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填空题---为题目类型
1.In the word "unforgettable" , the root is______.
2.小学英语课程评价中,______也称“事后评价”,一般是在教学活动告一段落后,为了了解教学活动最终效果而进行的评价,学期末或学年末进行的各科考试、考核都属于这种评价。
3.学生对学习加以计划、实施、反思、评价和调整的行动和步骤属于______策略。
4.听说法注重语音和口语训练,在语言技能训练的顺序安排上主张______,学生在老师的指导下开展操练活动或在对话中担任角色。
5.3P教学模式中,在______(英文)阶段学生通过角色扮演、做任务等学习活动运用所学知识自由地进行交际表达。
词汇结构与语法---为题目类型
6.open
(A)become
(B)across
(C)lonely
(D)balcony
7.brown
(A)however
(B)sorrow
(C)knowledge
(D)owner
8.physics
(A)pleasure
(B)music
(C)sure
(D)increase
9.tasted
(A)walked
(B)learned
(C)visited
(D)played
10.enough
(A)tough
(B)daughter
(C)high
(D)light
11.Renaissance, the revival of classical literature and artistic styles in European history, began in orthern______in the early 14th century and was typified by the universal genius of______.
(A)France: William Shakespeare
(B)Italy: Leonardo Da Vinci
(C)England: Edmund Spenser
(D)Germany: Goethe
12.Which one of the following does not belong to Shakespeare?
(A)Merchant of Venice
(B)Julius Caesar
(C)King Lear
(D)The Jew of Malta
13.Last summer I went to Mountain Tai to watch the sun
(A)raise
(B)rise
(C)to rise
(D)raising
14.Scientists have advanced many theories about why human beings cry tears, none of______has een proved.
(A)whom
(B)which
(C)what
(D)that
15.When their children lived far away from them, these old people felt______from the world.
(A)carried away
(B)broken down
(C)cut off
(D)brought up
16.In this article, you need to back up general statements with______examples.
(A)specific
(B)permanent
(C)abstract
(D)universal
17.George______too far. His coffee is still warm.
(A)must have gone
(B)might have gone
(C)can't have gone
(D)needn't have gone
18."Underlining all the past form verbs in the dialogue"is a typical exercise focusing on______.
(A)use
(B)form
(C)meaning
(D)function
19.儿童的英语学习特点是形象思维占优势,因此在教学过程中常可利用实物、图片、录音机、幻灯片等电化教学设备进行形象教学,这样可以快速吸引学生的注意力,有利于儿童建立清晰明确的概念。这是小学英语教学实践中教师所采用的______。
(A)多媒体辅助教学法
(B)游戏活动法
(C)操练式教学法
(D)任务型教学法
20.词汇教学在小学英语教学中具有重要的作用。词汇教学首先应考虑的问题是______。
(A)词汇教学的内容
(B)词汇记忆策略
(C)词汇教学的模式
(D)词汇的选择
阅读理解---为题目类型
In many parts of the world cars play an essential role in daily life and many societies would cease to function without them. So, the claims that in 20 years' time, no one will own cars may be hard to believe. But this is the prediction made by a team of transport researchers who are taken seriously, not only by governments but also by car manufacturers. The Human Science and Advanced Technology Institute at Loughborough in the U. K. is part of an international research program. The team there believes that by 2020 all cars will be computerized which will mean gigantic fuel savings, no accidents and better use of roads. The super-intelligent car of the 21st century will drive itself, and it will not be owned by one individual. Instead, we will have a choice of cars and change them as frequently as we change our clothing. According to Dr. David Davies, who leads the research team, these predictions are based on the rising cost of the car culture, which had blocked up our cities, polluted our air, and caused more deaths than both world wars put together. Davies says, cars will be fitted with intelligent cruise-control devices to regulate the distance between one car and another. Brakes and accelerators will become redundant because the car will automatically speed up, or slow down, to match the speed of the car in front. Computers are much safer drivers than people, so cars and trains will be able to drive much closer together than cars driven by people. By 2010, David Davies maintains, car technology will give motorists a clear view of the road, whatever the weather conditions, by projecting an image of the road ahead onto the car's windscreen. And, by 2020, cars will travel in convoy, linked to each other electronically. Cars will be connected by an electronic towbar to the car in front to form"road-train". "The front vehicle in such a train would burn the normal amount of fuel, " says Davies. " But all the others in the train would burn about ten percent of the normal amount, and so produce about ten percent of the pollution. "
21.We know from the passage that governments and car manufactures______.
(A)do not believe the prediction that no one will own cars by 2020
(B)are dedicated to the technological innovation in car industry
(C)consider the predictions made by the researchers seriously
(D)have put the super-intelligent car into mass production
22.Which of the following will be the characteristic of the cars of 2020?
(A)Brake and accelerator will play more important role in cars.
(B)We will own as many cars as we want.
(C)All cars will be driven by computers.
(D)Cars will produce more pollution than present ones.
23.The leader of the research team believes that the present car culture will change because______.
(A)cars play a very important role in daily life
(B)many societies would stop functioning without car
(C)car should not be owned by one individual
(D)it causes more and more agonies to human society
24.The expression______is closest in meaning to the phrase "in convoy".
(A)in line
(B)sidelong
(C)side by side
(D)next to one another
25.What will happen if cars are linked to each other electronically in 2020?
(A)Motorists will get a clear view of the road.
(B)The weather conditions will not have effect on motorists.
(C)There will be a decrease in the pollution caused by car.
(D)All trains will burn less fuel than present.
As a third-generation native of Brownsville, Texas, Mildred Garza never planned to move away. Even when her daughter and son asked her to move to San Antonio to help with their children, she politely refused. Only after a year of friendly discussion did Ms. Garza finally say yes. That was four years ago. Today all three generations regard the move as a success, giving them a closer relationship than they would have had in separate cities. No statistics show the number of grandparents like Garza who are moving closer to their children and grandchildren. Yet there is evidence suggesting that the trend is growing. Even President Obama's mother-in-law , Marian Robinson, has agreed to leave Chicago and move into the White House to help care for her granddaughters. According to a study from grandparents, com, 83 percent of the people said Mrs. Robinson's decision will influence grandparents in the American family. Two-thirds believe more families will follow the example of Obama's family. "In the 1960s we were all a little wild and couldn't get away from home far enough or fast enough to prove we could do it on our own, " says Christine Crosby, publisher of Grand, a magazine for grandparents. " We now realize how important family is and how important it is to be near them, especially when you're raising children. " Moving is not for everyone. Almost every grandparent wants to be with his or her grandchildren and is willing to make sacrifices, but sometimes it is wiser to say no and visit frequently instead. Having your grandchildren far away is hard, especially knowing your adult child is struggling, but giving up the life you know may be harder.
27.Why was Garza's move a success?
(A)It strengthened her family ties.
(B)It improved her living conditions.
(C)It enabled her to make more friends.
(D)It helped her know more places.
28.What was the reaction of the public to Mrs. Robinson's decision?
(A)17% expressed their support for it.
(B)Few people responded sympathetically.
(C)32% believed it had a bad influence.
(D)The majority suggested it was a trend.
29.What did Crosby say about people in the 1960s?
(A)They were unsure of themselves.
(B)They were eager to raise more children.
(C)They wanted to live away from their parents.
(D)They had little experiences for their grandparents.
30.What's the meaning of the underline word in the last paragraph?
(A)judicious
(B)stupid
(C)sanguine
(D)foolish
31.What does the author suggest the grandparents do in the last paragraph?
(A)Make decisions in the best interests of their own.
(B)Ask their children to pay more visits to them.
(C)Sacrifice for their struggling children.
(D)Get to know themselves better.
完形填空---为题目类型
Have you ever wondered what our future is like? Practically all people exhibit a desire to predict their future【C1】______. Most people seem inclined to undertake this task using causal reasoning. First we generally recognize that future circumstances are【C2】______caused or conditioned by present ones. We learn that getting an education will affect how much money we earn later and that swimming beyond the reef may bring an unhappy【C3】______with a shark. Second, people also learn that such【C4】______of cause and effect are probabilistic in nature. That is, the effects occur more often when the causes occur than when the causes are absent, but not always. 【C5】______, students learn that studying hard produce good grades in most instances, but not every time. Science makes these concepts of causality and probability more【C6】______and provides techniques for dealing with them more accurately than does causal human inquiry. In looking at ordinary human inquiry, we need to distinguish between prediction and understanding. Often, even if we don't understand why, we are willing to act【C7】______the basis of a demonstrated predictive ability. Whatever the primitive drives【C8】______motivate human beings, satisfying them depends heavily on the ability to predict future circumstances. The attempt to predict is often played in a context of knowledge and understanding. If you can understand why certain regular patterns【C9】______, you can predict better than if you simply observe those patterns. Thus, human inquiry aims at answering both"what"and"why"questions, and we pursue these【C10】______by observing and figuring out.
33.【C1】
(A)contexts
(B)circumstances
(C)inspections
(D)intuitions
34.【C2】
(A)somehow
(B)somewhat
(C)anyhow
(D)whereas
35.【C3】
(A)meeting
(B)occurrence
(C)encounter
(D)contact
36.【C4】
(A)patterns
(B)designs
(C)arrangements
(D)styles
37.【C5】
(A)Thus
(B)Yet
(C)However
(D)Therefore
38.【C6】
(A)obscure
(B)indistinct
(C)explicit
(D)explosive
39.【C7】
(A)at
(B)on
(C)to
(D)under
40.【C8】
(A)why
(B)how
(C)that
(D)where
41.【C9】
(A)happen
(B)occur
(C)occupy
(D)incur
42.【C10】
(A)purposes
(B)ambitions
(C)drives
(D)goals
翻译句子---为题目类型
44.我们的身体夜晚需要休息,白天需要清醒。大多数人的身体每晚需要8到8.5个小时的睡眠才能正常运转。找到更多的时间、更好的睡眠方法可能是个挑战。科学家已经确认了80多种不同的睡眠紊乱症(sleep disorders)。有些睡眠紊乱症是遗传的。但是,许多睡眠紊乱症是由于熬夜,经常跨时区旅行以及上夜班而引起的。
45.These aspects of her personality I came to know gradually over the coming months. What struck me first were the outward things, her animation and expressiveness. I couldn't tell whether this was something she was born with, or whether the projection of emotion which she had learned as an actress had become second nature. When indignant, her eyes would flash fire, when happy she would laugh unrestrained like a child. She had not remarried because she had not found anyone for whom she could care enough and who would respect her independence.
作文---为题目类型
46.假设你是Jill,你的好朋友李芳是大学四年级学生,正在考虑是考研究生继续深造还是大学毕业后就踏上工作岗位。请用150词左右给她写封信表明你的态度。
教学设计---为题目类型
47.请根据所提供的小学英语五年级教学内容,依据英语课程标准和语言学习规律,分析教学重难点,按照新课导入、知识呈现、练习巩固、拓展延伸等具体环节设计一个课时的教案,并在恰当之处辅以设计意图说明。中英文皆可。

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