高中英语 Unit 2 The United Kingdom Listening and writing课件 新人教版必修5_图文
人教课标版 高二 必修 5 Unit 2
Using Language (II)
Listening (page 15)
1. Before you listen to the tape, look at
the royal family trees. In pairs and in
turn ask and answer these questions ? Who was the sister of the Queen Mary? ? Who was Queen Mary’s father? ? Who was King Edward V’s uncle? ? Who were King Edward IV’s sons?
King Henry VIII 1509-1547
Duke of York
Edward V 1483-1483
1. Who was the sister of the Queen Mary? Elizabeth later Queen Elizabeth I. 2. Who was Queen Mary’s father ? King Henry VIII. 3. Who was Edward V’s uncle? Richard III.
4. Who were King Edward IV’s sons?
Edward V and Richard.
2. Look again at the names of these English Kings and queens as you listen to Parts 1 and 2 of the tape.
Tick the ones you hear about.
Ticks for brother King Edward V and
Richard III (sons of King Edward IV);
King Edward Ⅳ ;
Richard (later King Richard III);
Queen Mary; Elizabeth (later Queen Elizabeth I)
3. Listen to Part 1 and then answer the questions. 1. Which king on the list was one of the
princes in the Tower? How do you
know? Prince Edward was one of the princes murdered in the Tower. We know because:
? both were princes ? both were young boys ? their uncle was Richard who later became King Richard III. 2. Who had the two princes killed? King Richard III killed the princes because he wanted to become king.
4. Listen to part 2 and fill in the blanks below ZP: Who _____ to the Tower as a came prisoner? future G: A ______ queen. In the 1500s Queen
______ sent her sister Princess _______ Mary
Elizabeth, to the Tower ______as a prisoner.
ZP: _______! Why did she do that? Strange
G: She _______ Elizabeth was a traitor. thought
through So she sent Elizabeth ________ a
special gate called “_________ Traitors’ happened Gate .” That only _________ to very bad people.
Listening (Page 52)
List to Part 1 and decide which sentences are true and which are false. 1. King James was a Catholic. F
2. King James supported Protestants. T 3. He never allowed the Catholics to practise their religion.
4. The king thought there were few
Catholics at first. T
5. The king was consistent in his
attitude towards the Catholics. F
6. The interview supported the
Listen to Part 2 and answer the questions. 1. Why did King James change his attitude to the Catholics? 2. Why was he afraid of the Catholics? 3. Why didn’t he want England to be a Catholic country?
4. Did King James talk about his
worry to Fawkes and Catesby? 5. Why did the interviewer say that the king had brought about the conflict?
Keys for them:
1. King James changed his attitude to the
Catholics because he was frightened
when he saw how many of them there
2. All the countries that were friendly to England were Protestant and all the countries that were not friendly were Catholic.
3. Then he would lose the friendship of all the Protestant countries. 4. No, he didn’t. 5. The king changed his mind and upset the Catholics. He did not discuss things with them. They felt their only
action was to kill him.
Listen to the whole text and fill in the
King James’ Attitude
to Catholics 1 at first not worried
2 then stopped
1 friendly to Protestant
countries 2 unfriendly to Catholic ones
Speaking on page 15
When you have problems understanding
the guide, use these phrases:
Excuse me… I’m afraid I can’t follow you.
Please, can you speak more slowly?
I beg your pardon?
What did you mean by …?
I didn’t understand …
I’m sorry but could you repeat that?
A: Excuse me. Are you a guide?
B: Yes, I am. Can I help you? A: Can I ask you a question about the Temple of Heaven? B: Of course. What do you want to know? A: What is this Temple for?
B: The Emperor came to pray for good crops and a good harvest for the country. He made offerings to the God and asked him for help. A: Please can you speak more slowly? I’m afraid I can’t follow you.
B: I’m sorry. I’ll speak more slowly. This is the Hall where the Emperor made his sacrifices to the Gods. You may not go in but just look through the door. A: What did you mean by making
B: He killed many animals after making
prayers. He also dressed in special
A: I beg your pardon? Special clothes! I
thought his clothes were always special!
What were they?
B: They were clothes kept just for this
occasion. He changed in a special
yellow room and came out to go to pray
to the Gods.
A: I see. When did this stop?
B: When the Emperors stopped ruling China. A: Thank you. You have been most helpful.
Writing on page 16
文体介绍 旅游景点介绍属于说明文。说明文 写作要特别注意知识的科学性、准确性 和行文的条理性。介绍旅游景点时，要 对旅游地的位置、历史和景点等进行简
第一部分整体介绍旅游地，可以包括基 本地理信息、历史人文特色或旅游的重要性 和必要性等。 第二部分具体介绍地方特色，可以从风 景、人文等方面入手，突出特色，把握重点。 第三部分指导游客衣食住行等方面的信 息，并充分考虑游客的需要。学以致用。
Alternatives words that can be used instead of “ nice” and“ is” smart, clean, excellent, exciting, nice famous, beautiful, grand, great, huge, special, unusual, amazing,
appear, be built, stand, lie, remain,
stay, look, sound, become, keep, grow
Vary the adjectives and verbs to make
the writing more interesting and lively.
The temple was built long ago.
The old temple was built long ago.
The old temple was built two hundred years ago.
The old temple was constructed two
hundred years ago. The temple was burned down early last century. The temple was built in 1980’s.
This great stone castle was constructed five hundred years ago when King Henry Ⅷ was king. He loved his food and you can tell that by visiting his extremely large and well-provided
kitchens. See where he fed six hundred
people at one time. Admire the
beautifully decorated rooms where he
met the kings from other countries.
Examine the care with which he
provided toilets for all his followers.
Walk through his wonderful gardens.
So paying some attention to the use of words can make you writing to be an exciting one. Now write a passage to introduce a scenic site in your city for a local guide book. Make the site to be an attractive one with your words.
概述 历史景观 自然景观 餐饮 十三朝古都，悠久的历史， 国内外游客必游之地 兵马俑、钟鼓楼、大（小） 雁塔、明城墙等 华山、华清池、骊山等 特色小吃，如羊肉泡馍等
名词：schedule, scenery, snack,
transport, sight-seeing, entertainment,
dynasty, Terra-Cotta Warriors (兵马俑), city walls, Bell Tower, Drum Tower, Huaqing Hot Spring (华清池), Big / Small Wild Goose Pagoda (大/小雁塔), shredded pancake in mutton broth (羊肉 泡馍) ...
动词：stand, lie, locate, head for, enjoy,
witness, feature, range, explore, impress,
be lost in, distinguish (显示……的差别),
desire (渴望) ...
形容词：remarkable, domestic (国内的),
convenient, available, precious,
unforgettable, unbelievable, be famous for, bold, steep, famous, attractive ...
Xi’an, the capital of thirteen dynasties, distinguishes itself from other cities in the world. It’s a must-see for domestic and overseas visitors. There are many historical relics in Xi’an, such as Terra-Cotta Warriors, Big Wild Goose Pagoda, Small Wild Goose Pagoda, well-preserved city walls from Ming dynasty, and the Bell Tower and Drum Tower.
In addition, the natural scenery is also attractive to visitors, such as Mount Hua, Huaqing Hot Spring, Lishan, etc. Any visitor to Xi’an cannot refuse the attraction of hundreds of local snacks, of which the “shredded pancake in mutton
broth” stands out. Visitors are offered
hotels of different rates.
The public transport is convenient for
visitors to reach any of their destinations. Visitors will surely find their desired relaxation there.