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  • 英语泛读新教程(第1、2册)(教师用书)[平装]
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  • 作者:唐慧心(编者)
  • 出版社:上海外语教育出版社;第1版(2008年9月1日)
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  • ISBN:9787544608169

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    《英语泛读新教程(第1、2册)(教师用书)》是《英语泛读新教程》的配套用书,《英语泛读新教程(第1、2册)(教师用书)》的编写旨在方便从事英语专业泛读教学的教师们,同时也供学生自学时参考。《英语泛读新教程(第1、2册)(教师用书)》为每一单元提供了相关的背景知识、与课文内容相关的信息以及课后练习的参考答案,使教师在备课中节约一定的时间和精力,并引导学生更深刻的理解课文。

    目录

    Unit Ⅰ Part One A Dog from Nowhere
    PartTwo Welcome to Our Bank
    Unit 2 How Cupid and Psyche Got Married
    Unit 3 Web (I)
    Unit 4 Web(ll)
    Unit 5 Web(ill)
    Unit 6 The False Burton Combs
    Unit 7 What's Beyond?—— Solving Mysteries in Space (I)
    Unit 8 What's Beyond——Solving Mysteries in Space (11)
    Unit 9 Introducing the British
    Unit 10 The Mixture Which Is British
    Unit 11 The Dancers
    Unit 12 The View
    Unit 13 Part One Bill Gates: Before Microsoft Part Two Robert Frost
    Unit 14 A Foreigner Encounters Chinese Food Culture
    Unit 15 The Wise Wife—— Cleverness and Courage (from Iraq)
    Unit 16 Part One Good-Bye, Mr. Blib
    Part Two Shoes in the Shower
    Part Three The Thought Card
    Part Four Swans Mate for Life

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    A Dog from Nowhere
    Hunting is the practice of seeking, following and killing wild animals for consumption or display. Hunting became a sport in medieval Europe, where it was reserved, as far as possible, for the privileged classes by game laws. Falconry and foxhunting became increasingly popular in En- gland in the Middle Ages, and the use of hunting dogs —— hounds, setters, pointers, spaniels, and the like —— became widespread in this period.
    Hunting can be divided into three branches, each of which is defined by the type of instrument used by the hunter. Hunting with weapons (now primarily firearms) is probably the most popular, especially in the United States. Trapping and snaring with deceptive implements is popular in north- ern areas. In coursing (with dogs) and falconry (with hawks) hunters enlist the aid of trained animals. Coursing is especially popular in Britain and Western Europe. Types of hunting are also distinguished by the size of the animal being sought. Big-game hunting is the most glamorous and often the most dangerous. It became a popular sport among Western colonialists in Africa and India during the 19th century, and even today the big-game safari survives. Big-game animals include the moose, caribou, bear, and elk of North America; the reindeer, elk, and wolf of Europe; the tiger, leopard, elephant, and wild goat of Asia; and the antelope, gazelle, zebra, leopard, lion, giraffe, rhinoceros, and elephant of Africa. Small-game hunting, known as "shooting" in Great Britain, focuses on birds such as the quail, partridge, grouse, pheasant, and goose, as well as on such animals as the hare, rabbit, woodchuck, raccoon, and squirrel. Extensive hunting, both commercial and recreational, has made many species of game animals extinct (the passenger pigeon) or nearly extinct (the American bison). Game laws and wildlife refuges in the United States have been de- signed to save game animals and birds from extinction.