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  • 教师备课参考:英语(7年级下)(配人教版)(博达教师用书)[平装]
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  • 作者:张欣(编者),朱国艳(编者)
  • 出版社:吉林大学出版社;第1版(2010年12月1日)
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  • ISBN:9787560167510

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    张欣,教育类图书撰稿人。曾任北京科技职业学院航空服务学院教师,在校任职期间,工作认真负责,多次获得“优秀辅导员”称号。近年来,出版多部教育类图书——《法国中小学教育特色与借鉴》、《高一英语备课素材》(全日制版)等。

    目录

    Unit 1 Where's your pen pal from?
    Footprints Only
    Good Order
    Clinton Afraid to Be Late
    Impolite Questions for Foreigners
    Culture Differences
    英国历史和文化
    世界名都趣话
    The Star-Spangled Banner
    加拿大习俗拾零
    城市别称英文名
    你了解美国吗?
    china与China
    American Social Customs
    The Rule of Gifts
    Intercultural Communication

    Unit 2 Where's the post office?
    The Gift of Life
    英语国家交通标志
    各国气象名城
    Can You Tell Me How to Get There?
    特别的圣诞节
    Asking for Directions
    Map would help!
    中外文化差异与礼仪
    英语中的酒文化
    What's in a name?
    汉语俗语英译20句
    Home
    美国的饮食

    Unit 3 Why do you like koalas?
    The Rabbit
    西方迷信中的猫
    The Elephant
    含有十二生肖的习语
    与动物名称有关的谚语
    含动物名称的习语
    英译动物成语
    Lion
    Our Biggest Friend on Land
    Seeking for the Animals' Novelties
    Wolves Are Like That
    Humans and Pets
    Elephant
    Elephants
    Giant pandas
    An Unknown Dance
    动物习语大联欢
    Dolphins
    趣话“DOG”
    趣话动物节
    Pets美国宠物
    有关动物的谚语集锦
    ……
    Unit 4 I want to be an actor.
    Unit 5 I'm watching TV.
    Unit 6 It's raining!
    Unit 7 What does he look like?
    Unit 8 I'd like some noodles.
    Unit 9 How was your weekend?
    Unit 10 Where did you go on vacation?
    Unit 11 What do you think of game Shows?
    Unit 12 Don't eat in class

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    In the lace of this sharp criticism, Mr. Clinton was careful to attend future meetings on time. But a few months later, he was late again. Of course, it did not escape the attack of the press. Articles such as "Look at This Guy - late Again" topped the papers again.
    Is this sort of relentless criticism of the president' s tardiness too tough ? Isn' t it a little too fussy to complain about the busy president' s occasional tardiness? Americans don't think so.
    America is a society on a schedule. Whether it' s a personal appointment or a public conference, the starting time should be exact. Those who are late are often considered lazy and inconsiderate and they lose the trust of others. In personal relationships, a friend may be lost, in business, an opportunity.
    The reason why American are so concerned about time is that time is connected to efficiency. In the fast pace of America, people fill their schedules to the limit.
    Nobody can patiently wait for half an hour beyond the designated time, because the next item on the timetable would be affected. Being late means losing opportunities and diminishing efficiency.
    For purposes of my visit to the United States, my American friends planned my schedule as they would do. Sometimes, in one day there would be two meetings in the morning and two meetings in the afternoon. And these meetings were not at the same place; there were considerable distances between appointments.
    After one meeting, | had to get to the next one within half an hour. Once 1 got there, we would exchange "hellos" and then plunge right into the topic at hand without much additional greeting. During the talk, we all looked at our watches now and then in order to determine what other subjects we would discuss in the remaining time.