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  • Text Study Text Study Idea Sharing Idea Sharing Notes to the Text Notes to the Text Words and Expressions Words and Expressions Writing Writing
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  • 3 8 Understanding Understanding Reproduction Reproduction Structure Analysis Structure Analysis Summary Summary
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  • 3 8 Text StudyStructure Analysis I. Structure Analysis Event & Responses +Puzzles & Discussion+ Reiteration The Writing Model of the Text:
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  • 3 8 1. Event & Responses Event the success of cloning an adult mammal Para.1 Response1. President Clinton ordered 2. Leaders in Europe began Paras. 2~3 Text StudyStructure Analysis
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  • 3 8 2. Puzzles & Discussion Puzzle 1 Why would anyone want to clone a human being in the first place? Para.4 DiscussionMost experts considerPara. 5 Puzzle 2 Will it be possible to clone the dead?Para. 6 DiscussionPerhaps, if the body is fresh, says one expert Para.7 Text StudyStructure Analysis
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  • 3 8 Puzzle 3 Would a cloned human be identical to the original? Para. 8 DiscussionMost of the physical differences betweenPara.10 Puzzle 4a What if parents decided to clone a child in order to harvest organs? Para.11 DiscussionMost experts agree thatPara.12 Puzzle 4b What if cloned animals could be used as organ donors? Para.13 Discussion But the human body attacks and Para.13 Text StudyStructure Analysis
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  • 3 8 Puzzle 5 How would a human clone refer to the donor of its DNA? Para.14 DiscussionJudith Martin, in her writingsParas. 15~16 Puzzle 6 What are the other implications of cloning for society? Para.17 DiscussionSpecifically, some experts are concerned about Para.18 Text StudyStructure Analysis
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  • 3 8 3. Reiteration (Para.19) Although the list of questions could go on, people just begin to wonder about the future of the world after cloning. Text StudyStructure Analysis
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  • 3 8 II. Understanding Answer the questions from the text Text StudyUnderstanding
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  • 3 8 Part I. The News (Para. 1) 1. Whats the news? Lan Wilmut and his colleagues successfully cloned a sheep named Dolly.
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  • 3 8 Text StudyUnderstanding Part I. The News (Para. 1) 2. What did the success mean? A world with human clones was suddenly within reach. Related News Related News
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  • 3 8 Text StudyUnderstanding Part II. The Responses (Paras. 2-3) 3. What was the response from governments? They hurried to draft guidelines.
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  • 3 8 Text StudyUnderstanding Part II. The Responses (Paras. 2-3) 4. What was the response from President Clinton? He ordered to study the legal and moral implication of cloning.
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  • 3 8 Text StudyUnderstanding Part III. The Puzzles (Paras. 4-5) 5. What was the response from scientists and others? They had a long list of difficult puzzles about the appearance of Dolly.
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  • 3 8 Text StudyUnderstanding Part III. The Puzzles (Paras. 4-5) 6. Why would anyone want to clone a human being? Parents want to ____________________ ________________________. Adults might want to ________________ _________________. provide transplants for a dying child or to replace him various reasons clone themselves for Related News Related News
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  • 3 8 Text StudyUnderstanding Part III. The Puzzles (Paras. 6-7) Yes, if the body is fresh. 7. Will it be possible to clone the dead? Related News Related News
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  • 3 8 Text StudyUnderstanding Part III. The Puzzles (Paras. 8-10) 8. Would a cloned human be identical to the original? in appearance Yes No in personalities
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  • 3 8 Text StudyUnderstanding (Paras. 8-10) identical genes identical people Why? 8. Would a cloned human be identical to the original?
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  • 3 8 Text StudyUnderstanding Because personality is heavily influenced by life experience and environment. (Paras. 8-10)
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  • 3 8 Text StudyUnderstanding Part III. The Puzzles (Paras. 11-13) 9. What if parents decided to clone a child in order to harvest organs? For the cloned child, itd be ____________________. For cloned animals, itd be _____. psychologically harmful OK
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  • 3 8 Text StudyUnderstanding Part III. The Puzzles (Paras. 14-16) 10. How should a human clone refer to the donor of its DNA? the original Father ? Mother ?
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  • 3 8 Text StudyUnderstanding Part III. The Puzzles (Paras. 17-18) 11. What are the other implications of cloning for society? Whether the cloned are human or not will ___________. cause debate
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  • 3 8 Text StudyUnderstanding Part IV. summary and expectation. (Paras. 19) 12. Is the list of questions finished? No, it is just the beginning
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  • 3 8 Text StudySummary III. Summary With the success of cloning an adult mammal, a world with human clones was suddenly _____ _____. Governments hurried to _____________ for an unknown future. At the same time, cloning has generated a long list of _____________ for scientists, politicians, and philosophers. Six puzzles or questions on the issue of cloning are listed. They are about the _____________ implications of cloning. People are just beginning to wonder about the future of the world after cloning. within draft guidelines difficult puzzles legal and moral reach
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  • 3 8 Text StudyReproduction IV. Reproduction Suppose you were the scientist who cloned the mammal and would persuade the board of a big biotech company to invest your program of human cloning. Explain the necessity and the potential benefit of cloning. Tips 1. Saving lives 2. Huge market
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  • 3 8 A sample beginning Text StudyReproduction Ladies and gentlemen, before revolutionary breakthroughs, some will choose to see the darker side. They hesitate; they retreat and they run away; here, we, leaders of the industry will choose to see the brighter side, welcome the chance and embrace the challenge. Some will choose to see dangers and stop before anything should happen; we here, will choose to see the opportunities and move onward to save lives
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  • 3 8 Focus Study Focus Study Active Expressions Active Expressions
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  • 3 8 I. Active Expressions Notes to the TextActive Expressions In English, you may find some expressions formed by very common words, but they are active and powerful. Whats on at the cinema tonight? Whats he up to? ?e.g.
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  • 3 8 1. It was science fiction coming to life. 2. In the wake of this announcement, governments hurried to draft guidelines 3. Why would anyone want to clone a human being in the first place? 4. In fact, twins are more alike than clones would be, and so forth. Notes to the TextActive Expressions Find out the active expressions:
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  • 3 8 Notes to the TextActive Expressions come to lifebe alive or vivid in the wake ofhappening after an event or as a result of it in the first placeat first; at the beginning and so forthused at the end of a list to show that you would continue in the same way Active Expressions
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  • 3 8 Notes to the TextActive Expressions 1. 2. 3. 4. Translation
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  • 3 8 Notes to the TextActive Expressions 1. When I mentioned our plans for a trip abroad, the kids came to life at once. 2. Airport security was particularly tight in the wake of bomb attacks. 3. In the first place, he never sticks to things long. 4. They sell pens, pencils, paper and so forth. More Practice Key
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  • 3 8 Notes to the TextActive Expressions 1. 2. 3. , 4. More Practice
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  • 3 8 Notes to the TextActive Expressions 1. The town came to life after sunrise.... 2. In the wake of the recent Wenchuan earthquake, Chinese Web sites and newspapers are filled with new reports about strange animal behavior beforehand. 3. In the first place, we should solve this problem. 4. 4.We have to study English history, architecture and so forth.Key
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  • 3 8 Word that scientists succeeded in cloning an adult mammalan achievement long thought impossiblecaught the imagination of everyone. Notes to the TextFocus Study II. Focus Study
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  • 3 8 the principal clause Word caught the imagination of everyone. the attributive clause that scientists succeeded in cloning an adult mammal the appositive of attributive clause an achievement (long thought impossible) Notes to the TextFocus Study Practice
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  • 3 8 Combine the 2 sentences into 1 Notes to the TextFocus Study This is Dr. Wang. Dr. Wang is dean of our college. This is Dr. Wang, dean of our college. More Practice
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  • 3 8 Combine the 2 sentences into 1 Notes to the TextFocus Study Bill is the head of the company. Bill had to explain what had happened Bill the head of the company, had to explain what had happened
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  • 3 8 Combine the 2 sentences into 1 Notes to the TextFocus Study The news disappointed us all greatly

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