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  • 英语听力教程3:英语高级听力教师用书[平装]
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  • 出版社:外语教学与研究出版社;第1版(1992年6月1日)
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    《英语听力教程3:英语高级听力教师用书》分为初、中、高三个级别,由北京外国语大学何其莘教授主持编写,是目前我国英语教学界具有相当影响力的一套教材,至今已经累计销售数百万册。每册均含《学生用书》和《教师用书》,功用不同,相辅相成。《学生用书》以录音材料中的生词表、文化背景注释和配套的练习为主。《教师用书》则包含录音的书面材料、练习答案和相关文化背景知识的补充读物。

    目录

    Lesson1
    News in Brief: 1. Freed American hostage Jacobsen
    2. Reagads campaign
    3. New President in Mozambique
    News in Detail: David Jacobsen in West Germany
    Special Report: Barnstone on Mao Tsetong's poems
    Reading: Hostage Release
    Lesson2
    News in Brief: 1. US Secret diplomatic mission to Iran
    2. Waite and hostage negotiation
    3. Family reunion of the Jacobsens
    4. US Congress election
    Newsin Detail: Former US National Security Advisor's visit to Tehran
    Special Report: One fundamentalist religious group on trial
    Reading: Blackmailing the US
    Lesson3
    News in Brief: 1. IBM pulls out of South Africa
    2. Demonstrations in Zimbabwe
    3. Kohl's meeting with Reagan
    News in Detail: West German Chancellor Kohlin Washington
    Special Report: A college scholarship program in Boston
    Reading: US Big Business Pulls Out
    Lesson4
    News in Brief: 1. One more American kidnapped in Beirut
    2. Soviet UN employee on spy charges
    3. A magazine editor killed in Chile
    News in Detail: Unrest in Chile
    Special Report: Brief history of the Ford Foundation
    Reading: Pinochet Strikes Back
    Lesson5
    News in Brief: 1. A new bill to combat illegal drugs
    2. A US-Soviet cultural exchange faces boycott
    3. Agreement on the Taba border dispute
    News in Detail: New efforts in resolving drug problems
    Special Report: A Center for Chinese and American Studies
    Reading: 1. Drug Fever in Washington
    2. Summit in Alexandria
    Lesson6
    News in Brief: 1. Senate overrides Reagan's veto
    2. American food aid threatened
    3. White House's denial of misleading the press
    News in Detail: Disinformation campaign against Quddafi
    Special Report: TV and teenage suicide rate
    Reading: 1. Shadowboxing with Quddafi
    2. Quddafi: A War of Leaks
    Lesson 7
    News in Brief: 1. New immigration law
    2. Abortion case in the Supreme Court
    3. Elie Wiesel: Nobel Peace Prize Winner
    News in Detail: An immigration reform in US
    Special Report: Photographs vs. Reality
    Reading: March of the Nobel Laureates
    Lesson 8
    News in Brief: 1. Arrival of Cuban prisoners
    2. Reagan announces new plans against drug abuse
    3. Shimon Peres in Washington
    News in Detail: Israeli Prime Minister's last visit to US
    Special Report: Poetry written by medical students
    Reading: A Souffle Summit in Egypt
    Lesson 9
    Newsin Brief: 1. Assassination attempt against Gandhi
    2. Jess Moore and Challenger disaster
    News in Detail: Rajiv Gandhi escapes an assassination attempt
    Special Report: Farmhand program and city dwellers
    Reading: India: Gandhi's Escape
    Lesson 10
    News in Brief: 1. US defense spending bill
    2. Air raid in Beirut
    3. South Africa and international sanctions
    4. Reagan vetos a sanctions bill
    5. Trading on Wall Street
    News in Detail: Israeli bombs Palestinian bases
    Special Report: Strike of Californian wine workers
    Reading: Ferment in California
    Lesson 11
    Newsin Brief: 1. Texas Air buys People Express Airline
    2. A rally on Wall Street
    3. "Freedom flight of Cuban political prisoners
    News in Detail: Expansion of Texas Air Corporation
    Special Report: Nancy Griffith and country music
    Reading: Country Music
    Lesson 12
    News in Brief: 1. American reporter Daniloff in West Germany
    2. Disagreement on sanctions against South Africa
    News in Detail: Daniloffis freed in Moscow
    Special Report: Earthquake and new economic structure in Mexico
    Reading: 1. A Chillin the Air
    2. Trading a Cell for a Finer Hotel
    Lesson 13
    News in Brief: 1. Impeachment trial ofjudge Claiborne
    2. Reagan for a drug free America
    3. Bomb explosion in Paris
    News in Detail: Terrorist activities in Paris
    Special Report: US counter-intelligence efforts
    Reading: The Bombs of September
    Lesson 14
    News in Brief: 1. Resignation of Bernard Kalb
    2. US plane crashes in Nicaragua
    News in Detail: Bernard Kalb and disinformation program
    Special Report: Freedom fighters in Warsaw during World War Ⅱ
    Reading: Bernard Kalb's "Modest Dissent
    Lesson 15
    News in Brief: 1. Release of Daniloff and Iceland meeting
    2. Vatican's denouncement against homosexuality
    3. Drug-related death of a basketball star
    News in Detail: A warm welcome for freed Daniloff
    Special Report: Power struggle in CBS
    Reading: The Showdown at CBS
    Lesson 16
    Newsin Brief: 1. Announcement of US-Soviet Iceland meeting
    2. Yuri Orlov, Soviet dissident
    News in Detail: Forthcoming Iceland meeting
    Special Report: Maternity leave and job guarantee
    Reading: Yuri Orlov: the End of an Ordeal
    Lesson 17
    Lesson 18
    Lesson 19
    Lesson 20
    Lesson 21
    Lesson 22
    Lesson 23
    Lesson 24
    Lesson 25
    Lesson 26
    Lesson 27
    Lesson 28
    Lesson 29
    Lesson 30
    Lesson 31
    Lesson 32
    Lesson 33
    Lesson 34
    Lesson 35
    Lesson 36

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    Hostage Release
    The convoy of three vehicles pulled to a stop in front of the old US embassy building on Ein Mreisseh Boulevard in Muslim West Beirut at 7 Sunday morning. As planned, a Westerner wearing dark glasses slid into the seat of one of the cars. Then, escorted by two truckloads of Lebanese police as a precaution against sniper fire, the convoy barreled toward the Green Line that divides the city's Muslim and Christian sectors. Minutes later, the cars crossed safely into Christian East Beirut, and David Jacobsen, director of Beirut's American University Hospital, was a free man for the first time in 17 months.
    Jacobsen thus became the first of seven Americans who had been still missing in Lebanon to win freedom, and there were hopes Thomas Sutherland might soon be next. Jacobsen's release followed a period of intense and secretive negotiations between officials of Islamic Jihad (Holy War), a shadowy terrorist organization known to be holding at least two other Americans, and Anglican Envoy Terry Waite, the Englishman who had helped win the freedom of two American churchmen who had been held captive in Lebanon, one 13 months ago, one as recently as four months ago.
    On May 28, 1985, Jacobsen was walking from his apartment to his office in the war-torn city when six men picked him up. According to Jacobsen's son, his father tried to keep his spirits up during his captivity by telling himself every week that he was going to be released the next Sunday. As each Sunday passed for 17 months, he told hostages held at the same location that it was going to be the next Sunday. Thus it seemed only fitting that his release actually came on a Sunday.
    Despite his attempts to remain optimistic, Jacobsen became more discouraged as the months dragged on. Last November he was one of the signers of a letter to Reagan that appealed to the President to negotiate their release. When one of the other hostages, Father Lawrence Jenco, a Roman Catholic relief-agency official, was freed by his captors in July, he carried with him a videotape recording of Jacobsen. On it, Jacobsen said he "felt like one of Custer's men, adding, "You know the end of their stories. Pray that ours will have a happier ending." In another videotape released last month, Jacobsen was highly critical of the Reagan Administration for having negotiated the release of Journalist Nicholas Daniloffin Moscow while refusing to make any deals for his freedom. Said he on tape: "Don't we deserve the same attention and protection that you gave Daniloff?"
    But after the months of few developments, events moved quickly last week. Waite showed up unexpectedly in Beirut on Friday for his first visit in several months. He clearly hoped to improve on his record of one release at a time. Islamic Jihad seemed to indicate that diplomatic activity was afoot that could achieve such a goal. Although State Department officials insisted that no deal was in the works, the terrorist group said in a statement following Jacobsen's release that the US had embarked on "approaches that could lead, if continued, to a solution of the hostages issue.