如何做好会议纪录

“好记性不如烂笔头”,尽管键盘早就成为了文字输入的得力助手,但手写仍然受到不少人的青睐。有人觉得拿着笔更习惯,有种脚踏实地的感觉,也有人觉得书写是一种享受,挥毫落纸,下笔如有神。不管怎么说,纸笔仍然是我们学习、办公的必备文具:一本精美的手账、一支复古的钢笔,能使书写成为一种愉悦的活动。而键盘鼠标则极大提升了信息处理和传播的效率,利用现代化的手段,让信息的价值最大化。说到底,无论是书写还是敲键盘,它们的核心都在于“记录”。记录所见所闻、所思所问,将信息留存在媒介上,便于记忆和查阅。在职场生活中有各类的会议:与客户的洽谈、团队的例会、事例报告会等等。会议中常常会有专人负责会议的记录,他们将会议的流程、重点梳理为一份简明的报告,作为汇报和查阅的重要依据。一份完整的会议记录是由哪些部分构成的?从大致结构来看,其实和一篇作文差不多:开头、正文和结尾。但是,每一个部分由多个关键元素构成。开头部分需要记录会议的时间地点、会议主持人、出勤缺席情况等等;正文部分则相当考究,除了对本次的会议主题、内容、决议和涉及的其他事宜进行记录,还需要对前次和下次的会议内容进行概括和准备;结尾部分则需要记录休会的时间和主持人、记录者的签名。会议记录看似简单,好像只需要按照模板进行“填鸭式”的操作就能完成,其实也需要根据实际情况灵活改动。作为职场中的一项关键技能,会议记录不仅为商务助理、行政秘书等岗位所用,也能帮助与会者从容应对每一次会议,提升工作效率。今天的微课,就为大家带来Taking a Good Meeting Minutes,让我们一起学习如何做好会议记录。

英语中的语调单位

评价一个人的口语水平如何,大家都会想到“语音语调”,也就是Pronunciation and Intonation。前者是通过音标所记录的音素来确定每一个词的正确发音,不同的英语国家在很多词汇的发音上存在差异,但只要遵循同一类的发音规律,那么便不会存在原则上的问题。后者则是很多英语学习者的最困惑的地方:到底什么是语调,它如何能使我们的口语显得地道?语调语调简单讲就是“说话的腔调”,准确讲是一句话里“声调高低、抑扬轻重的配制和变化”。英语有五种基本语调:升调(↗)、降调(↙)、升降调(∧)、降升调(∨)以及平调(→)。一句话的意义不仅仅通过词义得以表达,还需要语调的协助,表示出说话者的态度和语气。如祈使句“Do not touch the pot.”、疑问句“Did you touch the pot?”和肯定句“You did not touch the pot.”除了语义上的差异,还展现出了完全不同的说话者态度,再来回味一下这三句话是怎么读的,就不难发现语调的重要性了。语调单位要充分理解语调这一概念,那么就要了解什么是“语调单位”(Intonation Unit)。语调单位又称作语调群,是语言中语调的基本单位。一个语调单位通常相当于一个意群,由一个重读音节和若干个非重读音节组成。每个语调单位中至少有一个是响亮音,最响亮的高峰音便是语调单位的核心(nucleus),一旦越过这个“高峰”,音调便开始变化。语调单位通常由几个词组成,而完整的语调单位由四个部分组成:调冠、调头、调核和调尾。讲到这里,不少人已经被这些生疏的概念吓跑了。但其实语调一点都不枯燥,它是一句话悦耳动听的基础,也是所谓“语感”的核心所在,蕴含着语言的“灵魂”。今天我们就将为大家带来微课Intonation Units of English,从基础入手,结合实例分析,感受英语语调的魅力。

如何介绍产品,以口红为例

小小一支口红,在女性心中的地位不输一只精美的包包,或是一件新潮的时装。口红的存在,让迷人的色彩驻足于唇齿之间,也让世人看见了人类爱美的天性是如何改变着整个世界:在一涂一抹之间,支撑的可是金额数以亿计的化妆品行业。口红并不是现代社会的产物。早在公元前5000年,苏美尔人便已开始使用带色的矿物和植物色素涂抹在脸颊和嘴唇上,以达到美容的目的。我国女性使用口红的历史也十分悠久,在唐朝,贵族妇女使用檀色注唇,这一化妆术沿用至后世的各个朝代。但说到现代口红的兴起,则仅仅是过去一百年中的事情。1915年,美国人Maurice Levy发明了世界上第一支金属管口红,小巧的外形和便携的特性为口红的流行奠定了基础。之后发生的事情,想必大家都能归纳出来:不同品牌、不同色号、不同质地的口红争奇斗艳,唇彩、唇釉、唇棒等不同口红形态也应运而生。然而,就是这么一支精致小巧的口红,蕴含着不少的学问。从使用角度来说,有打底、上色、卸妆等步骤;从挑选口红来说,除了选择自己心仪的品牌和种类,还要在色号上大动脑筋:什么颜色适合自己的肤色,什么颜色搭配什么类型的妆容、服饰、场合等等等等。因此尽管“网购”“代购”盛行,但挑选口红,消费者还是会到柜台进行试色,请教专柜小姐帮助自己选择。正因如此,化妆品柜台的服务员除了充分了解产品的特性,还需要具备专业的化妆能力,才能为顾客挑选最好的搭配方案,而口红便是其中非常关键的一环。今天的微课就将为大家介绍如何用英语介绍口红,从而扩展到如何介绍各类产品,以小见大,拓展语言的能力。

练习 | 科学美国人60秒:木星卫星总数增加

燕山大学 刘立军 编写 TRANSCRIPTThis is Scientific American - 60-Second Science. I'm Steve Mirsky.How many moons does Jupiter have? If you said four, you might be Galileo. If you said 69, you were right. Until the announcement this morning by the International Astronomical Union of the discovery of an additional 10 moons about the gas-giant planet. Bringing the currently known total to 79. That's a lot of moons.A research team from the Carnegie Institution for Science, the University of Hawaii and Northern Arizona University was looking in 2017 for very distant objects in our solar system, well beyond Pluto. Jupiter happened to be in the same field of view, so they also looked for any as yet unknown moons. They found 12, two of which were announced last year. Confirmation of the moons required multiple observations, and those data enabled a calculation of the moons' orbits.Nine of the dozen moons are well away from Jupiter and have retrograde orbits, meaning they go around the planet in what we'd think of as the "wrong direction". They take about two Earth years to complete their circuits.Two new moons are closer in, go the right way, and take about an Earth year for one orbit. Those eleven moons are probably remnants of larger bodies that got broken up in collisions.The remaining moon is less than a kilometer across, further out than the two conventional moons and has a 1.5-year orbit - and the orbit is inclined. That tilt has the weird little moon crossing the paths of those outer retrograde moons. Which means an increased likelihood of a big smash-up one day.Depending on what survives from any such collision, Jupiter may then have even more moons. Or a couple of fewer.For Scientific American - 60-Second Science. I'm Steve Mirsky.Adapted from http://www.kekenet.com/broadcast/201901/577125.shtml VOCABULARY1. moon n. (可数名词) a natural satellite that moves around a planet other than the earth 卫星。例如:How many moons does Jupiter have? 木星有多少颗卫星?2. Jupiter n. the largest planet of the solar system, fifth in order of distance from the sun 木星(太阳系中最大的行星)3. Pluto n. one of a number of round objects in space that go around the sun but are not as large as planets 冥王星4. retrograde adj. (formal, disapproving) (of an action 行为) making a situation worse or returning to how sth. was in the past 倒退的;退化的;退步的。例如:The closure of the factory is a retrograde step. 工厂的关闭是一大退步。5. circuit n. a line, route, or journey around a place 环行;环行路线。例如: The race ended with eight laps of a city centre circuit. 比赛以环绕城中心跑八圈结束。 The earth takes a year to make a circuit of (= go around) the sun. 地球绕太阳运行一周需要一年的时间。6. remnant n. (常用复数) a part of sth. that is left after the other parts have been used, removed, destroyed, etc. 残余部分;剩余部分。(同义词) remains 例如:The woods are remnants of a huge forest which once covered the whole area. 这片树林只是剩下的一部分,原来这一带是一大片森林。7. tilt n. a position in which one end or side of sth. is higher than the other; an act of tilting sth. to one side 倾斜;倾侧。例如: The table is at a slight tilt. 这桌子有点儿歪。 He answered with a tilt of his head. 他歪着头回答。8. weird adj. very strange or unusual and difficult to explain 奇异的;不寻常的;怪诞的。例如: a weird dream离奇的梦 She's a really weird girl. 她真是个古怪的女孩。 He's got some weird ideas. 他有些怪念头。 It's really weird seeing yourself on television. 看到自己上了电视感觉怪怪的。 the weird and wonderful creatures that live beneath the sea奇异美丽的海底生物 QUESTIONSListen to the news and choose the best answer to each question you hear.(Q1) How many moons does Jupiter have?(A) 4.(B) 10.(C) 69.(D) 79.(Q2) How many moons did the research team find in 2017 in our solar system?(A) 12.(B) 11.(C) 9.(D) 2.(Q3) How many moons are probably remains of larger bodies that broke up in collisions?(A) 9.(B) 10.(C) 11.(D) 12. KEY(Q1) D。细节题。命题出处:How many moons does Jupiter have? If you said four, you might be Galileo. If you said 69, you were right. Until the announcement this morning by the International Astronomical Union of the discovery of an additional 10 moons about the gas-giant planet. Bringing the currently known total to 79. That's a lot of moons.(Q2) A。细节题。命题出处:A research team from the Carnegie Institution for Science, the University of Hawaii and Northern Arizona University was looking in 2017 for very distant objects in our solar system, well beyond Pluto. Jupiter happened to be in the same field of view, so they also looked for any as yet unknown moons. They found 12, two of which were announced last year.(Q3) C。细节题。命题出处:Two new moons are closer in, go the right way, and take about an Earth year for one orbit. Those eleven moons are probably remnants of larger bodies that got broken up in collisions.

练习 | VOA慢速:实现目标的方法

燕山大学 刘立军 编写 TRANSCRIPTFrom VOA Learning English, this is the Health and Lifestyle report.If you are like millions of people around the world, the New Year brings with it new goals.Perhaps you want to save money, lose weight or learn a new skill. You tell yourself, "This is the year I'm going to ... (fill in the blank)."But then you get busy.Your daily life - as wonderful as it can be - takes up all of your time. Before you know it, weeks, then months have gone by, and you are no closer to your goal.Time, as they say, waits for no one.Yet your goal remains important. And achieving a goal, no matter how small, feels good. In addition, when we do not work on our goals, we may end up feeling guilty or not successful.So, how can we find time to work on these larger life goals?Well, many websites address this issue, and they offer some of the same advice: If you want to achieve something, clearly identify it and write it down. Identify specific goalsAs you identify your goals, be specific. If a goal is too general, it may be hard to pursue, let alone achieve it.Let's say your goal is to get in better physical shape. That's a fine idea - but psychologists might say as a goal, it is too general. To make the goal more specific, you could sign up for a regular exercise class. So, whether you are dancing, doing yoga or kickboxing, you have a regular commitment every week. You could also say your goal is to lose a certain amount of weight in a certain amount of time. Write your goals downExperts say writing down your goal is a very important step. It gets the goal out of your brain and into the real world.Some psychologists suggest that writing a goal on paper is better than typing it on a device or saying it into your phone. Your brain receives information differently when it comes from handwriting. Writing things down seems to say to the brain, "I am important! Remember me!" Writing has another benefit: You can post your goal somewhere as a reminder. As you sit down at your computer or pour your morning coffee, your goal stares you in the face and asks, "What are you going to do about me today?" Tell a friendTelling someone your goal is also helpful.If someone else knows about your goals, you are held accountable for any progress or lack of progress. Your friend might ask, "So, how many pages of your novel have you written?" If you keep saying "none," you might feel badly. Now you feel a pressure to do it - the pressure of your friend's opinion of you. And that can be a big pressure! Many people do not want to let others down, especially friends and family. Break down BIG goals into small onesNot all goals are created equal. Some can be quite big. And for those bigger goals, experts suggest breaking them down into smaller ones.So, let's say you want to work for yourself. You love cooking. So, you decide to start your own company that supplies food for special events. Now, that is a very big goal. But it is made up of many smaller goals. So, identify them, write them down and set for yourself time limits.These suggestions all help to make your goals real. If you simply think about your goals, they can easily get lost in your brain - which, after all, has a lot to do in a day.Other experts remind us of another detail as we set our goals for the New Year: The goals may change. Or your life situation may change. Or you may change. So, it is a good idea to check in with yourself. Is this goal still what you want? Is your approach still working? If things are not proceeding forward, perhaps you need to change something.One expert, Ryder Carroll, helps people organize their life's goals by using a simple notebook. He suggests thinking about your goals not as a final destination, but rather as lighthouses guiding you along.It is the pursuit of your goals - not the reaching of them - that makes up the weeks, days and hours of our lives. So make sure to have fun along the way!And that's the Health and Lifestyle report. I'm Anna Matteo. And I'm Bryan Lynn.Adapted from http://www.kekenet.com/broadcast/201901/577782.shtml VOCABULARY1. end up: to find yourself in a place or situation that you did not intend or expect to be in 最终成为;最后处于。例如:If you go on like this you'll end up in prison. 如果你继续这样,早晚得进监狱。用法:[+ -ing 短语] I ended up doing all the work myself. 结果所有的活儿都是我一个人干了。[+ 形容词] If he carries on driving like that, he'll end up dead. 如果他继续这样开车,总有一天会把命都丢掉。2. address v. (formal) to think about a problem or a situation and decide how you are going to dealwith it 设法解决;处理;对付。例如:Your essay does not address the real issues. 你的论文没有论证实质问题。We must address ourselves to the problem of traffic pollution. 我们必须设法解决交通污染问题。3. identify v. to find or discover sb. /sth. 找到;发现。用法:[动词 + 名词短语] 例如:Scientists have identified a link between diet and cancer. 科学家发现了饮食与癌症之间的关联。As yet they have not identified a buyer for the company. 迄今为止他们还没有为公司找到买主。[动词 + wh-从句] 例如:They are trying to identify what is wrong with the present system. 他们正试图弄清现行制度的弊端所在。[动词 + 名词短语] ~ sb. /sth. (as sb./sth.) to make it possible to recognize who or what sb. / sth. is 显示;说明身份。例如:In many cases, the clothes people wear identify them as belonging to a particular social class. 很多情况下,人们的穿着显示出他们的社会阶级。4. kickboxing n. 跆拳道5. commitment n. [不可数名词, 可数名词] ~ (of sth.) (to sth.) agreeing to use money, time or people in order to achieve sth.(资金、时间、人力的)花费,使用。例如:the commitment of resources to education对教育的资源投入Achieving success at this level requires a commitment of time and energy. 取得这种水平的成就需要花费时间和精力。6. let sb. down: to fail to help or support sb. as they had hoped or expected 不能帮助,不能支持 (某人);使失望。例如:I'm afraid she let us down badly. 很遗憾,她让我们大失所望。This machine won't let you down. 你尽管放心,这台机器不会出毛病。He trudged home feeling lonely and let down. 他步履艰难地往家走,感到孤独而沮丧。 QUESTIONSRead the statements. Then listen to the news and check the true (ü) or false (û) statements. 1. If a goal is too general, it may be easy to pursue. 2. Experts say writing down your goal is a very important step. 3. Some psychologists suggest that writing a goal on paper is not necessarily better than typing it on a device or saying it into your phone. 4. Telling someone your goal is also helpful. 5. For those bigger goals, experts suggest breaking them down into smaller ones. 6. Other experts remind us that the goals may change as we set our goals for the New Year. 7. Ryder Carroll helps people organize their life's goals by using a simple notebook. 8. Ryder Carroll suggests thinking about your goals not as a final destination, but rather as lighthouses guiding you along. 9. It is the reaching of your goals that makes up the weeks, days and hours of our lives. KEYRead the statements. Then listen to the news and check the true (ü) or false (û) statements.û 1. If a goal is too general, it may be easy to pursue. 正确表达:If a goal is too general, it may be hard to pursue, let alone achieve it.ü 2. Experts say writing down your goal is a very important step.û 3. Some psychologists suggest that writing a goal on paper is not necessarily better than typing it on a device or saying it into your phone. 正确表达:Some psychologists suggest that writing a goal on paper is better than typing it on a device or saying it into your phone.ü 4. Telling someone your goal is also helpful.ü 5. For those bigger goals, experts suggest breaking them down into smaller ones.ü 6. Other experts remind us that the goals may change as we set our goals for the New Year.ü 7. Ryder Carroll helps people organize their life's goals by using a simple notebook.ü 8. Ryder Carroll suggests thinking about your goals not as a final destination, but rather as lighthouses guiding you along.û 9. It is the reaching of your goals that makes up the weeks, days and hours of our lives. 正确表达:It is the pursuit of your goals - not the reaching of them - that makes up the weeks, days and hours of our lives.

练习 | VOA慢速:特朗普同意暂停政府停摆三周

燕山大学 刘立军 编写 TRANSCRIPTU.S. President Donald Trump said that he has reached a deal with Congressional leaders to reopen the government for three weeks.The deal to end the 35-day partial government shutdown does not include Trump's demand of $5.7 billion to build a wall at the country's southern border with Mexico.But in his speech Friday, Trump said if talks on border security fail to produce a "powerful wall or steel barrier," he would shut down the government again on February 15 or declare a national emergency to build one.House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and other Democrats have repeatedly called for Trump to reopen the government before lawmakers negotiate the issue of border security.The announcement came as the effects of the longest shutdown in American history were spreading across the nation.In New York, airplanes were being delayed at least 90 minutes. The government reported that the delay was caused by a small increase in sick leave from air traffic controllers in centers in Florida and Washington, D.C. The workers are among the 800,000 federal employees who have not been getting paid during the shutdown.Officials added that many airport security screeners were not reporting to work because of financial stresses.At the Internal Revenue Service, less than half of the recalled workers reported to work. The Trump administration had called back workers to deal with the increase in tax filing activities.In a video message, the director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Christopher Wray, said he was about as angry as I've been in a long, long time. Wray called the shutdown "short-sighted" and "unfair." He added that all FBI workers were feeling financial stresses from the shutdown.Adapted from http://www.kekenet.com/broadcast/201901/577582.shtml VOCABULARY1. shutdown n. the act of closing a factory or business or stopping a large machine from working, either temporarily or permanently 停业;停工;关闭;倒闭;停止运转。例如: factory shutdowns工厂的倒闭 the nuclear reactor's emergency shutdown procedures核反应堆的紧急关闭程序2. recalled workers被召回的工人 QUESTIONSListen to the news and choose the best answer to each question you hear.(Q1) How long did Donald Trump agree to reopen the government?(A) Three weeks.(B) 35 days.(C) 25 days.(D) 15 days.(Q2) According to Trump’s speech, what would he do if the talks on border security fail?(A) He would absolutely shut down the government again.(B) He would shut down the government again or declare a national emergency.(C) He would absolutely declare a national emergency.(D) He would refuse to have any further talks with the Congressional leaders.(Q3) Which of the following statements is FALSE about the effects of the longest shutdown?(A) In New York, airplanes were being delayed at least 90 minutes.(B) Many airport security screeners were not reporting to work because of financial stresses.(C) At the Internal Revenue Service, more than half of the recalled workers reported to work.(D) Christopher Wray called the shutdown "short-sighted" and "unfair." KEY(Q1) A。细节题。命题出处:U.S. President Donald Trump said that he has reached a deal with Congressional leaders to reopen the government for three weeks.(Q2) B。细节题。命题出处:But in his speech Friday, Trump said if talks on border security fail to produce a "powerful wall or steel barrier," he would shut down the government again on February 15 or declare a national emergency to build one.(Q3) C。推断题。命题出处:(A) In New York, airplanes were being delayed at least 90 minutes. (B) Officials added that many airport security screeners were not reporting to work because of financial stresses. (C) At the Internal Revenue Service, less than half of the recalled workers reported to work. (D) In a video message, the director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Christopher Wray, said he was about as angry as I've been in a long, long time. Wray called the shutdown "short-sighted" and "unfair." He added that all FBI workers were feeling financial stresses from the shutdown.

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