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    《英语听力入门3000(第4册.教师用书)》:普通高等教育“十一五”国家级规划教材

    目录

    Unit 1 The Less Traveled Path
    Part Ⅰ Warming up
    Part Ⅱ Opting for a slower pace of life in the st century
    Part Ⅲ Family
    Part ⅣListen and relax

    Unit 2 The Changing Women
    Part Ⅰ Warming up
    Part Ⅱ Working mothers
    Part Ⅲ Mothers and daughters
    Part ⅣLanguage study and language appreciation

    Unit 3 Work and Workforce
    Part Ⅰ Warming up
    Part Ⅱ Americans at work
    Part Ⅰll Stress management
    Part ⅣListen and relax

    Unit 4 Matching Dreams with Education
    Part Ⅰ Warming up
    Part Ⅱ Education then and now
    Port III A life-changing event
    Part ⅣLanguage study and language appreciation

    Unit 5 Love and Help
    Part Ⅰ Warming up
    Part Ⅱ Anti-AIDS campaign
    Part Ⅲ Innocence in danger
    Part ⅣListen and relax

    Unit 6 Youth Aspirations
    Part Ⅰ Warming up
    Part Ⅱ British youth
    Part Ⅲ Young entrepreneurs
    Part ⅣLanguage study and language appreciation

    Unit 7 Why the Problem ?
    Part Ⅰ Warming up
    Part Ⅱ Why the problem?
    Part Ⅲ Drug therapy
    Part ⅣListen and relax

    Unit 8 Seeing Both Sides
    Part Ⅰ Warming up
    Part Ⅱ A medical question —— should doctors always tell the truth?
    Part Ⅲ A radio debate
    Part ⅣLanguage study and language appreciation

    Unit 9 Inside Me
    Part Ⅰ Wanning up
    Part Ⅱ Roots of rap
    Part Ⅲ Stuntpeople: Hollywood's heroes
    Part ⅣListen and relax

    Unit 10 Your Round
    Part Ⅰ Warming up
    Part Ⅱ New fashions
    Part Ⅲ Humor —— its role in our lives
    Part ⅣListen and relax

    Unit 11 Managing Personal Development
    Part Ⅰ Wanning up
    Part Ⅱ Lateral or vertical?
    Part Ⅲ Mediation skills
    Part ⅣLanguage study and language appreciation

    Unit 12 Review
    A. A healthy glow?
    B. Reading dictionaries
    C. Museum of Questionable Medical Devices
    D. Home schooling
    E. Ken Caulkins' automated orchestra
    F. The instinct for keeping useless objects
    G. Mr Harris comes to see the headmaster
    Vocabulary
    Acknowledgements

    序言

    《英语听力入门2000》是在千禧之年的钟声里迈出第一步的。当时有朋友鼓励说,它的诞生使初版《英语听力入门》焕发出了青春的活力。而今,多少个寒暑又已过去,我们或许应该说,正在一步一步进入而立之年的教材又必须重新振奋,因为唯独如此,它才有可能在真正意义上走向成熟。这就是历史赋予《英语听力入门3000》的责任与光荣。
    在冷静的反思之后,编者从《听力入门》(以下均使用简称)与《听力入门2000》各自的特色和缺陷里初步悟到了《听力入门3000》的方向。
    20世纪80年代初开始酝酿《听力入门》的时候,中国大地刚刚改革开放,英语学习热潮四处升腾。基于当时的教学实际,编者将重点牢牢地锁定在英语有声语言的真实性以及听力基本功训练等两个方面。之后多年的实践证明,比较系统和扎实细致的技能训练对增强学生的能力与后劲是至关重要的。
    到《听力入门2000》出版之时,全国的英语教学水平已普遍提高,社会巨变所带来的新鲜气象和热门话题也层出不穷。教材将扩展教学内容的广度与深度置于中心位置,这在很大程度上满足了师生的需要。
    今天,前两轮实践均已取得阶段性成果。但当我们站到一个更加客观、更加全面的角度去审视时,又深感某些遗憾与不足。愿《听力入门3000》带给我们新的机会与进步。

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    Journalist Carl Honor admits that not long ago his life was abreathless race with time. "In the old days, when I was a ' speedaholic, 'if you like, my whole life was just a long list of things to do. " To finish all those tasks, day after day, Mr Honor6 says he becameobsessed with saving time wherever he could ... a minute here, a fewseconds there. He says people usually don't realize that their whole lifehas turned into an exercise in "hurry up" until they get a wake up call...and something stops them in their tracks. Mr Honor6's wake up call came three years ago when he beganreading bedtime stories to his 3-year-old son. "I'd go into his room at theend of the night and I just couldn't slow down. I'd be speed-reading TheCat in the Hat, which is ridiculous. I heard about a series of books calledOne-Minute Bedtime Stories, which is a horrible idea, but my firstreaction was, 'What a great idea, I must get some. ' That's when Icaught myself, and I just thought 'No, this has gone too far. '" To improve the quality of life, Mr Honor~ says, people need toembrace what he calls "the philosophy of slow. " "I think that one of thecultural assumptions we make nowadays is that slow is bad and thatslowing down means being lazy, or unproductive or giving up. But theopposite is true. Now, more than ever in this high-tech 24/7 technology-drenched society, we need moments of slowness. When you work moreslowly you actually work better, your productivity goes up. So youknow, sometimes you have to go fast at work. People need to do things atthe right speed. They need to re-learn the lost art of shifting gears. "