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2009年广东高考英语试题


No Certainty, only Opportunity

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试卷类型: A 2009 年普通高等学校招生全国统一考试(广东卷) 本试卷共 12 页,四大题,满分 150 分。考试用时 120 分钟。 I 听力(共两节。满分 35 分) (略) Ⅱ 语言知识及应用(共两节。满分 35 分) 第一节 完形填空(共 10 小题;

每小题 2 分,满分 20 分) Alfred Nobel became a millionaire and changed the ways of mining,construction,and warfare as the inventor of dynamite(炸药). On April 12,1888,Alfred's brother Ludwig died of heart attack. A major French newspaper 21 his brother for him and carried an article 22 “The merchant of death is dead.” The article read. “Dr. Alfred Nobel , who became 23 yesterday. ”Nobel was 24 the death of Alfred Nobel.

by finding ways to kill more people faster than ever before , died to find out not that he had died,but that,when his time was up, he would to give the

be thought of only as one who profited from 25 and destruction. To make sure that he was 26 with love and respect. Nobel arranged in his 27 largest part of his money to 28 life was really about. 21. A. found 22. A. introducing 23. A. famous 24. A. upset 25. A. death 26. A. repaid 27. A. book 28. A. establish 29. A. additions 30. A. generally to the causes of peace,literature,and the sciences. So 30 B. misunderstood B. announcing B. sick B. anxious B. disease B. described B. article B. form B. sacrifices B. basically

the Nobel prizes, which would be awarded to people who made great 29 ,Nobel had to die before he realized what his D. judged D. advertising D. popular D. pleased D. attack D. remembered D. contract D. promote D. contributions D. certainly was to choose a

C. mistook C. implying C. rich C. excited C. trouble C. supported C. will C. develop C. changes C. usually

第二节 语法填空(共 10 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 15 分) Jane was walking round the department store. She remembered how difficult 31 suitable Christmas present for her father. She wished that he was as easy 32 who was always delighted with perfume. Besides,shopping at this time of the year was not 33 feet or 34 Jane paused in front of a counter 35 pleasant experience: people stepped on your (push)you with their elbows(肘部) ,hurrying ahead to get to a bargain. some attractive ties were on display. “They are real silk,”the (please)as her mother,

assistant tried to attract her. “Worth double the price.” But Jane knew from past experience that her 36 (choose)of ties hardly ever pleased her father. Jane stopped where a small crowd of men had gathered. She found some good quality pipes 37 sale. She did not hesitate for long: although her father smoked a pipe only once in a while , she knew that this was a present which was bound to please 38 present in her bag,her parents were already 39 father has at last decided to stop smoking,” Jane 40 . When Jane got home, with her small but well-chosen table having supper. Her mother was excited. “Your (inform).

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Ⅲ 阅读(共两节。满分 40 分) 第一节 阅读理解(共 15 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 30 分) A Lisa was running late. Lisa,25,had a lot to do at work,plus visitors on the way: her parents were coming in for Thanksgiving from her hometown. But as she hurried down the subway stairs, she started to feel uncomfortably warn. By the time she got to the platform,Lisa felt weak and tired--maybe it hadn’t been a good idea to give blood the night before,she thought. She rested herself against a post close to the tracks. Several yards away,Frank,43,and his girlfriend,Jennifer,found a spot close to where the front of the train would stop. They were deep in discussion about a house they were thinking of buying. But when he heard the scream,followed by someone yelling,“Oh,my God,she fell in!” Frank didn’t hesitate. He jumped down to the tracks and ran some 40 feet toward the body lying on the rails. “No! Not you! ”his girlfriend screamed after him. She was right to be alarmed. By the time Frank reached Lisa ,he could feel the tracks shaking and see the light coming. The train was about 20 seconds from the station. It was hard to lift her. She was just out. But he managed to raise her the four feet to the platform so that bystanders could hold her by the grins and drag her away from the edge. That was where Lisa briefly regained consciousness, felt herself being pulled along the ground, and saw someone else holding her purse. Lisa thought she’d been robbed. A woman held her hand and a man gave his shirt to help stop the blood pouring from her head. And she tried to talk but she couldn’t, and that was when she realized how much pain she was in. Police and fire officials soon arrived,and Frank told the story to an officer. Jennifer said her boyfriend was calm on their 40-minute train ride downtown—just as he had been seconds after the rescue,which made her think about her reaction at the time. “I saw the train coming and 1 was thinking he was going to die, ”she explained. 41. What was the most probable cause for Lisa’s weakness? A. She had run a long way. B. She felt hot in the subway. C. She had done a 1ot of work. D. She had donated blood the night before. 42. Why did Jennifer try to stop her boyfriend? A. Because they would miss their train. B. Because he didn’t see the train coming. C. Because she was sure Lisa was hard to lift. D. Because she was afraid the train would kill him. 43. How did Frank save Lisa? A. By lifting her to the platform. B. By helping her rise to her feet. C. By pulling her along the ground. D. By dragging her away from the edge. 44. When did Lisa become conscious again? A. When the train was leaving. B. After she was back on the platform. C. After the police and fire officials came. D. When a man was cleaning the blood from her head. 45. The passage is intended to _____________ A. warn us of the danger in the subway B. show US how to save people in the subway C. tell US about a subway rescue D. report a traffic accident B We once had a poster competition in our fifth grade art class. “You could win prizes,’’our teacher told US as she wrote the poster information on the blackboard.
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She passed out sheets of construction paper while continuing,“The first prize is ten dollars. You just have to make sure that the words on the blackboard appear somewhere on your poster. ” We studied the board critically. Some of US looked with one eye and held up certain colors against the blackboard,rocking the sheets to the fight or left while we conjured up our designs. Others twisted their hair around their fingers or chewed their erasers while deep in thought. We had plans for that ten —dollar grand prize,each and every one of US. I'm going to spend mine on candies,one hopeful would announce,while another practiced looking serious,wise and rich. Everyone in the class made a poster. Some of us used parts of those fancy paper napkins, while others used nothing but colored construction paper. Some of US used big designs ,and some of us preferred to gather our art tidily down in one comer of our poster and let the space draw the viewer's attention to it. Some of US would wander past the good students’ desks and then return to our own projects with a growing sense of hopelessness. It was yet another grown-up trick of the soil they seemed especially fond of。making all of US believe we had a fair chance,and then always—always—rewarding the same old winners. I believe I drew a sailboat,but I can’t say that with any certainty. I made it. I admired it. I determined it to be the very best of all of the posters I had seen,and then I turned it in. Minutes passed. No one came along to give me the grand prize,and then someone distracted me,and I probably never would have thought about that poster again. I was still sitting at my desk,thinking,What poster? When the teacher gave me an envelope with a ten-dollar bill in it and everyone in the class applauded for me. 46. What was the teacher's requirement for the poster? A. It must appear in time. B. It must be done in class. C. It must be done on a construction sheet. D. It must include the words on the blackboard. 47. The underlined phrase in paragraph 3 most probably means _____________. A. formed an idea for B. made an outline for C. made some space for D. chose some colors for 48. After the teacher’s words,all the students in the class _________. A. 1ooked very serious C. began to think about their designs B. thought they would be rich D. began to play games

49. After seeing the good students’ designs,some students _________. A. 1oved their own designs more B. thought they had a fair chance C. put their own designs in a comer D. thought they would not win the prize 50. We can infer from the passage that the author ______________. A. enjoyed grown-up tricks very much B. 1oved poster competitions very much C. felt surprised to win the competition D. became wise and rich after the competition C A few years ago I had an “aha!” moment regarding handwriting. I had in my hand a sheet of paper with handwritten instructions on it for some sort of editorial task. It occurred at first that I did not recognize the handwriting,and then I realized whose it must be. I finally became aware of the fact that I had been working with this colleague for at least a year,maybe two,and yet I did not recognize her handwriting at that point. It was a very important event in the computerization of life—a sign that the informal. Friendly
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communication of people working together in an office had changed from notes in pen to instant messages and emails. There was a time when our workdays were filled with little letters ,and we recognized one another's handwriting the way we knew voices or faces. As a child visiting my father’s office,1 was pleased to recognize,in little notes on the desks of his staff, the same handwriting 1 would see at home in the notes he would leave on the fridge—except that those notes were signed “dad” instead of “RFW”. All this has been on my mind because of the talk about The Rise and Fall of Handwriting,a book by Florey. Sire shows in her book a deep concern about the fall of handwriting and the failure of schools to teach children to write well,but many others argue that people in a digital age can’t be expected to learn to hold a pen. I don’t buy it. I don’t want to see anyone cut off from the expressive,personal associations that a pen still promotes better than a digital keyboard does. For many a biographer,part of really getting to know their subjects is learning to read their handwriting. What some people advocate is teaching one of the many attractive handwritings based on the handwriting of 16th-century Italy. That may sound impossibly grand—as if they want kids to learn to draw by copying classical paintings. However,they have worked in many school systems. 51. Why was the author surprised at not recognizing his colleague’s handwriting? A. He had worked with his colleague long enough. B. His colleague’s handwriting was SO beautiful. C. His colleague’s handwriting was SO terrible. D. He still had a 1ot of Work to do. 52. People working together in an office used to ____________. A. talk more about handwriting B. take more notes on workdays C. know better one another's handwriting D. communicate better with one another 53. The author’s father wrote notes in pen _________. A. to both his family and his staff B. to his family in small letters C. to his family on the fridge D. to his staff on the desk 54. According to the author,handwritten notes _______. A. are harder to teach in schools B. attract more attention C. are used only between friends D. carry more message 55. We can learn from the passage that the author __________. A. thinks it impossible to teach handwriting B. does not want to lose handwriting C. puts the blame on the computer D. does not agree with Florey 第二节 信息匹配(共 5 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 10 分) 阅读下列应用文及相关信息, 并按照要求匹配信息。 首先请阅读下列儿童读物的封面及基本信息:

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下面是这些书的简要内容。请把相关的内容与它们的书名匹配起来。 56. This picture book explores the life of a tree that has deep roots,long arms,and many children. She provides shelter for many animals and bears fruit. The author uses colorful, simple ,yet detailed watercolor illustrations to convey her words. The charming pictures show the many aspects in the life of a tree down to the caterpillars that eat the leaves. It is good for pre-school children. 57. This charming picture book highlights the life of a garden,from planting seeds to harvesting. With the narrator as guide, the reader is led through a variety of free verse and occasionally rhymed poems that fill in the story of a garden and its inhabitants. The pictures. delightful watercolors in bright pastels,add to the whimsical feel of the poems. Young readers will certainly enjoy this fun and fanciful text. 58. This is a story from 1956 which introduces a little boy who likes to go fishing with a tree limb, a woman,and a pin. Although he never catches anything,on this particular day he finally does hook three big ones,but the little one gets away. The boy pulls them home in his wagon and his mother cooks them for supper. The swinging rhythms of the text and the good humor evident in the illustrations remain fun for the youngest readers. 59. This useful, attractive, oversize volume uses its height well, employing a tree metaphor to show the earth’s various kinds of life and how all living things. from bacteria to the largest mammals, are related. Each spread covers one branch of the animal kingdom. To make the enormity of species understandable. Strauss equates individual species(e. g. 1 0,000 bacteria)with one leaf on the tree. 60. This is a story about how a grandfather teaches his eager granddaughter to catch speckled trout from the stream in springtime. After a whole day on the lake,only Grandpa is lucky. The next morning the young fisherman hurries to the dock alone, and soon she hooks the catch of a lifetime. Young readers will appreciate this story that celebrates the special bond between the older and younger generation , while brilliant watercolor illustrations capture the beauty of the natural world 第 5 页 共 11 页

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Ⅳ 写作(共两节,满分 40 分) 第一节 基础写作(共 1 小题,满分 15 分) 你是校报小记者,最近进行了一次采访。以下是这次采访的情况: 时间: 上周末 对象: 眼科医生(eye-doctor)王教授 主题: 我国中小学生近视(short-sightedness)问题 基本信息: (1)发生率: 略高于 50% (2)人数: 世界第一 专家解读: (1)原因: 很复杂 [写作内容] 根据以上情况写一篇采访报道,并包括如下内容: 1. 采访的时间、对象和主题; 2. 中小学生近视的发生率及人数; 3. 专家解读。 [写作要求] 只能使用 5 个句子表达全部内容。 [评分标准] 句子结构准确,信息内容完整,篇章结构连贯。 第二节 读写任务(共 1 小题,满分 25 分) 阅读下面的短文,然后按照要求写一篇 150 词左右的英语短文。 Jackie is perhaps the most easily annoyed koala(考拉)at the Featherdale Wildlife Park in southern Australia. All the koalas there are unhappy and complaining. You would be too if you were used to night activities and someone kept waking you up all day while you were trying to sleep it off. That’s right—sleep it off. The average koala is always half asleep because it feeds on the leaves of a special kind that makes it sleepy. The reason Jackie and her fellow koalas are repeatedly awoken from their deep sleep is so they can be hugged and photographed by tourists,who make the trips to Featherdale and an increasing number of other national parks for just that special experience. Whatever department in the Aussie government in charge of such things is now moving to make the practice illegal,which is understandable. How would you react,my friend,if you were trying to sleep off a dozen times and some round,furry creature smelling of grass kept waking you? * 考拉即树袋熊 [写作内容] 1. 以约 30 个词概括这段短文的内容; 2. 然后以约 120 个词就“该不该禁止游客和动物拍照”进行议论,内容包括: (1)人们在参观动物园时为什么喜欢和动物拍照; (2)假如你处在那些动物的处境,你会有什么反应; (3)你认为是否应该禁止游客和动物拍照。 [写作要求] 1. 在作文中可使用自己亲身经历或虚故事,也可以参照阅读材料内容但不得直接引用原文句子; 2. 作文中不能出现真实姓名和学校名称。 [评分标准]:概括准确,语言规范,内容合适,篇章连贯。 第 6 页 共 11 页 (2)治疗: 没有哪一种药物能治愈近视 (3)建议: 不要过度用眼;多参加户外活动 (4)特别提示: 如何握笔也和近视有关

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Suggested answers: 本文记叙了阿尔佛雷德· 诺贝尔决定设立诺贝尔奖金的经过。 21. 【答案】C。 【解析】因 mistake A for B (将 A 误以为 B)是固定搭配。 22. 【答案】B。 【解析】由常识可知,报社应是“发布”消息,故用 announce (give information about)。 23. 【答案】C。 【解析】由首句 became a millionaire 可知。 24. 【答案】A。 【解析】根据常识,看到自己被报道死了这样的消息,特别是说自己通过 kill more people faster 来发财的评论,应当是“不高兴,苦恼(unhappy or annoyed)”,不可能是“兴奋的(excited)”“高兴的 (pleased)”“渴望的(anxious)”。 25. 【答案】A。 【解析】与 destruction(毁灭)并列并且上文 death 原词复现故选出 A。 26. 【答案】D。 【解析】由后文设立奖金可知,是为了改变自我形象,要设法“被别人充满爱与尊敬地铭记(be remember with love and respect)”。 27. 【答案】C。 【解析】由最后一句 Nobel had to die before he realized…可知,是在“遗嘱(will)”中作的安排。 28. 【答案】A。 【解析】根据与名词 the Nobel prizes 的搭配,又结合常识,应当是“设立”诺贝尔奖金。 29. 【答案】D。 【解析】 奖金应当是将给那些为世界和平、文学和科学等领域做出过巨大贡献的人。 make contributions to…(对……作出贡献)是固定搭配。 30. 【答案】B 【解析】这个题最有争议了。我认为这句话不可以直译为:诺贝尔在认识到他的人生的真正意义 之前就不得不死去了。 这不仅不合情理, 也很明显与作者所设置的写作背景不符。 语言是非常灵活的, 我们不妨来意译:好在诺贝尔认识到了自己人生的真谛,否则他就是行尸走肉,灵魂早已死去。 而这句话,则是作者对诺贝尔的评语。可以读得出来,作者对诺贝尔的晚年还是抱赞赏态度的。 【点评】 本大题中由理解空格所在句本身即可选出答案的有 21(固定搭配)题,22 题(常识),24 题(常 识),26 题(固定搭配与常识),28 题(动宾搭配与常识),29 题(固定搭配)等 6 道题,占总数 的 60%。由上文信息和常识即可选出正确答案的有 23 题、25 题(并列关系也很重要)、30 题(so 暗示了上下文的因果关系,还涉及到词语辨析),共 3 个小题;由下文信息可选出正确答案的有 27 题。本大题固定搭配和常识题较多,应当属中等偏易;其中最难的可能是第 30 题。

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动词 4 个题,名词 3 题形,容词 2 题,副词 1 题。各选项除符合四个选项属同一词类、同一语法 形式外,也与我们在《广东高考英语命题揭秘与专题练析》中所写研究结论完全一致:在完形填空中 不考代词、冠词、介词、连词(包括从句的连接词);即使在高考题中出现这几类词,那也是一种失 误。 本文讲叙 Jane 在圣诞节给父亲选礼物, 因往年送父亲领带不能使父亲高兴, 满以为这次买烟斗送 父亲会让父亲高兴的,却被告知父亲终于戒烟了。 31. 【答案】it。 【解析】在宾语从句中作形式主语,真正的主语是 to choose…。 32. 【答案】to please。 【解析】在形容词后作状语,只能用动词不定式。 33. 【答案】a。 【解析】表示“一次”愉快的经历。 34. 【答案】pushed。 【解析】与 stepped 并列,也用一般过去时。 35. 【答案】where。 【解析】因两句之间没有连词,必定是填连词;后句是定语从句,要填的词在从句中作地点状语, 故填关系副词 where。 36. 【答案】choice。 【解析】在形容词性物主代词后一定是用名词形式。 37. 【答案】on。 【解析】因表示“出售”的 on sale 是固定搭配。 38. 【答案】him。 【解析】给父亲买礼物,根据常识应是使父亲高兴,作宾语用代词。please him /father 使他高兴。 39. 【答案】at。 【解析】名词(table)在句中不作主语,也不作动词的宾语,很可能就是作介词的宾语;由 having supper 可知,填 at;因为 at table 表示“在餐桌边,在进餐”,也是习惯搭配。 40. 【答案】was informed。 【解析】因 Jane 与 inform 是被动关系,又是一般过去时。 【点评】 1. 语法填空和完形填空,与早两年的高考题相比,似乎都容易得多,增加了固定搭配,语境需求 也没那么要求强烈,只看空格句,一般都可做出正确的答案来。 2. 与我们平时预测结果完全一致: 在语法填空中不会要求考生根据上下文来填写一个名词、 动词、 拼写较长的形容词或副词,因为这是完形填空要解决的问题。可是在有的模拟题中还有这类现象,望 命题人在今后的命题中要搞清各大题的高计意图和不同功能。 3. 关于命题材料的来源,我们发现(2007 和 2008 年广东高考英语从完形到写作的材料都来自网 上)后,今年终于避开了网络。笔者认为,这是没有必要的。

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其实, 避开不从外国网站去打原材料而是从大家都用来设计试题的用过的材料,又拿来命高考题这 才是大错特错的。如本题的材料在几百个网上都有,在高一测试中有人用过,在大学四级、六级训练 中用过,几乎在各类考试中都用过。 本文主要讲述一个男人在地铁救一个晕倒的女人的故事。 41. 【答案】D。 【解析】细节理解题。由第一段倒数第二句 Lisa felt weak and tired—maybe it hadn’t been a good idea to give blood the night before 可知。 42. 【答案】D 【解析】由最后一段最后一句 I saw the train coming and I was thinking he was going to die 暗示可 知。 43. 【答案】A。 【解析】细节理解题。由倒数第三段 But he managed to raise her the four feet to the platform so that bystanders could hold her by the grins 可知。 44. 【答案】B。 【解析】 细节理解题。 由倒数第三段的 It was hard to lift her. She was just out. But he managed to raise her the four feet to the platform so that bystanders could hold her by the grins and drag her away from the edge. That was where Lisa briefly regained consciousness 可知。 45. 【答案】C。 【解析】写作目的题。写作目的或告诉人们一个事实或给人得到某种教育或让人娱乐,本文只是 告诉我们一个在地铁救人的一个事实。 【点评】五道题中有四道是具体的事实细节题,在原文中几乎可以直接找到答案。尽管第四题为 推断判断题,但也较易选出正确选项。其整体难度大约为初中水平。 【 材 料 来 源 】 本 文 材 料 来 源 于 “ 读 者 文 摘 ” 网 , 具 体 网 址 是 : http://www.rd.com/content/printContent.do?contentId=103197&KeepThis=true&TB_iframe=true&height=5 00&width=790&modal=true 该文标题为:Heroes: Subway Rescue 本文作者记叙五年级美术课海报设计比赛的经历。 46. 【答案】D。 【解析】细节理解题。由第二段末句,老师说的话 You just have to make sure that the words on the blackboard appear somewhere on your poster 可知。 47. 【答案】A。 【解析】词义猜测题。上下句是 Some…Other…句式,while we conjured up our designs 的对应部 分是 while deep in thought,可见 conjured up 的意思是“思考,想象”,故选 A。 48. 【答案】C。 【解析】细节理解题。由第三段可知。 49. 【答案】D。 【解析】细节理解题。由第四段倒数第二句 Some of us would wander past the good students’ desks and then return to our own projects with a growing sense of hopelessness 可知。 50. 【答案】C。
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ELIZA

【解析】推理判断题。由 always—always—rewarding the same old winners, I can’t say that with any certainty 和 I probably never…等可推断出,作者对得奖还是惊讶的。 【 材 料 来 源 】 : http://www.enotalone.com/ 网 , 具 体 地 址 是 : http://www.enotalone.com/article/4974.html 本文是一篇夹叙夹议的文章,通过一时辨认不出一位老同事的字迹及其回顾,对在电脑冲击下, 书法受忽视感到惋惜,并认为中小学应当加强书法教学。 51. 【答案】A。 【解析】细节理解题。由第二段最后一句 I had been working with this colleague for at least a year, maybe two, and yet I did not recognize her handwriting 可知。 52. 【答案】C 【解析】由第三段“There was a time when our workdays were filled with little letters, and we recognized one another’s handwriting the way we knew voices or faces”可知 53. 【答案】A。 【解析】细节理解题。由第四段 I was pleased to recognize… his staff…the same I would see at home…可知。 54. 【答案】D。 【解析】推理判断题。由倒数第二段第一句 the expressive, personal associations that a pen still promotes better than a digital keyboard does 可知。 55. 【答案】B。 【解析】推理判断题。由最后一段可推知。 【材料来源】http://www.highbeam.com/doc/1G1-195935183.html 【答案】56-60 EADFC 【答案】Last weekend, I had an interview with eye-doctor Professor Wang about our country primary and middle students’ short-sightedness. It is said that slightly more than 50% students, which ranks the No. 1 in the world, are short-sighted. Professor Wang said the reason of short-sightedness is complicated and three is still no cure for short-sightedness. He suggested that we should not overuse our eyes and do more outdoor exercises. What’s more, since the holding of pen has something to do with the short-sightedness, we need to pay attention to using the pen. 【评析】主要有以下特点: 一、作文话题从学生实际生活中采点 今年基础写要求学生用 5 句话写一篇关于中小学学生近视眼的校报采访报道。这个话题真正的做 到“话题来源于学生实际生活”。近视眼是每个校园所必不可少的现象,是学生校园生活得隐形热点。 因此今年的基础写作题目让每个学生都有话可说。 二、作文话题选材贴近新课程标准理念 作文话题在引用了医生建议的同时也在暗地里给考生提示该如何保护眼睛。单从这一点来讲,今 年的基础写作题目成功的做到了“时刻关注每一个学生的健康成长”,成功的把新课程标准理念注入到 学生的考卷中。 三、作文的话题具有极高的深思熟虑性
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ELIZA

考试的作文话题只有保证每一个考生都熟悉才能真正的做到命题的公平合理性。今年的作文话题 从每一所学校学生的实际生活中采点,彻底的革除了城乡考生因对某一个话题了解程度的不同而导致 的不合理性。这也说明今年基础写作题目的命题人经过了多方面的深思熟虑。

【答案】The passage narrates that koalas who are repeatedly awoken from their deep sleep are unhappy and complaining for tourists taking photos. The author appeals to us to be more kind to animals. The reasons why tourists like taking photos of the animals in the zoo perhaps vary from people to people. Some think it a happy reminder of their visit to the zoo or the animals, while others may consider it just sort of fun to have. But anyway they may not share the deep feelings of the animals. If I were in the same position as the animal in the zoo, my reaction would be very severe strongly against being photographed. No having peaceful surroundings to sleep, don’t you suffer restless and fidgets. No doubt we do and so do the animals. I think it necessary to ban tourists’ taking pictures with animals, making a comfortable environment for them to live and regarding them as our friends, so as to found harmonious relations with animals. 【评析】主要有以下特点: 一、在考察学生基础知识的同时也在培养学生价值观的形成 今年的读写任务让学生就“该不该禁止游客和动物拍照”展开议论。议论文的写作有助于培养学生 正确的价值观,纠正不正确的价值观。今年的读写任务暗中旨在培养学生保护野生动物的观念、把多 一点的空间还给动物的观念、与动物和谐共存的观念。 二、阅读材料具有很强的倾向性 通过浏览读写任务的阅读材料,我们可以感觉到文章运用了一种抱怨的写作方式,即抱怨游客过 频繁的与动物园里的动物进行拍照从而影响到动物的正常生活。而读写任务的写作要求又让学生就 “该不该禁止游客和动物拍照”展开议论,因此如果考生从“应该禁止游客和动物拍照”这一观点入手的 话就迎合了阅读材料,同时也能够受到改卷老师的青睐。据了解,绝大多数考生都从“应该禁止游客 和动物拍照”这一观点入手。

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