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Pictures and privacy (P2)
1.         Do your parents use social media to share things with friends?
2.         What do they usually share?      
While reading
Choose the answer:
1. According to the first paragraph, what do kids in the US and UK complain about?
A. Their parents setting rules for their online activity.
B. Their parents limiting the amount of time they spend online.
C. Their parents posting too many photos of them online.
D. Their parents setting high expectations for their schoolwork.
2. According to the 2016 study, many US parents like to _____.
A. share photos online after they have babies
B. post photos of their kids in embarrassing situations
C. take more photos of their children after they are 8
D. pick on their kids and make them feel embarrassed
3. About 70 percent of UK teenagers think their parents _____.
A. care too much about their progress in school
B. forget to set good examples for them
C. don’t care enough about their online safety
D. don't respect their online privacy
4. What do we know from the story?
A. Parents should ask kids for permission before sharing their photos.
B. UK kids don't mind that their photos are shared by their parents.
C. Sharing photos online helps kids live a better adult life.
D. Kids don’t get bullied at school when their photos are shared online.
Words in use
spend, progress, respect, create
1. I usually ___ one hour doing my homework every day.
2. Students should ___ their teachers. 
3. The Bible says that God ____ the world.
4. He has made rapid ____ in his studies.
What you do think about parents posting photos of their children online?
When to stop trick-or-treating? (P4)
What do you know about Halloween?      
While reading
Choose the answer:
1. In the city of Meridian, kids _____ are not allowed to go trick-or-treating.
A. under 3 years old
B. over 12 years old
C. over 6 years old
D. under 8 years old
2. People support these rules for the following reasons EXCEPT that _____.
A. it's silly for older teens to ask for candy door to door
B. teenagers are not interested in trick-or-treating
C. teenagers prefer to go to a party with their friends
D. it is a waste of time to put together a creative costume
3. In the US, trick-or-treating has been welcomed because _____.
A. it helped to cut down on teenage vandalism
B. it helped candy companies sell more candy
C. kids spent a lot of time thinking about tricks to play
D. kids love to get candy and wear costumes
4. What’s the writer’s attitude towards the new law?
A. He doesn't care about it.
B. He thinks it is right.
C. He thinks it makes people upset.
D. He is not sure whether it is right or not.
Words in use
dress up, point out, lose interest in, effect
1. His visit had a great ____ on their work.
2. Can you ____ the hotel on this map? 
3. You do not need to _____ for dinner.
4. Too much stress will make me_______ life.
Do you agree that kids above the age of 12 should not go trick-or-treating? Why or why not?
Secrets in our genes (P6)
Do you know why there are differences between people from north China and people from south China?     
While reading
Choose the answer:
1. What can cause people to have different eating habits?
A. Their genes.
B. The climate.
C. The water.
D. Their birthdays.
2. What do we know about FADS2?
A. It helps people gain weight.
B. It helps people digest meat.
C. It can help people live longer.
D. People in south China don’t have it.
3. From the story, we know that people from the south _____.
A. don’t carry the gene G6PD
B. are more immune to malaria
C. are less likely to get blood diseases
D. have a more balanced diet
4. What does the story mainly talk about?
A. Why Chinese people prefer to eat meat.
B. How genes can affect our habits and preferences.
C. The progress Chinese scientists have made in studying genetics.
D. How people have different ways of digesting food. 
Words in use
1. I have a _____ for sweet food. (prefer)
2. He wants to learn more about ___. (natural)
3. Eating too much sugar can ___ to health problems. (lead)
4. There‘s not much ______ between the two products.    (different)
What else do you know about the differences between north China and south China?      
Page 2
1.C。由首段尾句“That their parents share too many photos of them online.” 可知。
2. B。由第二段第3句“Many of the photos showed kids in embarrassing situations” 可知。
3. D。由第3段尾句“70 percent said they felt their parents didn't respect their online privacy”可知。
4. A。全文通过报道父母在网络上分享孩子成长照片的行为,讲述了对孩子造成的一些负面影响,倡议家长要尊重孩子的隐私。
Page 4
1. B。由第2段第2句“in the cities of Meridian, kids above the age of 12 cannot go trick-or-treating.”可知。
2. D。由文中第3段阐述的理由可知。
3. A。由5段第2句“Experts say that trick-or-treating has been welcomed in the US because it helped to cut down on teenage vandalism in the past.” 可知。
4. D。由4段“I'm not sure if it's “right”... ” 可知。
Page 6
1. A。由第2段“genetics might reveal the answer” 可知。
2. B。由第4段 “This gene helps to metabolize fat in the human body. Therefore, people from north China are better able to digest meat and fat.” 可知。
3. B。由5段第1句“Moreover, the study also showed that people from the south are more immune to certain diseases than people from the north.”可知。
4. B。全文主要讲述了基因对南方北方在饮食、免疫方面存在差异的影响。

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