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中西文化对比教程(新视界商务英语系列教材)

作  者:刘春芳 著

出版时间:2017-06-23 字  数:322 千字
书  号:244020 ISBN:978-7-300-24402-0
页  数:134 包  装:平装
印  次:1-1 译 者:

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本教材按照专题不同,将教材分为八大模块,即中西神话对比、中西宗教对比、中西思维对比、中西文学对比、中西艺术对比、中西语言对比、中西习俗对比、中西社会生活对比。教师以问题为导向进行教学,通过确定每节课的讲授主题、拟解决的主要问题,形成按照主题、问题为框架的授课方式。本教材的编写旨在建构并实践《中西文化对比》课程的翻转课堂教学模式与评价体系,以打破传统的“满堂灌”、“一言堂”的教师为主、学生为辅的单一授课模式。翻转课堂强调学生在学习活动中的独立性、参与性与差异性,重视学生作为独立个体在教学活动中自主性的发挥,促进了学生对文化的理解认知和知识内化。

作者简介

刘春芳,山东工商学院外国语学院教授,博士,学科带头人。山东省外国文学研究会副会长,中国海洋大学特聘外国语言文学专业硕士生导师,《山东外语教学》审稿专家。杨银玲,山东工商学院外国语学院讲师,研究领域:西方文化及翻译。杜晓,山东工商学院外国语学院副教授,研究领域:翻译理论与实践。

章节目录

Chapter One The Contrast of Chinese and Western Myths
Section One The Contrast of Chinese and Western Creation Myths
Section Two The Contrast of Chinese and Western Heroes
Section Three The Contrast of Chinese and Western Goddesses
Chapter Two The Contrast of Chinese and Western Religions
Section One The Contrast of the Origin of Chinese and Western Religions
Section Two The Contrast of the Connotations of Chinese and Western Religions
Section Three The Contrast of the Influences of Chinese and Western Religions
Chapter Three The Contrast of Chinese and Western Ways of Thinking
Section One The Contrast of Chinese and Western Philosophies
Section Two The Contrast of Chinese and Western Medicine
Section Three The Contrast of Chinese and Western Science
Chapter Four The Contrast of Chinese and Western Literature
Section One The Contrast of Chinese and Western Poetry
Section Two The Contrast of Chinese and Western Drama
Section Three The Contrast of Chinese and Western Fiction
Chapter Five The Contrast of Chinese and Western Arts
Section One The Contrast of Chinese and Western Paintings
Section Two The Contrast of Chinese and Western Architecture
Section Three The Contrast of Chinese and Western Music
Chapter Six The Contrast of Chinese and Western Language
Section One The Contrast of Chinese and Western Characters
Section Two The Contrast of Chinese and Western Grammars
Section Three The Contrast of Chinese and Western Language Expression
Chapter Seven The Contrast of Chinese and Western Customs and Habits
Section One The Contrast of Chinese and Western Cuisines
Section Two The Contrast of Chinese and Western Holidays
Section Three The Contrast of Chinese and Western Weddings and Funerals
Chapter Eight The Contrast of Chinese and Western Social Lives
Section One The Contrast of Chinese and Western Entertainments
Section Two The Contrast of Chinese and Western Education
Section Three The Contrast of Chinese and Western Sports

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Chapter One The Contrast of Chinese and Western Myths
Section One The Contrast of Chinese and Western Creation Myths
I. Learning Objectives
1. To know the main characters and plots of Chinese and Western creation myths
2. To make a comparison and contrast between Chinese and Western creation myths and to summarize their infl uences upon Chinese and Western cultures
II. Key Points and Difficult Points
1. To summarize the similarities of Western creation myths and the relations with other aspects of Western culture
2. To summarize the similarities of Chinese creation myths and the relations with other aspects of Chinese culture
3. To compare and contrast Chinese and Western creation myths
III. Lead-in Questions
1. What are the differences of the characters between the Chinese and Western creation myths?
2. Are there any differences between Chinese and Western cultural origins? If so, what are they?
3. What is the connection between the shaping of cultural characters and creation myths?
IV. Learning Contents
1. Creation myths in ancient Greece
In ancient Greece, some people began telling stories to explain the mysteries of life. Over much time, the stories grew rich and imaginative. The storytellers actually wove in their customs, beliefs and theories about life, death, and the wonders of nature. The myths were about gods and goddesses, fearful monsters, brave heroes, and mysterious beauties.
According to mythology, the gods and goddesses looked and acted like human. They married each other. They laughed, loved, quarreled and fought with each other. But they were immortal. They lived forever because a fl uid called ichor—not blood—fl owed through their veins.
The mightiest of the gods and goddesses lived in a golden palace on Olympus—a mountain so high, the top was hidden by clouds. They feasted an ambrosia and nectar—the food and drink of the gods. And whenever they wished, they could change shape and speed down to earth, to mingle with the mortals. The awesome Olympians earned their thrones on Olympus. They fought a fi erce battle and won.
This is the story of how it happened. In the very beginning, there was a dark space named Chaos and Gaea. The Earth grew out of this dark space and later Gaea gave birth to Uranus, the Sky. Uranus rained down on young Gaea, and plants, animals, and rivers appeared.
Gaea became Mother Earth, mother of all living things—and mother of the fi rst gods.
Gaea and Uranus had many children. Their fi rst born were the twelve giant Titans, six girls and six boys. Later, more children were born. Three were the mighty Cyclopes—strong, one-eyed giants. Three were the Hecatoncheires—monsters each with a hundred arms and fi fty heads. Uranus hated the Cyclopes and the Hecatoncheires, because they were ugly. He threw them into Tartarus—the deepest pit in the Underworld.

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