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2019年02月01日 全球中学生英语新闻节目

时间:2019-09-26 来源:水乡煊煊


CNN Student News(2017年改名为:CNN 10)


是专门给美国中学生制作的新闻节目,介绍最近全球热点新闻。语言简单、风趣。这是原汁原味学习英语的极好材料。可用来训练听力、口语、阅读、翻译。


●在美国中学生上课期间,周一到周五每天1集,每集10分钟。

●6~8月中旬美国中学放暑假,美国节日期间没有节目。

●为强化用耳朵去理解,配合学习文本,所以没有字幕。


部分节目内容介绍:


10 Out 10——有趣短片视频+主持人风趣双关语。


Character Study——某个着名人物的介绍。


That’s Random——主持人随机介绍一个有趣知识。




学习建议:


1、此资料是CNN给美国中学生制作的,所以稍稍有一点难,请不用担心。


2、刚开始请将此资料试试用于:


● ?(简单)泡耳朵训练——每天轻松看新闻。


● ?(简单)练习三(第3关)—— 强化理解+初步表达训练(听写/抄写训练)


3、请参考6个月您也可以快速提高英语口语,根据自己的情况和目前的阶段,选择对应的训练项目。为自己量身定制一套学习计划吧!


4、鼓励大家多多利用母语者制作的:原汁原味的节目、书籍杂志、有声书、网站、电影美剧等作为【学习参照物】,我们会在博客里不断给大家提供,可用来学习的资料内容。您会发现,不是一定要把大把大把钱给培训机构,自己才可以学好英语。加油~


更新时间:

每周1~周5,下午1点更新。


视频在线:

请点击最下方:阅读原文


视频、音频、文本打包下载:(每月初更新)

新浪博客:

看美剧学英语练口语-Rick

http://blog.sina.com.cn/zootopia2018


训练方法:

1、请参考菜单栏。

2、请将视频/音频,配合文本一起学习,积累有趣的表达方式。

3、仅看一次视频是完全不够的哦!请每周复习当周的内容。


推荐有道词典:

安装app后,可以在阅读文章时长按生词,点击复制即可马上看到中文翻译,非常方便。


微信公众号:每天10分钟英语听力训练


Aired February 1, 2019 - 04:00:00 ? ET


THIS IS A RUSH TRANSCRIPT. THIS COPY MAY NOT BE IN ITS FINAL FORM AND MAY BE UPDATED.


(BEGIN VIDEO CLIP)

UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: If Sydney`s central business district reaches it`s forecast maximum of 40 degrees today, it will be their hottest day since?last summer and 14 degrees above the average.?

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Here in Chicago the temperature is nothing to play with. Dangerous lows, something the city hasn`t seen in quite some time.?

Look at the river, it`s all frozen. It looks like a winter play land. Schools have been shutdown. Warming centers have been set up all across?the city and there`s a real worry about the homeless population here. Because if you`re outside for any long period of time, frostbite has become?a real concern. Our Lake Michigan, it has been so cold you can see the steam actually rising.?

UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: This will go down in the books as Sydney`s second hottest January on record. The sweltering haze has been put extra pressure?on the in demand power supply across the state. As many turn to fans and air cons in a bid to keep cool.?

(END VIDEO CLIP)

CARL AZUZ, CNN 10 ANCHOR: So a tale of two extremes leading things off for us today on CNN 10. But for the U.S. at least relief is in sight and it?will be a dramatic change. This week in Chicago, Illinois temperatures dropped down to 25 degrees below zero Fahrenheit but by the end of the?weekend, the city`s expected to see temperatures rise by 75 degrees to the low 50`s. Meteorologists expected Thursday to be the last day of extreme?cold air in the U.S., at least temporarily.

That`s when two-thirds of the country`s population woke up to temperatures below freezing and about a quarter of Americans shivered in temperatures?below zero. A volunteer firefighter in Wisconsin emerged from battling a house fire with his beard covered in ice. The wind chill, which is what?the temperature feels like when the wind blows, was negative 50. A popular phrase associated with U.S. mail carriers is neither snow nor rain nor heat?nor gloom of night keeps them from their rounds.?

But when artic temperatures frosted over the Midwest and Northeast, deliveries were suspended in parts of six states on Thursday. The Red?Cross canceled hundreds of blood drives because of the cold weather. And in Michigan, a state that`s used to weathering cold and driving snow, state?government offices closed two days in a row. One phrase we often hear when this kind of cold settles in is polar vortex. Here`s Jennifer Gray to?explain.

(BEGIN VIDEO CLIP)

JENNIFER GRAY, CNN WEATHER CORRESPONDENT: It`s not a storm. It`s not a hurricane of cold air. It`s not even something that can come and get you.?

The only way to be in the polar vortex is to be in an airplane. It exists in the upper levels of the atmosphere and is always there. It`s an area of?low pressure around the Artic Circle that`s locked in place and houses some very cold air.?

Sometimes different weather patterns can influence the polar vortex and cause it to become distorted. As it happens, a large dip in the jet stream?allows very cold air to spill into the U.S. That`s the cold air you feel. The air that lives beneath the polar vortex. Air that many times is so?cold it can feel like something out of this world.?

(END VIDEO CLIP)

CARL AZUZ: Another effect of all this winter weather is that many U.S. schools have been closed. Part of the reason`s because of ice and snow but?part of it is because it`s dangerous for students to wait at bus stops in the extreme cold. Schools have been shut down in the capital of Thailand?as well but for a very different reason. Officials in Bangkok are trying to reduce the number of cars on the road in an effort to tackle air?pollution. But that`s only one of several ways Thailand`s trying to deal with the problem.

(BEGIN VIDEO CLIP)

KRISTIE LU STOUT, CNN CORRESPONDENT: These are Thailand`s latest pollution fighting weapons. Dozens of drones dispatched in a desperate attempt to?battle toxic smog in Bangkok by spraying a water and molasses solution to catch air particles.?

UNIDENTIFIED MALE TRANSLATED: We`re doing this because we think it will get better. If we do nothing, we`ll be criticized for doing nothing.?

STOUT: But the plan has a number of critics.?

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: The drone operation that runs through (ph) the morning actually is a stunt. It`s useless operation.?

STOUT: A murky haze has been choking the capital for weeks now sparking criticism over the government`s uneven response just weeks ahead of?elections. Students across Bangkok were dismissed from class early on Wednesday after authorities ordered the closure of hundreds of schools for?the rest of the week.?

UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE TRANSLATED: I don`t want school to be closed because it`s getting close to the final exam but I`m worried about my kid`s health.?

I heard on the news that schools were closed so I rushed here. My son`s health is not good. He coughs a lot and always has to use a nasal spray.?

STOUT: Thailand`s Department of Pollution says, air quality in Bangkok has fallen to harmful levels as the amount of hazardous dust particles known as?"PM2.5" exceeded safe levels in more than 40 areas around the capital. These microscopic particles are small enough to lodge deep into the lungs?and pass onto other organs.?

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Ever increasing number of automobile in - - in - - in the city. Another source is also coming from factory. Last (inaudible)?burning from plantation from mining from the (inaudible) in Cambodia.?

STOUT: Authorities have tried everything from seeding rain clouds to hosing down streets to control the pollution crisis have so far failed to?

clear the air. Kristie Lu Stout, CNN.?

(END VIDEO CLIP)

CARL AZUZ: 10 Second Trivia. What football team has won the most Super Bowls? San Francisco 49ers, New England Patriots, Pittsburgh Steelers or?Dallas Cowboys. Only the Pittsburgh Steelers have won six Super Bowls. The other teams on this list have each won five.?

Super Bowl LIII will be played right behind me here in Atlanta, Georgia this weekend. It is one of the most watched U.S. television events. As?much as a third of the country is estimated to tune in for the game. The National Retail Federation, the U.S. trade association, estimates that?Americans will spend almost $15 billion for the game but that`s not on tickets. It includes things like team clothing, decorations, new TVs, most?of all food. The National Chicken Council says almost 1.4 billion chicken wings will be eaten this weekend.?

Frito-Lay expects that 80 percent of Americans will eat potato or tortilla chips while watching the game. Dominoes and Pizza Hut say they`ll sell a?combined total of 3.5 million pizzas on Super Bowl Sunday. And if you are looking for a last minute ticket, prices on Thursday were between $2,500?for one nose bleed seat and $14,000 for something close to the 50 yard line. Kick off for the game between the Los Angeles Rams and the New?England Patriots is scheduled for 6:30pm.?

10 out of 10 today comes to us courtesy of some California sheriff`s deputies who recently rescued a lost bull elephant seal. They teamed up?with fish and wildlife officials to coax him, this probably counts as coaxing to head back across the road and toward the sea. That`s easier?said than done for a massive mammal that can weigh up to 5,000 pounds.?

But he did make it back to his herd. We never know why the elephant seal crossed the road. Maybe he was just "stout" for a walk. Maybe he made a?"rookerie" mistake. Maybe he thought it was a safe crossing for "penapedistrians" but either way it "seals" up another show on a happy note?so there`s nothing for him to "blubber" about. I`m Carl Azuz for CNN 10.

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