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课程编码:10B20011

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先修课程:英语语音强化训练

适用专业:英语专业;E+双专业;汉语国际教育

开课院部:外语学院

课程负责人:王婉华
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综合英语是英语专业基础阶段主要必修课程。本课程旨在培养学生英语的综合运用能力。通过严格的基本语言技能训练(听、说、读、写、译单项技能)和系统语言知识的讲解(语音、语法、词汇、语篇分析),来提高英语口头和书面表达的准确度、复杂度、流畅度和丰富度,培养熟练、正确和得体运用英语进行交际的能力;通过对大量多类领域阅读材料的学习和理解,扩大知识面,提升人文素养,发展逻辑思考能力、思辨能力和创新性思维能力;同时通过多种教学方法的运用以及对传统和现代教育技术手段的融合,培养学习者有效的学习方法和学习策略,为高年级专业知识的学习打下扎实的语言基本功。

 

Comprehensive English is the major compulsory course in the fundamental stage for English majors. This course aims at cultivating the integrated English proficiency of the students. The accuracy, complexity, fluency and richness in written and oral English are to be improved via intensive training of the basic language skills (listening, speaking, reading, writing and translation) and the study of the systematic language knowledge (phonetics, grammar, vocabulary and discourse analysis), the result being that English can be used for communication in a fluent, correct and appropriate way. An amount of reading relating to a wide range of subjects ensures the expansion of knowledge and the improvement in humanistic quality, logic, critical and creative thinking. Meanwhile, Learning methods and strategies of the learners can be fostered by the application of various teaching methods and the combination of traditional and modern teaching technology so as to lay a solid foundation for further English study.

课程教学要求

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专业毕业要求

课程教学要求

关联程度

1

英语语言知识

 传授系统的基础语言知识(语音、语法、词汇、语篇分析等),掌握语音、语法基本知识,纠正、巩固语音语调、扩大词汇量,熟练掌握常用表达,通过篇章讲解分析,提高阅读理解能力,对各类文体的了解。

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2

英语文化知识

通过对大量多种领域的阅读材料的阅读和理解,扩大人文知识面,提高人文素养。

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3

(相关)专业学科知识

 

 

4

英语语言技能

严格进行听、说、读、写、译各项英语语言基本技能的训练,全面培养学习者英语交际能力。

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5

跨文化交际能力

通过对中西方文化的广泛涉猎和讨论,各项语言交际活动的开展,培养学生跨文化交际的能力,提高对文化差异的敏感性和宽容性。

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6

(相关)专业方向技能

 

 

7

学术能力

 

 

8

终身学习能力

帮助学生感悟语言学习规律,养成良好的语言学习习惯,培养学生自学能力,形成符合自己个性的高效学习方法和人文学科学习策略;提高学习者的认知能力、独立思考能力、思辨能力和创造性思维能力。

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9

沟通能力

多学科领域的大量阅读能有效扩大知识面,提升人文素养,具备较好的思考能力和判断能力,这些是开展良好人际交流和沟通的重要基础。培养学生英语的综合运用能力,熟练、正确和得体运用英语进行交际沟通的能力。

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10

行业素质

扎实的语言基本功,深厚的人文知识和素养,良好的英语表达和交际能力,为今后从事相关的商贸、翻译、英语教学和科研奠定基础。

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思想道德素质

通过中西方人文知识的摄入,中西方文化的贯通,培养具有较强的综合人文素养,良好的思想道德素质人才。

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     身心素质

通过语言文字文化和思想的承载力,培养有理想、有道德、有文化、有纪律,身心健康,有正确的人生观和世界观的社会主义人才。

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注:“课程教学要求”栏中内容为针对该课程适用专业的专业毕业要求与相关教学要求的具体描述。“关联程度”栏中字母表示二者关联程度。关联程度按高关联、中关联、低关联三档分别表示为“H”“M”或“L”。“课程教学要求”及“关联程度”中的空白栏表示该课程与所对应的专业毕业要求条目不相关。

 

课程教学内容

第二学季  Book I Unit 1-7

章节

名称

主要内容

重难点关键词

学时

类型

Unit 1

Never Say Goodbye

1.To grasp the theme of Unit 1, expand the relative cultural knowledge and develop the skills of reading, speaking and writing via theme-related extended reading, in-class discussion and writing;

(Main theme of Unit 1: a variety of emotions of our human beings and how to overcome some negative emotions)

2. to have a full understanding of Text I by discourse analysis;

3. to have a good command of the new words and useful expressions introduced in Unit 1;

4. to be able to analyze the long and complex sentences presented in Unit 1 correctly;

5. to master the grammatical points: the usage of verbs of perception followed by –ing form/-ed form/infinitive form and the special word order with as and though;

6. Module 1 of exercises (for vocabulary extension and consolidation of grammar).

1. theme-related reading, in-class discussion and writing;

2. words and useful expressions introduced in Unit 1;

3. long and complex sentences in Unit 1;

4. Module 1 of exercises

4 hours in class;2 hours after class.

1.

in class + after class;

2. online + offline; 3. regular performance + final-term exam

Unit 2

The Fun They Had

1.To grasp the theme of Unit 2, expand the relative cultural knowledge and develop the skills of reading, speaking and writing via theme-related extended reading, in-class discussion and writing;

(Main theme of Unit 2: development of education)

2. to have a full understanding of Text I by discourse analysis;

3. to have a good command of the new words and useful expressions introduced in Unit 2;

4. to be able to analyze the long and complex sentences presented in Unit 2 correctly;

5. to master the grammatical points: generic reference and specific reference of the articles;

6. Module 2 of exercises (for enlargement of vocabulary and consolidation of grammar).

1. theme-related reading, in-class discussion and writing;

2. words and useful expressions introduced in Unit 2;

3. long and complex sentences in Unit 2;

4. Module 2 of exercises.

4 hours in class;2 hours after class.

1.

in class + after class;

2. online + offline; 3. regular performance + final-term exam

Unit 3

Whatever Happened to Manners

1.To grasp the theme of Unit 3, expand the relative cultural knowledge and develop the skills of reading, speaking and writing via theme-related extended reading, in-class discussion and writing;

(Main theme of Unit 2: good manners)

2. to have a full understanding of Text I by discourse analysis;

3. to have a good command of the new words and useful expressions introduced in Unit 3;

4. to be able to analyze the long and complex sentences present in Unit 3 correctly;

5. to master the grammatical points:  usage of the comparative constructions — more…than; as…as, etc.;

6. Module 3 of exercises (for enlargement of vocabulary and consolidation of grammar).

1. theme-related reading, in-class discussion and writing;

2. words and useful expressions introduced in Unit 3;

3. long and complex sentences in Unit 3;

4. Module 3 of exercises

4 hours in class;2 hours after class.

1.

in class + after class;

2. online + offline; 3. regular performance + final-term exam

Unit 4

Dealing with AIDS

1.To grasp the theme of Unit 4, expand the relative cultural knowledge and develop the skills of reading, speaking and writing via theme-related extended reading, in-class discussion and writing;

(Main theme of Unit 4: knowledge about AIDS—its definition, causes and harm; the suggestions on how to cope with AIDS and protect our human beings)

2. to have a full understanding of Text I by discourse analysis;

3. to have a good command of the new words and useful expressions introduced in Unit 4;

4. to be able to analyze the long and complex sentences presented in Unit 4 correctly;

5. to master the grammatical points: usage of indefinite pronouns and their compounds; countable and uncountable nouns;

6. Module 4 of exercises (for enlargement of vocabulary and consolidation of grammar).

1. theme-related reading, in-class discussion and writing;

2. words and useful expressions introduced in Unit 4;

3. long and complex sentences in Unit 4;

4. Module 4 of exercises.

4 hours in class;2 hours after class.

1.

in class + after class;

2. online + offline; 3. regular performance + final-term exam

Unit 5

How to Be true to Yourself

1.To grasp the theme of Unit 5, expand the relative cultural knowledge and develop the skills of reading, speaking and writing via theme-related extended reading, in-class discussion and writing;

(Main theme of Unit 5: importance of integrity and some current social phenomena which are against it)

2. to have a full understanding of Text I by discourse analysis;

3. to have a good command of the new words and useful expressions introduced in Unit 5;

4. to be able to analyze the long and complex sentences presented in Unit 5 correctly;

5. to master the grammatical points: usage of indefinite pronouns and their compounds; countable and uncountable nouns;

6. Module 5 of exercises (for enlargement of vocabulary and consolidation of grammar).

1. theme-related reading, in-class discussion and writing;

2. words and useful expressions introduced in Unit 5;

3. long and complex sentences in Unit 5;

4. Module 5 of exercises.

4 hours in class;2 hours after class.

1.

in class + after class;

2. online + offline; 3. regular performance + final-term exam

Unit 6

Is an Only Child a Lonely Child?

1.To grasp the theme of Unit 6, expand the relative cultural knowledge and develop the skills of reading, speaking and writing via theme-related extended reading, in-class discussion and writing;

(Main theme of Unit 6: advantages and disadvantages of China’s population policy)

2. to have a full understanding of Text I by discourse analysis;

3. to have a good command of the new words and useful expressions introduced in Unit 6;

4. to be able to analyze the long and complex sentences presented in Unit 6 correctly;

5. to master the grammatical points: simple prepositions and complex prepositions; conjunctions;

6. Module 6 of exercises (for enlargement of vocabulary and consolidation of grammar).

1. theme-related reading, in-class discussion and writing;

2. words and useful expressions introduced in Unit 6;

3. long and complex sentences in Unit 6;

4. Module 6 of exercises.

4 hours in class;2 hours after class.

1.

in class + after class;

2. online + offline; 3. regular performance + final-term exam

Unit 7

When Lightning Struck

1.To grasp the theme of Unit 7, expand the relative cultural knowledge and develop the skills of reading, speaking and writing via theme-related extended reading, in-class discussion and writing;

(Main theme of Unit 7: Description of an adventurous / unforgettable experience)

2. to have a full understanding of Text I by discourse analysis;

3. to have a good command of the new words and useful expressions introduced in Unit 7;

4. to be able to analyze the long and complex sentences presented in Unit 7 correctly;

5. to master the grammatical points: modal auxiliary + infinitive; be going to / will; hypothetical past;

6. Module 7 of exercises (for enlargement of vocabulary and consolidation of grammar).

1. theme-related reading, in-class discussion and writing;

2. words and useful expressions introduced in Unit 7;

3. long and complex sentences in Unit 7;

4. Module 7 of exercises.

4 hours in class;2 hours after class.

1.

in class + after class;

2. online + offline; 3. regular performance + final-term exam

 

第三、四学季  Book I Unit 9-12;Book II Unit 1-10

章节

名称

主要内容

重难点关键词

学时

类型

Unit 9(BI)

Hollywood

1.To grasp the theme of Unit 9, expand the relative cultural knowledge and develop the skills of reading, speaking and writing via theme-related extended reading, in-class discussion and writing;

(Main theme of Unit 9: entertainment industry in America)

2. to have a full understanding of Text I by discourse analysis;

3. to have a good command of the new words and useful expressions introduced in Unit 9;

4. to be able to analyze the long and complex sentences presented in Unit 9 correctly;

5. to master the grammatical points: tenses; progressive verbs and non-progressive verbs;

6. Module 8 and 9 of exercises (for enlargement of vocabulary and consolidation of grammar).

1. theme-related reading, in-class discussion and writing;

2. words and useful expressions introduced in Unit 9;

3. long and complex sentences in Unit 9;

4. Module 8 and 9 of exercises.

4 hours in class;2 hours after class.

1.

in class + after class;

2. online + offline; 3. regular performance + final-term exam

Unit 10

A Debt to Dickens

1.To grasp the theme of Unit 10, expand the relative cultural knowledge and develop the skills of reading, speaking and writing via theme-related extended reading, in-class discussion and writing;

(Main theme of Unit 10: books and the power of reading)

2. to have a full understanding of Text I by discourse analysis;

3. to have a good command of the new words and useful expressions introduced in Unit 10;

4. to be able to analyze the long and complex sentences presented in Unit 10 correctly;

5. to master the grammatical points: the passive voice and subordination;

6. Module 10 of exercises (for enlargement of vocabulary and consolidation of grammar).

1. theme-related reading, in-class discussion and writing;

2. words and useful expressions introduced in Unit 10;

3. long and complex sentences in Unit 10;

4. Module 10 of exercises.

4 hours in class;2 hours after class.

1.

in class + after class;

2. online + offline; 3. regular performance + final-term exam

Unit 11

Salvation

1.To grasp the theme of Unit 11, expand the relative cultural knowledge and develop the skills of reading, speaking and writing via theme-related extended reading, in-class discussion and writing;

(Main theme of Unit 11: Religious beliefs)

2. to have a full understanding of Text I by discourse analysis;

3. to have a good command of the new words and useful expressions introduced in Unit 11;

4. to be able to analyze the long and complex sentences presented in Unit 11 correctly;

5. to master the grammatical points: reported speech and subject-verb agreement;

6. Module 11 of exercises (for enlargement of vocabulary and consolidation of grammar).

1. theme-related reading, in-class discussion and writing;

2. words and useful expressions introduced in Unit 11;

3. long and complex sentences in Unit 11;

4. Module 11 of exercises.

4 hours in class;2 hours after class.

1.

in class + after class;

2. online + offline; 3. regular performance + final-term exam

Unit 12

Gender Bias in Language

1.To grasp the theme of Unit 12, expand the relative cultural knowledge and develop the skills of reading, speaking and writing via theme-related extended reading, in-class discussion and writing;

(Main theme of Unit 12: Gender bias reflected in our society)

2. to have a full understanding of Text I by discourse analysis;

3. to have a good command of the new words and useful expressions introduced in Unit 12;

4. to be able to analyze the long and complex sentences presented in Unit 12 correctly;

5. to master the grammatical points: the relative clauses;

6. Module 12 of exercises (for enlargement of vocabulary and consolidation of grammar).

1. theme-related reading, in-class discussion and writing;

2. words and useful expressions introduced in Unit 12;

3. long and complex sentences in Unit 12;

4. Module 12 of exercises.

4 hours in class;2 hours after class.

1.

in class + after class;

2. online + offline; 3. regular performance + final-term exam

Unit 1(BII)

We’ve Been Hit!

1.To grasp the theme of Unit 1 B II, expand the relative cultural knowledge and develop the skills of reading, speaking and writing via theme-related extended reading, in-class discussion and writing;

(Main theme of Unit 1 B II: heroic deeds which have been heard or seen)

2. to have a full understanding of Text I by discourse analysis;

3. to have a good command of the new words and useful expressions introduced in Unit 1 B II;

4. to be able to analyze the long and complex sentences presented in Unit 1 B II correctly;

5. to master the grammatical points: usage of used to vs. be used to; would, should, might, could; didn’t need to do vs. needn’t have done;

6. Module 13 of exercises (for enlargement of vocabulary and consolidation of grammar).

1. theme-related reading, in-class discussion and writing;

2. words and useful expressions introduced in Unit 1 B II;

3. long and complex sentences in Unit 1 B II ;

4. Module 13 of exercises.

4 hours in class;2 hours after class.

1.

in class + after class;

2. online + offline; 3. regular performance + final-term exam

Unit 2

The Virtues of Growing Older

1.To grasp the theme of Unit 2 B II, expand the relative cultural knowledge and develop the skills of reading, speaking and writing via theme-related extended reading, in-class discussion and writing;

(Main theme of Unit 2 B II: the advantages of being young and getting older respectively)

2. to have a full understanding of Text I by discourse analysis;

3. to have a good command of the new words and useful expressions introduced in Unit 2 B II;

4. to be able to analyze the long and complex sentences presented in Unit 2 B II correctly;

5. to master the grammatical points: concrete nouns and abstract nouns; quantifiers and determiners; dangling participles;

6. Module 14 of exercises (for enlargement of vocabulary and consolidation of grammar).

1. theme-related reading, in-class discussion and writing;

2. words and useful expressions introduced in Unit 2 B II;

3. long and complex sentences in Unit 2 B II;

4. Module 14 of exercises.

4 hours in class;2 hours after class.

1.

in class + after class;

2. online + offline; 3. regular performance + final-term exam

Unit 3

My Stroke of Luck

1.To grasp the theme of Unit 3 B II, expand the relative cultural knowledge and develop the skills of reading, speaking and writing via theme-related extended reading, in-class discussion and writing;

(Main theme of Unit 3 B II: the truth about love)

2. to have a full understanding of Text I by discourse analysis;

3. to have a good command of the new words and useful expressions introduced in Unit 3 B II;

4. to be able to analyze the long and complex sentences presented in Unit 3 B II correctly;

5. to master the grammatical points: negation and inversion; unit noun; as…as, as vs. like;

6. Module 15 of exercises (for enlargement of vocabulary and consolidation of grammar).

1. theme-related reading, in-class discussion and writing;

2. words and useful expressions introduced in Unit 3 B II;

3. long and complex sentences in Unit 3 B II;

4. Module 15 of exercises.

4 hours in class;2 hours after class.

1.

in class + after class;

2. online + offline; 3. regular performance + final-term exam

Unit 4

Cultural Encounters

1.To grasp the theme of Unit 4 B II, expand the relative cultural knowledge and develop the skills of reading, speaking and writing via theme-related extended reading, in-class discussion and writing;

(Main theme of Unit 4 B II: ways of communication)

2. to have a full understanding of Text I by discourse analysis;

3. to have a good command of the new words and useful expressions introduced in Unit 4 B II;

4. to be able to analyze the long and complex sentences presented in Unit 4 B II correctly;

5. to master the grammatical points: the simple present and the present progressive; position of adjectives;

6. Module 16 of exercises (for enlargement of vocabulary and consolidation of grammar).

1. theme-related reading, in-class discussion and writing;

2. words and useful expressions introduced in Unit 4 B II;

3. long and complex sentences in Unit 4 B II;

4. Module 16 of exercises.

4 hours in class;2 hours after class.

1.

in class + after class;

2. online + offline; 3. regular performance + final-term exam

Unit 5

Fourteen Steps

1.To grasp the theme of Unit 5 B II, expand the relative cultural knowledge and develop the skills of reading, speaking and writing via theme-related extended reading, in-class discussion and writing;

(Main theme of Unit 5 B II: the value of our life)

2. to have a full understanding of Text I by discourse analysis;

3. to have a good command of the new words and useful expressions introduced in Unit 5 B II;

4. to be able to analyze the long and complex sentences presented in Unit 5 B II correctly;

5. to master the grammatical points: numerals; determiners;

6. Module 17 of exercises (for enlargement of vocabulary and consolidation of grammar).

1. theme-related reading, in-class discussion and writing;

2. words and useful expressions introduced in Unit 5 B II;

3. long and complex sentences in Unit 5 B II;

4. Module 17 of exercises.

4 hours in class;2 hours after class.

1.

in class + after class;

2. online + offline; 3. regular performance + final-term exam

Unit 6

The Diary of the Unknown Soldier

1.To grasp the theme of Unit 6 B II, expand the relative cultural knowledge and develop the skills of reading, speaking and writing via theme-related extended reading, in-class discussion and writing;

(Main theme of Unit 6 B II: cruelty of war and how to prevent the war from happening);

2. to have a full understanding of Text I by discourse analysis;

3. to have a good command of the new words and useful expressions introduced in Unit 6 B II;

4. to be able to analyze the long and complex sentences presented in Unit  6 B II correctly;

5. to master the grammatical points: questions; object clauses;

6. Module 18 of exercises (for enlargement of vocabulary and consolidation of grammar).

1. theme-related reading, in-class discussion and writing;

2. words and useful expressions introduced in Unit 6 B II;

3. long and complex sentences in Unit 6 B II;

4. Module 18 of exercises.

4 hours in class;2 hours after class.

1.

in class + after class;

2. online + offline; 3. regular performance + final-term exam

Unit 7

Letter to a B Student

1.To grasp the theme of Unit 7 B II, expand the relative cultural knowledge and develop the skills of reading, speaking and writing via theme-related extended reading, in-class discussion and writing;

(Main theme of Unit 7 B II: how to put grades in perspective);

2. to have a full understanding of Text I by discourse analysis;

3. to have a good command of the new words and useful expressions introduced in Unit 7 B II;

4. to be able to analyze the long and complex sentences presented in Unit 7 B II correctly;

5. to master the grammatical points:

6. Module 19 of exercises (for enlargement of vocabulary and consolidation of grammar).

1. theme-related reading, in-class discussion and writing;

2. words and useful expressions introduced in Unit 7 B II;

3. long and complex sentences in Unit 7 B II;

4. Module 19 of exercises.

4 hours in class;2 hours after class.

1.

in class + after class;

2. online + offline; 3. regular performance + final-term exam

Unit 8

Focus on Global Warming

1.To grasp the theme of Unit 8 B II, expand the relative cultural knowledge and develop the skills of reading, speaking and writing via theme-related extended reading, in-class discussion and writing;

(Main theme of Unit 8 B II: environmental protection)

2. to have a full understanding of Text I by discourse analysis;

3. to have a good command of the new words and useful expressions introduced in Unit 8 B II;

4. to be able to analyze the long and complex sentences presented in Unit 4 correctly;

5. to master the grammatical points: the present perfect tense vs. the simple past tense; connectives (because, as, since, seeing that, for, because of);

6. Module 20 of exercises (for enlargement of vocabulary and consolidation of grammar).

1. theme-related reading, in-class discussion and writing;

2. words and useful expressions introduced in Unit 8 B II;

3. long and complex sentences in Unit 8 B II;

4. Module 20 of exercises.

4 hours in class;2 hours after class.

1.

in class + after class;

2. online + offline; 3. regular performance + final-term exam

Unit 9

What Is Happiness?

1.To grasp the theme of Unit 9 B II, expand the relative cultural knowledge and develop the skills of reading, speaking and writing via theme-related extended reading, in-class discussion and writing;

(Main theme of Unit 9 B II: the pursuit of happiness)

2. to have a full understanding of Text I by discourse analysis;

3. to have a good command of the new words and useful expressions introduced in Unit 9 B II;

4. to be able to analyze the long and complex sentences presented in Unit 9 B II correctly;

5. to master the grammatical points: personal pronouns; nonfinite clauses;

6. Module 21 of exercises (for enlargement of vocabulary and consolidation of grammar).

1. theme-related reading, in-class discussion and writing;

2. words and useful expressions introduced in Unit 9 B II;

3. long and complex sentences in Unit 9 B II;

4. Module 21 of exercises.

4 hours in class;2 hours after class.

1.

in class + after class;

2. online + offline; 3. regular performance + final-term exam

Unit 10

The Jeaning of America

1.To grasp the theme of Unit 10 B II, expand the relative cultural knowledge and develop the skills of reading, speaking and writing via theme-related extended reading, in-class discussion and writing;

(Main theme of Unit 10 B II: spirits of America; American Dream)

2. to have a full understanding of Text I by discourse analysis;

3. to have a good command of the new words and useful expressions introduced in Unit 10 B II;

4. to be able to analyze the long and complex sentences presented in Unit 10 B II correctly;

5. to master the grammatical points: the simple past and the past perfect; have…do/doing/done; adjectives ending in –able;

6. Module 22 of exercises (for enlargement of vocabulary and consolidation of grammar).

1. theme-related reading, in-class discussion and writing;

2. words and useful expressions introduced in Unit 10 BII;

3. long and complex sentences in Unit 10 B II;

4. Module 22 of exercises.

 

 

 

第五、六学季  Book III Unit 1-14

章节

名称

主要内容

重难点关键词

学时

类型

Unit 1

Fresh Start

1.To grasp the theme of Unit 1 B III, expand the relative cultural knowledge and develop the skills of reading, speaking and writing via theme-related extended reading, in-class discussion and writing;

(Main theme of Unit 1 B III: the nature and meaning of tertiary education)

2. to have a full understanding of Text I by discourse analysis;

3. to have a good command of the new words and useful expressions introduced in Unit 1 B III;

4. to be able to analyze the long and complex sentences presented in Unit 1 B III correctly;

5. to master the grammatical points: nominal clauses; adverbial clauses of concession;

6. to learn how to apply the writing technique stated in this unit: how to write an introduction of an essay;

7. Module 23 of exercises (for enlargement of vocabulary and consolidation of grammar).

1. theme-related reading, in-class discussion and writing;

2. words and useful expressions introduced in Unit 1 B III;

3. long and complex sentences in Unit 1 B III;

4. writing technique: an introduction of an essay;

5. Module 23 of exercises.

4 hours in class;2 hours after class.

1.

in class + after class;

2. online + offline; 3. regular performance + final-term exam

Unit 2

The Company Man

1.To grasp the theme of Unit 1 B III, expand the relative cultural knowledge and develop the skills of reading, speaking and writing via theme-related extended reading, in-class discussion and writing;

(Main theme of Unit 2 B III: the balance between work and leisure)

2. to have a full understanding of Text I by discourse analysis;

3. to have a good command of the new words and useful expressions introduced in Unit 2 B III;

4. to be able to analyze the long and complex sentences presented in Unit 2 B III correctly;

5. to master the grammatical points: the present perfect; the present perfect progressive;

6. to learn how to apply the writing technique stated in this unit: how to lay out the basic structure of an essay;

7. Module 24 of exercises (for enlargement of vocabulary and consolidation of grammar).

1. theme-related reading, in-class discussion and writing;

2. words and useful expressions introduced in Unit 2 B III;

3. long and complex sentences in Unit 2 B III;

4. writing technique: basic structure of an essay;

5. Module 24 of exercises.

4 hours in class;2 hours after class.

1.

in class + after class;

2. online + offline; 3. regular performance + final-term exam

Unit 3

Out of Step

1.To grasp the theme of Unit 3 B III, expand the relative cultural knowledge and develop the skills of reading, speaking and writing via theme-related extended reading, in-class discussion and writing;

(Main theme of Unit 3 B III: benefits and problems of the modernization)

2. to have a full understanding of Text I by discourse analysis;

3. to have a good command of the new words and useful expressions introduced in Unit 3 B III;

4. to be able to analyze the long and complex sentences presented in Unit 3 B III correctly;

5. to master the grammatical points: the past perfect vs. the past perfect progressive; shall, should, will, would;

6. to learn how to apply the writing technique stated in this unit: how to write an introduction of an essay (2);

7. Module 25 of exercises (for enlargement of vocabulary and consolidation of grammar).

1. theme-related reading, in-class discussion and writing;

2. words and useful expressions introduced in Unit 3 B III;

3. long and complex sentences in Unit 3 B III;

4. writing technique: an introduction of an essay(2);

5. Module 25 of exercises.

4 hours in class;2 hours after class.

1.

in class + after class;

2. online + offline; 3. regular performance + final-term exam

Unit 4

Fun, Oh Boy. Fun. You Could Die from it

1.To grasp the theme of Unit 4 B III, expand the relative cultural knowledge and develop the skills of reading, speaking and writing via theme-related extended reading, in-class discussion and writing;

(Main theme of Unit 4 B III: the essence of happiness)

2. to have a full understanding of Text I by discourse analysis;

3. to have a good command of the new words and useful expressions introduced in Unit 4 B III;

4. to be able to analyze the long and complex sentences presented in Unit 4 B III correctly;

5. to master the grammatical points: adverbial clauses of cause and effect;

6. to learn how to apply the writing technique stated in this unit: how to write the conclusion of an essay;

7. Module 26 of exercises (for enlargement of vocabulary and consolidation of grammar).

1. theme-related reading, in-class discussion and writing;

2. words and useful expressions introduced in Unit 4 B III;

3. long and complex sentences in Unit 4 B III;

4. writing technique: an conclusion of an essay;

5. Module 26 of exercises.

4 hours in class;2 hours after class.

1.

in class + after class;

2. online + offline; 3. regular performance + final-term exam

Unit 5

The Real Truth about Lies

1.To grasp the theme of Unit 5 B III, expand the relative cultural knowledge and develop the skills of reading, speaking and writing via theme-related extended reading, in-class discussion and writing;

(Main theme of Unit 5 B III: honesty or deception in a dilemma)

2. to have a full understanding of Text I by discourse analysis;

3. to have a good command of the new words and useful expressions introduced in Unit 5 B III;

4. to be able to analyze the long and complex sentences presented in Unit 5 B III correctly;

5. to master the grammatical points: modal auxiliaries; the infinitive vs. the –ing particle;

6. to learn how to apply the writing technique stated in this unit: how to write a descriptive essay;

7. Module 27 of exercises (for enlargement of vocabulary and consolidation of grammar).

1. theme-related reading, in-class discussion and writing;

2. words and useful expressions introduced in Unit 5 B III;

3. long and complex sentences in Unit 5 B III;

4. writing technique: a descriptive essay;

5. Module 27 of exercises.

4 hours in class;2 hours after class.

1.

in class + after class;

2. online + offline; 3. regular performance + final-term exam

Unit 6

How to Write a Rotten Poem with Almost No Effort

1.To grasp the theme of Unit 6 B III, expand the relative cultural knowledge and develop the skills of reading, speaking and writing via theme-related extended reading, in-class discussion and writing;

(Main theme of Unit 6 B III: What is poetry? How can we write a poem?)

2. to have a full understanding of Text I by discourse analysis;

3. to have a good command of the new words and useful expressions introduced in Unit 6 B III;

4. to be able to analyze the long and complex sentences presented in Unit 6 B III correctly;

5. to master the grammatical points: non-finite verb forms as object or complement;

6. to learn how to apply the writing technique stated in this unit: how to write a narrative essay;

7. Module 28 of exercises (for enlargement of vocabulary and consolidation of grammar).

1. theme-related reading, in-class discussion and writing;

2. words and useful expressions introduced in Unit 6 B III;

3. long and complex sentences in Unit 6 B III;

4. writing technique: a narrative essay;

5. Module 28 of exercises.

4 hours in class;2 hours after class.

1.

in class + after class;

2. online + offline; 3. regular performance + final-term exam

Unit 7

The Chaser

1.To grasp the theme of Unit 7 B III, expand the relative cultural knowledge and develop the skills of reading, speaking and writing via theme-related extended reading, in-class discussion and writing;

(Main theme of Unit 7 B III: character of the Young and the character of elderly men)

2. to have a full understanding of Text I by discourse analysis;

3. to have a good command of the new words and useful expressions introduced in Unit 7 B III;

4. to be able to analyze the long and complex sentences presented in Unit 7 B III correctly;

5. to master the grammatical points: fronting and postponement;

6. to learn how to apply the writing technique stated in this unit: how to write a persuasive essay;

7. Module 29 of exercises (for enlargement of vocabulary and consolidation of grammar).

1. theme-related reading, in-class discussion and writing;

2. words and useful expressions introduced in Unit 7 B III;

3. long and complex sentences in Unit 7 B III;

4. writing technique: a persuasive essay;

5. Module 29 of exercises.

4 hours in class;2 hours after class.

1.

in class + after class;

2. online + offline; 3. regular performance + final-term exam

Unit 8

Knowledge and Wisdom

1.To grasp the theme of Unit 8 B III, expand the relative cultural knowledge and develop the skills of reading, speaking and writing via theme-related extended reading, in-class discussion and writing;

(Main theme of Unit 8 B III: a wise man)

2. to have a full understanding of Text I by discourse analysis;

3. to have a good command of the new words and useful expressions introduced in Unit 8 B III;

4. to be able to analyze the long and complex sentences presented in Unit 8 B III correctly;

5. to master the grammatical points: conjunctions;

6. to learn how to apply the writing technique stated in this unit: how to write a process essay;

7. Module 30 of exercises (for enlargement of vocabulary and consolidation of grammar).

1. theme-related reading, in-class discussion and writing;

2. words and useful expressions introduced in Unit 8 B III;

3. long and complex sentences in Unit 8 B III;

4. writing technique: a process essay;

5. Module 30 of exercises.

4 hours in class;2 hours after class.

1.

in class + after class;

2. online + offline; 3. regular performance + final-term exam

Unit 9

Chinese Food

1.To grasp the theme of Unit 9 B III, expand the relative cultural knowledge and develop the skills of reading, speaking and writing via theme-related extended reading, in-class discussion and writing;

(Main theme of Unit 9 B III: food and culture)

2. to have a full understanding of Text I by discourse analysis;

3. to have a good command of the new words and useful expressions introduced in Unit 9 B III;

4. to be able to analyze the long and complex sentences presented in Unit 9 B III correctly;

5. to master the grammatical points: appositive clauses; comparison;

6. to learn how to apply the writing technique stated in this unit: how to write an argumentative essay;

7. Module 31 of exercises (for enlargement of vocabulary and consolidation of grammar).

1. theme-related reading, in-class discussion and writing;

2. words and useful expressions introduced in Unit 9 B III;

3. long and complex sentences in Unit 9 B III;

4. writing technique: an argumentative essay;

5. Module 31 of exercises.

4 hours in class;2 hours after class.

1.

in class + after class;

2. online + offline; 3. regular performance + final-term exam

Unit 10

The Transaction

1.To grasp the theme of Unit 10 B III, expand the relative cultural knowledge and develop the skills of reading, speaking and writing via theme-related extended reading, in-class discussion and writing;

(Main theme of Unit 10 B III: the career of a writer)

2. to have a full understanding of Text I by discourse analysis;

3. to have a good command of the new words and useful expressions introduced in Unit 10 B III;

4. to be able to analyze the long and complex sentences presented in Unit 10 B III correctly;

5. to master the grammatical points: direct speech and indirect speech;

6. to learn how to apply the writing technique stated in this unit: how to write a cause-and-effect essay;

7. Module 32 of exercises (for enlargement of vocabulary and consolidation of grammar).

1. theme-related reading, in-class discussion and writing;

2. words and useful expressions introduced in Unit 10 B III;

3. long and complex sentences in Unit 10 B III;

4. writing technique: a cause-and-effect essay;

5. Module 32 of exercises.

4 hours in class;2 hours after class.

1.

in class + after class;

2. online + offline; 3. regular performance + final-term exam

Unit 11

On Becoming a better Student

1.To grasp the theme of Unit 11 B III, expand the relative cultural knowledge and develop the skills of reading, speaking and writing via theme-related extended reading, in-class discussion and writing;

(Main theme of Unit 11 B III: qualities of a good student or a good teacher)

2. to have a full understanding of Text I by discourse analysis;

3. to have a good command of the new words and useful expressions introduced in Unit 11 B III;

4. to be able to analyze the long and complex sentences presented in Unit 11 B III correctly;

5. to master the grammatical points: non-finite verb forms;

6. to learn how to apply the writing technique stated in this unit: how to write a classification essay;

7. Module 33 of exercises (for enlargement of vocabulary and consolidation of grammar).

1. theme-related reading, in-class discussion and writing;

2. words and useful expressions introduced in Unit 11 B III;

3. long and complex sentences in Unit 11 B III;

4. writing technique: a classification essay;

5. Module 33 of exercises.

4 hours in class;2 hours after class.

1.

in class + after class;

2. online + offline; 3. regular performance + final-term exam

Unit 12

“Take Over, Bos’n!”

1.To grasp the theme of Unit 12 B III, expand the relative cultural knowledge and develop the skills of reading, speaking and writing via theme-related extended reading, in-class discussion and writing;

(Main theme of Unit 12 B III: virtues of our human beings: a sense of responsibility)

2. to have a full understanding of Text I by discourse analysis;

3. to have a good command of the new words and useful expressions introduced in Unit 12 B III;

4. to be able to analyze the long and complex sentences presented in Unit 12 B III correctly;

5. to master the grammatical points: ellipsis, substitution or reference;

6. to learn how to apply the writing technique stated in this unit: how to write a comparison-and-contrast essay;

7. Module 34 of exercises (for enlargement of vocabulary and consolidation of grammar).

1. theme-related reading, in-class discussion and writing;

2. words and useful expressions introduced in Unit 12 B III;

3. long and complex sentences in Unit 12 B III;

4. writing technique: a comparison-and-contrast essay;

5. Module 34 of exercises.

4 hours in class;2 hours after class.

1.

in class + after class;

2. online + offline; 3. regular performance + final-term exam

Unit 13

Our Schedules, Our Selves

1.To grasp the theme of Unit 13 B III, expand the relative cultural knowledge and develop the skills of reading, speaking and writing via theme-related extended reading, in-class discussion and writing;

(Main theme of Unit 13 B III: the nature of success)

2. to have a full understanding of Text I by discourse analysis;

3. to have a good command of the new words and useful expressions introduced in Unit 13 B III;

4. to be able to analyze the long and complex sentences presented in Unit 13 B III correctly;

5. to master the grammatical points: coordination; reflexive pronouns;

6. to learn how to apply the writing technique stated in this unit: how to write a definition essay;

7. Module 35 of exercises (for enlargement of vocabulary and consolidation of grammar).

1. theme-related reading, in-class discussion and writing;

2. words and useful expressions introduced in Unit 13 B III;

3. long and complex sentences in Unit 13 B III;

4. writing technique: a definition essay;

5. Module 35 of exercises.

4 hours in class;2 hours after class.

1.

in class + after class;

2. online + offline; 3. regular performance + final-term exam

Unit 14

Homeless

1.To grasp the theme of Unit 14 B III, expand the relative cultural knowledge and develop the skills of reading, speaking and writing via theme-related extended reading, in-class discussion and writing;

(Main theme of Unit 14 B III: individualism and collectivism)

2. to have a full understanding of Text I by discourse analysis;

3. to have a good command of the new words and useful expressions introduced in Unit 14 B III;

4. to be able to analyze the long and complex sentences presented in Unit 14 B III correctly;

5. to master the grammatical points: if-clauses; subjunctive mood; punctuation;

6. to learn how to apply the writing technique stated in this unit: how to write a critical essay;

7. Module 36 of exercises (for enlargement of vocabulary and consolidation of grammar).

1. theme-related reading, in-class discussion and writing;

2. words and useful expressions introduced in Unit 14 B III;

3. long and complex sentences in Unit 14 B III;

4. writing technique: a critical essay;

5. Module 36 of exercises.

4 hours in class;2 hours after class.

1.

in class + after class;

2. online + offline; 3. regular performance + final-term exam

 

第七、八学季  Book IV Unit 1-14

章节

名称

主要内容

重难点关键词

学时

类型

Unit 1

Never Give In, Never, Never, Never

1.To grasp the theme of Unit 1 B IV, expand the relative cultural knowledge and develop the skills of reading, speaking and writing via theme-related extended reading, in-class discussion and writing;

(Main theme of Unit 1 B IV: Self-confidence)

2. to have a full understanding of Text I by discourse analysis;

3. to have a good command of the new words and useful expressions introduced in Unit 1 B IV;

4. to be able to analyze the long and complex sentences presented in Unit 1 B IV correctly;

5. to master the grammatical points: coordination;

6. Module 37 of exercises (for enlargement of vocabulary and consolidation of grammar).

1. theme-related reading, in-class discussion and writing;

2. words and useful expressions introduced in Unit 1 B IV;

3. long and complex sentences in Unit 1 B IV;

4. Module 37 of exercises.

4 hours in class;2 hours after class.

1.

in class + after class;

2. online + offline; 3. regular performance + final-term exam

Unit 2

Space Invaders

1.To grasp the theme of Unit 1 B IV, expand the relative cultural knowledge and develop the skills of reading, speaking and writing via theme-related extended reading, in-class discussion and writing;

(Main theme of Unit 2 B IV: personal space)

2. to have a full understanding of Text I by discourse analysis;

3. to have a good command of the new words and useful expressions introduced in Unit 2 B IV;

4. to be able to analyze the long and complex sentences presented in Unit 2 B IV correctly;

5. to master the grammatical points: usage of can, could, may, might;

6. Module 38 of exercises (for enlargement of vocabulary and consolidation of grammar).

1. theme-related reading, in-class discussion and writing;

2. words and useful expressions introduced in Unit 2 B IV;

3. long and complex sentences in Unit 2 B IV;

4. Module 38 of exercises.

4 hours in class;2 hours after class.

1.

in class + after class;

2. online + offline; 3. regular performance + final-term exam

Unit 3

Alienation and the Internet

1.To grasp the theme of Unit 3 B IV, expand the relative cultural knowledge and develop the skills of reading, speaking and writing via theme-related extended reading, in-class discussion and writing;

(Main theme of Unit 3 B IV: Benefits and danger of the Internet)

2. to have a full understanding of Text I by discourse analysis;

3. to have a good command of the new words and useful expressions introduced in Unit 3 B IV;

4. to be able to analyze the long and complex sentences presented in Unit 3 B IV correctly;

5. to master the grammatical points: absolute construction; inversion;

6. Module 39 of exercises (for enlargement of vocabulary and consolidation of grammar).

1. theme-related reading, in-class discussion and writing;

2. words and useful expressions introduced in Unit 3 B IV;

3. long and complex sentences in Unit 3 B IV;

4. Module 39 of exercises.

4 hours in class;2 hours after class.

1.

in class + after class;

2. online + offline; 3. regular performance + final-term exam

Unit 4

A View of Mountains

1.To grasp the theme of Unit 4 B IV, expand the relative cultural knowledge and develop the skills of reading, speaking and writing via theme-related extended reading, in-class discussion and writing;

(Main theme of Unit 4 B IV: nuclear threat and how to remove the danger)

2. to have a full understanding of Text I by discourse analysis;

3. to have a good command of the new words and useful expressions introduced in Unit 4 B IV;

4. to be able to analyze the long and complex sentences presented in Unit 4 B IV correctly;

5. to master the grammatical points: the present tense referring to the past or the future;

6. Module 40 of exercises (for enlargement of vocabulary and consolidation of grammar).

1. theme-related reading, in-class discussion and writing;

2. words and useful expressions introduced in Unit 4 B IV;

3. long and complex sentences in Unit 4 B IV;

4. Module 40 of exercises.

4 hours in class;2 hours after class.

1.

in class + after class;

2. online + offline; 3. regular performance + final-term exam

Unit 5

The Tapestry of Friendship

1.To grasp the theme of Unit 5 B IV, expand the relative cultural knowledge and develop the skills of reading, speaking and writing via theme-related extended reading, in-class discussion and writing;

(Main theme of Unit 5 B IV: friendship)

2. to have a full understanding of Text I by discourse analysis;

3. to have a good command of the new words and useful expressions introduced in Unit 5 B IV;

4. to be able to analyze the long and complex sentences presented in Unit 5 B IV correctly;

5. to master the grammatical points: ellipsis;

6. Module 41 of exercises (for enlargement of vocabulary and consolidation of grammar).

1. theme-related reading, in-class discussion and writing;

2. words and useful expressions introduced in Unit 5 B IV;

3. long and complex sentences in Unit 5 B IV;

4. Module 41 of exercises.

4 hours in class;2 hours after class.

1.

in class + after class;

2. online + offline; 3. regular performance + final-term exam

Unit 6

A French Fourth

1.To grasp the theme of Unit 6 B IV, expand the relative cultural knowledge and develop the skills of reading, speaking and writing via theme-related extended reading, in-class discussion and writing;

(Main theme of Unit 6 B IV: Stories of the National Day all over the world)

2. to have a full understanding of Text I by discourse analysis;

3. to have a good command of the new words and useful expressions introduced in Unit 6 B IV;

4. to be able to analyze the long and complex sentences presented in Unit 6 B IV correctly;

5. to master the grammatical points: relative clauses introduced by where, when and why; passive voice;

6. Module 42 of exercises (for enlargement of vocabulary and consolidation of grammar).

1. theme-related reading, in-class discussion and writing;

2. words and useful expressions introduced in Unit 6 B IV;

3. long and complex sentences in Unit 6 B IV;

4. Module 42 of exercises.

4 hours in class;2 hours after class.

1.

in class + after class;

2. online + offline; 3. regular performance + final-term exam

Unit 7

The Monster

1.To grasp the theme of Unit 7 B IV, expand the relative cultural knowledge and develop the skills of reading, speaking and writing via theme-related extended reading, in-class discussion and writing;

(Main theme of Unit 7 B IV: the eccentricities and the talents)

2. to have a full understanding of Text I by discourse analysis;

3. to have a good command of the new words and useful expressions introduced in Unit 7 B IV;

4. to be able to analyze the long and complex sentences presented in Unit 7 B IV correctly;

5. to master the grammatical points: infinitive as noun phrase modifier;

6. Module 43 of exercises (for enlargement of vocabulary and consolidation of grammar).

1. theme-related reading, in-class discussion and writing;

2. words and useful expressions introduced in Unit 7 B IV;

3. long and complex sentences in Unit 7 B IV;

4. Module 43 of exercises.

4 hours in class;2 hours after class.

1.

in class + after class;

2. online + offline; 3. regular performance + final-term exam

Unit 8

The Discus Thrower

1.To grasp the theme of Unit 8 B IV, expand the relative cultural knowledge and develop the skills of reading, speaking and writing via theme-related extended reading, in-class discussion and writing;

(Main theme of Unit 8 B IV: doctor-patient relationship)

2. to have a full understanding of Text I by discourse analysis;

3. to have a good command of the new words and useful expressions introduced in Unit 8 B IV;

4. to be able to analyze the long and complex sentences presented in Unit 8 B IV correctly;

5. to master the grammatical points: usage of as though; agreement;

6. Module 44 of exercises (for enlargement of vocabulary and consolidation of grammar).

1. theme-related reading, in-class discussion and writing;

2. words and useful expressions introduced in Unit 8 B IV;

3. long and complex sentences in Unit 8 B IV;

4. Module 44 of exercises.

4 hours in class;2 hours after class.

1.

in class + after class;

2. online + offline; 3. regular performance + final-term exam

Unit 9

How I Found My Voice

1.To grasp the theme of Unit 9 B IV, expand the relative cultural knowledge and develop the skills of reading, speaking and writing via theme-related extended reading, in-class discussion and writing;

(Main theme of Unit 9 B IV: a good teacher)

2. to have a full understanding of Text I by discourse analysis;

3. to have a good command of the new words and useful expressions introduced in Unit 9 B IV;

4. to be able to analyze the long and complex sentences presented in Unit 9 B IV correctly;

5. to master the grammatical points: usage of can or could indicating permission and ability; position of adjectives and adverbs;

6. Module 45 of exercises (for enlargement of vocabulary and consolidation of grammar).

1. theme-related reading, in-class discussion and writing;

2. words and useful expressions introduced in Unit 9 B IV;

3. long and complex sentences in Unit 9 B IV;

4. Module 45 of exercises.

4 hours in class;2 hours after class.

1.

in class + after class;

2. online + offline; 3. regular performance + final-term exam

Unit 10

The Idiocy of Urban Life

1.To grasp the theme of Unit 10 B IV, expand the relative cultural knowledge and develop the skills of reading, speaking and writing via theme-related extended reading, in-class discussion and writing;

(Main theme of Unit 10 B IV: advantages and disadvantages of urbanization in China)

2. to have a full understanding of Text I by discourse analysis;

3. to have a good command of the new words and useful expressions introduced in Unit 10 B IV;

4. to be able to analyze the long and complex sentences presented in Unit 10 B IV correctly;

5. to master the grammatical points: nominal clauses; adverbial clauses of concession;

6. Module 46 of exercises (for enlargement of vocabulary and consolidation of grammar).

1. theme-related reading, in-class discussion and writing;

2. words and useful expressions introduced in Unit 10 B IV;

3. long and complex sentences in Unit 10 B IV;

4. Module 46 of exercises.

4 hours in class;2 hours after class.

1.

in class + after class;

2. online + offline; 3. regular performance + final-term exam

Unit 11

The Story of an Eyewitness

1.To grasp the theme of Unit 11 B IV, expand the relative cultural knowledge and develop the skills of reading, speaking and writing via theme-related extended reading, in-class discussion and writing;

(Main theme of Unit 11 B IV: natural disasters)

2. to have a full understanding of Text I by discourse analysis;

3. to have a good command of the new words and useful expressions introduced in Unit 11 B IV;

4. to be able to analyze the long and complex sentences presented in Unit 11 B IV correctly;

5. to master the grammatical points: inversion; determiners;

6. Module 47 of exercises (for enlargement of vocabulary and consolidation of grammar).

1. theme-related reading, in-class discussion and writing;

2. words and useful expressions introduced in Unit 11 B IV;

3. long and complex sentences in Unit 11 B IV;

4. Module 47 of exercises.

4 hours in class;2 hours after class.

1.

in class + after class;

2. online + offline; 3. regular performance + final-term exam

Unit 12

A Case of “Severe Bias”

1.To grasp the theme of Unit 12 B IV, expand the relative cultural knowledge and develop the skills of reading, speaking and writing via theme-related extended reading, in-class discussion and writing;

(Main theme of Unit 12 B IV: racial discrimination)

2. to have a full understanding of Text I by discourse analysis;

3. to have a good command of the new words and useful expressions introduced in Unit 12 B IV;

4. to be able to analyze the long and complex sentences presented in Unit 12 B IV correctly;

5. to master the grammatical points: conditionals; position of the modifiers;

6. Module 48 of exercises (for enlargement of vocabulary and consolidation of grammar).

1. theme-related reading, in-class discussion and writing;

2. words and useful expressions introduced in Unit 12 B IV;

3. long and complex sentences in Unit 12 B IV;

4. Module 48 of exercises.

4 hours in class;2 hours after class.

1.

in class + after class;

2. online + offline; 3. regular performance + final-term exam

Unit 13

Marriage

1.To grasp the theme of Unit 13 B IV, expand the relative cultural knowledge and develop the skills of reading, speaking and writing via theme-related extended reading, in-class discussion and writing;

(Main theme of Unit 13 B IV: Secrets of successful marriages)

2. to have a full understanding of Text I by discourse analysis;

3. to have a good command of the new words and useful expressions introduced in Unit 13 B IV;

4. to be able to analyze the long and complex sentences presented in Unit 13 B IV correctly;

5. to master the grammatical points: conjuncts; homonymy of adjectives and adverbs;

6. Module 49 of exercises (for enlargement of vocabulary and consolidation of grammar).

1. theme-related reading, in-class discussion and writing;

2. words and useful expressions introduced in Unit 13 B IV;

3. long and complex sentences in Unit 13 B IV;

4. Module 49 of exercises.

4 hours in class;2 hours after class.

1.

in class + after class;

2. online + offline; 3. regular performance + final-term exam

Unit 14

Under the Sign of Mickey Mouse & Co.

1.To grasp the theme of Unit 14 B IV, expand the relative cultural knowledge and develop the skills of reading, speaking and writing via theme-related extended reading, in-class discussion and writing;

(Main theme of Unit 14 B IV: miracles of American economy)

2. to have a full understanding of Text I by discourse analysis;

3. to have a good command of the new words and useful expressions introduced in Unit 14 B IV;

4. to be able to analyze the long and complex sentences presented in Unit 14 B IV correctly;

5. to master the grammatical points: bare infinitive vs. full infinitive;

6. Module 50 of exercises (for enlargement of vocabulary and consolidation of grammar).

1. theme-related reading, in-class discussion and writing;

2. words and useful expressions introduced in Unit 14 B IV;

3. long and complex sentences in Unit 14 B IV;

4. Module 50 of exercises.

4 hours in class;2 hours after class.

1.

in class + after class;

2. online + offline; 3. regular performance + final-term exam

 

考核要求及成绩评定

序号

成绩类别

考核方式

考核要求

权重(%)

备注

1

期末成绩

期末考试

闭卷

40%

百分制,60分及格

2

平时成绩

单元主题材料收集和阅读

7次/学季

10%

单元相关主题收集的阅读材料在线提交,进入自建语料库;

3

单元主题课堂讨论

 

10%

 

4

单元主题在线写作

7次/学季

10%

使用“句酷写作网”;

5

单元测验

7次/学季

10%

 

6

分小组时事播报

2次/学季

5%

 

7

课后完成语言训练系列模块

7次/学季

10%

在自建语言学习平台上完成(平台在建设中)

8

学习主动性和出勤率

 

5%

三次无故缺勤,无法获得该课程学分

 注:此表中内容为该课程的全部考核方式及其相关信息。

学生学习建议

(一)学习方法建议
    1.充分利用传统学习资源、沪江英语等网络以及多媒体等语言学习渠道,查阅英语杂志期刊及文献,收集与单元主题相关资料,进行选取、整理和归纳,从而提升进行英语信息搜索、整理、分析和归纳的能力;

    2. 开展合作式学习,进行小组合作,积极参入课堂讨论;

    3. 通过英语类广播渠道,关注国内国际时政;

    4. 充分拓展英语语言输入和输出的路径。一年级集中于拓宽听和读的语言输入途径,涉猎多类学科领域,开展浸泡式学习;二年级侧重说和写,充分利用校内校外英语交流资源进行有效语言输出;

    5. 利用“文化在线”或“智慧树”等网络语言学习平台进行英语语言基本功模块强化练习。

    

(二)学生课外阅读参考资料

    1.邹为诚主编.《综合英语教程》[M]. 北京:高等教育出版社, 2011年

    2.李观仪态主编.《新编英语综合教程》[M]. 上海:上海外语教育出版社, 2011年

    3.《朗文当代英语词典》

    4.《牛津现代高级英汉双解词典》

    5.外研社和高等教育出版社英语国家社会和文化的系列拓展教材等等。

课程改革与建设

综合英语为武汉工程大学校级考试改革示范课程,校级精品课程。

本课程对综合英语进行了重新定位。教学目标设定为如下几个方面:1)词汇量。以此为提高语言的丰富性奠定基础;2)语言准确性和复杂性,通过词的使用和句法知识的掌握来实现;3)知识面。涉猎多类领域的知识,涵盖自然科学,人文社科等,拓展知识面;熟悉多类主题,能进行相关讨论;4)独立思考,思辨的能力;5)学习习惯和文科学习策略的养成。

课程改革主要建立在数个教学理念和教学手段的更新上,包含:1)输出驱动型语言教学模式,体现形式为读--议--写教学法 ;2)内容依托式教学模式,表现在教学内容的选择和重组;3)互联网教学平台使用,以句酷修改网作为语言输出平台,有效提升语言的精度。充分利用现有学习平台(文化在线,智慧树等)建设符合我院教学改革需求的技能训练模块。利用在线学习平台的习题设计,练习过程的微观监管,将大部分语言技能的训练置于课下,压缩语言技能课堂训练的时间,转为线下个体练习和实时监控,为专业内容课内学习腾出空间。

采取的改革形式为:课内+课外,线上+线下,平时+期末。1) 课内+课外。教师讲授和学生参入、展示相结合。设计合适的任务引导学生的学习内容和行为;课堂搭建讨论平台,开展主题研讨,鼓励学生自主思考,拓展其视野。授课方式调整为:教师进行主题导入和简介,提出问题,展开讨论,归纳总结,启发进一步思考,设计任务和project引导学生课后行为; 开展课文主题探讨和辩论以及相关主题即时写作。在有限的课时中提供较多的语言输出训练机会,保证学生的参与度;课外学生分小组进行研讨,完成教师设计的task,或者project。完成自建语言技能训练模块,利用已有校内和校外资源,定期开展课外英文实时交流。2)线上+线下。利用在线教育平台进行自主学习和语言技能练习,教师进行学习活动的监控。解决学生的词汇量,语言准确性,熟练程度的问题。初期使用在线教育平台的现有训练材料,今后自行开发,以此更符合我院自身的教学要求和学生特点。 3)平时+期末。增加形成性评估比重,目的在于提高学生语言学习参入度,更具体科学地反映学生的学习状态和成效。基本结构如下:期末测试总分占比60%,平时成绩占比40%,包括出勤率、课外主题阅读、课题展示、课堂讨论或答题表现、写作、听写、课后作业、单元小测验等部分组成。教学形式的改革通过学习任务的设计,有效引导了学生的课外学习行为,促进了课外语言的输出和输入,增加了语言阅读量,拓宽了学科视野和知识面;授课定位的改变,使得教师单向讲解的时间减少,创造了更多学生展示的机会,这既是语言输出的平台,同时也是检核和有效监管学生学习行为的手段。形成性考核的方式,促进了学生平时学习的参入度,提高了学习成效。本课程前期进行了三年的相关改革,并在考评中获得优秀,积累了有效经验。

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