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   And finally, the dumbest generation and if you are watching this webcast, that apparently means you. At least that is a theory of a professor of English at Emory University who’s written a book which basically argues that the internet is making people stupid.

   I am Mark Bauerlain, professor of English at Emory University. The book has a provocative title, the dumbest generation. How the digital age stupefies young Americans and jeopardize our future? Recent years though I have begun to look at youth culture, youth knowledge, youth academic achievements and what has come up? One more, is the things don’t look good. Young people today enjoy more and more digital connections, more screen time than ever before. And one of the facts is that they are steadily disengaging from the traditional contents, the liberal arts. One of the things we measured was how much people read literature and how much they read books in general.

   And first time we did the study was in 1982. At that time young people formed the most active reading group. And we did it again in 2002. They were the least active. Only about half of them ever read a book. On the round it is not assigned for school, it is not  assigned in a work place. They simply don’t care. The internet is extraordinary, it is miraculous, too awful tool for knowledge and information. But the fact is, that is not what the internet means to the average 16-year-old. The internet does provide more intense form of contact with other 16-year-olds.

  You know I do often tell my students: read more books, please read more books in your leisure time. Unplugged for just an hour or two per day. And I urge them, and they generally just laugh at me. Some of them may feel that I come down to them too hard. But they know deep down that this is right.

[ 本帖最后由 danniawu 于 2008-6-10 12:17 编辑 ]

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And finally, the dumbest generation. And if you are watching this webcast, that apparently means you. At least that’s a theory of a professor of English at Emory University who’s written a book which basically argues that the Internet is making people stupid.

 

I’m Mark Bauerlein, professor of English at Emory University. The book has a provocative title, it’s the Dumbest Generation: How the Digital Age Stupefies Young Americans and Jeopardizes Our Future.

 

Recent years though, I have begun to look at youth culture, youth knowledge, youth academic achievements, and what has come up, more and more, is that things don’t look good. Young people today enjoy more and more digital connections, more screen time than ever before and one of the effects of that is that they are steadily disengaging from the traditional contents ,eh, the liberal arts.

 

One of the things we measured was how much people read literature, and how much they read books in general. And the first time we did the study was in 1982, and at that time, young people form the most active reading group. When we did it again in 2002, they were the least active. Only about half of them ever read a book on their own. If it's not assigned for school, if it's not assigned in the workplace, they simply don’t care. The Internet is extraordinary, it is a miraculous tool for knowledge and information, but the fact is that is not what the Internet means to the average sixteen-year-old. What the Internet does is provide a more intense form of contact with other sixteen-year-olds.

 

You know, I do often tell my students read more books. Please, read more books in your leisure time, unplug for just an hour or two per day. I urge them, and they, they generally just laugh at me. Some of them may feel that I come down on them too hard, but they know deep down that this is right.

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homework Finally, the dumbest generation. And if you are watching this webcast, that apparently means you. At least that’s a theory of a professor of English at Emory University who’s written a book which basically argues that the Internet is making people stupid. I’m Mark Bauerlein, professor of English at Emory University. The book has a provocative title, it’s the Dumbest Generation: How the Digital Age Stupefies Young Americans and Jeopardizes Our Future. Recent years though, I have begun to look at youth culture, youth knowledge, youth academic achievements, and what has come up, more and more, is that things don’t look good. Young people today enjoy more and more digital connections, more screen time than ever before and one of the effects of that is that they are steadily disengaging from the traditional contents ,eh, the liberal arts. One of the things we measured was how much people read literature, and how much they read books in general. And the first time we did the study was in 1982, and at that time, young people formed the most active reading group. When we did it again in 2002, they were the least active. Only about half of them ever read a book on their own. If it's not assigned for school, if it's not assigned in the workplace, they simply don’t care. The Internet is extraordinary, it is a miraculous tool for knowledge and information, but the fact is that is not what the Internet means to the average sixteen-year-old. What the Internet does is provide a more intense form of contact with other sixteen-year-olds. You know, I do often tell my students read more books. Please, read more books in your leisure time, unplug for just an hour or two per day. I urged them, and they, they generally just laugh at me. Some of them may feel that I come down on them too hard, but they know deep down that this is right.
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And finally, the dumbest generation and if you are watching this web-cast that apparently means you. At least that’s a theory of a professor of English at Emory University who’s written a book which basically argues that the Internet is making people stupid.

 

I’m Mark Bauerlein, professor of English at Emory University. The book has a provocative title, it’s the Dumbest Generation, how the Digital Age Stupefies Young Americans and Jeopardizes Our Future.

 

Recent years though, I have begun to look at youth culture, youth knowledge, youth academic achievements, and what has come up, more and more, is that things don’t look good. Young people today enjoy more and more digital connections, more screen time than ever before and one of the effects of that is that they are steadily disengaging from the traditional contents ,eh, the liberal arts.

 

One of the things we measured was how much people read literature and how much they read books in general. And the first time we did the study was in 1982, and at that time, young people form the most active reading group. When we did it again in 2002, they were the least active. Only about half of them ever read a book on their own. If it's not assigned for school, if it's not assigned in the workplace, they simply don’t care. The Internet is extraordinary, it is a miraculous tool for knowledge and information, but the fact is that is not what the Internet means to the average sixteen-year-old. What the Internet does is provide a more intense form of contact with other sixteen-year-olds.

 

You know, I do often tell my students read more books, please read more books in your leisure time, unplug for just an hour or two per day. I urge them, and they, they generally just laugh at me. Some of them may feel that I come down on them too hard, but they know deep down that this is right.

 

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And finally the Dumbest Generation, and if you are watching this web cast, that apparently it means you. At least, that's a theory of a professor of English, Amery University, who's written a book, which basically *using that internet is making people stupid. "I'm Art Barroline, professor of English, at Amery University. The book has a provocative title. It's the dumbest generation. How the digital age stupefies young Americans and jeopardizes all their future. Recent years, though I had begun to look at youth culture, youth knowledge, youth academic achievements and what have come up. One more, is the things don't look good. Young people today are enjoying more and more digital connections, more screen time than ever before. And one of the effects of that is that they are steadily disengaging from the traditional contents of the liberal arts. One of the things we measured was how much people read literature and how much they read books in general. And the first time we did this study was in 1982. At that time, young people form the most active reading group. When we did it again in 2002, they were the least active, only about half of them ever read a book on their own. It's not assigns from school. It's not assigns in the work place. They simply don't care. The Internet is extraordinary. It is miraculous tool for knowledge and information. But the fact is, that is not what the Internet means to the average sixteen-year-old. What the Internet does is to provide a more intense firm contact with other sixteen-year-olds. You know, I do often tell my students: read more books, please read more books in your leisure time, unplugged for just an hour or two per day. I,er, I urged them and they, they * just laughed at me. some of them made me feel that I come down with them too hard, but they know deep down that this is right."

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And finally the Dumbest Generation, and if you are watching this web cast, that apparently it means you. At least, that's a theory of a professor of English, Amery University, who's written a book, which basically *using that internet is making people stupid. "I'm Art Barroline, professor of English, at Amery University. The book has a provocative title. It's the dumbest generation. How the digital age stupefies young Americans and jeopardizes all their future. Recent years, though I had begun to look at youth culture, youth knowledge, youth academic achievements and what have come up. One more, is the things don't look good. Young people today are enjoying more and more digital connections, more screen time than ever before. And one of the effects of that is that they are steadily disengaging from the traditional contents of the liberal arts. One of the things we measured was how much people read literature and how much they read books in general. And the first time we did this study was in 1982. At that time, young people form the most active reading group. When we did it again in 2002, they were the least active, only about half of them ever read a book on their own. It's not assigns from school. It's not assigns in the work place. They simply don't care. The Internet is extraordinary. It is miraculous tool for knowledge and information. But the fact is, that is not what the Internet means to the average sixteen-year-old. What the Internet does is to provide a more intense firm contact with other sixteen-year-olds. You know, I do often tell my students: read more books, please read more books in your leisure time, unplugged for just an hour or two per day. I,er, I urged them and they, they * just laughed at me. some of them made me feel that I come down with them too hard, but they know deep down that this is right."

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And finally the dumbest generation. And if you are watching this webcast, that apparently means you. At least that’s the theory of a professor of English at Ammery Univerity who is wrting a book which basically argues that the internet is making people stupid. I’m Mark Bellen, Professor of English, at Ammery University. The book has a provocative title. It’s the dumbest generation. How the digital age stupefies young Americans and jeopardizes our future. Recent years, though I have began to look at Youth culture, youth knowledge, youth academic achievements and what have come up? More and more is the things don’t look good. Young people today enjoy more and more digital connections, more screen time than ever before. And one of the result of that is they are steadily disengaging from the conditional contents of liberal arts. One of the things we measured was how much people read literature and how much they read books in general. And the first time we did this was in 1982, at that time, young people formed the most active reading group. When we did it again in 2002, they were the least active, only about half of them ever read a book on their own. If it is not an assign in school, or their workplace, they simply don’t care. The internet is extraordinary. It is miraculous tool for knowledge and information. But the fact is that’s not what the internet means to the average 16 year old. The internet does provide a more intense form of contact with other 16 year olds. You know, I do often tell my students, read more books, read more books please in your leisure time. Unplug, just for an hour or two per day. I urge them. They normally just laugh at me making me feel I come down to them too hard. But they know deep down that this is right.
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And finally, the dumpest generation. And if you are watching this website, that apparently means you at least that's a theory of a professor of English at * univ. who is written a book which basically argues that the internet is making people stupid. I am Mark Balenlan, professor of english at * univ. and the book has a provocative title, it's the dumpest generation. How the digital age stupifies young americans and * the future. Recent years *, I have begun to look at youth culture, youth knowledge, youth academic achievements, and what has come up, more and more, is things don't look good. Young people today enjoy more and more digital connections, more screen time, than ever before and one of the effects of that is that they are steadily disengaging from the traditional contents of the *. One of the things we measured was how much people read literature and how much they read books in general. And the first time we did was in 1982, at that time, young people formed the most active reading group, when we did it again in 2002, they were the least active. Only about half of them ever read a book on their own. It was not assigned for school, it was not assigned in the workplace, they simply don't care. The internet is extraordinary, it is a * tool for knowledge and information, but the fact is that is not what the internet means to the average 16 year old. what the internet does is provide a more intense form of contact with other 16 year old. You know I do often tell my students read more books. Please read more books in your leisure time, unplug for just an hour or two per day. I urge them, and they generally just laugh at me. Some of them may feel that I * at them too hard, but know deep down that this is right.
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  And finally, the dumbest generation. And if you are watching this webcast, that apparently means you. At least that's a theory of a professor of English at Emory University who's written a book which basically argues that the Internet is making people stupid.

 

  I'm Mark Bauerlein, professor of English at Emory University. The book has a provocative title, it's the Dumbest Generation: How the Digital Age Stupefies Young Americans and Jeopardizes Our Future.

 

  Recent years though, I have begun to look at youth culture, youth knowledge, youth academic achievements, and what has come up, more and more, is that things don't look good. Young people today enjoy more and more digital connections, more screen time than ever before and one of the effects of that is that they are steadily disengaging from the traditional contents ,eh, the liberal arts.

 

  One of the things we measured was how much people read literature, and how much they read books in general. And the first time we did the study was in 1982, and at that time, young people formed the most active reading group. When we did it again in 2002, they were the least active. Only about half of them ever read a book on their own. If it's not assigned for school, if it's not assigned in the workplace, they simply don't care. The Internet is extraordinary, it is a miraculous tool for knowledge and information, but the fact is that is not what the Internet means to the average sixteen-year-old. What the Internet does is provide a more intense form of contact with other sixteen-year-olds.

 

  You know, I do often tell my students read more books. Please, read more books in your leisure time, unplug for just an hour or two per day. I urge them, and they, they generally just laugh at me. Some of them may feel that I come down on them too hard, but they know deep down that this is right.

[ 本帖最后由 happylulu_li 于 2008-6-12 18:25 编辑 ]

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And finally, the dumbest generation. If you are watching the web, that apparently means you, at least that theory by professor of English at * university who’s written the book, which is basically using the internet makes people stupid.

 

I’m Mark Caroline, professor of English at * university. The book has a provoked title, it’s for the dominant generation, how the digital age stupidize young people, and jeopardize our future. Recent years though, I have gone to look at * culture, * knowledge, and * academic achievements. And what has come up is,  one more, is that things don’t look good. Young people today enjoy more and more digital connections, more * time than ever before. And one of the effects of that is that they are steadily disengaging from the traditional content, *

 

One of these things we measured was how people read literature, and how much they read books in general. And the 1st time we did that study was in 1982. At that time, young people formed the most active reading group. And we did it again in 2002. They were the least active. Only about half of them every read a book on * . it’s not a sign for school. It’s not a sign in the workplace. They simply don’t care. * Iinternet is extraordinary, it’s more relax to form knowledge and information. But the fact is that is not what the internet means to the average 16-year-old. What the internet does is provide a more intense and formal context with our 16 years old.

 

You know, I do often tell my students, read more books, please read more books in you leisure time, unplug, put your hours to per day. I urge them and they * just laugh at me. They feel that I come down to them too hard. But they know they’ve done that, this is right.

 

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And finally the dumbest generation and if you are watching this webcast that apparently means you. At least that's a theory of a professor of English, / University, who's written a book which basically argue that the Internet is making people stupia.

 

I am Mark /, professor of  English at / University. And the book has a provocative title. It's the dumbest generation, how the digital age stupefies young Americans and jeopardizes our future. Recent years though I have gone to look at youth culture, youth knowledge, youth academic achievements and what has come up one more is the things don't look good. Young people today enjoy more and more digital connections. More screen time than ever before and one of the effects of that is that they are steadily disengaging from the traditional contents of the verbal lots.

 

One of the things we measured was how much people read literature and how much they read books in generally. And first time we did the study was in 1982. At that time young people formed the most active reading group. When we did it again in 2002, they were the least active. Only about half of them ever read a book on the run. It was not a sign for school, it was not a sign in workplace. They simply not care. The Internet is extra-ordinary. It's miraculous. To order for knowledge and information. But the fact is that is not what the Internet means to the average 16-year-old. What the Internet dose is provide a more intense form of contact with other 16-year-olds.

 

You know, I do often tell my students \read more books please, read more books in your leisure time. Unplug for just an hour or two per day. I urged them and they just laughed at me. Some of them may feel that I come down of them to heart. But they deep down that this is right.

 

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原帖由 jjmm 于 2008-6-8 11:56 PM 发表   想了想还是新给一个回复,这样可以看到整个过程。希望版主不会嫌我罗唆哦。   我刚才在网上查了一下,unplug有这种跟一段时间的用法。也就是说这词的意思应该可以不当做短暂动词来看而是当作持续性 ...

 

  哇塞,这位同志真是以德服人啊!举例相当D强大啊!佩服,佩服

原帖由 shanjason 于 2008-6-9 09:38 AM 发表   to JJMM: 这个form我听了多次,所以比较负责任地改成红色。 大家不妨多听几遍,看看是否有ed的音。   而我自己呢 就只听到m这个尾音。   to 北星: 一般现在时表过去这种用法很常见的,这里 ...

 

 

 

  嘿嘿,虽然已经是老贴了,还是发表以下自己的看法:

这里的form肯定有ed的发音,没办法,我耳塞质量太好,相当明显的ed。

 

至于一般现在时表过去呢我觉的是有D。

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