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作者:张洪兵,徐黎鹃,徐宗钰

出版社:化学工业出版社

出版时间:2019-11-01

书籍编号:30609877

ISBN:9787122353405

正文语种:中英对照

字数:377231

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所属分类:社会科学-教育

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高级英语阅读与翻译教程pdf/doc/txt格式电子书下载








内容提要


本书共15个单元,每个单元由同一主题的四篇文章及相关习题组成。本书通过归纳、演绎、预测、推理等阅读技能的训练使学生积极思考,自主习得语言知识;并通过翻译实践增强其对重点词汇和短语的理解和积累,从而逐步提高英语读写技能。


本书对提高广大学生的阅读理解能力具有一定的指导和辅助作用,同时,对备考研究生学生的英语学习具有事半功倍的效果,是广大英语爱好者提高阅读水平的良师益友。

《高级英语阅读与翻译教程》编写人员名单


总 主 编 张洪兵


主  编 徐黎鹃 徐宗钰


副 主 编 张皓琳 孙 绯


编写人员(按拼音排列)


     陈雪峰 丁迪星 何 华 胡晓明 黄海燕


     黄 芃 李 因 牛慧霞 邱 琳 孙 绯


     王莉丽 王晓召 徐黎鹃 徐宗钰 张皓琳



前言


随着“一带一路”和我国文化“走出去”的提出和实施,我们根据教育部颁布的《大学英语课程教学要求》,为非英语专业的大学生编写了这本《高级英语阅读与翻译教程》。它既可用作高级英语课程的教材,供已具有一定英语阅读及翻译水平的学生使用;又可用作大学英语课程的辅助阅读翻译材料;还可用作大学生备考全国大学英语六级考试的阅读与翻译练习。


本教程集阅读和练习于一体,围绕不同热点话题培养学生阅读和翻译能力。同时,贯彻以学生为中心的教学模式,充分满足学生汲取知识、提高智力和发展个性的需求,强调语言综合能力的提高和学生自学能力的培养。


本教程共15个单元,每个单元由同一主题的四篇文章及相关习题组成。本书通过归纳、演绎、预测、推理等阅读技能的训练使学生积极思考,自主习得语言知识;并通过翻译实践增强其对重点词汇和短语的理解和积累,从而逐步提高英语读写技能。本书具体特点如下:


1.话题热点时尚,选材精细实用,集趣味性、知识性和科普性于一书


本书各单元都是广大学生所关心和感兴趣的话题,文章内容涉及生活的方方面面,具有一定的娱乐性和思想性。同时,所选文章在长度、难度、语言的精确性等方面均有统一要求。其文章都出自近几年的英文原版报纸、期刊和权威网站及部分六级真题文章。所选材料力求语言真实准确、地道优美,极大地满足了学生汲取原汁原味英语的需求。


2.编写认真严谨,体例独特合理,集科学性、新颖性和实用性于一书


各单元均由阅读文章、难点注释、生词短语、语言聚焦和翻译练习五部分组成。其中,阅读部分既有利于提高学生的阅读能力,又能使学生尽快熟悉和适应大学英语等级考试。难点注释言简意赅,详略得当。同时,生词表和注释均配有双语解释,既能拓宽学生的阅读视野,又能提高学生的语言能力。语言聚焦扼要介绍了文中所出现的重点语法、特殊句型及固定搭配,使学生能够及时复习和巩固相关的语言、语法知识。最后,为使学生学以致用,提高语言实际运用能力,本书增加了与当前国内、国际形势相关的段落翻译题,满足了部分学生应试的需要。此外,书后附有统一的词汇表和词组表,便于学生自主学习。


3.注重微技能的训练和渗透,有利于学生在阅读中形成批判性思维能力


本书兼顾了不同层次学生的英语学习需求,体现了最新的大学英语教学理念。书中渗透了各种阅读微技能的训练和要求,有利于学生英语综合能力的提高。阅读理解问题的解答有助于学生思维能力的提高,预测、推理等技能的应用有利于增强学生在英语环境下的想象力,进而提高批判性思维能力。本书符合学生阅读和考试的需求,既体现了阅读教材的科学合理性,又满足了实用性英语教学的客观需要。


本书凝聚了一批富有教学经验的一线教师的集体智慧,是各位编者不懈努力、辛勤劳动的结晶。大部分编写内容为北京化工大学英语教学中使用过的优秀素材,具有良好的教学效果和广泛的使用基础。本书对提高广大学生的阅读理解能力具有一定的指导和辅助作用,同时,对备考研究生学生的英语学习具有事半功倍的效果,是广大英语爱好者提高阅读水平的良师益友。


由于编写时间仓促及作者水平所限,书中若有疏漏之处,尚祈各位同仁及广大读者不吝指正。


编 者


2019年8月


于北京化工大学

Unit1 Campus Life


I. Reading Activities(40 minutes)


Section A Bank Cloze


Directions: In this section, there is a passage with ten blanks. You are required to select one word for each blank from a list of choices given in a word bank. You may not use any of the words in the bank more than once.

高级英语阅读与翻译教程pdf/doc/txt格式电子书下载

Organized volunteering and work experience has long been a vital companion to university degree courses. Usually it is left to 1  to deduce the potential from a list of extracurricular adventures on a graduate’s resume, but now the University of Bristol has launched an award to formalize the achievements of students who 2 time to activities outside their courses. Bristol has aims to boost students in an increasingly 3 job market by helping them acquire work and life skills alongside 4 qualifications.


“Our students are a pretty active bunch but we found that they didn’t necessarily appreciate the value of what they did outside the lecture hall,” says Jeff Goodman, director of careers and employability at the university. “Employers are much more 5 than they used to be. They used to look for potential and saw it as part of their job to 6 the value of an applicant’s skills. Now they want students to be able to explain why those skills are relevant to the job.”


Students who sign up for the award will be expected to complete 50 hours of work experience or voluntary work, attend four workshops on employability skills, take part in an 7 skills- related activity and, crucially, write a summary of the skills they have gained. Exceptional efforts will gain an Outstanding Achievement Award. Those who perform best on the sports field can take the Sporting Plus Award which 8 employer-friendly sports accomplishments.


The experience does not have to be 9 organized. “We’re not just interested in easily identifiable skills,” says Goodman. “For instance, one student took the lead in dealing with a difficult landlord and so demonstrated negotiation skills. We try to make the experience relevant to individual lives.”


Goodman hopes the scheme will enable active students to fill in any gaps in their experience and encourage their less-active 10 to take up activities outside their academic area of work.


Section B Skimming and Scanning


Directions: In this section, you are going to read a passage with ten statements attached to it. Each statement contains information given in one of the paragraphs. Identify the paragraph from which the information is derived. You may choose a paragraph more than once. Each paragraph is marked with a letter.


In a Digital Age, Students Still Cling to Paper Textbooks


A. They text their friends all day long. At night, they do research for their term papers on laptops and commune with their parents on Skype1. But as they walk the paths of Hamilton College, a poster-perfect liberal arts school in this upstate village, students are still hauling around bulky, old-fashioned textbooks — and loving it. “The screen won’t go blank,” said Faton Begolli, a junior from Boston. “There can’t be a virus. It wouldn’t be the same without books. They’ve defined ‘academia’(学术) for a thousand years.”


B. Though the world of print is receding before a tide of digital books, blogs and other Web sites, a generation of college students growing up with technology appears to be holding fast to traditional textbooks. That loyalty comes at a price. Textbooks are expensive — a year’s worth can cost $700 to $900 — and students’ frustrations with the expense, as well as the emergence of new technology, have produced a perplexing array of options for obtaining them.


C. Internet retailers like Amazon2 and Textbooks.com are selling new and used books. They have been joined by several Web services that rent textbooks to students by the semester. Some 1500 college bookstores are also offering rentals this fall, up from 300 last year. Here at Hamilton, students this year have a new way to avoid the middleman: a nonprofit Web site, created by the college’s Entrepreneur Club, that lets them sell used books directly to one another.


D. The explosion of outlets and formats — including digital books, which are rapidly becoming more sophisticated — has left some students bewildered. After completing the difficult job of course selection, they are forced to

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