《Great People and Great Inventions of Ancient China》ppt15（6份）
Module 5 Great People and Great Inventions of Ancient China Section Ⅰ Introduction & Reading
1．Everyone should enjoy ____________ (平等) in employment, whatever family bacnds they are from.
2．In some ways, a healthy mind is even more ________________________________________________________
(重要的) than a healthy body.
3．The organization ____________ (建立) by the famous actress has helped countless children who lost their parents.
4．Many old people still have the ____________(信念) that boys are better than girls.
5．It is debatable whether an official can use his ________________________________________________________
(职位) for his personal interest.
6．Ways must be found to avoid the effect of _________________________________________________________
(压力), bad diets and overworr health.
7．She ________________ (辞职) from the directorship and left the firm.
8．He ______________ (命令) us to leave at once, but nobody followed it.
9．I can't than enough for your ____________ (善良)．
10．The general ____________ (原则) is that education should be available to all children up to the age of 16.
Kong Zi, also called Confucius (551—479 B. C．), and Socrates (469—399 B. C．) lived only a hundred years apart. During their lifetimes there was no contact between China and Greece, but it is interesting to look at how the world that each of these great philosophers came from shaped their ideas, and how these ideas in turn, shaped their societies.
Neither philosopher lived in times of peace, though there were more wars in Greece than in China. The Chinese states were very large and feudal, while the Greek city-states were small and urban. The urban environment in which Socrates lived allowed him to be more radical (激进的) than Confucius. Unlicius, Socrates was not asked by rulers how to govern effectively. Thus, Socrates was able to be more idealistic, focusing on issues like freedom, and knowledge for its own sake. Confucius, on the other hand, advised those in government service, and many of his students went on to government service.
Confucius suggested the Golden Rule as a principle for the conduct of life. “Do not do to others what you would not want others to do to you.” He assumed that all men were equal at birth, though some had more potential (潜能) than others, and that it was knowledge that set men apart. Socrates focused on the individual, and thought that the greatest purpose of man was to seek wisdom. He believed that some had more potential to develop their reason than others did. Licius, he believed that the superior class should rule the inferior (下层的) classes.
For Socrates, the family was of no importance, and the community of little Module 5 Great People and Great Inventions of Ancient China Section Ⅱ Grammar
1．Ancient China was a place ________ states were often at war with each other.
2．October 1,1949 was the day ________ the People's Republic of China was founded.
3．I don't know the reason ________ she loonhappy today.
4．The man ________ is shaking hands with my father is a policeman.
5．This is the scientist ________ name is known all over the country.
6．Guilin is a city ________ has a history of 2 000 years.
7．That is all ________ I want to say.
8．We jumped with joy at the news, ________ was natural.
9．I hope to get such a dictionary ________ he is using.
10．He gave his mother a colour TV set for her birthday, ________ pleased her a lot.
11．This is the teacher from ________ we've learnt a lot.
1．The book that I borrowed it from the library is well written.
2．The house stood at the place which the roads meet.
3．Did you see the young man whom was chosen as the League secretary?
4．We shall visit the university where my father teaches there.
5．The man for who I had done everything deserted me.
6．I have known the reason which she is so worried.
7．This is the girl who practise playing the piano every day.
8．This is the 100th letter which she has received from that boy.
9．The first thing which was done today was cleaning my house.
odule 5 Great People and Great Inventions of Ancient China Section Ⅲ Integrating Skills & Cultural Corner
1．The boy's ________ (诚实) is what makes him different from the other children.
2．They have made great ________ (贡献) to the success of the important meeting.
3．Many people are worried about the ________ (公正) of the case, in which the girl was sentenced to 4 years in prison.
4．The people living in the country hope that they can have a better political ________(自由)．
5．We found the working ________ (条件) here much improved.
6．The issue has caused heated political ________(争论)．
7．Edison became an ________ (发明家) when he was twenty-two years old.
8．The two books are not in the same ________ (目录)．
1．I'm sure Barbara is equal ________ the task.
2．At present, some countries are still ________ war with others.
3．Our teacher has repeatedly ________ (stress) the importance of handwriting.
4．You should put the books on the bookself ________ order.
5．The famous basketball player Lin Shuhao was brought ________ in the U. S.
6．At sixteen, I resigned myself ________ the fact that I'd never be a dancer.
7．He was seated there ________ (read) a novel.
8．The reason ________ I didn't attend the party was that I was too busy.
9．We accept the item ________ principle.
10．Nearly everyone is shy ________ some ways.
Every evening Sylvie left her grandmother's house at 5：30 to bring their cow home. The old animal spent her days out in the open country eating sweet grass. When the cow heard Sylvie's voice calling her, she would hide among the bushes, unwilling to go home.
This evening it had taken Sylvie longer than usual to find her cow. The child hurried the cow through the dark forest, following a narrow path that led to her grandmother's home.
“Hello, little girl，” a young man called out cheerfully. “I've been hunting for birds, but I've lost my way.” The young man explained he was a scientist, who searched for birds. “Do you put them in a cage？” Sylvie asked. “No，” he answered, “I shoot them and deal with them with special chemicals to preserve them.”
“I saw a white heron (苍鹭) not far from here two days ago. It's a very rare bird. Have you seen it, too？” he asked Sylvie. Sylvie's heart began