《Meeting your ancestors》ppt33（课件+试题+教学案，打包17套）
Unit 5 Meeting your ancestors Section Ⅰ Warming Up &；Reading-Pre-reading
It has long been known the ancient Egyptian rulers, or pharaohs (法老), were buried with great ceremony and lavish (大量的) treasures that were to be used in the other world.
Unfortunately, until 1922 no remains of any of the pharaohs or their treasures had ever been found. In that year, however, an archaeologist named Howard Carter and his sponsor, Lord Carnavon, were at last successful. They found the tomb of tankhamen, who was buried 3,200 years ago. t's tomb was the first fully preserved burial site to be uncovered in Egypt's Valley of the Kings. The two men found the tomb to contain wonderful treasures. Gold figures and magnificent furniture decorated with gold were found in the myriad (许多) of secret rooms and tunnels within the pyramid.
The only disappointment for Howard Carter came when he found that t's body was nothing but dust. Apparently a mistake had been made when the king's remains were mummified (使成木乃伊). Carter did, however, find 143 pieces of jewelry within the mummy case, mostly made of gold and precious stones.
Actually, despite all the publicity about the remarkable finds in his tomb, Tutankhamen's reign (统治时期) as pharaoh was short and relatively uneventful (太平的). He died when he was just 18 years old.
Section_Ⅰ Warming Up & Reading — Prereading
A VISIT TO THE OUDIAN CAVES
Agroupofstudents (S) fromEnglandhascometotheoudiancavesforavisit. Anarchaeologist① (A) isshowingthemround②.
A：Welcome to the oudian caves here in China. It is a great pleasure to meet you students from England, who are interested in archaeology③. You must be aware that④ it's here that we found evidence⑤ of some of the earliest people who lived in this part of the world. We've been excavating⑥ here for many years and ...
②show sb. round 带领某人参观
④be/become aware that ...意识到；认识到
S1：I'm sorry to interrupt⑦ you but how could they live here? There are only rocks and trees.
A：Good question. You are an acute⑧ observer. We have found human and animal bones in those caves higher up the hill as well as⑨ tools and other objects. So we think it is reasonable to assume⑩ they lived in these caves, regardless of⑪ the cold⑫.
S2：How did they keep warm? They couldn't have mats⑬， blankets or quilts⑭ like we do. It must have been⑮ very uncomfortable.
A：We've discovered fireplaces in the centre of the caves where they made fires⑯. That would have kept them warm⑰， cooked the food and scared wild beasts⑱ away⑲ as well⑳. We have been excavating layers of ash almost six metres thick, which suggests that they might have kept the fire burning all winter. We haven't found any doors but we think they might have hung animal skins at the cave mouth to t○21 the cold during the freezing winter○22.
⑨as well as “也；又”，连接并列成分。
⑪regardless of 不管；不顾；不理会
⑫在it is reasonable to assume ...中，it是形式主语，真正的主语是to assume ...
⑮must have done意为“一定……，肯定……”，表示对过去情况的肯定推测。
⑯make fires 生火
⑰keep them warm是“keep＋宾语＋adj.(宾补)”结构。
○21t 阻挡 ○22freezing winter 寒冷的冬天
Unit 5 Meeting your ancestors Section Ⅱ Warming Up &；Reading-Language Points
5.ripenvt. &vi. 使……成熟；成熟
2.accuracyn．精确；准确→accurate adj.精确的；准确的→accurately adv.精确地；准确地
4.sharpenvi.&vt.(使)锋利； 尖锐；清晰→sharpenern．磨具；削具→sharp adj.锋利的；尖锐的；清晰的
6.analysisn．分析→analyses(复数)→analyze vt. 分析
7. assumevt.假定；设想→assuming prep.假设→assumption n．设想；假定；担任
8. starvationn．挨饿；饿死→starve vi.挨饿；饿死 1.alternative n．可能的选择adj.供选择的；其他的
[同义] choice, option, possibility, selection, substitute, replacement
[词块] ①alternative energy 替代性能源
②face with two alternatives 面临两种选择
6.come_to_a_conclusion 得出结论 2.for a visit 参观
3.find evidence of 找到了……的证据
4.in the center of 以……为中心
5.the sharpened stone tools 磨尖的石器
6.fill in the chart 填写表格
高考提能练 Unit 5 仿真检测灵活拆组卷
第一部分 听力 (满分30分，限时20分钟)
1．Where does the man live now?
A．Atlanta. B．Chicago. C．New York.
2．What is available now?
A．A onebedroom apartment.
B．A twobedroom apartment.
C．A threebedroom apartment.
3．How did the woman get there?
A．In her car. B．By bus. C．In Linda's car.
4．How much does the man usually pay for telephone services?
A．20 dollars a month.
B．30 dollars a month.
C．50 dollars a month.
5．What are the two speakers talking about?
A．TV programs. B．An old movie. C．A fashion show.
6．What time did the man have breakfast today?
A．At 7：00 am. B．At 8：00 am. C．At 9：00 am.
7．What will the woman do?
A．Have breakfast earlier.
B．Start having breakfast.
C．Break all her bad habits.
8．What's wrong with the dress?
A．It couldn't be easily washed.
B．It lost colour after being washed.
C．It was torn in the washing machine.
9．Where does the conversation most probably take place?
A．At a store. B．At home. C．At a dry cleaner.
10．Why didn't the man go to Mary's birthday party?
A．Because he hadn't planned to.
B．Because he suddenly became ill.
C．Because he had to do something else.
11．What has the man bought for his mother?
A．A sweater. B．A coat. C．A dress.
12．How does the man react after hearing the woman's suggestion?
A．He decides to follow it.
B．He shows no interest.
C．He is very surprised.
13．What do we know about the woman?
A．She is returning to Australia.
B．She is going to enjoy a long holiday.
C．She has been in the US for three years.
14．What was the woman mainly doing in the US?
A．Studying. B．Working. C．Travelling.
15．What day is it probably today?
A．Wednesday. B．Thursday. C．Friday.
16．When will the two speakers have dinner together?
C．The day after tomorrow.
17．Who is older than the speaker's father?
A．John. B．Keith. C．Arthur.
18．What relation is Alison to the speaker?
A．His sister. B．His wife. C．His niece.
19．Where does Kate live?
A．In America. B．In India. C．In England.
20．How many cousins does the speaker have?