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Discussion:
?1. If you were famous, would you try to hide from the public? Why\ Why not?
?2. What problems or advantages do very famous or very rich people have?

学 校 环 境 卫 生 工作计 划一:
一、指导思想
20年 新 的 学 期 开 始了 ,在倡 导“推 动均衡 化教育 ,推动 学生的 全面发 展”的 前 提 下 , 坚 持以“ 三个代 表”为 中心, 求真务 实,认 真开展 学校的 各项工 作。学 校 的 卫 生 工 作,仍 然以贯 彻执行 “学校 卫生工 作条例 ”为前 提,结 合学校 的具体 情 况,抓 好学生 素质教 育及养 成教育 ,抓好 学校卫 生管理 工作, 抓好学 生常见 病、 传 染 病 、 流 行性疾 病的预 防,保 证师生 的身体 健康, 配合完 成学校 的各项 教学任
Who?Where?What? 务。 二 、 卫 生 工 作 的具体 开展:
预 防 工 作 是 学 校卫生 工作的 重中之 重。
1、 对 全 体 学 生 进行 视力的 检查, 做好统 计分析 工作, 并开展 一次防 近视宣 传。
2、 对学校 健康教 育开展 情况进 行自查 ,对全 校学生 进行期 终健康 教育测 试。
3、 对 本 学 期 学 校卫 生工作 进行总 结及其 他各种 表格、 资料的 汇总、 积累整 理。
4、 做 好 师 生 晨 检工 作及有 关资料 的收集 和整理 工作。
充 分 利 用 广 播 、宣传 栏、校 报等宣 传方式 教育学 生,引 导学生 ,要让 学生了 解 更 多 的 卫 生常识 ,懂得 怎样去 预防疾 病,学 会自我 保。平 时做好 详细记 录,了
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Under the limelight/spotlight在聚光灯下 Out of the limelight/spotlight舞台之外
in disguise/disguise himself with glasses

Lesson 74 Out of the Limelight
Characters: Gloria Gleam Brinksley Meers Rockwall Slinger Merlin Greeves Sheriff司法长官
What are they? actors & actresses Where are they? by a dry river

limelight
长期以来他 在音乐界一 直引人注目 He has long held the limelight in the musical world.

precaution
pre是个前缀,意思是“在前,前面”,相 当于“before” prefix前缀/preface序文,前言 /precondition先决条件/prehistory史前 /preview预习/predecessor前任/祖先/ predict预言/预知/ preschool/pre-alarm
caution n. 警告,小心
?with caution.小心地
?cautious adj.谨慎的,小心的

precaution n. 预防,防范,警惕
safety precautions against fire
take precautions ?You’d better take special
precautions . ?They didn’t take any safety
precautions before setting out.

fan
?n. 迷(粉丝); ?an electric fan/a ceiling fan电扇、吊扇

shade
?Let’s sit in the shade and keep cool in case of sunstroke.

sheriff
? n.州长,郡长 ? (美国) 司法长官

notice
v. ?1. Sorry, I didn’t notice you. ?2. I noticed (that) he left early. ?3. I noticed him winking at his
brother. ?put up a notice张贴告示、通知 ?Take (no) notice of(没)注意到

sneer n. / v. 冷笑,嘲笑
sneer at ?我嘲讽他的努力 I sneer at his effort/endeavor. ?他看着我带着冷笑 He looked at me with a sneer.

laugh, smile, grin, chuckle, sneer
?1. laugh 哈哈大笑 We laughed to tears at the funny picture.
? 2. smile 微笑
? 4. chuckle 咯咯的笑 ? 5. sneer 冷笑 ? 3. grin咧着嘴笑 He grinned from ear to ear.

New words

?limelight ?precaution ?fan ?shady ?sheriff ?notice ?sneer ?disguise

?n. 舞台灯光 n. 预防措施 n. 狂热者,迷
? adj. 遮荫的 n. 司法长官 n. 告示 n. 冷笑
?v.n.伪装,掩饰,假扮

Listening
?What were they trying to do?
?Why was their disguise “too perfect”?
As they soon discovered, disguises can sometimes be too perfect for them to be recognized.

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? P330 A+a ? Qiangdiaoju ? There he was picked up by a policeman. ? Recite L73

1. Where did the bus stop? Reading
2. Who got off?
3. How were they dressed?
4. Why were they dressed like this?
5. Did they like this place for picnic? How do you know? Why?
6. When did the sheriff appear?
7. Did Rockwall expect the sheriff to recognize him?
8. What did the sheriff mean by the last two sentences? Why did he say so?

9. Which is the topic sentence? Why is it put here by the writer?
As they soon discovered, disguises can sometimes be too perfect.
It is put here to connect the beginning scene with the following story.
It also discloses(揭露,泄露) the(承上启下)
ending of the story—they were not recognized by others when they wished to.

Join the sentences:
?1. An ancient bus stopped by a dry river bed. ?2.A party of famous actors and actresses descended (got off). ?3.They were dressed in dark glasses and old clothes. After…..,…….,who…..

?1. They had taken special precautions.
?2. No one could recognize them.
so as not to …/in order not to…/so that…

Direct speech---Indirect speech
?‘This is a wonderful place for a Picnic,’ said Gloria Gleam.
?‘It couldn’t be better, Gloria,’ Brinksley Meers agreed. ’No newspaper men, no film fans! Why don’t we come more often?’
?GG said that…. ?BM agreed that…..best…. and
advised that...should…as….

?Meanwhile, two other actors, Bockwall slinger and Merlin Greeves had carried two large food baskets to a shady spot under some trees.
?When they had all made themselves comfortable, a stranger appeared.
?He looked angry.
BS and MG had….and had just sat down….when/Just then…..who……

Direct speech---Indirect speech
?‘Now you get out of here, all of you!’ he shouted.
?He ordered …
?‘Do you see that notice? It says “No Camping”---in case you can’t read!’
?He asked us if/whether…..which says….unless/Maybe….
?He ordered rudely that they should leave as camping was not allowed there.

Direct speech---Indirect speech
?‘Look, sheriff,’ said Rockwall, ’don’t be too hard on us. I’m Rockwall Slinger and this is Merlin Greeves.
?Rockwall asked the sheriff not to ……b…e…t…o…o …st…r…ic…t…w…it…h…t…he…m…………….and admitted that they were…..
?‘Oh, is it?’ said the sheriff with a sneer.
?However, the sheriff didn’t ……
?Even though they told him who they were, the sheriff would not believe them. Their disguises were too perfect!

About某某说
?, said he. ?, he said. ?, he agreed. ?,he shouted. ?, said the man with a sneer/smile/in a
mournful voice/excitedly…. ?, he asked/cried/continued/smiled
/answered….

What might happen next?
?They took off their disguises and tried to prove themselves to be the famous actors.
?They had no choice but to pack up and drive away.
?They admitted their fault and apologized.
?They argued for rights to camp there.
?They fought against the sheriff for their camping rights and were shot dead.

Retell / act it out
?1. bus - river bed - party of - got off ?2. dressed in – precautions - recognize ?3. discovered – sometimes - too perfect ?4. Gloria Gleam - wonderful place - picnic ?5. Brinkley Meers - no newspaper men - fans ?6. other actors – food - shady spot ?7. comfortable – stranger - angry ?8. sheriff - notice -No Camping ?9. Rockwall told - who they were ?10. didn’t believe – ordered - get out

Text:
1、Out of the limelight
? She has been in the limelight since she became an actress.
? Although he is a government official, he tries to keep out of the limelight.

2、An ancient bus stopped by a dry river bed and a party of famous actors and actresses got off.
?river bed指河床,名词river作形容词用, 类似的还有flower bed(花坛)
? party作量词用时表示“一行,一伙,一 群”等, a party of tourists/robbers/thieves

3. Dressed in dark glasses and old clothes, they had taken special precautions so that no one should recognize them.
? Dressed in dark glasses and old clothes 是主句的伴随状语;they had taken special precautions 是主干
?so that no one should recognize them 是 目的状语从句
=so that they would not be recognized by movie fans
=so as to avoid being recognized ?should 正式用法,推测未来时,语气较强

4. It couldn’t be better.
?It would not be possible to find a better place.
?This is the best place.
?否定+比较级=最高级 It couldn’t have been worse.

5. Why don't we come more often? =Why not come more often?
Why not? 是口语中常用的表达方式, 是why don’t you do 的省略形式, 通常提建议时使用。
“Why +don’t/doesn’t +主语 +动词?” (advice)
?Why don’t you have a rest? Why not + do sth.?

6. Meanwhile, two other actors, Rockwall Slinger and Merlin Greeves, had carried two large food baskets to a shady spot under some trees.
?spot 名胜,观光点,地点:
There are a lot of spots to visit in the old city.
?on the spot 当场,立刻
The thief was caught on the spot.

7. When they had all made themselves comfortable, a stranger appeared.
?We must keep the room clean. ?The noise will drive me mad. ?The boy set his bird free. ?Let’s get everything ready in time. ?The chairman declared the meeting
open. Verb + obj + adj (补语)

8. Now you get out of here, all of you!' he shouted. See Special difficulties
?get out of here 从这里走开,滚出 去
Why don’t you get the dog out?
Now you get out of here fast! ?get into 进来
I’ve lost my key. I can’t get into the house.
?get…off 脱下,除去/取下

?get on ① 前进,进展(与get along同义)
He is getting on quite well in his new job. ② 继续干;相处融洽(常与with连用)
After a short break, he got on with his homework.
He’s so difficult. I can’t get on with him. 他这个人这么别扭,我无法和他相处。

?get off没受重伤/罚而逃脱(与with连用) Tom was punished, but Jim go off lightly. I can hardly believe that the thief got off
with just a warning.
?get over ① 恢复过来,痊愈 Has your mother got over her illness? ② 解决/结束(某件不愉快但必要做的事)
(常与with连用) They wanted to get the job over as quickly
as possible.

?get though ① 通过(考试、测验等)Have you got
through your driving test last week? ② 吃掉,喝完,用光 Have you got through your driving test last
week? Fancy Helen getting through all the food!
? Exercise on P348

9. 'I'm sheriff here. Do you see that notice? It says "No Camping" -- in case you can't read!’
?I'm sheriff here. (sheriff 是一种官 衔,官衔前面不加冠词)
?He is president. 总统(官衔) ?Who is monitor? 谁是班长(官衔) ?I am a teacher. teacher 不是官衔,
加不定冠词

?in case +从句 假使;万一……的话,免得,以防万一;也许,
说不定 (常用于引导条件或目的状语从句,当句
子表示将来的时间时,in case后面必须 用现在时态或should/might) ?in case you can't read 除非你们不识 字。 ?in case of + n. 假使,万一……的话,免 得,以防万一
?Take your umbrella in case of rain.
?Take your umbrella in case it rains.

用于公共标语的no
?公共标语通常字数很少,语言精练。 在表示“禁止……”时往往用no+名词 /动名词或名词短语,如:
?No Camping(禁止野营),No Smoking,No Parking,No Left Turn (禁止左转弯)。往往全部用大写字 母,不加标点,如NO SMOKING

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