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新视野大学英语听说教程第一册unit 9

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Unit 9

Warming Up

Studying is exciting and fun!

But maybe you don’t realize this yet. School Days provides you with new study methods that are sure to improve your performance in the classroom. With these methods, you will read faster and remember more of the information that you read. This, of course, will help you score higher on tests. And once you see these improved marks, you will want to study more and more. Studying will actually become enjoyable!

More than simply addressing(应付,处理) studying, however, School Days covers(包括,涉及) everything to do with your university life: What you should study as a major; How you should relate to your professor; What kinds of friends are most important for a quality university experience. These are only a few of the questions that will be covered. Of course, you will be able to share your own thoughts and feelings in School Days.

Understanding Short Conversations

Now you will hear ten short conversations. A question will follow each conversation. Listen carefully and choose the best answer from the four possible choices.

1. W: Grades(成绩,分数)are in! And you see this? I’m near the top of the class!

M: I’m glad to see you making the best of your school days. Good work!

Q: Why is the man glad?

2. M: I remember my school days. I don’t think I was half as good as you were.

W: That’s not exactly true. I may work harder, but your grades were as good.

Q: What difference separates the man and woman as students?

3. W: What’s with the tears? You look like you just failed at school.

M: No. I only failed a test. But Mom’s gonna be angry with me this time.

Q: Why is the man upset?

4. M: Did you ask the professor about improving your marks?

W: Yeah. And he gave me a list of study methods that’ll help me to prepare for tests.

Q: What did the woman’s teacher do?

5. W: You were the last person to finish the test. Why? You have problems with it?

M: Nah! It was simple! I just wanted to check my answers. I’m sure I did well.

Q: Why did the man take a long time completing the test?

6. M: I studied all night for this test. I bet1 I’ll score higher than you.

W: I’ll take that bet. There’s no way a person can do well after a sleepless night.

Q: Why does the woman believe she will get a higher grade?

7. W: Professor, I have my test paper. Can I begin it now?

M: Wait a moment. You look really nervous, and I think you should relax first.

Q: What does the man want?

8. M: You took that class in study methods, didn’t you? How’d you like it?

W: OK. I haven’t noticed my grades improve yet, but I’m more organized now.

Q: What has changed for the woman?

9. W: Where is the study lab? I need some help preparing for the test.

M: Go down the hall past the café, through the library, and into the main offices.

Q: Where is the study lab?

10. M: I like this new teacher. She’ s so friendly and helpful. What do you think?

W: I always do better in classes when I’m comfortable. This should help a lot.

Q: What helps the woman?

注释:

1.bet 1) vt. a. 以(钱,物等)打赌. eg. I bet 1,000 dollars that our team will win.

b. 与(某人)打赌,与(某人)以(钱,物等)打赌

eg. I bet you that she would like to marry that poor man.

I bet you 100 dollars that he can do it.

2) n. a. 打赌 have/make bet on sth.

eg. I will take that bet.

b. 赌金,赌注. eg. a ten-dollar bet 10元钱的赌金. put one’s bet on sth.把赌注押在…上

Understanding a Long Conversation

Now you will hear a long conversation followed by five questions. Listen carefully and choose the best answer from the four possible choices.

M: What’s all this stuff in your basket? It looks like you’re trying to buy up the store!

W: Yeah? I guess I do have a lot here. School shopping, you know. Everything you see here will help me be a better student.

M: Hmm, several notebooks…

W: One for each class. I like to keep my notes separate, you know, to be organized. Yeah, and I’ll have lots of paper.

M: Enough to write down every word the teacher says.

W: Well, maybe not every word. But I’ll write down the important things, so I can review later for tests.

M: And a daily planner?

W: Yeah. That’s a good one, there---complete with a calendar to help me plan my days. You should get one to help you remember when your classes are.

M: Thanks, but I don’t have any problem with that. Still, a planner might be useful for me in setting aside time for assignments.

1. What is the woman doing?

2. What will help the woman be a better student?

3. What will the woman put in her notebooks?

4. What will be in the woman’s planner?

5. According to him, why might a daily planner be useful for the man?

Understanding a Passage

Now you will hear a passage followed by five questions. Listen carefully and choose the best answer from the four possible choices.

You might think that studying in school is something you should be doing on your own without assistant from others. In a way, you’re right. You are responsible for your own success and failure in school. This is why you must, by yourself, plan your time well and do your best to pass your exams. Still, there are people who can help you with your studies.

For example, your professor can be of great help. She is not only at the school to supply you information in lectures, but to help in other ways too. No doubt, she even has office hours for students who have questions about the material given in class. By talking to her about your questions, you can improve your knowledge of whatever subject you’re studying. This information, in turn, will help you earn higher grades in your class.

1. What does the speaker think about students working alone?

2. What is a student responsible for?

3. What must a student try his best to do?

4. When can you ask your professor questions according to the professor?

5. Why is asking questions useful? C

Homework

Supplementary Listening

Task 1

Now you will hear a long conversation followed by five questions. Listen carefully and choose the best answer from the four possible choices.

M: That’s all for this week. Thank you. I’ll see you here for another lecture next Tuesday. Don’t forget that next Monday is a holiday and you’ll have no class. You’re free to go---everyone but you, Ms. Swanson. Could I have a minute of your time before you take off(离开,休假)?

W: Sure. Um, is there a problem?

M: I’ve finished grading the tests. I wanted to talk to you before returning them to the class.

W: Oh, don’t tell me that I failed another exam! I tried so hard!

M: You didn’t fail. In fact you got the highest grade in the class. I’m concerned about how you accomplished(达到,完成,实现)this.

W: Well, I didn’t copy from another student, if that’s what you think. I’ve actually changed my study habits, planning my study time better so that I don’t wait until the last day to study. It’s made a world of difference in how well I learn the material.

1. What will happen on Monday?

2. What did the professor want to do before returning the tests?

3. What problem does the professor have?

4. What did the woman do?

5. What has made“a world of difference”for the woman?

Task 2

Now you will hear a passage followed by five questions. Listen carefully and choose the best answer from the four possible choices.

Students at Jefferson University have improved their grades 17 percent over the past year. People from all over the country have come to Jefferson to figure out how this was done. The answer was surprising to them, and it might be surprising to you as well.

One year ago, university leaders were considering methods for improving school performance. One professor suggested that the food a student ate was connected to how well he did in class. A student who eats healthy food seems to do better than one who eats fast food.

This sounded reasonable to school officials, but they weren’t sure how to get students to eat better. An advertising campaign could convince some of them, but maybe not enough. No one could be forced to eat better. In the end, the school forced fast food restaurants to move far away from the university. As a result, students ate less fast food. And, as expected, their grades rose.

1. What attracted people to Jefferson University?

2. What were university leaders thinking about one year ago?

3. Who said that eating better would lead to greater performance?

4. What would be the result of using advertising?

5. How did the university improve eating habits?

答案

Unit 9

School Days

Short Conversations :1.D 2.D 3.B 4.A 5.A 6.C 7.D 8.B 9.C 10.A

Understanding a Passage: 1.A 2.B 3.B 4.A 5.C

Understanding a Movie Speech:

1.faint, 2.sick, 3.afraid, 4.intention, 5.supporting,

6.relieved, 7.stupid,8.cared, 9.smarter, 10.actions

Homework Listening :Task 1: 1.C 2.D 3.D 4.A 5.B , Task 2: 1.A 2.C 3.C 4.B 5.B

Task 3: 1.college, 2.many students graduate, 3.17,000 dollars, 4.the full picture, 5.borrowing by their parents, 6.about ten years, 7.high paying jobs, 8.other public service, 9.their first house, 10.earn very much
 

 

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