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    【直接打印】牛津譯林版(2020)高中英語必修第一冊Unit1-Unit4課文文本

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【直接打印】牛津譯林版(2020)高中英語必修第一冊Unit1-Unit4課文文本Book1Unit1BacktoschoolReadingRealizingyourpotentialHello,everyone!Welcometoseniorhighschool!Todayisthestartofanewterm,thestartofathree-yearjourneyandthestartofapromisingfuture.Ican’twaittodescribetoyouwhatseniorhighschoollifeislike.Thepathbeforeyouleadstoaworldfullofchallenges:anewenvironment,newknowledgeandnewwaysofthinking.However,forthoseofyouwithapositivemind,opportunityliesineachchallenge.Whenyourisetothechallenges,youwillhavetheopportunitytoacquiregreatknowledgeandenjoypersonalgrowth.Mostimportantly,yourtimeandeffortatseniorhighschoolwillopenthedoortoyourpotential.“Whatispotential?”youmayask.Putsimply,potentialisyournaturalabilitythatcanbedevelopedwhenyoutryhardenough.Whoknowswhatbeautifulworksofartyouwillcreate,whatmedicaladvancesyouwillmakeorwhatamazingtechnologiesyouwilldevelop!Thepossibilitiesareendless,andIhaveconfidenceinyourabilitytomakeadifferencetoyourfamily,toyourcommunityandtoourcountry.Overthenextthreeyears,youwilldiscoveryourpotentialwhileyoudevelopasastudentandasaperson.Tofullyrealizeyourpotential,itisimportantforyoutomakethemostofour第19頁共19頁,schoolresources.Takeadvantageofyourclasses,learnfromyourteachersandclassmates,andmakeuseofourschoolfacilities.Therearealsoalotofschoolactivitiesforyou.Joinaclubortwo,andtakeanactivepartindifferentsports.Ofequalimportancearegoodstudyhabits,usefulskillsandapositiveattitude.Carefullyplanyourstudy,setcleargoalsandbalanceyourschoolworkwithotheractivities.Asaseniorhighschoolstudent,youmustmakeeffortstoimproveyourcommunicationandproblem-solvingskills.Lastbutnotleast,alwayslookonthebrightsideandneverlosehope,evenindifficultsituations.Intimeyouwillfindyourselfgrowingintoawell-roundedindividual.AsLao-Tzuwiselysaid,“Ajourneyofathousandmilesbeginswithasinglestep.”Youneedtomakeacontinuousefforttotrainyourmindanddevelopyourcharacter.Seniorhighschoolwillhelpyoulearnandgrow,yetyoualoneareresponsibleforrealizingyourgreatpotential.Beconfident,doyourbestandmakeusproud!ExtendedreadingSchoollifeintheUKLastyear,IhadthechancetostudyataBritishsecondaryschoolasanexchangestudent.Istayedwithalovelyhostfamilyandwenttoschoolwiththeirson,Daniel.Wewerebothinyeartenandwegotonwell.HeislearningChineseandwillcometostaywithmethisyearinChina!第19頁共19頁,TheBritishschooldaycommonlybeginsaround9a.m.andendsaround4p.m.EverysecondaryschoolstudentintheUKmuststudyEnglish,MathsandtheSciencesubjects:Biology,ChemistryandPhysics.Inyearten,studentsusuallyhavetolearnninesubjectsandtheycanalsochoosetostudyothersubjects,suchasHistory,ArtandBusiness.TheclassesaredifferentfromthoseinChina.Eachteacherhastheirownclassroomandthestudentsmovearoundforeverylesson.Inmostofmyclasses,therewereonlyabout20students.Inthebeginning,however,itwasstilltoughformetoremembereveryone’sname!Ienjoyedmostoftheclasses,butsomeofthemwerequitechallenging.Technologyclasseswerefun.Imadeaclocktotakehome.Theteacherhelpedmeputthepartstogether.IlikeitsomuchthatIstilluseitasmyalarm!IfoundMathsquiteeasyandenjoyablebecausethematerialwaslessadvancedintheUKthaninChina.However,learninginEnglishwasagreatchallengeforme.TherewerealotofdifficultEnglishwords,especiallyinGeographyandBiology.ClassdiscussionisveryimportantintheUK,butIcouldnotmakeagreatcontributionbecausesometimesIwasn’tabletoexpressmyselfclearlyinEnglish.AlthoughtherewasnotasmuchhomeworkasIwasusedto,itwasstillchallenging.Fortunately,myteachersandclassmateswerealwayshelpfulandgavemelotsofencouragement.Mylanguageskillsimprovedovertime.Duringthehour-longlunchtime,Iateintheschooldininghall.Therewerelotsofoptionsincludingbreadandbutter,chickenpieandpuddings,butIstillmissed第19頁共19頁,mymom’scooking!Afterlunch,Ioftenplayedontheschool’shugesportsfieldwithDanielandhisfriends.Sometimeswejustrelaxedunderatreeorsatonthegrass.Afterschool,thereweremanyclubstojoin.TheonethatattractedmemostwastheRugbyclub.Weplayedonceaweek,anditwasgreatfun.Also,IenjoyedactingintheTheatreClub.IstillhavephotosofmyselfactingintheWilliamShakespeare’sAMidsummerNight’sDream.JoiningclubswasagreatwaytomeetBritishstudentsandmakefriendswiththem.Iamgladtohavetheopportunitytoexperiencethisdifferentwayoflife.ImetsomegreatpeopleandlearntalotaboutschoollifeintheUK.Danielandhisfamilywerefantastichosts,andhisfriendswereveryniceaswell.Ican’twaitforDanieltovisitChina!Book1Unit2Let’stalkteensReadingStrangersunderthesameroof?Doeseverydinnerwithyourparentsseemtoturnintoabattle?Haveyouroncewarmandopenconversationsbecomecoldandguarded?Doyoufeelthatyoujustcannotseeeyetoeyewiththemonanything?Youarenotalone.Heatedargumentsandcoldsilencesarecommonbetweenteenagersandtheirparents.Teenagers’physicalchangesmayresultinsuchfamilytensions.Youmayfeelanxiousthatyouaredevelopingatadifferentratetoyourfriends,shootingupinheightorgettingleftfarbehind.Youmightworryaboutyourchangingvoice,weightproblemsorspots.Whenitallgetstoomuch,yourparentsareoftenthefirsttargets第19頁共19頁,ofyouranger.Itcanbeabigheadachetobalanceyourdevelopingmentalneedstoo.Youenterastrangemiddleground—nolongerasmallchildbutnotquiteanadult.Youhavebothanewdesireforindependenceandacontinuedneedforyourparents’loveandsupport.Youfeelreadytobemoreresponsibleandmakedecisionsonyourown.Unfortunately,yourparentsdonotalwaysagreeandthatmakesyoufeelunhappy.“Whycan’ttheyjustletmego?”youmaywonder.Ontheotherhand,whenyouarestrugglingtocontrolyourfeelings,youwishtheycouldbemorecaringandpatient—sometimestheyforgetthatgrowingupisaroughride.Itcanbedifficultwhenyourparentstreatyoulikeachildbutexpectyoutoactlikeanadult.Allofthiscanleadtoabreakdowninyourrelationship.Althoughsometimesitmayseemimpossibletogetalongasafamily,youcantakeactiontoimprovethesituation.Thekeytokeepingthepeaceisregularandhonestcommunication.Whenyoudisagreewithyourparents,takeaminutetocalmdownandtrytounderstandthesituationfromtheirpointofview.Perhapstheyhaveexperiencedsomethingsimilaranddonotwantyoutogothroughthesamepain.Afteryouhavethoughtitthrough,explainyouractionsandfeelingscalmly,listencarefully,andaddresstheirconcerns.Throughthiskindofhealthydiscussion,youwilllearnwhentobackdownandwhentoaskyourparentstorelaxtheircontrol.Justrememberthatitiscompletelynormaltostrugglewiththestressthatparent-childtensionscreate,andthatyouandyourparentscanworktogethertoimproveyourrelationship.Thegoodnewsisthatthisstormyperiodwillnotlast.第19頁共19頁,Everythingwillturnoutallrightintheend,andthechangesandchallengesofyourteenageyearswillprepareyouforadulthood.IntegratedskillsMymumkeepsanotebookofmygradesineveryexam.SheasksmyteachershowI’mdoingatschoolwhenevershecan.Itseemsasifmygradesarethemostimportantthinginherlife.Whenwe'reathome,shekeepspressingmetostudyallthetime.Idoasshesays,butsheisneverhappywithmygrades.Whycan’tsheleavemealone?Iwanttotakeabreakonceinawhile.Iwanttolistentomusicorgooutwithmyfriends.Isthattoomuchtoaskfor?—RebeccaI’meagerformyparents’love.They’realwaysbusyatwork.Ihardlyeverseethemduringtheweekbecausetheydon'tgethomeuntillateatnight.ItellthemthatI’mstressedaboutschoolwork,butneitherofthemshowanyconcern.SometimesIfeelquitelonelyathome.Whenwasthelasttimewehadafamilyoutingattheweekend?Whenwasthelasttimewehadalongtalk?Howcanparentsnotcareabouttheirchildren?—SimonEveryonesaysthatyouthisatimeforadventure,butmyparentsdisagree.Ispendmostofmysparetimeathome,becausetheyhardlyeverletmegooutwith第19頁共19頁,myfriends.WhenIdogoout,theyalwaysask,“Whereareyougoing?”“Whoareyougoingwith?”“Whatareyougoingtodo?”“Whenwillyoubeback?”They’realwaysonmybackaboutsomething.`Iunderstandthatthey’retryingtoprotectmefromgettinghurt.However,justasababykangaroomustlearntoprotectitselfwhenitleavesitsmother’spocket,IwillhavetolearntoprotectmyselfwhenIgrowup.IwishtheycouldbemoreflexiblesothatIcanmakemyownchoicesaboutwhattodoinmysparetime.—LauraExtendedreadingMamaandHerBankAccountEverySaturdaynightMamawouldsitdownbythekitchentableandcountoutthemoneyPapahadbroughthome.“Fortherent.”Mamawouldcountoutthebigsilverpieces.“Forthegroceries.”Anothergroupofcoins.“I’llneedanotebook.”ThatwouldbemysisterChristine,mybrotherNelsorme.Mamawouldputoneortwocoinstotheside.Wewouldwatchwithanxiousinterest.Atlast,Papawouldask,“Isthatall?”AndwhenMamanodded,wecouldrelaxalittle.Mamawouldlookupandsmile,“Good.Wedonothavetogotothe第19頁共19頁,Bank.”WewereallsoproudofMama’sBankAccount.Itgaveussuchawarm,securefeeling.WhenNelsgraduatedfromgrammarschool,hewantedtogoontohighschool.“Itwillcostalittlemoney,”hesaid.Eagerlywegatheredaroundthetable.ItookdownaboxandlaiditcarefullyinfrontofMama.Thiswasthe“LittleBank”.Itwasusedforsuddenemergencies,suchasthetimewhenChristinebrokeherarmandhadtobetakentoadoctor.Nelslistedthecostsofthethingshewouldneed.MamacountedoutthemoneyintheLittleBank.Therewasnotenough.“WedonotwanttogototheBank,”shereminded.Weallshookourheads.“IwillworkinDillon’sgroceryafterschool,”Nelsvolunteered.Mamagavehimabrightsmileandwrotedownanumber.“That’snotenough,”Papasaid.Thenhetookhispipeoutofhismouthandlookedatitforalongtime.“Iwillgiveupsmoking,”hesaidsuddenly.MamareachedacrossthetableandtouchedPapa’sarm.Thenshewrotedownanotherfigure.“IwilllookaftertheElvingtonchildreneveryFridaynight,”Isaid.“Christinecanhelpme.”Nowtherewasenoughmoney.WeallfeltverygoodbecausewedidnothavetogodowntownanddrawmoneyoutofMama’sBankAccount.SomanythingscameoutoftheLittleBankthatyear:Christine'sdressfortheschoolplay,mylittlesisterDagmar’soperation...Whateverhappened,wealways第19頁共19頁,knewwestillhadtheBanktodependupon.Thatwastwentyyearsago.LastyearIsoldmyfirststory.Whenthecheckcame,IhurriedovertoMama’sandputitinherlap.“Foryou,”Isaid,“toputinyourBankAccount.”InoticedforthefirsttimehowoldMamaandPapalooked.Papaseemedshorter,andMama’shairwassilvernow.“Tomorrow,”ItoldMama,“youmusttakeittotheBank.”“Youwillgowithme,Katrin?”“Thatwon’tbenecessary.Justhandittotheteller.He'llpayitintoyouraccount.”Mamalookedatme.“Thereisnoaccount,”shesaid.“Inallmylife,I’veneverbeeninsideabank.”AndwhenIdidn’t—couldn’t—answer,Mamasaidseriously,“Itisnotgoodforlittleonestobeafraid—tonotfeelsecure.”(AdaptedfromKathrynForbes’sMama’sBankAccount,whichhas17shortstoriesanddescribesthestrugglesanddreamsofafamilyinSanFranciscointheearly1900s)Book1Unit3GettingalongwithothersReadingFriendshipontherocks:pleaseadvise!Amy第19頁共19頁,Monday12/109:13p.m.MybestfriendandIhavebeencloseforeightyears.WhenIwasanawkwardprimaryschoolstudent,shewasthepopulargirlwhowaswillingtomakefriendswithme.Sincethen,aclosefriendshiphasgrownbetweenusandshe'sbeenalmostlikeasistertome.Whetherwe’rewalkingtoschool,doinghomeworkorjusthangingoutattheweekend,we’rehardlyoutofeachother’ssight.ButlastSaturday,shebrokemyheart,andI'mstillpickingupthepieces.Ouroriginalplanwastoseeafilmatthecinemathatafternoon.Butinthemorning,myfriendpostedamessageonsocialmediasayingshehadacold.WhenIcalledher,shesaidshemightnotbeabletomakeittothecinema.“Don’tworry,”Isaid.“Getsomerest.Wecanwaittillyougetbetter.”Today,however,Ireceivedahorriblesurprise.AclassmatetoldmeshehadseenmyfriendchattingwithanothergirlinacafeonSaturdayafternoon.HowstupidIwas!Myfriend’s“illness”wasacompletelie!Insteadofrecoveringathome,shewasouthavingfunwithsomeoneelse.IwassoangrythatIavoidedherduringschoolallday,andIstilldon'tfeellikerespondingtoanyofheronlinemessages.Thestressofthissituationiskillingme,andI'matalosswhattodonext.CindyMonday12/109:52p.m.I’msosorry!Butthisfriendshipisworthsaving:eightyearsisalongtime!第19頁共19頁,Don’tbesoquicktojudgeyourfriend.Perhapssheknowsshe’sinthewrongandwantstoapologize,ormaybeshehasasimpleexplanationforherbehaviour.Inanycase,findanopportunitytohaveafullandfranktalkwithher.Listentowhatshehastosay,andbesuretoexplainhowyoufeel.I’msureyoucansolvethisproblemtogether.DavidTuesday13/108:11p.m.Idefinitelyunderstandhowyoufeel.IalsohadafriendwhomItrustedalot.WhenIfoundoutthatIwastrickedbyhim,Iwasreallyhurtandletgoofourfriendship.Iknowyouvalueyourfriendshipandwantyourfriendtovalueitequally.However,ifyourfriendignoresyourfeelingsormakesyousuffer,it’stimetorethinkyourrelationship.Talktoheranddecidewhetherthisfriendshipisstillimportanttoyou.It’ssadtomoveon,butyouhavetoacceptthatfriendscomeandgoinlife.Integratedskills4NovemberDearDiary,TimandItalkedalotabouthisproblemstoday,andI’msogladthatIcouldhelpmybestfriend.Italsoleftmethinkingaboutwhatitreallymeanstobea“good第19頁共19頁,friend”.Inmyopinion,thefollowingqualitiesformthebasisofafriendship.Agoodfriendneedstobesupportive.IcanseethatTimishavingtroublebalancinghisprojectandhisschoolwork,andIcanseethatbothareimportanttohim.Imustrespectandsupportthechoiceshemakes.Ishouldalsoencouragehimtotakeactiontogetoverthesedifficulties.Agoodfriendalsoneedstobeselfless.TimissomeonewhomIshouldtrymybesttohelp,evenifitmeansmoreworkforme.Whenhe’sstrugglingwithhisschoolwork,IshoulddoallIcantohelphimbecomeamoreefficientlearner.It’lltakeupsomeofmysparetime,butthisfriendshipisworthmyextratimeandeffort.I'msurethatTimwoulddothesameforme.Tome,agoodfriendbringsoutthebestinaperson.AndIthinkTimistheonewhobringsoutthebestinme.Throughourconversationtoday,Iknowthatourfriendshipwillgrowstrongerthanever.I’llalwaysvaluethesequalitiesofagoodfriendandtrytomeasuremyselfbythesestandardsasourfriendshipdevelops.ExtendedreadingOfFriendshipAswewalkthe“pathoflife”,wemaysometimeswishtobealonewithourownthoughts,forquietperiodsofreflectioncanleadtopersonalimprovement.However,whenweseektobealone,wemustbecarefulthatwedonotalwaysescapeintoourownworld.Sociallifeisalsoimportanttous.Moreoftenthannot,closefriendshipswillhelpsmoothoutthesometimesrockyroadthatweareallmeantto第19頁共19頁,travel.Asweliveinsocialgroups,therearemanybenefitsoffriendshipthatwecanenjoy.Generallyspeaking,closefriendshipshavethree“fruits”:theymaycomforttheheart,advisetheheadandhelpusachievethegoalswesetforourselves.Throughfriendship,wecanbecomehappier,wiserandmoresatisfiedhumans.Thefirstfruitoffriendshipisthepeacethatcomesfromsharingwithfriendsourjoy,sadness,successandfailure.Here,friendshiphasadoubleadvantage-happinesstakesonagreatermeaningandatroublesharedbecomesatroublehalved!Naturally,thiskindofopennessresultsfromaclosefriendship.Withtruefriends,wefeelfreetoshareourjoyandsadnessinfullmeasure.Weknowthatourfriendswillbothrespectourfeelingsandtreasurethesemomentsofcloseness.Indeed,thehumanheartdependsonsuchopportunitiesforcomfortandprotection.Thesecondfruitoffriendshipisthebetterunderstandingandjudgementthatmaybeachievedthroughconversationswithwell-meaningandwisefriends.Weoftenfinditeasiertorecognizeotherpeople’sweaknessesthanourown.Asaresult,ifweareguidedonlybyourownfeelings,ourjudgementsmightbeone-sided.Ontheotherhand,ourfriendsarebetterabletoofferadviceonimportantdecisionsthatweallhavetomake.Also,whenwewanttotalkourproblemsoverwithafriend,wehavetoputourthoughtsintowordsfirst.Thisalonehelpsmakeourthoughtsclearerandbringsusamorethoroughunderstandingofourproblems.Thethirdfruitoffriendshipisthehelpthatafriendmayofferinmanydifferentways.Sometimesafriendisevenknownasour“secondself”.Therearesomany第19頁共19頁,thingsinlifethatcanonlybeachievedwiththehelpoffriends.Friendsmayhavemanydifferentideasandskills.Theycanhelpusachievewhatwewantduringlifeand,perhaps,evenafterdeath.Finally,itshouldbepointedoutthatenjoyingthecompanyofacrowdisnotthesameasbeingwithfriends.Friendsshouldbecarefullychosenandrelationshipscarefullydeveloped.Inthisway,wecanbetterwalkthe“pathoflife”withthecomfort,adviceandhelpfromourtrustedfriends.(Adaptedfrom“OfFriendship”,anessaywrittenbyFrancisBacon,agreatEnglishwriter,scientistandphilosopher)Book1Unit4Lookinggood,feelinggoodReadingTeenfaintsafterskippingmealsSTONECHESTER—AteenagegirlfaintedyesterdayatStonechesterHighSchoolafterskippingmeals.JenniferJones,15,toldfriendsinherclassthatshewasfeelingunwell.ShethenpassedoutinhermorningPElessonandwasrushedtohospital.Jenniferwasfoundtohavedangerouslylowbloodsugarlevelsandwastreatedimmediately.Herworriedparentstoldthedoctorthattheirdaughtermissedbreakfastthatdayandhardlytouchedherdinnerthenightbefore.Fortunately,sheisnowoutofdanger.Herdoctorsaysthatshewillmakeafullrecoveryinadayortwo.Jennifer’sclassmateshopetoseeherbackatschoolsoon.Theysaythatshehasstruggledwitheatingproblemsforalongtime.“Jenniferthoughtthatskipping第19頁共19頁,mealswouldbeasimplewaytoreachhertargetweight,”herfriendLauraWilliamstoldourreporter.“Shehasnoteatenbreakfastforthelastfewmonths.Shetoldmeshehadtroubleconcentratinginclass.Iwarnedherthatskippingmealswasunhealthy,butshewouldn’tlisten.”Jennifer’scaseisareminderofthedangersoftheunhealthyweight-losshabitsthathavebecomecommonamongteenagersofbothsexes.Inasocietywherebeingthinisoftenseenasbeingbeautiful,teenagerssometimesturntoextrememethodstoslimdownquickly.Accordingtoarecentsurveyofseniorhighschoolstudents'lifestyles,almostonefifthofteenagersregularlyskipmeals,oneintenover-exerciseandfourpercenteventakeweight-lossmedicine.Healthexpertsareconcernedaboutthesefigures.Theyareincreasingtheireffortstoeducateteenagersaboutthesideeffectsoflosingweighttooquickly.Theyhavealsowarnedthemagainstusingsuchextrememethods.“Theseso-calledquick-fixmethods’provetobeharmfultoteenagers.Itisnormalforteenagerstobeslightlyoverweightandthereisnoreasonwhytheyshouldbeworried.However,forthosewhoaredangerouslyoverweight,itisveryimportantthattheytrytoloseweightproperly,”saidanexpert.Shepointedoutthatitisimportanttohaveahealthybalanceddietsinceteenagersarestillgrowingandtheirbodiesneedalotofnutritiontofunctionwell.Iftheydonottakeinenoughfood,theymayfeelweakandgetilleasily.Sheadded,“What’smore,theyshouldkeepregularhoursandgetplentyofexercisetostayenergeticandfit.Westronglyencourageallteenagerstofollowtheselifestyletips,第19頁共19頁,becauselivingwellisthesafestandmosteffectivewaytogetintoshape.”IntegratedskillsPlasticsurgeryhelpsmanwithburnmarksByHelenBrown2JanuaryAmanreceivedplasticsurgeryatKing’sHospitallastmonthtotreatburnmarkshesufferedoneyearago.JohnWilsonhadplasticsurgerytorepairsomeofhisburntskin.Doctorsworkedonseveralproblemareas,includinghisfaceandneck.Theoperationwasagreatsuccess.LastJanuary,MrWilsonwascaughtinahorriblecampusfire,andhisskinwasbadlyburnt.Forthepastyear,hehadtolivewithterribleburnmarksonhisfaceandbody.Hedecidedtohavesurgerytohelphimfeelmoreconfidentabouthisappearance.MrWilsonisveryhappywiththetreatment.Heisespeciallypleasedwiththeresultsonhisface.“NowIcangooutjustlikeanormalguy!”hesaid.WomanregretsplasticsurgeryByTomSmith15AprilAwomanwhohasrecentlyhadplasticsurgeryonherfacenowregretsthedecision.第19頁共19頁,Thesurgerytookplacemorethanamonthago,butEllaEdwardsstillsuffersfromdailypain.Thisisstoppingherfromreturningtoanormallife.Shehasbeentoseveralhospitalsandallthedoctorssaythatthepainisunlikelytostopanytimesoon.Shemayneedtotakepainkillersforalongtime.Inaddition,MissEdwardssaysthesurgerymakesherlookunnaturalandthatsheisunabletomakecertainfacialexpressions.MissEdwardsisunhappywiththeresultsofthesurgery.“Iwantedtobecomemorebeautiful,butithasn’tturnedoutwellatall.Ireallyregrethavingthesurgery,”shesaid.“I’mveryanxiousaboutit.”ExtendedreadingDon’tjudgeabookbyitscover“Don’tjudgeabookbyitscover,”theoldsayinggoes.Unfortunately,asateenager,thatisoftenexactlywhatyoudotoyourself.Darkthoughtsaboutyourphysicalappearancecanhangoveryouallthetimelikearaincloud.DoIlookfatinthesejeans?DoothersthinkIamtooshort?Iseveryonelaughingatmynewhairstylebehindmyback?Thesethoughtscanhaveanegativeeffectonpeopleofanyshapeorsize,bothmaleandfemale,anditisimportanttoguardagainstthecausesbehindthem.Standardsofbeautyinthemediacanhaveabiginfluenceonwhatyouthinkofyourphysicalappearance.Teenswhotrytocopythelooksoftheirfavouritestarsarefightingalosingbattle-thesestandardsaresimplyimpossibleformostofthe第19頁共19頁,populationtoliveupto.Theywillonlyendupfeelingworseaboutthemselves.Yourfriendsalsoinfluencethewayyouviewyourphysicalappearance.Ifyouhavefriendswhoaregood-lookingorhaveagreatfashionsense,itcanfeellikeyouarelivingintheirshadow.Forchildrenofthedigitalage,socialmediamakesthisproblemevenworse.Yourfriendsmaypostanever-endingseriesofphotosonlinetoshowofftheirbeautifuldressesorstrongbodies,anditbecomeseasierforyoutocompareyourselftothem.Thishasprovedtohaveanegativeeffectonwhatyouthinkofyourphysicalappearance.Theseexternalinfluencesarealwayspresent,buttherearecertainlywaystodealwiththem.Firstofall,becarefulnottofollowpopularbeautystandardsblindly.Theyareoutofreachfor99%ofus,soitisbettertojustforgetaboutthem.Anothertipistoremindyourselfthatyouareunique.Keepinmindthatyourfamilyandfriendsloveyoujustthewayyouare.Talkaboutyourfeelingswithsomeoneyoutrust.Hearinghowmuchtheyvalueyoucanhelpyoufeelcomfortableinyourownskin.Focusingonyourstrengthsalsohelpsyoubuildyourconfidence.Everyonehastheirowntalents—youmaybegoodatpaintingorplayingthepiano,sotakeprideinthingsyoudowellinsteadofworryingaboutthingsyoucannotchange.Finally,itisagoodideatotrytodirectyourattentionawayfromnegativethoughts.Toachievethis,youshoulddosomethingyouenjoy.Readabookyoulike,ortakepartinasocialactivity,likeplayingaballgamewithyourfriends.Thesethingscanhelpyoutakeyourmindoffmattersthatworryyouandmakeyoufeelgoodabout第19頁共19頁,yourself.Youmayoftenjudgeyourselfbywhatisontheoutside,notontheinside.However,likeabook,yourcontentsaremuchmoreimportantthanyourcover.Ifyoucanlearntoseethegoodthingsaboutyourself-yourindividuality,yourvaluetoothers,yourachievements-youwillsoonbegintoloveyourselfjustthewayyouare.第19頁共19頁
    【直接打印】牛津譯林版(2020)高中英語必修第一冊Unit1-Unit4課文文本
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