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  • 新编英语教程(英语专业用修订版4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(2000年6月1日)
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  • ISBN:9787810467827

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    《新编英语教程(英语专业用修订版4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
    TEXT Ⅰ
    This Year It's Going to Be Different
    TEXT Ⅱ
    My Financial Career
    ORAL WORK
    GUIDED WRITING
    LISTENING COMPREHENSION
    On the Doorstep

    Unit 2
    TEXT Ⅰ
    A Englishes
    B Stop Being Coy
    TEXT Ⅱ
    Two Languages or One?
    ORAL WORK
    GUIDED WRITING
    LISTENING COMPREHENSION
    Laughter A Language Everyone Understands

    Unit 3
    TEXT Ⅰ
    Salvation
    TEXT Ⅱ
    The Rumor
    ORAL WORK
    GUIDED WRITING
    LISTENING COMPREHENSION
    Kate and Jancsi

    Unit 4
    TEXT Ⅰ
    Writing Between the Lines
    TEXT Ⅱ
    Handling the Knowledge Explosion
    ORAL WORK
    GUIDED WRITING
    LISTENING COMPREHENSION
    The Love Letter

    Unit 5
    TEXT Ⅰ
    Network Designer Tim Berners-Lee
    TEXT Ⅱ
    Angels on the Internet
    ORAL WORK
    GUIDED WRITING
    LISTENIN6 COMPREHENSION
    Robert Noyce: Microchip

    Unit 6
    TEXT Ⅰ
    Predators, Parasites and Other Relationships
    TEXT Ⅱ
    Slaughter of the Elephants
    ORAL WORK
    GUIDED WRITING
    LISTENING COMPREHENSION
    Trees That Tell Stories
    Unit 7
    TEXT Ⅰ
    A Sunrise on the Veld
    TEXT U
    Tiny Killers on the March
    ORAL WORK
    GUIDED WRITING
    LISTENING COMPREHENSION
    The Female Mosquito

    Unit 8
    TEXT Ⅰ
    Antarctica
    TEXT Ⅱ
    The Underworld
    ORAL WORK
    GUIDED WRITING
    LISTENING COMPREHENSION
    Forty Seconds of Terror

    Unit 9
    TEXT Ⅰ
    The Pearl
    TEXT Ⅱ
    Gold
    ORAL WORK
    GUIDED WRITING
    LISTENING COMPREHENSION
    Kino Goes to the Doctor

    Unit 10
    TEXT Ⅰ
    From Composer to Interpreter to Listener
    TEXT Ⅱ
    The Jazz Scene
    ORAL WORK
    GUIDED WRITING
    LISTENING COMPREHENSION
    Beethoven, A Great Composer

    Unit 11
    TEXT Ⅰ
    A Friend in Need
    TEXT Ⅱ
    The Dinner Party
    ORAL WORK
    GUIDED WRITING
    LISTENING COMPREHENSION
    The Escaped Lunatic

    Unit 12
    TEXT Ⅰ
    University Days
    TEXT Ⅱ
    The Aim of a University Education
    ORAL WORK
    GUIDED WRITING
    LISTENING COMPREHENSION
    Education

    Unit 13
    TEXT Ⅰ
    Dolly's False Legacy
    TEXT Ⅱ
    The Biotech Century
    ORAL WORK
    GUIDED WRITING
    LISTENING, COMPREHENSION
    Seed of Controversy

    Unit 14
    TEXT Ⅰ
    Water, Water Everywhere
    TEXT Ⅱ
    A Near-Disaster in Space
    ORAL WORK
    LISTENING COMPREHENSION
    The Space Program: Is It Worth It?

    Unit 15
    TEXT Ⅰ
    Gettysburg Addresses
    TEXT Ⅱ
    Abraham Lincoln and the American Civil War
    ORAL WORK
    GUIDED WRITING
    LISTENING COMPREHENSION
    Benjamin Franklin(1706 - 1790)
    A Sample Test
    Answers and Tapescripts for the Sample Test
    Key to the Workbook

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    Gossip can be gracious and kindly and as often affected by good will as by rancour.
    Try to imagine, for instance, a village where there is no gossip. Every citizen in it is,to use a common expression, minding his own business, never caring to see what anyone elseis doing. In such a place, there would probably be no charities, no getting together, noluncheon clubs, no sewing bees, no Rotary, no Parent-Teacher Associations, and in fact,no local news, for news is nothing but verified gossip.
    News is verified gossip and history is verified news- verified in the unlimited passageof time, for this verification may take a few hours or a few thousand years. Scholars todayare endlessly checking the legendary accounts of the victories of Genghis Khan or seeking toreconcile conflicting testimony as to the exact words of Jesus. For we know that a great dealof unverified gossip slips into history's pages, to linger there for generations until thediscovery of lost evidence brings us closer to the truth.
    It is inevitable that this should be so. Stories which are passed from ,father to son maybe intentionally altered to suit the age or the taste of the listener, without intent to distort;or they may be told with accuracy, but inaccurately heard, and still more inaccuratelyrepeated.