关注微信

推荐商品

    加载中... 正在为您读取数据...
分享到:
  • 理工职场英语(教师用书)[平装]
  • 共1个商家     13.60元~13.60
  • 作者:威廉姆斯(Williams.I.)(作者)
  • 出版社:上海外语教育出版社;第1版(2009年4月1日)
  • 出版时间:
  • 版次 :
  • 印刷时间:
  • 包装:
  • ISBN:9787544610339

  • 商家报价
  • 简介
  • 评价
  • 加载中... 正在为您读取数据...
  • 商品描述

    编辑推荐

    《理工职场英语(教师用书)》选材均为理工职场中核心的话题,包括:研究与开发、设计与测试、建设与生产、质量监控与操作、维护与管理。教师用书对课堂教学步骤进行了详尽的指导,并提供了所有练习、单元测试的答案和录音文字。

    作者简介

    作者:(美国) 威廉姆斯 (Williams.I.)

    目录

    Introduction
    Teacher's Notes
    Additional Materials
    Additional Activities
    Unit 1
    Unit 2
    Unit 3
    Unit 4
    Unit 5

    Reading Resources
    Unit 1
    Unit 2
    Unit 3
    Unit 4
    Unit 5

    Writing Resources
    Unit 1
    Unit 2
    Unit 3
    Unit 4
    Unit 5

    Unit Tests
    Unit 1
    Unit 2
    Unit 3
    Unit 4
    Unit 5
    Tests Answer Key
    Audio Script

    序言

    教育部最新颁布的《大学英语课程教学要求》提出:“大学英语的教学目标是培养学生的英语综合应用能力,特别是听说能力,使他们在今后学习、工作和社会交往中能用英语有效地进行交际。”大学生要在今后学习、工作和社会交往中能用英语有效地进行交际,除了掌握听、说、读、写等基本英语语言技能外,很有必要学习相关的专业英语知识。经过广泛的市场调研及分析,我社与圣智学习出版公司合作出版了这套“职场英语选修教程系列”(Professional English),以满足大学生的实际需求。
    与仅注重阅读和专业词汇的传统专业英语教材不同,该系列教程将专业知识融入真实的职场情景中,旨在培养职场英语交际能力,使大学生在未来的英语职场中能脱颖而出。整个系列包括四种教程:《成功职场英语》(English for Professional Success),《商务职场英语》(English for Business),《人文职场英语》(English for the Humanities)和《理工职场英语》(English for Science and Engineering)。其中,《成功职场英语》包括申请工作、写简历、组织会议、演示等普通职场话题及申请国外硕士课程等继续深造方面的话题,适合各专业学生学习使用;其他各教程则以商务、人文、理工等专业的话题为主线进行编写,适合相关专业学生学习使用。
    各教程均由5个单元组成,每单元6课,各单元围绕一个主题展开,每个单元后有一个Team Project。所选内容为真实职场环境中的交际话题,可以激发学生的学习兴趣,提高学习积极性。训练形式多样化,旨在培养听、说、读、写技能,促使学生掌握职场环境中的种种英语交际能力。书后为每个单元配备了复习题、附加活动、阅读材料、写作材料和单元测试,丰富了学习内容。此外,还提供了语法要点、专业词汇表,方便学生查阅。
    各教程均配有教师用书。

    文摘

    插图:


    Discuss which of the phrases in Exercises b and c are more formal and which are more informal and idiomatic. Ask students if there are similar idiomatic expressions in their own languages for talking about a person's abilities and knowledge.
    Ask students to think about their own field of study or work and make a quick assessment of their level of knowledge in certain areas. Have them use the expressions from Exercises b and c to write a series of sentences describing their level of knowledge, expertise, skill, etc., or lack thereof. Have students compare and discuss their sentences with a classmate. Then ask individual students to read their sentences aloud or tell the rest of the class what their partners told them. For further practice of adjective-preposition combinations, see Grammar Resource in SB, page 133. Remind students of the four conversations that they heard in the listening. Elicit the four questions from the tapescript of this recording. In pairs, have students role-play a conversation. Students should include the same topics that are covered in the recording, i.e., related disciplines, the nature of the work, fundamental subjects in this field, and what engineers in this field make.
    Ask pairs of students to share their role plays with the rest of the class. Ask students to look back at the list of seven topics in Exercise a and have them underline the three topics that were not mentioned in the recording, i.e., how mechanical engineering developed, opportunities in mechanical engineering, and ideal qualities in a mechanical engineer. Ask students to select one of these topic; as the subject for an oral report.
    In pairs, have students read the questions and discuss them. Then, have a class discussion. In pairs, have students work on their role plays. Remind them to use language that a layperson can easily understand.
    Have students work alone or in pairs matching each of the underlined verbs in the text with the correct less formal synonym, as in the example. Check answers.