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高中英語牛津版高一下學期CHAPTER FIVE

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[00:07.47]POINTS OF VIEW
[00:10.21]One day, Mr Yang had a friendly argument with Debbie.
[00:17.06]'Kids today watch too much TV and spend too much money,' he said.
[00:24.42]Debbie disagreed,so Mr Yang showed her these newspaper items.
[00:32.76]1 Little Spenders are Big Spenders
[00:39.11]The latest target for TV advertisers is Asia's fastest growing consumer group children
[00:46.55]Asian families are getting smaller and wealthier,
[00:51.23]and Asian children are watching more and more TV.
[00:56.08]One estimate1 says the average Hong Kong child sees about 25,000 TV commercials a year
[01:04.84]To get the attention (and the money)
[01:09.07]of these young viewers the advertisers use little actors.
[01:14.81]'The kids can identify with someone from their own age-group,'
[01:19.99] says one advertiser,
[01:23.44] 'so the adverts2 are more effective.
[01:27.09]And,of course,the little actors earn big money.
[01:31.56]'Not everyone is happy to see kids turned into consumers.
[01:36.81]Some educators believe that if youngsters3 watch the ads,
[01:42.09]they will become more and more materialistic
[01:46.34]One Japanese survey asked children what they wanted most in life.
[01:52.30]Twenty per cent said money or possessions.
[01:56.56]So governments are taking action to protect children.
[02:01.10]Television authorities4 for example,
[02:05.18]would usually ban an ad if it made children feel inferior
[02:11.06]because they did not own the advertised product.
[02:15.42]2 Bad for Children
[02:19.78]With reference5 to your 'Little Spenders' article,
[02:24.46]children should not be used in TV commercials.
[02:29.11]It is illegal for them to work in factories,
[02:33.97]so why are they allowed to work in commercials?
[02:38.54]Also,regarding the high salaries,
[02:42.90] it is bad for children to have too much money.
[02:47.05]3 Silly Toys
[02:51.42]Advertising to children is wrong
[02:56.17]because its aim is to make them ask their parents for money to buy things.
[03:02.94]Also,many things advertised such as toys,are silly and encourage violence.
[03:10.51]If a child buys them,he or she will learn nothing.
[03:15.97]4 Nothig Wrong with Commercials
[03:21.22]I disagree with Mr Hu and Ms Liang.
[03:25.48]Ifcommercials for kids had been harmful,
[03:29.63]the gouvrnment would have banned them long ago.
[03:33.60]Furthermore, what is wrong with children earning a lot of money
[03:38.75]or asking their parents to buy things for them?
[03:42.59]My final point is that children buy toys to have fun with,not to learn from.
[03:49.54]That is what kids want,
[03:52.78]and that is why the 'Smart Tortoises'are one of the world's best selling toys,ever
[03:59.26]LISTENING
[04:03.41]Under standing6 the main points
[06:24.89]SPEAKING
[06:29.93]A Talk time
[06:33.30]when we speak English,wu do not say each word separately.
[06:39.36]We link many of the words together.
[06:43.12]Vowel7 sounds when a word ending with a vowel sound is put together
[06:50.38]with a word starting with a vowel sound,
[06:55.06]we say them as if they were joined with the letter -y-see(y)Asia my(y)estimate
[07:05.20]However, if the first word ends with an osjound,
[07:10.76]we say thenn as if they were joined with the letter-w-no(w)one go(w)inside
[07:20.29]Exercise A1
[07:25.86]be inferior          be asked
[07:31.60]I interrupt          my initials
[07:37.48]they allow           they enjoy
[07:43.05]tie up               we advertise
[07:48.92]w  go out            how awful
[07:55.87]no authority         no entry
[08:01.93]to answer            two eyes
[08:07.99]two offers           you are [08:13.95]Same consonant8 sounds
[08:17.79]when we say words together that finish and start with the same consonant sounds
[08:24.16]we only pronounce one of the sounds.
[08:28.24]latest target best toys
[08:34.30]Exercise A2
[08:37.96]big group            bob brown
[08:44.12]clear report         good driver
[08:49.97]most tv              nine nights
[08:56.32]plastic cards        some money
[09:02.56]top priz
[09:05.62]Consonant and vowel sounds
[09:09.59]when we say a word ending with a consonant sound together with a wordstarting with a vowel sound[09:16.54]we often move the final sound inthe first word to the beginning of the second word
[09:23.10]child actors an estimate
[09:28.87]Exercise A3
[09:32.40]an advertiser
[09:35.56]big audience
[09:38.80]come again
[09:41.75]good example
[09:44.70]more effective
[09:47.86]not everyone
[09:51.02]put on
[09:53.89]take off
[09:56.64]when I
[09:59.41]Exercise A4
[10:02.96]1 Bob Borown is a good driver.
[10:10.90]2 I'm going to attend a tald about teching
[10:18.95]3 Can I have some money for a red dress?
[10:26.10]4 When I switch the light off,pull out the plug.
[10:34.36]5 youought to ask how old she is.
[10:42.61]MORE LANGUAGE
[10:51.08]Reading
[10:56.35]Keys to a better life
[10:59.72]On April 17, 1999,2,500 American bankers
[11:06.85]gave 5,000 talks in elementary schools throughout the United
[11:12.52]States to teach children how to save money.
[11:16.47]The bankers wanted to help the children
[11:20.12]to be able to makesmart decisions about their money.
[11:24.70]They said that 'education and money management skills are keys to a better life
[11:30.86]Here are some of the tips and skills that the bankers advised the children to learn
[11:36.61]Develop A Habit Of Saving9 When You Are Young!
[11:40.66]MAKE YOUR SAVINGS
[11:43.90]VI5I3LE Build Up YourSavings In A Piggy Bank
[11:47.42]Make Sure That Part Of Your Money GoesInto Your Savings
[11:52.10]For every dollar you earn or have spend 25 cents
[11:58.58]on what you want or need now put 25 cents away for a bigger item later,
[12:06.83]and save or invest10 the rest.
[12:12.19]B listing
[12:16.34]Young spenders in America and China Children everywhere love toys.
[12:23.18]As a matter of fact,who doesn't?
[12:26.84]But are toys the number one item that children anywhere will buy
[12:31.91] when they have some money to spend?
[12:34.86]do children in dhe different cultures make the same choices?
[12:39.22]A recent survey by a U.S.professor gives us some intersting infomation.
[12:45.47]The following are some of his findings11.
[12:49.12]Complete the statements according to what ou hear on the tape.
[12:53.98]The number one item for children to buy,
[12:58.14]both in the United Statas and in China,is the same thing.
[13:03.49]Guess what?(1)___!
[13:07.33]The second favouerite item for children inthe U.S.is something to(2)___
[13:13.57]such as(5)____.
[13:18.62](6)____ ____rank third for Chinese children;
[13:23.47]for American children,it is(7)_____.
[13:27.52]well,Children like to play,too.
[13:31.36]So what is their next choice?
[13:36.12](8)___.And for American children?
[13:39.46]Their fourth choice is software of some sort.
[13:44.03]After all, they have to study,too.

點擊收聽單詞發音收聽單詞發音  

1 estimate Ti4zb     
n.估計,估量;評價,看法;vt.估計,估量
參考例句:
  • We estimate the cost to be five thousand dollars.我們估計費用為5000美元。
  • The lowest estimate would put the worth of the jewel at $200.按最低的評估這塊寶石也值200美元。
2 adverts c82a22098d5133b18bfb64b60b66048d     
advertisements 廣告,做廣告
參考例句:
  • the adverts on television 電視廣告
  • The adverts are not very informative. 這些廣告并沒有包含太多有用信息。
3 youngsters 9d413e799253048dc5ebe7d07ff8dd5f     
n.孩子( youngster的名詞復數 );少年;青年;年輕人
參考例句:
  • We followed the youngsters at a more sedate pace. 我們跟在年輕人后面,步子稍慢一點。
  • The camp is for youngsters aged 8 to 14. 這次夏令營是為8至14歲的少年兒童安排的。
4 authorities kyqzgw     
n.當局,權力,權威;權威( authority的名詞復數 );權力;學術權威;[復數]當權者
參考例句:
  • They interceded with the authorities on behalf of the detainees. 他們為被拘留者向當局求情。
  • At his instigation we conceal the fact from the authorities. 我們受他的慫恿向當局隱瞞了事實。 來自《簡明英漢詞典》
5 reference IACzU     
n.提到,說到,暗示,查看,查閱
參考例句:
  • We spent days going through all related reference material.我們花了好多天功夫查閱所有有關的參考資料。
  • I like to have my reference books within my reach.我喜歡把參考書放到伸手可取的地方。
6 standing 2hCzgo     
n.持續,地位;adj.永久的,不動的,直立的,不流動的
參考例句:
  • After the earthquake only a few houses were left standing.地震過后只有幾幢房屋還立著。
  • They're standing out against any change in the law.他們堅決反對對法律做任何修改。
7 vowel eHTyS     
n.元音;元音字母
參考例句:
  • A long vowel is a long sound as in the word"shoe ".長元音即如“shoe” 一詞中的長音。
  • The vowel in words like 'my' and 'thigh' is not very difficult.單詞my和thigh中的元音并不難發。
8 consonant mYEyY     
n.輔音;adj.[音]符合的
參考例句:
  • The quality of this suit isn't quite consonant with its price.這套衣服的質量和價錢不相稱。
  • These are common consonant clusters at the beginning of words.這些單詞的開頭有相同輔音組合。
9 saving XjYzGK     
n.節省,節約;[pl.]儲蓄金,存款
參考例句:
  • Energy saving is term strategic policy of our country.節約能源是我國長期的戰略國策。
  • Old-fashioned housewives were usually very saving.舊時的家庭主婦通常都很節儉。
10 invest Yaizt     
v.投資;投入(時間等);授予,賦予
參考例句:
  • I have decided to invest in a new car.我已經決定買一輛新汽車。
  • The best time to invest is now.現在是投資的最佳時機。
11 findings 4tYzV9     
n.發現物( finding的名詞復數 );調查(或研究)的結果;(陪審團的)裁決
參考例句:
  • It behoves us to study these findings carefully. 我們理應認真研究這些發現。
  • Their findings have been widely disseminated . 他們的研究成果已經廣為傳播。
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