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 自96學年度起辦理,對象為七、八年級,每班均派一位選手參加

新化國中英語朗讀比賽計畫

 台南縣新化國民中學英語朗讀比賽辦法
 1、依據:(一)、本校各學年度校務發展規劃
          (二)、教務處年度教學工作計劃
 2、目的:(一)、培養學生聽.說.讀.寫英語的能力,增進英語學習成效。
          (二)、透過豐富的聲音表情及肢體語言詮釋有趣的文章,提昇學生朗讀的興趣。
          (三)、展現英語學習成果並學以致用,提升英語學習風氣。
 3、主辦單位:新化國中教務處
 4、協辦單位:英語領域教學研究會
 5、實施辦法及評分標準:
 (一)報名對象:七、八年級各班推選一人參加
 (二)報名日期:2月底前,將報名表交至教務處
 (三)參加比賽同學預計於3月初之前進行比賽序號抽籤,當天抽籤地點及時間另行通知。
 (四)比賽規則:每位競賽員三分鐘,講題內容事先公佈,於登台前八分鐘,當場親手抽定題目。
 (五)比賽時間:3月中,英語領域共同研習時間
 (六)比賽地點:本校行政大樓二樓視聽教室(七年級)及三樓簡報室(八年級)
 (七)評分標準:發音40% ;聲調40%;儀態(儀容.態度.表情)20%
 6、獎勵辦法:邀請校內相關專長教師進行評審工作,擇取七、八年級表現優秀各六名。
   第一名:一位,精美獎品一份及獎狀乙張
   第二名:一位,精美獎品一份及獎狀乙張
   第三名:一位,精美獎品一份及獎狀乙張
   優  勝:三位,獎狀乙張
        *凡得獎同學一律記嘉獎乙支。
 7、經費:由學校經費支出。
 8、本辦法呈請校長核准後實施,修正時亦同。

英語朗讀文章

七年級

  1. The Huge Pumpkin
      One day a boy was walking on a field when he saw a pumpkin. He decided to take it home with  
  him for Halloween. That night when he went out to get a drink, he looked at the pumpkin and he 
  thought that it was a lot bigger. He got his drink and went back to bed.
      In the morning, when he got up, he went in the kitchen to eat breakfast. He saw the pumpkin, 
  and it was definitely bigger! He got ready to go to school and he asked his Mom if he could 
  bring the pumpkin for show-n-tell.
      At school, it got even larger and larger. Then when it was time for show-n-tell, the pumpkin 
  was so larger that it was as big as the teacher! Then it grew until it was as big as the room, 
  and then as big as the school.
      The teacher said “We have to do something about that pumpkin”. So, they all had a class 
  meeting and they finally decided to get a knife and work together to carve a face on the 
  pumpkin. Then there was a great party and everyone in the school was invited to have pumpkin 
  pie! And there was never a pumpkin like that again!

  2.The Farmer Girl
      A farmer’s daughter was walking to the market with of milk on her head. As she walked, she 
  started to make plans.
  “I will get some money for this milk. With that money, I will buy fifty eggs,” she said. 
  “In a couple of weeks, those eggs will be hatched, and I will have fifty chickens. I will 
  give those chickens good food, and they will grow big and fat. Then I will take them to the 
  market and sell them. I will make lots of money! I’ll take that money and buy a beautiful 
  dress,” she said.
  “Boys will want to dance with me. The other girls will be jealous, but I don’t care. I’ll 
  toss my head, like this.”
      As she spoke, she tossed her head. The bucket fell off her head, and all the milk spilled on 
  the ground. She had to go home and tell her mother what happened. “My dear,” said her 
  mother, “you shouldn’t count your chickens before they are hatched.”

  3.Country Mouse and City Mouse
      Once the Country Mouse invited the City Mouse for dinner. The Country Mouse prepared corn 
  and potatoes. The two mice enjoyed their meal. After dinner, City Mouse told Country Mouse 
  about his home. The Country Mouse was so curious about the city life. Therefore he decided to 
  leave the country.
      They arrived at the City Mouse’s place. The Country Mouse looked around the house and he was 
  so surprised. There were all kinds of food on the table. The Country Mouse nibbled the 
  cheese. “How delicious! I have never tasted anything better than this.” said the Country 
  Mouse.
      Suddenly, they heard some scratching sound. “Run!” yelled the City Mouse. And they ran to 
  the corner as fast as they could. “What’s that?” asked the Country Mouse shaking his 
  body. “A cat. Once he gets you, he’ll eat you up. ” said the City Mouse. “This is terrible. 
  I think I will go home. I’d rather have my corn and potatoes in peace than have sugar and 
  cheese in danger.” said the Country Mouse. So the little Country Mouse went back to his home.

八年級

  1. The Fountain of Youth
      There once was a poor brickmaker who lived in the mountains with his wife. He was very old, 
  but he still had to work hard every day.
  “I wish I was still young,” he often told his wife. “When I was young, I could make a thousand 
  bricks in one day. Now, I can only make a few.”
      One day, he happened upon a small spring in the forest. He was very thirsty, and he stopped 
  to drink. After a few sips, he saw his face in the water and was amazed. He was young again!
      He ran home to tell his wife the good news. She was surprised and a little upset. “I’m 
  eighty years old,” she said. “I can’t have a twenty-year-old husband! I must drink from the 
  spring, too!”
      The very next morning, the brickmaker’s wife ran to the spring and drank some of the water. 
  Suddenly, her skin became smooth, and her gray hair turned golden yellow.
  “I’m young again!” she cried. But then she became greedy. “If I drink more, maybe I can 
  become even younger and more beautiful!” She dipped her hand into the spring and drank again and 
  again.
      Many hours passed, and the brickmaker became worried. Finally, he went to look for her. When 
  he reached the spring, he saw his wife’s clothes on the ground. Next to the clothes, there was a 
  baby.
      Right away, the brickmaker knew what happened. Sadly, he picked up the baby and took her 
  home. “Oh, my poor wife,” he said. “Why were you so greedy?”

  2.The Emperor and the Nightingale
      There once was an emperor who loved beautiful things. One day, he read about the music of the 
  nightingale. The book said that nothing was lovelier than the nightingale’s song.
      The emperor sent some men into the forest to find the nightingale. When they returned, the 
  emperor was disappointed. The nightingale was just a plain, brown bird. Then she began to sing. 
  Her song was so beautiful that it brought tears to the emperor’s eyes. “Lovely nightingale,” 
  he said, “I must give you a gift. What do you wish for?” “ You gave me enough already,” said  
  the nightingale. “I saw tears in an emperor’s eyes. That is enough.”
      The nightingale remained with the emperor and sang for him each night. One day, though, 
  someone sent the emperor a box. Inside the box was a mechanical nightingale.
      The new nightingale sang just like the real one, but it was covered with colorful jewels. 
  When it sang, its tail moved and the jewels shone. The emperor was pleased with this gift, and he 
  sent the real nightingale back to the forest.
      The mechanical nightingale sang beautifully day and night. One day, though, it stopped 
  working. The emperor was very sad. He became sick, and everyone thought he would die.
  “If I could hear the nightingale again, I would get better,” said the emperor. Suddenly, he 
  heard some marvelous music . The rear nightingale was singing at his window. Her song cured him, 
  and he became strong again.
      After that day, the emperor treasured the real nightingale. He put away the mechanical bird 
  and never looked at it again. 

  3.The Hasty Merchant
      There once was a merchant who lived in the country. He sold pots at a big market in the city. 
  Each day, he woke up early and rode his horse to the market.
      The horse enjoyed these daily trips very much. The trip took two hours, but they traveled 
  slowly and the scenery was beautiful.
      One day, however, the merchant grew tired of the long trips. “Going slowly wastes time,” he 
  said. “I want to get to the market quickly. Then I can sell more pots and make more money!”
      The next morning, he made his horse run fast. The road was rough and one of the horse’s 
  shoes came off, but the merchant refused to slow down. “I’m saving so much time!” he said, and 
  he made his horse run faster and faster.
      Halfway to the city, the merchant stopped at a well to get a drink of water. A woman saw the 
  horse was missing a shoe. “Sir,” she said to the merchant, “your horse is missing a shoe. He 
  might injure his foot. There is a blacksmith in my village. He can put a shoe on your horse’s 
  foot.” “No, I can’t delay,” said the merchant, and he raced off. Suddenly, the horse stepped 
  on a sharp stone. The stone cut deep into his foot, and he could run no more.
      When the merchant saw what happened, he was very sorry. “I only wanted to save time,” he 
  said. “But now I won’t get to the market at all. I wasted the whole day, and I hurt my faithful 
  friend.”

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