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Unit 4 How do you get to school? --Section B. From: Li Yana. Check the answers. . ___ to school _____ bus _____ to school ____ a bus ____ a bus ____ school ____ to school _____ bike _____ a bike ____ school _____ to school _____ foot ______ _____ school ( ). - PowerPoint PPT Presentation


  • Unit 4How do you get to school?--Section BFrom: Li Yana

  • ___ to school _____ bus_____ to school ____ a bus____ a bus ____ school ____ to school _____ bike _____ a bike ____ school_____ to school _____ foot ______ _____ school ()go by go ontake togo byride togo onwalk toT / F I go to school ride my bike.on

  • So Cool:GO to School by Helicopter!

  • Ride the Horse to School

  • Lets Go to School by Boat!

  • Group Interview A: How do you get to school? B: I C: I D: I A: A takes the bus to school .B goes to school by bike. Cand I

  • How do students around the world get to school?

  • It depends on where you are.

    Place Transportation

  • How do students around the world get to school?

  • It depends on where you are.

    Place Transportation

  • How do students around the world get to school? In North America, most students go to school ______ the school bus. Some students also walk or ride bikes to school. In other parts of the world, things are different. In Japan, most students take trains to school, although others also walk or ride their bikes. In China, it ________ _____ where you are. In big cities, students usually ride bikes to school or take buses. And in places_______ there are rivers and lakes, ______ Hongshanhu and Kaishandao, students usually go to school _______ boat. That must be a lot _____ _____ than taking a bus.on depends onwherelikemore funby Listen and fill in the blanks

  • 1. I go to school ______ bus every morning. (2011 A. in B. on C. at D. by 2. How can I get to the supermarket? -- _____bike. Its not far from here. (2010) A. On B. By C. In D. With

  • How kids get to school all over the world Su Yongjian, from Beijing Chaoyang Foreign Language School, started taking a school bus to school this September. The school bus looks like a tourist bus. It takes Su about 40 minutes to get to school. Its more convenient () than the subway. It saves a lot of time, the 12-year-old said. Nowadays, school buses are becoming more popular in China. In Chongqing, there will be 3,000 yellow school buses on the road by the end of this year, according to Xinhua News Agency. In the US, yellow school buses are a common way for children to get to school. There are about 480,000 school buses in the country, according to the American School Bus Council (ASBC). However, there are not many school buses in the UK. Students from public schools usually walk or take buses or the subway to school. There are some school buses in private() schools, but they are not yellow. In Japan the school districts are small in cities. So there is no need to use school buses. Children usually walk to school. Some students living in rural areas go to school by bus or train. In some places where the weather is bad, such as Iceland, children go to school in a special car. The car looks like a jeep. It can drive over thick ice. And, on the islands next to Washington State in the US, some kids even take a boat to school. Cross cultures

  • Choose the best answer:Why does Su Yongjian take a school bus to school this September? A. Because the school bus looks like a tourist bus. B. Because taking a school bus saves a lot of time. C. Because school buses are becoming more popular. D. Because he gets tired of going to school by subway.2. Which of the following is TRUE? A. Therere 3,000 school buses in Chongqing now. B. Many kids in the US go to school by school bus. C. School buses all over the world are yellow. D. School buses are becoming more popular in the UK.3. In Japan, students in cities neednt take school buses because__________. A. they like to take the train B. they think walk is good for health C. the school districts are small D. they usually live at school

  • Exercises ExerciseSometimes walking is even _____ than driving during the busy traffic time. A fast B faster C slow D slower 2. My cousin usually walks to school every morning.() My cousin usually goes to school _______ _______ every morning.3. How long does it take ________(walk) to the train station.4. Tim usually rides his bike to school. () Tim usually ______ to school _____ ______.5. That ______ ______() what you think of it.on footto walkgoes by bikedepends on

  • Homework HomeworkListen to the recording of 3a on page 23 and read it as fluently as you can.

    2. Try to finish the part of Four: Have a Try on the paper.

  • Thank you!

  • Listen and write T or F in front.1. In North America, not all students take the bus to school.2. Other parts of the world are different from the United States.3. In Japan, the three most popular ways of getting to school are bus, train and bike.4. In China, bikes and buses are the most popular means of transportation.5. Students in Hongshanhu and Kaishandao have to take a boat to get to school.TTFFT

  • 2a. Listen and check the things that Thomas wants to know.___ where Nina lives.___ how far from school she lives. ___ how long it takes to get to school.___ how she gets to school.___ what she thinks of the transportation.

  • 2b. Listen again and check the way Nina gets to school.

  • 1. Can you tell me _______? -- She is in the computer lab. A where Linda was B where is Linda C where was Linda D where Linda is 2. We can use QQ to talk with each other on the Internet. --Well. But can you tell me ______ it? A how I can use B how can I use C why can I use D when I can use 3. The new-designed car is on show now. I wonder _____. A how much it cost B how much did it cost C how much it costs D how much does it cost

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