Unit 1 College Life
Unit 2 Belonging to the Net
Unit 3 Man's Special Friends
Unit 4 Success Retail Stories
Unit 5 Facing Terrorism
Unit 6 Confidence Can Help
Unit 7 Afraid of Bird Flu?
Unit 8 Your Animal Signs and Personality
Books open. Present the conversation line by line and students repeat.
Students work in pairs and read the dialogue.
Students work in pairs and do the retelling.
Go round the class listening to students' retelling and pick out any really good onesto be presented for the class.
Let students have a look at the expressions given in S3.
Encourage students to air their views on how to keep fit.
If there is time, get selected students to give a presentation to the class.
isten and read the conversation.
Doctor: How are you getting along these days, Tom? I haven't seen you for quite a few
Tom: It's good not to visit you often, Doctor. But today I want to ask you for someadvice.
Doctor: What kind of information do you need at the moment?
Tom. I'm not in good shape, you see. What should I do, Doctor?
Doctor: First, exercise regularly. Second, have nutritious foods. Third, form good habitsof living. Fourth, try to be happy all the time.
Tom: I see, but what should I do when I'm really angry at someone or something?
Doctor. Just think good deeds he's done for you. Look at the bright side of the thing.
Tom. Why don't you prescribe some medicine for me?
Doctor. Laughter is the best medicine, you know.
Tom. Ha ha ha ...
etell the main idea of the conversation by answering the questions given below.
1. Why did Tom go to see the doctor?
2. What information did he want to get from the doctor?
3. What are the four pieces of advice that the doctor gave him?
4. According to the doctor, what should Tom do if he's really angry at someone orsomething?
5. What did Tom realize at last?