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2016-2017学年八年级下学期英语教学课件:Unit 4《A good read》Reading I(牛津译林版)

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Unit 4 A good read Reading (I) Gulliver’s Travels Jonathan Swift (1667—1745) Who’s the main character? (Gulliver.) What catches your eyes most in the picture? Huge Gulliver VS Small men What do you think of Gulliver in this paragraph? What did Gulliver do to save himself? Lucky VS Unluckly The ship crashed against the rocks. Gulliver was still alive. Swam & Slept swam as far as he could fell down ... and went to sleep /fast fast slow Fast VS Slow Can you ask some interesting questions about “our ship”? Do you think this beginning of the novel is a good one? Why? Where were other people in the ship after the crash? What were they going to do in the ship? ... A good beginning (especially a good first sentence) always tells something more than itself. It allows its readers to read, ask and know more. What do you think of Gulliver’s sleep according to this paragraph? Good VS Bad He slept until the sun was rising. ( ) He wasn’t tired out but he still couldn’t move. ( ) His arms, legs and hair were tied to the ground! ( ) G B G & B A deep and sound sleep may get Gulliver into trouble. Some people think “the sun was rising” tells readers more than “time” itself. Do you agree or not? Why? the sun ... rising woke up energetic/active new life be tied to ... could not move helpless/troubled new challenge but My arms, legs and hair were tied to the ground How did Gulliver feel? Surprised ! What might Gulliver wonder? Who tied me to the ground? Why was I tied to the ground? ... How did Gulliver feel on his leg? He felt something on his leg. It moved up over his stomach and neck until it was standing near his face. What is “it”? A very small man. Why did the writer use “something” and “It” instead of “someone” and “He”? Something VS Someone Gulliver felt. Gulliver saw. Felt VS Saw He looked down and saw Gulliver felt something and then saw someone. How small the man is? Why not cut out the sentence above? He was the same size as my little finger ! I am the same size as the huge man’s little finger. And the huge man’s eye/nose/mouth/tooth/ hand/foot is the same size as __________. ... Huge VS Small Pictures speak louder than words. A good read often helps to create pictures in its readers’ mind. How did Gulliver feel by asking the following questions? Where was I? Who was this tiny person? Can you ask more questions like these? Why was the small man standing near my face? Was I tied to the ground by this small man? Was he the only tiny man living here? ... Wondering Who do you think is more powerful, Gulliver or small men? 1 VS 40 Gulliver: shouted at them the big noise made them all fall over Small men: climbed all over ... got up again continued moving ... power of a huge man power of a team physical power mental power Why did Gulliver shout at the small men? For fun VS For safety —the loud noise made them all fall over. How did Gulliver feel at that time? Amused. Small men—Look, how powerful I am! Can you imagine how loud the noise was? ( Tip: Good answers make readers “see” or “feel” the loud noise.) Did Gulliver talk to the small men successfully? Chat VS Fight began talking to me could not understand didn’t know what to say What do you think made them fail to communicate? language barrier (障碍) nothing in common Can you imagine what the small man talked to him? How did they fight against each other? Gulliver: tried to pull one hand free managed to break the ropes lifted left hand into the air Small men: began to shout a huge army of tiny people were coming straight towards Gulliver How did Gulliver feel at that time? but I did not know how to get away. Afraid "I must run away from them," Hopeless How do you understand the word “army”? I looked down and saw a huge army of tiny people. army : 1. a large number of people 大批,大群 2. an organization of military forces of a nation 军队,大军 The word "army" shows readers the tiny people are not only large in number but also with the same purpose of fighting for their country. When the opposites "huge" and "tiny" are used in "a huge army of tiny people" together, they draw a very special dramatic picture for readers. 一词两用 两词一用 How do you feel after you read the last sentence of the extract (节选) from the novel? “I must run away from them,” I thought, but I did not know how to get away. Curious VS Worried Could Gulliver manage to run away from the tiny men at last? ... I want to continue reading this story! What a good read! What a poor man! Would his travels always be full of kinds of trouble? ... Gulliver's Travels is a great book full of amazing adventure stories. “Conflict” (冲突) is one of its possible themes (主题). Conflict (冲突) Characters(人物) Plot (情节) Setting (背景) Gulliver Tiny men 1. size: 2. number: alone a very small man more small men a huge army of tiny people the same size as my little finger huge small/tiny 3. ... Gulliver Tiny men 1. the ship crashed against the rock swam as far as ... felt the land under the feet fell down on the beach went to sleep in an unkown place the local pepole in their homeland a survivor 2. the sun was rising but could not move ... were tied to the ground trapped free 1st Round (1 VS 1) (climb) on move up over stand near Where was I? Who was this tiny person? Wondering: Would we be friends? 2nd Round (Around 40 VS 1) climb all over ... shout at them all fall over get up again continue moving across ... Amused: Are they doing this seriously? 3rd Round (A huge army VS 1) Chat ? Fight ! talk to ... can not understand do not know what ... try to pull ... free manage to break ... lift ... into the air begin to shout come straight ... I must run away from them, but I do not know how to get away. Afraid & Hopeless: If only I could escape from these guys! There are a thousand Hamlets in a thousand people’s eyes. —Shakespeare After class, write your own understanding about some words from the extract and share it with your good friends.

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