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早读英语精华本上册 20暂无文本 Article/200709/18086内江林教头纹绣哪家好I#39;m not going to go on with a big speech我不长篇大论big speech: 长篇大论 /201703/474307广安水光针美白嫩肤哪家哪里医院好今日短语:get away逃脱例句:I came to Singapore to get away from the problems in Hong Kong.我去新加坡是因为要逃离在香港的问题。 /201707/507169TEXT Beginning with the earliest pioneers, Americans have always highly valued their freedoms, and fought hard to protect them. And yet, the author points out that there is a basic freedom which Americans are in danger of losing. What is this endangered freedom? For what reasons could freedom-loving Americans possibly let this freedom slip away? And what-steps can they take to protect it — their fifth freedom? The Fifth Freedom by Seymour St. John More than three centuries ago a handful of pioneers crossed the ocean to Jamestown and Plymouth in search of freedoms they were unable to find in their own countries, the freedoms of we still cherish today: freedom from want, freedom from fear, freedom of speech, freedom of religion. Today the descendants of the early settlers, and those who have joined them since, are fighting to protect these freedoms at home and throughout the world. And yet there is a fifth freedom — basic to those four — that we are in danger of losing: the freedom to be one's best. St. Exupery describes a ragged, sensitive-faced Arab child, haunting the streets of a North African town, as a lost Mozart: he would never be trained or developed. Was he free? "No one grasped you by the shoulder while there was still time; and nought will awaken in you the sleeping poet or musician or astronomer that possibly inhabited you from the beginning." The freedom to be one's best is the chance for the development of each person to his highest power. How is it that we in America have begun to lose this freedom, and how can we regain it for our nation's youth? I believe it has started slipping away from us because of three misunderstandings. First, the misunderstanding of the meaning of democracy. The principal of a great Philadelphia high school is driven to cry for help in combating the notion that it is undemocratic to run a special program of studies for outstanding boys and girls. Again, when a good independent school in Memphis recently closed, some thoughtful citizens urged that it be taken over by the public school system and used for boys and girls of high ability, what it have entrance requirements and give an advanced program of studies to superior students who were interested and able to take it. The proposal was rejected because it was undemocratic! Thus, courses are geared to the middle of the class. The good student is unchallenged, bored. The loafer receives his passing grade. And the lack of an outstanding course for the outstanding student, the lack of a standard which a boy or girl must meet, passes for democracy. The second misunderstanding concerns what makes for happiness. The aims of our present-day culture are avowedly ease and material well-being: shorter hours; a shorter week; more return for less accomplishment; more softsoap excuses and fewer honest, realistic demands. In our schools this is reflected by the vanishing hickory stick and the emerging psychiatrist. The hickory stick had its faults, and the psychiatrist has his strengths. But hickory stick had its faults, and the psychiatrist has his strengths. But the trend is clear. Tout comprendre c'est tout pardoner (To understand everything is to excuse everything). Do we really believe that our softening standards bring happiness? Is it our sound and considered judgment that the tougher subjects of the classics and mathematics should be thrown aside, as suggested by some educators, for doll-playing? Small wonder that Charles Malik, Lebanese delegate at the U.N., writes: "There is in the West" (in the ed States) "a general weakening of moral fiber. (Our) leadership does not seem to be adequate to the unprecedented challenges of the age." The last misunderstanding is in the area of values. Here are some of the most influential tenets of teacher education over the past fifty years: there is no eternal truth; there is no absolute moral law; there is no God. Yet all of history has taught us that the denial of these ultimates, the placement of man or state at the core of the universe, results in a paralyzing mass selfishness; and the first signs of it are aly frighteningly evident. Arnold Toynbee has said that all progress, all development come from challenge and a consequent response. Without challenge there is no response, no development, no freedom. So first we owe to our children the most demanding, challenging curriculum that is within their capabilities. Michelangelo did not learn to paint by spending his time doodling. Mozart was not an accomplished pianist at the age of eight as the result or spending his days in front of a television set. Like Eve Curie, like Helen Keller, they responded to the challenge of their lives by a disciplined training: and they gained a new freedom. The second opportunity we can give our boys and girls is the right to failure. "Freedom is not only a privilege, it is a test," writes De Nouy. What kind of a test is it, what kind of freedom where no one can fail? The day is past when the ed States can afford to give high school diplomas to all who sit through four years of instruction, regardless of whether any visible results can be discerned. We live in a narrowed world where we must be alert, awake to realism; and realism demands a standard which either must be met or result in failure. These are hard words, but they are brutally true. If we deprive our children of the right to fail we deprive them of their knowledge of the world as it is. Finally, we can expose our children to the best values we have found. By relating our lives to the evidences of the ages, by judging our philosophy in the light of values that history has proven truest, perhaps we shall be able to produce that "ringing message, full of content and truth, satisfying the mind, appealing to the heart, firing the will, a message on which one can stake his whole life." This is the message that could mean joy and strength and leadership — freedom as opposed to serfdom. Article/200802/26357成都/靓丽纹饰纹绣纹眉价格

海东市做眉毛的画法多少钱成都环亚纹绣绣眉飘眉多少钱每日一句口语:If you are passionate about something, pursue it, no matter what anyone else thinks.That#39;s how dreams are achieved。如果你想要什么,那就勇敢地去追求,不要管别人是怎么想的,因为这就是实现梦想的方式。【知识点讲解】passionate about 热爱例句:A woman who is passionate about life and work!一个热爱生活也热爱工作的女人! /201603/429306THE REAL PRINCESSThere was once a Prince who wished to marry a Princess; but then she must be areal Princess. He travelled all over the world in hopes of finding such alady; but there was always something wrong. Princesses he found in plenty; butwhether they were real Princesses it was impossible for him to decide, for nowone thing, now another, seemed to him not quite right about the ladies. Atlast he returned to his palace quite cast down, because he wished so much tohave a real Princess for his wife.One evening a fearful tempest arose, it thundered and lightened, and the rainpoured down from the sky in torrents: besides, it was as dark as pitch. All atonce there was heard a violent knocking at the door, and the old King, thePrince's father, went out himself to open it.It was a Princess who was standing outside the door. What with the rain andthe wind, she was in a sad condition; the water trickled down from her hair,and her clothes clung to her body. She said she was a real Princess."Ah! we shall soon see that!" thought the old Queen-mother; however, she saidnot a word of what she was going to do; but went quietly into the bedroom,took all the bed-clothes off the bed, and put three little peas on thebedstead. She then laid twenty mattresses one upon another over the threepeas, and put twenty feather beds over the mattresses.Upon this bed the Princess was to pass the night.The next morning she was asked how she had slept. "Oh, very badly indeed!" shereplied. "I have scarcely closed my eyes the whole night through. I do notknow what was in my bed, but I had something hard under me, and am all overblack and blue. It has hurt me so much!"Now it was plain that the lady must be a real Princess, since she had beenable to feel the three little peas through the twenty mattresses and twentyfeather beds. None but a real Princess could have had such a delicate sense offeeling.The Prince accordingly made her his wife; being now convinced that he hadfound a real Princess. The three peas were however put into the cabinet ofcuriosities, where they are still to be seen, provided they are not lost.Wasn't this a lady of real delicacy? Article/200710/18301南充芭比化妆纹绣做纹绣多少钱I am gonna ace it tomorrow!明天一定考好!讲解:把考试;考好;在英文里有固定的用法, 叫 ace the test. 如果你把它说成了 I am gonna score high in the test next time 也可以, 但是就不够口语化。 /201511/409210成都美容整形医院韩式半永久化妆绣眉

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