高中Unit 1 Friendship教案及反思展开
T：This perid is aim t train the students’ skill f extensive reading. T keep the pace f mdern sciety，we have t be qualified in this way. We shuld have the ability t get mre infrmatin in limited time，thus having a wide range f knwledge and renew ur knwledge all the time s as t be able t adapt urselves t the changing time. At the same time，we will learn abut friendship in different areas. While dealing with this task，we are ging t finish anther listening task in wrkbk exercise.
paradise，live in peace，with understanding
Train the students’ ability t read fast.
T knw “unity is strength”.Have a gd knwledge f freign culture.
T cultivate the students’ skill f extensive reading.
Hw t imprve the students’ ability t read fast.
a recrd，a blackbard，a prject cnnected t a cmputer
T：In the previus perids，we talked much abut friends and true friendship. First I’d like t check the answers n Page 41 and 42.Lk at using wrds and expressins. Nw I have a questin fr yu t answer. If yu have a chance t pay a visit t America，what places are yu fnd f visiting？
S1：I like traveling t Disney Land，which is full f interesting things.
S2：I want t have a lk at Yellw Stne Park.
S3：I like the city f Hawaii，in which I can enjy many wnderful things.
T：Yes，it is a beautiful city and peple there are friendly t.（shw sme pictures n the screen） D yu want t knw Hawaiians’ attitude twards friendship？
T：Let’s read a passage abut it. Befre reading it，g thrugh the first exercise n Page 45.What alha，kkua，lei，lkahi and hana mean？Are yu clear？
T：Begin please.（after sme time） Have yu finished yur reading？
T：What des Alha mean？
S1：Alha means “t be with happiness”.
T：Quite right.What abut thers？If yu can，stand up and speak ut yur answer？
S2：Lkahi means “neness with all peple”.
S3：Kkua means help.
S4：Ohana means family.
S5：Lei means “t put ver a friend’s neck”.
T：Yu are all right.This time read the passage again t get detailed infrmatin.Read the questins in exercise 2.After reading it，try t find answers t them.
Yu may begin.
Suggested answers：1.It is alha.
The secnd way f shwing friendship is lkahi.
Their third way f shwing friendship is kkua.
Because they think that the land is fr everyne wh lived n it.
Each persn gives help t ther peple.
When prblems happen，peple are asked t slve them with understanding.
Yes，I can.Peple in ur city are ready t give help t visitrs，such as，shwing the way，dealing with them with understanding.
T：T get the main idea f a passage，what d we have t d？
S1：Find ut the main wrds.
S2：Pay attentin t the first r the last sentence in a paragraph.
T：When we are reading such a passage，keep it in mind that grasping the key wrds is the mst imprtant.D yu think there is a generatin between yu and yur parents？
S1：Yes，we ften hld different views abut the same thing.
S2：My parents ften misunderstand what I think and what I d.
T：Next we are ging t listen t a stry between Anne and her father.What happened between them？Let’s listen t it.
T：What are their different ideas？
T：D yu think Anne shuld fllw her father’s ideas？
S1：I agree with her father. In my view，parents have mre experiences than we，s they can slve a prblem in a better way.
S2：I dn’t agree with her father. Anne and this by are lnely. They need t share feelings.
T：Thank yu fr yur wnderful ideas. Nw imagine Anne needs yur advice. Think f the things she might say t her father t persuade him.
S1：The by has the same feeling as I. We have a lt in cmmn.
S2：Talking t him makes me happy.
S3：We can learn frm each ther. He is a clever by.
T：，when yu have a prblem with yur parents，please calm dwn. Have a peace talk with them instead f quarreling with each ther. In this perid，nte the phrases：live in peace，with understanding.
Step 4 Hmewrk
Surf the Internet t get mre infrmatin.
Unit 1 Friendship
The Fifth Perid
Phrases wnderful ideas
1.live in peace...
Design a pster abut Hawaii t see which is the best ne. Whse pster will attract visitrs mst. The aim is t develp students’ imaginatin and encurage them t be willing t make things.
Friends play an imprtant part in ur lives，and althugh we may take the fact f friendship fr granted，we ften dn’t clearly understand hw we make friends. While we get n well with a number f peple，we are usually friends with nly a very few—fr example；the average amng students is abut 6 per persn.
Mrever，a great many relatinships cme under the general term “friendship”.In all cases，tw peple like ne anther and enjy being tgether，but beynd that，the degree f clseness between them and the reasns fr them in each ther vary greatly.
At the beginning，much depends n hw peple meet，and n gd first impressins. As we get t knw peple，we cnsider things like age，race，lks，ecnmic and scial status，and intelligence. Althugh these factrs are nt f the greatest imprtance，it is mre difficult t have a gd relatinship with peple when there is a big difference in age and backgrund.
We pay attentin t actual behavir，facial expressin，and the way a persn speaks. Friends will stand clser tgether and will spend mre time lking at each ther than rdinary acquaintances. Smiles and sft vices als express friendliness，and it is because they may give the wrng signals that shy peple ften have difficulty in making friends. A friendly lk with the wrng facial expressin can turn int an unfriendly stare，and nervusness may be wrngly understd as unfriendliness. Peple wh d nt lk ne in the eye are nt trusted when，in fact，they simply d nt have cnfidence.
Sme relatinships are a result f argument and discussin，but it is usual fr clse friends t have the same ideas and beliefs，the same pinins and interests—they ften talk abut “being n the same wavelength”.The mre clsely invlved peple becme，the mre they depend n t make allwances fr each ther，t put up with annying habits，and t accept differences in pinin. Imagine ging n a lng trip with smene yu ccasinally meet fr a drink!
In cntrast with marriage，there are n friendship ceremnies t strengthen the relatinship between tw peple. But the mutual supprt and understanding that results frm shared experiences and emtins des seem t create a clse and lasting relatinship，which can vercme differences in backgrund，and break dwn barriers f age，class r race.
Select the mst apprpriate answer fr each f the fllwing questins.
1.Accrding t the passage，a friend is ____________.
A. smebdy we usually take fr granted
B. a persn with whm we ften g ut with
C. smene with whm we ccasinally g fr a lng trip
D. nt just anybdy we get n well with
2.Which f the fllwing factrs des the authr believe is very imprtant in develping friendship？
A. Age and backgrund.B. Ecnmic and scial psitin.
C. Race and lks.D. Same interests and behavir.
3.The passage tells us that smetimes a face with the wrng expressin culd be mistaken as a sign f____________.
A. nervusnessB. cnfidence
C. unfriendlinessD. distrust
4.By saying that “Sme relatinships are a result f argument and discussin” （Line 1，Para.5），the authr means that____________.
A. bad relatinships are a result f argument and discussin
B. cnnectins with peple can be develped thrugh discussin and argument
C. argument and discussin can lead t imprving persnal relatinships
D. arguing and discussing things will smetimes result in friendship
5.When peple talk abut “being n the same wavelength”，they mean that____________.
A. they watch the same TV prgrams
B. they are the same in all respects
C. they listen t the same radi prgrams
D. they understand and agree with each ther
6.Accrding t the passage，a persn “ne ccasinally meets fr a drink” is____________. A. nt a clse friendB. smene ne desn’t ften see
C. nt a friendD. a persn ne dislikes
7. We learn frm the passage that____________.
A. friendship can vercme differences in experiences
B. there are n special ceremnies t strengthen friendship
C. putting up with differences in pinin can lead t friendship
D. friendship can be strengthened by smiles and sft vices
（答案：D A C D D A B）
（Reading Time：8 minutes）
A high schl histry teacher nce tld us，“If yu make ne clse friend in schl，yu will be mst frtunate. A true friend is smene wh stays with yu fr life.” Experience teachers that he was right. Gd friendships are just nt easily frmed. Why？
One reasn is that it is easy t mve arund in ur sciety. Mr. Darrell Siffrd，a news reprter fr the Washingtn Daily，has been studying and talking abut friendship fr a number f years. He reprts what ne wman thught abut the effect f ease f mvement n friendship：
“I was nine，and we’d just mved frm Suth Carlina t New Jersey，and I didn’t knw anybdy. My mther had a way f getting t the rt f things and she said t me，Amelia，I knw yu’re feeling bad because yu dn’t have any friends. But yu can fix that. Just walk acrss the street—I knw there’s a girl abut yur age ver there—and knck n the dr and ask her t be yur friends.”
She added that ging abut it directly always wrked when she was a child. But as she left childhd，she fund that the simple direct apprach was mre and mre difficult fr her t fllw. S，as an adult，Amelia lnged t have friends but her hands were tied when it came t ding anything abut it. The prblem，accrding t her，is that sciety teachers us in a number f ways that direct actin is nt an acceptable way f ding things. We need t be less direct s that ur feelings will nt be hurt if ur ffer f friendship is refused.
Mr. Siffrd ges n t describe his wn ideas n the subject：
“T mst f us，friendship is very imprtant，but we need t have clear in ur wn minds the kinds f friendships we want. Are they t be very clse r kept at arm’s length？D we want t share urselves r d we want walk n the surface？”
“Fr sme peple，an rdinary friendship is enugh—and that’s all right. But at sme pint we need t make sure that what we expect frm the friendship is the same as what ur friends expect frm it. If ne wants mre frm the friendship than the ther，and if this is nt talked abut，ne is likely eventually t feel that he’s nt being given enugh attentin.”
“The sharing f clse friend secrets，including ur fears as well as ur dark dreams，is the surest way t deepen friendships. But the prcess must be gne thrugh slwly and cntinued nly if there are signs f interest and ur effrts are answered.”
What are sme f the prblems in frming friendships？Accrding t Mr. Siffrd，the biggest prblem is t expect t much t sn. Deep relatinships take time. Anther “big difficulty” is t think ne “pssesses” the ther and that he shuld spend all his time nly with yu. Similarly，friendships require actin f develping friendship. Unless yu spend enugh time tgether，talking n the phne，writing letters，ding things tgether，friendships will gradually fade away.
Why is it s difficult t frm friendships？Perhaps it is pssible，as Mr. Siffrd states，that we simply d nt stay in ne place lng enugh fr a true friendship t develp. Hwever，we all agree that each f us shuld think carefully abut the kind f friendships we want. As in all inter-persnal relatinships，success depends n the kind f friendship we expect t have，penness t thers，and a willingness t experiment.
Select the mst apprpriate answer fr each f the fllwing questins.
1. It is nt easy t frm a friendship because____________.
A. ease f mvement prevents the develpment f friendship
B. friends seldm stay with yu fr life
C. ur sciety has gne thrugh t many changes
D. all friendships shuld be clse friendships[
2.By saying that “My mther had a way f getting t the rt f things”，the authr means that____________.
A. her mther culd always find friends fr her
B. her mther had a way f making friends with peple
C. her mther was able t find the cause f things
D. her mther was able t slve difficult prblems
3.Accrding t the passage，the direct apprach usually des nt wrk with____________.
A. childrenB. schlmatesC. girls like AmeliaD. adults
4.When frming friendships，ne shuld____________.
A. nt be afraid f being refused
B. avid trying t cntrl a friend’s life
C. nt take t much f a friend’s time
D. nt be t impatient
5. The main pint we learn frm the passage is ____________.
A. willingness t experiment is the key t clse friendships
B. penness t thers is imprtant in inter-persnal relatinship
C. direct ffers f friendship are nt easily accepted
D. gd friendships are nt easily frmed
（答案：A C D B D）
（Reading Time：5 minutes）