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   Words and Expressions

  revolution n.革命
      found  vt.建立,创立
    republic n.共和国
   light bulb n.电灯泡
    opinion  n.意见,看法,主张
in my opinion 在我看来
 Words and Expressions

personally adv.就自己而言
   racism  n.种族主义
    equal  adj.平等的
  struggle n.斗争,拼搏
   protest n.抗议
   march   vi.&n.行军
History Maker   make history
to do something important which has 
not been done before and which will be 
recorded publicly and remembered for 
a long time:
Margaret Thatcher made history when 
she became the first British woman 
Prime Minister.

Sun Yat-sen
Mother Teresa
Thomas Edison
Martin Luther King
                     Reading
   First read these sentences then match 
   these descriptions with the photos.
    1. fought for the rights of black
        people in the USA.
2. led the 1911 revolution and  
    founded the first republic of  China.
                  Reading
3. invented the light  bulb, the 
    moving picture camera and 
    many other things.
4. worked to help poor people
    in India.
How much do you know about 
them?
             He is a history maker.
             He led the 1911 
             revolution and founded 
             the first Republic of 
             China. And we call the 
             city “the city of 
             Zhongshan in honor of 
             him.
 He invented the 
light bulb, the 
moving picture 
camera and many 
other things.
He is a great inventor.
He invented lots of 
things and changed the 
world a lot.
His discoveries changed   
and improved our life.
             She worked to help 
             poor people in India
             She is one of the most 
             successful women in 
             the world.
She won the Noble Peace Prize in 1979, 
said:“ I touch the poor as touch the 
Jesus”.
He is a black man. He was born in 
1929.        He fought for the rights 
             of black people in the
             USA.
             He devoted his life to the 
             equality of the black.
              He won the prize of 
              Nobel Peace.
Are they history makers? 
Why?Yes, their actions did much to 
advance the society. They made 
things so important that it will be 
recorded in the history book. They set 
examples to us.  heroes
How to express agree and 
disagree?
Listen to learn
 Let’s speak
First, please listen to the tape, fill in 
the blanks with the key words .
Key words
agree, think, you’re right, don’t 
agree, in my opinion, personally
Well, I (1) ______Motherthink  Teresa is 
important, because she spent her 
whole life working with poor and 
sick people.
I’m sorry, but I (2) __________.don’t agree  
(3) In____________, my opinion  Dr Sun Yat-sen
 is very important . 
He led the 1911 revolution and 
founded the first Republic of China.
Yes, (4)___________,you’re right  but I think 
Tomas Edison is important, too. He 
created so many machines and 
inventions that we still use today.
I (5) agree_____with you, but (6) personally________ , 
I think Martin Luther King is also 
quite important , because he fought 
against racism and his actions 
changed American society.
You are going to listen to a radio 
programme about Martin Luther King. 
Make sure you understand the Key 
Words.
experience 经验    victory 胜利
racism   种族主义    protest 抗议
equal   平等的      march   游行
influence 影响     struggle 斗争
 Listening Strategies
1. Before listening ,make sure you 
    understand the task.
  So now please have a try, predict
  the answers of sentences T or F.
2. If possible, try to guess the 
    answer.
3.When you listen the first time, don’t   
   panic! You will not understand  
   everything-just try to get the 
   general idea.
 Listen to the radio programme. 
 Use the Listening Strategies to 
 help you.
T 1. Martin Luther King was 
     from the United States.
F 2. Martin’s first experience of racism 
   was with a bus driver.
T 3. His first victory was to win the 
   equal rights for blacks to sit on 
   buses.
F 4. He went to prison sixteen times for 
   organising protests.
T 5. He organised a march to   
      Washington in 1963.
T 6. He made a famous speech 
      there beginning with the 
      words : “I have a dream…”
F 7. He received the Nobel Peace 
      Prize in 1965.
T 8. A white man killed him in 1968.
Pronunciation : Stress
Listen to the sentences and underline 
the stressed words.
1. He was born in Atlanta in 1929.
2. Martin liked Gandhi’s ideas 
    about peaceful protest.
3. He organised  a march to 
    Washington.
4. A white man killed him.
    Speaking

Work in pairs. Read the paragraphs 
below and take turns to choose a 
hero. Ask and answer
 the following questions.
1. What did/does your hero fight for?

2. Who did/does your hero help?

3. Where did/ does your hero  work?
Homework

 What can you learn from the 
 heroes introduced in this unit?
 Write down your views and 

 explain them to your partner. 
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