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填空题---为题目类型
1.Teaching the students" asking the way and telling directions" embodies the______view of language.
2.The theory of multiple intelligences implies that our teaching should be able to develop as much as possible students' different______in their intelligences.
3.______is one of reading activities which means locating specific information the reader wants from the text.
4.The______approach to writing teaching pays attention to not only what to write, but also how to write.
5.______assessment is designed to measure how the performance of a particular student or group of students compares with the performance of another student or group of students.
词汇结构与语法---为题目类型
6.Which of the following English sounds is NOT bilabial?
(A)[b]
(B)[m]
(C)[p]
(D)[f]
7.It is reported in today's newspaper that whoever helps to catch the robber will be offered a(n) ______of $10.00.
(A)award
(B)reward
(C)allowance
(D)prize
8."-s" in the word "books" is______.
(A)a derivative affix
(B)a stem
(C)an inflectional affix
(D)a root
9.Time should be made good use______our lessons well.
(A)of learning
(B)to learn
(C)to learning
(D)of to learn
10.What do you think of the reason ______ he explained in his last letter ______ refusing the job?
(A)why, why
(B)that, for which
(C)which, for
(D)that, because
11.—Sir, ______man named George wants to see you. —Did he ever make______telephone call?
(A)a: the
(B)the: the
(C)the: /
(D)a: a
12.The other night, Susan was walking______ street after street with her friend.
(A)across
(B)from
(C)down
(D)through
13.Standing on the pavement while waiting for you, we watched bus______after bus by.
(A)went
(B)to go
(C)gone
(D)go
14.We take eight other courses______English this semester.
(A)besides
(B)except
(C)except for
(D)beside
15.The picture of the park called up memories of the trip of our class last year, ______Mr. Smith began to take charge of our class.
(A)what
(B)when
(C)which
(D)where
16.At last the girl received the letter she______for so long a time.
(A)has been expecting
(B)had been expecting
(C)was expecting
(D)had excepted
17.His hard work before the examination______and he received a lot of good job offers.
(A)showed off
(B)paid off
(C)took out
(D)set out
18.Such novelists as Tolstoy are widely read, of______works, full of great humanity, however some are difficult to understand.
(A)whose
(B)which
(C)whom
(D)what
19.An individual human existence should be like a river—small at first, narrowly contained within its banks, and______passionately past rocks and over waterfalls.
(A)to rush
(B)rushing
(C)rushed
(D)rush
20.The Great Wall is______tourist attraction that millions of people pour in every year.
(A)so well-known a
(B)a so well-known
(C)such well-known
(D)a such well-known
21.The soldier raised his gun and calmly______it at the enemy commander, fired.
(A)to aim
(B)aimed
(C)aiming
(D)aim
22.According to the United States Constitution, the legislative power is invested in______.
(A)the Federal Government
(B)the Supreme Court
(C)the Cabinet
(D)the Congress
23.Walden is written by______.
(A)Ralph Waldo Emerson
(B)William Wordsworth
(C)Henry David Thoreau
(D)William Blake
24.______ are undertaken to determine the gap between the existing skills, knowledge and abilities and those that are needed to function at the desired level.
(A)Learning assessment
(B)Learning needs
(C)Learning analysis
(D)Teaching assessment
25.根据“自上而下”的阅读模式,人们的阅读理解过程是一个______的过程,阅读者是一个主动的参与者,他不但需要语言知识,还需要相关的背景知识。
(A)解读
(B)解码
(C)刺激一反应
(D)预测一验证
阅读理解---为题目类型
Heavy gas leakage from a defective pipe left nine persons dead and at least twenty-six others hospitalized in central Fujieda of Shizuoka Province, south-west of Tokyo, authorities said on Monday. Police said a doctor's family of five, and four members of a seven member family died when the gas escaped in heavy volumn from the pipe which had a crack in it. At least twenty-six persons were taken to a city hospital in Fujieda, some 160 kilometres south-west of Tokyo and three of them were listed in critical condition. The gas leakage began as early as Saturday night, but the local gas company which received telephone calls from alarmed residents didn't bother to check the suspected pipe immediately, according to a police official.
26.What was the cause of the incident?
(A)Careless digging in the street over a gas pipe.
(B)A crack in a gas pipe.
(C)A gas explosion.
(D)Leakage of gas in heavy volumn from the gas station.
27.What were the consequences of the incident?
(A)Poisonous gas killed and injured many people.
(B)There was a shortage of gas supply in central Fujieda.
(C)More than ten people were killed.
(D)Both A and B
28.Who was to blame for the incident, according to the police?
(A)The local authorities.
(B)A doctor's family.
(C)Some residents in the district.
(D)The local gas company.
29.What could have been done to avoid the incident?
(A)To evacuate all the people from that place.
(B)To take immediate measures after the warning call.
(C)To send the victims to a better hospital.
(D)To warn the local residents of gas poisoning.
30.What lesson can be drawn from the incident?
(A)The use of gas should be controlled in a densely populated district.
(B)Employees in the local gas company should be better trained.
(C)Defective pipes should be fixed immediately.
(D)Both B and C
Classified advertising is that advertising which is grouped in certain sections of the paper and is thus distinguished from display advertising. Such groupings as "Help Wanted" , "Real Estate" , "Lost and Found" are made, the rate charged being less than for display advertising. Classified advertisements are a convenience to the reader and a saving to the advertiser. The reader who is interested in a particular kind of advertisement finds all advertisements of that type grouped for him. The advertisers may, on this account, use a very small advertisement that would be lost if it were placed among larger advertisements in the paper. It is obvious that the reader approaches the classified advertisement in a different frame of mind from that in which he approaches the other advertisements in the paper. He turns to a page of classified advertisements to search for the particular advertisement that will meet his needs. As his attention is voluntary, the advertiser does not need to rely too much extent on display type to get the reader's attention. Formerly all classified advertisements were of the same size and did not have display type. With the increase in the number of such advertisements, however, each advertiser within a certain group is competing with others in the same group for the reader's attention. In many cases, the result has been an increase in the size of the space used and the addition of headlines and pictures. In that way, the classified advertisement has in reality become a display advertisement. This is particularly true of real estate advertising.
32.All of the following facts are advantages of classified advertisement for advertisers EXCEPT that______.
(A)classified advertisement charges less money
(B)it is easier to attract the attention of the target consumers
(C)it provides more information for the readers
(D)it does not have to rely too much on display type
33.One of the examples given of types of classified advertisement is______.
(A)houses for sale
(B)people who are asking for help
(C)people who are lost
(D)real antiques for sale
34.What sort of attitude do people have when they look at classified advertisement, according to the writer?
(A)They are in the frame of mind to buy anything.
(B)They are looking for something they need.
(C)They feel lost because there are so many advertisements.
(D)They feel the same as when they look at display advertisements.
35.According to the passage, in which way have the classified advertisements changed nowadays?
(A)They depend more on display type.
(B)More money is charged for them.
(C)They are divided into more groups.
(D)They are less formal.
36.Why have classified advertisements changed in appearance?
(A)Because people no longer want headlines and pictures.
(B)Because real estate advertising is particularly truthful now.
(C)Because the increase in the number of such advertisements means they have to be small now.
(D)Because there are more advertisements now and more competition among advertisers.
Rae Armantrout, who has been a poetry professor at the University of California San Diego( UCSD) for two decades, has won the 2010 Pulitzer Prize in the poetry category for her most recent book, Versed. " I'm delighted and amazed at how much media recognition that the Pulitzer brings, as compared to even the National Book Critics Circle Award, which I was also surprised and delighted to win, "said Armantrout. " For a long time, my writing has been just below the media radar, and to have this kind of attention, suddenly, with my 10th book, is really surprising. " Armantrout, a native Californian, received her bachelor's degree at UC Berkeley, where she studied with noted poet Denise Levertov, and her master's in creative writing from San Francisco State University. She is a founding member of Language Poets, a group in American poetry that analyzes the way language is used and raises questions to make the reader think. In March, she won the National Book Critics Circle Award for Versed. " This book has gotten more attention, " Armantrout said, " but I don't feel as if it's better. " The first half of Versed focuses on the dark forces taking hold of the United States as it fought the war against Iraq. The second half looks at the dark forces casting a shadow over her own life after Armantrout was diagnosed with cancer in 2006. Armantrout was shocked to learn she had won the Pulitzer but many of her colleagues were not. " Rae Armantrout is a unique voice in American poetry, "said Seth Lerer, head of Arts and Humanities at UCSD. Versed, published by the Wesleyan University Press, did appear in a larger printing than her earlier works, which is about 2, 700 copies. The new edition is scheduled to appear in May.
38.According to Rae Armantrout, ______.
(A)her 10th book is much better
(B)her winning the Pulitzer is unexpected
(C)the media is surprised at her works
(D)she likes being recognized by her readers
39.Which of the following is true of Rae Armantrout?
(A)She published a poetry textbook
(B)She used to teach Denise Levertov.
(C)She started a poets' group with others.
(D)She taught creative writing at UC Berkeley.
40.What can we learn about Versed?
(A)It consists of three parts.
(B)It is mainly about the American army.
(C)It is a book published two decades ago.
(D)It partly concerns the poet's own life.
41.Rae Armantrout's colleagues think that she______.
(A)should write more
(B)has a sweet voice
(C)deserves the prize
(D)is a strange professor
42.What can we learn from the text?
(A)About 2, 700 copies of Versed will be printed.
(B)Cancer made Armantrout stop writing.
(C)Armantrout got her degrees at UCSD.
(D)Versed has been awarded twice.
完形填空---为题目类型
There was a time when parents who wanted an educational present for their children would buy a typewriter, a globe or an encyclopedia set. Now those【C1】______seem hopelessly old-fashioned: this Christmas, there were a lot of personal computers under the tree. Convinced that computers are the key to success, parents are also frantically insisting that children【C2】______taught to use them in school as early as possible. The problem for schools is that when it 【C3】______computers, parents don't always know best. Many schools are yielding to parental impatience and are purchasing hardware【C4】______sound educational planning so they can say, " OK, we've moved into the computer age. " Teachers found themselves caught in the middle of the problem—between parent pressure and wise educational decisions. Educators do not even agree【C5】______how computers should be used. A lot of money is going for computerized educational materials【C6】______research has shown can be taught just as well with pencil and paper. Even those who believe that all children should have access to computers, warn of potential【C7】______to the very young. The temptation remains strong largely because young children【C8】______so well to computers. First graders have been seen willing to work for two hours on math skills. Some have an attention span of 20 minutes. Not every school can afford to go into computing, and that creates【C9】______another problem: a division between the haves and have-nots. Very few parents are agitating for computer instruction in poor school districts,【C10】______there may be barely enough money to pay the reading teacher.
44.【C1】
(A)items
(B)toys
(C)sets
(D)series
45.【C2】
(A)are
(B)be
(C)are being
(D)were
46.【C3】
(A)talks about
(B)comes to
(C)turns to
(D)mentions
47.【C4】
(A)without
(B)with
(C)through
(D)for
48.【C5】
(A)on
(B)with
(C)to
(D)about
49.【C6】
(A)however
(B)it
(C)what
(D)that
50.【C7】
(A)approaches
(B)exposures
(C)dangers
(D)harmful
51.【C8】
(A)adopt
(B)keep
(C)adapt
(D)devote
52.【C9】
(A)already
(B)of course
(C)in addition
(D)yet
53.【C10】
(A)for
(B)in any case
(C)although
(D)where
作文---为题目类型
55.“Planning is good,but doing is better.”是一句英国名言。请以此为题目用英语写一篇100~120词的短文。 要求如下: (1)简述你对这句名言的理解: (2)用一个具体事例加以说明; (3)给出恰当的结尾。 注意: (1)文章的标题已给出(不计词数): (2)文中不得以任何形式透露地区、学校、老师或同学姓名等真实信息,否则按作弊行为认定。
教学设计---为题目类型
56.请根据以下材料,为四年级的学生设计一个课时的活动课。请写出设计理念、活动目标、活动准备和活动过程。中英文皆可。

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