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高中英语牛津版高二上学期CHAPTER FIVE

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[00:-2.00]CHATBACK ON:TUTORIAL CENTRES
[00:-3.00]Have you ever been to a tutorial centre?
[00:-4.00]Do you think tutorial centres can help students?
[00:-5.00]Write and tell us about your experiences and opinions.
[00:-6.00]Send your letters to'Chatback'at the City Mirror.
[00:-7.00]1.Helpful
[00:-8.00]I have studied at a tutorial centre for two years.
[00:-9.00]My command of English has improved considerably1 since I started this course.
[00:10.00]At my centre the fees are reasonable.
[00:11.00]My tutors are all qualified2 teachers.
[00:12.00]I have been helped a lot by them.
[00:13.00]They are sincere and kind.
[00:14.00]One of my teachers was British.
[00:15.00]At first I could not say anything to her.
[00:16.00]But later I learned how to communicate in English with a westerner.
[00:17.00]I think that the tutorial centre has given me a lot of confidence in using English
[00:18.00]MANDY LUO
[00:19.00]2.Waste of money
[00:20.00]I have studied at a tutorial centre for one year.
[00:21.00]However,I consider that I have been cheated.
[00:22.00]These tutorial centres are only interested in making money.
[00:23.00]The fees range from 70 yuan to 80 yuan an hour or even 100 yuan an hour.
[00:24.00]The owners of the centres want to make a lot of money,
[00:25.00]and so they accept many students for each class.
[00:26.00]In my class,there were 54 students when the course started.
[00:27.00]However,they don't want to pay for good teachers.
[00:28.00]My English was a university student.
[00:29.00]His major subject was physics,not English!
[00:30.00]Very often,he could not answer our questions about the use of the language.
[00:31.00]In my opinion,it is better to spend more time on your school work
[00:32.00]than to waste money at a tutorial 'money-making' centre.
[00:33.00]REX YANG
[00:34.00]3.I go to sleep
[00:35.00]I have been attending a tutorial centre for two months.
[00:36.00]I have been forced to attend by my parents.
[00:37.00]But I do not think it is useful for me.
[00:38.00]I am always very tired after school.
[00:39.00]Sometimes I even sleep during the classes in the evening.
[00:40.00]Furthermore,the teachers are very boring.
[00:41.00]They give us a lot of supplementary3 exercises but they teach us nothing.
[00:42.00]I usually read comics.
[00:43.00]Sometimes I go to a video arcade4 to play TV games instead.
[00:44.00]Therefore,I think tutorial centres are useless.
[00:45.00]SIMON LAN
[00:46.00]4.Good and bad
[00:47.00]I have experienced both good and bad tutorial centres.
[00:48.00]In my first centre, I was in a very big class.
[00:49.00]My teacher was an Australian.
[00:50.00]He just talked about his life and his travels.
[00:51.00]I could learn nothing from him.
[00:52.00]I left within a month.
[00:53.00]Then I asked all my friends for their advice.
[00:54.00]As a result,their recommendations,I enrolled6 in classes at another centre.
[00:55.00]In this centre the teachers are excellent
[00:56.00]and there are only 12 students in a class.
[00:57.00]We have been taught many good techniques for developing language skills
[00:58.00]and passing our exams.
[00:59.00]There are good and bad tutorial centres,
[-1:00.00]and you must do some detective work before you enrol5.
[-1:-1.00]Finally,the most important thing is
[-1:-2.00]whether you are willing to learn and to work hard.
[-1:-3.00]The key factor is yourself.
[-1:-4.00]GRACE LI
[-1:-5.00]LISTENING Skills page 81
[-1:-6.00]Understanding directions
[-1:-7.00]Exercise A
[-1:-8.00]Locations on a map
[-1:-9.00]Where are these places on the map?
[-1:10.00]Listen to the recording7 and write the letters in the blanks.
[-1:11.00]There are a lot of tutorial centres in the city,
[-1:12.00]for example,there is the Top-Pass Academy,
[-1:13.00]it's on the north side of the river,behind the hotel,it's on a cross roads
[-1:14.00]Find the Bank,and it's diagonally opposite Bat.
[-1:15.00]The Neverfail Centre is not very far away,
[-1:16.00]it's on the north side of the river,too.
[-1:17.00]It's near a park,it's opposite a hotel and next to the library. [-1:18.00]Best English College is a cross one of the Bridges,
[-1:19.00]done on the self side of the city,
[-1:20.00]it's located between a hotel and a cinema.
[-1:21.00]Exercise B
[-1:22.00]Following directions
[-1:23.00]First,find the place on the map where it says,you are here.
[-1:24.00]Now listen to these conversations and follow the directions.
[-1:25.00]Write the numbers of the places.
[-1:26.00]1.A:Excuse me,could you tell me the way to the London Institute,please?
[-1:27.00]B:Yes,certainly,turn left and go to Farm Road,
[-1:28.00]when you get to Farm Road,turn left again,and then take the second right.
[-1:29.00]Go down that road and take the second turning on your left[-1:30.00]the London Institute is the first building on your left.
[-1:31.00]A:Thanks very much.
[-1:32.00]2.A:I wonder if you could help me?I'm looking for the English Centre
[-1:33.00]B:Oh,yes.I know where that is,well go to Farm Road and turn right,
[-1:34.00]then take the second street on your left,
[-1:35.00]go down there and take the first on your left
[-1:36.00]And the First College is the second place on your left.
[-1:37.00]A:Oh!good, Thanks you hlep.
[-1:38.00]A:Tanks.
[-1:39.00]Exercise C
[-1:40.00]Understanding a plan
[-1:41.00]Listen to a member of staff,welcoming someone to Everbright College.
[-1:42.00]Imagining that the speaker has just entered the college by the main door
[-1:43.00]on the right side of the plan.
[-1:44.00]Write the letters in the blanks to show where each room is.
[-1:45.00]A:Welcome to Everbright College Now as we enter,
[-1:46.00]you see that the toilets are on the right.
[-1:47.00]And there is a small reception area on the left.
[-1:48.00]Looking down the corridor,on our left the first room is the office,
[-1:49.00]and then we have the Principal's room,then there is Class Room 4
[-1:50.00]and after that is Seminar Room 1,which is rather small,
[-1:51.00]there's a big seminar room,Room 2 on the right,next to the toilets.
[-1:52.00]After the small Seminar Room is class Room 2,on the left.
[-1:53.00]Opposite it,it's Class Room 1.
[-1:54.00]At the end of the corridor you can see the Language Laboratory on your left
[-1:55.00]and the library on your right,Classroom 3 is next to Classroom 1,
[-1:56.00]and the Staff Room is between that and Seminar Room 2.
[-1:57.00]Site B  Speaking
[-1:58.00]Page 88
[-1:59.00]A Pronouncing the letters oo
[-2:00.00]The letters oo can be pronounced in several different ways in English.
[-2:-1.00]1.-oo bamboo
[-2:-2.00]kangaroo             too moo
[-2:-3.00]ood food             mood
[-2:-4.00]good                 stood
[-2:-5.00]hood                 wood
[-2:-6.00]-ook book
[-2:-7.00]cook                 crook
[-2:-8.00]hook                 look
[-2:-9.00]shook                took
[-2:10.00]-oot boot
[-2:11.00]root                 hoot
[-2:12.00]loot                 shoot
[-2:13.00]foot                 soot
[-2:14.00]-ool cool
[-2:15.00]fool                 pool
[-2:16.00]tool                 school
[-2:17.00]wool
[-2:18.00]-oom room
[-2:19.00]boom                 broom
[-2:20.00]gloomy [-2:21.00]-oon moon
[-2:22.00]soon                 noon
[-2:23.00]spoon
[-2:24.00]others:hoop goose loose groove8 II.
[-2:25.00]These words have different pronunciations:
[-2:26.00]blood                flood
[-2:27.00]door                 floor
[-2:28.00]III.
[-2:29.00]1.At noon,it's no good trying to see the moon,you fool!
[-2:30.00]2.The cook looked at his book,and soon cooked a goose.
[-2:31.00]3.Inside the door was a dark,gloomy room,with a floor made of wood.
[-2:32.00]4.That kangaroo is a crook:it took my book.
[-2:33.00]5.He stood under the bamboo,and then jumped into the cool pool.
[-2:34.00]6.Put your foot in this boot,is it too loose?
[-2:35.00]MORE LANGUAGE INPUT
[-2:36.00]Reading
[-2:37.00]page 90
[-2:38.00]A Class of One
[-2:39.00]Independent Learning
[-2:40.00]If you want to continue your education,
[-2:41.00]but have no money or time for it,
[-2:42.00]Independent Learning may be the solution.
[-2:43.00]Independent Learning is often described as
[-2:44.00]'A Class of One'you are the only person in the class.
[-2:45.00]You work at your own pace,at a time and place convenient to you,
[-2:46.00]with courses that meet your personal goals[-2:47.00]An Independent Learning centre offers many courses that help you work towards a degree
[-2:48.00]move up the career ladder,
[-2:49.00]or expand your understanding of any subjects that interest you.
[-2:50.00]It provides you with textbooks,
[-2:51.00]study guides,and other materials such as video and audio tapes.
[-2:52.00]You can communicate with your instructor9 by mail,telephone,fax or email.
[-2:53.00]Your instructor reads your paper and makes comments.
[-2:54.00]Then your grades are recorded by the centre before they are mailed back to you
[-2:55.00]Independent Learning gives you the freedom to tailor your learning
[-2:56.00]to your demanding life style.
[-2:57.00]If you are determined10 to try and can keep high motivation
[-2:58.00]and strict self discipline,
[-2:59.00]you will enjoy a real sense of achievement and satisfaction.
[-3:00.00]Listening
[-3:-1.00]Page 91
[-3:-2.00]Listen and supply the missing words.
[-3:-3.00]I very much like studying at Neverfail Centre.
[-3:-4.00]The teachers are very hard working.
[-3:-5.00]Everyone in the class enjoys the lessons.
[-3:-6.00]Neverfail Centre is located in a pleasant part of the city,
[-3:-7.00]and it is very convenient to get to.
[-3:-8.00]Since it is located on the first floor of an industrial building ,
[-3:-9.00]it is sometimes a little noisy in class,
[-3:10.00]but this never distracts11 us from our studies.
[-3:11.00]The Centre has excellent facilities and the fees are reasonable.
[-3:12.00]I find that I am learning a lot,
[-3:13.00]and so I am really pleased that I decided12 to study at the Centre.
[-3:14.00]I would definitely recommend Neverfail Centre to all of my friends.
[-3:15.00]Tutorial centres are now becoming popular in our city.
[-3:16.00]Many people think that they are helping13 to educate our young people.
[-3:17.00]In my opinion,however they are doing a lot of harm.
[-3:18.00]There are three reasons why I object to tutorial centres.
[-3:19.00]First,some students spend over ten hours a day in school and tutorial centres
[-3:20.00]It is not healthy for them.
[-3:21.00]Second,children cannot develop other interests if they are studying all day
[-3:22.00]Third,the staff in some centres are not competent.
[-3:23.00]Therefore,it is time to introduce proper regulations to control these centres

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1 considerably 0YWyQ     
adv.极大地;相当大地;在很大程度上
参考例句:
  • The economic situation has changed considerably.经济形势已发生了相当大的变化。
  • The gap has narrowed considerably.分歧大大缩小了。
2 qualified DCPyj     
adj.合格的,有资格的,胜任的,有限制的
参考例句:
  • He is qualified as a complete man of letters.他有资格当真正的文学家。
  • We must note that we still lack qualified specialists.我们必须看到我们还缺乏有资质的专家。
3 supplementary 0r6ws     
adj.补充的,附加的
参考例句:
  • There is a supplementary water supply in case the rain supply fails.万一主水源断了,我们另外有供水的地方。
  • A supplementary volume has been published containing the index.附有索引的增补卷已经出版。
4 arcade yvHzi     
n.拱廊;(一侧或两侧有商店的)通道
参考例句:
  • At this time of the morning,the arcade was almost empty.在早晨的这个时候,拱廊街上几乎空无一人。
  • In our shopping arcade,you can find different kinds of souvenir.在我们的拱廊市场,你可以发现许多的纪念品。
5 enrol do2xx     
v.(使)注册入学,(使)入学,(使)入会
参考例句:
  • I like your institute but I do not want to enrol.我喜欢你们学院但我不想报名去你院。
  • They decided to enrol him as a member of the society.他们决定吸收他成为会社的成员。
6 enrolled ff7af27948b380bff5d583359796d3c8     
adj.入学登记了的v.[亦作enrol]( enroll的过去式和过去分词 );登记,招收,使入伍(或入会、入学等),参加,成为成员;记入名册;卷起,包起
参考例句:
  • They have been studying hard from the moment they enrolled. 从入学时起,他们就一直努力学习。 来自《简明英汉词典》
  • He enrolled with an employment agency for a teaching position. 他在职业介绍所登了记以谋求一个教师的职位。 来自《简明英汉词典》
7 recording UktzJj     
n.录音,记录
参考例句:
  • How long will the recording of the song take?录下这首歌得花多少时间?
  • I want to play you a recording of the rehearsal.我想给你放一下彩排的录像。
8 groove JeqzD     
n.沟,槽;凹线,(刻出的)线条,习惯
参考例句:
  • They're happy to stay in the same old groove.他们乐于墨守成规。
  • The cupboard door slides open along the groove.食橱门沿槽移开。
9 instructor D6GxY     
n.指导者,教员,教练
参考例句:
  • The college jumped him from instructor to full professor.大学突然把他从讲师提升为正教授。
  • The skiing instructor was a tall,sunburnt man.滑雪教练是一个高高个子晒得黑黑的男子。
10 determined duszmP     
adj.坚定的;有决心的
参考例句:
  • I have determined on going to Tibet after graduation.我已决定毕业后去西藏。
  • He determined to view the rooms behind the office.他决定查看一下办公室后面的房间。
11 distracts 693d3b97c59026bd5bbb9db8f53b32de     
v.使(人)分心,分散(注意力)( distract的第三人称单数 );打扰
参考例句:
  • I'm bored with bridge, but golf still distracts me. 我已经玩厌了桥牌,但是还喜欢玩高尔夫球。 来自辞典例句
  • That kind of thing distracts us and keeps us from doing good. 这些事情使我们耽心,并且妨碍我们做正当的事情。 来自辞典例句
12 decided lvqzZd     
adj.决定了的,坚决的;明显的,明确的
参考例句:
  • This gave them a decided advantage over their opponents.这使他们比对手具有明显的优势。
  • There is a decided difference between British and Chinese way of greeting.英国人和中国人打招呼的方式有很明显的区别。
13 helping 2rGzDc     
n.食物的一份&adj.帮助人的,辅助的
参考例句:
  • The poor children regularly pony up for a second helping of my hamburger. 那些可怜的孩子们总是要求我把我的汉堡包再给他们一份。
  • By doing this, they may at times be helping to restore competition. 这样一来, 他在某些时候,有助于竞争的加强。
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