高中英语浙江省东阳中学2016-2017学年高一3月阶段性考试英语试题 Word版含答案.doc
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  • 难度: 使用次数:1 入库时间:2017-05-20
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    About 21,000 young people in 17 American states do not attend classes in school buildings. Instead, they receive their elementary(初等的) and high school education by working at home on computers. The center for Education Reform says the United States has 67 public "cyberschools" and that is about twice as many as two years ago.

    The money for students to attend a cyberschool comes from the governments of the states where they live. Some educators say cyberschools receive money that should support traditional public schools. They also say it is difficult to know if students are learning well.

    Other educators praise this new form of education for letting students work at their own speed. These people say cyberschools help students who were unhappy or unsuccessful in traditional schools. They say learning at home by computer ends long bus rides for children who live far from school.

    Whatever the judgment of cyberschools, they are getting more and more popular. For example, a new cyberschool called Commonwealth Connections Academy will take in students this fall. It will serve children in the state of Pennsylvania from ages five through thirteen.

    Children get free equipment for their online education. This includes a computer, a printer, books and technical services. Parents and students talk with teachers by telephone or by sending emails through their computers when necessary.

    Students at cyberschools usually do not know one another. But 56 such students finished studies at Western Pennsylvania Cyber Charter School recently met for the first time. They were guests of honor at their graduation.

    21. What do we know from the text about students of a cyberschool?

    A. They have to take long bus rides to school.

    B. They study at home rather than in classrooms.

    C. They receive money from traditional public schools.

    D. They do well in traditional school programs.

    22. What is a problem with cyberschools?

    A. Their equipment costs a lot of money.

    B. They get little support from the state government.

    C. The students find it hard to make friends.

    D. It is hard to know students' progress in learning.

    23. Cyberschools are getting popular because _________.

    A. they are less expensive for students

    B. their graduates are more successful in society

    C. their students can work at their own speed

    D. they serve students in a wider age range

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:阅读理解-其他
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    When the dog named Judy spotted the first sheep in her life, she did what comes naturally. The four-year-old dog set off racing after the sheep across several fields and, being a city animal, lost both her sheep and her sense of direction. Then she ran along the edge of cliff( 悬崖) and fell 100 feet, bouncing off a rock into the sea.

    Her owner Mike Holden panicked and called the coastguard of Cornwall, who turned up in seconds. Six volunteers slid down the cliff with the help of a rope but gave up all hope of finding her alive after a 90-minute search.

    Three days later, a hurricane(飓风) hit the coast near Cornwall. Mr. Holden returned home from his holiday upset and convinced his pet was dead. He comforted himself with the thought she had died in the most beautiful part of the country.

    For the next two weeks, the Holdens were heartbroken. Then, one day, the phone rang and Steve Tregear, the coastguard of Cornwall, asked Holder if he would like his dog back.

    A birdwatcher, armed with a telescope, found the pet sitting hopelessly on a rock. While he sounded the alarm, a student from Leeds climbed down the cliff to collect Judy.

    The dog had been knocked unconscious(失去知觉的)at first but had survived by drinking water from a fresh scream at the base of the cliff. She may have fed on the body of a sheep which had also fallen over the edge. “The dog was very thin and hungry,” Steve Tregear said , “It was a very lucky dog. She survived because of a plentiful supply of fresh water,” he added.

    It was, as Mr. Holden admitted, “a minor miracle(奇迹)”.

    24. The dog Jody fell down the cliff when she was ________.         

    A. rescuing her owner                                  B. caught in a hurricane

    C. blocked by a rock                           D. running after a sheep

    25. Who spotted Judy after the accident?

    A. A student from Leeds                         B. A birdwatcher

    C. Six volunteers                                D. The coastguard of Cornwall

    26. What can we infer from the text?

    A. People like to travel with their pets.

    B. Judy was taken to the fields for hunting.

    C. Holden cared little where Judy was buried.

    D. Luck plays an important role in Judy's survival.

    27. Which of the following can be the best title for the text?

    A. Miracle of the Coastguard.                         B. Coming Back from the Dead.

    C. Dangers in the Wild                        D. Surviving a Hurricane.

     

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:阅读理解-其他
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    Earlier this month, blogger Lisa Henderson announced that she and her husband John had decided not to have Christmas. The family, who lives in Utah, will still put up decorations, but presents from Santa are a no-go this year.

    “John and I feel like we are fighting a very hard uphill battle with our kids when it comes to their rights,” Henderson wrote on her blog. “It is one of the biggest struggles as a parent these days in middle class America. Our kids have been acting so ungrateful lately. ... John said, “We shouldn’t just celebrate Christmas. And, so that’s what we did.”

    Instead, the Hendersons are putting the money they would have spent on gifts toward service projects in order to teach their three sons the “pleasure of giving.” The children will still receive gifts from grandparents and other family members, but this year, she said, their letters to Santa will be asking him to find someone who needs presents more than they do.

    In an interview with ABC News, 11-year-old Caleb Henderson admitted that he and his brothers had been behaving badly. “We would hit each other. We were fighting and crying,” he admitted, and Lisa said that when she broke the news to her sons, they cried pretty hard.

    But so far, Henderson told Fox News last week, the family is having a sudden turning this into a different kind of gift. They have already held a clothing drive and sent boxes of clothes and candy to a village in the Philippines that was hit hard last year by Typhoon Haiyan.

    “The children were excited and kept wanting to give more and more,” she reported on her blog.

    Many readers responded positively to Henderson’s post. Some sharing their own stories of limiting Christmas in order to teach their children to be charitable(仁慈的) or grateful. “As parents you’re giving your kids something so much more special than a bunch of gifts on Christmas,” one wrote.

    But Henderson received negative follow-ups as well on her blog. Responding to critics, she updated her blog with a statement that reads, in part:

    I just wanted to explain a couple of things. First, my kids are in no way hurt for things.... They have reacted by making gifts for each other and packing them into each other’s stockings stealthily(偷偷地). They are learning exactly what we wanted them to learn, because they are not moving around feeling sorry for themselves. They are thinking of others.

    The second thing I wanted to explain is why I wrote this post. Some people seem to think I wrote this for attention. Ummm, the attention you get from posts like this is not good and actually extremely difficult to deal with.... The reason I wrote this post is I want to empower parents to feel like it’s okay to take a stand. ... I wanted to share what we are doing, so any parents that feel they are struggling with the same issues in their home can see what others are doing and get ideas for their family. My intention is to help support other parents and to raise amazing kids.

    28. The underlined sentence in Paragraph 4 can be replaced by_______.

    A. when Lisa told the kids they didn’t spend Christmas, they felt extremely sad

    B. all the kids let out an excited cry when Santa sent them Christmas presents

    C. the moment Lisa said the Philippines was hit by typhoon, they burst into tears

    D. when their grandparents didn’t send them gifts, the kids couldn’t help crying.

    29. From the last two paragraphs we can conclude that_______.

    A. the writer strongly called on people to care for the unfortunate

    B. educating kids needs regular communication and great patience

    C. the writer wants to share his experiences of raising amazing kids

    D. parents should praise children for their kindness to other people

    30. Which of the following can be the best title?

    A. Why These Parents Decided Not To Celebrate Christmas.

    B. How Americans usually Spend A Traditional Christmas.

    C. A Hard Battle between Kids And Parents At Christmas.

    D. What American People Do To Have A Nice Christmas

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:阅读理解-其他
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    Teamwork is the ability to work together with other members toward a common goal. ____31____ Many factors influence the working of a team. If a team can’t get the desired results, try the following ways that would help improve teamwork.

    Planning goals ahead:  ____32____ When a goal is planned, all team members should be clear about their goal they have to achieve and then they should find a way that would lead them to achieve their goal.

    Electing a team leader: A team is led by the team leader. ____33____ It is the leader’s duty to work out the conflicts(冲突) caused by different characters and attitudes.

    Maintaining(维持) good relationships between team members: Teamwork needs cooperation. ____34____ So it will also be great if the team members can communicate outside the workplace to know each other more. This will help increase a sense of togetherness at work, thus improving teamwork.

    Avoiding competition: Competition is important for a person’s growth. ____35____ One should understand that each person has his or her own strengths and weaknesses. Rather than compete with each other in the team, one should learn from others and improve his or her own performance.

    A.      It will be good for their cooperation if the members know each other well.

    B.      But there are many difficulties in teamwork.

    C.      The ability can help common people achieve uncommon goals.

    D.     His or her duty is to encourage and lead the team members to achieve their goal.

    E.      The goals should be easy enough to achieve.

    F.      However, unhealthy competition among group members can hurt team spirit.

    G.     It is the duty of all the members to work together to plan the goal.

    题型:未分类  知识点:七选五题型
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    The young woman entered the pool where an injured dolphin(海豚) was swimmingDespite her fear, she felt strong wearing her new leg

    In her second gradeMaja ____36____ her cousinJasminaAfter Jasmina’s deathMaja swore she would honor the little girl by ____37____ with a dolphin, an animal that both girls ____38____.” Jasmina never got the chance to do it.” says Maja, now, “so I ____39____ that someday I’d do it for her

    In high school, Maja was ____40____ about sportsShe even planned to become an athlete____41____, in 1993, during the civil war in her home country, a bomb(炸弹)____42____ her left leg

    After two years’ ____43____ in the U.S., Maja received her first artificial leg, but ____44____ it didn’t fit well, walking for Maja was very painful. ____45____, she managed to graduate from a local high schoolThen after receiving a ____46____ from Saint Francis University, she got a job at an insurance firm and ____47____ started her own company

         To relax, Maja ____48____ often watch the dolphins play at an aquarium(水族馆)near her homeA young dolphin, Winter, who had lost its tail, caught her ____49____. One day, Maja happened to see trainers ____50____ Winter with a high-tech tailWhen they were done, Winter swam freely in the water. Maja was inspiredShe____51____ to find the inventors of Winter’s tailWithin ten days, she had a new leg which freed her of the ____52____ that had troubled her for almost 16 years

    Now Maja was ready to keep her ____53____She went to the aquariumLowered herself into the pool and held out a hand to Winter, who got close ____54____, then swam awayAfter a few minutes, the dolphin let Maja ____55____ its back. Finally, the two began to swim around the pool together

    36A. lost                      B. visited                    C. rescued                D. left

    37A. talking                   B. living                C. surfing                   D. swimming

    38A. spoiled                     B. accepted               C. Liked                             D. bought      

    39A. pretended               B. perfected              C. decided               D. agreed

    40A. interested                 B. crazy                       C. positive                    D. concerned

    41A. Undoubtedly            B. Surprisingly             C. Unfortunately        D. Strangely

    42A. took away              B. took over               C. cut down           D. cut off

    43A. study                             B. operation                 C. experiment           D. treatment

    44A. until                    B. because               C. although              D. if

    45A. However                 B. Therefore                C. Besides               D. Otherwise

    46A. glory                        B. notice                   C. prize                 D. degree

    47A. gradually              B. finally                      C. actually                 D. personally

    48A. might                B. should                 C. would                 D. could

    49A. nose                 B. leg                    C. eye                    D. hand

    50A. decorating                   B. guiding                   C. marking                D. fitting

    51A. succeeded                B. managed                  C. shocked               D. puzzled 

    52A. pain                        B. sadness                 C. worry                 D. fear

    53A. attention                   B. promise                 C. record                 D. habit

    54A. blindly        B. swiftly                            C. carefully                  D. gratefully

    55A. touch                       B. cover                          C. mop                         D. inspect

    题型:完型填空  知识点:人物传记/故事阅读类
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