The reading/passage and the listening/lecture both talk about Topic/Subject. However, the speaker/lecturer/professor considers/thinks that what the reading/passage suggests is quite/very/pretty different from the ideas in the listening and even erroneous/misleading when compared to the reality.
First/To start with/To begin with, in the reading/passage, it is said that 阅读观点1. In contrast, the listening/lecturer/professor holds a view that 听力反驳观点1. That is, 听力论证细节. This directly contradicts what the reading/passage/author indicates.
Second/On the other hand/Next, the passage/reading/author asserts/claims that 阅读观点2. However, the professor/speaker/lecturer/listening maintains an opposite opinion that 听力反驳观点2. To state it more clearly, 听力论证细节. This is another part where the listening/speaker/lecturer/professor contravenes the argument in the reading.
Third/Finally/At last, the author of reading passage believes that 阅读观点3, but the professor disagrees with/ refutes/rejects such idea by pointing out that 听力反驳观点3. 听力论证细节. Therefore/As a result/Consequently, the last opinion in the reading is kind of wrong again.