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  1. 新视野大学英语 请 进

  2. 新视野 UNIT 1 UNIT 2 UNIT 10 读写教程 1 UNIT 3 UNIT 9 UNIT 4 UNIT 8 INTRODUCTION UNIT 5 UNIT 7 UNIT 6 CONTENTS QUIT

  3. 新视野 Preview Book 1 Unit 8 Section A Imagination is more important than knowledge. ---------- Einstein Section B Section C Quit 吉林大学外语教学中心制作

  4. 新视野 Section A Birth of Bright Ideas Section B Ways of Increasing Creativity Book 1 Unit 8 Section A Section B Section C Quit 吉林大学外语教学中心制作

  5. Section A Birth of Bright Ideas 新视野 • Background knowledge Book 1 Unit 8 Richard Wagner Spezia Henri Poincare Descartes Before Reading Global Reading • Pre-reading Activities Detailed Reading After Reading Quit 吉林大学外语教学中心制作

  6. Background knowledge 新视野 Richard Wagner • 1813-1883 • The greatest composer of German opera • The Ring of the Nibelung (a set of four operas) • The Rhinegold Book 1 Unit 8 Before Reading Global Reading Detailed Reading After Reading Quit 吉林大学外语教学中心制作

  7. Background knowledge 新视野 Spezia Book 1 Unit 8 Before Reading • An industrial port in northwest Italy • Italy’s chief navel station Global Reading Detailed Reading After Reading Quit 吉林大学外语教学中心制作

  8. Background knowledge 新视野 Henri Poincare • 1854-1912 • A great French mathematician, Physicist,and writer • Fuchsian functions Book 1 Unit 8 Before Reading Global Reading Detailed Reading After Reading Quit 吉林大学外语教学中心制作

  9. Background knowledge 新视野 Descartes • 1596-1650 • A famous French philosopher, mathematician and scientist • The founder of both modern philosophy and analytic geometry • Cogito ergo sum Book 1 Unit 8 Before Reading Global Reading Detailed Reading After Reading Quit 吉林大学外语教学中心制作

  10. Section A Birth of Bright Ideas 新视野 Pre-reading Activities First Listening Having ideas about a story before you read it is an important reading skill. Please listen to a very short piece of recording. Book 1 Unit 8 Second Listening Now listen to the recording for the second time and try to the best of your ability to answer the following questions. Before Reading • Where do good ideas come from? • How many examples or ways of getting good ideas are discussed? • How did Wagner get the idea for the beginning of his music? Global Reading Detailed Reading After Reading Quit 吉林大学外语教学中心制作

  11. Section A Birth of Bright Ideas 新视野 Tapescript Good ideas come from the unconscious mind or brain activity usually not controlled by us. It is easiest to examine this kind of thinking in famous people. For example, Wagner thought about writing some music for many years and struggled for many months to start it. Then, suddenly, when he was ill and not able to sleep, he fell into a sleeplike state and the sound of water in his mind became the music for the opening of his work. His conscious mind at that moment did not know how this had happened. In another example, Poincare’s conscious mind actually watched his unconscious mind at work as it developed a very difficult mathematics function. In a third example, the philosopher Descartes made an important discovery with the help of a dream. Book 1 Unit 8 Before Reading Global Reading Detailed Reading After Reading Quit 吉林大学外语教学中心制作

  12. Section A Birth of Bright Ideas 新视野 Part Division of the Text Book 1 Unit 8 Creative ideas come from the unconscious. Examples of great creative thinking motivated by the unconscious Before Reading The importance of the unconscious in creative thinking Global Reading Detailed Reading After Reading Quit 吉林大学外语教学中心制作

  13. Section A Birth of Bright Ideas 新视野 Comprehension of the text 1.Where do good ideas come from according to the author? What does "the unconscious" mean to psychologists? Book 1 Unit 8 Good ideas come from the unconscious. Psychologists use the term to describe mental processes which are unknown to the individual. 2.Is it just the great creative personalities who have experienced the sudden arrival of a new idea? No. All of us have experienced the sudden arrival of a new idea, but it is easiest to examine it in the great creative personalities. 3.What state was Richard Wagner in when he arrived at the hotel? Before Reading He was sick and could not sleep for noise without and fever within. Global Reading 4.Did Wagner have an easy time with composing the opening to "Rhinegold"? Detailed Reading No. he had been occupied with the idea of the “ Ring” for several years, and for many months has been struggling to make a start with the actual composing After Reading Quit 吉林大学外语教学中心制作

  14. Section A Birth of Bright Ideas 新视野 Comprehension of the text 5.What did he recognize in his mind when he fell into a sleeplike condition? The rush and roar of water had become music and the orchestral opening to the “ rhinegold” had at last taken its shape within him. Book 1 Unit 8 6.What does the Wagner story tell us? The unconscious mind at the moment of creation knew nothing of the actual process by which the solution was found. A new concept may suddenly explode into consciousness. 7.In what way is the example of Henri Poincare different from that of Richard Wagner? Before Reading In the example of Henri Poincare, we see the conscious mind actually watching the unconscious at work. Global Reading 8.What point do you see in the example of Descartes? Detailed Reading Dream plays an important role. Descartes was able to make the discovery with the help of his dream. After Reading Quit 吉林大学外语教学中心制作

  15. Text structure analysis Paragraphs of contrast In the reading passage, the writer presents where bright ideas come from through a contrast. In Paragraph 4 the writer describes how bright ideas came to Wagner unconsciously while in Paragraph 5 the writer describes how brightideas came as a result of conscious thinking. By making a contrast, the writer is, in fact, telling us how big ideas are formed.  It is quite natural that we are making contrasts or comparisons every day. Through making contrasts and comparisons, we make our own choices or express different ideas or just tell others there are different ways. Who hasn’t compared summer with winter, husbands with wives, residences with apartments? To make a contrast, the things you are to make a contrast with must have something in common. People will not likely make a contrast between the duties of a university with the rules of playing football. In the reading passage, the common base for making a contrast is some ways of forming big ideas. Just as we have shown the elements of this structure, both of them have a subject, a process and a result.

  16. Text structure analysis Now look at paragraphs 4. The subject:Take the example of Richard Wagner composing the opening to "Rhinegold". Wagner was occupied with the idea of the "Ring" for several years, and for many months had been struggling to begin composing. The process of forming big ideas:On September 4, 1853, he reached Spezia sick, went to a hotel, could not sleep for noise without and fever within, took a long walk the next day, and in the afternoon flung himself on a couch intending to sleep. Then at last the miracle happened for which his unconscious mind had been seeking for so long. Falling into a sleeplike condition, he suddenly felt as though he were sinking in a mighty flood of water, and the rush and roar soon took musical shape within his brain. He recognized the orchestral opening to the "Rhinegold", that he must have carried about within yet had never put into form, had at last taken its shape within him. The result:In this example, the conscious mind at the moment of creation knew nothing of the actual processes by which the solution was found.

  17. Text structure analysis Try to analyze paragraph 5: The subject:As a contrast, we may consider a famous story: the discovery by Henri Poincaré, the great French mathematician, of a new mathematical method called the Fuchsian functions. The process of forming big ideas: Here we see the conscious mind in a person of highest ability. For weeks, he sat at his table and spent an hour or two trying a great number of combinations but he arrived at no result. One night he drank some black coffee, contrary to his usual habit, and was unable to sleep. Many ideas kept surging in his head; he could almost feel them pushing against one another, until two of them combined to form a stable combination. When morning came, he had established the existence of one class of Fuchsian functions. He had only to prove the results, which took only a few hours The result Here, we see the conscious mind observing the new combinations being formed in the unconscious, while the Wagner story shows the sudden explosion of a new concept into consciousness.

  18. Section A Birth of Bright Ideas 新视野 Text No satisfactory way exists to explain how to form a good idea. You think about a problem until you're tired, forget it, maybe sleepon it, and then flash! When you aren't thinking about it, suddenly the answer arrives as agift fromthegods. 1 Book 1 Unit 8 Before Reading Global Reading Detailed Reading After Reading Quit Page 1/9 吉林大学外语教学中心制作

  19. Section A Birth of Bright Ideas 新视野 Text Of course, all ideas don't occur like that but so many do, particularly the most important ones. They burst into the mind, glowing with the heat of creation. How they do it is a mystery but they must come from somewhere. Let's assume they come from the "unconscious." This is reasonable, for psychologists use this term to describe mental processes which are unknown to the individual. Creative thought dependson what was unknown becoming known. 2 Book 1 Unit 8 Before Reading Global Reading Detailed Reading After Reading Quit Page 2/9 吉林大学外语教学中心制作

  20. Section A Birth of Bright Ideas 新视野 Text All of us have experienced this sudden arrival of a new idea, but it is easiest to examine it in the great creative personalities, many of whom experienced it in an intensified form and have written it down in their life stories and letters. One can draw examples from genius in any field, from religion,philosophy, and literature to art and music, even in mathematics, science, and technical invention, although these are often thought to depend only on logic and experiment. All truly creative activities depend in some degree on these signals from the unconscious, and the more highly insightful the person, the sharper and more dramatic the signals become. 3 Book 1 Unit 8 Before Reading Global Reading Detailed Reading After Reading Quit Page 3/9 吉林大学外语教学中心制作

  21. Section A Birth of Bright Ideas 新视野 Text Take the example of RichardWagnercomposing the opening to "Rhinegold". Wagner had beenoccupiedwith the idea of the "Ring" for several years, and for many months had been struggling to begin composing. On September 4, 1853, he reached Spezia sick, went to a hotel, could not sleep for noise without and fever within, took a long walk the next day, and in the afternoon flung himself on a couch intending to sleep. Then at last the miracle happened for which his unconscious mind had been seekingfor so long.  4 Book 1 Unit 8 Before Reading Global Reading Detailed Reading After Reading Quit Page 4/9 吉林大学外语教学中心制作

  22. Section A Birth of Bright Ideas 新视野 Text Falling into a sleeplike condition, he suddenly felt asthough he were sinking in a mighty flood of water, and the rush and roar soon took musical shape within his brain. He recognized that the orchestral opening to the "Rhinegold", which he must have carried about within him yet had never been able to put it into form, had at last taken its shape within him. In this example, the conscious mind at the moment of creation knew nothing of the actual processes by which the solution was found. 4 Book 1 Unit 8 Before Reading Global Reading Detailed Reading After Reading Quit Page 5/9 吉林大学外语教学中心制作

  23. Section A Birth of Bright Ideas 新视野 Text As a contrast, we may consider a famous story: the discovery by HenriPoincare, the great French mathematician, of a new mathematical method called the Fuchsianfunctions. Here we see the conscious mind, in a person of highest ability, actually watching the unconscious atwork. For weeks, he sat at his table every day and spent an hour or two trying a great number of combinations but he arrivedat no result. One night he drank some black coffee, contrary to his usual habit, and was unable to sleep. 5 Book 1 Unit 8 Before Reading Global Reading Detailed Reading After Reading Quit Page 6/9 吉林大学外语教学中心制作

  24. Section A Birth of Bright Ideas 新视野 Text Many ideas kept surging in his head; he could almost feel them pushing against one another, until two of them combined to form a stable combination. When morning came, he had established the existence of one class of Fuchsian functions. He had only to prove the results, which took only a few hours. Here, we see the conscious mind observing the new combinations being formed in the unconscious, while the Wagner story shows the sudden explosion of a new concept into consciousness. 5 Book 1 Unit 8 Before Reading Global Reading Detailed Reading After Reading Quit Page 7/9 吉林大学外语教学中心制作

  25. Section A Birth of Bright Ideas 新视野 Text A third type of creative experience is exemplified by the dreams which came to Descartes at the age of twenty-three and determined his life path. Descartes had unsuccessfully searchedforcertainty, first in the world of books, and then in the world of men. Then in a dream on November 10, 1619, he made the significant discovery that he could only find certainty in his own thoughts, cogitoergosum ("I think; therefore, I exist"). This dream filled him with intense religious enthusiasm. 6 Book 1 Unit 8 Before Reading Global Reading Detailed Reading After Reading Quit Page 8/9 吉林大学外语教学中心制作

  26. Section A Birth of Bright Ideas 新视野 Text Wagner's, Poincare's, and Descartes' experiences are representative of countless others in every field of culture. The unconscious is certainly the source of instinctive activity. But in creative thought the unconscious is responsible for the production of new organized forms from relatively disorganized elements. 7 Book 1 Unit 8 Before Reading Global Reading Detailed Reading After Reading Quit Page 9/9 吉林大学外语教学中心制作

  27. Section A Birth of Bright Ideas 新视野 Language Points 1 Book 1 Unit 8 Before Reading Global Reading Detailed Reading After Reading Quit 吉林大学外语教学中心制作

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