Module 5 Unit 1 Great scientists
Warming up and reading
scientist, science, scientific
1.When young, he was determined to devote his science life to ________. scie
ntific 2.Madam Curie made many __________ discoveries in her life. scientist whose research is about cloning 3.The _______ has been given a prize.
Who are they?
Who is he?
He has made a famous kite experiment. He learned a lot from it and invented lightning rod(避雷针). He is … Benjamin Franklin
Never leave that until tomorrow, which you can do today.
Who is he?
He is called the greatest scientist in the 20th century. He is famous for the Theory of Relativity. He is … Albert Einstein Imagination is more important than knowledge
Who is he?
He invented electric bulbs.
He made more than 1,000 inventions during his life. He is … Thomas Edison
Genius is one percent inspiration and ninetynine percent perspiration.
Thomas Alva Edison
Who is he?
He made the first telescope in the world. His observations show that the earth moves around the sun. He is … Galileo Galilei
You cannot teach a man anything. You can only help him find it within himself.
What other Do the quiz scientists and see who doknows you know? the most.
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Archimedes Charles Darwin Thomas Newcomen Gregor Mendel Marie Curie Thomas Edison Leonardo da Vinci Sir Humphry Davy Zhang Heng Stephen Hawking
made a great contribution made great achievements succeeded in their scientific career overcome many difficulties
Who is John Snow?
John Snow is a wellknown doctor in the 19th century in London and he defeated “King Cholera”. attended her as her personal physician.
Do you know what kind of disease is cholera?
It is a kind of terrible disease caused by drinking dirty water and it caused a lot of deaths in the old times and it was very difficult to defeat.
It begins in the stomach and the victims died very quickly from a loss of liquid after severe vomiting(呕吐) and diarrhoea(腹泻).
What’s the main idea of the passage? A. John Snow was a well-known doctor in London. B. The cause of Cholera was polluted water.
C. The source of all drinking water should be examined.
D. How John Snow defeated “King Cholera”?
find a aproblem conclusion Fast-reading draw
According to the passage. please put the
make think of upaamethod question
collect think ofresults a method
7 stages in right order
collect make up results a question
find analyse a problem the results
Find supporting evidence analyse the results Find supporting evidence draw a conclusion
What is the problem?
The cholera was the most deadly disease of its day. Neither its cause, nor its cure was understood.
What caused cholera?
make up a question: Which theory to believe in?
Cholera multiplied in the air without reason. A cloud of dangerous gas would float around until it found its victims.
People absorbed it with their meals
What method did he use?
Many deaths happened here. A map of Broad
No death happened here.
The water from the pump was to blame.
analyze the results: What happened to the pump water?
The water was from the river which had been polluted by the dirty water from London.
Find supporting evidence: What extra evidence did he find? A woman and her daughter who lived far away but drank the water also died.
draw a conclusion with certainty
The polluted water carried the disease.
Read the passage again and fill in the blanks:
doctor in London in the John Snow was a well-known _______ 19th cause of cholera in _____ century. He wanted to find the ______ defeat it. In 1854 when a cholera broke order to ______ ______ out, he marked on a map where began to gather information. He _______ all the dead people had lived and he found that many people who had drunk the dirty water from the pump ______ died. So he decided that the polluted water carried cholera. He suggested that the _______ source of all water supplies be instructed not _________ and the water companies were__________ examined expose people ___ to ______ to polluted water any more. Finally “King Cholera” was defeated _______.