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  1. Book One How to Make a Good Impression

  2. Contents Lead-in Activities Vocabulary Enrichment Sentence Structure Translation Guided Writing

  3. Lead-in Activities How to Make a Good Impression

  4. Lead-in Activities---Watch and Discuss In your opinion, how to give a good impression at the first sight? What factors should be considered?

  5. How to Make a Good Impression Pre-reading Questions

  6. Lead-in Activities---Pre-reading Questions • What good qualities do you use if • you want others to be with you and • help you? • What should you do if you want to be • consistently you at your best? • Why does author disagree that • entering a room full of people is like • going into a lion’s cage? • What should we do when we enter • room full of people according to • the author?

  7. Back Answer the following questions. • What good qualities do you use if you want others to be with you and help you? The qualities we use include: physical appearance, energy, rate of speech, pitch and tone of voice, gestures, expression through the eyes, and the ability to hold the interest of other people.

  8. Back 2.What should you do if you want to be consistently you at your best? We should never change the way we act from one situation to another, whether we are having a conversation, or addressing a garden club, or being interviewed for a job.

  9. Back 3. Why does author disagree that entering a room full of people is like going into a lion’s cage? The author believes that, if you agreed these are similar, you would keep your eyes on the lion, and would not look at your feet or at the ceiling.

  10. Back 4. What should we do when we enter room full of people according to the author? Look at those in the room and smile.

  11. Vocabulary Enrichment How to Make a Good Impression

  12. Vocabulary Enrichment 1. impression: n. an effect, a feeling, or an image retained as a consequence of experience 搭 配 make / have/ leave a …impression on sb. 给某人留下….的印象 be under the impression that …. 认为….

  13. II. Vocabulary Enrichment be conscious of doing sth./that Examples 2. conscious:having an awareness of 有意识的 I’m conscious of having made a big mistake. He is still conscious though badly hurt.

  14. II. Vocabulary Enrichment 辨 析 Conscious 是指内心所意识到的感觉 Aware & Conscious Aware 是感观上的感觉

  15. II. Vocabulary Enrichment Range from…to 从….到…. Examples In (within) the range of 在…范围内 3. range:the full extent covered Lether shoes range from $10 a pair. We are within range of their guns.

  16. II. Vocabulary Enrichment Make contact with 和…保持联系 Lose contact with 和…失去联系 We have been in contact with each other for several years. In/out of contact 与…有(失去)联系 3. contact:n. a coming together or touching v. to get in touch with; communicate with The pilot made contact with the ship.

  17. II. Vocabulary Enrichment Now You Try 你需要什么帮助,请尽管找我。 Friendly contacts between different peoples facilitate the cultural and economic interchange. 各国人民的友好接触促进文化和经济的交流。 When you need help, do not hesitate to contact me.

  18. II. Vocabulary Enrichment Now You Try 越是艰险越向前 Examples 4. encounter:to meet, especially unexpectedly; come upon 偶遇,遭遇 The more dangers we encounter, the harder should we push forward. The young scientists encountered many difficulties during their exploration. 年轻的科学家们在探险期间遇到了许多困难。

  19. II. Vocabulary Enrichment 辨 析 Encounter, come across, run across, meet, confront Encounter 指不期而遇,含有“遭遇”之意 Meet with 指意外遇见,意思上相当于come across, run across. Meet 为“会见”,多指安排好的 Confront 有“面对”之意,confront sb. with sth.

  20. II. Vocabulary Enrichment Be absorbed in (= devote oneself to) Examples 5. absorb:To occupy the full attention, interest, or time of; engross The writer was absorbed in his writing that he forgot to flick the ashes from his cigar. Paper that absorb ink is called blotting-paper.

  21. II. Vocabulary Enrichment Now You Try 他完全专心于他的业务。 这件工作占用了我的全部时间。 This job absorbs all of my time. He is completely absorbed in his business.

  22. Public attention at the moment is focused on how to improve their living environments. Examples II. Vocabulary Enrichment 6. to (be) focus (ed) sth. on : concentrate on 他专心从事着雕塑工作。 He is fixing his attention on sculpture.

  23. Examples The failure to isolate a single SARS virus carrier would lead to a chain of victims. II. Vocabulary Enrichment 7. a chain of : A series of closely linked or connected things 一个SARS病毒携带者没有被隔离会导致一连串的人受害。

  24. II. Vocabulary Enrichment Now You Try 搭 配 大雾引起了一系列事故的发生。 The heavy fog caused a chain of accidents. Chain reaction 连锁反应 Chain store 连锁商店 A chain of mountains 一系列山脉/观念/ideas /events/事件

  25. 搭 配 Examples II. Vocabulary Enrichment 8. to be at one’s best :处在最佳状态 You must study hard in the morning when you are at your best. at best 最多,充其量 try/do one’s best 尽力 make the best (use) of 充分利用 had better /best 最好,应当

  26. 留下好印象 To make a good impression on others, we should not take everything too seriously, nor should we take them too casually. Examples II. Vocabulary Enrichment 9. to take … too seriously : 对……过于认真

  27. Now You Try Examples 现在决定自己的未来职业为时尚早。 II. Vocabulary Enrichment 10. Make up one’s mind : decide to do He needs somebody to make up hismind for him. 他需要别人替他作决定。 It’s still premature to make up your mind about your future career.

  28. Examples I formed the impression that she was not completely honest. 有一种印象 II. Vocabulary Enrichment 11. to form an impression about sb.: 对某 人形成一种 印象

  29. Now You Try Examples 我差点被他的粗鲁逼疯了。 II. Vocabulary Enrichment 12. drive everyone crazy: 逼得某人发疯或受 不了 It is common to human nature that poverty drives one to think about changes. 穷则思变,人之常情 I was nearly driven crazy by his roughness.

  30. Structure Analysis How to Make a Good Impression

  31. Structure Analysis Notice 1. so + adj. / adv. (+ that) = to such a degree as to produce a particular result, causing a particular situation. You were committed to what you were talking about and soabsorbed in the moment, you lost all self-consciousness. So that 引导目的状语从句,从句中常有may, might, would, should 等情态动词表示可能性,而它引导结果状语从句通常没有这类情态动词。且从句只能在主句之后,而目的状语从句则可前,可后。

  32. Now You Try She described the events so graphically 她把那些事件描述得活灵活现,我几乎象是能够亲眼目睹了。 他病得很重,我们得派人去请医生。 so ill He was _________ that we had to send for a doctor. that I could almost see them He turned the radio up, so that everyone heard the news.

  33. Structure Analysis Notice 2. do 表强调 I disagree. If I did agree, I certainly wouldn’t look at my feet or at the ceiling. If I did agree 表示一种假设的情况,did在这里起强调、加强语气的作用。 do 的不同形式放在动词的前面起强调作用。

  34. Now You Try 的确告诉了 Examples 跟我最好的朋友在一起,我确实感到很幸福。 He did tell Sally about the truth the other day. I do feel happy together with my best friend.

  35. Structure Analysis Notice 3. either … or… Usually they are either brooding or talking a great deal about themselves. either 和or之间要连接对等成分。如本句就是两个分词结构。还可以连接动词不定式短语等。 在连接两个并列主语时,谓语动词要实行就近原则。

  36. Now You Try Either you or he the thing. 不是你就是他做这件事。 Examples does 就近原则 Either we go now or we remain here forever. 要么我们现在走,要么我们永远在这呆下去。

  37. How to Make a Good Impression Translation Work

  38. Translation Work range from…to… • 不管有意识还是无意识,人们往往用眼神、面部表情、形体动作和态度表露真情,从而使他人产生包括从舒适到害怕的一连串反应。 a chain of reactions Consciously or unconsciously, people show their true feeling wit their eyes, faces, bodies and attitudes, causing a chain of reactions, ranging from comfort to fear.

  39. Translation Work • 想想你与一个陌生人的偶遇,把注意力集中在最初的七秒钟。你当时有何感想,你是如何“解读”他的呢? encounter with focus on Think of your encounter with a stranger. Focus on the first seven seconds. What did you feel and think? How did you “read” this person?

  40. Translation Work • 当时你全身心地投入到自己正在谈论的事情中,是那么专注,以至于完全没有感觉到害羞。 be committed to absorb in You were committed to what you were talking about and so absorbed in the moment that you lost all self-consciousness.

  41. Translation Work mixed message • 演说家常常传递着含糊不清的信息,但听众总是相信亲眼所见胜于耳闻。 to believe what one sees over what one hears Public speakers often send mixed messages, but the audience always believe what they see over what they hear.

  42. Translation Work • 如果你想给人留下好印象,其诀窍在于始终如一地保持自我,你最佳的自我。 make a good impression At one’s best If you want to make a good impression, the trick/ skilled way is to be consistently you, at you best.

  43. How to Make a Good Impression Writing

  44. Writing exercise Exemplification a list of things Support a general statement

  45. 5. Paragraph Writing College Life is Interesting

  46. Guided Writing Topic Sentence Model Example 1 Example 2 Example 3 conclusion

  47. Guided writing 写作模版 College is a place offering various special instructions in professional or technical subjects. ( topic sentence) Take a Foreign Studies university as an example. When walking in campus in the morning, one will hear different languages…. The more interesting language communication occurs in dorms. Colorful extracurricular activities also reflect the interesting aspect of the college life.

  48. Guided writing Reference model: College is a place offering various special instructions in professional or technical subjects. One will find it quite interesting.Take a Foreign Studies University as an example. When walking in campus in the morning, one will hear different languages read or recited by students. It seems that walking in campus for a morning is touring almost the whole world in a minute.

  49. Guided writing Reference model: The more interesting language communication occurs in forms. Since the students are learning different languages, if a word is spoken in English, it can be immediately translated into French, German, or Russian, etc. after students get in bed at nights, “Goodnight”, “Bonsoir”, and “Gute Nacht” etc. accompany them falling asleep. It is interesting that “Englishman”, “Frenchmen” and “Japanese“ are living in one dormitory.