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  • 新编英语教程?英语专业用(修订版)1教师用书[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2版(1998年11月1日)
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  • ISBN:9787810464277

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    《新编英语教程·英语专业用(修订版)1教师用书》为普通高等教育“九五”国家级重点教材之一。

    目录

    Unit 1
    MAIN TEACHING POINTS
    1. The simple past and the present perfect contrasted
    2. The past progressive
    3. The past perfect
    LISTENING COMPREHENSION
    A Happy Coincidence

    Unit 2
    MAIN TEACHING POINTS
    The nominal clause used as the object, introduced by
    1./f
    2 wh-word
    3. that
    LISTENING COMPREHENSION
    An Interview for a Job

    Unit 3
    MAIN TEACHING POINTS
    The passive sentence
    1. in the simple present
    2. in the present perfect
    3. in the simple past
    4. in the future
    LISTENING COMPREHENSION
    Plastics

    Unit 4
    MAIN TEACHING POINTS
    1. Modal auxiliaries can ~could and be ab/e to used to express ' ability'
    2. Modal auxiliary have to expressing ' obligation'
    3. Modal auxiliaries can/may used to express pemusslon or request for pemnsston
    4. Modal auxiliary had better expressing advice' or suggestion
    LISTENING COMPREHENSION
    Six Thousand Skirts

    Unit 5
    MAIN TEACHING POINTS
    Indirect speech introduced by a simple present verb
    1. reporting statements
    2. reporting yes-no questions
    3. reporting wh-questions
    LISTENING COMPREHENSION
    A Talk with the Hospital Doctor

    Unit 6
    MAIN TEACHING POINTS
    The adverbial clause of time introduced by
    1. when
    2. before
    3. since
    4. until
    LISTENING COMPREHENSION
    Time to Relax

    Unit 7
    MAIN TEACHING POINTS
    1. The infinitive preceded by a wh-word used as the object
    2. The infinitive used as a postponed object in the pattern It takes (so much time) to do something
    3. The bare infinitive used as the object complement
    4. The -ing participle used as the object in the pattern Would you mind ... 9.
    LISTENING COMPREHENSION
    How to' Books

    Unit 8
    MAIN TEACHING POINTS
    The relative clause introduced by
    1. that (as the subject)
    2. that (as the object of a verb)
    3. who
    4. who(m)
    LISTENING COMPREHENSION
    Home

    Unit 9
    MAIN TEACHING POINTS
    1. Sentences of real conditions
    2. Sentences of unreal conditions related to the present with be in the conditional:clause
    3. Sentences of unreal conditions related to the present with have in the conditional clause
    4. Sentences of unreal conditions related to the present with action verbs in the conditional clause
    LISTENING COMPREHENSION
    Third Time Lucky

    Unit 10
    MAIN TEACHING POINTS
    1. The future progressive
    2. The future perfect
    3. The future perfect progressive
    LISTENING COMPREHENSION
    A Lecture about the Future

    Unit 11
    MAIN TEACHING POINTS
    The nominal clause introduced by
    1. who used as the direct object
    2. (that) used as the object of I don' t think
    3. (that) preceded by an adjective, used as the subject complement
    4. that used as the postponed subject in the pattern It is + adjective + that clause
    LISTENING COMPREHENSION
    English Food

    Unit 12
    MAIN TEACHING POINTS
    The passive sentence
    1. in the present progressive
    2. in the past progressive
    3. in the be going to structure
    4. with a modal auxiliary
    LISTENING COMPREHENSION
    Fresh Water Factories

    Unit 13
    MAIN TEACHING POINTS
    1. Medal auxiliaries may/m/ght used to express ' possibility'
    2. Modal auxiliaries should~ought to expressing 'obligation'
    3. Modal auxiliary would rather expressing 'preference'
    4. Modal auxiliaries must and can't used to express strong probability' and lmposslblhty
    respectively
    LISTENING COMPREHENSION
    Eye and Ear

    Unit 14
    MAIN TEACHING POINTS
    Indirect speech introduced by
    1. a simple present verb reporting past events
    2. a simple past verb reporting questions and answers
    3. a simple past verb reporting a conversation
    LISTENING COMPREHENSION
    Changes in the Village

    Unit 15
    MAIN TEACHING POINTS
    The adverbial clause
    1. of place introduced by where
    2. of condition introduced by unless
    3. of cause introduced by because
    4. of cause introduced by since
    5. of concession introduced by though
    LISTENING COMPREHENSION
    On the Train

    Unit 16
    MAIN TEACHING POINTS
    1.-rag participle used as the object
    2.-tng participle preceded by go
    3.-rag participle used as the subject
    4.-tug participle used as the object of a preposition
    5.-mg participle used as a noun modifier
    6.-rag participle used as the object complement
    7. The infinitive preceded by in order expressing 'purpose'
    LISTENING COMPREHENSION
    Be Your Own Best Friend

    Unit 17
    MAIN TEACHING POINTS
    1. The relative clause introduced by whose
    2. The relative clause introduced by who (m) (as the object of a preposition)
    3. The cleft sentence with attention focused on various sentence elements
    4. The relative clause preceded by a noun which is modified by a superlative
    LISTENING COMPREHENSION
    The Food Industry

    Unit 18
    MAIN TEACHING POINTS
    1. Sentences of unreal conditions making a supposition about the future
    2. Sentences of unreal conditions with past non-facts and present imaginary consequences
    3. Sentences of unreal conditions with past non-facts and past imaginary consequences
    LISTENING COMPREHENSION
    Tracing a Criminal
    A Sample Test
    Answers and Tapeseripts for the Sample Test
    Key to the Worklmok

    文摘

    Time to Relax
    Leisure plays an important part in British life. There are four main reasons for this.
    First of all, people spend less time working now than they used to, mostly due to the introduction ofnew technology in industry. The normal British working week is Monday to Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00p.m., although some people, especially manual workers, regularly work a few hours' overtime eachweek.
    Secondly, all working people get a minimum of two weeks' paid holiday a year, most got three, andpeople in jobs such as teaching even get ten. In addition there are six or more bank holidays a year whenall banks and businesses are closed. In some cases the dates of these national holidays change from yearto year and in different parts of Britain.
    Another reason is that, thanks to modem medicine and higher living standards, people live longernow. This means that after retirement, people have quite a few years of leisure left. Nowadays a muchhigher proportion of the .population is over sixty, but in this group there are more women than men.
    Finally, fewer babies are born each year and the average family in Britain has two children. This isone result of changing social attitudes. For example, many more married women now go out to work. Themoney they earn influences their leisure time. Even married women who do not go out to work have moretime for interesting hobbies because most British homes have washing machines, vacuum cleaners, andother labour saving gadgets.