1. Work in pairs. Look at the words in the box and answer the questions. adventure behavior cave freedom funeral hero nineteenth century outsider pretty social theme treasure
1 What did Betty suggest, at the end of the conversation in Unit 1? 2 What book did Mr. Jackson choose? She suggested that Mr Jackson should write about a great book for the school magazine. He chose The Adventures of Tom Sawyer by Mark Twain.
3 What do you think happens in the book? 4 What do you think are the main ideas of the book?
Read the passage again and complete the table with the information about The Adventures of Tom Sawyer.
The Adventure of Tom Sawyer Writer Place Story Favourite scene Character Mark Twain St Petersburg, Missouri, America The adventures of a boy and his friends The funeral scene Tom Sawyer, Huck Finn, Joe, Aunt Polly, Injun Joe, Becky
The Adventure of Tom Sawyer Theme Reason for its greatness Social life in a small American town; Children growing up and becoming more serious; freedom and social rules It was written about 130 years ago and its still read and loved by people.
The Adventure of Tom Sawyer Your Favourite book Writer Place Story Favourite scene Character Theme Reason for its greatness
1 What kind of boy is Tom? 2 Why do you think Tom wants to go to his own funeral? He is lively and clever, but is always getting into trouble through his adventures Maybe he wants to see what people really think about him. 4. Answer the questions.
3 Why do you think people still read The Adventures of Tom Sawyer? 4 Which of the scenes in the article do you like best? Because it is an exciting book, easy to read, and its themes are still true for us.
Would you like to read The Adventures of Tom Sawyer? Why /Why not? Work in pairs. Talk about your favorite book.
My favourite great book is Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone by J.K. Rowling. It's a story about a young boy... 7. Write a passage about your favourite great book. Use the passage in Activity 2 and your notes in Activity 6 to help you.
4. The themes of the story are to do with children growing up and becoming more serious. 故事的主题和孩子们的成长以及变得 更加成熟稳重有关。 be/have to do with sb./sth. “ 和某人 / 某事，有关 ” 如 : My question has to do with yesterday’s homework. 我的问题和昨天的作业有关。
My favourite book is The Adventure of Tom Sawyer ________ Mark Twain.Tom lives ______his aunt Polly in the quiet streets of St Peterbury, Missouri. He’s a_________and ________young boy, and he finds _________ in many exciting____________. He ________ away with his two friends, Huck Finn and Joe, to an __________ in the ___________ of the Mississippi River for________ days. With Huck he goes ______________ treasure, with Becky he _____________ in the cave, and finally, they find a_______ of gold My favourite _________ in the book is when everyone thinks Tom is ________. He decideds to __________ his ________ fureral. He hides and watches _____________, and then suddenly he ___________. Everyone is_____________to see him but they’re also___________ by lively with clever himself gets lost looking for several middleisland runs adventures dead scene box for a time own go to appears pleased surprised
To see him__________. Tom is the ________ of the story, but there are other important _____________. Huck is an__________ and everyone is __________ of him. Becky is pretty _________ fair hair, Joe is Tom’s best friend. The _________ of the story are __________ with children ____________ and becoming more___________. It describes how ________ Are seen in small towns if America. Finally, it ____________ freedom, social__________ and how people are___________ for bad________ alive with rules strangers to do themes serious talks about punished behaviour hero outsider afraid characters growing up
Why do I think Tom Sawyer is a great book? Mark Twain ________ the story in 1876, but it’s still _________ and ________ by people all _________the world today. And although it’s only a story, Twain wrote it______ everyday __________ of the southern__________ of America in the 19th____________, so it sounds very_________. Today it’s ____________ ____ be one of the __________ books in America literature. Go_______- read it! read loved over states English century real thought greatest on wrote in
Module 2 Unit 2 重点 1 逃跑 2 成长，长大成人 3 暂时，一度 4 在。结束时 5 好行为 6 坏行为 7 美国文学 8 谈论自由 9 寻找宝藏 11 日常英语 10 在洞穴里迷路 11 惊奇地做某事 大家都惊奇地看到他活着。 run away at the end of grow up everyday English be surprised to do sth get lost in the cave for a time talk about freedom American literature good behaviour bad behaviour look for treasure Everyone is sruprised to see him alive.
对某事感到惊奇 12 高兴地做某事 大家都高兴地看到他还活着。 13 害怕某人、某事 大家都怕他，但我不怕。 14 与。有关 这个故事的主题与孩子们的成长以及变得更加成熟 有关。 Everyone is afraid of him but I am not. Everyone is pleased to see him alive. be pleased \ glad to do sth be surprised at sth The themes of the story are to do with children growing up and becoming more serious. be\ have to do with=have sth to do with be afraid of sb\ sth
15. 与。. 无关 他与那个事故没有关系。 16 人们要为自己的坏行为受到惩罚。 17 它仍然被全世界人阅读和喜爱着。 18 它听起来很真实。 19 他决定去参加自己的葬礼。 He isn’t to do with the accident. be not to do with =have nothing to do with People are punished for bad behaviour. It’s still read and loved by people all over the world. It sounds very real. He decided to go to his own funeral.
19. 。。。被认为是 它被视为是今天美国文学中最著名的作品之一。 他被认为是欧洲最大的富翁之一。 汤姆是一个活泼聪明的男孩。 be thought to be… It’s thought to be one of the greatest books in American literature. He is thought to be one of the richest men in Europe. Tom is a lively and clever boy.
被动语态 am/is/are ＋ p.p. （过去分词） eg : 1.Shakespeare’s plays are seen by millions of people every year. 2. Confucius’ works are still read by many people today. 3. Mark Twain isn’t known as a great thinker. 4. Parents are respected by Chinese people. 5. Many trees are planted along the two banks of the river.
Quiz 1.English _________ (speak) by many people. 2.Tea _________ (grow) in Southeast China. 3.Many trees ____________ (plant) in North China. 4.The brush __________ (make) of bamboo and animal’s hair. 5.Confucius _________ (know) as a great thinker in China. is spoken is grown are planted is made is known
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