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  • 难度: 使用次数:10 入库时间:2017-03-17
    来源: 河北省邢台市2016-2017学年高一下学期第一次月考英语试题.doc

    By high school,T.J.Ware was the most famous troublemaker in his town.Teachers Were afraid to see his name posted on their classroom lists for the next term.He wasn’t Very talkative,didn’t answer questions and got into lots of fights.

    In a weekend activity all the students at school had been invited to sign up sign up For ACE training,a program designed to have students become more active in their communities.T.J.was one of 405 students who signed up.

    At the start of the activity,T.J.didn’t readily join the discussion groups and he didn’t seem to have much to say.But slowly,the interactive(互动)games drew him in.The next day,T.J.was very active in all the activities.By the and of the activity,he had joined the Homeless Project team.He knew something about poverty.hunger and hopelessness.The other students on the team were impressed with his concern and ideas.They elected T.J.cochairman of the team

    A group of teachers were against the headmaster about T.J.Ware’s being elected cochairman.They reminded the principal.“The very first communitywide service project was to be a giant food Drive,organized by the Homeless Project team.He’ll probably steal half the food.” But Mr Coggs-All reminded them that the purpose of the ACE program was to uncover any positive passion(激情)that Students had.

    Two weeks later.T.J.and his friends led a group of 70 students in a drive to collect food.They Collected a school record:2,854 cans of food in just two hours and the food took care of needy families In the area for 75 days.The local newspaper covered the event with a full-page article the next day for his doing something great and leading a food drive.

    21.Why were teachers afraid to see T.J.Ware’s name on their lists?

    A.  Because he didn’t seem to have much to say.

    B.   Because he didn’t answer ant questions in class.

    C.  Because he just liked the interactive games.

    D.  Because he often made troubles and fought with others.

    22.Which of the following has nothing to do with T.J.Ware’s change?

    A.  T.J.signed u0 for ACE training.

    B.   A group of teachers were against his being elected co-chairman.

    C.  T.J.had joined the Homeless Project team by the end of the activity.

    D.  The headmaster agreed to let him be the co-chairman of the team.

    23.A group of teachers told the headmaster “He will probably steal half the food” to_______.

    A.  persuade the headmaster not to make T.J.leader of the team

    B.   let the headmaster know everything about T.J.Ware

    C.  show T.J.Ware’s hobby to the headmaster

    D.  uncover T.J.Ware’s positive passion in him

    24.What does the word “them” in Paragraph 4 probably refer to?

         A.Students.          B.Homeless people. C.The group of teachers.             D.T.J.Ware and his friends.

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:教育类阅读
  • 难度: 使用次数:3 入库时间:2017-03-12
    来源: 重庆市巴蜀中学2017届高三12月月考英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    School children are using mobile phone applications to do their homework, which seem to be increasing during summer vacations. But instead of blaming students for their behavior, we should say to too much homework. This is important because by using mobile phone applications to do their homework, students don’t add much to their knowledge, says an article in Guangzhou-based Yangcheng Evening News.

    Using mobile phone applications to do homework is no different from eopying from someone else’s work. This is the opinion of a vast majority of teachers. Students who seek cell phone apps help to do their homework will pay dearly during major exams when they cannot seek the help of such applications, the teachers say.

    The heavy load of homework Chinese students are burdened with, said to be the heaviest in the world, has led to the popularity of these applications.

    Senior high school students in China rarely go to bed before 11 pm. A report in Shanghai published in 2013 showed that students in the city on average spend 28.2 hours in class every week, the 9th highest among 65 countries and regions surveyed. Also, they spend an average of 13.8 hours a week doing homework, most in the world.

    There is no association between the amount of homework one does and the amount of knowledge one gathers. In fact, a research by Australian experts shows that the result is exactly the opposite: the more hours students spend doing homework, the less offective they will be in gaining know ledge.

    The United States is one of the countries where students do little homework, but that has not damaged the country’s academic status in the world.

    So, it’s time Chinese schools understood this fact and freed students of the unnecessary burden of homework.

    24What’s the writer’s attitude toward the students’ using mobile phone applications to do their homework?

    ASupporting    BUnderstanding   CScolding   DPraising

    25The cause of the students’ using mobile phone applications to do their homework is      .

    Athe heavy burden of homework    Bthe advance of modern technology

    Cthe pressure of the students’ parents   Dthe influence of other countries

    26What does the underlined phrase“pay dearly”mean?

    Abe rewarded   Bbe dismissed   Cprovide much money  Dsuffer a lot

    27Which of the following is probably the best title?

    AFree kids of the burden of homework

    BStop using mobile phones to do homework

    CSpend less time to gain much knowledge

    DImprove China’s academic status in the world

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:教育类阅读
  • 难度: 使用次数:4 入库时间:2017-02-24
    来源: 河南省南阳市第一中学2017届高三上学期第五次周考英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    Some children are natural-born bosses. They have a strong need to make decisions, manage their  environment, and lead rather than follow. Stephen Jackson, a Year One student, "operates under the  theory of what's mine is mine and what's yours is mine," says his mother."The other day I bought two new Star Wars light sabers (). Later, I saw Stephen with the two new ones while his brogher was  using the beat-up ones."      

    "Examine the extended family, and you'll probably find a bossy grandparent, aunt, uncle or cousin  in every generation. It't an inheritable trait," says Russell Barkley, a professor at the Medical University of South Carolina. Other children who may not be particularly bossy can gradually gain dominance when they sense their parents are weak, hesitant, or in disagreement with each other.      

    Whether it's inborn nature or developed character at work, too much control in the hands at the young isn't healthy for children or the family, Fear is at the root of a lot of bossy behavior, says family psychologist John Taylor. Children, he says in his book From Defiance to Cooperation, "have secret  feelings of weakness" and "a desire to feel safe." It's the parents' role to provide that protection.      

    When a "boss child" doesn't learn limits at home, the stage is set for a host of troubles outside the family. The overly willful and unbending child may have trouble obeying teachers or coaches, for example, or trouble keeping friends. It can be pretty lonely as the top dog if no one likes your bossy ways.      

    "I see more and more parents giving up their power," says Barkley, who has studied bossy behavior for more than 30 years."They bend too far because they don't want to be as strict as their own parents were. But they also feel less confident about their parenting skills. Their kids, in turn, feel more anxious."

    32. Bossy children like Stephen Jackson _____.

    A. make good decisions   B. show self-centeredness

    C. are very considerate    D. always think about other persons

    33. The underlined phrase "inheritable trait" in Paragraph 2 means _____.

    A. inborn nature      B. developed character

    C. accepted theory    D. particular environment

    34. The study on bossy behavior implies that parents _____.

    A. should give more power to their children 

    B. should be strict with their children 

    C. should bend before their children

    D. should not set limits for their children

    35. What is the passage mainly about?

    A. How bossy behavior can be controlled. 

    B. How we can get along with bossy children.

    C. What leads to children's bossy behavior. 

    D. What effect bossy behavior brings about.

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:教育类阅读
  • 难度: 使用次数:6 入库时间:2017-02-22
    来源: 河北省定州中学2017届高三(高补班)12月月考英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

            The Boy Made It!  One Sunday,Nicholas,a teenager,went skiing at Sugarloaf Mountain in MaineIn the early afternoon,when he was planning to go home,a fierce snowstorm swept into the areaUnable to see far,he accidentally turned off the pathBefore he knew it,Nicholas was lost,all alone!He didn’t have food,water,a phone,or other suppliesHe was getting colder by the minute

    Nicholas had no idea where he wasHe tried not to panicHe thought about all of the survival shows he had watched on TVIt was time to put the tips he had learned to use

    He decided to stop skiingThere was a better chance of someone finding him if he stayed putThe first thing he did was to find shelter from the freezing wind and snowIf he didn’t,his body temperature would get very low,which could quickly kill him

    Using his skis,Nicholas built a snow caveHe gathered a huge mass of snow and dug out a hole in the middleThen he piled branches on top of himself,like a blanket,to stay as warm as he could

    By that evening,Nicholas was really hungryHe ate snow and drank water from a nearby stream so that his body wouldn’t lose too much waterNot knowing how much longer he could last,Nicholas did the only thing he could—he huddled(蜷缩)in his cave and slept

    The next day,Nicholas went out to look for help,but he couldn’t find anyoneHe followed his tracks and returned to the snow cave,because without shelter,he could die that nightOn Tuesday,Nicholas went out again to find helpHe had walked for about a mile when a volunteer searcher found himAfter two days stuck in the snow,Nicholas was saved

    Nicholas might not have survived this snowstorm had it not been for TVHe had often watched Grylls’ survival show ----Man vsWild That’s where he learned the tips that saved his lifeIn each episode(一期节目) of Man vsWild, Grylls is abandoned in a wild area and has to find his way out

    When Grylls heard about Nicholas’ amazing deeds,he was super impressed that Nicholas had made it since he knew better than anyone how hard Nicholas had to work to stay alive

    20What happened to Nicholas one Sunday afternoon?

    A He got lost

    B He broke his skis

    C He hurt his eyes

    D He caught a cold

    21How did Nicholas keep himself warm?

    A He found a shelter

    B He lighted some branches

    C He kept on skiing

    D He built a snow cave

    22On Tuesday,Nicholas  

    A returned to his shelter safely

    B was saved by a searcher

    C got stuck in the snow

    D stayed where he was

    23Nicholas left Grylls a very deep impression because he  

    A did the right things in the dangerous situation

    B watched Grylls’ TV program regularly

    C created some tips for survival

    D was very hard-working

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:教育类阅读
  • 难度: 使用次数:3 入库时间:2017-02-20
    来源: 广西桂林市桂林中学2017届高三11月月考英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

       A junior at Loyola High School in Los Angeles, Adam Faze, 16, decided in October to organize a film festival. “I want to go to film school and work in the industry, but Loyola has nothing like that, which is strange because we’re right here in LA (a part of the city is Holly-wood where films are made),” he said. “So instead of sitting around and feeling unhappy, I decided to do something.”

       The school was unenthusiastic. “Every year, students approach me with many projects that are really difficult to carry out,” said Lance Ochsner, Adam’s adviser. “I thought it wouldn’t happen, but I gave him the go-ahead anyway.”

       Adam sent letters and made cold calls, and got no response. By January, he had little more than a single participant: Jordan Roberts, the father of a friend and a writer-director. Mr Roberts had agreed to serve as a festival judge.

       Then Adam looked through a catalogue for Loyola’s annual money-raising event and noticed that someone had donated two tickets to a Sony movie premiere(首映). That person turned out to be an Oscar campaigner. By working the connection, he managed to line up a festival speaker: Michael de Luca, a three-time Oscar nominee(被提名人)for producing films like “The Social Network”.

       “Adam’s energy, enthusiasm and fearlessness are infectious,” Mr De Luca wrote in an email. “I wish I had done this at my high school!” Adam got a local newspaper to write an article about Mr De Luca’s involvement, and that started a sponsorship.

       The Loyola Film Festival is set for Saturday and advertised as “the best in student film-making”. It will feature 72 films in four categories.

       But Adam is already focused on his next plan. In an email to a reporter, he wrote, “Could you mention that I’m still looking for a summer internship?”

    24. Why is Adam’s school Loyola strange in Adam’s opinion?

       A. A film festival will be held there

       B. There is nothing in the school

       C. Many horror films are made there

       D. There are few film activities there

    25. What was Lance Ochsner’s attitude towards Adam’s plan of organizing a film festival?

       A. Interested            B. Negative         C. Confident         D. Enthusiastic

    26. It can be inferred from the text that Mr De Luca ________.

       A. thought highly of Adam           B. missed his high school life

       C. made many films in his life         D. wrote an article about Adam

    27. What does the text mainly talk about?

       A. A strange high school in Los Angeles

       B. How a teen organized a film festival

       C. How to be a successful film organizer

       D. The best film festival in Los Angeles

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:教育类阅读
  • 难度: 使用次数:7 入库时间:2017-02-19
    来源: 广东省肇庆市2016-2017学年高一上学期期末考试英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    Todaywe are toldchildren don’t spend enough time in the fresh airMany of them are addicted to a screen either on a computer or a TVthey seem to be living in a virtual (虚拟的)worldThey have lost touch with nature

    But now 400 organizations in the UKfrom playgroups to the National Health Serviceare encouraging children to have somewild time”.They want kids to swap at least 30 minutes of watching TV or playing computer games for time playing outsideActivities such as building dens, climbing trees, rummaging for conkers and playing hide and seek are just some of the things kids can do. Even if they live in a citythey can go on adventures in the garden or the park

    Children often need a helping hand from mum and dadThey need to be shown what to do and where to goAndy Simpson from National Health Service says,“We want parents to see what this magical wonder product does for their kids developmentindependence and creativityby giving wild time a go”.

        So despite(尽管) the complicated world that young people grow up in nowit seems that going back to basics and experiencingnatures playgroundis what modern children needDavid Bond from Project Wild Thing says,“We need to make more space for wild time in childrens daily routinefreeing this generation of kids to have the sort of experiences that many of us took for granted”.

    This might sound a bit old fashioned to you or maybelike meit’s made you think about sticking on your bootsgetting outdoors and reliving your childhood. There’s no age limit on enjoying yourself!

    12. Children are encouraged to do the following activities except            

    Abuilding dens                     Bclimbing trees

    Cplaying hide and seek        Dwatching TV

    13. What is the best title of the text?

    AWild time for children          BBenefits of wild time

    CMore space for children     DAdventures of children

    14. According to Andy Simpsonwe know that ___________     

    Awild time is hard to design

    Bwild time is beneficial for children

    Cparents know the importance of wild time

    Dparents like keeping their children indoors

    15. The last paragraph suggests that ___________    

    Apeople like recalling the past        

    Bit is out of date to go outdoors

    Cit is too late for adults to enjoy nature  

    Dpeople at any age can enjoy wild time

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:教育类阅读
  • 难度: 使用次数:8 入库时间:2017-02-17
    来源: 甘肃省临洮县第二中学2016-2017学年高一上学期第三次月考英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    Students who say they never or hardly ever used dictionaries often speak English well but usually write poorly, because they make many mistakes.

        The students who use dictionaries most do not learn especially well either. The ones who look up every new word do not read fast. Therefore they do not have time to read much. Those who use small two-language dictionaries have the worst problems. Their dictionaries often give only one or two words as translations of English. But one English word often has many translations in a foreign language and one foreign word has many translations in English.

        The most successful students are those who use large college edition dictionaries with about 100,000 words but do not use them too often. When they are reading, these students first try to get the general idea and understand new words from the context. Then they reread and use the dictionary to look up only key words that they still do not understand. They use dictionaries more for writing. If they are not sure how to spell a word, or divide it into syllables (音节), they always use a dictionary. Also, if they think a noun might have an unusual plural form, they check these in a dictionary.

    11. The writer thinks that        .

       A. choose a good dictionary, and you’ll be successful in learning English

       B. dictionaries are not necessary to the students who learn English

       C. it is very important for students to use good dictionaries properly

       D. using dictionaries very often can’t help to improve writing

    12. According to the passage, which of the following is wrong?

        A. Dictionaries have little effect on learning to speak English.

       B. Whatever new words you meet while reading, never use dictionaries.

       C. Small two-language dictionaries have serious defects (缺陷).

       D. Reading something for the first time, you’d better not use dictionaries.

    13. When in the reading does the writer advise students to use a good dictionary?

       A. At the beginning of the reading              B. At the end of the reading

       C. During the first reading                 D. After the first reading

    14. This passage mainly tells us        .

       A. students shouldn’t use small two-language dictionaries

       B. what were the defects of small two-language dictionaries

       C. why students should use large college edition dictionaries

        D. what dictionary students should choose and how to use it

    15. Which is not mentioned in this passage?

       A. How to make good use of a dictionary.   B. When to use a dictionary.

       C. How to improve spoken English.           D. How to practise reading fast.

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:教育类阅读
  • 难度: 使用次数:3 入库时间:2017-02-15
    来源: 安徽省六安市第一中学2016-2017学年高二上学期周末检测英语试题(二) Word版含答案.doc

       Every man wants his son to be somewhat of a clone, not in features but in footsteps. As he grows you also age, and your ambitions become more unachievable. You begin to realize that your boy, in your footsteps, could probably accomplish what you hoped for. But footsteps can be muddied and they can go off in different directions.

    My son Jody has hated school since day one in kindergarten. Science projects waited until the last moment. Book reports weren’t written until the final threat.

    I’ve been a newspaperman all my adult life. My daughter is a university graduate working toward her master’s degree in English. But Jody? When he entered the tenth grade he became a “vo-tech” student(技校学生). They’re called “motorheads” by the rest of the student body.

    When a secretary in my office first called him “motorhead”, I was shocked. “Hey, he’s a good kid,” I wanted to say. “And smart, really.”

    I learned later that motorheads are, indeed, different. They usually have dirty hands and wear dirty work clothes. And they don’t often make school honor rolls(光荣榜).

    But being the parent of a motorhead is itself an experience in education. We who labor in clean shirts in offices don’t have the abilities that motorheads have. I began to learn this when I had my car crashed. The cost to repair it was estimated at $800. “Hey, I can fix it,” said Jody. I doubted it , but let him go ahead, for I had nothing to lose.

    My son ,with other motorheads, fixed the car. They got parts(零件)from a junkyard, and ability from vo-tech classes. The lost was $25 instead of $80.

    Since that first repair job, a broken air-conditioner, a non-functioning washer and a non-toasting toaster have been fixed. Neighbors and co-workers trust their car repairs to him.

    These kids are happiest when doing repairs. They joke and laugh and are living in their own relaxed world. And their minds are bright despite their dirty hands and clothes.

    I have learned a lot from my motorhead: publishers need printers, engineers need mechanics, and architects need builders. Most important, I have learned that fathers don’t need clones in footsteps or anywhere else.

    My son may never make the school honor roll. But he made mine.

    28. What used to be the author’s hope for his son?

    A. To avoid becoming his clone.             B. To resemble him in appearance.

    C. To develop in a different direction.       D. To reach the author’s unachieved goals.

    29. What can we learn about the author’s children?

    A. His daughter does better in school.         B. His daughter has got a master’s degree.

    C. His son tried hard to finish homework.    D. His son couldn’t write his book reports.

    30.In the author’s eyes, motorheads are _______.

    A. tidy and hardworking         B. cheerful and smart

    C. lazy but bright            D. relaxed but rude

    31. What did the author realize in the end?

    A. It is unwise to expect your child to follow your path.

    B. It is important for one to make the honor roll.

    C. Architects play a more important role than builders.

    D. Motorheads have greater ability than office workers.

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:教育类阅读
  • 难度: 使用次数:1 入库时间:2017-02-15
    来源: 安徽省淮北市第一中学2016-2017学年高一上学期第三次月考英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    Let children learn to judge their own work.  A child learning to talk does not learn by being corrected all the time; if corrected too much, he will stop talking. He notices a thousand times a day the difference between the language he uses and the language those around him use. Bit by bit, he makes the necessary changes to make his language like other people's.In the same way, children learn to do all the other things without being taught to walk, run, climb, whistle, ride a bicycleThey compare their own performances with those of more skilled people, and slowly make the needed changes. But  in school we never give a child a chance to find out his mistakes and correct them for himself. We do it all for him. We act as if we thought that he would never notice a mistake. If it is a matter in mathematics or science, give him the answer book. Let him correct his own papers.

    Why should we teachers waste time in such routine(日常的) work? Our job should be to help the child when he tells us that he can't find the way to get the right answer. Let the children learn what all educated persons must some day learn, how to measure their own understanding, and how to know what he does not know. Actually, the best policy is: "Let him do it himself ! "

    42.According to the passage, the best way for children to learn things is by      .

    A. listening to skilled people's advice.

    B. asking older people many questions

    C. making mistakes and having them corrected

    D. doing what other people do                     

    43.According to the writer, teachers in school should not      .

    A.  allow children to learn fr om each other               

    B.  always point out children' s mistakes whenever they are found

    C. give children correct answers

    D. give children more book knowledge

    44.In the writer's opinion, a child can not learn well if he       

    A. depends too much on his teacher

    B.notices the difference between what' he does and what those around him do

    C. makes changes now and then

    D. learns to do things without being taught

    45. The title of this passage could probably be      .

    A.  Let Us Teachers Stop Work                       B. Let Us Make Children Learn  

    C.  Let Children Correct Their Exercises            D. Let Children Learn by Themselves 

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:教育类阅读
  • 难度: 使用次数:2 入库时间:2017-02-15
    来源: 安徽省合肥市第一中学2016-2017学年高一上学期期中考试英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

        Today, we are told,children don’t spend enough time in the fresh air.Many of them are addicted to a screen either on a computer or a TV — they seem to be living in a virtual world.They have lost touch with nature.

    But now 400 organizations in the UK, from playgroups to the National Health Service,are encouraging children to have some “wild time”.They want kids to swap(交换) at least 30 minutes of watching TV or playing computer games for time playing outside.Activities such as building dens,climbing trees and playing hide and seek are just some of the things kids can do.Even if they live in a city,they can go on adventures in the garden or the park.

        Children often need a helping hand from mum and dad.They need to be shown what to do and where to go.Andy Simpson from National Health Service says,“We want parents to see what this magical wonder product does for their kids’ development,independence and creativity,by giving wild time a go”.

        So despite the complicated world that young people grow up in now,it seems that going back to basics and experiencing “nature’s playground” is what modem children need.David Bond from Project Wild Thing says,“We need to make more space for wild time in children’s daily routine so that this generation of kids can have the sort of experiences that many of us took for granted(当然的)”.

      This might sound a bit old fashioned to you,or maybe,it made you think about sticking on your boots,getting outdoors and reliving your childhood.There’s no age limit on enjoying yourself!

    25.What is the best title of the text?

      A.Adventures of children                    B.Benefits of wild time

      C.More space for children                   D.Wild time for children

    26.Children are encouraged to do the following activities except        .

      A.watching TV       B.climbing trees       C.playing hide and seek    D.building dens

    27.According to Andy Simpson,we know that        .

      A.wild time is hard to design                 B.wild time is beneficial for children

      C.parents know the importance of wild time     D.parents like keeping their children indoors

    28.The last paragraph suggests that        .

      A.people like recalling the past               B.it is out of date to go outdoors

      C.it is too late for adults to enjoy nature        D.people at any age can enjoy wild time

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:教育类阅读
  • 难度: 使用次数:1 入库时间:2017-02-15
    来源: 安徽省合肥市第一中学2016-2017学年高二上学期期中考试英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    Because, like most of you, I began college in my teens, but after a year, I was offered my dream job at Universal Studios, so I dropped out.

    Well, I left college because I knew exactly what I wanted to do and some of you know, too—but some of you don’t. Or maybe you thought you knew but are now questioning that choice. Maybe you’re sitting there trying to find out how to tell your parents that you want to be a doctor and not a writer.

    I told my parents if my movie career didn’t go well, I’d re-enroll(重新报名上学).It went all right. But finally, I returned for one big reason.

    Most people go to college for an education, and some go for their parents, but I went for my kids, I’m the father of seven, and I kept insisting on the importance of going to college, but I hadn’t walked the walk. So, in my fifties, I re-enrolled at Cal State-Long Bech, and I earned my degree.

    Well, what you choose to do next is what we call in the movies the “character-defining(角色定义)moment”.

    Life is one strong, long string of character-defining moments. And I was lucky that at 18 I knew that I exactly wanted to do. But I didn’t know who I was. How could I? And how could any of us? Because for the first 25 years of our lives, we are trained to listen to voices that are not our own, Parents and professors fill our heads with wisdom and information, and then employers and tutors take their place and explain how this world really works.

    And I want to be clear that your intuition(直觉)is different from your conscience(良心). Here’s the difference: Your conscience shouts, “here’s what you should do,”while your intuition whispers,“here’s what you could do.”Listen to that voice that tells you what you could do. Nothing will define your character more than that.

    Sticking to your character requires a lot of courage. And to be courageous, you’re going to need a lot of support. And if you’re lucky, you have parents like mine. I consider my mom my lucky charm.

    But look, if your family’s not always available, there’s backup. Do you remember that movie, It’s a Wonderful Life? There’s an actor’s line in it. No man is a failure who has friends. And I hope you hold on to the friendships you’re made here at Harvard. And among your friends, I hope you find someone you want to share your life with.

    32In the writer’s opinion, why can’t we define ourselves before 25 years old?

    ABecause we are not old enough

    BBecause we are used to listening to others voices

    CBecause our parents and professors ask us to listen to the voices of our employers

    DBecause we can’t find suitable jobs

    33According to the passage, which of the following is true?

    AThe writer completed his college study in his teens

    BThe writer’s movie career didn’t go all right so he returned to college

    CIt was not until he was 25 years old that the writer knew what he exactly wanted to do

    DThe writer suggests we should listen to our intuition

    34What do the last two paragraphs mainly tell us?

    AIt takes much courage to insist on your character

    BIt’s important to find a boyfriend or a girlfriend at Harvard

    CThere are some supporters who should be valued in our life

    DThe movie It’s a Wonderful Life is worth watching

    35The passage is most likely to be       ,

    Aa speech    Ba report    Ca film review   Dan advertisement

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  • 难度: 使用次数:0 入库时间:2017-02-15
    来源: 安徽省合肥市第一中学2016-2017学年高二上学期期中考试英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

         When it comes to preschool education, there are two lines of thought. One says that preschoolers need to be taught early academic skills in order to get a leg up on future school achievement. Another says the focus should be on social and emotional development. But new research from Penn State University says a high quality preschool program should do both.

         Karen Bierman, Penn State Professor of Psychology, and her team studied 350 preschoolers. Half were taught the traditional curriculum(课程). The other half were given the basic curriculum as well as social and emotional teaching.

    The results show that the half students taught with a curriculum that includes social lesson, such as sharing, listening and self-control, score higher in both the social and academic areas of school readiness than the other half students.

    The other finding is that when you work on both academic and social-emotional skills, you get stronger gains in both areas. “You get the combined power when you put both together, so neither area is weakened,” she says.

    Clearly, knowing how to share, develop healthy friendships, and learn side-by-side with others is important to a child’s academic achievement in the classroom. But, Bierman says the importance of social and emotional education goes beyond that, Preschool is prime time for the development of self-regulation, which not only tells a child not to hit another child, but also tells a child how to set personal goals and focus himself enough to follow through with those goals. And the ability to regulate behavior is what helps children get motivated at school. “When they get upset, bored, or frustrated, it doesn’t defeat them,”she says.

    Goal-oriented(面向目标的)and motivated learning is best taught in preschool, Bierman says, when the prefrontal part of the brain, which controls decision-making, is at the height of development.“First grade teachers can teach letter names, but preschool is when that behavior is peaking and language is just beginning to develop.”she says.

    28Karen Bierman and her team carried out the research by       .

    Atracking 350 preschoolers for years

    Bseparating children into two equal groups

    Cworking out a high quality preschool program

    Danalyzing the importance of social and emotional teaching

    29The underlined words “prime time”in the text probably refer to       .

    Athe best time     Bthe only time

    Cthe earliest time    Dthe suitable time

    30According to the text, self-regulation can help children       

    Abe willing to study     Bbecome emotionless

    Cmemorize letter names   Dlearn language quickly

    31What’s the best tide for the text?

    APreschool learning: more than ABCs and 123s

    BKaren Bierman: freeing kids from boring learning

    CLearning self-regulation in preschool: why it matters?

    DAcademic and social-emotional skills: which is more important?

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  • 难度: 使用次数:6 入库时间:2017-02-10
    来源: 浙江省温州中学2016-2017学年高一10月月考英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    How to Study Smarter, Not Harder

    Here are some of our favorite study tips that will help any student study smarter, not harder:

       Recite As You Study

       Reciting—saying things out loud should first take place as you read through each paragraph or section. Test yourself. This will help you to understand as well as learn faster because it is more active than reading or listening. It will also help you to notice your mistakes and the topics you have trouble understanding.

       Take Fuller Notes

       Notes should be in your own words, brief and clear. They should be tidy and easy to read. Writing notes will help you better than just underlining as you read, since it forces you to rewrite ideas in your own words.

        Study the Middle

        The best time to review is soon after you’ve learned something. You are more likely to remember the material at the beginning and the end of the lesson, so make sure you focus on the middle when you review.

        Sleep On It

        Study before going to bed, unless you are very tired. It’s easier to remember material you’ve just learned before sleeping than after an equal period of daytime activity, because your brain continues to think even after you’ve fallen asleep.

        Combine Memory and Understanding

        There are two ways to remember: by memorizing and by understanding. Multiplication tables, telephone numbers, and math formulas are better learned by rote. Ideas are best learned by understanding.

        The more ways you have to think about an idea, the more meaning it will have; the more meaningful the learning, the better you can remember it. Pay attention to similarities in ideas and concepts, and then try to understand how they fit in with things you already know. Never be satisfied with anything less than a completely clear understanding of what you are reading. If you are not able to follow the thought, go back to the place where you first got confused and try again.

    45. You can notice your mistakes by _______.

    A. saying things out aloud                   B. taking notes

    C. studying the middle                                D. sleeping on it

    46. When taking notes, you should _______ to better help you with reading.

    A. underline important notes                       B. write notes in your own words

    C. take down every detail                       D. write as quickly as possible

    47. The writer advises you to _______ as it is easier for you to remember material.

    A. study after a period of activity                   B. do some exercise after studying

    C. study as soon as you get up                     D. study before going to sleep

    48. Which of the following is NOT helpful for your understanding?

    A. Thinking about an idea in different ways.

    B. Relating ideas and concepts with what you already know.

    C. Reading from the beginning to the end without stop.

    D. Going back to what first made you confused and start again.

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  • 难度: 使用次数:2 入库时间:2017-02-06
    来源: 四川省阆中中学2016-2017学年高一上学期教学质量检测英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    There are similarities and differences between high school life and college life.

    For one thing, there are several similarities between high school life and college life. First, the most important task in high school and college is both studying. Studying is the most important as a student. Second, we need a goal to fight for in both high school life and college life. To lead a meaningful life, we have to set up a goal to achieve.

    For another, there are also some differences between high school life and college life. First, our studying is also the biggest difference. In high school, we are required to follow our teachers' steps and finish their homework every day. While in college, there are no teachers  giving  such  detailed requirements to us and we can choose study or not according to our own willing. What and how to study totally depends on us. Therefore, the ability of self-control is very important in college life. Second, the flexibility (灵活性) of time is another difference. In high school, we have no much leisure (空闲) except for our time of study. However, in college, we have much leisure controlled by ourselves except the time of classes, and we have more time to do what we like. Finally, college life is much more various and rich. Besides study, we can attend many other activities, which make our college life more wonderful.

        In short, there are both similarities and differences between high school life and college life. However, no matter which period we are in, we need to make full use of every day so that we will never feel regretful.

    32. What totally depends on us students in college life?

        A. Who to teach us.

        B. When and where to study.

        C. What and how to study.

        D. Whether to follow the teachers' steps.

    33. How many differences are there between high school life and college life?

           A. Two                    B. Three                              C. Four           D Five.

    34. Which is the correct structure of the passage?

        A. ①②-③④                                               B. ①②-③-④  

        C. ①-②③-④                       D. ①-②③-④

    35. What's the main idea of the passage?

        A. College life.                          B. High school life.

        C. High school life and college life.          D. High school and college requirements.

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  • 难度: 使用次数:1 入库时间:2017-02-05
    来源: 上海市位育中学2015-2016学年高一3月监控考试英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    Surprisingly, no one knows how many children receive education in English hospitals, still less the content or quality of that education. Proper records are just not kept.

    We know that more than 850,000 children go through hospital each year, and that every child of school age has a legal right to continue to receive education while in hospital.

    Little wonder the latest survey concludes that the extent and type of hospital teaching available differ a great deal across the country. It is found that half of the hospitals in England which admit children have no teacher. A further quarter has only a part-time teacher. The special children’s hospitals in major cities do best; general hospitals on the country and holiday areas are worst off.

    From this survey, one can estimate that fewer than one in five children have some contact with a hospital teacher and that contact may be as little as two hours a day. Most children interviewed were surprised to find a teacher in hospital at all. They had not been prepared for it by parents or their own school. If there were a teacher they would be more likely to read books and do math or number work; without a teacher they would only play games.

    Reasons for hospital teaching range from preventing a child falling behind and maintaining the habit of school to keeping a child occupied, and the latter is often all the teacher can do. The position and influence of many teachers was summed up when parents referred to them as “the library lady” or just “the helper”.

    Children tend to rely on intimate school friends to keep in touch with school work. Once back at school, children rarely get extra teaching, and are told to catch up as well as they can.

    Many short-stay child-patients catch up quickly. But schools do very little to ease the anxiety about falling behind expressed by many of the children interviewed.

    72. Which of the following statements is true?

       A. Every child in hospital receives some teaching.

       B. Not enough is known about hospital teaching.

       C. Hospital teaching is of poor quality.

       D. The special children’s hospitals are worst off.

    73. It can be inferred from the latest survey that        .

       A. hospital teaching across the country is similar

       B. each hospital has at least one part-time teacher

       C. all hospitals surveyed offer education to children

       D. only one-fourth of the hospitals have full-time teachers

    74. The hospital teachers are found        .

       A. not welcomed by the children and their parents               B. unnecessary

       C. not quite helpful                                                               D. capable

    75. We can conclude form the passage that the author is        .

       A. unsatisfied with the present state of hospital teaching

       B. in favor of the present state of teaching in hospitals

       C. unfavorable towards children receiving education in hospitals

       D. satisfied with the results of the latest survey

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  • 难度: 使用次数:0 入库时间:2017-02-02
    来源: 山东省鄄城县第一中学2016-2017学年高二上学期探究部第二次月考英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    Parents will do anything for their children. Whether it would be the food, clothes, or the place they live in, parents will always make sure their children have the best of everything. One of the biggest concerns that parents currently have is educating their children. They are faced with lots of difficulties when it comes to education for their young ones. Choices include private school, charter school, public school or home schooling.

    Fortunately for parentsthere are a variety of different strategies that they can take in order to increase their child’s overall intelligence. According to Ross A. Thompson, PhD, professor of psychology at the University of California at Davis, a child’s brain will actually reach 90% of its full size by the time they start kindergarten.

    Researchers at Northwestern University in Chicago concluded that playing a musical instrument directly affected the brain stem, the lower section of the brain. Moreover, children that learn an instrument at an early age tend to continue it when they are older. And numerous studies show that a well balanced meal is essential for a child’s mental as well as physical health. Some other researchers recommended that a second language should be taught when children are in preschool. They state that three to four years of age is the perfect time and that any age under four would work perfectly fine for a child’s brain development.

    The average child will learn how to read between kindergarten and second grade. Many parents can give their children a jump start by teaching them to read before they start school. Children could have an adequate background of the alphabet and sounds of words before attending school. This can be done by simply reading to them whenever you want. The more comfortable they get, the easier the process will be.

    25. From the first paragraph, we can infer that________.

    A. parents find it hard to satisfy their kids’ various demands

    B. parents meet a new challenge when raising their kids

    C. parents have more choices in offering education to their kids

    D. parents get actively involved in the process of their kids’ growth

    26. What suggestion may the researchers in the passage make?

    A. To train kids as early as possible.

    B. To try as many means as possible.

    C. To help kids develop as fully as possible.

    D. To use as many available resources as possible.

    27. What does the third paragraph mainly discuss about?

    A. The proper time to teach children to learn languages.

    B. The effective ways to help develop children’s brains.

    C. The vital factors to have a great effect on children's health.

    D. The practical steps to arouse children’s interest in study.

    28. We can replace the words “jump start” in the last paragraph with _______.

    A. inspiration     B. introduction       C. suggestion      D. promotion

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  • 难度: 使用次数:0 入库时间:2017-02-01
    来源: 辽宁省本溪市第一中学2017届高三上学期第二次月考英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    Parents will do anything for their children. Whether it would be the food, clothes, or the place they live, parents will always make sure their children have the best of everything. One of the biggest concerns that parents currently have is educating their children. They are faced with lots of difficulties when it comes to education for their young ones. Choices include private school, charter school, public school or homeschooling.

    Fortunately for parents, there are a variety of different strategies that a parent can take in order to increase their child's skills and overall intelligence. According to Ross A. Thompson, PhD, professor of psychology at the University of California at Davis, a child's brain will actually reach 90% of its full size by the time they start kindergarten.

    Researchers at Northwestern University in Chicago concluded that playing a musical instrument directly affected the brain stem, the lower section of the brain. Moreover, children that learn an instrument at an early age tend to continue it when they are older. And numerous studies show that a well balanced meal is essential for a child's mental and physical health. It is recommended that parents teach their children two languages at once. Research suggests that a second language should be taught when children are in preschool. Other studies state that three to four years of age is the perfect time. Clearly, any age under four would work perfectly fine for a child.

    The average child will learn how to read between kindergarten and second grade. Many parents can give their children a jump start by teaching them to read before they start school. Children could have an adequate background of the alphabet and sounds of words before attending school. This can be done by simply reading to them whenever you want. The more comfortable they get, the easier the process will be.

    25. From the first paragraph, we can infer that .

    A. parents find it hard to satisfy their kids' various demands

    B. parents meet a new challenge when raising their kids

    C. parents have more choices in offering education to their kids

    D. parents get actively involved in the process of their kids' growth

    26. What suggestion may the researchers in the passage make?

    A. To train kids as early as possible.

    B. To try as many means as possible.

    C. To help kids develop as fully as possible.

    D. To use as many available resources as possible.

    27. We can replace the words “jump start” in the last paragraph with_____ .

    A. inspiration              B. introduction            C. suggestion              D. promotion

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  • 难度: 使用次数:0 入库时间:2017-01-24
    来源: 江苏省赣榆县第一中学2016-2017学年高二上学期第一次月考(10月)英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

        When a child is told he is “uncool”, it can be very painful. He may say he doesn’t care, and even act in ways that are opposite of cool on purpose. But these are simple ways to handle sadness by pretending it’s not there.

         Helping a child feel better in school had to be careful. If you say, “Why are you worried about what other children think about you? It doesn’t matter!” Children know that it does matter. Instead, an active way may be best. You could say, “I’m going to do a couple of things for you to help you feel better in school.”

         If a boy is having trouble making friends, the teacher can help him. The teacher can arrange things so that he has chances to use his abilities to contribute to class projects. This is how the other children learn how to value his good qualities and to like him. A teacher can also raise a child’s popularity in the group by showing that he values that child. It even helps to put him in a seat next to a very popular child, or let him be a partner with that child in activities, etc.

        There are things that parents can do at home, too. Be friendly when your child brings others home to play. Encourage him to invite friends to meals and then serve the dishes they consider “super” .When you plan trips, picnics, movies, and other shows, invite another child with whom your child wants to be friends.

         What you can do is to give him a chance to join a group that may be shutting him out. Then, if he has good qualities, he can start to build real friendship of his own.

    51. A child who has been informed of being “ uncool” may       .

       A. care nothing about it         B. do something uncool on purpose

       C. develop a sense of anger      D. pretend to get hurt very much

    52. A teacher can help an unpopular child by           .

       A. seeing the child as the teacher’s favorite

       B. asking the child to do something for partners

       C. forcing other children to make friends with the child

       D. offering the child chances to show his good qualities

    53. How can parents help their child fit in better?

       A. By cooking delicious food for him.       B. By being kind to his schoolmates.

       C. By forcing him to invite friends home.    D. By taking him to have picnics in the park.

    54. Which of the following is TRUE?

       A. Children don’t care others’ comments on them.

       B. It’s only teacher’s work to make children popular.

       C. Parents should take their children out for picnic and shows more often.

       D. Inviting children’s friends to family activities is good for them to make friends.

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  • 难度: 使用次数:0 入库时间:2017-01-20
    来源: 湖北省随州市第一中学2016-2017学年高一10月月考英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    Many teenagers feel that the most important people in their lives are their friends.They believe that their family members, especially their parents, don’t know them as well their friends do.In large families, it is often for brothers and sisters to fight with each other and then they can only go to their friends for advice.It is very important for teenagers to have one good friend or many friends.Even when they are not with their friends, they usually spend a lot of time talking among themselves on the phone.This communication is very important in children’s growing up, because friend can discuss something difficult to say to their family members.

    However, parents often try to choose their children’s friends for them.Some parents may even stop their children from meeting their good friends.The question of “choice” is an interesting one.Have you ever thought of the following questions?

    Who choose your friends?

    Do you choose your friends or your friends choose you?

    Have you got a good friend your parent don’t like?

    21.Many teenagers think their _______ know them better than their parents do.

    A.friends

    B.teachers

    C.brothers and sisters

    D.classmates

    22.When teenagers stay alone, the usual way of communication is to _________.

    A.go to their friends

    B.talk with their parents

    C.talk with their friends on the phone

    D.have a discussion with their family

    23.Which of the following is DIFFERENT in meaning from the sentence “Some parents may even stop their children from meeting their good friends.”?

    A.Some parents may want their children to stop to meet their good friends.

    B.Some parents may even ask their children to stay away from their good friends.

    C.Some parents may even not let their children meet their good friends.

    D.Some parents may even not allow their children to meet their good friends.

    24.Which of the following sentences is TRUE?

    A.Parents should like everything their children enjoy.

    B.In all families, children can choose everything they like.

    C.Parents should try their best to understand their children better.

    D.Teenagers can only go to their friends for help.

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  • 难度: 使用次数:0 入库时间:2017-01-16
    来源: 河北省冀州中学2017届高三(复习班)上学期第二次阶段考试英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    When Pat Jones finishes college, she decides to travel around the world and see as many foreign places as she could while she was young. Pat wants to visit Latin America first, so she got a job as an English teacher in a school in Bolivia. Pat spoke a little Spanish, so she was able to communicate with her students even when they didn't know much English.

    Once, a sentence she had read somewhere struck her mind; if you dream in a foreign language, you have really mastered it. Pat repeated this sentence to her students and hopes that some day she would dream in Spanish and they would dream in English.

    One day, one of her worst students came up and explained in Spanish that he had not done his homework. He had gone to bed early and had slept badly.

    “What does this have to do with your homework?” Pat asked.

    “I dreamed all night, Miss Jones. And my dream was in English.”

    “In English?” Pat was very surprised, since he was such a bad student. She was even secretly jealous. Her dream was still not in Spanish. But she encouraged her young students, “Well, tell me about your dream.”

    “All the people in my dream spoke English. All the newspapers and magazines and all the TV programs were in English.”

    “But that's wonderful,” said Pat. “What did all the people say to you?”

    “I am sorry, Miss Jones. That's why I slept so badly. I didn't understand a word they said. It was a nightmare.”

    21. Pat believed that           .

    A. people can learn foreign languages in their dreams

    B. she already dreamed in Spanish so she has mastered Spanish

    C.one of her worst students had already mastered English

    D. dreaming in a foreign language means a good command of it

    22. Pat's student didn't finish his home work because      .

    A. the home work was too difficult

    B. the student dreamed in English

    C. the student didn't sleep well

    D. the student didn't know much English

    23. The writer wrote this story       .

    A.to show us how to learn a foreign language

    B. to show us how to teach a foreign language

     C.to amuse us with an interesting story

    D.to encourage us to travel to foreign countries

    24.From the passage we can infer that       .

    A.in Bolivia,people speak Spanish

    B.Pat’s student who dreamed in English was actually good at English

    C.Pat has already learned much Spanish

    D.in Latin America,the newspapers and magazines are in English

     

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