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What is the conversation mainly about?
  • A. Criticisms of Dewey's political philosophy

  • B. Methods for leading a discussion group

  • C. Recent changes made to a reference document

  • D. Problems with the organization of a paper

显示答案 正确答案: D

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    NARRATOR:Listen to part of a conversation between a student and a professor.

    MALE STUDENT:I'm so sorry I'm late, Professor Mills.I just finished at the Student Medical Center- I twisted my ankle playing soccer this morning.It took longer than I expected to see the doctor.

    FEMALE PROFESSOR:That's OK. Don't worry about it, David.

    FEMALE PROFESSOR:So, lets get started.Your paper on John Dewey's political philosophy has a few issues I'd like to cover.You gave a great biographical sketch in the beginning.OK. But then as you get into his political philosophy, I don't think you've done enough to situate his philosophy within the time period.In other words, you haven't connected Dewey's philosophy to the thinking of other intellectuals of the time.

    MALE STUDENT:So I haven't captured the most critical influences, the influences that were most significant to his political thinking?

    FEMALE PROFESSOR:Exactly.

    OK. Now look back up at this section here... where you wrote about Dewey's view of individuality.This is all good content, but you haven't presented the information in a systematic way.I really think this portion on individuality needs to come later-after your paragraphs on Dewey's intellectual influences.

    MALE STUDENT:[sighing] After my revised paragraphs on what influenced him.

    FEMALE PROFESSOR:[humorously] Yes, revised. Let me ask, uh, when you were finished writing, did you go back and ask yourself if all of the material was relevant?

    MALE STUDENT:Well, no.

    FEMALE PROFESSOR:I do think there are areas that can be cut.I guess what I'm saying is that your paragraphs aren't really presented in a logical order... the direction of your argument isn't crystal clear.And there's some unnecessary material getting in the way.

    MALE STUDENT:OK. Sounds like I have a lot to do.

    FEMALE PROFESSOR:And one more thing... do you have a copy of the department's document on the correct format for in-text citations and references?

    MALE STUDENT:No, um, I-I mean, I looked at it online when I was working on this assignment.

    FEMALE PROFESSOR:You really should print it out. You're going to need it for every paper you write in the political science department.It looks like you were getting it mixed up with another referencing system.

    MALE STUDENT:Oh. Y ah, I used something different in high school. It's so confusing switching to a new system.

    FEMALE PROFESSOR:I know, but remember-everything needs to be consistent when it comes to referencing.It's a very important academic convention.

    Oh-also, I wanted to ask you... will you be at the Political Science Club meeting Saturday?

    MALE STUDENT:Definitely. The topic's John Dewey!

    FEMALE PROFESSOR:Yes. Are you interested in leading part of the discussion? Tom Hayward is looking for someone to help out. I think you'll have a lot to contribute.

    MALE STUDENT:That'd be fun! I'll give him a call.

  • 旁白:听一段学生和教授的对话。

    学生:米尔斯教授,对不起,我迟到了。我刚结束我在学生医疗中心那儿的事情。我在今天早上踢足球时把脚扭了。看医生的时间比我想的要长。

    教授:没事。大卫,别担心。

    教授:所以,我们开始吧!关于你写的约翰·杜威的政治哲学的论文有几个问题我想跟你说说。你在开头给出了一个很不错的生平描述。但是,随后当你写到他政治哲学部分的时候,我认为,你没有充分地将他的哲学思想和那个时代联系起来。换句话说,你没有把杜威的哲学和当时其他学者的思想联系起来。

    学生:所以,我没抓住最关键的影响,对他政治思想最重要的影响?

    教授:是的!

    好,现在看回这个部分,你写了杜威关于个人主义的观点。这个内容都很好。但是,你没有很系统地呈现这些信息。我真的认为关于个人主义的这部分要放在后面,放在关于杜威的学术影响的段落后。

    学生:在我修改了关于他的影响的段落之后。

    教授:对。修改过的段落后。我想问,当你写完以后,你有没有回头看看,问问自己,是不是所有的资料都是相关的?

    学生:没有。

    教授:我认为有些地方该删掉。我想我的意思是,你的段落没有按逻辑顺序铺陈开...你论证的方向不明确。有些多余的资料很碍事。

    学生:听起来我有不少事情要做。

    教授:还有一件事,你有系里关于文内引用和参考文献的正确格式的文件副本吗?

    学生:没有。我是指,我在做作业时上网看过。

    教授:你应该打印出来的。你写每份政治科学系的论文都要用到它。看上去你把它和别的引用系统混用了。

    学生:噢,对,我高中用的是不同的系统。换成新系统让我感到很混乱。

    教授:我知道,但要记住,在引用时,所有内容都要一致。这是非常重要的学术规范。

    噢,我还想问你,你会来周六的政治科学俱乐部会议吗?

    学生:当然了,主题可是约翰·杜威呢。

    教授:对。你有兴趣主持这场讨论吗?汤姆·海沃德正在找人帮忙。我想你能帮上不少。

    学生:听起来很有趣。我会打电话给他的。

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    Student: I am so sorry I am late. Professor Mills. I just finished at the student medical center.I twisted my ankle playing soccer this morning. It took longer than I expected to see the doctor.

    Professor: That’s okay. Don’t worry about it. David. So let’s get started. Your paper on John Dewey’s political philosophy has a few issues I’d like to cover. You gave a great biographical sketch in the beginning. Okay. But then as you get into his political philosophy, I don’t think you’ve done enough to situate his philosophy within the time period. In other words, you haven’t connected Dewey’s philosophy to the thinking of other intellectuals of the time.

    选项分析

    前面的对话说了一些为何迟到。注意语气变化以及信号词Let’s get started 后面引出的重要信息paper revisionbut 后面的转折说的是问题not enough connection,其次situated connected 指的是文章结构

    D 选项是对文章核心动词situate 的同义替换,是对全文主旨最准确的概括

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