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4D英语幼儿课程—《小红帽》

发布时间:2015-11-09    |   作者:Lisa雷

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欢迎来到Edulite 4D English音频课程。本期节目是4D英语互联网真实课堂的音频编辑。本节目由Ms. Kristen Baez执教。学生来自广州和武汉的小学。在15分钟左右的时间里,Kristen基于学生预读过的《小红帽》提出26个不同思维层级的问题,启发学生使用英语思维,训练批判性思维能力。


我是Vanessa 李,来自于Edulite 4D English。本集的音频课程由我和Grace李编辑,由Edulite International Institute出品,拥有版权及其他所有权利。如果您希望了解更多关于本集音频课程或更多Edulite 4D English相关信息,敬请关注我们的官网:www.english4d.com或致电:40060-40012

本课程的设计理念是通过回答老师的这种问题(包括寻找事实、分析人物、主观判断等不同层次的思维),帮助阅学生更好地提升英语思维能力和批判性思维能力。

所以,为了更好地实现教学效果,在上本音频课程前,请仔细阅读《小红帽》这本书

电子书下载地址:

Little Red Riding Hood.pdf


Little Red Riding Hood


Once upon a time, there was a little girl who was loved by everyone who knew her.

Her grandmother was so fond of her that she delighted in giving her presents. She made her a beautiful cape and hood of red velvet.

The little girl liked it so much that she never went out without wearing it. In time, everyone called her “Little Red Riding Hood”.

Little Red Riding Hood lived with her mother and father in a small cottage near the edge of a large forest.

Her father was a woodcutter and worked all day in the forest.

Little Red Riding Hood loved her grandmother just as much as her grandmother loved her. Nearly every day she went along the path, through the forest, to visit her.

One day, Little Red Riding Hood’s mother said, “Little Red Riding Hood, I have put a cake and a bottle of blackcurrant juice in this basket. I want you to take them to your grandmother. She is ill and they will do her good.

“Keep to the path and do not wander off into the forest,” warned Little Red Riding Hood’s mother.

“Don’t worry I shall take care,” promised Little Red Riding Hood, as she took the basket and waved goodbye to her mother.

Before she had gone very far along the path through the forest, Little Red Riding Hood met a wolf.

She had never seen a wolf before and she did not know what a wicked creature he was. She thought he was a large dog and she was not in the least afraid of him.

“Good morning, Little Red Riding Hood,” said the wolf.

“Good morning, sir,” she replied.

“Where are you going to so early in the morning?” asked the wolf.

“To my grandmother’s” Little Red Riding Hood replied.

“And what have you got in your basket?” The wolf went on.

“A cake and a bottle of blackcurrant juice,” said Little Riding Hood. “Grandmother is ill and Mother has sent these to help her to get well again.”

“Where does your grandmother live, Little Red Riding Hood?” continued the wolf.

“Just a little further into the forest,” answered Little Red Riding Hood. “Her cottage stands under three large oak trees.”

“What a tender young creature this is!” thought the wolf. “She will make a more juicy mouthful than the old woman! But, if I am cunning, I should manage to eat both!”

So the wolf strolled along beside Little Red Riding Hood for a little while.

“Look at all the pretty flowers under the trees,” he said. “Are they not beautiful? And can you hear the birds singing? You should stop and enjoy these pleasures instead of walking straight along the path.”

Then the wolf said goodbye to Little Red Riding Hood and set off quickly for Grandmother’s cottage.

Little Red Riding Hood did as the wolf suggested and looked around her. The forest was indeed a lovely place. The sunbeams danced through the trees, the ground was carpeted with beautiful flowers and overhead the birds sang merrily.

“I shall pick a bunch of fresh flowers for my grandmother,” thought Little Red Riding Hood. “They will cheer her up.”

So she wandered further and further from the path, gathering the prettiest of the flowers.

By now the wolf had reached Grandmother’s cottage. He knocked at the door.

“Who is there?” called Grandmother.

“Little Red Riding Hood,” replied the wolf in a high voice. “I have brought you a cake and some blackcurrant juice.”

“Press the latch, open the door and walk in, my dear,” said Grandmother. “I am so weak that I cannot get up.”

The wolf pressed the latch, opened the door and walked in.

Without saying a word, the wolf went straight to the bed and gobbled Grandmother up in one mouthful.

Then he put on one of her nightdresses and a nightcap which he pulled well down over his eyes. He drew the curtains and got into bed, pulling the bedclothes well up to his chin.

Then he waited.

(Refer to next page for the rest of the story )