— Doris Day
Let’s look at the title “Que, sera, sera”. They are Spanish words. Let’s guess the meaning first. Look at the following choices, which is yours?
A. I will do it B. I can do it. C. Whatever will be, will be D. My future
Question 1 What is your feelings about the song? Question 2 Who do you think is talking in the song?
Which word can best describe your feelings? A. excited B. kind C. sad D. sweet E. emotional F. encouraging G. others: ____________
Enjoying the song
Listen to the first part, and fill in the blanks.
_______ ______ was just a little girl, When I mother I asked my _______ “what will I be?” Will I be ________, will I be ____? pretty rich said Here’s what she ______ to me. Que, sera sera, Whatever __________ will be, will be. ours The future’s not ______ to see. Que, sera sera, What will be, will be.
“The future’s not ours to see” means: _____ A A.We can’t predict the future. B. We are anxious to see the future. C. The future is not ours, so we can’t see it.
Can you still remember the questions you asked your mother when you were little children? And what did your mother answer?
What happened when the girl became a beautiful lady? Can you guess?
fall in love sweetheart
Listen to the second part, and correct the mistakes.
(There is only one mistake in each line.)
When I grew up and felt in love, I asked my darling what lies ahead.
Will we have sunshine, day after day？
Here’s what my sweetheart answered.
Listen to the third part and put the sentences in the correct order.
( 4 ) I tell them tenderly.
( 2 ) They ask their mother “what will I be?
( 1 ) Now I have children of my own, ( 3 ) Will I be handsome, will I be rich?
Could you help the mother answer her children’s question?
Que sera sera Whatever will be, will be The future’s not ours to see Que sera sera
Pay attention to the pronunciation skills such as liaison( ) and incomplete plosion( ↓ ). When I was just a little girl,
I asked my mother “what will I be?”
Here’s what she said to me. I asked my sweetheart what lies ahead. The future’s not ours to see.
↓ ↓ ↓
1. Follow the tape and practice singing the song. 2. Write a dialogue based on the song and act it out. 3. Write a composition to express your thoughts about the song.