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《美国语文读本2(美国原版经典语文课本)》:这套读本的英文原版共分七级,包括启蒙读本和第1-6级。

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作       者:(美)威廉·H·麦加菲

出  版  社:上海三联书店

出版时间:2011-01-01

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《美国语文读本2(美国原版经典语文课本)》:这套读本的英文原版共分七级,包括启蒙读本和第1-6级。考虑到启蒙读本与第一级篇幅都较少,难易程度也很接近,于是将之合并为第1册,其余2-6级与英文原版相同。这样国内出版的这套读本共包括6册。 从《美国语文读本2(美国原版经典语文课本)》开始,均是比较正式的课文,概述了历史、生物、天文、动物学、植物学、餐桌礼仪、行为举止、对神和老师的态度等。每一课包括词汇和课文,并且对一些生词的英文做出了解释,让学生学会通过简单英文理解生词,养成用英语理解和思维的习惯。 这套读本的英文原版共分七级,包括启蒙读本和第1-6级。考虑到启蒙读本与第一级篇幅都较少,难易程度也很近,于是将之合并为第1册,其余2-6级与英文原版相同。这样国内出版的这套读本共包括6册。 从本书始,均是比较正式的课文,概述了历史、生物、天文、动物学、植物学、餐桌礼仪、行为举止、对神和老师的态度等。每一课包括词汇和课文,并且对一些生词的英文做出了解释,让学生学会通过简单英文理解生词,养成用英语理解和思维的习惯。 This series of schoolbooks teaching reading and moral precepts,originally prepared by William Holmes who was a professor at MiamiUniversity McGuffey, had a profound influence on public educationin the United States. The eclectic readers, meaning that theselections were chosen from a number of sources, were consideredremarkably literary works and probably exerted a greater influenceupon literary tastes in the United States more than any other book,excluding the Bible. It is estimated that at least 120 million copies of McGuffey'sReaders were sold between 1836 and 1960, placing its sales in acategory with the Bible and Webster's Dictionary. Since 1961 theyhave continued to sell at a rate of some 30,000 copies a year. Noother textbook bearing a single person's name has come close tothat mark. McGuffey's Readers are still in use today in some schoolsystems, and by parents for home schooling purposes. The second reader appeared simultaneously with the first andfollowed the same pattern. It contained reading and spelling witheighty-five lessons, sixteen pictures and one-hundred sixty-sixpages. It outlined history, biology, astronomy, zoology, botany;table manners, behavior towards family, attitudes toward God andteachers, the poor; the great and the good. The duties of youth arestressed. Millions of pioneer men and women were alumni of thissecond reader college, they were able to read and writeEnglish.
【作者】
William Holmes McGuffey (September 23, 1800 – May 4, 1873) wasan American professor and college president who is best known forwriting the McGuffey Readers, one of the nation's first and mostwidely used series of textbooks. It is estimated that at least 122million copies of McGuffey Readers were sold between 1836 and 1960,placing its sales in a category with the Bible and Webster'sDictionary. He was born the son of Alexander and Anna (Holmes) McGuffey nearClaysville in Washington County, Pennsylvania, which is 45 milessouthwest of Pittsburgh. In 1802 the McGuffey family moved furtherout into the frontier at Tuscarawas County, Ohio. He attendedcountry school, and after receiving special instruction atYoungstown, he attended Greersburg Academy in Darlington,Pennsylvania. Afterwards, he attended and graduated fromPennsylvania's Washington College, where he became aninstructor. He was close friends with Washington College's President AndrewWylie and lived in Wylie's house for a time; they often would walkthe 3 miles to Washington College together. McGuffey's house in OxfordMcGuffey left Washington College in1826 to become a professor at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. Ayear later in 1827, he was married to Harriet Spinning of Dayton,Ohio, with whom he had five children. In 1829, he was ordained atBethel Chapel as a minister in the Presbyterian Church. It was inOxford that he created the most important contribution of his life:The McGuffey Readers. His books sold over 122 million copies. Hewas very fond of teaching and children as he geared the bookstoward a younger audience. In 1836, he left Miami to become president of Cincinnati College,where he also served as a distinguished teacher and lecturer. Heleft Cincinnati in 1839 to become the 4th president of OhioUniversity, which he left in 1843 to become president of WoodwardCollege (really a secondary school) in Cincinnati. In 1845, McGuffey moved to Charlottesville, Virginia where hebecame Professor of Philosophy at the University of Virginia. Ayear after his first wife Harriet died in 1850, he married MissLaura Howard, daughter of Dean Howard of the University ofVirginia, in 1851. McGuffey is buried in the university burialground, in Charlottesville, Virginia. The School of Education atMiami University is housed in McGuffey Hall which is named for himand his home in Oxford is a National Historic Landmark offeringtours on weekdays.
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LESSON 1 EVENING AT HOME

LESSON 2 BUBBLES

LESSON 3 WILLIE'S LETTER

LESSON 4 THE LITTLE STAR

LESSON 5 TWO DOGS

LESSON 6 AFRAID IN THE DARK

LESSON 7 BABY BYE

LESSON 8 PUSS AND HER KITTENS

LESSON 9 KITTY AND MOUSIE

LESSON 10 AT WORK

LESSON 11 WHAT A BIRD TAUGHT

LESSON 12 SUSIE SUNBEAM

LESSON 13 IF I WERE A SUNBEAM

LESSON 14 HENRY, THE BOOTBLACK

LESSON 15 DON'T WAKE THE BABY

LESSON 16 A KIND BROTHER

LESSON 17 MY GOOD-FOR-NOTHING

LESSON 18 THE KINGBIRD

LESSON 19 EVENING HYMN

LESSON 20 THE QUARREL

LESSON 21 THE BEE

LESSON 22 THE SONG OF THE BEE

LESSON 23 THE TORN DOLL

LESSON 24 SHEEP-SHEARING

LESSON 25 THE CLOUDS

LESSON 26 PATTY AND THE SQUIRREL

LESSON 27 THE SPARROW

LESSON 28 SAM AND HARRY

LESSON 29 THE LITTLE RILL

LESSON 30 THE BOAT UPSET

LESSON 31 MARY'S LETTER

LESSON 32 THE TIGER

LESSON 33 THE FIRESIDE

LESSON 34 BIRDIE'S MORNING SONG

LESSON 35 WILLIE AND BOUNCE

LESSON 36 WILLIE AND BOUNCE(CONCLUDED)

LESSON 37 THE KITCHEN CLOCK

LESSON 38 THE NEW SCALES

LESSON 39 THE BEAR AND THE CHILDREN

LESSON 40 THE LITTLE HAREBELL

LESSON 41 THE FISHHAWK

LESSON 42 WHAT THE LEAF SAID

LESSON 43 THE WIND AND THE LEAVES

LESSON 44 MAMMA'S PRESENT

LESSON 45 MARY'S STORY

LESSON 46 RALPH WICK

LESSON 47 COASTING DOWN THE HILL

LESSON 48 THE FOX AND THE DUCKS

LESSON 49 PRETTY IS THAT PRETTY DOES

LESSON 50 THE STORY-TELLER

LESSON 51 THE STORY TELLER(CONCLUDED)

LESSON 52 THE OWL

LESSON 53 THE OWL(CONCLUDED)

LESSON 54 GRANDFATHER'S STORY

LESSON 55 GOD IS GREAT AND GOOD

LESSON 56 A GOOD OLD MAN

LESSON 57 THE GREEDY GIRL

LESSON 58 A PLACE FOR EVERYTHING

LESSON 59 MY MOTHER

LESSON 60 THE BROKEN WINDOW

LESSON 61 THE BROKEN WINDOW(CONCLUDED)

LESSON 62 FRANK AND THE HOURGLASS

LESSON 63 MARCH

LESSON 64 JENNY'S CALL

LESSON 65 POOR DAVY

LESSON 66 ALICE'S SUPPER

LESSON 67 A SNOWSTORM

LESSON 68 BESSIE

LESSON 69 BESSIE(CONCLUDED)

LESSON 70 CHEERFULNESS

LESSON 71 LULLABY

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