A child within the heart 每个成人的心中都藏着一个彼得·潘
Step 1 感知·閱读导航
Ⅰ. Viewing activity
Watch a short video and then answer the following questions. If necessary， discuss them with your partners.
1. What is the name of the film？ What type of film is it？
2. Who is the leading character in the film？ Who are the leading characters friends and who is the leading characters enemy？ What is the film mainly about？
3. When you meet with an unpleasant situation， would you like to face it bravely or escape from reality frightenedly？ Would you like to turn to a fantasy novel featuring amazing people and things for a temporary relief？ Why？
Ⅱ. True （T） or false （F）
（ ）1. A book review is a form of literary criticism which is an analysis of a readers clear understanding of a book.
（ ）2. A successful book review usually includes the plot， background information of the author， the topic， writing techniques of the book as well as an evaluation of the content.
（ ）3. A book review often concludes the review with the evaluation of the book.
（ ）4. A book review should be opinion?based， in relevance to the book.
（ ）5. Using a certain quotation from the authors novel will make your article more readable.
1 How would you like to escape the realities of everyday life to a fantasy world with fairies and pirates（海盗）？ How would you feel with so many growing pains surrounding or even swallowing you every day？ Well， you can be immersed（沉浸） in James Matthew Barries book Peter Pan， an adventure novel of some children. It will surely satisfy your curiosity and leave much room for you to rethink these obsessions （困扰）.
2 Peter Pan is playwright and novelist James Matthew Barries most famous work， published both as a play in 1904 and in 1911 as a novel. It tells the story of the magical Peter Pan， who flies into the Darling familys nursery in London one night and persuades the children， Wendy， Michael and John to fly to Neverland with him， where they get caught up in a number of wild adventures. Enriched with their new skill， they are led to the home of the Lost Boys in Neverland. But Captain Hook， the evil leader of the pirates， is determined to wipe out the Lost Boys， and especially the cocky Pan. Therefore， the conflict is on. The adventure thus captures the imagination of children and adults， setting the scene for a classic tale.
3 Barrie was inspired to write the story of Peter by the Davies children， whom Barrie adopted after the death of their parents， Sylvia and Arthur. Their names were used for the names of some of the characters in the story， and the adoption of the Lost Boys by the Darling family is said to have been based on Barries experiences of adopting the Davies children. Barrie created Peter Pan as a story to amuse two of the boys， George and Jack.
4 “All children， except one， grow up.” This is the opening line of both the book and the play. The main theme of the story is the conflict between wanting to remain a child， but knowing that one has to become an adult. Peter Pan is the living and breathing manifestation （體现） of the desire to remain a child forever， without responsibility or cares. He makes decisions based on his desire to remain a child forever， even giving up Wendy and the friendship of the Lost Boys， so that he can stay young and continue to go on wild adventures. Peter represents the desire never to get older and never to mature as a person， but to remain immersed （沉浸） in ones imagination and sense of play.
5 Though some of the values and language are now a bit out of date， Peter Pan by James Matthew Barrie is a must?have book for anyone wanting to escape into the fantasy world of Neverland with the “boy who would never grow up”. Anyone who has an endless childhood and childlike innocence cannot miss the novel. So next time you walk into a book store， just buy one copy and take it home to enjoy.
Step 2 理解·文本解读
Ⅰ. Reading to summarize the gist
What is the genre of this article？ What does it mainly talk about？
Ⅱ. Reading to analyze the structure
Fill in each blank with only one word to best present the structure of the article.
Ⅲ. Reading to understand the novel
Answer the following questions according to the article.
1. What type of novel does Peter Pan belong to？ Who is the author of the novel？ What inspired the author to create the novel？
2. Who are the characters in the novel？ Whats the possible relationship between them？
3. What unique skill makes Peter Pan different from other children？ How does he take advantage of his magic？
4. What danger are the children faced with in Neverland？
5. What mistakes does Peter Pan make in Neverland？ What do you think of his mistakes？
Ⅳ. Reading to get opinions from the author
Complete the following table with only one word for each blank.
Ⅴ. Reading to develop your own ideas
Like Peter Pan， do you also have an endless childhood and childlike innocence of remaining a child while growing up？ Watch another short video and then discuss with your partners about the true meaning of growing up and what lesson you have learned from Peter Pan.
Step 3 运用·读写整合
Recently， Crazy English is organizing a writing competition whose theme is “Read everlasting classics and grow together”. You really want to contribute to the magazine. Please write a book review to the magazine.
1. the name of the book;
2. basic elements of the book;
3. your evaluation of the book.
1. your article should be about 120 words;
2. your article can include some details if necessary.
Read everlasting classics and grow together
Step 4 提升·素養建构
escape the realities of everyday life 逃避日常生活的现实
a fantasy world with fairies and pirates 一个有仙女和海盗的奇幻世界
be immersed in 沉浸在……中
satisfy ones curiosity 满足某人的好奇心
leave much room for sb to do 给某人留下很多的空间做……
get caught up in 深陷于……;被……所困
a number of wild adventures 很多野外/狂热冒险
be enriched with 富含……
be determined to do 下定决心做
wipe out 消灭
capture the imagination of children and adults 捕捉了儿童和成人的想象力
set the scene for a classic tale 为一个经典的故事设定背景
inspire sb to do sth 激励某人做某事
be based on 以……为依据
grow up 长大
make decisions 做决定
give up 放弃
stay young 保持年轻
out of date 过时;落伍
escape into the fantasy world of Neverland 逃避到永无岛的奇幻世界里
an endless childhood and childlike innocence 永存不灭的童年和童心
He makes decisions based on his desire to remain a child forever， even giving up Wendy and the friendship of the Lost Boys， so that he can stay young and continue to go on wild adventures. 他做出的决定基于他想要永远做一个孩子的愿望，他甚至放弃了温迪和迷失男孩们的友谊，这样他就可以不长大，继续进行野外冒险。
【点石成金】本句是一个主从复合句，主句为He makes decisions based on his desire to remain a child forever，句中的based on为过去分词短语作方式状语，to remain a child forever为动词不定式作名词desire的后置定语。even giving up Wendy and the
friendship of the Lost Boys为现在分词作伴随状语。so that引导的是目的状语从句，相当于in order that。