高三英语七选五阅读理解课件_图文

Reading Comprehension Strategies
--高三英语七选五阅读策略初探

I. Complete the following story!
Transforming Obstacles(障碍) into Benefits

A group of frogs was traveling through the woods when two of them fell into a deep pit (深坑). Immediately, all the other frogs in the group gathered around the pit and watched as the two frogs tried to jump out. The frogs on top could see __________________________________________ ? that the pit was very deep. So they started yelling at the two frogs in the pit to give up. "The pit is too deep. You're as good as dead," the frogs said.

…When the trapped frogs kept trying, the crowd yelled louder, "Give up. Give up. You're as good as dead." After a while, One of the exhausted ? frogs gave up, fell and died __________________________________________. But amazingly, the second frog kept jumping despite the negative remarks of those that kept yelling at her to accept the misfortune and just die. She tried so hard that she ___________________________________________. ? finally made it out of the pit This amazing result occurred because the second frog was deaf and unable to hear what the others had been saying…

… She thought _______________________________ the other frogs were ? cheering her on the entire time they were yelling! What she had mistakenly regarded as encouragement inspired her to try harder and succeed in surviving. And that made all the difference!

context
Tip 1: context

LOGIC

II. Test yourself!
We spend so much time waiting to be loved, hoping love will find us, and looking for that special love. 1 To be loved, you should love and respect yourself as much as you do others.In order to love someone, you should love yourself. ● Stop comparing yourself to others.Everyone on the earth is unique.We all have different gifts.When you compare yourself to others for what they have, whether it is a car, a house, or a job, it makes you feel bad about yourself.Really be grateful about everything you have. 2 ● Practice receiving love.To truly love is to be able to receive it.When someone loves you, does some kind deeds to you, or says kind words, accept it.Allow yourself to feel the love that has come your way.Know that you are worthy of love. 3 You give yourself a chance to learn more about yourself that you are lovable.You give someone a joy of giving by loving you. ● 4 Write about your experiences, good and bad.When you write down good experiences, allow yourself to feel those feelings.When you remember bad experiences, allow yourself to feel self-compassion.Compassion is not self-pity, but rather willingness to accept one's own pain and regret. ● Stop trying to be perfect. 5 Always do your best, but not reaching perfection is NOT failure.Just follow all the steps above and don't let anyone's expectations of you put any pressure on you. A. Keep a diary. B. Be thankful when you are loved. C. Do not feel guilty about it. D. Gratitude keeps your heart open to love. E. Unfortunately, that's not usually how life works. F. Stop blaming yourself for being less than perfect. G. It is important to accept a gift of love by others.

We spend so much time waiting to be loved, hoping love will find us, and looking for that special love. 1 E To be loved, you should love and respect yourself as much as you do others.In order to love someone, you should love yourself. A. Keep a diary. B. Be thankful when you are loved. C. Do not feel guilty about it. D. Gratitude keeps your heart open to love. E. Unfortunately, that's not usually how life works. F. Stop blaming yourself for being less than perfect. G. It is important to accept a gift of love by others.

● Stop comparing yourself to others.Everyone on the earth is unique.We all have different gifts.When you compare yourself to others for what they have, whether it is a car, a house, or a job, it makes you feel bad about yourself.Really be grateful about everything you have. 2 D A. Keep a diary. ? B. Be thankful when you are loved. C. Do not feel guilty about it. D. Gratitude keeps your heart open to love. 1. E. Unfortunately, that's not usually how life works. F. Stop blaming yourself for being less than perfect. G. It is important to accept a gift of love by others.

● Practice receiving love.To truly love is to be able to receive it.When someone loves you, does some kind deeds to you, or says kind words, accept it.Allow yourself to feel the love that has come your way.Know that you are worthy of love. 3 G You give yourself a chance to learn more about yourself that you are lovable.You give someone a joy of giving by loving you. A. Keep a diary. ? B. Be thankful when you are loved. C. Do not feel guilty about it. 2. D. Gratitude keeps your heart open to love. 1. E. Unfortunately, that's not usually how life works. F. Stop blaming yourself for being less than perfect. G. It is important to accept a gift of love by others.

● 4 A Write about your experiences, good and bad.When you write down good experiences, allow yourself to feel those feelings.When you remember bad experiences, allow yourself to feel self-compassion.Compassion is not self-pity, but rather willingness to accept one‘s own pain and regret. A. Keep a diary. B. Be thankful when you are loved. C. Do not feel guilty about it. 2. D. Gratitude keeps your heart open to love. 1. E. Unfortunately, that's not usually how life works. F. Stop blaming yourself for being less than perfect. 3. G. It is important to accept a gift of love by others.

● Stop trying to be perfect. 5 F Always do your best, but not reaching perfection is NOT failure.Just follow all the steps above and don‘t let anyone’s expectations of you put any pressure on you. 4. A. Keep a diary. B. Be thankful when you are loved. ? C. Do not feel guilty about it. 2. D. Gratitude keeps your heart open to love. 1. E. Unfortunately, that's not usually how life works. 5. F. Stop blaming yourself for being less than perfect. 3. G. It is important to accept a gift of love by others.

Tip 1: context
Tip 2: location

Tip 3: repetition
Procedures (步骤)
1. Get a rough idea of the passage and its structure.
2. Explore the sentences and words using logic. 3. Locate the answers.

4. Double check the logic and answers.

III. Challenge yourself!
We live in a global village, but this doesn't mean that we all share the same social manners. How should you behave when you meet someone for the first time? An American shakes your hand firmly while looking at you straight in the eye. However, in many parts of Asia, there is no physical contact at all. In Japan, you should bow, and the more respect you want to show, the deeper you should bow. In Thailand, people greet each other by pressing both hands together at the chest. In both countries, eye contact is also avoided as a sign of respect. Many countries have rules about what you should and shouldn’t wear. In Muslim countries, you shouldn't reveal the body, especially women, who should wear long blouses and skirts. In Korea, you should take off your shoes when entering a house and place them neatly together when you come in. Table manners also differ from country to country. In Russia, it's considered polite to rest your wrists on the edge of the table -- not on your lap. Also, keep your fork in your left hand and knife in your right. In France, you are supposed to use two hands to eat. When you eat the bread, tear off a piece of it to eat instead of biting directly into the bread. In most countries, an exchange of business cards is necessary for all introductions. You should include your company name and your position. In China, you may present your card with the writing facing the person you are giving it to. When someone gives a card to you, never fold it, write on it, or just pocket it without looking at it.

We live in a global village, but this doesn't mean that we all share the same social manners. How should you behave when you meet someone for the first time? An American shakes your hand firmly while looking at you straight in the eye. However, in many parts of Asia, there is no physical contact at all. In Japan, you should bow, and the more respect you want to show, the deeper you should bow. In Thailand, people greet each other by pressing both hands together at the chest. In both countries, eye contact is also avoided as a sign of respect.

Many countries have rules about what you should and shouldn’t wear. In Muslim countries, you shouldn't reveal the body, especially women, who should wear long blouses and skirts. In Korea, you should take off your shoes when entering a house and place them neatly together when you come in.

Table manners also differ from country to country. In Russia, it's considered polite to rest your wrists on the edge of the table -- not on your lap. Also, keep your fork in your left hand and knife in your right. In France, you are supposed to use two hands to eat. When you eat the bread, tear off a piece of it to eat instead of biting directly into the bread.

In most countries, an exchange of business cards is necessary for all introductions. You should include your company name and your position. In China, you may present your card with the writing facing the person you are giving it to. When someone gives a card to you, never fold it, write on it, or just pocket it without looking at it.

1. We live in a global village, but this doesn't mean that we all share the same social manners. 2. How should you behave when you meet someone for the first time? 3. An American shakes your hand firmly while looking at you straight in the eye. 4. However, in many parts of Asia, there is no physical contact at all. 5. In Japan, you should bow, and the more respect you want to show, the deeper you should bow. 6. In Thailand, people greet each other by pressing both hands together at the chest. 7. In both countries, eye contact is also avoided as a sign of respect. 8. Many countries have rules about what you should and shouldn’t wear. 9. In Muslim countries, you shouldn't reveal the body, especially women, who should wear long blouses and skirts. 10. In Korea, you should take off your shoes when entering a house and place them neatly together when you come in. 11. Table manners also differ from country to country. 12. In Russia, it's considered polite to rest your wrists on the edge of the table -- not on your lap. 13. Also, keep your fork in your left hand and knife in your right. 14. In France, you are supposed to use two hands to eat. 15. When you eat the bread, tear off a piece of it to eat instead of biting directly into the bread. 16. In most countries, an exchange of business cards is necessary for all introductions. 17. You should include your company name and your position. 18. In China, you may present your card with the writing facing the person you are giving it to. 19. When someone gives a card to you, never fold it, write on it, or just pocket it without looking at it.

Sum up! Tip 1: context Tip 2: location Tip 3: repetition
1. Get a rough idea of the passage and its structure. 2. Explore the sentences and words using logic. 3. Locate the answers. 4. Double check the logic and answers.

LOGIC
Most Importantly! Practice makes perfect! Read More!

VI. Homework

Finish the worksheet using what we learn today.

Wish you success!
Thank you!


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