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    2021-03-07 07:49:05

    【实例简介】

    开放性实验的视觉概述。16课时实验课程,包含生命科学、宇宙科学、物质科学、技术与工程。

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    We20简介

    欢迎使用乐高教育WeD20

    课程包。

    本章主要介绍产品操作的基本步骤。

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    们Wa02简介

    乐高教育W2课程包

    乐高教育WeDo20通过乐高模型和简单的程序编写,鼓励和激

    发3到6年级小学生对科学、工程以及相关课程的学习兴趣。

    weDo20强调孩子通过动手体验来树立信心,敢于发现、提出和思考

    问题,运用工具寻找答案,并解决实际生活中的问题

    学生在提问和解决问题中学习。乐高的教学材料不提供学生可以直接获

    得的答案。反之,乐高让孩子运用所学到的知识,在未知的领域继续探

    园园园國回回

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    通过乐高实验学习科学和工程技术

    WeDo20提供有多种实验,其实验内容分为以下几类:

    ·1组由4部分组成的基础实验,旨在帮助学生掌握如何运用和操作

    WeDo20。

    ·8组与标准课程相衔接的引导实验,提供凊晰的操作步骤,帮助学生

    完成实验。

    ·8组与标准课程相衔接的开放性实验,给予学生更开放的探索和学习

    体验。

    17组实验均分为三个实验阶段

    探究阶段——将学生与学习课题相连接。

    创造阶段——学生尝试搭建和编程,

    分享阶段——保存学习文档并展示实验成果。

    毎组实验一般各需要3个课时。每个实验阶段都非常重要,一般各需要

    40分钟,老师也可根据教学情况,做相应的时间调整

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    如何运用We020教授科学

    WeDo20的实验系列分为三个阶段。

    探咒阶段

    探宪阶段

    创造阶段

    分享阶段

    学生与科学或工程问题建立联系、制定探究路线并思考可行的解决方法。

    探究阶段的步骤:连接与讨论。

    连接

    搭建

    记录

    编程

    展示

    创造阶段

    修改

    学生搭建、编程并修改乐高°模型。实验可分为三种类型:探究型、设计

    型和模拟型。基于实验的不同类型,创造阶段的实验内容也各不相同。

    收集信息

    创造阶段的步骤:搭建、编程与修改。

    分享阶段

    学生通过演示乐高模型和解释他们的解决方業,并利用文档工具记录下

    他们的学习与发现。

    分享阶段的步骤:记录与展示。

    0注:

    学生需要记录下在每个实验阶段的发现、对问题的回答以及运用不同解

    决方法的过程。乐高文档可用于学习评估、成果展示或与家长分享

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    引导实验的运用

    引导实验可以帮助教师创建学习场景,促进学习体验,并可以帮助学生

    建立自信,同时为其提供成功的必要条件。

    所有的引导实验都是根据探究、创造和分享的顺序进行的,确保学生在

    学习过程中稳步发展。

    教师用书中,每个实验均包含有:

    课程链接

    详细的备课内容

    评估标准

    不同种类的技术

    针对学生容易误解的内容的明确注释

    ·探索阶段、创造阶段和分享阶段

    在“引导实验”章节,可以了解更多关于引导实验的详细内容。

    O建议

    建议从基础实验展开教学,可以配合一到两个引导实验,确保学生对教

    学方式与方法的正确理解。这里推荐在教学中将“拉力”作为第一个引

    导实验。

    Q注

    实验的教学内容仅供教师参考。

    教师可以根据课程内容需要,筛选教学内容。

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    开放性实验的运用

    开放性实验也是根据探究、创造和分享的顺序进行的,与引导实验不同

    的是,它没有详细的解释和引导步骤。开放性实验只提供初步的简介和

    启示问题。

    使用开放性实验的关键是可以根据自己的想法来创造。这就让实验能更

    好地适用于不同的地域环境。运用老师的创造能力,使实验內容适用于

    各自的学生。在“开放性实验”章节,会有更多关于教学的指导。

    每一组开放性实验简介都有三个建议性的基础模型,学生可以在设计

    库中找到。

    桯序中的设计库可为学生提供一些搭建和解决问题的灵感。实验的目的

    不是复制模型,而是通过基础模型来获得帮助,比如:怎样让模型举起

    物体或移动。学生可以在设计库中找到15个基础模型的搭建指导以及

    能够激发灵感的30个灵感模型。

    O建议:

    在WeDo20的软件中,可以找到设计库和开放性实验。

    王:

    实验的教学内容仅供教师参考。

    教师可以根据课程内容需要,筛选教学内容。

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    记录实验

    让学生记录他们的实验过程,以便老师跟进每组的实验、确定需要辅导

    的部分以及评估每组的实验进度。

    学生可以通过不同的记录方式来表达他们的想法

    1.通过拍照记录下搭建模型的重要步骤或最终模型样品。

    2.通过拍照记录下小组的一些重要工作。

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    3.通过摄像记录下所遇到的一些实验困难。

    4.通过摄像记录下探究内容。

    5.通过文档工具记录下关键信息。

    6.通过网络寻找实验需要的图片。

    7.通过截屏记录下所编写的程序链。

    8.通过拍照记录下在纸上所写、所画的重要内容。

    0注

    基于学生的年龄,纸质文档与电子文档可以搭配使用。

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    分享实验

    在实验的最后,学生会非常兴奋地分享他们的发现与解决方案,这也是

    发展他们表达能力的最佳时机。

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    学生可以通过多种方法来分享他们的实验成果

    1.让学生展示其将要使用的模型照片。

    2.让学生描述他们的探究过程。

    3.让一个实验小组在老师、其他小组或全班同学面前,展示他们最棒

    的解决方案。

    4.邀请一些专业人员或家长一同参与学生的实验分享环节。

    5.在学校组织一场科学展活动。

    6.让学生通过摄像记录下其对实验内容的解释,并分享到网络上。

    7.在学校展示实验模型与照片。

    8.将乐高文档发送给家长,一起分享实验学习。

    O建议:

    为了让学生在分享过程中更有积极性,可以让学生相互给予一些好评或

    提出一些关于实验内容的问题。

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  • For many years the public, government officials, and scholars treated terrorism primarily as a “nuisance.” But recently, we have come to see terrorism as a new mode of warfare with far-reaching ...

    Reading Comprehension

    Section A

    Directions: In this section, there is a passage with several blanks. You are required to select one word for each blank from a list of choices given in a word bank following the passage. Read the passage through carefully before making your choices. Each choice in the bank is identified by a letter. You may not use any of the words in the bank more than once.

    A) equipment

    B) Exhausted

    C) Tiring

    D) dragged on

    E) retreat

    F) hit-and-run

    G) nightmare

    H) trapped

    I) flee

    J) at the cost

    K) strength

    L) limped

    M) stroke

    N) stuck

    O) escaped

    ​ Napoleon soon realized he could not feed, clothe, and quarter his army in Moscow during the winter. In October 1812, he ordered his Grand Army to 1) from Moscow.
    ​ The French retreat turned into a 2) . From fields and forests, the Russians launched 3) attacks on the French. A short distance from Moscow, the temperature had already dropped to minus 4 degrees Celsius. On November 3, the winter’s first snow came. 4) horses fell dead in their tracks. Cannon became 5) in the snow. Equipment had to be burned for fuel. Soldiers took ill and froze to death. The French soldiers 6) , leaving the dead along every mile.
    ​ As the Russian army was gathering its strength, the French had to flee Russia to avoid certain defeat. At the Berezina River, the Russians nearly 7) the retreating French by burning the bridges over the swollen river. But Napoleon, by a 8) of luck, was able to build two new bridges. Thousands of French soldiers escaped, but 9) of fifty thousand dead. Once across the Berezina, the tattered survivors 10) toward Vilna.

    Answer:

    E G F B N D H M J L

    Section B

    Directions: There are several passages in this section. Each passage is followed by some questions or unfinished statements. For each of them there are four choices marked A), B), C) and D). You should decide on the best choice.

    Passage One

    Questions 11 to 15 are based on the following passage.
    Terrorism may be viewed as the use of force or violence against persons or property to threaten or coerce (迫使) a government, a formal organization, or a civilian population for political, religious, or social objectives. Since terrorists commonly use violence against civilian targets, their actions are widely condemned as morally unacceptable. In practice, as with a great many other behaviors, what constitutes terrorism is a matter of social definition. When nations resort to violence to further their interests, the results are considered as being legal warfare. In many respects, terrorism is an extension of that approach by people who lack the armies of a state.
    For many years the public, government officials, and scholars treated terrorism primarily as a “nuisance.” But recently, we have come to see terrorism as a new mode of warfare with far-reaching implications. Terrorism serves as an avenue of political expression for some militants (好战分子), whether they are motivated by ideology, ethnicity, or religion. However, what distinguishes much contemporary terrorism is not so much its motivation or purpose, but rather the extent of state involvement in carrying out well-planned and highly destructive acts against adversary nations.
    Another feature of contemporary terrorism has been the extent to which it has become a media event. Terrorism is usually aimed at a media audience, not the actual victims. The act of media coverage also enhances the importance of “the problem” that led to the terrorist activities. Newspaper readers and television viewers see “the problem” as of much greater importance and as justifying national or international action.

    1. According to the passage, terrorism is widely unacceptable ______.
      A) for its illegal actions
      B) because it is often targeted at ordinary people
      C) as it usually leads to death and hatred
      D) for its violence
    2. The word “approach” at the end of the first paragraph refers to ______.
      A) legal warfare
      B) establishing a state
      C) furthering one’s interests via violence
      D) terrorism
    3. People used to ______.
      A) underestimate the influence of terrorism
      B) pay much attention to terrorism
      C) suffer less from terrorists’ actions
      D) have sympathy with the terrorists
    4. Terrorism in the past ______.
      A) had different objectives
      B) had different motivations
      C) was more influential
      D) was less closely related to governments
    5. Terrorists use media mainly ______.
      A) to make their aim known to the world
      B) to carry out violent actions
      C) as an avenue of political expression
      D) to condemn the adversary nations

    Passage Two

    Questions 16 to 20 are based on the following passage.
    Given a good shopping position and the right amount of money available, an educated person ought to be able to make a small, steady living out of a bookshop. It is not a difficult trade to learn and the large chain-stores can never force the small independent bookseller out of existence as they have done to the corner shop and the local milkman. But the hours of work are very long ― I was only a part-time employee, but my employer put in a seventy-hour week, apart from regular journeys out of shopping hours to buy books. It is an unhealthy life too. As a rule a bookshop is very cold in winter, because if it is too warm the windows get steamed up, and a bookseller depends on the display in his windows trying to bring customers into his shop. Books give off more dust and dirtier dust than anything else yet invented, and the top of a book is the place where every fly prefers to die.
    But the real reason why I should not like to be back in the book trade for life is that while I was in it, I lost my love of books. A bookseller cannot always tell the truth about his books, and that gives him a dislike for them; still worse is the fact that he is always dusting them and moving them to-and-fro. There was a time when I really did love books ― loved the sight and smell and feel of them ― if they were fifty or more years old, that is. Nothing pleased me quite so much as to buy a bargain lot of them for 50 pence at a country auction sale. There is a peculiar flavor about the knocked-about unexpected books you pick up in that kind of collection; little-known eighteenth-century poets, out-of-date geography books, one or two volumes of forgotten novels. For occasional reading ― in your bath, for instance, or late at night when you are too tired to go to sleep ― there is nothing as good as a very old picture storybook.
    But as soon as I went to work in the bookshop I stopped buying books. Seen in a mass, five or ten thousand at a time, books were dull and even a little sickening. Nowadays I do buy one occasionally, but only if it is a book that I want to read and can’ t borrow, and I never buy rubbish.

    1. What does the author mean in the first sentence of the passage?
      A) If an educated person wants to make a living, he should run a bookshop.
      B) It is easy for an educated person to earn money by running a bookshop.
      C) When an educated person is given a good shopping position and a certain amount of money he should open a bookshop.
      D) If an educated person has proper money and finds a suitable shopping location, he could open a bookshop for steady income.
    2. Running a bookshop is a good way to make a living because ________.
      A) the owner will never be forced out of business by bigger shops
      B) there are many corner shops to help
      C) even the local milkmen come to buy books
      D) the bookseller is independent
    3. Bookshops are kept cold in winter because _______.
      A) it is a rule which must be followed
      B) booksellers want customers to see the display clearly through the windows
      C) more customers come to buy books in winter
      D) customers like them kept cold
    4. All of the following statements are true EXCEPT ________.
      A) the author was tired of cleaning books and moving them about in the bookshop
      B) his telling lies about the books made him lose his love of them
      C) running a bookshop is not a difficult trade to learn
      D) the author did not like any books
    5. The author once took great pleasure in _________.
      A) buying old books and reading them occasionally
      B) taking bath occasionally late at night
      C) buying all kinds of books
      D) buying books quite often which he was unable to borrow

    Passage Three

    Questions 21 to 25 are based on the following passage.
    El Nino means “little boy” in Spanish; when capitalized, it refers to the Christ child. This innocent-sounding name originated in the 19th century, when Peruvian sailors noticed that every few years around Christmastime, waters near the coasts warmed up and the current shifted southward. But this “little boy” plays havoc around the globe.
    El Nino’s vast impact on humans has often been catastrophic. The El Nino of 1982?1983 inflicted $13 billion in damage and claimed some 2,000 lives. In Australia day turned to night when a dust storm blanketed Melbourne; brush fires raged in its wake. In place of its normal monsoon, Southern India got dried-up crops and the threat of mass starvation. At the same time, violent rainstorms devastated the Western Hemisphere: Peru’s fishing industry once one of the richest in the world was wiped out, and seaside towns were washed into the Pacific.
    Is there a good side to El Nino? There can be. Zebiak notes that the number of tropical hurricanes in the Atlantic is reduced during an El Nino year. One theory is that winds created by El Nino shear off the tops of Atlantic hurricanes, aborting them before they reach full force. And a team of scientists in Israel who study tree rings and satellite cloud pictures concluded that El Nino may bring precious moisture to the thirsty Middle East. "It is perhaps fitting that El Nino the Christ child should have a link to the Holy Land,” notes scientist Dan Yakir.
    This year, scientists around the world are keeping a sharp eye on El Nino. They know that the greater the temperature rise in Pacific waters off South America, the more powerful the El Nino. And this year’s waters have heated up unusually fast.
    El Nino’s effects won’t just be climatic, of course the global economy is sure to suffer as well. Drought in Brazil and flooding in Colombia may result in higher prices for coffee and other crops. And fishing industries from Ecuador to California are already being hurt.
    Clearly, the more accurately scientists can forecast El Nino, the more people everywhere can prepare. Insurance companies, farmers, power and irrigation companies, public-safety agencies and even tourist boards could benefit from knowing in advance when El Nino will strike.
    “Reliable forecasting is still in its infancy,” states Mark Cane. Someday, perhaps, scientists will be able to predict exactly how El Nino will behave. But for now, batten down the hatches and get ready for some wild weather!

    1. The phrase “play havoc” in paragraph 1 means “ _____________________”.
      A) cause trouble, damage or destruction
      B) bring benefit or happiness
      C) play an important role
      D) have greenhouse effect
    2. According to one theory mentioned in paragraph 3, _______.
      A) the winds created by El Nino will strengthen Atlantic hurricanes
      B) the winds created by El Nino can stop Atlantic hurricanes from reaching full force
      C) El Nino may bring floods to Middle East which is regarded as the Holy Land
      D) El Nino will not bring disaster to the Holy Land, because it is the Christ child
    3. All of the following statements are true EXCEPT ________.
      A) there are both good and bad sides to El Nino
      B) El Nino causes global economy to suffer a lot
      C) El Nino may bring precious moisture to the thirsty Middle East
      D) the El Nino of 1982?1983 caused little damage to Peru’s fishing industry
    4. From the phrase “in its infancy” of the last paragraph, we can infer that _________.
      A) the forecasting of El Nino is reliable
      B) insurance companies and farmers benefit a lot from the forecasting of El Nino
      C) the forecasting of El Nino has only just started to develop
      D) scientists can already predict exactly how El Nino will behave now
    5. From the passage we can see the author’s attitude toward El Nino is ___________________.
      A) optimistic
      B) pessimistic
      C) supportive
      D) objective

    Passage Four

    Questions 26 to 30 are based on the following passage.
    We are all inclined to believe that our generation is more civilized than the generation that preceded ours. From time to time, there is even some substantial evidence that we hold in higher regard such civilized attributes as compassion, pity, remorse (懊悔), intelligence and a respect for the customs of people different from ourselves.
    Why war then?
    Some pessimistic historians think the whole society of man runs in cycles and that one of the phases is war. The optimists, on the other hand, think war is not like an eclipse (日食) or a flood or a spell of bad weather. They believe that it is more like a disease for which a cure could be found if the causes were known.
    Because war is the ultimate drama of life and death stories and pictures of it are more interesting than those about peace. This is so true that all of us, and perhaps those of us in television more than most, are often caught up in the action of war to the exclusion of the ideas of it.
    If it is true, as we would like to think it is, that our age is more civilized than ages past, we must all agree that it’s very strange that in the twentieth century, our century, we have killed more than 70 million of our fellowmen on purpose, at war. It is very strange that since 1900 more men have killed more other men than in any other seventy years in history.
    Probably the reason we are able to do both, that is, believe on the one hand that we are more civilized and on the other hand wage war to kill ― is that killing is not so personal an affair as it once was. The enemy is invisible. One man doesn’t look another in the eye and run him through with a sword. The enemy dead or alive is largely unseen. He is killed by remote control: a loud noise, a distant puff of smoke and then silence.
    The pictures of the victim’s wife and children, which he carries in his breast pocket, are destroyed with him. He is not heard to cry out. The question of compassion or pity or remorse does not enter into it. The enemy is not a man; he is a statistic. It is true, too, that more people are being killed at war now than previously because we’re better at doing it than we used to be. One man with one modern weapon can kill thousands.

    1. In modern wars more people get killed because _____.
      A) people are more cruel
      B) people don’t care others’ lives
      C) people have more advanced weapons
      D) people are more civilized
    2. In what way are we more civilized than the ancients?
      A) We can kill more people.
      B) We respect those people different from us.
      C) We have more interesting stories of war.
      D) We don’t think of killing as a personal affair anymore.
    3. In modern war the enemy is treated as _____.
      A) an animal
      B) a victim
      C) a man
      D) a statistic without life
    4. How is the enemy killed in modern war?
      A) By an opponent running him through with a sword.
      B) By a man who knows him well.
      C) By remote control.
      D) By a puff of smoke.
    5. What is the attitude of the author toward war?
      A) Negative.
      B) Supportive.
      C) Neutral.
      D) Indifferent.

    Vocabulary and Structure

    Section A

    Directions: There are a number of incomplete sentences in this part. For each sentence there are four choices marked A), B), C) and D). Choose the ONE that best completes the sentence.

    1. Some diseases are ______ by certain water animals.
      A) transplanted
      B) transformed
      C) transported
      D) transmitted
    2. The new safety regulations were agreed on after _____ with the workforce.
      A) conference
      B) intervention
      C) consultation
      D) assembly
    3. She continued to type as fast as ever, though her thumb was badly swollen ______ a hurt.
      A) in
      B) for
      C) with
      D) from
    4. Robert will never _____ anything unless he works harder.
      A) head for
      B) come to
      C) account for
      D) amount to
    5. As it had not rained for several months, there was a _____ of water.
      A) waste
      B) drop
      C) loss
      D) shortage
    6. A ______ wind was blowing from the water.
      A) staff
      B) stiff
      C) stuff
      D) stuffy
    7. Plants _____ their own food by photosynthesis.
      A) promote
      B) manufacture
      C) grow
      D) raise
    8. Many of the shopkeepers are poor. There isn’t much _____ in this town.
      A) prosperity
      B) advantage
      C) failure
      D) indigence
    9. He went into _______ to escape political imprisonment.
      A) trouble
      B) exit
      C) exile
      D) action
    10. Sulphur is _____ in Japan and is found elsewhere in Asia in association with volcanic activity.
      A) sufficient
      B) abundant
      C) numerous
      D) considerable
    11. The self-discipline required to ________ myself out of bed eleven minutes earlier than usual was considerable.
      A) draft
      B) drink
      C) drain
      D) drag
    12. The Russians were attacked and forced to _____.
      A) advance
      B) retire
      C) retreat
      D) draw
    13. Don’t ___________ him. He looks stupid but he has great intelligence.
      A) undertake
      B) underestimate
      C) undergo
      D) underlay
    14. I left for the office earlier than usual this morning _____ traffic jam.
      A) in line with
      B) for the sake of
      C) in case of
      D) at the risk of
    15. The blow to his head was strong enough to _____ him unable to speak.
      A) become
      B) give
      C) render
      D) asset
    16. Children in our country are taught to _____ the right-and-wrong principle through thick and thin.
      A) take to
      B) see to
      C) stick to
      D) live up to
    17. You’ll have to _____ the ladder to reach the top shelf.
      A) moor
      B) mount
      C) mound
      D) mould
    18. At the first _______ of twelve all the workers in the factory stopped for lunch.
      A) strike
      B) bell
      C) stroke
      D) hit
    19. The mechanic said that the work would be done quickly, but he would not _____ himself to a specific time.
      A) admit
      B) permit
      C) commit
      D) submit
    20. A tree fallen across the road was a(n) ______ to our car and we had to push it away.
      A) difficulty
      B) stop
      C) help
      D) obstacle
    21. Oxford University is to ________ with controversial reforms of the way it is run, including plans to hand more power to business despite growing opposition among some deans.
      A) press upon
      B) press onto
      C) press ahead
      D) press into
    22. Greater effort is needed to ______ children in road safety.
      A) conduct
      B) tutor
      C) inform
      D) instruct
    23. Napoleon was sent into ______ on an island after his failure at Waterloo.
      A) exile
      B) excess
      C) excel
      D) access
    24. The speech which he made ______ the project has bothered me greatly.
      A) being concerned
      B) concerned
      C) concerning
      D) be concerned
    25. The changes to the national health system will first be _____ in some provinces for a try next year and carried out all over the country based on the experience later.
      A) fulfilled
      B) popularized
      C) implemented
      D) drafted
    26. The 5.12 Earthquake _______ thousands of people homeless in Sichuan.
      A) caused
      B) rendered
      C) leaded
      D) resulted
    27. By the time the ________ ended, the citizens were nearly starving.
      A) sieve
      B) saga
      C) sage
      D) siege
    28. Having lost our way, we were _____ to spend the night in the forest.
      A) obliged
      B) decided
      C) intended
      D) remained
    29. We have to raise our prices because of the increase in the cost of ______ materials.
      A) raw
      B) rough
      C) original
      D) primitive
    30. One of the urgent tasks the company managers are faced with at present is to _____ the world market.
      A) export
      B) explode
      C) exploit
      D) expose
    31. I know it’s somewhere off Silver Street but I just can’t _____ where it is.
      A) specify
      B) specialize
      C) memorize
      D) realize
    32. In each dynasty, the toughest problem the king was facing was to decide which son would be his successor and _____ of the country.
      A) take in charge
      B) take command
      C) take responsibility
      D) take control
    33. Before the gases are discharged into the atmosphere they must be _____ harmless.
      A) rendered
      B) disposed
      C) handled
      D) converted
    34. This dress material is durable and will _____ repeated washings.
      A) stand up
      B) put up with
      C) withstand
      D) endure
    35. The gymnast seemed to _____ to give a performance on the balance beam.
      A) exercise herself
      B) signify her readiness
      C) be poised
      D) be trained
    36. The teachers ______ themselves with planning out the work of the coming semester.
      A) employed
      B) involved
      C) occupied
      D) engaged
    37. The soldier tried not to show his ______ when he saw the enemy.
      A) anger
      B) frighten
      C) sorrow
      D) fright
    38. The basic aim of the establishment of this institution is the _______ of H1N1.
      A) conquest
      B) fight
      C) work
      D) treatment
    39. The shock of her daughter’s death _______ her unable to remain calm.
      A) caused
      B) had
      C) enabled
      D) rendered
    40. One day the lady met with a real ______ who had been sleeping on the streets for years.
      A) down-and-out
      B) down-to-earth
      C) out-and-out
      D) in-and-out

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  • ​ How we look and how we appear to others probably worries us more when are in our teens or early twenties than at any other time in our life. Few of us are content to accept ourselves as we are, ...

    Reading Comprehension

    Section A

    Directions: In this section, there is a passage with several blanks. You are required to select one word for each blank from a list of choices given in a word bank following the passage. Read the passage through carefully before making your choices. Each choice in the bank is identified by a letter. You may not use any of the words in the bank more than once.

    A) merchant

    B) appearance

    C) in accordance with

    D) appeared

    E) able

    F) startled

    G) tiny

    H) definite

    I) indefinite

    J) capable

    K) occurred

    L) startling

    M) wrinkled

    N) reflections

    O) in alliance with

    ​ These 1) have 2) to me because I read in this morning’s paper that Edward Hyde Burton had died at Kobe. He was a 3) and he had been in business in Japan for many years. I knew him very little, but he interested me because once he gave me a great surprise. Unless I had heard the story from his own lips, I should never have believed that he was 4) of such an action. It was more 5) because both in 6) and manner he suggested a very 7) type. Here if ever was a man all of a piece. He was a 8) little fellow, not much more than five feet four in height, and very slender, with white hair, a red face much 9) , and blue eyes. I suppose he was about sixty when I knew him. He was always neatly and quietly dressed 10) his age and station.

    Answer:N K A J L B H G M C

    Section B

    Directions: There are several passages in this section. Each passage is followed by some questions or unfinished statements. For each of them there are four choices marked A), B), C) and D). You should decide on the best choice.

    Passage One

    Questions 11 to 15 are based on the following passage.

    ​ How we look and how we appear to others probably worries us more when are in our teens or early twenties than at any other time in our life. Few of us are content to accept ourselves as we are, and few are brave enough to ignore the trends of fashion.
    ​ Most fashion magazines or TV advertisements try to persuade us that we should dress in a certain way or behave in a certain manner. If we do, they tell us, we will be able to meet new people with confidence and deal with every situation confidently and without embarrassment. Changing fashion, of course, does not apply just to dress. A barber today does not cut a boy’s hair in the same way as he used to, and girls do not make up in the same way as their mothers and grandmothers did. The advertisers show us the latest fashionable styles and we are constantly under pressure to follow the fashion in case our friends think we are odd or dull.
    ​ What causes fashions to change? Sometimes convenience or practical necessity or just the fancy of an influential person can establish a fashion. Take hats, for example. In cold climates, early buildings were cold inside, so people wore hats indoors as well as outside. In recent times, the late President Kennedy caused a depression in the American hat industry by not wearing hats: more American men followed his example.
    ​ Today, society is much freer and easier than it used to be. It is no longer necessary to dress like everyone else. Within reason, you can dress as you like or do your hair the way you like instead of the way you should because it is the fashion. The popularity of jeans and the “untidy” look seems to be a reaction against the increasingly expensive fashion of the top fashion houses.
    ​ At the same time, appearance is still important in certain circumstances and then we must choose our clothes carefully. It would be foolish to go to an interview for a job in a law firm wearing jeans and a sweater; and it would be discourteous to visit some distinguished scholar looking as if we were going to the beach or a night club. However, you need never feel depressed if you don’t look like the latest fashion photos. Look around you and you’ll see that no one else does either!

    1. The author thinks that people are ________.
      A) satisfied with their appearance
      B) concerned about appearance in old age
      C) far from neglecting what is in fashion
      D) reluctant to follow the trends in fashion
    2. Fashion magazines and TV advertisements seem to link fashion to ________.
      A) confidence in life
      B) personal dress
      C) personal behavior
      D) personal success
    3. Which is NOT the reason that makes fashions change?
      A) Practicality.
      B) Individual affection.
      C) Celebrity effect.
      D) Convenience.
    4. Present-day society is much freer and easier because it emphasizes ________.
      A) uniformity
      B) formality
      C) informality
      D) individuality
    5. Which is the main idea of the last paragraph?
      A) Care about appearance in formal situations.
      B) Fashion in formal and informal situations.
      C) Ignoring appearance in informal situations.
      D) Ignoring appearance in all situations.

    Passage Two

    Questions 16 to 20 are based on the following passage.
    Everybody loves a fat pay rise. Yet pleasure at your own can vanish if you learn that a colleague has been given a bigger one. Indeed, if he has a reputation for slacking, you might even be outraged. Such behavior is regarded as “all too human”, with the underlying assumption that other animals would not be capable of this finely developed sense of grievance (抱怨). But a study by Sarah Brosnan and Frans de Waal of Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia, which has just been published in Nature, suggests that it all too monkey, as well.
    The researchers studied the behaviour of female brown capuchin monkeys. They look cute. They are good-natured, co-operative creatures, and they share their food tardily. Above all, like their female human counterparts, they tend to pay much closer attention to the value of “goods and services” than males.
    Such characteristics make them perfect candidates for Dr. Brosnan’s and Dr. de waal’s study. The researchers spent two years teaching their monkeys to exchange tokens for food. Normally, the monkeys were happy enough to exchange pieces of rock for slices of cucumber. However, when two monkeys were placed in separate but adjoining chambers (房间), so that each could observe what the other was getting in return for its rock, their behavior became markedly different.
    In the world of capuchins grapes are luxury goods (and much preferable to cucumbers). So when one monkey was handed a grape in exchange for her token, the second was reluctant to hand hers over for a mere piece of cucumber. And if one received a grape without having to provide her token in exchange at all, the other either tossed her own token at the researcher or out of the chamber, or refused to accept the slice of cucumber. Indeed, the mere presence of a grape in the other chamber (without an actual monkey to eat it) was enough to induce resentment in a female capuchin.
    The researches suggest that capuchin monkeys, like humans, are guided by social emotions. In the wild, they are a co-operative, groupliving species. Such co-operation is likely to be stable only when each animal feels it is not being cheated. Feelings of righteous indignation, it seems, are not the preserve of people alone. Refusing a lesser reward completely makes these feelings abundantly clear to other members of the group. However, whether such a sense of fairness evolved independently in capuchins and humans, or whether it stems from the common ancestor that the species had 35 million years ago, is, as yet, an unanswered question.

    1. In the opening paragraph, the author introduces his topic by ________.
      A) posing a contrast
      B) justifying an assumption
      C) making a comparison
      D) explaining a phenomenon
    2. The statement “it is all too monkey” (Last sentence, paragraph 1) implies that ________.
      A) monkeys are also outraged by slack rivals
      B) righteous indignation is also monkeys’ nature
      C) monkeys, like humans, tend to complain with each other
      D) no animals other than monkeys can develop such emotions
    3. Female capuchin monkeys were chosen for the research most probably because they are ________.
      A) more inclined to weigh what they get
      B) attentive to researchers’ instructions
      C) nice in both appearance and temperament
      D) more generous than their male companions
    4. Dr. Brosnan and Dr. de Waal have eventually found in their study that the monkeys ________.
      A) are as selfish as humans
      B) can be taught to exchange things
      C) will not be co-operative if feeling treated unfairly
      D) are unhappy when separated from others
    5. What can we infer from the last paragraph?
      A) Monkeys can be trained to develop social emotions.
      B) Human indignation evolved from an uncertain source.
      C) Animals usually show their feelings openly as humans do.
      D) Cooperation among monkeys remains stable only in the wild.

    Passage Three

    Questions 21 to 25 are based on the following passage.
    American no longer expect public figures, whether in speech or in writing, to command the English language with skill and gift. Nor do they aspire to such command themselves. In his latest book, Doing Our Own Thing: The Degradation of Language and Music and Why We Should, Like, Care, John McWhorter, a linguist and controversialist of mixed liberal and conservative views, sees the triumph of 1960s counter-culture as responsible for the decline of formal English.
    Blaming the permissive 1960s is nothing new, but this is not yet another criticism against the decline in education. Mr. McWhorter’s academic speciality is language history and change, and he sees gradual disappearance of “whom”, for example, to be natural and no more regrettable than the loss of the case-endings of Old English.
    But the cult of the authentic and the personal, “doing our own thing”, has spelt the death of formal speech, writing, poetry and music. While even the modestly educated sought an elevated tone when they put pen to paper before the 1960s, even the most well regarded writing since then has sought to capture spoken English on the page. Equally, in poetry, the highly personal, performative genre is the only form that could claim real liveliness. In both oral and written English, talking is triumphing over speaking, spontaneity over craft.
    Illustrated with an entertaining array of examples from both high and low culture, the trend that Mr. McWhorter documents is unmistakable. But it is less clear, to take the question of his subtitle, “Why We Should, Like, Care”. As a linguist, he acknowledges that all varieties of human language, including non-standard ones like Black English, can be powerfully expressive ― there exists no language or dialect in the world that cannot convey complex ideas. He is not arguing, as many do, that we can no longer think straight because we do not talk proper.
    Russians have a deep love for their own language and carry large chunks of memorized poetry in their heads, while Italian politicians tend to elaborate speech that would seem old-fashioned to most English-speakers. Mr. McWhorter acknowledges that formal language is not strictly necessary, and proposes no radical education reforms ― he is really grieving over the loss of something beautiful more than useful. We now take our English “on paper plates instead of china”. A shame, perhaps, but probably an inevitable one.

    1. According to McWhorter, the decline of formal English ________.
      A) is inevitable in radical education reforms
      B) is but all too natural in language development
      C) has caused the controversy over the counter-culture
      D) brought about changes in public attitudes in the 1960s
    2. The word “talking” (Paragraph 3) denotes ________.
      A) formality
      B) personality
      C) vividness
      D) informality
    3. Which of the following statements would McWhorter most likely agree to?
      A) Logical thinking is not necessarily related to the way we talk.
      B) Black English can be more expressive than Standard English.
      C) Non-standard varieties of human language are just as entertaining.
      D) Of all the varieties, Standard English can best convey complex ideas.
    4. The description of Russians’ love of memorizing poetry shows the author’s ________.
      A) interest in their language
      B) appreciation of their efforts
      C) struggle against the decline of formal English
      D) contempt for their old-fashionedness
    5. According to the last paragraph, “paper plates” is to “china” as ________.
      A) “radical” is to “conservative”
      B) “informal” is to “formal”
      C) “functional” is to “artistic”
      D) “inferior” is to “superior”

    Passage Four

    Questions 26 to 30 are based on the following passage.
    How we look and how we appear to others probably worries us more when we are in our teens or early twenties than at any other time in our life. Few of us are content to accept ourselves as we are, and few are brave enough to ignore the trends of fashion.
    Most fashion magazines or TV advertisements try to persuade us that we should dress in a certain way or behave in a certain manner. If we do, they tell us, we will be able to meet new people with confidence and deal with every situation confidently and without embarrassment. Changing fashion, of course, does not apply just to dress. A barber today does not cut a boy’s hair in the same way as he used to, and girls do not make up in the same way as their mothers and grandmothers did. The advertisers show us the latest fashionable styles and we are constantly under pressure to follow the fashion in case our friends think we are odd or dull.
    What causes fashions to change? Sometimes convenience or practical necessity or just the fancy of an influential person can establish a fashion. Take hats for example. In cold climates, early buildings were cold inside, so people wore hats indoors as well as outside. In recent times, the late President Kennedy caused a depression in the American hat industry by not wearing hats: more American men have followed example.
    There is also a cyclical pattern in fashion. In the 1920s in Europe and America, short skirts became fashionable. After World War Ⅱ, they dropped to ankle length. Then they got shorter and shorter until the miniskirt was in fashion. After a few more years, skirts became longer again.
    Today, society is much freer and easier than it used to be. It is no longer necessary to dress like everyone else. Within reason, you can dress as you like or do your hair the way you like instead of the way you should because it is the fashion. The popularity of jeans and the “untidy” look seems to be a reaction against the increasingly expensive fashions of the top fashion houses.
    At the same time, appearance is still important in certain circumstances and then we must choose our clothes carefully. It would be foolish to go to an interview for a job in a law firm wearing jeans and a sweater; and it would be discourteous to visit some distinguished scholar looking as if we were going to the beach or a night club. However, you need never feel depressed if you don’t look like the latest fashion photo. Look around you and you’ll see that no one else does either!

    1. The author thinks that people are _________.
      A) satisfied with their appearance
      B) concerned about appearance in old age
      C) far from neglecting what is in fashion
      D) reluctant to follow the trends in fashion
    2. Fashion magazines and TV advertisements seem to link fashion to _________.
      A) confidence in life
      B) personal dress
      C) individual hair style
      D) personal future
    3. Causes of fashions are _________.
      A) uniform
      B) varied
      C) unknown
      D) inexplicable
    4. Present-day society is much freer and easier because it emphasizes _________.
      A) uniformity
      B) formality
      C) informality
      D) individuality
    5. Which is the main idea of the last paragraph?
      A) Care about appearance in formal situations.
      B) Fashion in formal and informal situations.
      C) Ignoring appearance in informal situations.
      D) Ignoring appearance in all situations.

    Vocabulary and Structure

    Section A

    Directions: There are a number of incomplete sentences in this part. For each sentence there are four choices marked A), B), C) and D). Choose the ONE that best completes the sentence.

    1. Let me be quite ______ with you: your work is not good enough.
      A) insincere
      B) unfair
      C) partial
      D) candid
    2. Bob seems to have a(n) ______ for knowing which products will sell.
      A) distinction
      B) execution
      C) extinction
      D) instinct
    3. He wants the job purely for reasons of ______ and ambition.
      A) humanity
      B) harmony
      C) frequency
      D) vanity
    4. It’s ______ ― from the outside the building looks small, but inside it’s quite big.
      A) deceptive
      B) acceptive
      C) receptive
      D) appreciative
    5. This mean act of his is quite of a _____ with his conduct generally.
      A) sheet
      B) piece
      C) bit
      D) part
    6. I was in a puzzle and _____ to know where he had been.
      A) living
      B) pressing
      C) plucking
      D) dying
    7. He is _____ a genius.
      A) part of
      B) something of
      C) much of
      D) handful of
    8. He has got _____ stuff ready for building his new house.
      A) heaps of
      B) crowds of
      C) a large quantity of
      D) many a
    9. They all have _____ preparing themselves for the coming examination.
      A) set about
      B) set off
      C) set out
      D) set up
    10. His parents, _____, are very proud of him as he’s become one of the volunteers of the Shanghai World Expo.
      A) for their parts
      B) by themselves
      C) on their own
      D) of their own
    11. There is no easy solution to Japan’s labour _____.
      A) decline
      B) vacancy
      C) rarity
      D) shortage
    12. _____ elementary schooling is more important than secondary schooling.
      A) In a way
      B) In the way
      C) On the way
      D) By the way
    13. I enjoyed the work at the factory very much, especially in _______ it kept me closely in touch with both workers and management.
      A) which
      B) where
      C) that
      D) the way which
    14. She received something ________ a surprise when Robert said that he was coming to New York.
      A) like
      B) in
      C) about
      D) of
    15. Class was _____ when the principal came in to tell us the good news.
      A) starting
      B) discussing
      C) suspended
      D) ended
    16. The hostess dressed in her finest costume together with the guests of honor _______ comfortably in the living room.
      A) was seated
      B) were seated
      C) was seating
      D) seated
    17. Last night his house was broken in, but _____, nothing valuable was stolen.
      A) oddly enough
      B) all in all
      C) in a way
      D) on the whole
    18. The boy was late for class over and over again, so Mrs. Smith decided to _______ so that he could get rid of the bad habit. Which of the following is WRONG?
      A) give him a lesson
      B) fail him
      C) discipline him
      D) punish him
    19. She loved her father, but his serious crime made her hate him. At that moment, conflicting emotions _______ in her heart.
      A) welled up
      B) flooded up
      C) mounted up
      D) rose up
    20. It’s surprising that this innocent-looking person should have _____ such a crime.
      A) performed
      B) made
      C) acted
      D) committed
    21. The _______ of the United States says that there must be a presidential election every four years.
      A) Constitution
      B) Law
      C) Legislation
      D) Judicature
    22. _______ your opinions are worth considering, the committee finds it unwise to place too much importance on them.
      A) As
      B) Since
      C) Provided
      D) While
    23. Everybody is saying how wonderful city life is, but ________ I prefer living in the country.
      A) to my side
      B) for my part
      C) for my side
      D) to my part
    24. America will never again have as a nation the spirit of adventure as it ________ before the West was settled.
      A) could
      B) was
      C) would
      D) did
    25. She was sitting at the bar ________ a Martini.
      A) sipping
      B) dipping
      C) tipping
      D) licking
    26. The car has been well maintained and is in excellent ________.
      A) conclusion
      B) condition
      C) formation
      D) duration
    27. The panda is an endangered species, which means that it is very likely to become ________ without adequate protection.
      A) intact
      B) insane
      C) extinct
      D) exempt
    28. He was ________ after people told him that sad news.
      A) all of a piece
      B) all a piece
      C) all to pieces
      D) all pieces
    29. He was buried in his hometown, ________ his wishes.
      A) according
      B) in accordance to
      C) in accordance with
      D) according with
    30. Some of the volcanoes have lain here peacefully for ________ sky-blue lakes have formed in their craters.
      A) as long as
      B) such long as
      C) longer than
      D) so long that
    31. In East Asia, a 19 percent average of female representation in parliaments is more than one and a half times ________ of industrial countries.
      A) what
      B) which
      C) much
      D) that
    32. I had lost my pen, but she ________ up another one for me from somewhere.
      A) confirmed
      B) confused
      C) conjured
      D) conjectured
    33. The US government’s decision to ________ education budget has triggered strong protests from public universities.
      A) slim
      B) trim
      C) trimmer
      D) dim
    34. She ________ her shoes with a piece of cloth to make them shine.
      A) rubs
      B) rids
      C) scratches
      D) caresses
    35. The weather, which had ________ been sunny and warm, suddenly turned cold again.
      A) thereafter
      B) hitherto(迄今为止)
      C) therefore
      D) hence (因此)
    36. Sula seems to have transferred her ______ from Jon to his brother.
      A) affiliations
      B) attractions
      C) affinities
      D) affections
    37. You need to demonstrate to the examiners that you have more than a ________ understanding of the text.
      A) liberal(开明的)
      B) figurative(比喻的、形象的)
      C) literal(字面意义的、按照原文的)
      D) comparative(相对的、比较的)
    38. He would ________ in Paris every few months and stay a little while; he would get money out of someone or other and then disappear again.
      A) turn to
      B) turn up
      C) turn over
      D) turn down
    39. A real man can always smile at any setbacks in life with good ________.
      A) mood
      B) grace
      C) honor
      D) taste
    40. This is sheer ________ talk. There is not a word of truth in it.
      A) deceived (欺骗的过去时)
      B) deceptive(欺骗性的)
      C) decent(得体的)
      D) deceit(n. 欺骗; 诡计)

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    在500kV配电装置中各回路载流量大,又要满足电晕及无线电干扰的要求,工程中普遍采用下列哪一组导线()?[填空题] 收工后若运行方式变化引起工作现场安全措施变动时,运行值班负责人应封闭工作现场,并提前通知工作负责人办理()[填空题] ()是指某一个类群起源后的发展演变的历史。生物的个体发育是对其系统发育的反映。[问答题] 简述什么是差分曼彻斯特编码?[多选] 患者女,65岁,因“频发阵发性室上性心动过速”来诊。有高血压史,伴变异型心绞痛。可减少维拉帕米吸收的药物是()[单选] 在Unix系统中,用户程序经过编译之后得到的可执行文件属于()。[问答题] 简述什么是差分曼彻斯特编码?[单选,A3型题] 一婴儿能独坐,并坐得很稳,但不会爬,能无意识地发出声音,认识生熟人,不能听懂自己的名字。

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    此小儿的身高体重按公式计算约是()[单选,共用题干题] 某研究者,为了验证氯霉素对伤寒的疗效,在408例伤寒病人中进行对照试验,其中251例用氯霉素治疗,其余157例不用。结果使用组251人中死亡20人,死亡率7.07%,未用组157人中死亡36人,病死率22.8%,已有结论被亲自证实。

    在临床医学研究中,对受试者应该做到的是()[问答题] 简述我国殡葬改革的发展与现状。[多选] 战略能力分析主要包括以下几个方面()。[单选] 关于地方性法规的下列表述中,正确的是()[单选,A3型题] 患者,男,左下8765右下5678缺失,余留牙正常,口底距舌侧龈缘的距离为4mm,如果设计铸造支架可摘局部义齿,左下4右下4设计PRI卡环组。

    为减小游离端牙槽嵴负担的措施中,错误的是()[单选,案例分析题] 某水电厂采用220kV电压送出,厂区设有一座220kV开关站,请解答下列问题。

    在500kV配电装置中各回路载流量大,又要满足电晕及无线电干扰的要求,工程中普遍采用下列哪一组导线()?[单选] 炎症早期用热的主要目的是()。[多选] 在MicrosoftFrontPage中,能打开“创建超链接”对话框的方法是()。[单选,A3型题] 一婴儿能独坐,并坐得很稳,但不会爬,能无意识地发出声音,认识生熟人,不能听懂自己的名字。

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