读名著·记单词·迈克英语之词汇力系列丛书:绿野仙踪.pdf

读名著·记单词·迈克英语之词汇力系列丛书:绿野仙踪.pdf
 

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《读名著·记单词·迈克英语之词汇力系列丛书:绿野仙踪(中级1册)(适合高中高年级至大学一年级阅读)》讲述了小女孩多萝茜和她的房子被一阵巨大的龙卷风刮到了奇妙的异域奥兹国,碰巧砸死了邪恶的东方女巫,解放了被奴役的芒奇金人。为了回到叔叔婶婶身边,多萝茜得到北方女巫和芒奇金人的指引,要前往伟大的男巫奥兹的翡翠城寻求帮助。一路上,想填一颗脑袋的稻草人、寻找心的铁皮伐木人和胆小的狮子成为了小女孩的伙伴,他们怀着不同的目标开始了一场奇妙而波折的旅程。

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《读名著·记单词·迈克英语之词汇力系列丛书:绿野仙踪(中级1册)(适合高中高年级至大学一年级阅读)》贯穿“悦读名著,速记单词”的理念,体现“语境呈现”、“认知学习”、“运用激活”的词汇科学进阶三部曲。第一步,文本阅读语境呈现(Read Your word Power)。左栏原文中经加粗处理的单词为学习单词,中文释义会在右栏同行呈现。第二步,集中学习、巩固激活(Recite Your Word Power)。所有学习单词按章节数字化排序,绝大多数的单词配有音标、双语解释、示例及词源(大学英语四六级或英专四八级)。第三步,依照词表强化记忆(Revlew Your word Power)。词表根据信息差(information gap)的原理只提供单词原词及其章节编号,中文解释的主动缺位旨在帮助学习者在头脑中进行相关词义的记忆检索及主动提取。

名人推荐
“阅读,尤其是大量阅读,对学习英语的重要性,是怎么强凋都不会过分的。可以这么说,好的英语是‘读’出来的。阅读原著有利于学好英语、拓宽视野、增进学养,可谓一举数得。相信本套丛书具有这样的功效。”
——黄源深,华东师范大学博士生导师,中国澳大利亚研究会徽章,《简爱》译者
“词汇学习是学好英语的必经之路,阅读原著是学习词汇的必由之路,‘读名著·记单词’可助你学好英语一臂之力。”
——庄智象,上海外国语大学博士生导师,上海外语教育出版社社长
“本套英语阅读丛书将文学欣赏、阅读理解、文化习得和词汇学习有机结合融会贯通,为大、中学生以及其他英语学习者提供了‘读在其中,乐在其中’的有效学习途径,起到了增长见识、拓展视野、提高素养的积极作用。”
——王勇,上海对外经贸大学教授,上海高校大学英语教学指导委员会副主任委员

作者简介
作者:(美国)鲍姆(Frank Baum)

鲍姆(Frank Baum)(1856—1919),美国著名童话作家,一生创作童话60余种,有“最受欢迎的故事大王”之称。鲍姆出生在富裕的石油商人家庭,年轻时写作了一部音乐剧《阿兰少女》,父亲死后家道中落。为求生计,鲍姆从事过许多职业,一度还曾做过推销员,正是这种艰辛的生活造就了这位童话王子,他一边旅行一边搜集素材。鲍姆的代表作为《绿野仙踪》及十几种续集;另外有《魔法岛》、《仙岛》、《美丽谷的魔法师》等佳作。戴家琪,英文名Michael,高校英语教师,英语教育学博士,研究兴趣主要包括自主学习与学习策略。曾两度摘得全国大学英语教学大赛上海赛区冠军,并于2013年荣获全国决赛总冠军。从校内到校外,从新东方、昂立、环球雅思再到沪江,已累积十年以上的英浯教学经验,尤其擅长英语语音、词汇突破、雅思听说、英语演讲等方面的教学。授课活泼风趣并穿插英浯学习方法及人生励志感悟,毕生以to make other English learners’life a bit easier为最高使命。《上海日报》英文版“人物专栏”(People)曾对其进行整版专访。为推广科学的学习理念,目前每周一次在沪江网进行英语晨(夜)读导读,读者可通过百度搜索“迈克老师+沪江”进行在线预约。

目录
STEP ONE Read Your Word Power
Introduction
Chapter 1——The Cyclone
Chapter 2——The Council with the Munchkins
Chapter 3——How Dorothy Saved the Scarecrow
Chapter 4——The Road Through the Forest
Chapter 5——The Rescue of the Tin Woodman
Chapter 6——The Cowardly Lion
Chapter 7——The Journey to the Great Oz
Chapter 9——The Deadly Poppy Field
Chapter 9——The Queen of the Field Mice
Chapter 10——The Guardian of the Gate
Chapter 11——The Wonderful City of Oz
Chapter 12——The Search for the Wicked Witch
Chapter 13——The Rescue
Chapter 14——The Winged Monkeys
Chapter 15——The Discovery of Oz, the Terrible
Chapter 16——The Magic Art of the Great Humbug
Chapter 17——How the Balloon Was Launched
Chapter 18——Away to the South
Chapter 19——Attacked by the Fighting Trees
Chapter 20——The Dainty China Country
Chapter 21——The Lion Becomes the King of Beasts
Chapter 22——The Country of the Quadlings
Chapter 23——Glinda the Good Witch Grants Dorothy's Wish
Chapter 24——Home Again
STEP TWO Recite Your Word Power
STEP THREE Review Your Word Power

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"I am anxious to get back to my aunt and unclc, for I am surc thcy will worry about me. Can you help me find my way?"
The Munchkins and the Witch first lookcd at one another, and then at Dorothy, and then shook their heads.
"At the East, not far from here," said one, "there is a great desert,and none could livc to cross it."
"It is the same at the South," said another, " for I havc becn there and seen it. The South is the country of the Quadlings."
"I am told," said the third man, "that it is the same at the West.And that country, where the Winkics livc, is rulcd by the Wickcd Witch of the West, who would make you her slavc if you passed her way."
"Thc North is my home, " said the old lady, "and at its edgc is the samc great descrt that surrounds this Land of Oz. I'm afraid, my dear, you will havc to live with us.',
Dorothy began to sob at this, for she felt loncly among all these strange people.Her tears seemcd to grieve the kind-hearted Munchkins, for they immediately took out their handkerchicfs and began to weep also.As for the little old woman, she took off her cap and balanced the point on the end of her nose, while she counted "Onc,two, three" in a solemn voice.

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