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  • 新编英语教程(5)(教师用书)(修订本)[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(2010年9月1日)
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  • ISBN:9787544609708

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    《新编英语教程(5)(教师用书)(修订本)》:普通高等教育“十五”国家级规划教材

    目录

    Unit One
    Hit the Nail on the Head
    The Maker's Eye: Revising Your Own Manuscripts

    Unit Two
    Beware the Dirty Seas
    An Ugly New Footprint in the Sand

    Unit Three
    My Friend, Albert Einstein
    The Monster

    Unit Four
    The Invisible Poor
    Meanwhile, Humans Eat Pet Food

    Unit Five
    The Plug-in Drug: TV and the American Family, Part 1
    The Plug-in Drug: TV and the American Family, Part 2

    Unit Six
    Preparing for College
    Letter to a B Student

    Unit Seven
    Grouping the Gifted: Pro
    Grouping the Gifted: Con

    Unit Eight
    Why Nothing Works
    The Plot Against People

    Unit Nine
    Where Is the News Leading Us?
    Should the Press Be Human?

    Unit Ten
    Things: The Throw-Away Society
    The Do-It-Yourselfers

    Unit Eleven
    Cultivating a Hobby
    A Debt to Dickens

    Unit Twelve
    The Science of Custom
    Customs

    Unit Thirteen
    What Life Means to Me, Part 1
    Graduation, Part I

    Unit Fourteen
    What Life Means to Me, Part 2
    Graduation, Part lI

    Unit Fifteen
    I Have a Dream
    The Ethics of Living Jim Crow
    Key to the Workbook

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    Listening and hearing are very different things! Most people can hear quite well. Thiscannot be said of listening. Even when really trying to listen such as in a college class,most people "hear" only about half of what is being said. After a few hours, only one-fourth of what was heard can be recalled with any precision. That's only 25 percent ofwhat a person with the capacity for total recall could have remembered. But the capacity for total recall is something that most persons do not have, need, orparticularly want. All you need is a set of efficient listening techniques that will increaseyour listening understanding and increase your short-term and long-term recall. Withtraining and practice, your effectiveness as a listener can be significantly improved,whether you are listening as a member of a large audience, in a small group, or in aconversation with just one other person.