沟通英语

沟通英语

图书基本信息
出版时间:2006-4
出版社:中国人民大学出版社
作者:任林静 编
页数:202
字数:259000
书名:沟通英语
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沟通英语
内容概要
由任林静编写的《沟通英语--高级实用英语视听说技能》之教师用书分四个部分。一是课堂教学计划,为每个单元的课堂教学提供详细的教学方案和具体实施计划,包括课堂上教师所需的多媒体文本模块,以及相关的背景知识和补充材料,为教师备课和搜集资料提供便利;二是练习答案,这部分提供“学生用书”所有练习的答案;三是录音原文,提供“学生用书”所有听力内容的录音原文;四是视频原文,这部分是“学生用书”每个单元的视频课的文稿。
书籍目录
Module1  Lesson Pla
Unit One
Communication Skills:Conveational Skills
Unit Two
Communication Skills:Nonverbal Communication
Unit Three
Communication Skills:Cross-Cultural Communication
Unit Four
Communication Skills:Classroom Communication
Unit Five
Communication Skills:Listening Skills
Unit Six
Communication Skills:Telephone Skills
Unit Seven
Communication Skills:Male-Female Communication
Unit Eight
Communication Skills:Team Skills
Unit Nine
Communication Skills:Problem-Solving Skills
Unit Ten
Communication Skills:Debating Skills:Expressing Opinio
Unit Eleven
Communication Skills:Presentation Skills(1)
Unit Twelve
Communication Skills:Presentation Skills(2)
Unit Thirteen
Communication Skills:Job Interviewing Skills
Module2 Awer Keys
Unit One
Conmunication Skills:Conveational Skills
Unit Two
Communication Skills:Nonverbal Communication
Unit Three
Communication Skills:Cross-Cultural Comrntmication
Unit Four
Communication Skills:Classroom Communication
Unit Five
Communication Skills:Listening Skills
Unit Six
Communication Skills:Telephone Skills
Unit Seven
Communication Skills:Male-Female Communication
Unit Eight
Communication Skills:Team Skills
Unit Nine
Communication Skills:Problem-Solving Skills
Unit Ten
Communication Skills:Debating Skills:Expressing Opinion
Unit Eleven
Communication Skills:Presentation Skills(1)
Unit Twelve
Communication Skills:Presentation Skills(2)
Unit Thirteen
Communication Skills:Job Interviewing Skills
Module3 CD Scripts
Unit One
Unit Two
Unit Three
Unit Four
Unit Five
Unit Six
Unit Seven
Unit Eight
Unit Nine
Unit Ten
Unit Eleven
Unit Twelve
Unit Thirteen
Module4 Video Scripts
Unit One
Unit Two
Unit Three
Unit Four
Unit Five
Unit Six
Unit Seven
Unit Eight
Unit Nine
Unit Ten
Unit Eleven
Unit Twelve
Unit Thirteen
章节摘录
  OK,
now
we
turn
to
social
relationships.
As
far
as
social
relationships
are
concerned,
Americans
are
informal
and
egalitarian.
They
value
equality
and
the
belief
that
all
people
cancontribute
and
should
be
a
part
of
decision
making.
In
this
"horizontal"
culture
Americans
feel
most
com
for
table
with
their
social
equals.
The
importance
of
social
rankings
is
reduced
to
the
minimum.
In
Asian
cultures,
however,
social
relationships
are
formal
and
hierarchical.
Rank
or
class
is
of
great
importance.
People
are
most
comfortable
in
the
presence
of
a
hierarchy
in
which
they
know
their
position
and
the
customs
and
rules
for
behavior
in
the
situation.
In
these
"verticalcultures,"
leaders
are
supposed
to
be
revered,
obeyed,
and
never
questioned.
Some
in
dividuals
who
aren't
leaders
become
strongly
dependent-and
are
often
comfortable
in
their
dependency.  The
next
difference
we
see
between
American
culture
and
some
Asian
cultures
is friendship.
Americans
are
characterized
by
making
friends
everywhere.
But
as
the
English
proverb
goes,
"easy
come,
easy
go"-those
"instant
friendship"
will
not
last
long,
which
is
quite
typical
of
Americanculture.
Their
collection
of
"friends"
and
acquaintances
changes
over
time
and
involves
on
lylimited
mutual
obligations.
Asian
people,
in
contrast,
take
time
to
get
to
know
each
other
be
for
ethey
build
up
a
relationship.
But
once
such
a
relationship
is
built
up,
they
take
it
in
a
serious
way.
Ofien
they
have
a
small
number
of
close,
lifelong
frjends
who
feel
deeply
obligated
to
give
each
other
whatever
form
of
help
might
seem
required.  So
when
American
people
meet
Asian
people,
confiicts
can
develop
because
of
opposingcultural
values.
In
fact,
it
may
be
difficult
even
to
discuss
problems
because
communication
stylesalso
vary
from
culture
to
culture.
Well,
this
is
the
last
point
I
want
to
mention,
the
difference
of
communication
styles
between
American
culture
and
Asian
culture.
American
people
tend
to
be
more
direct.
They
initiate
conversations
and
get
right
to
the
point.
They
like
to
show
the
mselves
to
impress
others.
They
are
willing
to
confront
directly,
criticize,
and
discuss
controversial
to
pics,having
little
concern
with
"face".
Asian
people,
on
the
other
hand,
are
more
indirect.
Theirmessages
are
often
implied,
rather
than
stated
specifically.
They
have
learned
to
be
modest
in
whatever
they
say
or
do,
which
is
just
the
opposite
of
"showing
yourself'.
Having
concern
with"face",
they
avoid
direct
confrontation,
open
criticism,
and
controversial
topics.
It
is
there
for
enot
surprising
that
people
with
such
different
styles
of
communication
often
have
troubleunder
standing
each
other.  Yet,
despite
the
differences
in
values
and
communication
styles,
people
from
diverse
culturescan
break
down
their
communication
barriers
and
resolve
their
conflicts
if
they
understand
and
respect
each
other's
cultures.
It
is
important
to
emphasize
that
the
cultural
differences
we'vecovered
so
far
may
not
apply
to
all
Asian
cultures.
Let's
take
a
break
now,
and
when
we
come
back,
we'll
leam
how
to
deal
with
cultural
differences
by
looking
at
some
real
cases
of
communication
between
Chinese
and
American
business
people.  ……
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