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托福阅读考试速度和技巧因素很关键

[摘要] 托福阅读考试速度和技巧因素很关键

新托福中的阅读一部分是令许多考生头疼的一块儿地区,这是由于考生针对阅读理解存有许多不正确的了解。



许多考生在平常训练时习惯性边读文章边在题型上划线,好像不做 标记 ,逻辑思维就没法紧跟阅读的速率,可是来到真实上机操作考試,不可以对文章做标记的情况下,考生在所难免乱了阵脚。

一些考生由于时间紧,因此压根没等念完全篇就立即做题,这类怀着心存侥幸的考生确实到了考试场实际上是很危险的,由于仅凭对文章部分的理解,没办法把握文章的总体內容和见解。

而也有一些考生务必把文章一字不漏的阅读和汉语翻译以后才可以做题,通常忽略了阅读的速率,这类研读的方式之适用二种状况:一种是考生早已具有非常强的阅读水准,并且长期性应用这类方式,此外一种是这篇文章就是你以前读完过的,即便一字一句的读也不会花过多时间。

很多人都觉得词汇题的做的怎么样彻底在于自身的词汇量,实际上词汇量是占了非常一部分比例,可是不清楚大伙儿是不是经历那样的亲身经历,有时不认识的词历经对前后文的理解和剖析还可以对着干,反倒是这些了解的词汇常常错误,这是由于大伙儿在应对自身有机会的词汇时,通常忽视了前后文的必要性,凭直觉挑选出了一个自觉得理所应当的回答。因此,搞好词汇题的重要就取决于深入剖析前后文,有时,某些词汇题或许必须在文章别的段落找寻案件线索。

实际上阅读一部分不但是检测大伙儿对文章的理解,还包含阅读的速率,这两层面都不可以被忽略,仅是具有扎扎实实的基本还还不够,还必须配搭应用恰当的做题方法才可以获得阅读高分数。

College courses aren’t all “Econ 1011”

and “The History of Europe: 1500-Present”. A trend among many colleges and universities is to offer courses that are slightly off the beaten track . Many of these courses draw their themes from pop culture or sports, or they may be the brainchildren of professors who want to share their passion with students. They may be no less serious than traditional courses, but they certainly cover new academic ground. Students take these off beat courses for a variety of reasons—hoping for an easy A, to try something fun, or to explore a new interest.

1) You can boldly go where no other philosophy student has gone before in Georgetown University ’s “Philosophy and Star Trek” course, where students discuss the nature of time travel, the ability of computers to think and feel, and other philosophical dilemmas facing the crew of the Starship Enterprise.

2) Discover how Brick really felt when Opal left him for his neighbor’s best friend’s sister in the University of Wisconsin’s course entitled “Daytime Serials: Family and Social Roles.” Students analyze

the plots, themes, and characters of daytime soaps and discuss their impact on modern life.

3) If you’ve been longing to research how hot dogs, theme parks, and the five-day workweek have impacted American leisure culture, check out the University of Iowa course “The American Vacation”. This course pays particular attention to how American families’ varying backgrounds shape their vacation experiences.

4) Bowdoin College students can delve into “The Horror Film in Context” in the school’s English Department. Students read Freud and Poe and watch Hitchcock and Craven, all while discussing the horror genre’ s treatment of gender, class, and family.

5) At Williams College, students can learn more about those in the cement shoe industry by enrolling in “Comparative History of Organized Crime”, which compares the work of goodfellas from the United States, Italy, Japan, and Russia.

6) If you’ve got a romantic urge for adventure, check out Barnard College’s course on “The Road Movie”, which studies Easy Rider and Thelma and Louise, while also discussing the genre’s literary precursors , like On the Road and The Odyssey.

7) If hitting the road doesn’t satisfy your rebellious streak, sign up for Brown University’s course on “American Degenerates”, in which students discuss how early British-American writers embraced the grotesque , monstrous, “not our kind” status bestowed on them by the mother country and reflected their zeal for cultural and physical degeneracy in their literature.

8) Those artsy types at the Rhode Island School of Design can put down their paintbrushes and take “The Art of Sin and the Sin of Art”, which contemplates the relationship between sin and the art world. The course catalog invites you to “lust with the saints and burn with the sinners ” .

9) If talking about death several times a week in class sounds like a good time to you, try Purdue University’s “Death and the Nineteenth Century” course. Every poem and novel in the course deals with the 19th-century conception of mortality and the world beyond.

10) At Centre College in Danville, Kentucky, students can take “Art of Walking”, in which students not only read literature by noted perambulators like Kant and Nietzsche, but go for neighborhood strolls with their professor and his dog.

Most college programs offer interesting courses to introduce you to new and fascinating subject matters. Take advantage of the many possibilities offered to you by sitting down with your advisor to talk about course options and then really thinking about the courses you choose to take.

比如如果你见到一篇文章,最先要扫一下第一段,看一下文章的难度系数水平,一般状况,均值每章文章用时11分鐘上下,5篇文章中一定有2篇难度系数略微大一些,因此最先精准定位文章的难度系数和成绩的比例,有利于有效的分配做题时间,便于在同样的时间内取得数最多的成绩。

随后,提议大伙儿从文章的构造下手。文章的第一句至关重要,第一句常常涉及到了文章的主题。别的段落也是关键看第一句,后边的一部分一般全是用于表明段落主题句的,因此略读带过就可以,没必要每一个语句都理解及时,浪费时间。那样把握每段疏忽,就不会出現方向上的理解误差。

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