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  • 新编英语教程3(教师用书)(第3版)[平装]
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  • 作者:梅德明(编者),李观仪(丛书主编)
  • 出版社:上海外语教育出版社;第1版(2012年7月1日)
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  • ISBN:9787544627238

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    《新编英语教程3(教师用书)(第3版)》强调夯实语言基本功,兼顾情感态度、学习策略和文化意识培养,致力于提高学生独立思考、分析解决问题的能力。配备大量形式多样练习,注重实效,循序渐进,全面提高学生综合语言技能。

    目录

    Unit1
    Unit2
    Unit3
    Unit4
    Unit5
    Unit6
    Unit7
    Unit8
    Unit9
    Unit10
    Unit11
    Unit12
    Key to the Workbook

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    Hundred Years' War which continued on and off until 1453.Early in the conflict the Englishcrushed the French,but by the end of Edward's reign the French had reconquered almost all theterritory Edward had won.Fighting between the two countries continued in the fourteenth andthe fifteenth century.During King Henry Vlll's reign (1509-1547),England again invaded Franceand expanded its holdings around Calais.From 1689 to 1815 there was a series of conflicts between Britain and France for domination ofthe North American continent.The principal objective of the British government was to drivethe French out of North America once and for all.The maritime and colonial struggle betweenBritain and France for world empire and trade,which began in 1689,lasted until the final defeatof Napoleon at Waterloo in 1815.It was about this time that the long duel between Britain andFrance was over.
    The Channel Tunnel ProjectThe Channel Tunnel Project is the scheme for an under-ocean tunnel linking Britain and Francewhich has been discussed on governmental levels for almost 200 years.The first proposal for a Channel Tunnel came in 1802 from a French engineer.Napoleonshowed interest,but the renewal of the war suspended the question,which,however,was takenup again and again throughout the nineteenth century.The proponents of the project weregenerally French,with the British government holding off for security reasons.In the early 1880s,digging actually began near Folkestone,Kent,England,and Sangatte,France.A pilot tunnel 2000 yards long was bored from the English side before a rage from the press overthe alleged threat to Britain's security caused the British government to cancel the project.The defence considerations remained decisive until the 1950s,when the missile age madeit appear obsolete.The Channel Tunnel Study Group was formed and it published in 1960a proposal for a rail tunnel from Folkestone to Calais.In 1964 the two governments agreed toproceed with a rail tunnel.After frequent extensions of the estimated completion date,with costsconstantly rising,the British government cancelled the project early in 1975,leaving two anda half kilometres of preliminary digging on both sides of the Channel.In 1978 the matter of aChannel crossing was again raised.At long last,construction began again in December 1987,and after seven years of unremittingtoil,the Chunnel was completed at the cost of 13.5 billion dollars.