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  • 新编英语教程(2):教师用书(修订本)(附CD-ROM光盘1张)[平装]
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  • 作者:李观仪(编者)
  • 出版社:上海外语教育出版社;第1版(2011年10月1日)
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    《新编英语教程(2):教师用书(修订本)》教材共分九级:预备级一一为学生提供最基本的英语语音、语法和词汇知识及其应用方法,是日后熟练掌握英语综合技能的奠基石。本级教材有学生用书、练习册、教师用书。第1至4级——供基础阶段学生使用,每级都有学生用书、练习册、教师用书、MP3录音。第5至6级——供高年级学生使用,每级都有学生用书、练习册、教师用书、MP3录音。第7至8级——供高年级学生使用,每级都有学生用书、练习参考答案。

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    Unit 1 MAIN TEACHING POINTS
    1.The present perfect progressive indicating a finished action
    2.The past progressive indicating a circumstance and the simple past indicating a past event
    3.The past perfect progressive
    4.The I was wondering ifpattern as a polite form of request
    LISENING COMPREHENSl0N
    An American Sightseeing in Athens

    Unit 2 MAIN TEACHING POINTS
    The nominal clause used as
    1.the subject complement introduced by that
    2.the subject complement introduced by a wh-word
    3.the appositive
    4.the Subject introduced by what
    LISTENING COMPREHENSION
    Messages from the Media

    Unit 3 MAIN TEACHING POINTS
    The passive sentence
    1.involving the medal auxiliary have to
    2.converted from the active sentence with a direct and an indirect object
    3.involving the verb phrase/phrasal verb
    4.formed by the They say It is saidpatterns
    LISTENING COMPREHENSION
    Killing Two Birds with One Stone

    Unit 4 MAIN TEACHING POINTS
    M0dal auxiliaries
    1.would+perfect infinitive used to express"unfulfilled wish"
    2.shouldought to+perfect infinitive used to express"unfulfilled obligation"
    3.needn’t+perfect infinitive expressing"unnecessary past actions"
    4.maymight+perfect infinitive used to express"speculations about past actions"
    5.cancould not+perfect infinitive used to express"negative deduction about past actions"
    6.must+perfect infinitive used to express"affirmative deduction about past actions"
    7.may~might as well used with the second person pronoun expressing"suggestions"
    LISENING COMPREHENSION
    Too Many Cats

    Unit 5 MAIN TEACHING PoINTS
    Indirect speech introduced by
    1.a simple past verb reporting a COlTlInand
    2.a simple past verb reporting advice
    3.a simple present verb reporting a request
    4.a simple present verb reporting a reminder
    5.a simple present verb reporting a question
    liseNINC COMPREHENSl0N
    Telephone Calls

    Unit 6 MAIN TEACHING POINTS
    The adverbial clause
    1.of purpose introduced by SO that
    2.of result introduced by SOthat
    3.of concession introduced by no matter+wh.word/even if
    4.of comparison introduced by than
    5.of comparison in the the morethe morepattern
    USTENING COMPREHENSl0N
    Vitamins

    Unit 7 MAIN TEACHING PoINlls
    1.The-ing participle used as the object of remember.forget and stop
    The infinitive used as the object of remember,forget and stop
    2.The infinitive used as a noun modifier preceded byfor and its logical subject
    3.The infinitive used as the postponed object in the introductory it construction
    4.The-ing participle used as the object of a preposition
    USTENING COMPREHENSl0N
    Pigeons

    Unit 8 MAIN TEACHING POINTS
    1.The relative clause introduced by when
    2.The relative clause introduced by where
    3.The relative clause preceded by the way(in which)
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    Unit 9 MAIN TEACHING POINTS
    Unit 10 MAIN TEACHING POINTS
    Unit 11 MAIN TEACHING POINTS
    Unit 12 MAIN TEACHING POINTS
    Unit 13 MAIN TEACHING POINTS
    Unit 14 MAIN TEACHING P01NTS
    Unit 15 MAIN 1EACHING POINTS
    Unit 16 MAIN TEACHING POINTS
    Unit 17 MAIN TEACHING POONTS
    Unit 18 MAIN TEACHING POINTS
    A Sample Test
    Answers and Tapescripts for the Sample Test
    Key to the Workbook

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    There is no doubt that many scientific and technological developments will have taken place by the time the writers of the 2030s sit down to look forward another years to speculate on life in the 2080s.By that time,perhaps cars will be running on hydregen taken from the ocean.Perhaps we will all be liv-ing in automatically controlled homes,and carrying portable telelphones with US wherever we go.Perhaps the world’S energy crisis will have become history,with the successful application of nuclear fusion.Most probably we will be entertained by three-dimensional television,and we will all be living for one hundr~and twenty years.Other,yet unimagined,changes may lie beyond the horizon awaiting to take US all by surprise.Whatever form these changes take.the face of life in the future will certainly be significandy di自ferent.
    Yet,speaking as one who has the advantage of being able to look back more than fifty years,I look forward to the future with confidence,because,in spite of all the changes,I predict that human beings will still be able to exercise choice in deciding how to rdn their lives.
    Looking back fifty years,we can see enormous changes.In the 1930s there were many people in the world who had never seen a car or listened to a radio.A television set Was still a technological dream.The moon was untroubled by man and his missiles,and its back was,still an unseen mystery.Nuclear re-actions existed only in theoretical physics,and to fly the Atlantic from one continent to another Was an adventure experienced by few.However,if we were suddenly transported back in time fifty years,I doubt if we would have any great problems settling into the pattern of the everyday life of the 1930s.
    Similarly,it seems to me that fifty years from now people will choose to keep the principles and val-ues that they have always believed in.New inventions in the future may change the pattern of life,but the human mind that guides it will not alter.