高中英语 山西省山大附中2013-2014学年高一3月月考 试卷 试题及答案.doc
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  • 难度: 使用次数:2 入库时间:2014-06-17
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    Each new school year brings fresh reminders of what educators call the summer learning gap. Some call it the summer learning setback(退步). Simply speaking, it means the longer kids are out of school, the more they forget. The only thing they might gain is weight.

    Most American schools follow a traditional nine-month calendar. Students get winter and spring breaks and about ten weeks of summer vacation. Some schools follow a year-round calendar. They hold classes for about eight weeks at a time, with a few weeks off in between. The National Association for Year-Round Education says there were fewer than three thousand such schools at last count. They were spread among forty-six of the fifty states.[

    But many experts point out that the number of class days in a year-round school is generally the same as in a traditional school. Lead researcher Paul von Hippel said, “Year-round schools don't really solve the problem of the summer learning setback. They simply spread it out across the year.”

    Across the country, research shows that students from poor families fall farther behind over the summer than other students. Experts say this can be prevented. They note that many schools and local governments offer programs that can help.

    But calling them “summer school” could be a problem. The director of the summer learning center at Johns Hopkins, Ron Fairchild, said research with groups of different parents in Chicago and Baltimore found that almost all strongly disliked the term “summer school”. In American culture, the idea of summer vacation is connected to beliefs about freedom and the joys of childhood. The parents welcomed other terms like “summer camp”, “enrichment”, “extra time” and “hands-on learning”.

    【小题1According to the first paragraph the summer learning gap          .

    A. helps children to gain weight                  

    B. leads children to work harder

    C. improves children’s memories           

    D. affects children’s regular studies

    【小题2 Compared to traditional schools, students in the year-round ones           .

    A. perform better and have more learning gains

    B. have much less time for relaxation every year

    C. have generally the same number of class days

     D. hold more classes with more free weeks off

    【小题3Which of the following statements is true?

    A. Students from poor families often fall behind after the vacation.

     B. Year-round schools can solve the problem of the learning gap.

    C. There are schools in each state following a year-round calendar.

    D. Nothing can help the students who fall behind after the vacation.

    【小题4 Why did almost all parents dislike the term “summer school”?

    A. They cherish the children’s rights of freedom very much.

    B. They are worried about the quality of the “summer school”.

    C. They want their children to be forced to make up the gap.

     D. They can’t afford the further study during vacation.

    【小题5What would be the best title of this passage?

    A. Opening Summer Camps

    B. Forbidding Summer Schools

    C. Spreading Year-Round Education

    D. Minding the Summer Learning Gap

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:政治经济文化类阅读
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    Students who date in middle school have significantly worse study skills. They are four times more likely to drop out of school and report twice as much alcohol and tobacco use as their single classmates, according to new research from the University of Georgia.

    "Romantic relationships are a trademark of adolescence, but very few studies have examined how adolescents differ in the development of these relationships," said Pamela Orpinas, study author and professor in the College of Public Health and head of the Department of Health Promotion and Behavior.

    Orpinas followed a group of 624 students over a seven-year period from 6th to 12th grade.

    Each year, the group of students completed a survey indicating whether they had dated and reported the frequency of different behaviors, including the use of drugs and alcohol. Their teachers completed questionnaires about the students’ academic efforts. He found some students never or hardly ever reported dating from middle to high school, and these students had consistently the best study skills according to their teachers. Other students dated infrequently in middle school but increased the frequency of dating in high school.

    "At all points in time, teachers rated the students who reported the lowest frequency of dating as having the best study skills and the students with the highest dating as having the worst study skills,” according to the journal article. Study skills refer to behaviors that lead to academic success such as doing work for extra credit being well organized, finishing homework, working hard and reading assigned chapters.

    "Dating a classmate may have the same emotional complications of dating a co-worker," Orpinas said, "When the couple break up, they have to continue to see each other in class and perhaps witness the ex-partner dating someone else. It is reasonable to think this could be linked to depression and divert attention from studying.”

    “Dating should not be considered a ceremony of growth in middle school,” Orpinas concluded.

    【小题1According to the passage, students who date in middle school may_____

    A. have poorer academic performances           B. be more likely to hurl others

    C. enjoy better school lives                                   D. are less likely to use alcohol and tobacco

    【小题2When doing his study, Orpinas_____.

    A. followed a group of students of 6th and 12th grade

    B. completed a survey and a report each year

    C. completed questionnaires about the students’ academic efforts

    D. found that the students’ study skills have connection with their frequency of dating

    【小题3 Study skills may include the following behaviors and qualities Except_____

    A. being diligent                                              B. being well organized

    C.       being kind and helpful                               D. finishing assigned schoolwork

    【小题4What can possibly happen to the school couples after they break up?

    A. They don’t want to see each other any longer.

    B. Their attention to studying will be affected.

    C. They will miss their ex-partners sometimes 

    D. They will think it reasonable to get depressed.

    【小题5Orpinas’ attitude towards dating in middle school is_____

    A. supportive         B. positive           C. negative        D. indifferent

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:政治经济文化类阅读
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    _ 11__ People use money to buy food, furniture, books, bicycles and hundreds of other things they need or want. When they work, they usually get paid in money.

    Most of the money today is made of metal or paper. __12__ One of the first kinds of money was shells.

    Shells were not the only things used as money. In Chinacloth and knives were used. In the Philippine Islandsrice was used as money for a long time. Elephant tusksmonkey tails and salt were used as money in parts of Africa.

    The first metal coins were made in China. They were round and had a square hole in the centre. __13__

    Different countries have used different metals and designs for their money. __14__ Sweden and Russia used copper to make their money. Later some countries began to make coins of gold and silver.

    But even gold and silver were inconvenient if you had to buy something expensive. Again the Chinese thought of a way to improve money. __15__ The first paper money looked more like a note from one person to another than the paper money used today.   

    Money has had an interesting history from the days of shell money until today.

    A. The first coins in England were made of tin()

    B. But people used to use all kinds of things as money.

    C. No one knows for certain when people began to use money.

    D. People strung(串连) them together and carried them from place to place.

    E. Money, as we knowis all made of paper.                                

    F. They began to use paper money.

    G. Today anyone will accept money in exchange for goods and services.

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:七选五题型
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    I used to be ashamed of my grandma. I know that's a  16  thing to say, but it was true until today, so I have to  17  it.

    The  18  started when my friend Katy found Grandma's false teeth floating in a glass on the bathroom sink. I was so used to seeing them that I  19  took notice of them. But Katy shouted, laughing and  20  to tell everyone about it. I had to get down on my knees and  21  her to shut up so my grandma wouldn't  22  and get hurt.

    After that happened, I  23  there were a million things about Grandma that were embarrassing.

    Once she took Jill and me out to Burger King.  24  ordering our hamburgers well-done, she told the person behind the counter, "They'll have two Whoppers (巨无霸) well-to-do. " Jill burst out laughing, but I almost  25 .

    After a while, I started wishing I could  26  Grandma in a closet. I even complained to my parents. Both my parents said I had to be careful not to make Grandma feel  27  in our home.

    Then last Wednesday, something happened that  28  everything completely. My teacher told us to help find interesting old people and  29  them about their  30  for a big Oral History project. I was trying to think of someone when Angie pushed me gently.

    "Volunteer your grandmother," she whispered. "She's  31  and rich in experience."

    That was the last thing I ever thought Angie would say about my grandma.

    This is how I ended up on  32  today interviewing my own grandmother before the whole school assembly (集合). All my friends and teachers were listening to her  33  she was a great heroine. I was  34  of my grandma and hoped she would  35  know that I had been ashamed of her.

    【小题1A. funny                  B. common                C. terrible                   D. clear

    【小题2A. admit                  B. receive         C. refuse        D. show

    【小题3 A. quarrel            B. accident              C. trouble        D. adventure

    【小题4A. already     B. always                C. simply         D. hardly

    【小题5 A. enjoying          B. pretending             C. imagining       D. continuing

    【小题6 A. warn            B. demand      C. advise                 D. beg

    【小题7A. mind       B. hear          C. see                  D. fall

    【小题8 A. expected        B. declared       C. realized                D. doubted

    【小题9 A. Because of         B. Except for                C. Such as        D. Instead of

    【小题10A. died       B. cheered              C. disappeared          D. suffered

    【小题11A. meet             B. avoid                 C. arrange        D. hide

    【小题12 A. independent   B. inconvenient            C. unwelcome   D. unfamiliar

    【小题13A. changed         B. finished                 C. stopped     D. prepared

    【小题14A. interview           B. report           C. tell           D. write

    【小题15A. news             B. lives             C. advantages          D. achievements

    【小题16A. free             B. popular                C. interesting      D. embarrassing

    【小题17A. show             B. stage                  C. duty         D. time

    【小题18A. and then          B. even if                  C. so that        D. as if

    【小题19A. sure             B. proud          C. ashamed      D. afraid

    【小题20A. never            B. even          C. still            D. once

    题型:完型填空  知识点:日常生活类
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    文中共有十处语言错误,每句中最多两处。每处错误仅涉及一个单词的增加、删除或修改。

    增加:在缺词处加一个漏字符号(^),并在其下面写出该加的词。

        删除:把多余的词用斜线(\)划掉。

        修改:在错的词下划一横线,并在该词下面写出修改后的词。

        注意:1. 每处错误及其修改均仅限一词;

              2. 只允许修改10处,多者(从第11处起)不计分。

    Nowadays Grade Three students are general faced with a lot of pressure, which is rather common. The followed suggestions may help reduce it. First of all, know exactly what lead to your pressure, and then you can take measures to deal with it. Secondly, set up a goal what is not too high, in another words, don’t put too much pressure on yourself. Thirdly, finding a way to relax yourself occasionally. For example, you can listen to music, go swim or just simply go walking. Lastly, make friend with others, such as your classmates, your teachers, your parents. They will understand you and come to your help when you are really in the trouble. In a word, never get yourself stuck in the pressure for “impossible is nothing”.

    题型:短文改错  知识点:其他
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