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Book I

Unit 5


Time Allotment
Section One       Oral Report & Language structures & Dialogues (100 minutes)
Section Two       Oral Report, Readings (100 minutes)
Section Three      Oral Report, Exercises & Main tasks revisited (100 minutes)
Main Tasks:
I.  Grammar

1. If you were taking a short course in computer science, you’d be learning computer programming fast.
2. Lu wouldn’t sing English songs unless she had learned them properly.
3. Supposing the price were lowered, then Sue would certainly buy the fur coat.
4. Bob didn’t work hard. Otherwise he wouldn’t have been sacked.
5. If it hadn’t been for the sports meeting, I would have come to the video show.
II. Communicative skills
1. Making an assumption about something being done under a condition contrary to the present fact
2. Making an assumption about a future happening under a condition contrary to the past fact
3. Making an assumption about a future happening under a condition contrary to the present fact
4. Making an assumption about a past happening under a condition contrary to the past fact
III. Useful words and expressions
IV. Cues

Detailed Teaching points and Suggested Teaching Procedures
Section One     Language Structures & Dialogues
I. Grammar review

1. Making an assumption about something being done under a condition contrary to the present fact
2. Making an assumption about a future happening under a condition contrary to the past fact
3. Making an assumption about a future happening under a condition contrary to the present fact
4. Making an assumption about a past happening under a condition contrary to the past fact
II. Dialogues
Have the students listen to the recording of the dialogue once or twice and ask them questions on specific details.
Go through the dialogue and explain some language points:
1. Drum Tower: 鼓楼
2. How could they have had the heart to pull it down ...: How could they have been so hard-hearted as to pull it down ...
3. precincts: (pl.) the space that surrounds an important building
4. is drowned: is ruined/destroyed
5. It makes me sick: It makes me feel angry
6. What an experience!: This is an exclamation expressing one’s displeasure about something.
7. the local relics administration: 当地文物管理单位  
the Administrative Bureau of Cultural Relics: 文物管理局
8. the management: the people in charge of the place
9. cultural heritage: works of art or cultural achievements that have been passed on from early generations; national heritage 文化遗产
Cultural heritage mainly refers to physical/tangible heritage which includes buildings, historic places, monuments, artifacts and landscapes (natural heritage). But in a broad sense, cultural heritage includes intangible heritage, i.e., social values, traditions and customs, aesthetic and spiritual beliefs, language and other aspects of human activity.
10. the saying “Ignorance is sin”: While people are ruining those priceless treasures, perhaps they don’t know that they are actually committing an inexcusable crime.
11. antique-conscious: aware of the value of antiques. Conscious is a word that may combine with another word to form a compound word.
12. the new law imposes well-defined restrictions on the export ...:
1) Well-defined restrictions are regulations which are stated
     very clearly and in great detail.
2) Impose on means “force the acceptance of something
     which is usually difficult”.
13. ... have endowed our country with: have provided our country with
14. It is up to us all to see that they are well preserved.:
1) Be up to means “be the duty or responsibility to”.
2) To see that here means “to make sure that”, “to take care
    that”.
In- class Activity Two
1. Ask the students to read Dialogue 1 aloud in pairs with feeling and expression.
2. Ask the students to listen to Dialogue 2 and then retell it.
Homework:
1. Work in pairs to practice the situation in each dialogue.
2. Have the students form their own dialogues by using the phrases from Dialogues1&2.
3. Do the corresponding exercises in WB.
Section Two      Readings
Text-related information:
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
   The Metropolitan Museum of Art (colloquially The Met) is an art museum in New York City. Its permanent collection contains more than two million works, divided among nineteen curatorial departments. The main building, located on the eastern edge of Central Park along Manhattan’s Museum Mile, is by area one of the world’s largest art galleries.
Useful words and expressions:
1. field trips: visits made by students and usually a teacher for purposes of first-hand observation.
2. Mona Lisa, painted by Leonardo da Vinci: Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519), one of the world’s greatest geniuses, was a Florentine painter, sculptor, architect, engineer, and scientist. Mona Lisa is a famous portrait painted by Leonardo da Vinci, and is kept in the Louvre, Paris.
3. an all-time high: the highest ever known. Here high is used as a noun meaning “a lofty level, position or degree (high or highest level or number)”.
Homework:
1. Guided writing in SB.
2. Exercises in WB.
3. Interaction activities: Work in groups to discuss various ways of traveling.
Section Three   Exercises
Check the exercises and explain the difficult points in them.