A Trip to China 第2页
Jenny: Hi, Mum!
We're learning about the Silk Road this month in school.
Mr, Smith: The Silk Road? That's in China!
Jenny: Yes. it is! Mum and Dad. may I ask you a question?
Mrs. Smith: Sure, Jenny! What is it?
Jenny: My school is planning a trip around China with Li Ming's school. Some students from my class will go to China and travel on the Silk Road. May I go with them?
Mr. Smith: Who will lead the trip?
Jenny: Ms.Martin! Here is the note from my school.
(Jenny's father and mother read the note.)
Mrs. Smith: Yes, you may go. This is a good chance for you. You will learn about China.
Jenny: Really? Great! Thanks, Mum and Dad! l'm so excited! I will send Li Ming an e-mail and tell him the good news.
Learning Tip 第2页
Is the Silk Road made of silk?
Of course no!
The Silk Road gets its name from the Chinese silk trade along it during the Han Dynasty.
Let's Do It! 第3页
Listen and write true (T) or false (F). 第3页
1.Jenny is learning about the Silk Road this month in school.
2.Li Ming's school is planning a trip to Canada.
3.Ms. Martin will go to China with the students.
Read the dialogue in the lesson and answer the questions. 第3页
1.What is Jenny's school planning?
2.Who will lead the trip?
3.What does Mrs. Smith think about the trip?
4.Why will Jenny send Li Ming an e-mail?
Fill in the blanks with the words in the box. 第3页
We will join our sister school in China on a trip to the Silk Road.
All students in Grade 7 are invited.
Ms. Martin will travel with the students.
Her class is doing a China Study this term.
The group will leave on March 5 and come back on March 15.
For more information, please come to the meeting on Wednesday at 7 p.m.
Mr. Brian Franklin
Task tips: What do you want to do?
Where/When do you want to go?
Who will you go with?