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Contemporary College English Foreign Language Teaching and Research Press Book 2, Lesson 1

Presented by: Chenle Li 主讲人:李晨乐 Dec 7, 2011

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Warming-up question Background information Main idea

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What are the purposes of college education? Why do we go to college?

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American poet and essayist More than 40 volumes of poetry How Does a Poem Mean? (1959) Professor in English literature
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I came here to be a pharmacist. Why do I have to read Shakespeare?

The business of the college is not only to train you, but to put you in touch with what the best human minds have thought.
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Let me tell you one of the earliest disasters in my career as a teacher. It was January of 1940 and I was fresh out of graduate school starting my first semester at the university. Part of the student body was a beanpole with hair on top who came into my class, sat down, folded his arms, and looked at me as if to say “All right, teach me something.” Two weeks later we started Hamlet. Three weeks later he came into my office with his hands on his hips. “Look,” he said, “ I came here to be a pharmacist. Why do I have to read this stuff?”And not having a book of his own to point to, he pointed to mine which was lying on the desk. ? Paraphrase: to restate a sentence
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Let me tell you one of the earliest disasters in my career as a teacher.

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disaster ?a sudden serious misfortune causing great suffering and damage

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disaster: a complete failure

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It was January of 1940 and I was fresh out of graduate school starting my first semester at the University of Kansas City.
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fresh out of ?to have just come from a particular place e.g. biscuits fresh out of oven ?having just used up one’s supplies e.g. The store was fresh out of coffee.

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Paraphrase
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Part of the student body was a beanpole with hair on top who came into my class, sat down, folded his arms, and looked at me as if to say “All right, teach me something.”

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beanpole: a thin pole used to support bean vines; a tall thin person
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body ?a number of people who do something together in a planned way

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They marched in a body to the Times Square.
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And not having a book of his own to point to, he pointed to mine which was lying on the desk.
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point to ?to draw attention to something , or show where it is by holding out a finger ?to suggest the strong possibility of e.g. All evidence points to his guilt.

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disaster fresh out of beanpole body

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Are there any differences between job training and education? What are the purposes of higher education? Is education for living or making a living?


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