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Unit 2 Smart cars

1 What does “smart” mean? 2 Why do people like cars? 3 What do you think “smart cars” can do and what do they depend on? 4 What other words are used related to c

ars?

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windscreen windscreen wiper sunroof 前窗 雨刷 天窗 Trunk bumper dashboard 后箱 保险杠 仪表盘 headlight rear light fog light 前灯 尾灯 雾灯 side mirror rearview mirror 侧视镜 后视镜 steering wheel horn seat belt 方向盘 喇叭 安全带 gas pedal brake hand brake 油门 刹车 手刹

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Related readings: http://www.nj.com/news/index.ssf/2008/09/sta te_report_traffic_accidents.html

Do you want to own a car?
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Please state your reason.

Free writing
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Requirements:

*Finish it in ten minutes *You may begin with the sentence: A. If I could afford a car, I would buy one without hesitation because… or: B. Even if I could afford a car, I may not actually want to drive one because… *State your viewpoints to the other students in your group.

Discussion
The merits and demerits of cars.

Listening to the passage
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http://www.taisha.org/test/cnn/all/200809/200 80902141330.html

Smart Cars
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Relevant Information:
1. The invention of cars 2. Some famous brands of cars 3. Automobile industry

The invention of cars
The first self-propelled car was built by Nicolas Cugnot in 1769 which could attain speeds of up to 6 kms/hour. In 1771 he again designed another steam-driven engine which ran so fast that it rammed into a wall, recording the world’s first accident.

Some famous brands of cars
General Motors Ford Motor Company DaimlerChrysler (戴姆勒-克莱斯勒) Toyota Mercedes-Benz

General Motors
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General Motors (GM) has steered around
competitors to remain the world's #1 maker of cars and trucks, with brands such as Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet, Pontiac, Saturn

Ford Motor Company
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Ford Motor Company offers a wealth of

variety to the automotive consumers. Vehicle Brands Ford Lincoln Mercury Volvo Jaguar
Land Rover

DaimlerChrysler (戴姆勒-克莱斯勒):
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DaimlerChryslers’ passenger car brands include Maybach, Mercedes-Benz, Chrysler, Jeep?, Dodge and smart. Commercial vehicle brands include Mercedes-Benz, Freightliner, Sterling, Western Star and Setra..

Toyota
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Toyota is a world famous brand of cars. The company is in Japan.
http://english.cctv.com/program/worldwidewatch/20100129/103871.sht ml

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Mercedes-Benz
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This brand has stood for more than 100 years. It is a German company.

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In your opinion, what is a “smart car”? What functions do you think a smart car should have?

Smart cars
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Simple look and great comfort are the two things which come to your mind when you think about smart cars . Most of the smart cars are designed in such a way that they can accommodate only two persons. These cars have only two doors and they are small, simple, and great.

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Some scientists and engineers come up with the idea of a “smart car”. Let’s have a look at what this “smart car” can do.

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There are so many people killed in the car accidents that car accident reports can be found in newspaper nearly every day. A smart car can alert the driver if he becomes drowsy. The computer in the car will totally eliminate the cases of getting lost and getting stuck in traffic. The computer in the car sends out a radio signal that can be detected by a satellite.

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By establishing the relation between the rotation in the steering wheel and the car’s position on a map, the computer can tell us where the car is.

Global Reading

1. Part division 2. New words explanation

Parts Part I

Paras Paras 1-3

Main Ideas

New technology will have a dramatic impact on _____ cars and _________in highways the 21st century. With the aid of advanced technology, smart cars will be so designed that they can help eliminate ______________, traffic accidents determine their own _______________ precise locations traffic jams and warn of ___________.

Part II

Paras 4-9

Part III Paras GPS and “telematics” will make it smart highways which 10-13 possible to build _____________,

will benefit us in more than one way.

Part One
Q1: How important was the automobile industry in the 20th century?

Q2: What will happen to cars and roads in the 21 century?

Sentences 1. Sales of the automobile industry stand at about a trillion dollars, making it the world's biggest manufacturing industry. (L. 6)

How do you understand the word ―stand‖?
--- It is used to show a particular level or amount.

2. The key to tomorrow's "smart cars" will be sensors. (L. 10) Paraphrase:
The crucial element of the future smart cars will be sensors.

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and phrases in Part 1

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Lucrative (L4): adj. producing much money syn.—profitable lucrative business / market / contract / job The lobbies of Baghdad's five-star hotels are packed with businessmen fighting over lucrative contracts. There is still an illegal but lucrative trade in ivory between Africa and South-East Asia.

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presently (L5): adv. especially American English at the present time, (syn.-now);

in a short time, (syn-soon)

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This is a relatively clean source of energy
compared to presently available nuclear power.

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Tea will be served presently.

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Manufacture (L7): v. 1) make goods on a large scale using machinery
The car was designed, developed, and manufactured in collaboration with Honda.

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During World War II, steel supplies were used in the manufacture of weapons.

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This country imports many foreign manufactures. (pl)制造品,产品

Cf- manufacturer制造商

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ITS (L13): Intelligent transportation systems; encompassing a broad range of wireless and wireline communicationsbased information, control and electronics technologies.

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Functions of ITS: Help monitor and manage traffic flow Reduce congestion Provide alternate routes to travelers Enhance productivity Save lives, time and money.
Examples of Intelligent transportations systems include: Advanced Traveler Information Systems Advanced Traffic Management Systems Incident Management Systems

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L4: The automobile industry ranks as among the

most lucrative and powerful industries…
=rank as one of …
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Rank as / among Today's match ranks as one of the most exciting games that these two teams have ever played. We rank among the safest countries in the world.

Part 2: Some Features of Smart Cars

eliminate most car accidents;
alert the police and provide precise location if stolen; monitor one’s driving and the driving conditions nearby; alert the sleepy driver; locate your car precisely and warn of traffic jams.

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The latest ―personal police‖ system that prevents drunk driving

Part Two
Para 4. Q: How would sensors help reduce traffic fatalities?
Para 5. Q: What is the function of the radars hidden in the bumpers? Para 6. Q: How will a smart car alert a driver who feels drowsy? Para 7. Q: What makes it possible for smart cars to determine their approximate location?

Part Two, Paragraph 7 Cultural Notes

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Navstar24 navigation satellites

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Sentences
Should you make a serious driving mistake (e.g., change lanes when there is a car in your "blind spot") the computer would sound an immediate warning. (L. 26)
Analyze the structure of this sentence. If you should make a … the computer would sound an immediate warning.

Sentences

To eliminate this, a tiny camera hidden in the dashboard can be trained on a driver's face and eyes. (L.33)

What does ―train‖ mean?

--- ―focus on‖ or ―aim at ‖
--- train sth. on / at sb. or sth.

She trained her binoculars on the bird.
Train one’s gun on the enemy

Sensors in your car tuned to radio signals from orbiting satellites can locate your car precisely at any moment and warn of traffic jams. (L. 39) Paraphrase: --- There are sensors in the car and they are tuned to radio signals which come from orbiting satellites. The sensors can locate the car and warn of traffic jams.

Words and phrases in Part 2
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approximately eliminate in the air start up alert prototype monotonous

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be/get stuck in vibrate frequency detect convert correlate

Part Two
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Language Points

eliminate (L19): v. to completely get rid of sth. that is unnecessary or unwanted; to defeat a team or person in a competition淘汰 ~ sth: eliminate a need/possibility/risk/problem

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The credit card eliminates the need for cash or checks.
eliminate sth/sb from sth Their team was eliminated from the World Cup in the first round.

Cf-Select the superior and eliminate the inferior (survival of the fittest) 优胜劣汰

fatality
a death caused by an accident or by violence e.g. It was a bad crash, but surprisingly there were no fatalities. Drunk driving fatalities have been on the rise over the past five years. ? fatal influence; deadliness 致命性 the fatalities of certain diseases ? fatal: causing death, disaster, ect. ? a fatal accident, disease, injury, mistake
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in the air (L21): in the earth’s atmosphere; if a feeling is in the air, a lot of people feel it at the same time在传播中; 流行; 可感觉到的 be (up) in the air: uncertain, not yet decided There is a strong smell of burning in the air before the eruption of the volcano.

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There was a sense of excitement in the air.
The date of our trip is still very much (up) in the air.

Cf- be on / off the air 广播/停播

put on airs 摆架子,装腔作势
airs and graces 矫揉造作,惺惺作态 The radio station is off the air from midnight to six in the morning.

The other children started calling her 'princess' because of her airs and graces. It's no good putting on airs and graces with me. I knew you when you were working in a shop! Look at you giving yourself airs and graces - think you're better than us, do you?

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start up (L21): if an engine, car etc starts up, or you start it up, it begins working; 发动 if you start up a business, company etc, or it starts up, it begins to exist; 创办 if a sound, activity, or event starts up, it begins to exist or happen; 发生 Tax breaks help new companies start up. The anti-virus icon should appear whenever you start up your computer.

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alert (L22) v. alert sb; alert sb to sth - One fireman alerted the residents and helped them to safety. - Campaigns have been carried out to alert the public to the dangers of HIV. adj. be alert to sth. - The authorities should have been alert to the possibility of invasion. n. be on the alert for sth. / sb. - Be on the alert for anyone acting suspiciously. on full alert / on high alert (=completely ready to deal with a dangerous situation)全面警戒,高度戒备
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Blind spot (L27):
1) the part of road that a driver cannot see from the rear-view mirror

2) sth that you are unable or unwilling to understand
I have a blind spot where computers are concerned.

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prototype (L29): n. the first model or design of
sth. from which other forms are copied or developed 原型

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Bell uttered to his assistant the words, “Mr. Watson, come here; I want you,” using a prototype telephone. Toyota released its small-car prototype in 1947.

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monotonous (L31): adj.

boring because of always being the same - Robots are used in repetitive, monotonous tasks in which human performance might degrade over time. - The explorers lived on monotonous diet of rice and vegetables.

grossly (L32): adv. extremely - Medical records were found to be grossly inadequate. Cf- gross adj. 1)总的,毛的 ant.– net Gross profit / weight GDP GNP 2) clearly wrong and unacceptable He made a gross mistake but refused to admit it.
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hazard (L33): n. a danger or risk

Hazard to/for sth. - Polluted water sources are a hazard to wildlife. - The research has confirmed that tobacco smoke presents a hazard to health. health/safety hazard - The lead in the exhaust gas is a real health hazard. Cf.- hazardous adj. be hazardous to health

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Get/be stuck in sth. (L38): impossible or unable
to move; informal unable to escape from a bad or boring situation

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Getting stuck in the traffic for two hours, John was late for his first date with Annie. She resented being stuck at home with two young kids.

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vibrate (L46): v. (cause sth to) move rapidly and continuously backwards and forwards; shake The floor was vibrating to the beat of the music. Microwave ovens operate by agitating the water molecules in the food, causing them to vibrate, which produce heat.

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Cf- n. vibration This building is badly affected by the vibration of all the heavy traffic that passes.

frequency
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rate of occurrence or repetition of sth, usu. measured over a particular period of time Fatal accidents have decreased in frequency over recent years. 计算机差错惊人的频率 the alarming frequency of computer errors

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convert (L52): v. to change sth into a different form of thing, or to change sth so that it can be used for a different purpose or in a different way Convert sth. into/to sth Stocks can be easily converted to cash. Solar cooking requires a dark pot to absorb the sun’s rays and convert them into heat energy. Cf- adj. convertible a convertible currency a convertible sofa a convertible vehicle

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Correlate (L54): v. have a mutual relationship or connection, in which one thing affects or depends on another Correlate (strongly/significantly/closely) with/to sth Poverty and poor housing correlate with a shorter life expectancy. Obesity correlates closely with increased risk of stroke.
Cf- n. correlation There is a direct correlation between a mother’s smoking in pregnancy and low birth weight in her baby.

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Grammar Review
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Double preposition—Ex P52 The automobile industry ranks as among the most lucrative and powerful industries of the twentieth century.

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They make it possible to determine your location on the earth to within about a hundred feet.

Grammar Review
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They make it possible (L43): review the sentence structure—v + it + adj. + to do sth. ―it‖: used as object of a verb when the real object is later in the sentence P52 structure exercise

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Part Two Text Organization
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Functions brought by Advanced technology
? drunk electronic sensors eliminate traffic accidents warn of traffic jams ? driving warning radars

Paras 4-6 Paras 7

? sleepy driving monitoring camera
? sensors in cars tuned to radio signals from Navstar for traffic jams ? time taken for signal from satellite to arrive ? rotations in the steering wheel and position on map

Paras 8-9

determine car’s precise locations

Car of the Future 未来的汽车
自动,省油,容易操作, 舒适, 便宜,无污染
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Don’t Have Accidents Never Get Lost Can’t Be Stolen Never Get Caught in Traffic Jams Drive Themselves Don’t Guzzle Gas Don’t Pollute
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Don’t Have to Wait at Toll Booths Never Spin Out of Control the Internet

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Never Break Down Are Very Entertaining

Yet, Are Very User Friendly & Comfortable And, Are Not Expensive!

Part 3
Para10. Q1: What are the prospects for applications of GPS? Para11. Q: What is “telematics” expected to achieve in increasing the efficiency and safety of highway transportation? Para12. Q: What are traffic engineers doing on Interstate 15 close to San Diego? Para13. Q1: What hopes do promoters of the smart highway have for its future? Q2: What are the advantages of smart highways?

Sentences The commercial industry is poised to explode. (L. 47) Question:

What does the ―commercial industry‖ refer to?
--- It refers to the industry to which GPS is applied commercially. Paraphrase: --- The commercial industry is bound to develop rapidly and be prosperous.

By 2010, telematics may well be incorporated into one of the major highways in the United States. (L. 65)

Paraphrase the structure ―may well‖. --- It is very likely that …

Part Three, Paragraph 10 Language points
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drastically (L56): adv. Drastic adj: extreme and sudden, having a strong or violent effect The size of the government was drastically cut. (大幅削减) Drastic changes are needed if environmental catastrophe is to be avoided.(彻底改变) NATO threatened drastic action if its terms were not met.(严厉措施)

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Be poised to (L57): be ready to take action at any moment The automobile company is poised to launch its new advertising campaign. The company seems poised for success. The economy is poised on the edge/brink of collapse.

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explode (L58): v. 1) to suddenly increase greatly in number, amount, or degree syn.-rocket Florida's population exploded after World War II. 2) to suddenly express strong feelings such as anger He told a joke which made Hank explode with laughter.

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Part Three, Paragraph 11 Exercise
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―telematics‖ (L62): abbreviation Exercise P49 Word Formation Initialism WTO, WHO NATO, APEC, AIDS Ad, lab, math

Abbreviation

Acronym Clipping

Blending

Smog, motel

Part Three, Paragraph 11 Cultural Notes
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Highway (L63): 公路,国道 Freeway (Am also Expressway or Interstate Highway) Motorway (U.K) Underground / subway/tube Light rail (elevated railway) Inner-ring road Outer-ring road Elevated road; viaduct 高架 Over-pass 天桥 Mag-lev train: Magnetically levitated train

1)Motorway : (in Britain) a wide road, with at least two lanes in each direction, where traffic can travel fast for long distances between large towns. (英国)高速公路.是快车道.
2) Highway : A main road, usually connecting large towns interstate. 一般的公路;交通要道 .(尤指美国)州与州之间的,州际的 例: Highway patrol. (美国)州际公路巡警. 3) Expressway: A major divided highway designed for high-speed travel, having few or no intersections / Large, well-travelled road . 高速公路, 又称 Limited access highway. 区别: a) A highway is a main road. b) An expressway is a multilane highway; freeway, parkway, turnpike(收费公路) are types of expressways. 4) Freeway: (US) a wide road, with at least two lanes in each direction, where traffic can travel fast for long distances between large towns. (美国)高速公路. 有別于 Tollway ( 要收过路費的高速公路), Freeway 不收钱.

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mount (L65): v. 1) to fix (sth.) in position for use, display or study架置;裝有(枪炮等),固定在...上 The ship mounts eight cannons. 2) go up , ascend A car suddenly mounted the pavement to avoid a vehicle coming in the opposite direction. 3) to plan, organize, and begin an event or a course of action 发起,组织或开始 mount an attack/an exhibition/a production/a demonstration/ a protest 4) to increase gradually in amount or degree The death toll mounted to 10,000. There was mounting concern in her voice.

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magnetic (L70): adj. having the properties of a magnet

magnetic force ? magnetic field ? magnetic personality/charm (qualities that make other people feel strongly attracted to you) 有魅力的,有吸引力的 - To be a successful businessman you must be enthusiastic and magnetic.
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bunch (L71): v. group together (both active and passive) bunch together, bunch up They bunched together to allow others to squeeze into the crowded elevator. cf- n.束,串,群 a bunch of flowers / keys / grapes a bunch of people = a group of people

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incorporate (L75): v. to include sth as part of a group, system, plan etc incorporate sth. into/in sth. We've incorporated many environmentally-friendly features into the design of the building. We'll incorporate the new plan with the old.

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boon (L79): n. sth that is very useful and makes your life a lot easier or better A recently acquired photo-copier has proved a great time-saving boon for note taking. Toronto’s loss is a boon to the other candidate cities hoping to host the 2012 Summer Olympics. boon companion: literary a close friend好友

Useful Expressions
计算机革命 制造业 长途司机 被严重低估 威胁生命的重 大隐患 解决问题 the computer revolution manufacturing industry long-distance driver be grossly underestimated life-threatening hazard cure the problem

积极的影响
与无线电信号调谐

a positive impact
be tuned to radio signals

在任何一个特定时 间 量子理论法则
精确的频率

at any given time
the laws of the quantum theory precise frequency

发出无线电信号
换算出

send out a radio signal
be converted into

导航能力 几乎无限

navigational capability virtually limitless

手杖
遥控 潜在的应用 要求

walking sticks
remote control potential use/ application call for

完全控制

take complete control of

被编成组
一齐行驶

be bunched into groups
travel in unison

对环保有利

environmental boon

◆ Writing Strategy

How to write a resume

Writing Strategy How to write a resume
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A resume is a concise business-style report that displays your job qualifications to a prospective employer. Typically, information is grouped under six headings. P69 Headings Employment Objective Education Employment Experience Professional Interests References

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Some tips: Keep your resume brief and to the point Try to fit your resume on one page. Use two pages only if your experience is extensive Avoid personal pronouns (don’t use “I”) If you are using the chronological format, list your most recent experience If you are using the skills format, begin with your strongest and most relevant experience

经验先于教育,实力大于学历,现在重于过去

10- Step Resume Writing

Before you can begin to design your resume on
paper, you need to have the words. Use the

following twelve-step writing process to help you
clarify your experience, accomplishments, skills,

education, and other background information, which
will make the job of condensing your life onto a sheet of paper a little easier.

Step One: Focus

Decide what type of job you will be applying for
and then write it at the top of a piece of paper. This

can become your objective statement, should you
decide to use one, or be used in the first line of the profile section of your resume to give your reader a general idea of your area of expertise.

Never write an objective statement that is not
precise. You should name the position you want so specifically that, if a janitor came by and knocked over all the stacks of sorted resumes on a hiring manager's desk, he could put yours back in its right stack without even thinking about it. That means saying, "A marketing management position with an

aggressive international consumer goods
manufacturer" instead of "A position which utilizes

my education and experience to mutual benefit."

Step Two: Education
Under the objective on the first piece of paper, list any education or training that might relate. If you are a recent college graduate and have little relevant experience, then your education section will be placed at the top of your resume. As you gain more experience, your education almost always gravitates to the bottom.

If you participated in college activities or received any honors or completed any notable projects that relate directly to your target job, this is the place to list them.

Showing high school education and activities on a
resume is only appropriate when you are under 20 and have no education or training beyond high school. Once you have completed either college courses or specialized technical training, drop your

high school information altogether.
Continuing education shows that you care about lifelong learning and self-development, so think about any relevant training since your formal education was completed.

Always look at your resume from the perspective of a potential employer. Don't waste space by listing training that is not directly or indirectly related to your target job.

Step Three: Job Descriptions
Get your hands on a written description of the job you wish to obtain and for any jobs you have held in the past. If you are presently employed, your human resource department is the first place to look. Now, make a copy of the applicable descriptions and then highlight the sentences that describe anything you have done in your past or present jobs. These job descriptions are important sources of keywords, so pay particular attention to nouns and phrases that you can incorporate into your own resume.

Step Four: Keywords
Make sure you know the buzzwords of your industry and incorporate them into the sentences you are about to write.
Keywords are the nouns or short phrases that describe your experience and education that might be used to find your resume in a keyword search of a resume database. They are the essential knowledge, abilities, and skills required to do your job. They are concrete descriptions like: C++, UNIX, network, project management, etc.

Step Five: Your Jobs
Starting with your present position, list the title of

every job you have held on a separate sheet of
paper, along with the name of the company, the city and state, and the years you worked there. You can list years only (1996-present) or months and years (May 1996- present), depending on your personality.

Step Six: Accomplishments
Write down any accomplishments that show potential

employers what you have done in the past, which
translates into what you might be able to do for them.

Remember, you are trying to motivate the potential
employer to buy . . . you! Convince your reader that you will be able to generate a significant return on their investment in you.

Step Seven: Delete
Now that you have the words on paper, go back to

each list and think about which items are relevant to
your target job. Cross out those things that don't relate. Remember, your resume is just an enticer, a way to get your foot in the door. It isn't intended to be all-inclusive. You can choose to go back only as far

as your jobs relate to your present objective.

Step Eight: Sentences
Make sentences of the duties you have listed under each job. Never use personal pronouns in your resume (I, my, me). Instead of saying, "I planned, organized, and directed the timely and accurate

production of code products with estimated annual
revenues of $1 million," say, "Planned, organized, and directed. . . ." Writing in the third person makes your sentences more powerful and attention grabbing.

Make your sentences positive, brief, and accurate.

Since your ultimate goal is to get a human being to
read your resume, remember to structure the

sentences so they are interesting to read. Use verbs
at the beginning of each sentence (designed,

supervised, managed, developed, formulated, and so
on) to make them more powerful (see the power verb list in the Resume Center).

Step Nine: Rearrange
You are almost done! Now, go back to the sentences you have written and think about their order of presentation. Put a number 1 by the most important description of what you did for each job. Then place a number 2 by the next most important duty or accomplishment, and so on until you have numbered each sentence. Again, think logically and from the perspective of a potential employer. Keep related items together so the reader doesn't jump from one concept to another. Make the thoughts flow smoothly.

Step Ten: Related Qualifications
At the bottom of your resume, think about anything else that might qualify you for your job objective. This includes licenses, certifications, and sometimes even interests if they truly relate. For instance, if you want a job in sports marketing, stating on your resume that you play tennis would be an asset.

Useful websites for job-hunting and resume writing:
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www.zhaopin.com.cn www.51job.com.cn www.hr.com.cn

http://job.chsi.com.cn/jyzd/jlzd/200703/2007 0319/760304.html
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http://cache.tianya.cn/publicforum/content/no20/ 1/164202.shtml http://ezinearticles.com/?Resume-WritingServices---The-Importance-Of-ActionVerbs&id=652517

Passage for Recitation and Translation
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Reading good books

Devote some of your leisure to cultivating a love of reading good books. Fortunate indeed are those who contrive to make themselves genuine book-lovers. For book-lovers have some noteworthy advantages over other people. They need never know lonely hours so long as they have books around them, and the better the books the more delightful the company. From good books, moreover, they draw much besides entertainment. They gain mental food such as few companions can supply. Even while resting from their labors they are, through the books they read, equipping themselves to perform those labors more efficiently. This albeit they may not be deliberately reading to improve their mind. All unconsciously the ideas they derive from the printed pages are stored up, to be worked over by the imagination for their future profit .


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