英语外研版必修3 Module4《Sandstorms in Asia》Introduction,Reading and Vocabulary课件_图文

Period 1
Module 4 Sandstorms in Asia
Introduction Reading & Vocabulary

Introduction-1. Vocabulary (5m) Use the words in Activity 1, Page 31 to fill the blank.

People arefrightened ________ in the sandstorm. Sometimes the sand can_____the whole bury building.

This is a__________. sandstorm It has______for ten hours lasted and was frightening very____________. The wind is________the blowing sand high around the house.

Introduction-2. Answering (5m) Answer the questions with the help from Activity 2, Page31.

1.Where do sandstorms begin?

Sandstorms begin in desert areas.

2. What causes deserts? Deserts are created by climate changes. And it is also because people cut down trees and dig up grass. 3. How does the sandstorm affect different places? Sandstorms from Asia have blown across the Pacific Ocean to America. 4. What differences between sandstorms in different areas? The inland region has more sandstorms than the one near the sea.

Reading & Vocabulary-1.Pre-reading (5m)

Look at the photo. Answer the questions.
Answers: 1. There is a sandstorm blowing. 2. They’ve wearing hoods, masks and glasses to protect themselves. 3. It moves very slowly. Because it is not clear to see everything on the road and people must take great care. 4. Stay at home.

Reading & Vocabulary -2.Intensive-reading(8m) read the passage , and get the main ideas of each part.

1. Sandstorms have been a major disaster for many Asia countries for a long time.

2. The winds in sandstorm can sometimes be strong
enough to move and dunes; When Ren Jiabao

was in Inner Mongolia he experience a terrible
sandstorm in desert. 3. Sandstorm in China appear to have increased in resent years as a result of “desertification”

3. Cutting down trees and digging up grass

can cause the climate to change make
the land become desert.

4. Traffic moved very slowly as the thick
dust makes it difficult to see.

5. What the government do to prevent the
desert coming near.

Reading & Vocabulary -3.Exercise (5m) Finish

the exercise at Activity 2, Page 33.
Answers: cycle (v) 1. _______ expert 2. _______ process 3. _______ citizen 4. _______ dust 5. _______ survive 6. _______ forecast 7. _______ situation 8. _______

Reading & Vocabulary –4.Exercise (5m) Finish

the exercise at Activity 3, Page 33.
Answers: 1. _____ B 2. _____ B 3. _____ A 4. _____ A

Reading & Vocabulary –5. Exercise (6m) Finish

the the exercise at Activity 4, Page13.


1. prevent you (from) seeing the sun / strong enough to move sand dunes. 2. he experienced a terrible sandstorm. 3. because of desertification. 4. cause deserts and sand-storms to increase. 5. the thick dust makes it difficult to see / the drivers cannot see clearly. 6. prevent the desert coming nearer.


Collect more information on Internet about one of the problems that caused by sandstorm.

Period 2
Module 4 Sandstorms in Asia
Grammar 1 Culture corner

Grammar 1 -1. Observation(3m)
1. I’m glad to meet you. 2. She invited me to attend the meeting. 3. The boy is old enough to go to school. to + 动词原形表示主动

Grammar 1 - 2. Observation (3m)
1. There was nothing to be done. 2. I’d like to be told what’s going on. 3. Nothing is allowed to be taken out of the reading room. to be +动词的过去分词表示被动。 不定式一般式所表示的动作通常与谓语 所表示的动作或状态同时发生,或在它 之后发生。

Grammar 1 - 3. Observation (3m)
1. To be cycling in a sandstorm is frightening. 2. They pretended to be working hard when their boss passed them.
to be + 动词ing; 不定式进行式表示动作正在进行,与谓语动词 表示的动作同时发生。

Grammar 1 -4. Observation (3m)
1. I’m the only person in my family to have been in a sandstorm. 2. He is not likely to have got my letter. to have + 动词的过去分词

Grammar 1 -5. Observation(3m)

1. To have been caught in a sandstorm is a terrible experience. 2. The room was said to have been cleaned.

to + have been + 过去分词; 不定式完成式所表示的动作在谓语动词所 表示的动作之前发生。

Grammar 1 -6.Exercise (5m)
finish the exercise at Activity 2, Page 34.
1. It is dangerous to be traveling during a sandstorm.

2. Experts hope to learn more about the movement of thunderstorms.
3. We were told not to leave the house.

4. The work on the house needs to be completed (the work) by the end of the week.
5. Most houses seem to have been destroyed by the storm.

Grammar 1 -7.Exercise (5m) Finish the exercise at Activity 3, P24.

1. It is frightening to be working in the road in a sandstorm. I hope I reach home soon. 2. Experts hope to learn more about the movement of sandstorms. 3. I’d like to be told about the situation before now. 4. The work needs to be completed by the end of the week. 5. My father was out of the city when the sandstorm came. He was very glad to have missed it. 6. The building has to be finished by the end of the year. 7. To see a real sandstorm was very frightening.

Grammar 1 -8.Correction (5m) Correct the mistakes in these sentences.

1. There are still a lot to have be done about t

2. We should to recycle rubbish , not burn it.
3. We need develop better public transport in



4. The wind is strong enough blow the sand a

the Pacific Ocean.


5. Some counties are trying save the forests

Culture corner-1.Reading(8m) Read the passage ,then answer the following questions.
1. How do countries in Europe try to improve the environment? 2. What does The Green Movement do? 3. What else shall we do to improve the environment?


? Exchange your idea about the grammar we have learnt today. ? Finish the related exercises on WB.

Period 3

Module 4 Sandstorms in Asia
Listening & Vocabulary Grammar 2 Everyday English

Listening & Vocabulary –1. Vocabulary (5m) Look at the pictures , and see what words you will think of?

____________ _____________atmosphere _____________ pollution environment

Listening & Vocabulary–2. Exercise (3m) Finish the exercise at Activity 1, Page 35.

Answers: atmosphere 1. _________ damage 2. _________ chemical 3. _________ environment 4. _________ melt 5. _________ 6. _________ recycle 7. _________ carbon dioxide 8. _________ the Poles 9. _________ garbage 10._________ pollution

Listening & Vocabulary– 3.Numbering (4m) Listen to the tape and finish Activity 2. Then talk about the relationship between them.

Answers: 1.E 2.D 3.C 4.B 5.A

Listening & Vocabulary - 4. Answering (3m) Listen to the tape , then finish the exercise at Activity 3, Page 35.
Answers: 1. The climate 2. New York and Shanghai. 3. Because pollution is stopping the sun’s heat leaving the atmosphere. 4. Carbon dioxide from cars. 5. There is less oxygen and more carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. 6. Optimistic.

Listening & Vocabulary – 5. Extraexercises (15m) Listen to the tape, then fill
David, what do you see as the main problems with the environment ____________? in a nutshell urgent problem D.U: Well, ____________, the most ______ climate of all is the ________. The world’s climate seems to be getting warmer. a lot of evidence Int: We’ve seen ________________ of that, haven’t Hotter warmer we? _______ summers, ________ winters, that kind of thing.

the blank.

Listening & Vocabulary – 5. Extraexercises (15m) Listen to the tape, then fill
D.U: Yes, we have. Also, scientists have found that the

the blank.


melt at the Poles is beginning to ______.

We’ve heard that too. Is that really happening? future, the ice may melt completely ___________. Then it’s possible that the sea could rise and

at sometime D.U: Yes, I’m afraid it is. Ad ______________ in the

coastal cities ____________ _ like New York and Shanghai could

disappear under water.

Listening & Vocabulary – 5. Extra-exercises Listen to the tape, then fill the blank.
frightening John: It sounds very ____________. scary D.U: I couldn’t agree with you more. It’s _______! Int: Can you explain why the climate’s getting warmer? pollution D.U: Well, I’ll do my best! It’s __________ that’s the problem. Gases from cars enter the stop atmosphere ____________ and _____ the sun’s heat from leaving the ________ atmosphere. And factories give out _________ chemicals that do the same thing. So as a result __________, the climate is getting warmer.

Listening & Vocabulary – 5. Extraexercises Listen to the tape, then fill the blank. what I understand John: Int: From ___________________, carbon
dioxide from cars is a major problem. D.U: You’re absolutely right. Carbon dioxide is the gas that does most damage _________ to the atmosphere. But we have a problem with trees too.

Listening & Vocabulary – 5. Extra-exercisesListen to the tape, then fill the blank.
give out take _______ in You see, trees ________ oxygen and use they up dioxide. So they’re very useful because



the carbon dioxide.


cutting I know what you’re going to say. We’re ________

down _______ all the trees.

D.U: Yes, we cut them down because we need the land and because we use the wood for paper and
furniture _________. That leaves more carbon dioxide in the


Listening & Vocabulary – 5. Extra-exercisesListen to the tape, then fill the blank.
situation It’s a terrible _________. D.U: Yes, and another problem isall the garbage


_______________ that we produce. We burn a lot of garbage, and once again, the gases pollute the atmosphere. That situation couldn’t be worse, really.

Listening & Vocabulary – 5. Extra-exercises Listen to the tape, then fill the blank.
recycle We should _________ garbage, not burn it.

D.U: Of course we should.
Int: It’s strange, we know all this, and yet we do
nothing but talk about _________________________

it. I can’t

help but

feel very ______________.


worrying D.U: Yes, well, it is ___________. But governments


beginning to do something about it. I don’t think it’s too late.

Grammar2– 1.Exercises (4m) Finish the exercises at Activity 1, Page 36.

1.A 2.B and C 3.the infinitive without “to”

Grammar 2–2.Observation (3m) Finish the following exercises
1. I was watching an interesting TV program about how to make dinners last night when electricity was out, and I couldn’t ___ to the bed. A. but going B. help but to go C. help going D. choose but go 2. ___ in a heavy rain, Robert fell ill and couldn’t but ___ for a leave. A. Caught, to ask B. Catching, ask C. Catching, to ask D. Caught, ask cannot but + V.(动词原形); do but + V. (动 词原形) cannot help / choose but + V. ( 动词原形)

1. He does nothing but __________(talk). talk 2. The man could do nothing but _________ (wait). wait to wait 3. We have no choice but __________ (wait). 4. They want nothing but _____________ (succeed). to succeed — How did you spend your weekend, Joe? — I didn’t find anything interesting for me ___ some washing instead of my mother. A. but did B. but do C. but doing D. but to do 如果主动词是do的任一形式的话,but 后面就省略to (有DO就没TO)

Grammar 2– 3.Observation(3m) Finish the following exercises

Everyday English – 1.Exercise(5m)

1.B 2.A 3.B 4.A 5.A


? Go to the library or surf the Internet to
find some information about the environmental we are facing today. Then make a presentation tomorrow.

Period 4

Module 4 Sandstorms in Asia
Function Speaking Writing

Function-1.Matching (5m)

I couldn’t agree with you more. I think you’re absolutely right. I disagree with you all.

I am afraid I cannot agree with you.
I don’t think so.

Function - 2. Exercise (4m) Fill the blank with the phrases we learnt just now.
1. A: We need to plant more trees. B: ________________________________________ I couldn’t agree with you more./ I think you’re _______________ absolutely right. 2. It _______________________________________The couldn’t be worse. / It’s absolutely hopeless. traffic in this city just doesn’t move. 3. A: People don’t care enough about the environment. I couldn’t agree with you more. / I think you’re B: _________________________________________ absolutely right. ____________________ 4. ________________________________________I can’t It couldn’t be worse. / It’s absolutely hopeless. see anything. There’s sand everywhere.

Speaking 1 - 1. Description (6m) How do you describe a terrible experience? Some people must put on a mask and cycled to work in the sandstorm, what do they see and how do they feel about the sandstorm. Ren Jiabao: terrible, be caught in, nothing to be done, survive, disappear Beijing citizens : wake up to, strong winds, cover the city in a thick, brown-yellow dust, move slowly Huang Xiaowei: cycling in a sandstorm, frightening, strong winds, difficult to breathe, make me ill, wear a mask

Speaking 1 - 2. Role-play (5m)

?Two reporters:

(1) Ask citizens questions about their experience and feelings. (2) Ask experts about the cause, the danger and the measures.
?Group One: Citizens. Experience and feelings. ?Group Two: Experts. Cause, danger and measures. Note: More interesting questions are welcome.

you know they can pollute the environment?
?Think of ten things we need to do to What solutions will you improve the environment take if you are the and say WHY. Write chairman them down. UseGreen these structures: of the Movement? We need to do sth
We must do sth We should do sth
Way I Way II ...

Speaking 2 – 1. Discussion (5ms) Do

e.g. We need to plant more trees.

Writing -1. Discussion (5m)
If you are to write the article describing one environmental problem, how many parts will you include in it? What will you write in each part?


causes & results

people’s attitude



Writing-2. Peer checking and rewriting (15m) Read

your writing to your partner. Check and rewrite your writing according to the following. Then share it with the whole class.
?Are you clear what happen(4Wand H)
?Do you know the writer’s attitude and emotion? ?Are there any good connecting words or phrases? ?Are there any good phrases or sentences?

?Are there any spelling mistakes?

Home work

Working in group, try to make a postcard that encourages people to protect the environment.

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?Language points for Reading

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1.Sandstorms have been a major disaster for many Asian countries for centuries. major:主要的,重大的 minor: 次要的 majority: 多数,大部分(n.)
minority: 少数民族

I don’t think that is a major problem.
Mary plays a major role in the game.

I majors in English in the University. (vi主修,专攻)

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2. A mass campaign has been started to help solve it. a mass campaign :大规模的运动 campaign: 运动 an anti-smoking campaign an advertising campaign

我们准备开展一场反对污染环境的运动。 We are going to begin a campaign against the pollution of the environment.

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3. To have been caught in a sandstorm was a terrible experience . be caught in sth. :被困在…中 to have been caught in a sandstorm 不定式的完成时作主语 Yesterday they were caught in a heavy rain.

He had been caught in a traffic jam. To have been bitten by a dog was not a delightful experience.

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4. Sandstorms in China appear to have increase in recent years ---. appear to: 似乎,好象(一般不用进行时态)
He appears to be upset today. ? He seems to be upset today.

My parents appeared to get angry easily yesterday. e.g Do let your mother know all the truth. She appears ___ everything. A. to tell B. to be told C. to be telling D. to have been told

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5. Citizens wake up to an orange sky and---. wake up to :意识到,发觉

He didn’t wake up to the importance of study until he joined in the work. 他还没意识到形势的严峻性。 He didn’t wake up to the seriousness of the situation.

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6. Because the thick dust makes it difficult to see. make it + adj + to do sth :使… 这里的it是形式宾语,to do sth. 是真正的宾语。
大雨使我们不能按时赶到那。 The heavy rain made it impossible for us to get there on time. 这本书使我们更加容易明白这个问题。

This book makes it easier for us to understand this question.

Language Date Bank- Practice
1. I hope you don’t mind me asking, ____ where did you buy those shoes?(04 全国) A. so B. and C. yet D. but D

2. Paul had to write a history paper, ____ he couldn’t find time to do.(04 全国) A. but B. so C. because D. if A