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焦點英語閱讀:六大技巧輕鬆讀英文(Level 3) (16K彩圖+1MP3)

焦點英語閱讀:六大技巧輕鬆讀英文(Level

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9789863180036
Zachary Fillingham、Owain Mckimm
寂天
2012年8月02日
166.00  元
HK$ 141.1
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ISBN:9789863180036
  • 叢書系列:Conscious Reading
  • 規格:平裝 / 288頁 / 16k / 19 x 26 cm / 普通級 / 全彩印刷 / 初版
  • 出版地:台灣
    Conscious Reading


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    六項全方位的閱讀技巧訓練,有效聚焦閱讀


      《焦點英語閱讀》系列依程度深淺分為三冊,第三冊文章長度每篇約330至360字, 共100篇精采引人的閱讀文章,文章內容囊括各類主題與體裁,範圍涵蓋「旅遊、動物、人物、藝術與文學、商業、娛樂、科技、文化、健康」等多元內容,選題掌握時代脈動,帶領讀者走在知識尖端,如:臉書創辦人、印度五彩節、塗鴉藝術家、北京的沙漠化、體熱能源的運用等,讓讀者在學習英文的同時,也能以英語涉獵各領域的知識。


      全書特色在於每篇文章皆設計有6題閱讀測驗,包含了六項全方位的閱讀技巧訓練:


      1. 中心思想(Main Idea)
      2. 主題(Subject Matter)
      3. 細節(Supporting Details)
      4. 推論(Inference)
      5. 字彙/片語(Vocabulary/Phrases)
      6. 釐清技巧(Clarifying Devices)


      經由這六個面向的問題來切入層層剖析文章,激發思考,並有效理解及掌握文章的要義,確實抓住文章重點。


      精心設定16週讀完100篇文章的學習進度,一天一篇,分量適中,讀者只要跟隨讀書計畫按部就班扎實地學習,就能在短時間內閱讀完大量的文章,不只養成閱讀的好習慣,更能讓閱讀能力更上一層樓。


    作者簡介


    Zachary Fillingham


      薩查利.費寧漢為加拿大人,獲多倫多約克大學國際關係學士、倫敦大學亞非洲學院中國研究碩士。學習的熱情是引導他生命的原則,這項特質讓他來到臺灣,在臺灣,他不僅從事英語教學,也為以英語為第二語言的學生編輯課本教材。除了豐富的自由作家、譯者經驗以外,薩查利也是政治議題網站的執行編輯,並且是世界頂尖金融公司的顧問。


      A Canadian by birth, Zachary holds a BA in International Relations from York University in Toronto and an MA in Chinese Studies from the School of Oriental and African Studies in London, UK. His guiding principle in life is a passion for learning, and this trait led him to Taiwan where he worked as an English teacher and began writing and editing textbooks for ESL students. Apart from his extensive experience as a freelance writer and translator, Zachary has also worked as the Managing Editor for a politics website and a consultant for one of the world’s largest finance companies.


    Owain Mckimm


      歐文.麥金是劍橋大學畢業生,在臺灣工作已超過兩年。他的學生包括不同年齡、不同程度的英語學習者,他也是自由作家。他為許多臺灣的出版品寫稿,作品散見於旅遊及文化雜誌、英語教學雜誌,以及網站雜誌。


      Owain Mckimm is a University of Cambridge graduate who has been working in Taiwan for over two years. He has taught English to learners of all ages and levels, and is also a freelance writer. He has written for numerous publications in Taiwan, including travel and culture magazines, English teaching magazines, and webzines.


    譯者簡介


    林育珊


      教學碩士。喜歡讀英文,說英文,看英文。平日以教英文為樂,著有《初級英檢閱讀模擬練習解析》;除了分享自己教學英文的心得,現亦從事翻譯工作,希望與國內讀者共讀國外好書。


    黃詩韻


      二十郎當時,雄心壯志,遠赴西班牙遊學、外派英國當OL,順便到UEA念碩士。三十而立後,拐個德國佬回來完成人生大事,才到台大啃外文、修教程、取得教師證。人生隨興所至,現只想當譯者、當別人記憶中的高中英文老師。


    邱佳皇


      東吳大學外語學院英語學系畢業,曾任英語教學編輯,從事編譯工作十餘年。熱愛英文與閱讀,喜好大自然。目前為專職翻譯與英語產品編輯。







    1. The Sweetest Poison 最甜美的毒藥
    2. The Era of the Super-Rich: The Robber Barons 超級富豪的時代:強盜大亨
    3. Chasing Cheese 追起司比賽
    4. Zara 颯拉
    5. Dining in the Dark 暗黑用餐
    6. Banksy: The Illegal Artist? 班克斯:違法的藝術家
    7. Zombie Ants 殭屍蟻
    8. Fyodor Dostoevsky: Struggle and Genius 杜斯妥也夫斯基:掙扎與天才
    9. Food Fight! La Tomatina 食物大戰!西班牙蕃茄節
    10. Mark Zuckerberg: from Fencing to Facebook 馬克.祖柏克:從劍術到臉書
    11. Virtual Dressing Room 虛擬試衣間
    12. The City of Music 音樂之都
    13. The Golden Raspberry Awards金酸莓獎
    14. Catatumbo Lightning 卡塔通博閃電
    15. The Soft Glow of the Natural World大自然柔和的光輝
    16. 3D Printing 立體印刷
    17. Hollywood Box Office Bombs 好萊塢票房毒藥
    18. Holi: The Festival of Colors五彩節
    19. Gates of Hell 地獄之門
    20. The Most Poisonous Creatures in the World 世界上最毒的生物
    21. The Collapse of a Wall Street Dynasty華爾街王朝的瓦解
    22. The Adventures of Tintin丁丁歷險記
    23. The Salar de Uyuni 烏尤尼鹽沼
    24. The French Paradox 法式矛盾
    25. Parallel Universes 平行的世界
    26. Permanent Tongue-Twisters永遠的繞口令
    27. Dark Matter暗物質
    28. Face Transplants 變臉
    29. Christopher Reeve 克里斯多福.李維
    30. Dead Animal Art: Damien Hirst 死亡動物的藝術:達米恩赫斯特
    31. The Immortal Jellyfish 長生不死的水母
    32. The Korean Wave 韓流
    33. Bangkok: The Next Atlantis? 曼谷會是下一個「亞特蘭提斯」嗎?
    34. Japan’s Rising Literary Star – Haruki Murakami日本崛起的文學之星-村上春樹
    35. Rare Earth Elements 稀有地球元素
    36. The Incredible Sled Dog 不可思議的雪橇犬
    37. The Asian Plastic Surgery Boom 亞洲整形熱潮
    38. Installation Art: Becoming the Sculpture裝置藝術:成為雕塑的一部分
    39. Copycat Economics 抄襲經濟體
    40. Interactive Books互動式書本
    41. Green Highways綠色公路
    42. A Method in the Madness: Salvador Dali 瘋狂有道:薩爾瓦多達利
    43. From Seljalandsfoss with Love 遙寄自Seljalandsfoss的愛
    44. Lolita Fashion in Japan? 日本的羅莉塔時尚
    45. For-Benefit Enterprise大眾利益企業
    46. Sitcoms情境喜劇
    47. Sustainable Construction: The Next Green Wave永續建築:下一波綠色革命
    48. Belly Dancing: From Mesopotamia to Mainstream肚皮舞:從美索不達米亞到主流
    49. Apricot Kernels: The Cancer Buster? 杏核:未來的癌症剋星?
    50. Yangshuo: China’s Natural Wonder? 陽朔:中國的自然奇觀
    51. The New Age Movement新時代運動
    52. The Life of a Gold Prospector淘金客的一生
    53. LulzSec 魯茲安全
    54. Hidden Risks in Everyday Foods隱藏在日常食物中的危機
    55. Global Dimming: Global Warming’s Evil Twin全球暗化:全球氣候暖化的邪惡雙生子
    56. Second Life第二人生
    57. English: the Great Absorber英文:廣納百家的語言
    58. Oceans of Garbage海洋垃圾
    59. The App Store (iOS) 應用程式商店
    60. Traditional Chinese Medicine傳統中藥
    61. Socotra索克拉島
    62. Paranormal Activity超自然活動
    63. Smartphones Detect Danger in a Heartbeat智慧型手機偵測心跳中的危險因子
    64. The Siege of Beijing北京之圍
    65. Salmonella: The Food沙門氏菌:食物
    66. Golf高爾夫球
    67. The Modern Era: a Language Graveyard摩登年代:語言的墳場
    68. The Origin of Language語言的起源
    69. Chupacabra吸血怪獸
    70. Wangari Maathai: An African Hero 旺加里.瑪塔伊:一位非洲英雄
    71. The Search for Atlantis尋找亞特蘭提斯
    72. Martha Graham現代舞大師:瑪莎.葛蘭姆
    73. Body Heat Energy體熱:綠色新境界
    74. The World’s Most Complex Languages世界上最複雜的語言
    75. The Skull and Bones Society骷髏會
    76. Amphibian Collapse 兩棲類大滅絕
    77. Edogawa Rampo日本推理大師:江戶川亂步
    78. Arabian Sea Tropical Cyclones Intensified by Emissions污染物造成阿拉伯海熱帶氣旋加劇
    79. Cheerleading: Or, the Artful Imparting of Enthusiasm啦啦隊,或是說,以熟練的技巧傳達熱情
    80. Schizophrenia: A Challenging Diagnosis精神分裂症:充滿挑戰的診斷
    81. Endocrine Disruptors in our Environment環境荷爾蒙
    82. The Prophecies of Nostradamus 諾斯特拉達姆士的預言
    83. Confessions of an OCD Sufferer強迫症患者的告白
    84. Fencing擊劍
    85. Doctors Without Borders無國界醫生
    86. Health Anxiety對健康的焦慮
    87. Seances—Talking to the Dead降靈會—和死者對話
    88. Social Interactions社會互動
    89. Pencils of Promise鉛筆的承諾
    90. Taekwondo: The Making of a Korean Martial Art跆拳道:韓國武術的形成
    91. A Tale of Two Chimps兩隻黑猩猩的故事
    92. Claustrophobia幽閉恐懼症
    93. Journey to the Center of the Earth到地心旅行
    94. Daylight Saving Time日光節約時間(夏令時間)
    95. An Aquatic Crisis of Global Proportions全球性水生態平衡危機
    96. Herd Behavior羊群行為
    97. The Hobbit哈比人
    98. On Human Kindness人類的良善
    99. Archery射箭
    100. The Evolution of Forensic Science司法科學的演進





    前言


      Target Reading 3 is the third volume of a series of books concentrating on training reading skills. Each article is designed with six essential questions to help the readers understand the article. These questions are within the framework of the following categories:


    Main Idea


      The readers will have to ask themselves, “What point is the writer trying to make?” By asking this question, they will be aware of looking for an answer during the reading process.


    Subject Matter


      The subject matter question can help readers focus on the articles they are reading. After reading the first few lines of the article, the readers should ask themselves, “What is the subject matter of this article?” They will be concentrating instantly.


    Supporting Details


      The article is made up of details that support the main idea. Supporting details come in various forms, such as examples, explanations, descriptions, definitions, comparisons, contrasts, and metaphors.


    Inference


      Inference questions ask the readers to find the inferences and assumptions made in the article. The main goal of the question is to train readers to think critically and logically.


    Vocabulary/Phrases


      Vocabulary and phrases are important in understanding an article. Imposing inaccurate meanings of some key words or phrases can lead to a gross misunderstanding of the author’s message.


    Clarifying Devices


      The author might use similes and metaphors to capture the readers’ attention and spark their imaginations. The most widely used clarifying devices are signal words (first, second, next, last, finally, etc.), and transitional words (in brief, in conclusion, above all, therefore, since, because). Organizational patterns are also clarifying devices. One such pattern is the chronological pattern, in which events unfold in the order of time.






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