[ID:4-6526522] 人教高中英语选修6 Unit 5 The power of nature Reading《An-Exciting-Job ...
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(共53张PPT) Unit 5 The power of nature Have you ever thought about how powerful nature is? Have you ever considered how weak humans are compared with a volcano , hurricane or earthquake? Nature’s power… brainstorm earthquake flood tsunami tornado (龙卷风) Typhoon/hurricane snow slide drought natural disaster mountain fire volcano Have you ever seen a volcano? Boiling rock erupts from the crater (火山口); the lava(熔岩) flows slowly down the mountain. volcano-eruption Collect and evaluate information about volcanoes. Volcanologist = volcano + log(y) + ist Listen and get the main idea of the passage An Exciting Job Part 1(Para 1-2) Part 2(Para 3-4) Part 3(Para 5) B:The writer’s job and its importance A:The writer’s experience of watching the volcanic eruption C: The reasons for the writer’s enthusiasm about his job. find out the main ideas of each part. 1.Where is the Mount Kilauea? A. It is in New York B. It is in Germany C. It is in the UK D. It is in Hawaii 2.The writer worked as a volcanologist in Hawaii__________. A. 5 years ago B. 10 years ago C. 15 years ago D. 20 years ago 3.The writer’s job is _______ A. collecting information for a database B. travelling around the world C. helping the victims as a doctor D. taking photos for a newspaper 4.When boiling rock erupts from a volcano, it causes less damage than you imagine because______ A. the temperature is not very high B. no one lives near the top of he Mount Kilauea C. people know how to escape the rocks D. the buildings near the volcanoes are very firm. 5.The eruption mentioned in the passage took place________ A. in the morning B. in the afternoon C. in the evening D. at noon 6.How many scientist are driven up the mountain the next day? A. 2 B. 3 C. 4 D. 5 7.“All 3 of us looked liked spacemen” is because ________ A. they were in the space B. they wore protective suits C. they were in the space shuttle D. they were near the crater 8.The passage suggests that_____ A. The writer is worried about his job. B. The writer is anxious about his job C. The writer is interested in his work. D. The writer is tired of his work. 10.According to the writer, the most important thing of his job is ________ A. it is never boring B. he can travel a lot C. he can appreciate spectacular views D. he can help protect people from the volcano Before reading, glance through Exercise 1 on Page 35. Why does the writer say that he has the greatest job in the world? 2. Why is a volcanologist’s job important? 3. Where is Mount Kilauea? Why does the writer say that he has the greatest job in the world? 2. Why is a volcanologist’s job important? Volcanologists study volcanoes so that they can warn people when the volcano is going to erupt and save many lives. 3. Where is Mount Kilauea? In Hawaii. 4. Why is the lava that flows on Mount Kilauea more dangerous than the actual eruption? 5. What caused the writer’s bedroom to become as bright as day even though it was night? 6. Why did the scientists have to get close to the volcano after it began erupting? 7. Why was it difficult for the writer to walk towards the edge of the crater? 4. Why is the lava that flows on Mount Kilauea more dangerous than the actual eruption? No one lives near the crater. The lava flows down the mountain and can cover up or burn villages in its path. The lava flows down the mountain and can cover up or burn villages in its path. The rocks that erupt from the volcano don’t damage anything because no one lives near the crater. 5. What caused the writer’s bedroom to become bright as day even though it was night? the red-hot rocks gas that erupted from the volcano The light was caused by the red-hot rocks and gas that erupted from the volcano. What made the author realize that an eruption occurred? My bed began shaking A strange sound My bed room became as bright as day Red hot lava was fountaining hundreds of metres into the air An absolutely fantastic sight 6. Why did the scientists have to get close to the volcano after it began erupting? samples of the lava study the samples The scientists needed to get Samples of the lava so they could study them. 7. Why was it difficult for the writer to walk towards the edge of the crater? white protective suits special glove helmet special boots The author was wearing special clothing that made it difficult to walk. What does the writer find impressive about volcanoes even after studying them for many years? The writer finds their beauty and their potential to cause great damage very impressive. I have the ________ job in the world. I am never _____ with it. Although it is occasionally dangerous, I don’t mind because danger ______ me and makes me feel ____. I think my job is the most __________ because I can help _______ people from danger of volcanoes. I am a ___________ working for HVO. Our work has ______ many lives but unfortunately we can not save their _______. greatest bored excites alive important protect volcanologist saved houses I have ___________ a volcano eruption in Hawaii. I was ____ asleep when my bed began _______ and I heard a _______ sound, like a _____ passing nearby. Then I found my bedroom was as ______ as day, and red lava was ___________ hundreds of meters into the air. The next day, three of us wanted to get close to the ______. We put on _________ suits, ________, big _______ experienced fast shaking strange train bright fountaining crater protective helmets boots and special ______, which made us look like __________. We slowly _____________ to the edge of the crater to collect some _____ for __________. After studying volcanoes for many years, I am just as ___________ about my job as before. Why? Because of their ________ and their _________ to cause great damage. gloves spacemen made our way lava later study enthusiastic beauty potential
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