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Pausanias
Li Yan
ancient
interviewer
modern
interviewee
Skimming
What are they mainly talking about?
The similarities and differences
between the ancient Olympics and
modern Olympics.
The a______Greek
ncient
Olympic Games were
very
held e______four
years in Greece. Only free
ake ____.S____
part laves and
Greek citizens could t___
married women were prevented from
ompeting
c________.Most
a_______competed
in
thletes
several competitions. Many Greeks believed
that developing the body was as important as
egular
educating the mind. So r_______exercise
was part of school life. The winners got
o_____
live w______.
reaths Cheating was seen as bad
ined
and people were f______money
.
Who
a Greek writer
Where
in ancient Greece
When
about 2000 years ago
Questions about
the present-day
Olympics
Task 1:Careful-reading
The ancient
Olympic games
Time
Sets/
kinds
Events
Every_____
four
years
The modern
Olympic games
Every ____
four
years
Only Summer .Summer and
winter
_______Olympic
games
Olympics
horse riding
___________
running
much
lessthan
_________
modern OG
250
Over ____sports
_______sets
two
of Games
Ancient
Olympics
Athletes men from_____
Greece.
women
and slaves
_______________
were not allowed
to join in
Places
Modern Olympics
women
men and_______
over the world
from all________
who reach______
the standard
Greece
every country
____________
is possible
an
olive wreath
______
medals
_______
Prizes
Comprehending
True or False.
Women
and women
were not
were
allowed
allowed to take
F )1.Men
part in the ancient Olympic Games.
(
(
(
(
F )2.The Winter Olympic Games are held
every
years.
every three
four years
.
28th Olympic Games were held
F )3.The 29th
in Beijing.
T)4. A special village is built for competitors
to live in.
(T )5.To
hold the Olympic is a rich
prize and a big honor for a country.
( F ) 6. Every
athlete can take part in the
Olympic Games.
Every athlete who reaches the standard can
similarities Modern
How often?
Any men
athletes?
Motto
Events
(any races/
horse
riding…?)
every 4 years
Yes
Ancient
every 4 years
Yes
Swifter, higher, Swifter, higher,
stronger
stronger
races, horse
riding
…
races, horse
riding
…
differences Modern
Ancient
Any Winter
Yes
No
Olympics?
competitors all over the world only in Greece
from?
M/ W
both
only men
athletes
Prizes
Any Olympic
villages?
(more/less)
events
medals
olive wreath
Yes
No
More events
Less events
Summary of the interview
The Olympic Games are the biggest sports meeting in the
world, which include two kinds, the Summer
________and the
Winter
______ Olympics. Both of them are _____
__.
four years
held every _____
All countries can take part if their athletes reached the
standard
________ to the games. Women are not only allowed
_______ to
special______
village
join in but playing a very important
_________ role. A ______
is built for the competitors to live in, a ________
reception building
several stadiums
________ for competitions, , a __________
gymnasiumwith
seats for those who watch the games. It’s a great _____
honor to
host the Olympic Games. The Olive wreath has been
replaced
________ by medals. But it’s still about being able to run
________,
faster jump _________
higher and throw _______.
further
Blank- filling
•
The ancient Olympic Games began
Greece At that
around the year 776 BC in ______.
time the young men ________
competed in running,
jumping and wrestling. But women were
not allowed to ____
___ the games in
take ____
part in
the past.The old Olympic games stopped
_______
about the year 393 AD.
Blank- filling
However, the first Olympic Games in
modern
______ times happened in the year 1896.
But there were only 311 _________
competitors
from 13 countries. The ____
27th Olympic
Games were held in Sydney. The
Olympic ______
motto is “_______,
swifter Higher,
Stronger”. It means that every _______
athlete
should try to ____
____higher,
run faster, jump
and _____
throw further.
•
Task 2:The changes of Pausanias’ feelings:
P: Winter Games? How can the runners enjoy
competing in winter? And what about the horses?
1.How did Pausanias feel about the Modern
Winter Olympic Games?
Why?
upset
So many things in Ancient
Olympic Games have been
changed.
P: Please stop! All those events, all those
countries and even women taking part!
How about his feeling?
amazed/surprised
Why?
so many countries take part in the modern
Olympic Games and that women can also
compete.
P:“ Did you say medals? So even the olive
wreath has been replaced! Oh, dear! Do
you compete for money too?”
How did he feel?
doubted a little sad
Since China has won the bidding of hosting the
2008 Olympics, what will the Olympics bring to
China, good effects or bad effects.
good effects
1. promote the economy
bad effects
1. cost a large amount of money
2. cause disorder to our society:
2. make China better known to more pollution, disturb people’s
daily life more or less
the world
3.the venues and buildings may
3.improve the friendship
be wasted after the Olympics
……
……

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