仁爱英语课件八年级下八下unit8 topic3 section D
Unit 8 Our Clothes Topic3 Let’s go and watch the fashion show. Section D
(1)Do you like wearing jeans? (2)Are all jeans blue today? (3)What is the most important traditional clothing in Japan? (4)When do Japanese people wear kimonos today?
1. hardly 意为“几乎不”，是表示否定的副词。如：
The old man can hardly walk. 那位老人几乎不能走路了。 2. except 强调从整体中除去部分,即except后的部分不包括在整体
之内。因此,常和all, everything, no one, nothing等词一起使用
Everyone was tired except John. Everyone is here except Xiao Wang and me. He has nothing to do except watching TV.
Besides 相当于as well as,意为“除了……以外,还有……”,即“除去一
Mary knows Japanese besides French. Six people will come, besides you.
Read 1a, and mark the following statements True (T) or False (F).
( T ) 1.The most widely known item of American clothing is blue jeans. ( F ) 2.Jeans are the most popular choice of clothing for young people
only in America.
. ( T ) 3. Traditionally, the kimono was made of silk.
( F ) 4. Today, many people wear kimonos except on special occasions
like marriages and national celebrations.
Read and understand
America ● The most widely known item of American clothing is blue jeans. ● In the past, many workers wore heavy cotton jeans. ● Today, clothing factories make many different styles and colors of jeans. They are the most popular choice of clothing for young people around the world. 与well-known意思相*，即“众所周知的，广为人知的” 。
Japan ● A well-known item of Japanese traditional clothing is the kimono. ● Traditionally, the kimono was made of silk. ● At one time, Japanese people wore kimonos for casual and formal occasions. 曾经；一度 ● Today, hardly anyone wears kimonos except on special occasions like marriages and national celebrations.
Complete the table according to 1a.
Country America Japan Traditional clothing Material Occasion to wear
Today blue jeans heavy cotton casual / working casual
casual and formal formal
In the past
Key words of 1a
America ● …widely known … blue jeans. ● In the past, ● Today, … … choices of clothing …
Japan ● well-known …kimono. ● Traditionally, …made of silk. ● At one time, … casual and formal occasions. ● Today, hardly …except …special occasions … ...
Listen to the passage about a fashion show and mark the following
statements True (T) or False (F).
( T ) 1. I went with Jenny to see a lovely fashion show outside a clothing
( F ) 2. There were many famous models and many kinds of clothes in the clothing store. ( F ) 3. At last I chose a nice white skirt. ( T ) 4. I paid the saleswoman ?80 for the skirt. ( F ) 5. Jenny didn’t like the silk dress because it was a little out of style.
Object clauses (Ⅳ)
Kangkang said he watched it. He said it was wonderful. She asked Kangkang what he was doing. He said he was doing his homework.
People call it a cheongsam.
Here come another three models.
That’s really cool!
Today people can design the Tang costume as either formal or casual clothes.
Kangkang arrived at home. He wanted to tell her sister what Mr. Xia told them and what Mr. Xia asked them. Look at the pictures. Complete what Kangkang said.
(1) Mr. Xia said，“People use a heavy cotton material to make jeans.” (2) Mr. Xia said，“Traditionally, the kimono was made of silk.” (3) Mr. Xia said，“It is a kind of clothing only for boys.” (4) Mr. Xia asked，“How do you like the jeans?” (5) Mr. Xia asked，“Was the Kimono made of silk?”
people used a heavy cotton material to make jeans. (1) Mr. Xia said that______________________________________________ (2)___________________________________________________________ Mr. Xia said that traditionally the kimono was made of silk. Mr. Xia said that it was a kind of clothing only for boys. (3)___________________________________________________________ (4)___________________________________________________________ Mr. Xia asked how I liked the jeans. (5)___________________________________________________________ Mr. Xia asked if/whether the Kimono was made of silk.
1. Bring your favorite clothes to your classroom.
2. Introduce some clothes to your classmates. You can
tell them about the color, material, style and so on. 3. Hold a fashion show in the classroom.
4. Write a short passage about the fashion show.
1. Do you know if they like this new i____? tem 2. We each had to make a c_____. hoice
3. In England, turkey is t_________ eaten on Christmas. raditionally
ardly 4. I’m so tired I can h_____ stay awake. xcept 5. They all went to sleep e_____ me. 6. Their m_______ took place in a local(当地的) church. arriage elebration 7. Would you like to come to c________? utside 8. It's warmer o______ than in this room. 9. The customer was angry with the s aleswoman for her impolite answer. _________
Fashion is full of ______（充满）history and culture. At one time ________（曾经），middle school students wore the same school uniforms for all the occasions. But now in some as schools students begin to design the school uniforms _____（把···设计成···） _____ ··· ··· _____ formal _____ （或者···或者···）casual clothes. By the way, there was ··· ··· either or fashion show a ___________（时装表演）of our middle school students yesterday evening. We saw many models come there to model the clothes ______________（展示时装）. All the clothes stand for _______（代表）the fashion culture ___________（时装文化）of middle school students. Betty was wearing brown pants with two pockets and a pair of running shoes. Two girls ________________（与···不同）Betty. They were wearing traditional ··· were different from minority costumes with many beautiful silk knots and some other decorations. Susan As for was wearing a suit of her personal style with a belt. ______（至于）the others, I don’t want to describe them. In a word, all the models looked so beautiful that we hardly believed that all the models were all students of our school.
1. Learn some new words: choice, hardly, except, marriage, outside 2. Summarize the object clauses: Kangkang said he watched it. She asked Kangkang what he was doing. 3. Learn useful expressions: The most widely known item of American clothing is blue jeans. They are the most popular choice of clothing for young people around the world. A well-known item of Japanese traditional clothing is the kimono. Today, hardly anyone wears kimonos except on special occasions like marriages and national celebrations. 4. Learn about the world traditional fashion culture.
1.Talk about clothing according to the topic with your classmates. 2.Hold a fashion show in the classroom and write a passage about it. 3.Revise the object clause.