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  • 作者:胡全生(编者),郑树棠(丛书主编)
  • 出版社:外语教学与研究出版社;第2版(2011年3月1日)
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    《新视野大学英语读写教程3(教师用书)(第2版)》为普通高等教育“十一五”国家级规划教材之一。

    目录

    Unit 1
    Part I Understanding and Learning
    Section A
    Seqtion B
    Part II Key to Exercises
    Part III Reading Passage Translation

    Unit 2
    Part I Understanding and Learning
    Section A
    Section B
    Part II Key to Exercises
    Part III Reading Passage Translation

    Unit 3
    Part I Understanding and Learning
    Section A
    Section B
    Part II Key to Exercises
    Part III Reading Passage Translation

    Unit 4
    Part I Understanding and Learning
    Section A
    Section B
    Part II Key to Exercises
    Part III Reading Passage Translation

    Unit 5
    Part I Understanding and Learning
    Section A
    Section B
    Part II Key to Exercises
    Part III Reading Passage Translation

    Unit 6
    Part I Understanding and Learning
    Section A
    Section B
    Part II Key to Exercises
    Part III Reading Passage Translation

    Unit 7
    Part I Understanding and Learning
    Section A
    Section B
    Part II Key to Exercises
    Part III Reading Passage Translation

    Unit 8
    Part I Understanding and Learning
    Section A
    Section B
    Part II Key to Exercises
    Part III Reading Passage Translation

    Unit 9
    Part I Understanding and Learning
    Section A
    Section B
    Part II Key to Exercises
    Part III Reading Passage Translation

    Unit 10
    Part I Understanding and Learning
    Section A
    Section B
    Part II Key to Exercises
    Part III Reading Passage Translation
    Appendix
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    During Franklin's times in colonial America, the severe winters would make it extremely cold in people's houses. Not only was this a result of poor insulation, but homes back then were built purely of wood. Many colonists counteracted this problem of cold spells by building open fires inside. Indeed, this was tremendously dangerous and harmful to the welfare of both families and their dwellings. Franklin rectified this unsafe method of heating by inventing the iron furnace stove, also known as the Franklin stove. The appliance allowed people to warm their homes less dangerously and with less wood.