新东方大愚英语学习丛书·新托福考试专项进阶:高级口语(附光盘)
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新东方大愚英语学习丛书·新托福考试专项进阶:高级口语(附光盘)

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品牌 : 京东图书 品牌属地 : 中国 语言 : 中文,英文 译者 : 张洪伟,刘艳秋 页数 : 268 印刷时间 : 2009-09-01 包装 : 平装 出版时间 : 2009-09-01 出版社 : 群言出版社 ISBN : 9787800809767 版次 : 1 著者 : [美]帕特莱克,[美]波里尔 用纸 : 胶版纸
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How to Master Skills for the TOEFL iBT Writing Intermediate is designed to beused either as a textbook for a TOEFL iBT writing preparation course or as a tool for individuallearners who are preparing for the TOEFL test on their own. With a total of 16 units note-taking outlining paraphrasing and summarizing practice
A list of essay topics reconstructed from the ones that have so far been asked on the TOEF L iBT
Two complete tests that familiarize students with the actual test format
Full answer key and Chinese translations
内容简介

《新托福考试专项进阶:高级口语》从托福考试所考查的听、说、读、写四项技能入手,为考生提供了详尽的考试指导,并将各技能分为初、中、高三级,通过独特的“进阶训练”方式,再辅以大量练习,让考生逐步掌握托福实考的技巧,同时切实提高英语实际运用能力,从而在短期内轻松取得托福高分。本丛书内容编排由易到难,循序渐进,实战性强,是不可多得的托福备考资料。
本丛书引进自韩国多乐园出版社。该社成立于1977年,在韩国英语教育出版领域始终处于领军地位。本丛书被韩国众多学校和培训机构指定为课堂教材,在托福考生中享有较高声誉。
作者简介

Michael A.Putlack,美国塔夫茨大学历史学硕士。TOEFL、TOEIC和TEPS考试测试研发方面经验丰富。

Stephen Poirier,加拿大西安大略大学历史学在读博士生,获得卡尔顿大学Professional Technical Writing证书。

目录

Introduction
How to Use This Book
PART 1 Independent Speaking
Chapter 1 Personal Experience
Unit 1 Needing Help
Unit 2 Subjects
Unit 3 Life Changes
Unit 4 Home Characteristics
Unit 5 Celebrations
Unit 6 Gifts
Unit 7 News
Unit 8 Challenging Experiences
Unit 9 Living Environment
Unit 10 Skills

Chapter 2 Personal Preference
Unit 11 Cell Phones
Unit 12 College Housing Arrangements
Unit 13 Part-time Jobs
Unit 14 Life after High School
Unit 15 Measures of Success
Unit 16 Kinds of Books
Unit 17 Films & Concerts
Unit 18 Summer Vacation Activities
Unit 19 Comfort in Different Generations
Unit 20 Life Lessons

PART 2 Integrated Speaking I
Chapter 3 Reading & Conversation
Unit 21 School Facilities 56
Unit 22 Dormitory Policies I
Unit 23 Class Size Increases
Unit 24 School Policies 65
Unit 25 Night Classes 68
Unit 26 Dormitory Policies II
Unit 27 Student Affairs 74
Unit 28 Library Renovations
Unit 29 Online Library Materials
Unit 30 Parking Policies

Chapter 4 Reading & Lecture
Unit 31 Shaping
Unit 32 Memorization
Unit 33 Cyclic Population Change
Unit 34 Short-term Memories
Unit 35 Scent Marketing
Unit 36 Fixed Action Patterns
Unit 37 Creative Categorization
Unit 38 Process Explanation
Unit 39 Competence Stages
Unit 40 Paradoxes of Choice

PART 3 Integrated Speaking II
Chapter 5 Conversation
Unit 41 Student Life I
Unit 42 Internships
Unit 43 Student Activities
Unit 44 Living Situations
Unit 45 Changing Classes
Unit 46 Extracurricular Activities I
Unit 47 Student Life II
Unit 48 Student Advisors
Unit 49 Extracurricular Activities II
Unit 50 Residential Life

Chapter 6 Lecture
Unit 51 Defensive Adaptations
Unit 52 Name Recognition
Unit 53 Art Methods
Unit 54 Animal Cooperation
Unit 55 Pollinator Attraction
Unit 56 Photography
Unit 57 Advertisements
Unit 58 Positive & Negative Reinforcement
Unit 59 Film Shots
Unit 60 Positive Thinking
Actual Tests

Answer Book
PART 1 Independent Speaking
Chapter 1 Personal Experience
Unit 1 Needing Help
Unit 2 Subjects
Unit 3 Life Changes
Unit 4 Home Characteristics
Unit 5 Celebrations
Unit 6 Gifts
Unit 7 News
Unit 8 Challenging Experiences
Unit 9 Living Environment
Unit 10 Skills

Chapter 2 Personal Preference
Unit 11 Cell Phones
Unit 12 College Housing Arrangements
Unit 13 Part-time Jobs
Unit 14 Life after High School
Unit 15 Measures of Success
Unit 16 Kinds of Books
Unit 17 Films & Concerts
Unit 18 Summer Vacation Activities
Unit 19 Comfort in Different Generations
Unit 20 Life Lessons

PART 2 Integrated Speaking I
Chapter 3 Reading & Conversation
Unit 21 School Facilities 56
Unit 22 Dormitory Policies I
Unit 23 Class Size Increases
Unit 24 School Policies 65
Unit 25 Night Classes 68
Unit 26 Dormitory Policies II
Unit 27 Student Affairs 74
Unit 28 Library Renovations
Unit 29 Online Library Materials
Unit 30 Parking Policies

Chapter 4 Reading & Lecture
Unit 31 Shaping
Unit 32 Memorization
Unit 33 Cyclic Population Change
Unit 34 Short-term Memories
Unit 35 Scent Marketing
Unit 36 Fixed Action Patterns
Unit 37 Creative Categorization
Unit 38 Process Explanation
Unit 39 Competence Stages
Unit 40 Paradoxes of Choice

PART 3 Integrated Speaking II
Chapter 5 Conversation
Unit 41 Student Life I
Unit 42 Internships
Unit 43 Student Activities
Unit 44 Living Situations
Unit 45 Changing Classes
Unit 46 Extracurricular Activities I
Unit 47 Student Life II
Unit 48 Student Advisors
Unit 49 Extracurricular Activities II
Unit 50 Residential Life

Chapter 6 Lecture
Unit 51 Defensive Adaptations
Unit 52 Name Recognition
Unit 53 Art Methods
Unit 54 Animal Cooperation
Unit 55 Pollinator Attraction
Unit 56 Photography
Unit 57 Advertisements
Unit 58 Positive & Negative Reinforcement
Unit 59 Film Shots
Unit 60 Positive Thinking
Actual Tests
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We all know the saying that a picture is worth a thousandwords. Thats probably why many of you are intophotography. And you should all know that, dependingupon how a photographer frames, er, takes his picture, hecan make his subject look sympathetic or make it appeardark and ominous. Think about how photographersin different centuries portrayed industrialization. Theirattitudes in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries werealmost completely different, which is reflected in theirwork.
Photography as we know it was invented in thenineteenth century. And this is important, for this wasthe century when industrialism was really starting to takeoff. But you know what? These advances frightenedpeople. They thought the world was changing tooquickly. So photographers were often quite critical ofindustrialism. They took more photographs of nature andpeople instead. They focused mostly on humanity at theexpense of industrialism. Those pictures that did showindustrialism often emphasized peoples dirty, worn, andhopeless faces after theyd worked in the factories all dayor other such negative representations.
The twentieth century, however, saw a dramatic changein attitudes. People began to, uh, celebrate industrialism.Photographers therefore started taking more pictures ofmachines and other tools of industrialization. Not onlydid they increase the numbers of pictures they took, butthey also made sure the pictures showed machines inthe best possible light. Here... See this picture inside anautomobile factory? Notice how clean everything is andhow the people are smiling as they do their jobs. Thispicture is typical of twentieth-centurys attitudes towardindustrialization. It meant to honor industrialization, not todemonize it.
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