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(小学篇)2016年第03期:在语篇教学中培养学生思维能力的实践与思考(江苏:沈国锋;附PDF下载)20052017-03-15
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(中学篇)2017年第03期:例谈补充阅读在高中英语课堂教学中的应用(浙江:王轶丽)一文涉及的教学内容(附:带修订标记版PDF下载)12652017-02-22
(中学篇)2017年第03期:基于NSEFC 教材Using Language板块的概要写作实践(浙江:翁颖卿)一文涉及的教学材料12852017-02-22
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(中学篇)2017年第03期:外专委第十届高中英语课堂教学观摩培训会(2016年11月•重庆)教学课例(江苏选手:费晨;附PDF下载)31892017-02-22
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(中学篇)2017年第07期:英语概要写作技能分析与课堂基本架构探究 (浙江:段湘萍)一文涉及的教学内容


Many of us invest valuable time, energy and money planning our vacations. We do this because we know for sure that going on vacations must be good for us. Research proves this feeling without a doubt. Vacations help us perform better at work, improve our sleep quality and cushion us against depression.
 
Yet, despite these benefits, many of us return home with a feeling that our last vacation was OK — but not great. In order to change this, some mistakes should be avoided. A classic one for vacation planners is attempting to maximize value for money by planning trips that have too many components (组成部分). Perhaps you're planning a trip to Europe, seven cities in 10 days, and you realize it will cost only a little more to add two more destinations to the list.

(中学篇)2017年第07期:依托阅读材料 促进学生写作能力提升——从观摩江苏省2016年高中英语优质课评比所想到的(江苏:王梅、孟庆忠)一文涉及的教学内容

 
A Carpenter's Story
 
An elderly carpenter was ready to retire. He told his employer-contractor of his plans to leave the house-building business to live a more leisure life with his wife and enjoy his extended family. He would miss the paycheck each week, but he wanted to retire. They could get by.
 
The contractor was sorry to see his good worker go and asked if he could build just one more house as a personal favor. The carpenter said yes, but over time it was easy to see that his heart was not in his work. He resorted to shoddy workmanship and used inferior materials.

(中学篇)2017年第07期:英语语法教学中语料的选编和积累(上海:陈琼;附PDF下载)

  
【摘  要】自从Larsen-Freeman提出了语法技能(grammaring) 理论后,语法教学已逐渐从传统的句子模式上升到语篇层次和真实的语境中,并服务于学生交际能力的培养。本文探讨了语法教学中语料选取和改编的基本原则和途径,以及语言材料积累的方法,从而建立起符合学情的语料资源库,提高语法教学效率。 
 
 
【关键词】语法教学;语法技能;三维框架;语料;语料库
 
 
 
一、 Larsen-Freeman的语法教学观
 
语法作为语言知识体系中的重要组成部分,长久以来都是英语学习与教学的核心。随着语言学理论及教学研究的深入,人们对语法的认知和对语法教学的实践也经历了不断的变革与发展。美国语言学家Larsen-Freeman (2003) 创新地提出了语法技能的概念。

(中学篇)2017年第06期:译林版《英语》九年级上册Unit 4 Reading The Shortest Player in the NBA阅读教学设计探究(江苏:唐利平)一文涉及的教学内容

 
The Shortest Player in the NBA
 
 
Spud Webb was born in Texas, the USA, in 1963. He was very small — much smaller than the other kids at school. However, he had a big dream — he wanted to play in the NBA.
 
While attending junior high, Spud tried out for the school team, but he was refused to ploy at first because he was too small. He did not lose heart. When he finally got the chance, he scored 20 points in his first game.

(中学篇)2017年第06期:外研版高中英语必修四Module 2 Traffic Jams阅读课(重庆:夏恬、王文姝、应斌)一文涉及的教学材料和自编小诗

  
附录1:教学材料
 
Module 2 Getting Around in Beijing
 
Taxis
 
Taxis are on the streets 24 hours a day. Simply raise your hand, and a taxi appears in no time. They are usually red, and they display the price per kilometer on the window.

(中学篇)2017年第06期:阅读教学中培养学生思维能力的实践 (江苏:顾琴、卞学华 )一文涉及的教学内容

 
A Father and a Son
 
Passing through the Atlanta airport one morning, I caught one of those trains that take travelers from the main terminal to their boarding gates. Free, sterile and impersonal, the trains run back and forth all day long. Not many people consider them fun, but on this Saturday I heard laughter.
 
At the front of the first car — looking out the window at the track that lay ahead — were a man and his son.
 
We had just stopped to let off passengers, and the doors were closing again.
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