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  • 作者:戴炜栋(编者),俞东明(编者),李华东(编者)
  • 出版社:上海外语教育出版社;第2版(2011年4月1日)
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    《新世纪高等院校英语专业本科生系列教材(修订版):写作教程(3)?教师用书(第2版)》是普通高等教育“十一五”国家级规划教材。

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    Unit 1 FIRST.PERSON NARRATION 
    Unit 2 7HIRD.PERSON NARRATION 
    Unit 3 DESCRIPTION OF A PLACE 
    Unit 4 DESCRIPTION OF A,PERSON 
    Unit 5 0NTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATIVE COMPETENCE:DESCRIBING SCENIC SPOTS 
    Unit 6 EXPOSIxION BY EXAMPLE AND DEFINITION 
    Unit 7 EXPOSITIONrJBY PROCESS AND CAUSE.EFFECT
    Unit 8 EXPOSITION BY DIVlSION.CLASSIFICATION AND COMPARISON.CONTRAST
    Unit 9 COHESIVE DEVICES(1):LOGICAL AND GRAMMATICAL COHESION
    Unit 10 COHESIVE DEVICES(2):LEXlCAL COHESION 
    Unit 11 ARGUMENTATION(1) 
    Unit 12 ARGUMENTATION(2)
    Unit 13 ARGUMENTAT.oN(3) 
    Unit 14 SYNOPSIS 
    Unit 15 BOOK REPORT
    Unit 16 FORMAL LETTERS
    Unit 17 TERM PAPER 
    Unit 18 INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION:REGISTER VARIATION AND THOUGHT PATTERNS

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    My first experience with a carnival ride was a Fen-is wheel at a local fair. Looking at that loom-ing monstrosity spinning the life out of its sardine-caged occupants, I was dumbstruck. It washuge, smoky, noisy and not a little intimidating. Ever since that initial impression became fossil-ized in my imagination many years ago, these rides have reminded me of mythical beasts, amazingdinosaurs carrying off their screaming passengers like sacrificial virgins. Even the droning sound of their engines brings to mind the great roar of a fire-breathing dragon with smoke spewing from itsexhaust-pipe nostrils.
    The first ride on one of these fantastic beasts gave me an instant rash of adrenaline. Asthe death-defying ride started, a lump in my throat pulsed like a dislodged heart ready to walk the plank. As the ride gained speed, the resistance to gravity built up against my body until I was unable to move. An almost imperceptible pause as the wheel reached the top of its climb allowed my body to relax in a brief state of normalcy. Then there was an assault of stomach-turning weightlessness as the machine continued its rotation and I descended back toward the earth. A cymbal-like crashvibrated through the air as the wheel reached bottom, and much to my surprise I began to rise again.
    Each new rotation gave me more confidence in the churning machine. Every ascent left meelated that I had survived the previous death-defying fall. When another nerve-wracking climb failed to follow the last exhilarating descent and the ride was over, I knew I was hooked. Physically and emotionally drained, I followed my fellow passengers down the clanging metal steps to reach the safety of my former footing. I had been spared, but only to have the opportunity to ride again.