out who starts a quarrel D. to give students some special training B Here are some of the ways they use. 1. Put what you think clearly but don’t say anything to hurt the other. Begin with “I feel…..” instead of “You always…….” 2. Listen carefully to what the other person is saying. Don’t stop the other person’s words. 3. Keep looking at the other person’s eyes when he or she talks. 4. Try to see the other person’s side of the problem. 5. Never put anyone down. Saying things like “You are foolish” makes the talk difficult. 6. Try to find a result that makes both people happy. ( )3. What should you do when the other person is speaking? A. Try to tell him or her what you think B. Think who is right and who is wrong C. Listen carefully and look at his or her eyes all the time D. Ask the peer mediators as many questions as possible C Peer mediators help the disputants to talk in a friendly way. Here are some of the ways they use. 1. Put what you think clearly but don’t say anything to hurt the other. Begin with “I feel…..” instead of “You always…….” 4. Try to see the other person’s side of the problem. 5. Never put anyone down. Saying things like “You are foolish” makes the talk difficult. 6. Try to find a result that makes both people happy. Peer mediators never decide the results of the winner. They don’t decide who is right and who is wrong. Instead, they help the two students to find their own “win-win” result. A “win-win” result can make everyone feel good. ( )4. During the talk, if you say “You are lazy” or “I feel angry”, ______. A. the other person will know he or she is wrong B. the other person will understand you better C. it’s easy for you to decide who is right D. it’s hard for you to get a “win-win” result. D

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