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  1. GREETING • WELCOME TO SCNUZC(ZENGCHENG COLLEGE OF SOUTH CHINA NORMAL UNIVERSITY )

  2. 恭贺同学们: 考入华南师范大学增城学院深造!

  3. Ideological & Moral Cultivation and Legal Basis PUBLIC TEACHING DEPARTMENT TEACHER : DELLA

  4. 思想道德修养与法律基础 公共教学部 教师:何月 2011年9月

  5. NEW LIFE • LIVING WITH OTHER STUDENTS • NEW LIFE • COLLEGE LIFE • SOCIAL LIFE • HAPPY OR SAD LIFE • LOVE OR HATE LIFE

  6. COLLEGE LIFE • Senior Sam Sherraden, an international affairs major and former Hatchet photo editor, spent the summer studying abroad in Beijing, China and is spending the fall semester further north in Harbin, China. Twice a month, he will share his experiences and observations from East Asia as one of GW’s many expats

  7. The muddy roads through campus at The Harbin Institute of Technology are under construction. Men push tractors that look like they were used during the Japan-China war in the 1930s, while 20 people swing pickaxes and shovels to finish laying pipes before the ground freezes at night. I’ve just woken up and stumble through their worksite while flipping through flashcards, trying to memorize new Chinese characters. Like many things in China, the campus at HIT is a little hectic.

  8. This atmosphere is undoubtedly influenced by the constricting boundaries of the surrounding city. Year by year, university enrollment increases and China’s universities become more and more crowded. As I’ve said before, HIT’s Number One Apartment is the largest dormitory in Asia, housing over 4,000 students. • Up the hill toward the academic building are the two main cafeterias, which feed the vast majority of HIT’s 20,000 students. • Cafeterias serve food for three hours every day – one hour each for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Dinner is only served from 5 to 6 p.m. Students file in, eat in five minutes, and have all left by 6 p.m. Eating is not a social event, and the less time it takes out of their day, the better.

  9. These two cafeterias prepare something near 20,000 meals three times daily, which are eaten within an hour. If you arrive at 6:15 the cafeteria is empty, food is cold and fuwuyuan (cleaning ladies) are waiting for you to finish. • The food moves as fast as it is cheap. Students can eat a meal of rice and meat dish for as little as 25 cents. I usually go a little extravagant, buy a Coke and extra cold dish and spend about 75 cents. But typical university students are operating in a different economy. If you can believe it, one month of Thurston’s rent covers the typical Chinese college student’s tuition, room and board for a year. • In the cafeteria, the tops of a sea of black heads are looking down, slurping up noodles or holding a bowl of rice in hand while chop sticks make a kind of twirling movement sending rice flying into their mouths. In Chinese there’s a saying, “heiyaya,” which literally means endless and dense black. Colloquially it’s translated as black heads for as far as you can see. It’s a fitting phrase for the scene at the cafeteria.

  10. The other connotation for “heiyaya” is that males far outnumber females. At HIT, this is certainly the case – the ratio of male to female students is 7 to 1. After my roommate told me this, I asked, what do the other six boys do? • The majority of these students spend substantial amounts of free time online, playing Internet games such as Warcraft and Counterstrike or chatting with friends. At HIT, students seldom go out to parties or bars. The most common social activity is going out to dinner with friends or going strolling through the city center. On campus on a weekend night, any student on the street is almost assuredly a foreigner. The campus dorms have their lights out at 11 p.m. and are locked by midnight. • After studying in Harbin for a month, I have realized U.S. college students lead a pampered life. We eat Au Bon Pain bagels for breakfast and exercise on ellipticals after class. In China, college life is a little more basic. And thus, Chinese college students seem to feel a little less self-important than we do in the U.S. • Even though I’m a foreigner, and have plenty of money to spend, walking through the dusty construction sites in the morning and sitting down amongst a sea of black heads to slurp on a bowl of noodles, I too am starting to feel a bit like a Chinese college student.

  11. 站在新的人生起跑线上 • 寻求新的人生发展空间

  12. FIRST NO REGRETS!

  13. 无悔的大学 • 几多后悔 几多感慨 1、没有及早确立目标。 2、选错了专业,又没有及时转系。 3、玩得太多,时间利用率低。 4、读的书太少。轻视基础知识的学习。 5、英语没有学好。 6、接受人文教育太少。 7、没有抓住机会,高水平的讲座听得太少。 8、交际面太窄,朋友少。 9、不注意锻炼,身体垮了。 10、谈恋爱太早,伤了元气,两手空空。

  14. FUNCTIONS • GIUDING • LEADING • HELPFUL • SUCCESSFUL • LUCKY • ENJOYING YOUR LIFE

  15. 本门课的作用 • 在生活上,给予大学生以引导 • 在学习上,给予大学生以指导 • 在处事上,给予大学生以开导 • 在思想上,给予大学生以教导 • 在问题上,给予大学生以疏导

  16. GENERAL INTRODUCTION • ADAPTING NEW LIFE • TAKING RESPONSIBILITIES • LEARNING AND PRACTISING THE CORE VALUE OF SOCIALISM • MEANING AND METHODS

  17. 绪论珍惜大学生活 开拓新的境界 • 第一节 适应人生新阶段 • 第二节 肩负历史新使命 • 第三节 学习和践行社会主义核心价 • 值体系 • 第四节 学习 “思想道德修养与法律基 • 础”课的意义和方法

  18. CLASS ONE • ADAPTING NEW LIFE • LIFE IS BEAUTIFUL • LIFE IS WONDERFUL • LIFE IS MEANINGFUL • LIFE IS SUCCESSFUL • LIFE IS ENJOYABLE

  19. 第一节 适应人生新阶段 人生之旅,流光溢彩。大学时光,千金难买。 大学阶段是大学生人生发展的战略机遇期,放在大学新生面前的当务之急,就是如何紧紧抓住这一重要的战略机遇,实现成人、成才、和成功的人生目标。

  20. MAIN CHARACTERISTICS • WHAT IS COLLEGE? • WHAT IS COLLEGE LIFE? • HOW TO LIVE A SUCCESSFUL COLLEGE LIFE? • WHAI SHOUL WE PREPARE FOR IT?

  21. Need to stop procrastinating? • Learning how to stop procrastinating during your time in college can literally change your life -- for the better. After all, if you've made it to college, you obviously know how to do things successfully, right? Follow the steps below to learn how to stop procrastinating once and for all.

  22. 1.Decide on a time management system and use it -- for one month. Having an awesome time management system isn't going to do you any good if you don't stick with it. And sticking with a strong time management system means you'll be the tortoise (slow and steady) with your college workload instead of the procrastinating rabbit (racing at the end). There are tons of time management systems available; choose one and stick with it, no matter what, for 30 days. After that, it should feel like a habit and you can consider your procrastination partly cured.

  23. Have someone else hold you accountable. Not good at making yourself sit down and write that paper when there's tons of fun stuff going on right down the hall? Find a friend who is either great at time management or who wants to stop procrastinating, too. Have them hold you accountable for how you're spending your time so you aren't stuck with 3 papers to write, at the last minute, within 2 days.

  24. 3.Get help from folks on campus. Chances are, your campus has some awesome support services you may not even know about, like professors who are great at mentoring, class advisers, academic support offices, teaching and learning centers, or even a rock-star hall director or TA. And chances are, you aren't the first student who will come to them for help with procrastination. Ask them to mentor you as you try to break your procrastination habit. If you're in college, why not learn from the best while you're there? • 4.Talk with your professors. If you know procrastination is a problem for you, talk to your professors as soon as possible to set up a system where you, for example, have to turn in drafts of your paper throughout the semester -- instead of just the final paper, right at the end. Doing so will help make sure you are constantly staying on track while also helping your grade.

  25. Track your time for 1 day, 1 week, 2 weeks, 1 month ... You might be shocked to see where all of your time goes. Using your time management system (see #1, above), write down how you spend your days in as much detail as possible. Then look to see patterns that you can help plan around as you aim to end your procrastination pattern. For example, do you usually spend 3 or 4 hours just hanging out once you return to your residence hall after classes finish? Realize that you probably need an hour or so to decompress -- and that after that, you might be better off heading to the library so you can get some study time in.

  26. 一、认识大学生活特点 什么是大学?大学何为? • 梅贻琦先生说:“大学者,非谓有大楼之谓也,有大师之谓也。” • 蔡元培先生名言, “大学者,研究高深学问也。” • 900年前意大利波洛尼亚建立第一所大学的格言:“大家来学。”学:包括学习、研究、探讨、切磋这就需要走到一起来,互相学习、互相讨论、共同研究。大学提供一个场所、一种环境、一套条件。 • 提升人的本质,塑造人的本领 (黄金时节,为什么?)

  27. COLLEGE LIFE IS MYSTERIOUS WHAT IS IT LIKE? HARD OR ENJOYABLE? BUSY OR FREE? SPARE TIME OR FULL TIME? CLUBS OR LIBRARY?

  28. 大学为什么值得神往 • 知识的海洋 智慧的象征 • 成才的沃土 精神的家园 • 探求的领地 人生的灯塔 • 青春的舞台 年轻的天堂 • 大学是超市:各取所需 大学是富矿:能够开采 • 大学是镜子:认识自我 大学是火箭:推动升华 • 不是贪图享受的乐园 不是坐享其成的保险箱 • 不是可以随意挥霍青春、逃避社会压力的避风港。

  29. SCHOOL MOTTOES Harvard University: Veritas (Latin: Truth) • King's College, Cambridge: Veritas et utilitas (Latin: Truth and usefulness) • London School of Economics and Political Science: Rerum Cognoscere Causas (Latin: To understand the causes of things) • Lund University: Ad utrumque (Latin: Prepared for all) • Macquarie University: And Gladly Teche (Middle English: "And gladly teach"—from The Canterbury Tales) • Magdalene College, Cambridge: Garde ta Foy (Keep your Faith) • Manchester Grammar School: Sapere aude (Latin: Have courage to be wise) • Massachusetts Institute of Technology: Mens et Manus (Latin: Mind and Hand) • McGill University: Grandescunt Aucta Labore (Latin: By work all things increase and grow) • McMaster University: Ta panta en Christoi synesteken (Greek: "In Christ all things hold together" or "All things cohere in Christ") • Melbourne High School: Honour the Work and the Work Will Honour You (often shorted to: "Honour the Work")

  30. 校训 • 哈佛大学:崇尚学术,融入社会 • 加州大学:多元,卓越 • 北京大学:思想自由,兼容并包,常为常新,引领社会 • 清华大学:厚德载物,自强不息,行胜于言,爱国奉献 • 南京大学:诚朴雄伟,励学敦行 • 浙江大学:求是精神 • 南开大学:允公允能,日新月异 • 武汉大学:自强、弘毅、求是、拓新 • 北京航空航天大学:尚德务实,求是拓新 • 云南大学:会泽百家,至公天下

  31. NEW STARTING POINT • COLLEGE TRAIN IS RUNNING • IF YOU COME ON YOU CAN SEE I AM GONE. • WIOUT A SHIRT ON MY BACK,WITHOUT PENNY TO MY NAME HOW CAN I GO THIS WAY,THIS WAY?

  32. 站在新的起点和转折点上 • “大学号”列车开始启动。 • 它将经过十二个主要站点: • 起点站;景观站;(大楼、大师、大气) 学习站;心灵站;平安站;交往站;自立站;网络站;文化站;和谐站;规划站;实践站;

  33. SEVEN PROBLEMS • PAY ATTENTIONS!

  34. 跨进大学校门,有七大问题必须面对和思考 • 一是适应问题。如何迅速地转变。 • 二是做人的问题。也就是如何寻找自己的立身之本,提升人生的境界,把做人的学问放在首位,真正做一个大写的人。 • 三是人生规划问题。要从进校开始,就规划和设计自己的“未来之路,有目的的充实自己。 • 四是学会学习的问题。如何发现和挖掘自身潜能,提升学习和思考的能力。 • 五是发展的问题。即如何去全面地提高自己的素质。 • 六是把握时间问题。如何合理地安排时间,也是成功的关键性因素。 • 六是情感问题。如何处理好人际关系、个性心理的优化发展,以及个人的交友恋爱问题。

  35. MEANINGFUL LIFE • WHAT IS MEANINGFUL COLLEGE LIFE? • WHAT I SHOULD DO? • HOW CAN I DO IT?

  36. Hold Fast To Dreams • Hold fast to dreams For if dreams die Life is a broken-winged bird That cannot fly Hold fast to dreams For when dreams go Life is a barren field Frozen with snow ...Langston Hughs

  37. Two roads diverged in a yellow wood,And sorry I could not travel bothAnd be one traveller, long I stoodAnd looked down one as far as I could To where it bent in the undergrowth; Then took the other, as just as fair, And having perhaps the better claim, Because it was grassy and wanted wear; Though as for that the passing there Had worn them really about the same, And both that morning equally lay In leaves no step had trodden black. Oh, I kept the first for another day! Yet knowing how way leads on to way, I doubted if I should ever come back. I shall be telling this with a sigh Somewhere ages and ages hence: Two roads diverged in a wood, and I-- I took the one less traveled by, And that has made all the difference...Robert Frost

  38. 大学生活中,什么样的收获最有意义? • 在大学生活中,在这段人生最充满青春气息而又短暂的时光里, • 最有意义的事情是学习到了方法以及提高了自己的能力: • ——那些正确思考的方法和能力 • ——学习的方法和能力 • ——为人处世的方法和能力 • ——生存发展的方法和能力, • 在我们四年后即将完成学业、回首告别大学校园的时候,我们是否能够微笑着对自己说:我已经有了巨大的收获,我已经做好了面对人生风雨的准备。我能行!

  39. 大学是人生的新阶段,当代大学新生步入大学将面临新的环境,新的伙伴,新的特点,新的生活,直接面临四大变化:大学是人生的新阶段,当代大学新生步入大学将面临新的环境,新的伙伴,新的特点,新的生活,直接面临四大变化: • 心态之变 • 活动之变 • 要求之变 • 环境之变 在大学失败一定是自己造成的,要不就是脑子发热,要不就是脑子不热,太冷了。

  40. LIFE IS CHANGABLE • LIFE IS HARD? • LIFE IS FREE? • LIFE IS EMPTY? • LIFE IS LONELY? • LIFE IS SLOWLY? • LIFE IS CHANING?

  41. 1、生活环境的变化 第一,料理生活的问题。从围绕“一只书包两只碗,教室寝室图书馆”三 点一线式循环开始的,当你有一个傻瓜时,很傻的,你很会很痛苦;你有50个傻瓜是最幸福的,吃饭、睡觉、上厕所排着队去的;你有一个聪明人时很带劲,你有50个聪明人实际上是最痛苦的,谁都不服谁。 第二,与他人的问题。不同的地域、不同的兴趣、不同 的愉悦,到相 同的志向的发展过程。 努力与同学和睦相处,求同存异,抓大放小, 尽快适应大学生活环境的变化。 第三,与老师的交流出现问题。 注意:1、如何面对生活困难 2、避免财政危机。 阿里巴巴的员工我们要求诚信,学习能力,乐观精神,和拥抱变化的态度!

  42. HOW TO LIVE A SOCIAL LIFE • RESPECT • COOPERATION • COMPROMISE • FREINDSHIP • LOVE • SWEET LIFE

  43. 如何与他人相处 • 1、抓大放小。 • 2、对己严,对他人宽。 • 3、给别人留一点空间。 • 4、为别人做一点事情。 • 5、做出一点让步。 • 6、抽出一点时间娱乐。 • 7、不轻易批评别人。 • 8、学会赞美。

  44. 如何排遣郁闷 • 1、听听音乐。(贝多芬) • 2、学会倾诉。 • 3、转移注意力。 • 4、体育活动。 • 5、卡拉OK去。 • 6、逛街去。 • 7、大吃一吨。 • 8、名人传记。 • 9、日记。 • 10、优秀节目。 (千手观音)

  45. LEANING LIFE • KNOWLEGE IS DEEP AND A HARDBONE? • LIFE IS BUSY. • LIFE IS ODD • LIFE IS GREY • LIFE IS HARD • LIFE IS SAD

  46. 2、学习要求的变化 第一,知识广度和深度的增加。  在广博的基础上求精深,在精深的平台上更广博。两者互为匹配,相辅相成。 第二,专业难度的增加。  专业训练是大学生进入专业领域的必然途径, 第三,自学自由度的增加。 自学是大学新生成才的重要环节, “老师领进门,自学靠自身。 总体而言,自主学习是最大特点。

  47. 大学期间学习观念的七个转变 • 观念上从待哺到自觉地学习的转变 • 从被动学习知识到主动学习理论,构建自己观点的转变 • 从隔绝学习和相互关联学习的转变 • 从学习常识到领悟思想的转变 • 从泛泛学习到有针对性的方向学习的转变 • 从书本学习到实践的转变 • 从茫然学到针对问题学习的转变

  48. 培养几种学习能力 • 自我预习的能力 • 自我思考并质疑的能力 • 自我查找资料的能力 • 自我肯定的能力 • 勇于请教他人的能力

  49. 一、几个统一 • 1、基础课与专业课。(79) • 2、知识和技能。 • 3、广博与专深。(多听讲座) • 4、继承和发展。 • 二、智能结构(形成拼盘) 1、智力:观察力、记忆力、想象力、注意力等。 2、能力:语言表达、组织能力、自学能力、活动 能力、创造能力等

  50. LEARNING METHODS • READING • ARTS • SKILLS • TECHNIQUE • SKILLFUL