实用交际英语普通教程

实用交际英语普通教程

图书基本信息
出版时间:2005-1
出版社:高等教育出版社
作者:高等教育出版社
页数:162
书名:实用交际英语普通教程
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实用交际英语普通教程
前言
  高等职业教育担负着培养高素质劳动者和专门人才的重要任务。最近教育部等6部委又提出了加快培养制造业和现代服务业技能型紧缺人才工程的计划,这有助于高职高专院校彻底打破传统的学科式教育模式,突出职业教育的特点。积极进行高等职业教育两年制学制改革,是落实上述目标的重要措施。这就是我们编写《实用交际英语》的依据和出发点。  《实用交际英语》是在教育部高职高专教育英语课程教学指导委员会组织编写的推荐教材《新编实用英语》(NewPracticalEnglish)的基础上,根据两年制教学时间短、职业指向性强的特点精心设计、调整编写的。《实用交际英语》以《高职高专教育英语课程教学基本要求(试行)》(以下简称《基本要求》)为参照,坚持“实用为主,够用为度,以应用为目的”的大方向,以培养学生的英语应用能力,特别是实用能力为主旨。《实用交际英语》遵循如下原则:  1.按照“以社会需求为目标、以就业为导向、以实用为特点”的科学化的高职高专英语教学体系,进一步严格筛选《基本要求》中的《交际范围表》所规定的交际主题,在综合培养听、说、读、译、写各项技能的同时,特别注意口语交际能力的训练。  2.加强应用文实用阅读能力的培养,满足一线工作人员的实际涉外交际需要。  3.将英语应用能力的训练具体体现在对实用英语能力的培养上。应用能力既指应用语言基本功的能力,更指把这些基本功运用到实际涉外交际中的能力,后者也可称作“实用能力”。“应用能力”是“实用能力”的基础,“实用能力”则是“应用能力”的具体体现。  4.认真贯彻“学一点、会一点、用一点”和“边学边用、学用结合”的原则。  5.“教、学、考”相互照应。《高等学校英语应用能力考试大纲》所规定的项目和要求都将在教材中得到反映和训练。因此,学习《实用交际英语》,有助于学生通过“高等学校英语应用能力考试”。  ((实用交际英语》是由(《实用交际英语入门教程》(PracticalEnglish’forCommunication-AnElemen-taryCourse)、((实用交际英语普通教程》(PracticalEnglish。forCommunication-AGeneralCourse)和((实用交际英语业务教程》(PracticalEnglishforCommunication-AProfessionalCourse)组成,《普通教程》和《业务教程》配有相应的学生自主学习用书《学学·练练·考考》和《教师参考书》,以及配套的多媒体学习课件、电子教案等。  《实用交际英语》各册所涉及的交际话题如下:
内容概要
  《实用交际英语》系列教材是在教育部高职高专教育英语课程教学指导委员会组织编写的推荐教材《新编实用英语》的基础上,根据两年制教学时间短、职业指向性强的特点精心设计、调整编写的。本套教材以《高职高专教育英语课程教学基本要求(试行)》为参照,坚持“实用为主,够用为度,应用为目的”的大方向,强调听、说、读、写、译各项技能的协调发展。  《实用交际英语普通教程》共10个单元,每个单元都由“说”、“听”、“读”和“写”4部分组成,另有一个“趣味欣赏”部分。书后附有词汇表。《实用交际英语普通教程》为4色印制,版式精美,并配有录音带。
书籍目录
1
GREETING
AND
INTRODUCINGPEOPLESection
I
Talking
Face
to
Face
1Section
II
Being
All
Ears
5Section
III Maintaining
aSharp
Eye
6Passage
I
The
Way
Americans
Greet
6Passage
Ⅱ A
Little
About
Me
9Section
IV Trying
Your
Hand
11Section
V
HavingSome
Fun
132
GIVING
THANKS
AND
EXPRESSING
REGRETSection
I
Talking
Face
to
Face
14Section
II
Being
All
Ears
18Section
IIl Maintaining
aSharp
Eye
19Passage
I
Different
Attitudes
to
Gifts
Giving
19Passage

Thank-you
Notes
Are
Heart-warming
22Section
IV TryingYour
Hand
24Section
V
HavingSome
Fun
263
DIRECTIONS
ANDSIGNSSection
I
Talking
Face
to
Face
27Section
Ⅱ Being
All
Ears
31Section
III Maintaining
aSharp
Eye
32Passage
I
I
HatePTying
32Passage
H
Id
Been
Treated
Like
a
Friend
in
Need
36Section
IV Trying
Your
Hand
37Section
V
HavingSome
Fun
41CONTENTS4STUDYSection
I
Talking
Face
to
Face
42Section
II
Being
All
Ears
46Section
III Maintaining
aSharp
Eye
48Passage
I
IAm
a
Bit
Nervous
About
My
English
48Passage

Oh
Chinese,
This
TorturedLanguage
52Section
IV Trying
Your
Hand
54Section
V
HavingSome
Fun
56Section
I
Talking
Face
to
Face
57Section
II
Being
All
Ears
61Section
III Maintaining
aSharp
Eye
62Passage
I
The
Triathlons
Great
Attraction
62Passage
Ⅱ Foreigners
Also
Love
Chinese
MaterialArts
66Section
IV Trying
Your
Hand
68Section
V
HavingSome
Fun
7o6
SHOPPINGSection
I
Talking
Face
to
Face
71Section
II
Being
All
Ears
75Section
lII Maintaining
aSharp
Eye
76Passage
I
Tangsaneai
——
An
Ideal
TouristSouvenir
76Passage
II
Ordering
a
Gift
Online
79Section
IV Trying
Your
Hand 81Section
V
HavingSome
Fun
847
CELEBTATING
HOLIDAYS
AND
MAKING
FRIENDSSection
I
Talking
Face
to
Face
85Section
II
Being
All
Ears
89Section
III Maintaining
aSharp
Eye.
91Passage
I
Thanksgiving
Day
and
Christmas
91Passage
II
When
I
was
in
America
95Section
IV Trying
Your
Hand
96Section
V
HavingSome
Fun
998
E-MAILSSection
I
Talking
Face
to
Face
looSection
II
Being
All
Ears
l04Section
III Maintaining
aSharp
Eye
lO5Passage
I
Online
Growth
Conlfnues
lO5Passage
II
Pros
and
Cons
of"Chatroom"
zo9Section
IV Trying
Your
Hand
H1Section
V
HavingSome
Fun
114Section
I
Talking
Face
to
Face
115Section
II
Being
All
Ears
119Section
III Maintaining
aSharp
Eye
121Passage
I
Toledo:
AProblem
of
Menus
121Passage
lI
Toast
at
a
Wedding
124Section
IV Trying
Your
Hand
126Section
V
HavingSome
Fun
12910
ENTERTAINMENT
AND
TOURIST
ATTRACTIONSection
I
Talking
Face
to
Face
13oSection
II
Being
All
Ears
134Section
III Maintaining
aSharp
Eye
135Passage
I
LUCIANOPA
VAROTTI
Bringing
Opera
to
the
WorldPassage
II
Visiting
the
Gatewag
Arch
139Section
IV Trying
Your
Hand
141Section
V
HavingSome
Fun
144
章节摘录
  By
age
five:
Pavarotti
was
entertaining
his
neighbors
by
singing
in
the
courtyard
outside
his
apartment.
By
age
10:
he
was
trying
out
arias.
As
he
entered
his
teen
years:
his
talent
became
more
and
more
obvious.
His
family
spent
hours
discussing
his
future.
They
knew
he
longed
to
be
a
great
singer.
They
decided
to
support
him
financially
until
he
turned
30.
If
Pavarotti
did
not
achieve
success
by
that
time:
he
would
have
to
choose
a
new
career.  Pavarotti
began
to
study
voice
in
1955
and
threw
himself
passionately
into
his
lessons.
Hour
after
hour
he
practiced
exercises
to
strengthen
his
voice.
Six
years
passed
and
no
singing
jobs
came
his
way.  In
1961:
however:
he
entered.an
international
competition
for
young
singers
m
and
he
won!
First
prize
was
the
lead
role
in
a
local
opera
production.
Pavarotti
gave
an
outstanding
performance
in
the
opera
and
began
to
make
a
name
for
himself.  Pavarotti
took
roles
in
opera
around
Italy:
and
in
1963:
he
appeared
at
Covent
Garden
m
the
Royal
Opera
House
in
London.
His
performance
brought
him
international
attention.  In
1968:
the
New
Yorks
world-famous
Metropolitan
Opera
invited
him
to
sing
with
them.
Days
before
he
was
to
perform:
he
caught
the
flu.
He
tried
to
sing:
but
was
unable
to
complete
his
perfor-
mance.
Five
years
later:
however:
he
returned
to
the
Met
and
sang
magnificently.
In
one
aria:
he
hit
six
high
Cs.  The
Italian
tenor
began
to
tour
the
world:
bringing
opera
music
to
everyone.
Soon
every
concert
Pavarotti
gave
drew
huge
crowds.
At
a
concert
in
Berlin
in
1988:
the
audience
refused
to
leave
after
his
performance.
They
applauded
for
over
an
hour
and
recalled
Pavarotti
to
the
stage
165
times~
In
1990:
he
performed
with
two
other
famous
tenors:
Jose
Carreras
and
Placido
Domingo:
as
"The
Three
Tenors":
to
the
delight
of
everyone.  Full
of
life
and
energy:
Pavarotti
never
slows
down.
He
continues
to
keep
up
a
busy
performing
schedule.
He
books
appearances
three
and
four
years
in
advance!
When
not
on
stage:
he
spends
time
relaxing
at
home.
He
cooks
(and
eats)
his
beloved
Italian
food:
sleeps
late
and
cares
for
his
horses.  Hard
work:
determination
and
an
ardent
love
of
music
made
Pavarotti
a
premier
tenor.
He
would
be
the
first
to
tell
you
that
he
wouldnt
be
anything
else.
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