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牛津译林版高中英语选修六Unit 4《Helping people around the world》(Task2)课件

  • 课件名称:牛津译林版高中英语选修六Unit 4《Helping people around the world》(Task2)课件
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    牛津译林版高中英语选修六unit 4《Helping people around the world》(Task2)课件
    Review: What do you think are the basic elements of a formal proposal? Possible example Title: Helping the hill tribe children in northern Thailand Group members: (Students’ owe names) Introduction: We have been researching the problems faced by the children in northern Thailand. There are many villages in northern Thailand where children do not have books . Their classrooms have no roofs. Many girls cannot go to school. Our group would like to help them. Proposal: We would like to help the children by: donating the money collected from the students and teachers in our school; donating English books collected from the students in our school; donating clothes collected from the students in our school; writing a letter to them to tell them that we want to do What we can to help them. Benefits: Helping the hill tribe children in northern Thailand to go to school and live a better life. Helping us recognize that there are many people in the world that need help. We would be pleased if you would approve our proposal. If you require any further information, please contact us. Our contact details are: (Students’ school address) Language Points face 1) v. [I usually adverb or preposition; T] to turn or be turned towards something physically; to be opposite: 面对,面向 The terrace faces towards the sea/faces south. Their houses face each other across the street. 2) [T] If you face a problem, or a problem faces you, you have to deal with it: 面临问题,(问题等)逼近 This is one of the many problems faced by working mothers. Passengers could face long delays. You''re faced with a very difficult choice there. 3) [T] to accept that something unpleasant is true and start to deal with the situation: 正视(问题) I think Phil has to face the fact that she no longer loves him. We have to face facts here - we simply don''t have enough money. He''s dying but he refuses to face the truth. face up to sth. phrasal verb to accept that a difficult situation exists: She''s going to have to face up to the fact that he''s not going to marry her. face-to-face adv. , adj. [before noun] directly, meeting someone in the same place: We''ve spoken on the phone but never face-to-face. She came face-to-face with the gunman as he strode into the playground. to sb.''s face If you say something unpleasant to someone''s face, you say it to them directly, when you are with them: If you''ve got something to say, say it to my face. in the face of sth. despite having to deal with a difficult situation or problem: She left home in the face of strong opposition from her parents. break down 1) If a machine or vehicle breaks down, it stops working. 机器出故障,汽车抛锚 Our car broke down and we had to push it off the road. 2) If a system, relationship or discussion breaks down, it fails because there is a problem or disagreement. 计划等失败 3) to be unable to control your feelings and
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