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2015 秋高三英语作业(15) 编写:黄士龙 班级_____________姓名______________学号_______审核_____________ 第一节 单项填空 (共 15 题;每小题 1 分,满分 15 分) 21. Being able to afford _______ drink would be ______ comfort in those tough

times. A.the; the B.a; a C.a; 不填 D.不填;a

22. She prefers the sofa made of real leather although it costs more than that made of ___leather. A. fascinating B. permanent C. artificial D. Conventional

23. After class, Mr. Li’s extra instructions to the class helped ____the assignment to his students. A. classify B. clarify C. cater D. compensate

24. It can be easy to ______such bad habits as smoking and drinking, but it is not so easy to quit. A. slide into B. turn into C. put into D. draft into

25. My demand is that the information_______ in my report _____ to Mr. Brown without delay. A. referred to, to be e-mailed to ,e-mailed C. referred to, be e-mailed D. referring to, being e-mailed B. referring

26. To order tickets for the 2016 Riode Janeiro Olympic Games, just call 00982012. It _______ be simpler. A. must B. could C. mustn’t D. couldn’t

27. ____along the quiet road at forty miles an hour, and then an old man suddenly started to cross the road in front of me. A. Driving B. When I was driving C. I was driving D. Having driven

28. The inner connection for the entire area _____when there was a sudden power cut yesterday. A. lost B. was lost C. had lost D. had been lost

29. _____ of danger in the street at night, she had to go home, with a friend ____ her.

A. Warning, following C. Having been warned, following

B. Having warned, following D. Warned, followed

30. Men are more suited to occupational environments ________ require decisive action while women are better at jobs ________ a considered approach is most important. A. which; that B. /; when C. which; when D. that; where

31. A scientist who can speak English is in closer touch with those of other countries than ______ who doesn’t. A. that B. those C. / D. one

32. — Mr. Smith never means what he says.I dislike him. — ______________, as the saying goes. A. A single flower does not make a spring B. A still tongue makes a wise head C. A man of words and not of deeds is like a garden full of weeds D. Actions speak louder than words. 33. __________ after a whole day’s work that he could hardly stand it. A. So he was tired and hungry C. So tired and hungry was he B. Was he so tired and hungry D. So tired and hungry he was

34. Everybody knows about it! No one knows _________ prevented the rumor from spreading. A. what was it that that 35. --Wow, isn’t this handsome device the most popular iphone5? Can I have a look at it? --______. A. No, you can’t B. Sorry, it’s expensive C. Of course, it looks good D. Yes, go ahead 第二节完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 20 分) My parents passed away ten years ago and I miss them terribly. But I know they are with me every day in what they taught me and in the morning my father’s message to me was: “Remember that 36 37 they gave me. Every you walk out of this B. what it was that C. how it was that D. why it was

door, you carry responsibility, the good name of this family, the hopes and dreams of your mom and dad. My mother often urged me to 38 the high standards she set

for me. When I was in high school, I played in a rock band with friends in my class. We were devoted and practiced constantly. We moved past the guys–in–a–garage stage and 39 to be pretty good, doing getting–paid gigs (演奏会) most weekends, which 40 . At that time, though part of me was 41 up in that band, another 42 of my origin and a dedicated

made me

part of me was the oldest son in the Clark family,

student busy applying to colleges. Without even telling my parents, I applied to Harvard. I didn’t think I had much chance of getting in, 43 I wanted to try.

So I was riding around being Mr Cool Rock Musician half of the time, and the other half I was focused on family and 44 goals. I was running on parallel 45 .

When the group won a city wide Battle of the Bands, things heated up. My band mates had stars in their eyes – we might be able to make it big. However, I began to feel 46 . I realized I was on quite different tracks: I 48 47 was becoming

two people,

identities back and forth depending on who I was with. I had to 49 , my parents’ words were right there, helping

make an option. As I considered my

me to see that my dreams weren’t about signing a record deal, letting my hair grow, and living in a tour bus. So I I was crazy to withdraw 52 50 out. My bandmasters were 51 . They thought

the peak of real success. But however successful that 53 , with my feeling of what I was

band got, I knew it wasn’t in line with my 54

to do, with who I was – it simply wasn’t me. In that instant and in many others throughout my life, my parent’s advice has

helped me recenter and I carried. 36. A. property 37. A. when 38. A. come up with 39. A. got 40. A. lost 41. A. wrapped 42. A. scared 43. A. if 44. A. economic 45. A. tracks 46. A. confident

55 . I could remember who I was – the hopes and dreams

B. advice B. before B. stand up to B. failed B. disappointed B. centred B. proud B. unless B. political B. ways B. optimistic

C. guide C. while C. live up to C. hoped C. confused C. spent C. guilty C. until C. academic C. processes C. cheerful

D. aid D. since D. keep pace with D. attempted D. thrilled D. offered D. ashamed D. yet D. literary D. directions D. uncomfortable

47. A. exactly 48. A. switching 49. A. conditions 50. A. gave 51. A. disturbed 52. A. in 53. A. goals 54. A. meant 55. A. recall

B. actually B. acting B. choices B. looked B. cool B. to B. interests B. demanded B. refocus

C. eventually C. discovering C. competence C. called C. shocked C. by C. personality C. forced C. rebuild

D. fortunately D. seeking D. health D. dropped D. tolerant D. at D. consideration D. aimed D. reunite

第二卷(两部分,共 35 分) 第四部分 任务型阅读(共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) Guiding students through open-ended discussions can help students develop their understanding of the nature of science. One useful practice in classroom discussions involves developing a discussion map. A discussion map is a graphic timeline created by the teacher on which a discussion is recorded --- who initially states the idea and who adds to or refuses the idea. Discussion maps let teachers gain a deep understanding of students’ level of participation, the origins of ideas, and the claims that seem meaningful, useful, and/or reasonable to students. They also give the teacher an idea of students’ science thoughts of phenomena and ideas. To make a discussion map, the teacher needs to do a couple of things. First, the teacher needs to keep informed of the ideas that are shared and who shared the idea. The teacher does this as the children talk, making quick notes of the ideas and thoughts. It can be helpful to record the discussion, but it isn’t required. Then, after the discussion is over, the teacher reflectively creates the discussion map to clarify the understanding of the ideas and connections that students were making in their talk. Educators have identified discussions as consistent with reform recommendations in that they help children learn about the nature science and are useful in combining literacy and science. It is suggested that discussions can be useful for teachers in evaluating students’ ideas and building excitement as science. Discussions offer

windows on students’ thinking, provide students who struggle in reading and writing with a chance to participate more actively in class, and create situations where students can express their ideas differently than in traditional schools tasks. However, I suggest that there are additional reasons for having reasoned discussions in classrooms. First, discussions like this allow students to use their own vocabulary --- the words and terms that make sense to them and their classmates --- to drive the intellectual and academic work of understand phenomena. Many times learning science can become focused on learning terms but not necessarily understanding and explaining phenomena. Second, discussions allow students to think about their experiences and the things that they know and try to reconcile these with science ideas. This is challenging, but working together with classmates can help. Finally, reasoned discussions are fundamentally scientific because they offer an open forum that allows all students to be heard, and students’ ideas can be evaluated and connected to their experiences with scientific explanations of those phenomena. For example, during the children’s reasoned discussion about plants, the group came to the agreement that seeds grow into plants. The students understood that most seeds get buried in the ground, the seeds get wet, and then plants grow. This led to a question about whether the seed was still in the ground when the plant had grown into an adult plant. The students came up with several ideas about where the seeds were. During this conversation, the teacher took careful notes so that later investigations could respond to the questions that children were asking. Thus the students were working together using their ideas and understandings and realized something as a group that they didn’t understand as individuals. Discussion maps make sense! Passage outline The (71)______ Supporting details A discussion map is a graphic timeline the teacher creates to record a discussion by initially (72)___ the idea and adding to or refusing the idea. advantages With discussion maps, teachers can get a deep understanding not

of a discussion map The

of maps

discussion

only of how students (73)______, who put forward the ideas, and the claims that seem meaningful, useful, and/or reasonable to the students, but also of what the students think of phenomena and ideas in scientific ways. The teacher (74)______ quick notes of the children’s ideas and

The procedure of thoughts as they talk. Afterwards, he or she reflectively making discussion map and connections made by students in their talk. ? Discussions are consistent with reform recommendations because they help children learn about the nature of science Educators’ (76)_________ ? for having reasoned discussions ? and (77)______ literacy and science. Discussions can be useful for teachers in evaluating students’ ideas and building excitement at science. Discussions offer windows on students’ thinking, enable slow students to take a more (78)______ part in class, and allow students to express their ideas differently than in traditional school tasks. The author’s reasons for having reasoned discussions Reasoned discussions allow students to use their own (79)______ to drive the intellectual and academic work of understanding phenomena and reconcile their (80)______ and knowledge with science ideas. They are also fundamentally scientific. 2015 秋高三英语作业(16) 编写:黄士龙 班级_____________姓名______________学号_______审核_____________ A Some say every day miracles are predestined (注定的)---- All that’s necessary is readiness, the right circumstance for the appointed meeting. And it can happen anywhere. In 1999, 11-year-old Kevin Stephan was a bat boy for his younger brother's Little League team in Lancaster, New York. It was an early evening in late July. Kevin was a (75)______ the map to clarify the understanding of the ideas

standing on the grass away from the plate, where another youngster was warming up for the next game. Swinging his bat back and forth, and giving it all the power an elementary school kid could give, the boy brought the bat back hard and hit Kevin in the chest. His heart stopped. When Kevin fell to the ground, the mother of one of the players rushed out of the stands to his aid. Penny Brown hadn't planned to be there that day, but at the last minute, she had changed her shift (轮班) at the hospital, and she was given the night off. Penny bent over the senseless boy, his face already starting to turn blue, and giving CPR, breathing into his mouth and giving chest compressions (按 压). And he came to life. After his recovery, he became a volunteer junior firefighter, learning some of the emergency first-aid techniques that had saved his life. He studied hard in school and was saving money for college by working as a dishwasher in a local restaurant in his spare time. Kevin, now 17, was working in the kitchen when he heard people screaming, customers in confusion, employees rushing toward a table. He hurried into the main room and saw a woman there, her face turning blue, her hands at her throat. She was choking . Quickly Kevin stepped behind her, wrapped his arms around her and clasped his hands. Then, using skills he'd first learned in Scouts, the food that was trapped in the woman's throat was freed. The color began to return to her face. “The food was stuck. I couldn't breathe,” she said. She thought she was dying. “I was very frightened.” Who was the woman? Penny Brown.

56. Kevin Stephan fell to the ground and fainted probably because ________. A. he stood close to the boy who was swinging his bat B. he suffered from heart attack all of a sudden C. he was too excited when watching the game D. he swung the bat too hard to keep his balance 57. Which of the following statements is True of Kevin Stephan? A. He was hit on the face by a boy and almost lost his life.

B. He was a volunteer junior firefighter, teaching the players first-aid skills. C. He worked part-time in a local restaurant to save money for college. D. He saved Penny Brown though he didn’t really know how to deal with food choke 58. Why did Penny Brown change her shift and was given the night off that night? A. She was there to give her son directions. B. She volunteered to give medical services. C. She was a little worried about her son’s safety. D. She came to watch her son’s game and cheered him . B Today is National Bike-to-Work Day. And on New York City’s jammed streets, people are cycling on hundreds of miles of new bike lanes. But New York’s widespread efforts to make streets safer for bikes have also left some locals complaining about the loss of parking spots and lanes for cars. When the weather is good, Aaron Naparstek likes to pedal(用踏板踩)his two young kids to school on a special Dutch-made bicycle. Naparstek supports the new lane. Aaron: The bike lane on Prospect Park West is really introducing a lot of new people to the idea that it’s possible to use a bike in New York City for transportation or to travel around. This is what 21
st

century New York City looks like.

Prospect Park West is still a one-way road, but where it used to have three lanes of car traffic, now it has two, plus a protected bike lane. Supporters say that makes the road safer for everyone, including pedestrians, by slowing down cars and taking bikes off the sidewalk. But some longtime residents disagree. Lois Carswell is president of a group called Seniors for Safety. She says the two-way bike lane is dangerous to older residents who are used to one-way traffic. Lois: We wanted a lane — the right kind of lane that would keep everybody safe, that would keep the bikers safe. But we want it to be done the right way. And it has not been done the right way. Craig Palmer builds bars and restaurants in Manhattan. I was interviewing him for a different story when he brought up the bike lanes all on his own. Craig: I think the biggest problem is that Bloomberg put all these bike lanes in. You took what used to be a full street and you’re shrinking it.

Then there are the Hasidic Jews in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, who forced the city to remove a bike lane through their neighborhood. But polls show that the majority of New Yorkers support bike lanes by a margin of 56% to 39%. Bicycle advocate Caroline Samponaro of Transportation Alternatives calls that a mandate. Caroline: If this was an election, we would have already had our victory. The public has spoken and they keep speaking. And I think, more importantly, the public is starting to vote with their pedals. 59. What does Aaron mean by saying “This is what 21 like.”? A. There are hundreds of miles of new bike lanes in 21
st st

century New York City looks

century New York City.

B. Drivers slow down their cars and bikes are taken off the sidewalk in New York. C. Bikes are used as a means of transport in 21
st

century New York City.

D. It’s possible to make the streets safe for pedestrians in New York. 60. According to the passage, which of the following CANNOT support the opponents of these new bike lanes? A. Drivers lose parking spots and lanes for cars. B. The two-way bike lane is dangerous to older residents. C. We took what used to be a full street so the road is broader than before. D. The removal of one bike lane through a neighbourhood in Brooklyn was not supported by the majority of New Yorkers. 61. “A mandate” in Paragraph 8 was referred to a demand or command from ______. A. the authority B. the public C. the supporters D. the government

62. What of the following might be the best title of the passage? A. Ride on National Bike-to-Work Day C. A Bike Lane Divides New Yorkers C Food sometimes gets poisoned with harmful things. A person who eats such food can get an illness called food poisoning. Food poisoning is usually not serious, but some types are deadly. The symptoms of food poisoning usually begin within hours of eating the poisoned food. Fever is one of the most common symptoms. Certain microorganisms(微生物)cause most types of food poisoning. Bacteria and other microorganisms can poison eggs, meat, vegetables, and many other foods. After entering the body, these tiny living things release(释放)poisons that make people sick. B. A New Bike Lane Appears in New York D. Who Wins an Election

Some chemicals can also cause food poisoning. They are often added to food while it is being grown, processed, or prepared. For example, many farmers spray chemicals on crops to kill weeds and insects. Some people may have a bad reaction to those chemicals when they eat the crops. Some plants and animals contain natural poisons that are harmful to people. These include certain kinds of seafood, grains, nuts, seeds, beans, and mushrooms. When people handle food properly, the risk of food poisoning is very small. Microorganisms multiply rapidly in dirty places and in warm temperatures. This means that people should never touch food with dirty hands or put food on unwashed surfaces. Food should be kept in a refrigerator to stop microorganisms from growing. Meat needs to be cooked thoroughly to kill any dangerous microorganisms. People should also wash food covered with chemicals before eating it. Finally, people should not eat wild mushrooms or other foods that grow in the wild. Some of these foods may contain natural materials that are poisonous to humans. In addition, some types of fish can be poisonous. Most people recover from food poisoning after a few days of resting and drinking extra water. If people eat natural poisons, they must go to the hospital right away to have their stomachs emptied. 63. Which of the following statements is NOT true? A. Food when poisoned can make people sick. C. Food poisoning comes in varieties. serious. 64. Food poisoning can be caused by all the following EXCEPT A. some chemicals C. some tiny living things 65.From Paragraph 5,we can learn that A. mushrooms should not be eaten B. vegetables are safer than meat and seafood C. natural poisons are more dangerous than chemicals D. different types of food should be handled differently 66. It can be inferred from the passage that A. natural materials are safe in food processing B. chemicals are needed in food processing C. food poisoning can be kept under control . . . B. Food poisoning means death. D. Food poisoning can be

B. low temperatures D. certain natural materials

D. food poisoning is out of control

D Kincaid looked at his watch: eight-seventeen. The truck started on the second try, and he backed out, shifted gears, and moved slowly down the alley under hazy sun. Through the streets of Bellingham he went, heading south on Washington 11, running along the coast of Puget Sound for a few miles, then following the highway as it swung east a little before meeting U.S Route 20. Turning into the sun, he began the long, winding drive through the Cascades. He liked this country and felt unstressed stopping now and then to make notes about interesting possibilities for future expeditions or to shoot what he called “memory snapshots.” The purpose of these causal photographs was to remind him of places he might want to visit again and approach more seriously. In later afternoon he turned north at Spokane, picking up U.S. Route 2, which would take him halfway across the northern United States to Duluth, Minnesota. He wished for the thousandth time in his life that he had a dog, a golden retriever, maybe, for travels like this and to keep him company at home. But he was frequently away; overseas much of the time and it would not be fair to the animal. Still, he thought about it anyway. In a few years he would be getting too old for the hard fieldwork. “I must get a dog then.” He said to himself. Drives like this always put him into a sentimental mood. The dog was part of it. Robert Kincaid was alone as it’s possible to be—an only child, parents both dead, distant relatives who had lost track of him and he of them, no close friends. He thought about Marian. She had left him nine years ago after five years of marriage. He was fifty-two now, that would make her just under forty. Marian had dreams of becoming a musician, a folksinger. She knew all of the Weavers’ songs and sang them pretty well in the coffeehouse of Seattle. When he was home in the old days, he drove her to the shows and sat in the audience while she sang. His long absences—two or three months sometimes—were hard on the marriage. He knew that. She was aware of what he did when they decided to get married, and both of them had a vague(not clear) sense that it could all be handled somehow. It couldn’t when he came from photographing a story in Iceland and, she was gone. The note read, “Robert, it didn’t work out, I left you the Harmony guitar. Stay in touch.” He didn’t stay in touch, neither did she. He’s signed the divorce papers when

they arrived a year later and caught a plane for Australia the next day. She had asked for nothing except her freedom. 67. Which statement is true according to the passage? A. Kincaid’s parents were dead and he only kept in touch with some distant relatives. B. Kincaid would have had a dog if he hadn’t been away from home too much. C. Kincaid used to have a golden retriever. D. Kincaid needed a dog in doing his hard fieldwork. 68. Why did Kincaid stop to take photos while driving? A. To write “memory snapshots” B. To remind himself of places he might want to visit again. C. To avoid forgetting the way back. D. To shoot beautiful scenery along the road. 69. What can you know about Marian? A. She died after five years of marriage. B. She was older than Kincaid. C. She could sing very well and earned big money. D. She was not a professional pop singer. 70. We can draw a conclusion from the passage that .

A. Marian knew what would happen well before she married Kincaid. B. Kincaid thought his absence would be a problem when he married Marian. C. It turned out that Marian could not stand Kincaid’s absence and left him. D. After Marian left him, they still kept in touch with each other.


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