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作者:21ST
时间:2015-03-23

Day1
Students make TV (P3)
Choose the best answer:
1. According to the article, What’s New in the 352 ______.
A. is the first TV program to be shown at Eustis High School
B. is a do-it-yourself technology lesson edited by students
C. will soon be aired for the whole country to view
D. shows life in Lake County through a young person’s point of view

2. When Anna Marie Chwastiak chose the students, ______.
A. she was worried about the quality of the program
B. she believed in the creativity of young people
C. she didn’t expect them to do a good job
D. she asked them to focus on the older community

3. Which of the following statements is TRUE about students in Ligler’s class according to the article?
A. The students benefited a lot from producing the TV program.
B. The students were able to finish the TV program in their class.
C. Most of the students started to learn editing at a young age.
D. Some students found it hard to live up to the teacher’s expectations.



Day2
Ready for great break (P4)
阅读短文并根据文章内容完成表格,每空一词。

Topic: Spring break in Britain

 

Basic information

It is a 1. ______ break after a long dark winter.
It is based around 2. ______, which falls on April 5 this year.
People usually take part in festive events and spend time with family, so it’s like a smaller version of 3. ______.

4. ______

 

In some parts of England, special springtime dance troupes give Morris dance performances.
Professional 5. ______ troupes perform old spring dances to frighten away the evil spirits of winter.
Dancers wear very 6. ______ clothes, including white shorts, red sashes, black trousers, and straw hats.
For 7. ______:
They have fun 8. ______ for Easter eggs, which are said to be left behind by the Easter bunny.
The eggs are often 9. ______ around places like the house and garden.
To parents:
It is often a great 10. ______.
Children have something to look forward to while they are being forced to dress up and sit through a long service at church in the morning.


Day3
Fountain of wisdom (P6)
Choose the best answer:
1. Why does the author give Albert Einstein as an example?
A. To show that even Einstein was once made fun of by people.
B. To tell that Einstein would not play the violin well but for his teacher’s criticism.
C. To prove that Einstein is not only interested in science and music.
D. To tell us great scientist as Einstein is, he tried hard to learn more.

2. “Stoop ... when drinking from the fountain of knowledge” in Paragraph 5 means ______.
A. listen and find out
B. be ready to learn from others
C. be ready to ask questions
D. be willing to teach others

3. What is the main purpose of the passage?
A. It teaches us that everyone has the equal right to learn.
B. It explains that opportunities fall on those who are ready.
C. It tells us that we should be modest, and treat others as teachers.
D. Judge people by their knowledge, not by their jobs.




Day4
Flying back to ... (PVI)
Choose the best answer:
1. What happened to the speaker after she was hit by a speeding truck?
A. She was so depressed that she almost lost confidence in herself.
B. She was seriously hurt but her doctor managed to help her recover.
C. She was paralyzed and forced to give up her career as a skier.
D. Her father encouraged her to learn how to fly and be a pilot.

2. When the speaker was learning to fly, ______.
A. she never once doubted herself
B. she had already fully recovered from her injuries
C. her determination led her to make rapid progress
D. the difficulties she met with made her constantly want to give up

3. What is the main message the speaker wants to convey?
A. We should let go of our past memories.
B. Each of us has unlimited physical capabilities.
C. We need to put our old self behind us and embrace who we are now.
D. Life is full of surprises and is always uncertain.




Day5
阅读下面的材料,并根据内容选择最佳选项。
Tree-planting is an important part of the ongoing Richmond renaissance that has been changing the city for the last few years. And you are invited to be a part of this transformation on Saturday, November 2, 2013, from 9 am to 1 pm. Volunteers of all ages and abilities are invited to participate.
Residents of the City of Richmond will be joined by community volunteers from Richmond Trees, Groundwork Richmond and The Watershed Project to celebrate the fall’s Harvest Festival and Tree Planting event.

9:00 am  Harvest festivities begin with a volunteer orientation about planting trees.
9:30 am  Volunteers will divide into seven planting teams, each captained by an experienced Tree Steward, to plant 30 new street trees along Roosevelt, and on the 500 and 600 blocks of 29th, 30th, 31st, 32nd, 35th & 36th streets in the surrounding neighborhood. Richmond Trees and the City of Richmond will provide shovels (铲子) and vests. Those who would like to participate in planting trees are encouraged to wear sturdy shoes.
11 am  La Rondalla del Sagrado Corazón, a local musical ensemble, will play traditional Mexican serenade music.
12 pm  Speakers including Chris Magnus, Richmond’s Chief of Police and Chris Chamberlain, Superintendent of Parks & Landscaping will speak about the many benefits of growing the urban forest.
Healthy harvest refreshments, water and coffee will be available for a small donation that will support the work Richmond Trees is doing in the community to grow the urban forest. There will be art activities and games for children.

The effect of street trees on a community has perhaps been underestimated (低估) in the past, but, as Chief Magnus has commented, “An attractive neighborhood enhanced by the natural beauty of trees sends a message that the people who live there care and are engaged with what’s going on around them. This helps decrease crime and improves safety for all residents.”
For more information about the Harvest Festival and Tree Planting event, or planting trees in your own Richmond neighborhood, contact gro.seertdnomhcir@ofni,  510.843.8844.

1. The underlined word “orientation” probably means ______.
A. introduction of the people involved in the activity
B. basic (基本的) information and training
C. introduction of the area covered
D. distribution (分发) of fliers (传单)

2. If you want to join the activity, you ______.
A. should bring your own shovel
B. must wear a special type of shoes
C. needn’t have experience in tree planting
D. will be able to enjoy music while planting trees

3. Which of the following is TRUE according to the text?
A. In total, 30 trees will be planted in the neighborhood.
B. This is the first time that the neighborhood has done tree-planting.
C. Richmond Trees made a donation so there will be refreshments and coffee to enjoy.
D. Chief Magnus will give a reward to those who contributed (捐献) trees last year.


上期参考答案
D1 ABCBD2 DBBD
D3 CDCD4 AEGDC
D5 1-5 CDBCA
6. running 7. had happened 8. a 9. it 10. until/till
11. confident 12. never 13. himself
14. whether 15. successfully


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