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成长的风景——美国杰出女性故事选读(高级英语选修课系列教材)

作  者:张燕华 付有龙 著

出版时间:2016-05-25 字  数:222 千字
书  号:227269 ISBN:978-7-300-22726-9
页  数:134 包  装:平装
印  次:1-1 译 者:

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内容简介

本教程作为高等学校“语言文化类”英语拓展教程,融人文教育与英语教育于一体,促进语言学习,拓展文化背景知识,开启智慧,提高人文素养。包括美国历史上40名杰出女性故事,涉及文学、卫生、文化、政治、经济、教育等领域,涵盖了作家、记者、医生、活动家、飞行员等多个职业。

作者简介

张燕华,硕士,北京外国语大学、剑桥大学访问学者,现为潍坊医学院副教授。研究方向为英语教育、英美女性文学及教师发展。在国、内外期刊发表论文、译作多篇,主持参与省部级等各类课题十余项,多次被评为各级“优秀教师”及“教学能手”。

章节目录

Unit 1
A. Mary Lyon, A leader in Women’s Education in the 19th Century
B. Susan B. Anthony, Fighter for Rights for Women
Unit 2
A. Annie Oakley, One of the Most Famous Sharp Shooters in American History
B. Eleanor Creesy, Guider of One of the Fastest Sailing Ships
Unit 3
A. Clara Barton, the Founder of the American Red Cross
B. Elizabeth Blackwell, the First Modern Western Woman Doctor
Unit 4
A. Louisa May Alcott, the Author of Little Women
B. Emily Dickinson, One of America’s Greatest Poets
Unit 5
A. Ida Tarbell, Magazine Writer against One of the Most Powerful Companies
in the World
B. Nellie Bly, Newspaper Reporter Used Unusual Methods to Investigate and
Write About Illegal Activities in New York City
Unit 6
A. Willa Cather, Celebrating Europeans Who Settled in the American Midwest
B. Edith Wharton, a Writer of the Young & Innocent in a Dishonest World
Unit 7
A. Helen Keller, Out of a World of Darkness & Silence, Bringing Hope to Millions
B. Margaret Sanger, Who Led the Fight for Birth Control for Women
Unit 8
A. Bessie Coleman, the First African-American Woman Pilot
B. Anne Morrow Lindbergh, a Famous Pilot and Writer
Unit 9
A. Zora Neale Hurston, One of the Most Recognized Black Women Writers
B. Margaret Mead, Social Scientist with America’s Highest Award for Civilians
Unit 10
A. Georgia O’Keefe, One of the Most Popular and Easily Recognized Artists
B. Martha Graham, Mother of Modern Dance
Unit 11
A. Eleanor Roosevelt, the Most Influential Wife of Any American President
B. Lady Bird Johnson, the Former First Lady, an Environmental Activist Who
Made America More Beautiful
Unit 12
A. Margaret Bourke-White, One of the Leading Photographers of the 20th
Century
B. Diane Arbus, Revolutionary Photographer of Unusual People
Unit 13
A. Katharine Hepburn, an Independent and Intelligent Actress
B. Katharine Graham, a Powerful Media Leader in America
Unit 14
A. Ann Landers, Helping Millions of People Deal with Their Problems
B. Jane Jacobs, Activist Helping Shape the Look and Feel of Cities
Unit 15
A. Betty Friedan, a Leader in the Modern Women’s Rights Movement
B. Susan Sontag, One of America’s Most Influential 20th-Century Thinkers
Appendix: Keys to the Exercises

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Passage A
Mary Lyon, A Leader in Women’s Education in the 19th Century
Vivian Bournazian
[1] During the 19th century, women’s education was not considered important in the United States. Supporters of advanced education for women faced many problems.
[2] States did require each town to provide a school for children, but teachers often were poorly prepared. Most young women were not able to continue on with their education in private
schools. If they did, they often were not taught much except the French language, how to sew clothing, and music.
[3] Mary Lyon felt that women’s education was extremely important. Th rough her lifelong work for education she became one of the most famous women in 19th-century America. She believed that women were teachers both in the home and in the classroom. And, she believed that efforts to better educate young women also served God. If women were better educated, she felt, they could teach in local schools throughout the United States and in foreign countries.
[4] Mary Lyon was born in Buckland1, Massachusetts, in 1797. Her father died when she was only five years old. For Mary, hard work was a way of life. But she later remembered with great pleasure her childhood years in the home where she was born. She ever described what she could see from that house on a hill:

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