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新实用英语读写译教程(第1册)(21世纪高职高专精品教材·英语系列;“十二五”职业教育国家规划立项教材)

作  者:张华志 邱立志 总主编 郭晶晶 蒋阳建主编 著

出版时间:2014-09-12 字  数:200 千字
书  号:197845 ISBN:978-7-300-19784-5
页  数:134 包  装:平装
印  次:1-6 译 者:

所属分类: 外语分社>> 图书中心>> 外语部分类>> 高职高专、中职中专英语教材>> 21世纪实用英语

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《新实用英语读写译教程》主要体现三个方面的内容,阅读部分培养精读和泛读能力,精读部分含有两篇主题一致的主课文,配以综合训练,泛读部分含有三篇内容主题与主课文主题一致或者接近的阅读短文;写作设计了写作指导和写作练习,主要是应用写作和短文写作,培养学生日常应用能力;翻译部分由翻译技巧和翻译练习组成,训练学生英汉语言转换的能力。本书为读写译教程第1册,话题涉及交朋友、介绍、电脑、能源等贴近学生生活、工作的话题。

作者简介

张华志,山西建筑职业技术学院教授,研究方向为应用语言学与英语教学。兼任山西职业技术教育外语教学专业委员会会长、山西职业技术教育学会常务理事、中国职业教育科学委员会理事、中国教育学会教学委员会委员。受聘于多所高校客座教授、教学督导。从事外语教学40多年,发表学术论文40余篇;出版专著、编著、译著多部。主编各类教材百余部。承担省部级科研项目多项,并获得国家个人专利二等奖一项。
邱立志,广州行政学院教授,长期在本科和专科学校从事公共英语和专业英语教学工作,研究领域包括语言教学策略、跨文化交际、第二语言习得等。

章节目录

Unit 1
Part Ⅰ INTEGRATED COURSE
Text A Making Friends (1)
Text B Making Friends (2)
Part Ⅱ READING TRAINING
Dining Manners
PART III Workplace Context
New Faces
Part IV Writing Work
Card Making (Ⅰ)
PART V TRANSLATION SKILLS
Unit 2
Part I INTEGRATED COURSE
Text A Touring in London
Text B New York City
PART II READING TRAINING
A New Island for Iceland
PART III Workplace Context
Around the Offic
Part IV Writing Work
Card Making (Ⅰ)
PART V TRANSLATION SKILLS
Unit 3
Part I INTEGRATED COURSE
Text A Computer
Text B Computer and Privacy
PART II READING TRAINING
Dell’s Story
PART III Workplace Context
Routines
Part IV Writing Work
Message Writing (Ⅰ)
PART V TRANSLATION SKILLS
Unit 4
Part I INTEGRATED COURSE
Text A A Jazz King
Text B The Youngest Painter in the World
PART II READING TRAINING
The Hidden Power
PART III Workplace Context
Office Work
Part IV Writing Work
Message Writing (Ⅱ)
PART V TRANSLATION SKILLS
Test 1
Unit 5
Part I INTEGRATED COURSE
Text A The Other Woman in My Life (1)
Text B The Other Woman in My Life (2)
PART II READING TRAINING
Swimming
PART III Workplace Context
Office Regulations
Part IV Writing Work
Notices and Annoucements
PART V TRANSLATION SKILLS
Unit 6
Part I INTEGRATED COURSE
Text A Energy in Your Life
Text B New Renewable Energy
PART II READING TRAINING
An Age of Electricity
PART III Workplace Context
Job Descriptions
Part IV Writing Work
Poster and Playbill
PART V TRANSLATION SKILLS
Unit 7
Part I INTEGRATED COURSE
Text A Life Is a Marathon (1)
Text B Life Is a Marathon (2)
PART II READING TRAINING
A Day I’ll Never Forget
PART III Workplace Context
Getting Visitors
Part IV Writing Work
Making up a Résumé ( Ⅰ )
PART V TRANSLATION SKILLS
Unit 8
Part I INTEGRATED COURSE
Text A The Rose
Text B Santa Claus: The True Story
PART II READING TRAINING
Thanksgiving Day
PART III Workplace Context
On the Phone
Part IV Writing Work
Making Up a Résumé ( Ⅱ )
PART V TRANSLATION SKILLS
Test 2
Exercise book
Appendix 1 Glossary
Appendix 2 Model Test for Practical English Test for Colleges(Level B
Appendix 3 Model Test for PETS(Level One)

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Part I INTEGRATED COURSE
Text A Making Friends (1)
Though people may want to know some new friends, they often feel awkward talking to strangers, especially those from countries other than their own. Many people are hesitant to speak with people that they do not know well or people who are outside their previous experiences. In addition, people often do not know what to talk about to strangers or how to keep the conversation moving.
If you want to know new friends, one important piece of advice is this: Make the first move yourself. It is common and acceptable to start conversations, even with strangers or casual acquaintances. Don’t wait around for others to talk to you. Start a conversation yourself. Ask questions. Show that you are interested in getting to know them. Of course, not every conversation will result in friendship, but if you don’t start conversations, you will have much less chance of making friends.
If someone seems friendly but you have only exchanged greetings, try starting a conversation. There are a number of possible subjects for casual conversation. For example, people may like to talk about their work if they are employed, their classes and majors if they are students.
You should also be prepared to answer questions in a conversation. For example, if you are a student, be prepared to talk briefly and generally about your major, your classes, and your future plans. In addition, it is helpful to keep up with current events—what is going on in your school, your local area, the country, and so on—and be able to talk about them.
When you ask questions in a conversation, don’t skip around from one topic to another (though finding a topic to talk about may provide a few questions). Follow up one question with a related one. Of course, you do not need to continue with a subject if the other person’s answers indicate that he/she is not interested in discussing it.

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