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Slide1:  Passage I Applying for a New Boss Passage II Beginning the Business Unit Nine Slide2:  Passage I Practice Related Information Intensive Study Slide3:  Usually there are 5 steps of the job-seeking process. The process starts with the preparation of a personal data record and then proceeds through preparing a resume, writing an application letter, completing an application form, attending interviews, and accepting or declining a job offer.   Of course, it is not easy to choose a career; it will take you a lot of time and require your careful thought. However, when you know you can look forward to working in your dream job, you’ll be glad you thought it through.   Text-related Information Slide4:  Text Intensive Study Difficult Sentences Important Words   Slide5:  Intensive Study Applying for a New Boss Para.1 When I went off to college, I got one piece of advice from my father: “It doesn’t matter what courses you take, just find the great professors.” Sure enough, I soon discovered that all kinds of subjects were interesting to me as long as good teachers presented them. In Professor Weinstein’s class, I could hear the tumbrels rolling through the streets of Paris during the French Revolution. Slide6:  And going back further, I can still recall things about the stars that I should have long ago forgotten if not for my second-grade teacher, Miss Scorchiotti. To me, a great teacher is one who performs a subject in a way that makes it come alive. Intensive Study Slide7:  Intensive Study Para.2  A great boss does the same. They turn the day-to-day uninteresting jobs into a learning experience. They convince you that you and what you are doing actually matter. They give you confidence, which makes you more willing to ask a question, or assume responsibility, or even suggest a change in some age-old company process. In short, a great boss knows how to teach.   Slide8:  Intensive Study Para.3 So my advice to anyone bound for the job market in the coming years and to anyone looking for a different work experience is: Don’t interview for the right job. Interview for the right boss. Not a best person, but someone who is willing and able to help you grow professionally.   Slide9:  Para.4 What are some signs of the wrong boss? Well, anyone who:   is surrounded by the same team year after year. If you’re such a good teacher, why aren’t these people moving on and getting promoted?   is short of a sense of humor. Life is short. Work is hard. Let’s lighten up when facing something difficult.   loves typing. Hates talking. Why are you emailing me when I sit across the hall?   Intensive Study Slide10:  Para.5 Who are the best bosses I ever had? Angela, my first boss out of college, was very clever and outspoken. She ruffled feathers around the company but was eager to let me in on what she thought and why.   Intensive Study Slide11:  Para.6 My boss Tom used to say: “You can sleep when you’re dead.” Working for Tom was just a bit exhausting. But he was also unbelievably straightforward, and quick to ask advice and give it. We often had different opinions, yet our discussions helped both of us learn more about what we were trying to perform. A great boss both gives respect and earns it.   Intensive Study Slide12:  Para.7 And how do you know when you’re found the right boss? Be yourself with them and see if the self they are with you is someone you want to learn from for a couple of years. If that person is dull or dogmatic in an interview, guess what they’re going to be like Monday through Friday? Interviewees are on their best behavior in that setting, but so are interviewers. You don’t like what you see? The power is yours. Go out and interview another boss.   Intensive Study Slide13:  Difficult Sentences 1. (Para. 1) And going back further, I can still recall things about the stars that I should have long ago forgotten if not for my second-grade teacher, Miss Scorchiotti....   Example: If not for your help, we couldn’t have finished the experiment successfully.   being an elliptical clause which can be assumed to be if it were not for ...   再早些,我仍然记得有关星体的知识,若不是由于我二年级的斯高奇奥迪老师,我早就将其忘光了。 introduces a relative clause subjunctive mood Slide14:  Difficult Sentences 2. (Para. 5) She ruffled feathers around the company but was eager to let me in on what she thought and why.   Example: Don’t get your feathers ruffled about it. You are not the boss here.   I’ll let you in on a little secret: I’ve never been there.   The phrase let sb. in on sth. means to allow to share or to know a secret. 她对公司上下指指点点,但却愿意让我了解她的想法和做事的原因。   Ruffle feathers is used here figuratively to mean become annoyed. Slide15:  a relative clause modifying self with that omitted.   Difficult Sentences 3. (Para. 7) Be yourself with them and see if the self they are with you is someone you want to learn from for a couple of years. Example: You should be yourself if you want the audience to like your speech.    要与他们自然相处,看一看与你相处的人是否是你这两三年来想要学习的人。   behave naturally Slide16:  Important Words 1. present v. give away; introduce; show; put forward for consideration 给予;介绍;展现;提出   He presented her with a signed copy of his book.   He had the honor of being presented to the Chairman.   This report ought to be presented in greater detail and in clearer language.   FOR EXAMPLE Slide17:  Important Words 2. recall v. remember; call back sth.; send for or take back 记得;想起;召回;取回   I recalled that my luggage had been taken away.   The government recalled the general after he lost the battle.   The manufacturer has recalled a lot of their cars that were unsafe.   The sight recalled my childhood.   FOR EXAMPLE Slide18:  Important Words 3. perform v. carry out; act or show in a play; function 做;表演;表现   He performed a dance for them on stage.   Our team performed very well in the match yesterday.   The new machine is performing very well.   FOR EXAMPLE Slide19:  Important Words 4. convince v. cause sb. to believe or feel certain; persuade 说服;使信服;劝说   FOR EXAMPLE We convinced Anne to go by train rather than by plane.   It’s going to be hard to convince my wife that we can’t afford a new car.   This has convinced her of the serious situation.   You can convince people to buy almost anything.   Slide20:  Important Words 5. assume v. suppose; begin to use; take upon oneself; pretend to be 假定;采用;承担;假装   I was often mistakenly assumed to be a Welshman because of my surname.   I assumed that he could read.   Assuming it rains tomorrow, what shall we do?   You’ll assume your new duties next week.   She assumes a well-informed manner but in fact knows very little.   FOR EXAMPLE Slide21:  Important Words 6. bound a. certain; having a firm intention; have a duty to obey; intend to travel to一定的;决意 的;有义务的;驶往(某地)的   You are bound to succeed.   He is bound to go, and nothing can stop him.   We are bound by the government’s pay policy.   I’m bound to say, he is a very honest person.   The ship is bound for New York.   FOR EXAMPLE Slide22:  Important Words 7. promote v. advance in position or rank; bring goods to public notice in order to increase sales; help in the growth 提升;推销产品;促进   FOR EXAMPLE The company could do more to promote its production growth.   He was recently promoted to General Manager.   The firm is promoting a new kind of toothbrush on TV.   Milk promotes health.   Slide23:  Read and Think Read and Complete Read and Simulate Read and Translate Practice Slide24:  1 Answer the following questions according to the passage.   Read and Think 1 What did the author’s father advise him to do before he went to college?   He advised him to choose great professors.   Slide25:  Read and Think What’s the author’s general idea about a good boss?   A good boss knows how to teach.   In the author’s opinion, what should also be the purpose of an interview for a candidate?   To look for a right boss.   Slide26:  Read and Think 4 Why did the author like his first boss?   Because she could make him know her ideas and the reasons for doing things.   5 Why is it possible to find the right boss in an interview?   Because at the same time you are also interviewing the interviewer.   Slide27:  2. Fill in the blanks without referring to the passage.   Read and Complete Great bosses turn the day-to-day uninteresting jobs into a 1 ________ experience. They convince you that you and what you are doing actually 2 ________. They give you confidence, which makes you more 3 ________ to ask a question, or assume responsibility, or even 4 ________ a change in some age-old company 5 ________. In short, a great boss knows how to 6 ________.   learning matter willing suggest process teach Slide28:  1. A good boss works in the same way as a great teacher does. They a.  turn the routine jobs into _______________________; b. convince you __________________________________ _______________ ; c. make you _______________________________________ ________________________________________________ ________________________ 3. Complete the outline according to the passage.   Read and Complete a learning experience more willing to ask a question, assume   Slide29:  Read and Complete how to teach   respect and earns it   2. In a word, a great boss   a. knows _____________; b. both gives __________________.   3. A wrong boss a. is surrounded_____________________________. b.is short of__________________. c. loves __________________ and hates ____________. by the same team year after year a sense of humor   a sense of humor   typing; talking   Slide30:  4 Fill in the blanks with the proper words and expressions given below, changing the form if necessary.     Read and Complete present bound for matter recall   come perform lighten up assume eager convince alive 1. The winner of the election __________ the office of senator.   assumed Slide31:  Read and Complete 2. The old man ____________ when he heard the news of the successful operation on his son.   3. On seeing the pictures, he began to ______ his experiences during World War II.   lightened up recall present bound for matter recall   come perform lighten up assume eager convince alive Slide32:  Read and Complete 4. About 200 heart operations a year _____________ in Brook Hospital.   are performed 5. He is such a good story-teller that he can make his characters __________. come alive   present bound for matter recall   come perform lighten up assume eager convince alive Slide33:  Read and Complete 6. Our teacher was trying to __________ an accurate picture of history.   7. Sheila shouldn’t have got lost because I gave her very __________ directions.   present bound for present bound for matter recall   come perform lighten up assume eager convince alive Slide34:  Read and Complete 8. It took them a few years to ________ me that it was possible.   convince 9. The children were _______ to see the performance.   eager present bound for matter recall   come perform lighten up assume eager convince alive Slide35:  Read and Complete Your happiness, that is the only thing that ________.   matters present bound for matter recall   come perform lighten up assume eager convince alive Slide36:  Read and Translate 5 Translate the following sentences into English.   1. 只要你做好准备,面试时你就会充满自信。 You will be full of confidence during the interview as long as you are well prepared.   as long as Slide37:  Read and Translate 2. 这家商店向顾客允诺绝不卖假货,而且它确实做 到了。 The shop promised its customers that it would never sell fake goods, and sure enough it did so.    fake goods sure enough Slide38:  Read and Translate 3. 由于他努力工作,最近他被提升为部门经理。   Because he is working hard, he has been promoted to the position of department manager.   promote Slide39:  Read and Translate 4. 他受到大家的尊重,因为他有很强的正义感。   He is respected by others because he has a strong sense of justice.   a sense of Slide40:  Read and Translate 5. 汤姆叔叔在病中,所以我们现在不想让他知道这个 消息。 Because Uncle Tom is ill, we don’t want to let him in on the news right now.   let ... in on Slide41:  Read and Translate 6. 一个好的上司应当鼓励他的助手坦率地发表意见。 A good boss should encourage his assistants to be outspoken in expressing their opinions.   be outspoken Slide42:  Read and Simulate 6 Pay attention to the italicized part in the English sentences and translate the Chinese sentences by simulating the structure of the English sentences.   Slide43:  Read and Simulate 1. It doesn’t matter what courses you take, just find out the great professors.   It doesn’t matter where you go, just come back before 10 o’clock.   Now you try 结果多糟糕都没关系,只要绝不失去信心就行。   你用什么方法告诉她这个消息都没关系,只要能使她情绪稳定就好。   It doesn’t matter how bad the result is, just never lose your confidence.   It doesn’t matter how you tell her the news, just make her calm.   Slide44:  Read and Simulate 2. They turn the day-to-day work into a learning experience.   The students like Professor Wang very much, for he can turn complicated problems into easy ones.   Now you try 他们尽了最大努力将他们原来的小公司发展成为一个大公司。   谁能将这篇文章译成英语?   They made every effect to turn their small firm into a big one.   Who can turn this article into English? Slide45:  Read and Simulate 3. They convince you that you and what you are doing actually matter.   The city government has convinced the public that the housing problem will soon be solved .   Now you try 他的妈妈使他相信这个问题很严重。   你所做的事情使我相信你说话总是算数的。 His mother convinced him that the problem was very serious.   What you did convinced me that you always keep your words.   Slide46:  Read and Simulate 4. A great boss both gives respect and earns it.   She both plays the piano and sings.   Now you try 这些危险对男人和对女人都构成威胁。   前景既使我兴奋又使我担忧。   These are dangers that threaten both men and women.   The prospects both excited and worried me.   Slide47:  Read and Simulate 5. Be yourself with them and see if the self they are with you is someone you want to learn from for a couple of years.   Phone her up and see if she can come tonight.   Now you try 到你叔叔家去一趟,看看他是否需要你帮忙。   学习再用功一些,看看你是否会取得更大进步。   Go to your uncle’s home and see if he needs your help.   Study harder and see if you can make more progress.   Slide48:  Read and Simulate 6. If you are such a good teacher, why aren’t these people moving on and getting promoted?   If you have exams tomorrow, why aren’t you studying?   Now you try 如果你对足球感兴趣,为什么不去看比赛?   如果他是我的一个中学同学,我为什么会不认识他? If you are interested in football, why don’t you go to watch the match?   If he was one of my classmates in high school, why don’t I know him?   Slide49:  Practice Passage II Related Information Intensive Study Slide50:  The job world is rapidly changing. In 1995, two-thirds of workers in the United States had jobs with regular hours, medical benefits, and retirement plans. Only one-third of them owned their business in that year. By the year 2010, one-half of all workers in the United States will have their own business. If you are looking for a new job or occupation, think about starting your own business.   Text-related Information Slide51:  Text Intensive Study Difficult Sentences Important Words Slide52:  Intensive Study Beginning the Business Para. 1 In Connecticut, a northeastern state near New York, Stew Leonard’s father was the owner of a small dairy. He used to take Stew along when he delivered milk to families in the morning. From childhood, Stew Leonard remembered wanting to be somebody, wanting to be noticed and appreciated. Perhaps it had something to do with being the sixth out of seven children. After studying dairy manufacturing at the University of Connecticut, Stew Leonard assumed he would go into a partnership with his father. But his father died suddenly, and Stew found himself taking over the family business with his brothers. Slide53:  Intensive Study Para. 2 Fifteen years later, unexpected conditions led to another change: the state put a highway right through the land where the dairy was located. Stew surveyed customers to see what they wanted, and he visited other small dairies to find out how they were doing. The farmer who was bottling and selling his milk on the premises, rather than selling it to a middleman was doing well, while many of the old-fashioned dairies were going under. Stew Leonard decided to redesign his dairy business to suit the changing times and his personal character. Slide54:  Para. 3 More than door-to-door service, Stew Leonard found out that customers wanted good milk prices. So, he ended deliveries and instead created a factory-outlet dairy store. He bought raw milk from farmers in large quantities, processed it in a glass-enclosed plant in the middle of the store and sold it in standard half-gallon cartons with his name and a picture of a cow on them. His slogan was, “You’d have to own a cow to get fresher milk.”   Slide55:  Intensive Study Para. 4 As the business grew, he created more and more of a Disneyland Dairy Store where customers might come and bring their children to be entertained. As Leonard says, “Where children go, their mothers will follow.” Not long after, he began adding to his original list of dairy products and enlarging the  building until it became, as proclaimed on the building, “the world’s largest dairy store.”   Slide56:  Para. 5 To Stew Leonard, the distinction between a supermarket and amusement park is slight, and not necessarily useful. Para. 6 “Everyone feels supermarket shopping is a hard and dull job,” Mr. Leonard said in an interview in his office overlooking the selling floor: “I try to make it fun.” Slide57:  Para. 7 Mr. Leonard clearly has the most fun greeting customers, and most are glad to see him. As he made his way through the produce section during the interview, Dr. Shelley Dreisman of Westport, Connecticut, happily shook his hand, but her daughter, Emily, aged six, shyly turned away. “She only wants to shake hands with the cow,” Dr. Dreisman explained.   Para. 8 That cow, it turns out, is often Mr. Leonard, too. When the burdens of running a $100 million business seem too great, he puts on a cow suit closet and goes out and hugs customers ... His successes came from this business principle.   Slide58:  Difficult Sentences (Para. 1) From childhood, Stew Leonard remembered wanting to be somebody, wanting to be noticed and appreciated.   to become an important or well-known person. Translation:  似乎很长时间没有收到你的信了。从孩提时代起,斯蒂·伦纳德就立志要做一个有作为的人,成为引人注目、受人尊重的人。   Example: He is always dreaming of being somebody in the future.   Slide59:  Difficult Sentences 2. (Para. 1) Perhaps it had something to do with being the sixth out of seven children.   Translation: 这也许是他在七个孩子中排行老六的缘故。 Example: What he is trying to solve has something to do with our problem.   I am sure the accident has something to do with him.   indicate a relationship Slide60:  Difficult Sentences 3. (Para. 1) ..., Stew Leonard assumed he would go into a partnership with his father.   Translation:   斯蒂·伦纳德本以为会与他父亲合作经营牛奶场。 Example:   He is going into partnership with those old teachers.   do something together with sb., usually a business venture   Slide61:  Difficult Sentences 4. (Para. 4) As the business grew, he created more and more of a Disneyland Dairy Store where customers might come and bring their children to be entertained.   Translation:   随着生意的不断扩大,他创造了越来越像迪斯尼乐园式的乳品店,顾客们 可以带孩子来这里玩乐。 create a dairy store that increasingly resembles Disneyland. The passive infinitive to be entertained shows that they bring children there to entertain them.     Example: I would suggest you make more of an effort to find them.   He’d like to see more of her.   Slide62:  Difficult Sentences  5. (Para. 7) That cow, it turns out, is often Mr. Leonard, too.   Translation: 所说的那头牛原来也常是伦纳德先生装扮的。 It turns out here is used as a parenthetic statement, which means it happens to be.   Example: The novel, it turns out, has been translated into French already.   It turned out to be a fine day.   Slide63:  Important Words deliver v. take goods to people’s house; speak or read aloud to people listening; fulfill 递送;宣布;讲述;履行   FOR EXAMPLE: Will you deliver the goods or do I have to come to collect them?   Professor Smith is delivering a lecture to Computer Department students.   Do you think the government will deliver their election promises?   Slide64:  2. take over: gain control of and assume responsibility for something 接手;接掌   Important Words FOR EXAMPLE: Who do you think will take over now that the manager has been dismissed?   I’m feeling too tired to drive any more; Will you take over?   They want me to take over as manager when Harold leaves.   The agency tried to take over another company.   Slide65:  3. on the premises: do something on the very location 在现场   Important Words FOR EXAMPLE: Food bought in this shop may not be eaten on the premises.   Some of the food was grown on the premises.   Slide66:  4. Standard: n. a level or degree of quality that is considered proper or acceptable 标准;规范 a. of the usual or regularly used kind; not rare or special   Important Words FOR EXAMPLE: Professor Black likes to set high standards for his students.   I don’t think all this bad language on TV should be allowed; there are certain standards that should be kept.   We place emphasis on excellence and high standards.   This is a standard procedure for recording drugs given to patients.   These nails come in three standard sizes.   Slide67:  5. entertain: v. amuse and interest, esp. by giving a public performance; give a party for; accept 使快乐;招待;使享受;接受 Important Words FOR EXAMPLE: The movie failed to entertain its audience.   We are entertaining our neighbors at our home this evening.   We entertained the guests with a detailed description of the party.   I wondered what would have led me to entertain such a proposal.   Slide68:  6. Proclaim: v. make something known publicly; show clearly 宣布;宣告;表明 Important Words FOR EXAMPLE: He proclaimed his intention of attending the ceremony, despite their opposition.   He proudly proclaimed his Chinese origin .   The government proclaimed a state of emergency. Slide69:  7. Distinction: n. clear difference; excellence; a special mark of honor 明显差别;优秀;荣誉   Important Words FOR EXAMPLE: I can’t see any distinction between these two cases.   Lu Xun was a writer of real distinction.   She got a distinction in her chemistry exam.   We must make a distinction here between travelers and tourists.   I had the distinction of being invited to the party.   Slide70:  8. burden: n. a load; a heavy duty or responsibility which is hard to bear; the main subject or point 负荷;负担; 主旨 Important Words FOR EXAMPLE: People on high incomes face a huge tax burden.   The burden of his speech was that we should take some measures to stop water pollution. Slide71:  9. principle: a truth or belief that is accepted as a base for reasoning or action; a moral rule or set of ideas which guides behavior 原理; 原则;道德;准则   Important Words FOR EXAMPLE: We are agreed in principle but not in detail.   One of the principles of this dictionary is that explanations should be in simple language.   He is a man of high principles.   Slide72:  Read and Judge Read and Rewrite Read and Translate Practice Slide73:  7 Are the following statements true or false according to the passage? Write T/F accordingly.   Read and Judge 1 When Stew was young, he delivered milk to families with his father.   2 From his childhood, Stew wanted to be the owner of a small dairy.   T F Slide74:  7 Are the following statements true or false according to the passage? Write T/F accordingly.   Read and Judge 3 A highway was put through the land where the dairy was located 15 years after Stew’s father died.   4 The farmers selling their milk to middlemen got more benefits. T F Slide75:  7 Are the following statements true or false according to the passage? Write T/F accordingly.   Read and Judge 5 The customers wanted not only door-to-door service, but also good milk quality.   6 Stew processed the milk in a machine with glass walls in his store.   F T Slide76:  7 Are the following statements true or false according to the passage? Write T/F accordingly.   Read and Judge 7 The purpose of his Disneyland Dairy Store is only to provide children with fun.   8 Stew tried to make shopping a funny thing.   F T Slide77:  7 Are the following statements true or false according to the passage? Write T/F accordingly.   Read and Judge 9 Most of Stew’s customers like to greet him happily.   10 His business principle is to run a $100 million business.   T F Slide78:  Read and Rewrite 8 Rewrite the story in about 150 words. The following hints may be of help to you.   Stew’s childhood and taking over his father’s business;   The cause and the way of modernizing the old-fashioned business;   The features of Stew’s dairy store;   Stew’s business principle.   Slide79:  Read and Rewrite When Stew Leonard was very young, he used to deliver milk to families with his father, because his father was the owner of a small dairy. After he studied dairy manufacturing at the University of Connecticut, his father died and he, together with his brothers, took over the family business.   Key Slide80:  Read and Rewrite Fifteen years later, a highway was put through the land where the dairy was located, which made him decide to change his family business. After a careful investigation, he created a factory-outlet dairy store. He bought large glass-enclosed plant in the middle of the store and sold it in standard half-gallon cartons. Key Slide81:  Read and Rewrite He knew clearly that if he could attract more children, he would attract more mothers to buy his milk. So he created more and more of a Disneyland Dairy Store. He also produced more kinds of milk products, and enlarged his building into “the world’s largest dairy store.” In his opinion, shopping should not be a dull thing but fun. So he tried his best to make his customers happy when they shopped at his store. Based on his own business principle, he succeeded.   Key Slide82:  Read and Translate 9.Translate the following sentences into Chinese.    1. From childhood, Stew Leonard remembered wanting to be somebody, wanting to be noticed and appreciated.   从孩提时代起,斯蒂·伦纳德就立志要做一个有作为的人,成为引人注目、受人尊重的人。    引人注目、受人尊重 Slide83:  Read and Translate  2 Stew Leonard decided to redesign his dairy business to suit the changing times and his personality. 斯蒂·伦纳德决定要重新打造他的牛奶生意,以适应时代的变化,并体现他个人的风格。 适应时代的变化 Slide84:  Read and Translate   3 More than door-to-door service, Stew Leonard found out that customers wanted good milk prices. 斯蒂·伦纳德发现,顾客希望的是牛奶的价格合理,而不只是送货上门。 送货上门 Slide85:  Read and Translate  4 As the business grew, he created more and more of a Disneyland Dairy Store where customers might come and bring their children to be entertained.   随着生意的不断扩大,他创造了越来越像迪斯尼乐园式的 乳品店,顾客们可以带孩子来这里玩乐。   越来越像迪斯尼乐园式的 Slide86:  Read and Translate  5 To Stew Leonard, the distinction between a supermarket and amusement park is slight, and not necessarily useful.   斯蒂·伦纳德认为,超级市场与娱乐园的区别是不大的,而且区别不一定有益。 不一定 Slide87:  Read and Translate  6 Mr. Leonard clearly has the most fun greeting customers, and most are delighted to see him. 显然,伦纳德先生很乐于接待顾客,而大部分顾客也愿意见到他。  

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