Lesson Two Maheegun My Brother


Lesson Two Maheegun My Brother

Main Points:

1) wiggle = to move with a quick twisting and turning movement

2) not that = although it is not true that

3) upset = to knock…over

4) chase = to drive …away; to run after

5) poke Lesson Two Maheegun My Brother = to press with the finger or a stick

6) wait for sth. to happen / for sb. to do sth.

7) leap = to jump into or through the air

8) serve to do sth. = to have a particular Lesson Two Maheegun My Brother effect or result

9) fog = to confuse or hide

10) sail = to move in a confident manner

11) demand = to ask for firmly and not be willing to accept a refusal

12) flood = to fill or enter a place in large numbers or Lesson Two Maheegun My Brother amounts

13) alert = adj. aware; attentive; watchful and ready to meet danger

14) thrill to sth. = to feel excited at sth.

15) stir = to move slightly

16) for the best = best for the long run although sth Lesson Two Maheegun My Brother. appears bad or

unpleasant

17) detain = to delay; to keep waiting

18) on one's own = without help; alone

19) locate = to find the position of; to establish

20) only too = very

21) hit = to arrive at; reach

22) smother = to cover thickly

23) see Lesson Two Maheegun My Brother = to be the time when / place where an event happens; to witness

24) take over = to gain control

25) work one's way out of = to move slowly

26) take its/their toll on sb./ sth.= to have a bad Lesson Two Maheegun My Brother effect on sth.

27) come/be into фокус = to have a clear picture

be out of фокус = have an unclear picture

Tool: the tape, and the slide

Procedure:

Step 1: Warming up

Questions:

  1. Did any of you Lesson Two Maheegun My Brother ever keep some small animals?

  2. Why do young chidren like keeping animals?

  3. What would you feel if you have to be separated from your favourite pet?

  4. What is the Lesson Two Maheegun My Brother cruelest wild animal in your opinion?

  5. Can you think of an animal acting as a bodyguard?

Step 2: Give the students a brief introduction of the text------

. This lesson tells us an unusual experience Lesson Two Maheegun My Brother of a country teenager.While spearing fish with his grandfather, the writer heard the faint crying of a starving wolf cub. Happily for him, his grandfather finally agreed to let him keep the Lesson Two Maheegun My Brother animal. It brought the writer troubles as well as unforgetable happy memories. After about a year the wolf cub was half grown. However, leaving Maheegun unchained one night мейд grandfather's Lesson Two Maheegun My Brother taking the animal to the north shack, where Maheegun returned to the wild.

What is more unusual lies in the second half of this story. While coming back from his uncle's Lesson Two Maheegun My Brother house, the writer was caught in a terrible snow storm, and what was worse was that he got lost. Hoping to be out of the trouble when day broke, he quickly Lesson Two Maheegun My Brother мейд a bed of boughs and started a fire with the bark of an old dead birch. But the next morning found even worse storm. Everything had been smothered by the fierce whiteness Lesson Two Maheegun My Brother. Terrible weather lasted for a few more days and cold and hunger seemed to be bringing an end to him. Conditions got even worse when some wolves smelt the blood from his Lesson Two Maheegun My Brother wound. Could he survive the sharp teeth of these hunting wolves? How did he return to the place where he belonged?

^ Step3: Learn the new words ( the students read the new words Lesson Two Maheegun My Brother and then the teacher correct the wrong pronunciation )

Step 4: Ask the students to read the text and then discuss the following

questions :

  1. How old was the writer when he found a wolf Lesson Two Maheegun My Brother cub and started to raise it?

  2. What was the real trouble the writer’s wolf cub caused him?

  3. Why did the wolf Maheegun leave the writer and how did the writer feel at that Lesson Two Maheegun My Brother moment?

  4. What happened to the writer on his way back from his uncle’s home?

  5. How many days did the terrible snowstorm trap the writer in the wildness?

  6. Who saved the Lesson Two Maheegun My Brother writer from two wild wolves’ teeth?

Step 5: Give a presentation of the language points and the text. (Give students the key words and then ask them to look them up in a dictionary Lesson Two Maheegun My Brother )

1) wiggle = to move with a quick twisting and turning movement

eg. Her hips wiggled when she walked.

2) not that = although it is not true that

eg. She loved music but seldom Lesson Two Maheegun My Brother went to concerts --not that she

couldn't afford to.

3) upset = to knock…over

eg. The cat upset the lamp and set the house on fire.

4) chase = to drive …away; to run after

eg Lesson Two Maheegun My Brother. The police chased the thief and caught him.

5) poke = to press with the finger or a stick

eg. His wife poked him with her elbow to wake him up.

6) wait for sth. to happen / for Lesson Two Maheegun My Brother sb. to do sth.

eg. They waited unpatiently for the bus to arrive.

We were waiting anxiously for Mr. Miller to announce the

winners.

7) leap = to jump into or through the Lesson Two Maheegun My Brother air

eg. Monkeys leaped from branch to branch.

8) serve to do sth. = to have a particular effect or result

eg. The blanket could serve to keep the rain out for a while.

9) fog = to confuse Lesson Two Maheegun My Brother or hide

eg. The chairman's speech served only to fog the issue.( make it less

clear )

10) sail = to move in a confident manner

eg. The happy woman sailed through her medical exam Lesson Two Maheegun My Brother.

11) demand = to ask for firmly and not be willing to accept a refusal

eg. The police demanded that the ggangsters lay down their guns.

The demonstrators demanded that all the facts be Lesson Two Maheegun My Brother мейд public.

12) flood = to fill or enter a place in large numbers or amounts

eg. Most of the morning his study is flooded with sunlight.

13) alert = adj. aware; attentive; watchful and ready to meet Lesson Two Maheegun My Brother danger

eg. The guard stayed alert to watch for anything unusual.

14) thrill to sth. = to feel excited at sth.

eg. The young audience thrilled to the song and started humming.

(to sing Lesson Two Maheegun My Brother with the mouth closed)

15) stir = to move slightly

eg. He stirred in his sleep.

16) for the best = best for the long run although sth. appears bad or

unpleasant

eg. They had to sell their Lesson Two Maheegun My Brother car, but since they are both without a job,

it's probably for the best.

17) detain = to delay; to keep waiting

eg. I am late because I was detained in traffic.

18) on one Lesson Two Maheegun My Brother's own = without help; alone

eg. Much of college success depends on whether you can study on

your own.

19) locate = to find the position of; to establish

eg. The student located Moscow, Paris, and London Lesson Two Maheegun My Brother on a map.

The company located its new office building in a suburb.

20) only too = very

eg. Turn to him whenever you need help. He would be only too

pleased.

21) hit = to Lesson Two Maheegun My Brother arrive at; reach

eg. You'll hit the main road in five minutes' drive.

22) smother = to cover thickly

eg. She smothered her hot dog with strawberry jam.

23) see = to be the time when Lesson Two Maheegun My Brother / place where an event happens; to witness

eg. Christmas morning saw the poor little match girl frozen dead by

the roadside.

24) take over = to gain control

eg. A new leader took over the government

25) work one Lesson Two Maheegun My Brother's way out of = to move slowly

eg. The old man worked his way out of the house and disappeared in

the darkness.

Rust has worked its way into the car Lesson Two Maheegun My Brother's body and destroyed it.

26) take its/their toll on sb./ sth.= to have a bad effect on sth.

eg. Years of hard work and anxiety have taken their toll on his Lesson Two Maheegun My Brother health.

27) come/be into фокус = to have a clear picture

eg. With his telescope being into фокус, he kept a careful watch over

the lion family in the valley.

be out of Lesson Two Maheegun My Brother фокус = have an unclear picture

eg.We could'nt see their faces because the photograph was out of

фокус.

Step 6: Meaning of paragraphs

Para 1to 3 tells the readers the finding of the small wolf Lesson Two Maheegun My Brother cub.

From para 4 to para 7 the writer vividly describes his happy time with his brother Maheegun.

From para 8 to para 17 the readers are told how Maheegun returns to the wild and the Lesson Two Maheegun My Brother writer’s mixed feelings.

Para 18 serves as transition which takes the readers to pass a period of two years.

From para 19 to para 28 the writer brings a half-frozen and exhausted figure Lesson Two Maheegun My Brother clearly into the readers’ mind.

Then comes the climax of the story. Two timber wolves follow the blood from his wound and ready to pierce their teeth into his flesh.

From para 33 to para Lesson Two Maheegun My Brother 37 the writer reveals a picture of a weak teenager under the protection of a strong black wolf.

The rest of the story brings the writer back to modern world and Maheegun to his Lesson Two Maheegun My Brother own kind.

^ Step 7 Explanation of exercises and grammar.

Step 8 Extra excercises

Translation:

1) a blue-eyed girl 2) a kind-hearted woman

3) a simple-minded yong man 4) long-haired rabbits

5) a double-faced guy Lesson Two Maheegun My Brother/fellow 6) a white-haired girl

7) a left-handed person 8) a red- tailed bird

9) a narrow-minded man 10) a short-sighted woman


  • oldrussian.ru/1-analtichna-marketingova-ocnka-rinku-shokoladu.html
  • oldrussian.ru/computers-appleton-area-school-district.html
  • oldrussian.ru/aljabjevpoem-by-delvigsolovey.html
  • oldrussian.ru/pravitelstvennie-organi-koordiniruyushie-vipolnenie-politicheskih-reshenij.html
  • oldrussian.ru/standard-3-42-fulfillment-of-plea-discussions-acknowledgment.html
  • oldrussian.ru/publications-international-isbn-qty-title-price.html
  • oldrussian.ru/harakteristika-osobennostej-specificheskogo-vozdejstviya-i-funkcij-otdelnih-aminokislot-aminokisloti-stroitelnij-material-zhizni.html
  • oldrussian.ru/harakteristika-materalv-dlya-nagrvachv-elektropechej-oporu-metodichn-vkazvki-do-samostjnogo-vivchennya-kursu.html
  • oldrussian.ru/the-university-of-edinburgh-3.html
  • oldrussian.ru/purpose-and-rationale-curriculum-guide-for-go-in-schools.html
  • oldrussian.ru/plan-viznachennya-ponyat-priroda-prirodoznavstvo-naukovo-tehnchna-revolyucyayak-suchasnij-etap-pznannya-osvonnya-prirodi-lyudinoyu-osnovn-ponyattya-pro-naukuyak-sferu-lyudsko-dyalnost-nacleno-na-pznannya-prirodi.html
  • oldrussian.ru/pro-zatverdzhennya-poryadku-derzhavno-restrac-ta-oblku-vdkritih-naukovo-dosldnih-dosldno-konstruktorskih-robt-disertacj.html
  • oldrussian.ru/financial-agreement-number-10063-19.html
  • oldrussian.ru/m-def-m-the-thirteenth-letter-of-the-english-alphabet-is-a-vocal-consonant-and-from-the-manner-of-its-formation-is-called-the-labio-nasal-consonant-s-143.html
  • oldrussian.ru/carson-f-sinclair-inventory-of-accessioned-and-processed-materials.html
  • oldrussian.ru/each-of-the-experimental-preparations-described-in-this-insight-birds-flies-crabs-salamanders-and-even-robots-has-unique-aspects-that-contribute-to-our-u-4.html
  • oldrussian.ru/glava-3-rozglyad-sudom-sprav-pro-nadannya-nepovnoltnj-osob-povno-civlno-dzdatnost.html
  • oldrussian.ru/selo-glevaha.html
  • oldrussian.ru/vivchennya-prijomv-shtuchnogo-dihannya.html
  • oldrussian.ru/58n-10-002a-8e-8-48.html