新目标英语(练习册)

新目标英语(练习册)

图书基本信息
出版时间:1970-1
出版社:科学出版社
作者:陈敏 编
页数:300
书名:新目标英语(练习册)
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新目标英语(练习册)
前言
  《新目标英语》系列教材是在科学出版社2005年出版的大学英语读写教程》系列教材(《大学英语读写教程》被教育部评为普通高等教育“十一五”国家级规划教材)的基础上,根据教育部高教司颁布的《高职高专英语课程教学基本要求(试行)》为指导改编而成的一套高职高专英语教材。本套教材共分3册,每册教材将听说和读写的内容融为一体,每本学生用书还配有学生练习册和教师参考书。  《新目标英语》系列教材的编写按照《高职高专英语课程教学基本要求》,以高职高专逐步改制为基点,结合教改后的英语教学总课时而编写。教材遵循“应用为目的、实用为主、够用为度”的英语教学理念,即重视培养学生的英语语言基础知识和应用能力,更注重培养学生使用英语进行涉外交际的能力。本套教材侧重“教、学、考”相互照应,贴近《高等学校英语应用能力考试大纲》的要求,学生在完成本教材的学习过程中能熟练掌握考试题型,顺利达到英语应用能力考试的A、B级水平。  一、教材的特点  1.实用性  本套教材依据《高职高专英语课程教学基本要求》,既测试语言知识也着重测试语言技能,既测试一般性语言内容也测试与涉外业务有关的内容,并侧重后者,实用性内容约占60%。本套教材的内容包括了日常生活和工作环境中常见的涉外交际活动,与高等学校英语应用能力考试紧密衔接。教材中概括了英语常用单词、短语、语法规则等,注重语言听说的训练,在练习设计时注意了精讲多练,讲练结合。同时,教材选材丰富、题型多样,并很好的与英语应用能力考试相结合。学生通过对教材的学习不仅能充分地锻炼听、说、读、写、译,提高英语技能,也能熟悉高等学校英语应用能力考试题型和做题技巧。
内容概要
  《新目标英语(1)(学生用书+练习册 共2册)》共有10个单元,符合高校课程设置的要求,注意各章节内容配置均衡,便于专题学习。每个单元包括Listening&Speaking(听说训练)、Intensive Reading(精读课文)、Grammar(语法知识)、Writing(写作练习)和Extensive Reading(扩展阅读)等5个部分,精选了与学习、生活紧密相关的文章进行讲解。《新目标英语(1)(学生用书+练习册 共2册)》选题内容广泛;集科学、趣味于一体,重点要求学生掌握和提高英语的语言能力、交际能力和写作能力,实用性强。《新目标英语(1)(学生用书+练习册 共2册)》还配有练习册供学生使用。  《新目标英语(1)(学生用书+练习册 共2册)》可作为高职高专英语教学的学生用书,也可以作为相关职业培训班的教材。
书籍目录
学生用书Unit
1
CollegeUnit
2
SportsUnit
3
EnvironmentUnit
4
MusicUnit
5
HolidaysUnit
6
MannersUnit
7
Culture
Unit
8
IntemetUnit
9
TravelUnit
10
FriendshipGlossary练习册Unit
One
CollegeUnit
Two
SportsUnit
Three
EnvironmentUnit
Four
MusicUnit
Five
HolidaysUnit
Six
MannersUnit
Seven
CultureUnit
Eight
IntemetUnit
Nine
TravelUnit
Ten
FriendshipTest
Paper
1Test
Paper
2Key
to
Exercises
章节摘录
  TIME
MANAGEMENT.
"Man
is
firsta
social
animal,
then
a
rational
one,"
says
aprofessor
at
Purdue
University.
So
you
mayfind
it
hard
to
say
"No"
each
time
yourroommate
wants
to
see
a
movie
when
youneed
to
read
Paradise
Lost.  College
is
known
for
its
distractions.In
those
first
months,
youll
meet
peoplewhose
values
and
priorities
are
differentfrom
yours.
The
newness
of
the
situation
and
the
range
of
decisions
youll
face
could
leaveyou
confused.  Think
about
what
you
want
from
college
and
from
friends.
Study
alter
breakfast,between
classes,
whatever
works
best
for
you.
Dont
cut
off
all
social
contacts.
Theyre
asvital
to
surviving
in
college
as
reading.
Study
Hegel
first,
then
catch
a
late
movie.  STUDY
METHODS.
Would
you
take
a
trip
by
stopping
for
directions
at
every
stationinstead
of
reading
a
map?
Of
course
not,
but
thats
how
most
people
study,
says
a
professor,who
teaches
a
course
on
preparing
for
college.
Studying
in
college
demands
more
reading
andthinking,
less
memorization
than
in
high
school.
Survey
the
material
first
to
get
a
sense
of
it~formulate
some
questions.
Jot
down
key
ideas,
tell
yourself
the
essence
of
what
youve
readand
review
it.
Does
it
make
sense?
Were
your
questions
answered?  Get
copies
of
old
exams
from
the
library
so
you
can
see
what
types
of
questions
eacllprofessor
asks.
Preparing
for
an
exam
on
the
Civil
War
will
be
easier
if
you
know
whether
tcstudy
broad
themes
or
specific
battles.  KEEPING
CURRENT.
Professors
may
notnotice
whether
you
attend
a
large
lecture,
butyou
could
notice
later
on.
Some
professors
uselectures
to
discuss
material
not
found
in
thereading
on
which
they
will
base
an
exam.
Othersstress
key
points,
lfyou
must
miss
a
lecture,
getthe
notes
promptly,
lftoo
much
time
elapses,
thenotes
will
make
less
sense
than
second-handnotes
normally
do.
Never
fall
more
than
a
weekbehind
in
reading.
If
you
dont
do
the
reading,you
wont
understand
the
lecture.
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