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1．Help the Ss. to have a good understanding of the relationship of the characters.
2．Develop the Ss' abilities of analyzing the relationship of the characters.
Teaching aids： a recorder, a computer and VCD, etc.
Daily report. (Every day there is a student who gives a daily report about some interesting topics, such as sports, films, stories, and so on.)
You may wish to lead in your lesson like：
Do you know the capitals of the U. K. and France? (Yes. They are London and Paris.) Today we are going to read a tale which happened between the two cities in the 18th century, A Tale of Two cities. Do you know the author of this story? (Charles Dickens. Yes.) (Show a portrait of Charles Dickens and his works, including Oliver Twist, The Old Curiosity Shop, David Copperfield, Hard Times, Great Expectations and A Tale of Two Cities.)
1．Ask the Ss to skim the text to find the answers to the following questions： How many persons are mentioned in this story? (Six) / Who are they? (Dr Manette, Lucie Manette, Charles Darnay, Sydney Carton, Monsieur Defarge and Marquis St Evremonde)
2．Let the Ss get information about Dr. Manette. Let the Ss discuss it in pairs.
*Father of Lucie Manette.
*His wife died when Lucie was a baby.
*He attended a peasant boy and a girl, both of whom died.
*He knew that they had been badly treated, so he was put in prison to keep silence.
*He spent many years in the Bastille in Paris, where he used to make shoes.
*While in prison he became mentally disturbed, and his hair turned white.
*He returned to England and got gradually better and stronger.
3．Let the Ss put the events in good order, SB Page57 part 4.
4．Let the Ss analyze the relationship between the main characters.
You may wish to say： We know there are six persons in this tale, Could you like to analyze the relationship between them according to some parts of the films? And finish the following form (Ex. Ⅱ in AB). (Show several parts of the film with the computer.)
H&W： husband and wife F： friend
F&D： father and daughter O： opponents in love
M&S： master and servant E： enemy
U&N： uncle and nephew
1) Match words
(1)disturb A．great sum of money
(2)mental B．break the quiet, calm or order of; put out of the right or usual position
(3)fortune C．give care; look after
(4)attend D．feel or have pain, loss, etc.
(5)suffer E．of or in the mind
Answers： (1) -B (2) -E (3) -A (4) -C (5) -D
2) Fill in blanks according to the meanings of the following sentences (Ex. Ⅲ in AB)
(1)Since childhood I have heard many tales of cunning foxes and clever monkeys.
(2)They stayed up very late last night. Now they are still asleep. Don't disturb them.
(3)He dreams of making a big fortune, but he doesn't want to do anything.
(4)Tom, could you attend to the customers, please?
(5)He doesn't often get colds, but when he does he really suffers.
3) Explain the difficult points.
having + p.p
Having finished (finish) their work, they went home.
==After they had finished his work, they went home.
We were very much pleased, having heard (hear) the news of his success.
==We were very much pleased, as we had heard the news of his success.
Fill in the blanks with be pleased at / with / to do sth.
They were very much pleased at the good news.
I wasn't very pleased with my exam results.
We are pleased to know the progress you have made.
for no good reason / for the reason of
She was very angry, for no good reason.
He had give up teaching for the reason of health.
fall in love with
They fell in love with each other, so soon they got married.
6．Let the Ss have a competition： You may say： Now we are going to do some true or false questions according to the following listening materials. 1f you know the answer, just stand up without putting up your hands.
1) The story happened in London, in the year of 1785. (F. in Paris, in 1775.)
2) Monsieur Defarge was the owner of a wine shop, who had been a master to Dr. Manette. (F. A servant to Dr. Manette.)
3) Lucie heard the news that her father was alive and was living in Paris. (T.)
4) Lucie's mother died when Lucie was a lady. (F. She was a baby.)
5) Dr. Manette had been kept a prisoner in the Bastille, London's most important prison, for many years. (F. Paris'.)
6) Dr. Manette had been mentally disturbed by his long years alone in prison and his hair had turned white. (T.)癫痫病能治愈吗
7) Dr. Manette had been put in prison for a very important reason. (F. For no good reason.)
8) After the return of Dr. Manette to England, Lucie married Sydney Carton. (F. Charles Darnay.)
9) Charles was the nephew of the cruel Marquis St. Evemonde. And he had left France because he hated the cruel deeds of the French nobles and the way they treated the peasants. (T.)
10) Charles left France, preferring to succeed the fortune that would one day come to him, and went to live in England. (F. Give up.)
Let Ss make up a dialogue according to the following situation：
One day, Dr. Manette met one of his old friends in the street. Dr. Manette told his friend what had happened during these years.
Finish off the workbook exercises.
Rewrite this story with 100----120 words.
1．Go over the three-skilled and four-skilled words： servant/ Let in/ mad/ brave/ cruel/ have a test/ deed/ in public and so on.
2．Go over the grammar： the - ing form as attributes and adverbials.
3．Practise writing a letter.
Teaching aids： a computer, a recorder, etc.
A．Words and expressions
1．Galary： Play the game with the partner, only the words in Unit 22.
For example： S1： There're five letters.
S2： Is it a noun?
S1： No, S2……
If the man is hanged, S1 will win.
2．Complete the phrases or sentences, using the words in the following form. (Ex. Ⅰ in AB)
1)Many young people want to become a civil ________(公务员).
2) Don’t be so ________ to animals.
3) Everyone is ________ to succeed.
4) He was a ________ of war for many years.
5)I didn't believe what the ________ teller (算命者) said.
6)He put his oars (桨) in the water to ________ the smooth surface of the lake.
7) She is nervous waiting for the ________ of news.
8) Dr Manette suffered from ________ illness.
9) Chairman Mao is a ________ leader.
Possible answers： 1) servant 2) cruel 3) eager 4) prisoner 5) fortune
6) disturb 7) arrival 8) mental 9) noble
3．Using the following phrases to fill in the passage (Ex. Ⅱ in AB).
Let in; in public; sentence to death; do a good deed; in peace; fall in love with; suffer from
Romeo fell in love with Juliet at the first glance, but the石家庄治癫痫病正规的医院ir families were enemies. Juliet's parents didn't let Romeo in their house, and forced her daughter to leave Romeo. So they couldn't stay together in public. A friar (修道士) did a good deed to marry Romeo and Juliet secretly.
By accident, Romeo killed Tybalt, a member of Juliet's family. The court sentenced Romeo to death. Romeo managed to escape. When Romeo returned, he found his wife, dead in peace, but in fact, Juliet didn't die. It was just a plan of the friar. Romeo suffered much from the death of Juliet. He killed himself and lay down by her side. When Juliet woke up from her death like sleep, seeing Romeo lying by her, dead, she knew what he had done and killed herself.
B．Sentences and patterns
Card One： the news which surprises us Card Two： the boy who is sleeping
Card Three： the year that follows Card Four： the country which is
Card Five： the boat that is floating Card Six： the surprising news
Card Seven： the sleeping boy Card Eight： the following year
Card Nine： the developing country Card Ten： the floating boat
Possible answers： One-Six / Two-Seven / Three-Eight / Four-Nine / Five-Ten
2．Chain drill： Two students say two sentences written in the cards and let another student join the two sentences together by using the v-ing form.
A： The man is our maths teacher.
B．He is sitting by the window.
C．The man sitting by the window is our maths teacher.
A： The students stood up.
B： When they saw the teacher entering the room.
C： Seeing the teacher entering the room, the students stood up.
A： He decides to have a bath.
B： He was wetted all over by the rain.
C： Being wetted all over by the rain, he decided to have a bath.
A： The children went away.
B： They were laughing.
C： The children went away laughing.
C．Paragraphs and passage
1．Read the passage and do the following exercises： (Ex. Ⅲ in AB)
Prison of the Abbaye,
21 June, 1792
Monsieur the Marquis
My house and yours were burnt to the ground. The villagers brought me to Paris and I was thrown into this prison. My crime, they tell me, is ‘Treason against the people’, and without your generous help, I will lose my head for it. I have tried to tell them that I have worked on your instructions for the people, and not against them. I have told them that it was you who instructed me to collect no rent or tax昆明有关癫痫的最新治疗方法es from the villagers during these last years. But they tell me my crime is to have worked for an emigrant aristocrat. Monseigneur, please hear my cry for help! Please, save me from this house of horror!
Your faithful servant,
After reading the letter, what should Darnay think and what would he decide to do?
Having read the letter, Darney said to himself “Gabelle, the poor man. I really felt sorry for him. I must go back to Paris to save him, but my wife and my daughter, it is impossible for me to see them again. But I should answer for the trouble. Tomorrow I'll set off for Paris.”
2．Write on the cards according to the situations. (Ex Ⅳ in AB)
A．Christmas Day is coming. Xiaojun wants to send a Christmas card to Charlie.
B．Bill wants to send a birthday card to his brother and also tell him that everyone in the family misses him.
Write a letter to your pen friend, who has written to you for some advice about visiting Beijing. Give him/her some advice. You can use the following sentences.
A： The climate in Beijing is dry; spring is shorter with lots of wind.
B．Autumn is the best season in Beijing.
C．I suggest you come to Beijing in autumn.
D．Winter is longer and cold.
E： It snows occasionally.
F： You'd better not come to Beijing in spring or winter.
I'm very pleased to learn from your letter that you are getting on well with your studies and that you will come to Beijing. Now I'll answer the question in your letter and give you some advice about your visiting Beijing.
The climate in Beijing is very dry. Spring is shorter with Lots of wind. You'd better not come to Beijing in spring. In summer it's terribly hot. It often rains in July and August. Autumn is the best season in Beijing. The weather begins to get cool at the beginning of September. People like to go for outings in September, October and November. I suggest you come to Beijing in Autumn. Winter is longer and cold with strong wind. It snows occasionally. I hope my advice will be helpful to you.
I'm looking forward to seeing you in Beijing.
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