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填空题---为题目类型
1.交际法的语言观认为,语言是表达意义的系统,其基本功能是______。
2.教学目标中的三维目标分别是:知识与能力、______和情感态度与价值观。
3.______就是教师自觉地把自己作为研究对象,研究自己的教学实践、教学行为、教学观念、教学效果,是对自己的教学行为分析再认识的过程。
4.小学生阅读教学的目的之一是培养小学生的______。
5.作为一个单元,一个学期或一门课程的最终质量测量手段,______评价应该具有总括性。
案例题---为题目类型
6.案例材料:以下是针对人教版PEP英语三年级下册教材Unit5 Do you like pears?Part A Let's learn部分,词汇教学的两个教学案例。 案例1:水果类单词教学 教师让每一个学生准备一种水果,同时要保密;教师也准备一些可品尝的水果,新授完水果类单词后: T:Let's play a game“touch,smell,taste and say”. Close your eyes,first touch the fruit,say the names of the fruit. Close your eyes,then smell the fruit,say the names of the fruit. Close your eyes,taste the fruit,say the names of the fruit. 一部分学生进行“touch and say”,一部分学生进行“smell and say”,一部分学生进行“taste and say”,由于学生对水果充满了兴趣,因此对这类游戏也很喜欢,教师在游戏前说明规则,并且进行了示范。所以游戏过程秩序井然,达到了预期的操练效果。 案例2:水果类单词教学 教师新授和巩固操练完水果类单词pear,apple,orange,banana和表达喜好的句型“Do you like it? Yes,I do./No,I don't.”后,设计了一个调查任务:了解同学喜欢的水果。感觉课堂气氛非常活跃,学生投入十分积极,一问一答,说得都不错,可是仔细一听,其实并不能对他们问句的实际意义做出正确的判断,在回答调查提问时,随意性非常大,大部分学生回答时几乎不假思索,多用肯定句“Yes,I do.”有的还会出现针对同一水果,对A回答“喜欢”,对B回答“不喜欢”的情况。对于这样的调查结果,教师很难检测其正确度和可信度,活动流于形式,没有真正对学习情况起到评价作用。 问题:请根据以上两个教学案例的描述,先判断活动分别属于词汇教学中的音形匹配、音义匹配、音形义匹配或词汇综合运用活动中的哪种操练活动,并分析这两个案例活动是否合理,如有不合理之处,给出改进建议。
词汇结构与语法---为题目类型
7.—Would you like tea or coffee? —______is OK. I really don't mind.
(A)None
(B)Either
(C)Neither
(D)Both
8.Mrs. Green wants to buy that kind of cloth because she ______ that the cloth ______ very well.
(A)has been told: washes
(B)is told: washes
(C)has been told: is washed
(D)is told: is washed
9.—May I sit here? —Sorry.______rows are reserved for special guests.
(A)First two
(B)The two first
(C)The first two
(D)Two first
10.The school has made it a rule that no student shall take an illegal vehicle______a school bus.
(A)other than
(B)rather than
(C)or rather
(D)or else
11.Some of these problems, similar to______of living in outer space, are pressure, lack of oxygen and weightlessness.
(A)that
(B)it
(C)one
(D)those
12.We______last night, but we went to the concert instead.
(A)must have studied
(B)might study
(C)should have studied
(D)would study
13.Some people purpose to move Teachers' Day to September 28, ______ is believed to be the birthday of Confucius.
(A)when
(B)which
(C)where
(D)that
14.No one can walk the wire in the air without a bit of fear unless______very young.
(A)having trained
(B)trained
(C)to be trained
(D)being trained
15.The headmaster hurried to the concert hall only______the speaker______.
(A)to find: left
(B)to find: gone
(C)finding: left
(D)finding: gone
16.We want such materials______can bear high temperature and pressure.
(A)that
(B)as
(C)what
(D)which
17.—Shall we go to Alberta for the summer holiday? —______. It's one of the world's cleanest cities.
(A)Sounds great
(B)Not at all
(C)You're kidding
(D)You're welcome
18.The capital of Australia is______.
(A)Sydney
(B)Melbourne
(C)Canberra
(D)Perth
19.Who is the author of The Waste Landl
(A)George Bernard Shaw
(B)W.B. Yeats
(C)Dylan Thomas
(D)T. S. Eliot
20.刘老师在教学中积极创设英语教学情境,营造民主、友好的学习氛围,建立平等的师生关系。这种做法符合《义务教育英语课程标准》(2011年版)中的______要求。
(A)学习兴趣
(B)学习动机
(C)文化意识
(D)情感态度
21.教学设计实质上是对教师课堂教学行为的一种事先筹划,是对学生达成教学目标,表现出学业进步的______做出的精心安排。
(A)结果和成绩
(B)原因和目标
(C)巩固和复习
(D)条件和情境
阅读理解---为题目类型
If you want to help children develop language and speech skills, UCLA researchers say, listening to what they have to say is just as important as talking to them. The effect of a conversation between a child and an adult is about six times as great as the effect of adult speech input alone, the researchers found. " Adults speaking to children helps language develop, but what matters much more is the interaction, " said the study's lead author, Frederick Zimmerman, an associate professor in the School of Public Health at the University of California, Los Angeles. The researchers also found that TV viewing didn't have much of an effect—positively or negatively—as long as it wasn't displacing conversations between an adult and a child. The UCLA study included 275 families with children between 2 months and 48 months old. They represented a variety of incomes and education. The researcher found that, in an average day, children heard about 13 , 000 spoken words from adults and participated in about 400 adult-child conversations a day. Assessed separately, factors positively associated with language development included each additional 100 conversations a day and each 1, 000 word increase in the number of words spoken by adults and heard by children. When looked at alone, TV was negatively associated with language development. But, when the three factors were analyzed together, the only one that stood out was conversation between adults and children. " The more a child speaks and interacts with an adult, the better idea a parent has about where the child is "Zimmerman said. "Although it's mostly done unconsciously, parents will provide feedback and correct mistakes. They'll also tailor their speech to the child. Parents can give a child words by talking to them about what they're doing, such as, ' I'm putting on your pajamas now'. But give your child the opportunity to talk, hopefully without the rest of the noise in the environment, " she added. " If parent can carve out some conversation time—maybe at bath time or at dinner time—that's a wonderful thing. "
22.The researchers also found that TV viewing______.
(A)had a little effect on a child's language development
(B)could have a positive effect on a child's language development
(C)affected a child's language development both negatively and positively
(D)affected a child's language development more negatively than positively
23.Frederick Zimmerman would probably agree that______.
(A)children should watch TV programs selectively
(B)parents should let their children talk most of the time
(C)the conversation between parents and children should be a two-way street
(D)it's no good for parents to correct their children's mistakes when they are speaking
24.The underlined phrase" stood out" in the fourth paragraph means______.
(A)to not get involved
(B)to take place
(C)to be easily seen
(D)to support
25.We can conclude from the last paragraph that______.
(A)parents should let a child repeat what he or she says
(B)parents should leave a child talking in a quiet environment
(C)parent-child conversation can be carried out at any proper time
(D)bath time or dinner time is the best chance for a parent to talk to a child
26.What would be the best title for the passage?
(A)Talk with Kids, not at Them
(B)How to Develop a Child's Language Ability
(C)Let Your Children Voice Their own Opinions
(D)The Importance of Early Child Language Development
Scientists today are making greater effort to study ocean currents. Most do it using satellites and other high-tech equipment. However, ocean expert Curtis Ebbesmeyer does it in a special way—by studying movements of random floating garbage. A scientist with many years' experience, he started this type of research in the early 1990s when he heard about hundreds of athletic shoes washing up on the shores of the northwest coast of the United States. There were so many shoes that people were setting up swap meets to try and match left and right shoes to sell or wear. Ebbesmeyer found out in his researches that the shoes—about 60, 000 in total—fell into the ocean in a shipping accident. He phoned the shoe company and asked if they wanted the shoes back. As expected, the company told him that they didn't. Ebbesmeyer realized this could be a great experiment. If he learned when and where the shoes went into the water and tracked where they landed, he could learn a lot about the patterns of ocean currents. The Pacific Northwest is one of the world's best areas for beachcombing because winds and currents join here, and as a result, there is a group of serious beachcombers in the area. Ebbesmeyer got to know a lot of them and asked for their help in collecting information about where the shoes landed. In a year he collected reliable information on 1600 shoes. With this data, he and a colleague were able to test and improve a computer program designed to model ocean currents, and publish the findings of their study. As the result of his work, Ebbesmeyer has become known as the scientist to call with questions about any unusual objects found floating in the ocean. He has even started an association of beachcombers and ocean experts, with 500 subscribers from West Africa to New Zealand. They have recorded all lost objects ranging from potatoes to golf gloves.
28.The underlined phrase" swap meets" in Paragraph 1 is closest in meaning to______.
(A)fitting rooms
(B)trading fairs
(C)business talks
(D)group meetings
29.Ebbesmeyer phoned the shoe company to find out______.
(A)what caused the shipping accident
(B)when and where the shoes went missing
(C)whether it was all right to use their shoes
(D)how much they lost in the shipping accident
30.How did Ebbesmeyer prove his assumption?
(A)By collecting information from beachcombers.
(B)By studying the shoes found by beachcombers.
(C)By searching the web for ocean currents models.
(D)By researching ocean currents data in the library.
31.Ebbesmeyer is most famous for______.
(A)traveling widely the coastal cities of the world
(B)making records for any lost objects on the sea
(C)running a global currents research association
(D)phoning about any doubtful objects on the sea
32.What is the purpose of the author in writing this passage?
(A)To call people's attention to ocean pollution.
(B)To warn people of shipping safety in the ocean.
(C)To explain a unique way of studying ocean currents.
(D)To give tips on how to search for lost objects on the beach.
翻译句子---为题目类型
34.A century ago American men outnumbered and outlived the women. But in the 20th century, women began living longer, primarily because pregnancy and childbirth had become less dangerous. The gap grew steadily. In 1946, for the first time ever in the United States, females outnumbered males. Part of the reasons are self-inflicted. Men smoke more than women, drink more and take more life-threatening chances. Men are murdered (usually by other men) three times as often as women are. They commit suicide at a higher rate and have more than twice as many fatal car accidents as women do.
作文---为题目类型
35.Write a composition entitled "Is Stress a Bad Thing?" You should write at least 150 words according to the outline given below in Chinese. (1)有的人害怕压力; (2)有的人认为压力是一件好事; (3)我的看法。
教学设计---为题目类型
36.请根据图片内容,确定教学目标、教学重难点和主要教学步骤,设计一节词汇课的教学方案。(中英文皆可) 教学材料:

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