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  • 积极英语阅读教程:最新版.第2级.学生用书[平装]
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  • 作者:龚姚东(改编),安德森(NeilJ.Anderson)(作者),夏谷鸣(合著者)
  • 出版社:上海外语教育出版社;第1版(2010年2月1日)
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    《积极英语阅读教程:最新版.第2级.学生用书》上海外语教育出版社出版。

    作者简介

    尼尔·J·安德森是阅读教学方面的专家,本书采用了他设计的ACTIVE阅读法,帮助读者成为更自信、更独立——也是更积极的英语阅读者。

    目录

    Unit 1 Exam Time
    Chapter
    Reading Skill
    Vocabulary Skill
    Real Life Skill

    Unit 2 Going Abroad
    Chapter
    Reading Skill
    Vocabulary Skill
    Real Life Skill

    Unit 3 Movie Makers
    Chapter
    Reading Skill
    Vocabulary Skill
    Real Life Skill
    Review Unit 1

    Unit 4 Sports Heroes
    Chapter
    Reading Skill
    Vocabulary Skill
    Real Life Skill

    Unit 5 The Amazing Human Body
    Chapter
    Reading Skill
    Vocabulary Skill
    Real Life Skill

    Unit 6 Leisure and Hobbies
    Chapter
    Reading Skill
    Vocabulary Skill
    Real Life Skill
    Rewiew Unit 2

    Unit 7 A World of Music
    Chapter
    Reading Skill
    Vocabulary Skill
    Real Life Skill

    Unit 8 Career Paths
    Chapter
    Reading Skill
    Vocabulary Skill
    Real Life Skill

    Unit 9 The Story of Chocolate
    Chapter
    Reading Skill
    Vocabulary Skill
    Real Life Skill
    Review Unit 3

    Unit 10 The Secrets of Advertising
    Chapter
    Reading Skill
    Vocabulary Skill
    Real Life Skill

    Unit 11 Eating for Health
    Chapter
    Reading Skill
    Vocabulary Skill
    Real Life Skill

    Unit 12 Saving the Environment
    Chapter
    Reading Skill
    Vocabulary Skill
    Real Life Skill
    Review Unit 4

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    Read in phrases rather than word by word.
    Don't point at each word while you read. Practice reading in phrases——groups of words that go together.
    Engage your imagination,
    Good readers visualize what they are reading. They create a movie in their head of the story they are reading. As you read, try sharing with a partner the kinds of pictures that you create in your mind.
    Avoid subvocalization.
    Subvocalization means quietly saying the words as you read. You might be whispering the words or just silently saying them in your mind. Your eyes and brain can read much faster than you can speak. If you subvocalize, you can only read as fast as you can say the words.
    As you read, place your finger on your lips or your throat. Do you feel movement? If so, you are subvocalizing. Practice reading without moving your lips.
    Don't worry about understanding every word.
    Sometimes, as readers, we think we must understand the meaning of everything that we read. It isn't always necessary to understand every word in a passage in order to understand the meaning of the passage as a whole. Instead of interrupting your reading to find the meaning of a new word, circle the word and come back to it after you have finished reading:
    Enjoy your reading,
    Your enjoyment of reading will develop over time. Perhaps today you do not like to read in English, but as you read more, you should see a change in your attitude. The more you read in English, the easier it will become. You will find yourself looking forward to reading.
    Read as much as you can.
    The best tip to follow to become a more fluent reader is to read whenever and wherever you can. Good readers read a lot. They read many different kinds of material: newspapers,magazines, textbooks, websites, and graded readers. To practice this, keep a readingjournal. Every day, make a list of the kinds of things you read during the day and how long you read each for. If you want to become a more fluent reader, read more!