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    突破四六级考试快速阅读

    作者:郭庆    文章来源:新东方    点击数:    更新时间:2009/10/6

      总是在课间休息时,不少六级的孩子都曾问过如何提高快速阅读,要命的是面临慢速阅读他们都能催城拔寨,但是就是无法识破快速阅读这种雕虫小技。其原因莫非心理二字,考生们在经历了国内各种摧残心理和生理的考试后,心理愈发脆弱了,四六级委员会简直是“功不可没”,再加上幼稚无比的人民教育出版社的教材,这直接导致了大量学生涌向新东方,把希望寄托在了老师的身上。

      其实,快速阅读只是委员会玩文字游戏而已,千万别上当,什么用15分钟读完1200字的四级文章,花15分钟读完1500字的六级文章,需要读完吗?什么“快速阅读”,活脱脱一个“肤浅阅读”,大家要深刻领悟“委员会”的这种对速度要求的“恐吓”,这样只是徒增心理负担。

      第一,我们需要明白的是,按照我下面讲的这种做题顺序去做题,时间是绰绰有余,这一点一定不能含糊。1、不读文章,直接看题干,划出定位词回原文定位。定位词是提示新信息的词,数字、大写字母其次时间词,地点词,人物词。2、做题顺序是先做第1到第3题,再做10、9、8,最后做7、6、5、4。因为第1和第10是最容易定位做对的,在文章首尾,第1-第4题都是,N,Y,NG题,按照考试规律,一般有一道题答案是NG,位置一般是第3或是第4题,若第3题答案为N或是Y,那么第4题答案极其可能是NG,按上述顺序做题的话,到后来如果没有时间做第4题,那你最后毫不犹豫地蒙NG;如果第3题答案是NG,那么到后来没有时间的情况下,你就蒙N或是Y,至少有50%的可能蒙对。
      第二,在平时训练快速阅读时,进行眼肌能训练,使眼肌能灵活自如,让视线如行云流水般地快速阅读,训练方法可按手指法(即目光随着手指左右,上下移动,头不要摇动),这样以来,定位速度就快了,这样也就容易做到高分了。(四级的快速阅读顺序为1、2、3、10、9、8、4、5、6、7)

    附:07年6月快速阅读题

    Part II Reading Comprehension (Skimming and Scanning) (15 minutes)
    Directions: In this part, you will have 15 minutes to go over the passage quickly and answer the questions on Answer Sheet 1.

    For questions 1-4, mark

    Y (for YES) if the statement agrees with the information given in the passage;

    N (for NO) if statement contradicts the information given in the passage;

    NG (for NOT GIVEN) if the information is not given in the passage.

    For questions 5-10, complete the sentences with the information given in the passage.

    Seven Steps to a More Fulfilling Job

    Many people today find themselves in unfulfilling work situations. In fact, one in four workers is dissatisfied with their current job, according to the recent “Plans for 2004” survey. Their career path may be financially rewarding, but it doesn’t meet their emotional, social or creative needs. They’re stuck, unhappy, and have no idea what to do about it, except move to another job.

    Mary Lyn Miller, veteran career consultant and founder of the Life and Career Clinic, says that when most people are unhappy about their work, their first thought is to get a different job. Instead, Miller suggests looking at the possibility of a different life. Through her book, 8 Myths of Making a Living, as well as workshops, seminars and personal coaching and consulting, she has helped thousands of dissatisfied workers reassess life and work.

    Like the way of Zen, which includes understanding of oneself as one really is, Miller encourages job seekers  and those dissatisfied with work or life to examine their beliefs about work and recognize that “in many cases your beliefs are what brought you to where you are today.” You may have been raised to think that women were best at nurturing and caring and, therefore, should be teachers and nurses. So that’s what you did. Or, perhaps you were brought up to believe that you should do what your father did, so you have taken over the family business, or become a dentist “just like dad.” If this sounds familiar, it’s probably time to look at the new possibilities for your future.

    Miller developed a 7-step process to help potential job seekers assess their current situation and beliefs, identify their real passion, and start on a journey that allows them to pursue their passion through work.

    Step 1: Willingness to do something different.

    Breaking the cycle of doing what you have always done is one of the most difficult tasks for job seekers. Many find it difficult to steer away from a career path or make a change, even if it doesn’t feel right. Miller urges job seekers to open their minds to other possibilities beyond what they are currently doing.

    Step 2: Commitment to being who you are, not who or what someone wants you to be.

    Look at the \gifts and talents you have and make a commitment to pursue those things that you love most. If you love the social aspects of your job, but are stuck inside an office or “chained to your desk” most of the time, vow to follow your instinct and investigate alternative careers and work that allow you more time to interact with others. Dawn worked as a manager for a large retail clothing store for several years. Though she had advanced within the company, she felt frustrated and longed to be involved with nature and the outdoors. She decided to go to school nights and weekends to pursue her true passion by earning her master’s degree in forestry. She now works in the biotech forestry division of a major paper company.

    Step 3: Self-definition           

    Miller suggests that once job seekers know who they are, they need to know how to sell themselves. “In the job market, you are a product. And just like a product, you most know the features and benefits that you have to offer a potential client, or employer.” Examine the skills and knowledge that you have identify how they can apply to your desired occupation. Your qualities will exhibit to employers why they should hire you over other candidates.

    Step 4: Attain a level of self-honoring.

    Self-honoring or self-love may seem like an odd step for job hunters, but being able to accept yourself, without judgment, helps eliminate insecurities and will make you more self-assured. By accepting who you are – all your emotions, hopes and dreams, your personality, and your unique way of being – you’ll project more confidence when networking and talking with potential employers. The power of self-honoring can help to break all the falsehoods you were programmed to believe – those that made you feel that you were not good enough, or strong enough, or intelligent enough to do what you truly desire.

    Step 5: Vision.

    Miller suggests that job seekers develop a vision that embraces the answer to “What do I really want to do?” one should create a solid statement in a dozen or so sentences that describe in detail how they see their life related to work. For instance, the secretary who longs to be an actress describes a life that allows her to express her love of Shakespeare on stage. A real estate agent, attracted to his current job because her loves fixing up old homes, describes buying properties that need a little tender loving care to make them more saleable.

    Step 6: Appropriate risk.

    Some philosophers believe that the way to enlightenment comes through facing obstacles and difficulties. Once people discover their passion, many are too scared to do anything about it. Instead, they do nothing. With this step, job seekers should assess what they are willing to give up, or risk, in pursuit of their dream. For one working mom, that meant taking night classes to learn new computer-aided design skills, while still earning a salary and keeping her day job. For someone else, it may mean quitting his or her job, taking out loan and going back to school full time. You’ll move one step closer to your ideal work life if you identify how much risk you are willing to take and the sacrifices you are willing to make.

    Step 7: Action.

    Some teachers of philosophy describe action in this way, “If one wants to get to the top of a mountain, just sitting at the foot thinking about it will not bring one there. It is by making the effort of climbing up the mountain, step by step, that eventually the summit is reached.” All too often, it is the lack of action that ultimately holds people back from attaining their ideals. Creating a plan and taking it one step at a time can lead to new and different job opportunities. Job-hunting tasks gain added meaning as you sense their importance in your quest for a more meaningful work life. The plan can include researching industries and occupations, talking to people who are in your desired area of work, taking classes, or accepting volunteer work in your targeted field.

    Each of these steps will lead you on a journey to a happier and more rewarding work life. After all, it is the journey, not the destination, that is most important.

    注意:此部分试题请在答题卡1上作答。

    1.According to the recent “Plans for 2004” survey, most people are unhappy with their current jobs.

    2.Mary Lyn Miller’s job is to advise people on their life and career.

    3.Mary Lyn Miller herself was once quite dissatisfied with her own work.

    4.Many people find it difficult to make up their minds whether to change their career path.

    5.According to Mary Lyn Miller, people considering changing their careers should commit themselves to the pursuit of ________.

    6.In the job market, job seekers need to know how to sell themselves like ________.

    7.During an interview with potential employers, self-honoring or self-love may help a job seeker to show ________.

    8.Mary Lyn Miller suggests that a job seeker develop a vision that answers the question “________”

    9.Many people are too scared to pursue their dreams because they are unwilling to ________.

    10.What ultimately holds people back from attaining their ideals is ________.。郾嗉红冢

      本文选自新东方郭庆的博客,博客链接地址http://blog.sina.com.cn/s/blog_4bb6033601000c9o.html

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