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牛津译林版高中英语选修七Unit 4《Public transport》(Reading2)课件

  • 课件名称:牛津译林版高中英语选修七Unit 4《Public transport》(Reading2)课件
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    牛津译林版高中英语选修七unit 4《Public transport》(Reading2)课件
    * Reading 2 unit 4 The first underground in the world 课件描述: 本节课是阅读教学的第二课时,其目的是帮助学生在进一步理解课文信息的基础上,感知、领悟、操练和运用单词及短语。 What information did you get about the London Underground from the text? introduction reasons development unusual functions popularity The brief introduction to the London Underground Welcome to the London Underground, or as it is ________ known, the Tube. usually It has the _________ of being the oldest and most _______ underground system in the world. (L2) 1. The school makes no distinction between male and female students. 2. No one today doubts Yao Ming is a basketball player of distinction. distinction complex Why do we call it the most complex underground system? Many different parts are closely connected. My God, the case is so _________! Can you guess What the detective is saying to himself? complex Why did they build such a complex underground system instead of using trains or other vehicles? The reasons for building the underground system Most trains into London only went to the outer city. If the railway tracks ____ ____ built into the city, they would have caused damage to many historic building. had been So trains only went to the places that are _____ away from the city. far Because building railway tracks into the city would have damaged many old building. Horse-drawn buses, trams, cabs and carriages were used to convey people to and around the city centre. (L5) Would you please find another word to replace “convey”? All this information can be conveyed in a simple diagram. 2. Your luggage will be conveyed to the hotel by taxi. expressed carried Unfortunately, the number of vehicles on the road caused unbelievable traffic ________, and the road became so busy that no one could travel anywhere. (L7) A situation where it is difficult or impossible to move because there are many cars. jams This traffic problem led to the development of the underground system. the development of the underground system The British government gave approval for the construction by the Metropolitan Railway Company. 1854 The construction is officially accepted by the government. However, new trains had to be developed and the plan required raising a large amount of money, so the digging was _________ until 1860. postponed delay, put off So the company _______ ________ until 1860. postponed digging 1863 The initial tunnels were opened. beginning Passengers were transported in carriages without windows, which were pulled through the narrow tunnels by steam engines.. Because of the smoke from the steam engines, early underground lines needed large holes leading to the surface at regular intervals, so that people could get fresh air and would not choke. (L21) She choked to death on a fish bone. “I can’t bear it,” he said in a choked voice. The garden is choked with weeds. 窒息 哽咽 阻塞,充满 the same distance between from each other In 1868, the next section of the undergr
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