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综合英语(第三册)教师用书(全人教育英语专业本科教材系列)

作  者:文旭 金黛莱 著

出版时间:2017-05-24 字  数:430 千字
书  号:242019 ISBN:978-7-300-24201-9
页  数:134 包  装:平装
印  次:1-1 译 者:

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内容简介

本教程是为高等院校英语专业学生编写的综合英语教程。课本内容广泛,涉及日常生活的常见话题,在培养学生听说读写译各项技能的同时,也关注提高学生的人文素养和文化意识,充分体现英语专业教学改革强调的全人教育理念。本教程设计四册学生用书,并配套相应的教师用书。本书是学生用书的同步教师用书,包括背景知识、补充材料、教学建议、课文译文、参考答案等,是教师教学和学生学习的必备用书。

作者简介

顾问,刘润清,北京外国语大学博士生导师,外语教育家。顾问,仲伟合,广东外语外贸大学博士生导师,校长;教育部全国高等学校外语教学指导委员会英语专业教学指导分委员会主任委员。总主编,文旭,教授,西南大学外国语学院院长,博士生导师。北京师范大学博士,北京外国语大学博士后。国务院政府特殊津贴获得者;教育部"新世纪优秀人才支持计划项目"获得者;教育部"优秀青年教师资助计划项目"获得者;重庆市"高等学校优秀中青年骨干教师资助计划项目"获得者。重庆市首批高校中青年骨干教师;第三届重庆市优秀专业技术人才;重庆市学术带头人。西南大学学位评定委员会副主席,西南大学职称评审委员会委员。

章节目录

Unit 1 Language and Culture
Unit 2 Micro-expressions
Unit 3 Culture and Geography
Unit 4 Friends and Friendship
Unit 5 Love and Marriage
Unit 6 Procrastination
Unit 7 Adventures and Explorations
Unit 8 Mysteries
Unit 9 Great Writers
Unit 10 Man and Animals
Unit 11 Beat Generation
Unit 12 Holidaying and Leisure

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Unit Goals
After learning this unit, students should be able to:
— grasp the structural organization of a story and then write one about their own daily
experiences;
—get familiar with the social meanings of dress and its accessories;
—become more aware of the cultural differences in communications.
Background Knowledge
1. Baraawe Koofi
Baraawe Koofi or the Bravanese hat is worn by Somali elders. They also dye their hair with
Henna. The style symbolizes dignity, wisdom and prestige. Sometimes politicians and leaders
mimic the elders and wear these hats.
2. Wahhabi school of thought
Wahhabism (also called Salafism) is a branch of Sunni Islam practiced by those who follow
the teachings of Muhammad ibn Abd-al-Wahhab (1703–1792 C.E.), after whom the movement
is named. Wahhabism is the dominant form of Sunni Islam found in Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, and
Qatar, as well as some pockets of Somalia, Algeria, Palestine, and Mauritania.
Wahhabism is an austere form of Islam that insists on a literal interpretation of the Quran.
Wahhabis see themselves as adherents of the true, authentic Islam, the so-called original
Islam that existed in the time of the Prophet. Wahhabi Islam stresses the importance of exact
conformity to the rituals of Islam and a literal interpretation of the Quran. For example, while
modernist Muslims regard a Quranic penalty such as amputation for theft as appropriate in
the seventh century but inappropriate for today, when an alternative penalty—albeit a severe
alternative—can be substituted. Wahhabis insist on amputation once certain conditions have
been met. Modernists do not believe that the Quran permits men to marry more than one wife
except in extraordinary circumstances; Wahhabis regard this as an absolute right. Modernists
interpret the Quran as prescribing modest dress for both sexes; Wahhabis insist that women
cover their whole bodies. Modernists believe that democracy is consistent with what the Quran
says about how Muslims should govern themselves; Wahhabis believe that those who possess
knowledge should exercise power.
According to some scholars, however, Wahhabism is properly seen as a reform movement
within Islam, rather than a sect.
3. Dress and its symbolic meanings
Dress can be defined as an assemblage of modifications of the body and/or supplements
to the body. Dress, so defined, includes a long list of possible direct modifications of the
body such as coiffed hair, colored skin, pierced ears, and scented breath, as well as an equally
long list of garments, jewelry, accessories, and other categories of items added to the body as
supplements.
Dress may communicate various meanings. Dress may, for example, make a statement
about age, gender, social class or religion. Likewise, the wedding ring a woman wears indicates
her marital status, and the royal crown represents the power of a king or queen. The meanings
communicated by the objectively discernible types and properties of dress depend on each
person’s subjective interpretations of them. Further, meanings a person attributes to various
outward characteristics of dress are based on his/her socialization within a particular cultural
context as well as on the improvisations a person exercises when applying learnt meanings of
dress within specific social situations. This may explain why

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