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2015 年高三深一模英语试卷
I 语言知识及应用(共两节,满分 45 分) 第一节 完形填空 (共 15 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 30 分) 阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从 1—15 各题所给的 A、B、C 和 D 中, 选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 It

is generally agreed that a good student must be able to concentrate for a reasonable time on a written text, yet most students are given very little help to practice this skill. Almost all classroom reading is 1 into minutes of reading and therefore it is no wonder that a number of students have 2 in this field. If you have a problem with 3 ,you must first examine the conditions in which you work. Lighting can be a problem: too many readers put up with 4 lighting conditions. If this is a problem, and you don’t have a reading lamp, try a strong bulb(灯泡), read near a window in day time and always avoid reading in your own shadow. 5 the light should come from overhead or over your shoulder. Reflective surfaces should be avoided. You should also 6 excessive contrast (过度对比) caused by using a reading lamp as the only 7 of light as this will cause great tiredness and probably eye injury. A second reason for poor concentration is the 8 of motivation, that is, an absence of any 9 sense of purpose. If this is the cause, you will almost 10 be bored by the text. Be sure that you keep your 11 in mind during your reading so that you know you should also adopt some specific techniques—such as making notes from your reading—to aid your concentration. If you play the role of a 12 receiver of information, simply concentrating on absorbing everything you read, you will 13 that your mind is overloaded, confused by the material. Then you should take a more active approach. Enter into a 14 with the text, pausing to reflect on what you read, and 15 what you find. That’ll be good for reading and comprehension. 1. A. forced B. driven C. admitted D. broken 2. A. problems B. abilities C. advantages D. mistakes 3. A. instruction B. communication C. concentration D. appreciation 4. A. good 5. A. Ideally 6. A. promote 7. A. source 8. A. supply 9. A. abnormal 10. A. carefully 11. A. objectives B. poor B. Optionally B. ensure B. grade B. concern B. clear B. strangely B. requirements C. strong C. Deliberately C. avoid C. aspect C. awareness C. careful C. certainly C. memories D. bright D. Cheerfully D. increase D. system D. lack D. humorous D. naturally D. considerations

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12. A. sensitive B. relative C. conservative D. passive 13. A. forget B. doubt C. find D. believe 14. A. quarrel B. dialogue C. battle D. connection 15. A. refusing B. demanding C. receiving D. questioning 第二节 语法填空 (共 10 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 15 分) 阅读下面短文, 按照句子结构的语法性和上下文连贯的要求,在空格处填入 一个适当的词或使用括号中词语的正确形式填空, 并将答案填写在答题卡标号为 16~25 的相应位置上。 I seldom thought I had a passion. I would sit before the TV all day, thinking 16 nothing but the next shadow. It was not long ago that I first learned how important having a passion is to life. One day I went with Mum to drop my sister off at the gym. Then, 17 Mum stopped at a red light, someone on the roadside caught my eyes. It was a man 18 (dress) in rags, homeless. That didn’t interest me, for I 19 (see) many like him before. But he man wasn’t sitting down with a sad 20 (express). He had a radio in his hand and was dancing 21 (merry) to the music. The radio seemed to be the most precious thing 22 he had. “Mum, why does that man have a radio even though he’s homeless?” I asked. “He bought 23 ,” she replied. “But if he’s homeless, why doesn’t he use the money to buy food or clothes? He wasted it on something he doesn’t need.” “Well, Sarah, sometimes food and clothes aren’t 24 only important things. We need happiness, too.” “I see.” The man must care too much about music, so he bought a radio instead of food and clothes. I realized that happiness is the key to life. 25 it, there’s nothing to look forward to. A passion gives a person the happiness they need to keep going! II 阅读 (共两节,满分 50 分) 第一节 阅读理解 (共 20 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 40 分) 阅读下列短文,从每题所给的 A、B、C 和 D 中,选出最佳答案,并在答题 卡上将该项涂黑。 A One windy spring day, I observed young people having fun using the wind to fly their kites. Multicolored creations of varying shapes and sizes filled the skies like beautiful birds dashing and dancing in the exciting atmosphere above the earth. As the strong winds gusted against the kites, a string kept them in check.

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Instead of blowing away with the wind, they arose against it to achieve great heights. They shook and pulled, but the controlling string and the clumsy tail kept them in tow(牵引), facing upward and against the wind. As the kites struggled and trembled against the string, they seemed to say, “Let me go! Let me go! I want to be free!” They flew beautifully even as they fought the forced restriction of the string. Finally, one of the kites succeeded in breaking loose. “Free at last,” it seemed to say. “Free to fly with the wind.” Yet freedom from control simply put it at the mercy of an unsympathetic gentle wind. It flew ungracefully to the ground and landed in a twisted mass of weeds and string against a dead bush. “Free at last”. Free to lie powerless in the dirt, to be blown helplessly along the ground, and to settle down lifeless against the first roadblock. How much like kites we sometimes are. There always exist misfortunes and restrictions, rules to follow from which we can grow and gain strength. Prohibition is a necessary counterpart to the winds of opposition. Some of us pulled at the rules so hard that we never fly fast to reach the heights we might have obtained. If we keep all the commandment(戒律), we will never rise high enough to get our tails off the ground. Let us each rise to the great heights, recognizing that some of the prohibitions are actually the steady force that helps us climb and achieve. 26. In the passage the writer watched _______. A. many young people enjoying the sunny day B. many birds dashing and dancing in the sky C. many young people flying multicolored kites D. the strong winds blowing against the sky 27. What enables a kite fly gracefully in the sky according to the story? A. The kite itself and strange shapes. B. A long string and blowing wind. C. A windy spring day and blue sky. D. The size and a long string. 28. What didn’t happen to the freed kite? A. It kept flying freely in the air. B. It lay powerless in the dirt. C. It was trapped in a dead bush. D. It was blown helplessly around. 29. What is the purpose of the author in writing this passage? A. To give up tips on how to fly kites effectively. B. To warn us that freedom is actually powerless. C. To explain that restrictions are really unnecessary.

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D. To teach us a lesson that rules are important in life. 30. Which of the following is the best title of the passage? A. Fly with Restrictions B. Where to Fly C. Why to Fly Kites D. Fly to Freedom B Our most commonly held code for success is broken. Conventional wisdom holds that if we work hard we will be more successful, and if we are more successful, then we’ll be happy. If we can just find that great job, win that next promotion, lose those five pounds, happiness will follow. But recent discoveries in the field of positive psychology have shown that this code is actually backward: Happiness fuels success, not the other way around. When we are positive, our brains become more engaged, creative, motivated, energetic, and productive at work. This discovery has been repeatedly borne out by rigid research in psychology and neuroscience(神经学), management studies, and the bottom lines of organizations around the globe. In The Happiness Advantage, Shawn Achor, who spent over a decade living, researching, and lecturing at Harvard University, draws on his own research—including one of the largest studies of happiness and potential at Harvard and others at companies like UBS to fix this broken code. Using stories and case studies from his work with CEOs of Fortune 500 in 42 countries, Achor explains how we can reprogram our brains to become more positive in order to gain a competitive ability at work. Based on seven practical, actionable principles that have been tried and tested everywhere from classrooms to boardrooms, stretching from Argentina to Zimbabwe, he shows us how we can capitalize on the Happiness Advantage to improve our performance and maximize our potential. A must-read for everyone trying to stand out in a world of increasing workloads and stress, The Happiness Advantage isn’t only about how to become happier at work. It’s about how to acquire the benefits of a happier and more positive mode of thinking to achieve the extraordinary in our work and in our lives. 31. Which of the following is the traditional code for success? A. Hard word→success→happiness. B. Success→happiness→hard word. C. Happiness→hard word→success. D. Hard work→ happiness→success. 32. What do we know about the new discovery in paragraph 1? A. Conventional code for success is totally useless.

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B. The more we are successful, the happier we are. C. Positive psychology is really backward. D. Happiness contributes greatly to success. 33. Why did the writer write the book The Happiness Advantages? A. To reprogram one’s brain to be healthier. B. To make people more positive and competitive. C. To study stories and cases of CEOs. D. To make a lecture at Harvard University. 34. The underlined phrase “capitalize on” in paragraph 3 is closes in meaning to ____ A. provide fund for B. make full use of C. write big letters for D. stand out in 35. What is the purpose of the writer in writing the passage? A. To help people stand out in the world. B. To arouse people’s sense of happiness. C. To help people decrease the work stress. D. To strongly recommend the book. C If you are a sleep deprived(被剥夺) teacher, you may not be aware of the term woodpeckering(啄木鸟式点头), but you’ve probably done it. It happens the day following a bad night’s sleep. You’re sitting in a long meeting and you can barely keep your eyes open, so you support your head up with your hand. Next thing you know, you are moving your sleeping head back to its upright position. Do this a few times and you are woodpeckering. I thought I knew sleep deprivation when I did my medical internship( 实习) in hospital. That year I frequently went 36 hours with no sleep. When I finished my stay in neurology(神经内科), I welcomed the promise of full nights of sleep ever after. It went pretty well for the next 10 years until I became a school teacher and experienced a whole new level of sleep deprivation. Teachers’ working hours go far beyond the 8 am to 5 pm schedule of kids in school. There are hours spent at staff meetings, correcting homework, preparing for the next day- and then there is the worrying. What I did in a hospital emergency room required no more intensive mental energy than what is need to keep 30 kids attentive enough to learn what I was teacher. Good teachers are like magicians keeping a dozen balls in the air to come at right time, with alarm set for 6 am to finish grading papers, memories of the day that’s gone- including the students who didn’t understand something, forgot their lunch or

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were embarrassed by wrong ansers. All these will become sleep-resistant barriers. And also with some financial stress, you’ll have a cycle of insomnia(失眠) with unwelcome consequences. With inadequate sleep comes irritability(易怒), forgetfulness, lower tolerance of even minor annoyances, and less efficient organization and planning. These are the very mental nuseles that teachers need to meet the challenges of the next day. In wanting to do a better job the next day, the brain keeps bringing up the worries that deny the rest it needs. 36. After a bad night’s sleep, usually the direct effect for the next day is to ______. A. keep one’s eyes open all the time B. move head back and forth C. raise one’s head in upright position D. keep nodding like a woodpecker 37. The writer ’s new level of sleep deprivation began since he _____. A. did his medical internship in hospital B. began to teach in a school C. left hospital ten years ago D. went 36 hours with no sleep 38. From paragraph 3 we can infer that ____. A. teachers’ work is comfortable B. correcting homework needs less time C. working in hospital is even tougher D. teaching needs more mental energy 39. Good teachers’ sleep problems are mainly due to the _____. A. common sleep-resistant barriers B. embarrassment for wrong answers C. diligence and devotion to teaching D. misunderstanding of their students 40. What does the writer really want to tell us in the last paragraph? A. Unfavorable effects of inadequate sleep are various B. Lay down worries and sleep well first for the next day. C. Teachers should often practice mental muscles. D. Better job has nothing to do with inadequate sleep. D An absolute description of the threat hanging over the world ’s mammals, reptiles, amphibians(不如、爬行、两栖动物) and other life forms has been published by the well-known scientific journal, Nature. A special analysis carried out by the journal indicates that an astonishing 41% of all amphibians on the planet now face extinction

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while 26% of mammal species and 13% of birds are similarly threatened. Many species are already critically endangered and lose to extinction, including the Sumatran elephant, Amur leopard and mountain gorilla. But also in danger of vanishing for the wild, it now appears, are animals that are currently rated as merely being endangered. In each case, the finger of blame points directly at human activites The continuing spread of agriculture is destroying million of hectares of wild habitats(栖 息地)every year, leaving animals without homes, while the introduction of newly-come species, often helped by humans, is also damaging native populations. At the same time, pollution and overfishing are destroying ocean ecosystems. “Habitat destruction, pollution or overfishing either skill off wild creatures and plants or keaves them badly weakened,” said Derek Tittensor, an ocean ecologist at the World Conservation Monitoring Centre in Cambridge. “The trouble is that in coming decades, the additional threat of worsening climate change will become more and more common and could then kill off these survivors.” The problem, according to Nature, is worsened because of the huge gaps in scientists knowledge about the planet’s biodiversity. Evaluations of the total number of species of animals and plants alive vary from 2 million to 50 million. In addition, evaluations of current rates of species’ disappearances vary from 500 to 36, 000 a year. “That is the real problem we face,” added Tittensor. “The scale of uncertainty is huge.” In the end, however, the data indicate that the world is heading cruelty towards a mass extinction-which is defined as one involving a loss of 75% of species or more. This could arrive in less than a hundred years or could take a thousand, depending on extinction rates. 41. What’s the main idea of the first two paragraphs? A. Figures about some wild animals are astonishing. B. “Nature” is the famous journal around the world. C. Many endangered species are close to extinction. D. Some rare species have appeared around the world. 42. The direct reason for the extinction of some species is _____. A. continuous appearance of new species B. destructive activities of human beings C. more and more homeless animals D. the great change of ocean ecosystem 43. From paragraph 4 we know that another future threat is ______. A. destruction of habitats B. overfishing and pollution

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C. the worsening climate change D. killing off wild creatures and plants 44. What is the real problem we are facing now according to paragraph 5? A. The killing of wild creatures and cutting of trees. B. The global warming caused by human beings. C. The destruction of ocean ecosystem by pollution. D. Evaluation of current rates of species’ disappearances. 45. What does “This” in the last sentence refer to _____? A. mass extinction B. extinction rates C. extinction time D. 75% of species or more

第二小节 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。 请在答题卡上将对 应题号的相应选项字母涂黑。 首先请阅读”Global Volunteer Website 环球志愿者工作网站”页面的基本信 息: A Community Development Assistance: volunteer for community school assistance in Jaco, Costa Rica! Volunteer activities with this program range from: visiting local schools to conduct art or science activities, assisting with the mobile library project to provide library services to children in nearby towns. B Association For Human Rights: through this project you’ll volunteer with an association for human rights, which advocates and educates on behalf of Costa Rican children and youth. The organization is to protect rights for all people, especially children and adolescents, who have been victims of violation of their fundamental rights. C Enjoy volunteer in Wild Animal Rescue Center in the Amazon of Ecuador with ECO VOLUNTEER UP(Ecuadorian organization) low cost volunteer program, you will feed animals, taking care of them, cleaning cages, planting fruits and vegetable and different activities. Your experience will be the best of your life. D Volunteers will be working in the school with the staff teaching in the school. They will be organizing homework, class arrangements, collecting and distributing

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books to students and making sure they are silent during class time. They will give assignments and mark, and help children to concentrate during lessons. E English Volunteers for Change, is looking ofr volunteers ready to make a lasting impact in Costa Rica! Our program is unique as we provide free English classes where there is an immediate need to learn the language. Our volunteer teachers offer classes to children in rural communities, tourism communities, public schools, as well as organizaitons. F Help save endangered sea turtles in Osa Peninsula, Costa Rita! Volunteers will assist our scientists and researchers in: collecting data on population structure, genetic origin and in-water habitats of endangered sea turtles, hands-on experience in conservation efforts, environmental education and community projects. 阅读以下志愿者信息,然后匹配与上面相关的志愿者工作。 46. Mrs. Gibson once worked in a kindergarten. She loves volunteer work and loves little kids, so she is looking for an assistant teacher to help teachers organize classes, correct students’ homework and so on. 47. Irene is an art student, who is fond of doing volunteer work. From time to time, she works in different communities. Now she just wants to assist in Jaco, Costa Rica, and do all kinds of jobs for school children. 48. Jane Wilton quit her job as a teacher three years ago after she gave birth to her son Simon. Now she would like to give classes to children in rural communities of public schools for free to have a lasting influence in Costa Rica. 49. Philip Austin is an active person and is chairman of the College Students’ Union. He thinks that he is keen on working for human rights, especially children and adolescents, who have been victims of violation 50. Eddy is always trying his best to help save endangered sea turtles in Osa Peninsula, Costa Pica, but now he would like to enjoy the experience of volunteer in Wild Animal Rescue Center in the Amazon of Ecuador.

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III 写作 (共两节, 满分 40 分) 第一节 基础写作 (共 1 小题;满分 15 分) 你接受了一项写作任务,要为英语校报写一篇时事快讯。 写作内容

事件: 高考新方案颁布 颁布时间:2014 年 12 月 16 日 方案:1. 高考成绩包括 1) 语文、数学、英语,均为 150 分 2) 在政治、历史、地理、化学、物理、生物中,任选三科 ① 任选科目以 A(15%)B(30%)CD(30%)E(25%) ② 其他科目以”合格、不合格”计分 2. 综合素质将成为录取参考 意义:减轻负担,发展兴趣,培养能力

方案 scheme 任选 optional 综合素质 comprehensive quality 写作要求 只能用 5 个句子表达全部内容

第二节 读写任务(共 1 小题;满分 25 分) What’s it all about? One Small Deed is a website which enables people to let the world know the good deeds they have done and to inspire others to do the same. Who are we? We are not a big organization, but just a group of people who wanted to find a way to make the world a nicer place. We live in London and come from different countries, cultures and walks of life, but the one thing we have in common is the fact that we are kind and giving people who want to see more people like us out there. Want to get involved? All you need to do is just a small good deed as often as you can. If you want to inspire others, then post your deeds on our website. Some tips for you to get started: ? Open the door for someone. ? Offer your seat on the train or bus for someone who needs it more than you. ? If a colleague asks for your help at work and you are really busy, find a way. ? If someone is in need, like a man in a wheelchair struggling to get across the street, help them. ? If you see someone crying, don’t ignore them, ask if you can help. 写作内容 1. 以约 30 个词概括上文的主要内容。 2. 以约 120 个词谈谈你的看法,内容包括:

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1) 你如何看待他们的行为; 2) 叙述生活中的一件小事对你或对他人的影响; 3) 你今后的打算。 写作要求 1. 作文中可以使用亲身经历或虚构的故事,也可以参照阅读材料的内容,但不 得直接饮用原文中的句子。 2. 作文中不能出现真实的姓名和学校名称

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2015 年深圳市高三年级第一次调研考试
英语参考答案及解释
Ⅰ 语言知识及应用(共两节,满分 45 分)
第一节 完形填空(共 15 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 30 分) 这是一篇论说文。本篇短文主要阐述了影响阅读过程中不够专注的诸因素及其对策。 该部分考点:名词 6 个、动词 4 个(含非谓语动词 2 个:过去分词和现在分词) 、副词 2 个、形容词 3 个。 1. 答案为 D。 考查学生根据上文语境把握动词意义及用法(被动语态及过去分词)的能力。 2. 答案为 A。考查学生在上下文语境中把握好名词的语用能力(复现)。 3. 答案为 C。考查学生在上下文语境中准确运用名词的能力(复现)。 4. 答案为 B。考查学生在上下文语境中准确运用形容词的能力。 5. 答案为 A。考查学生根据上下文语境正确把握副词意义的能力。 6. 答案为 C。考查学生根据上下文语境正确把握动词意义的能力(复现)。 7. 答案为 A。考查学生根据上文语境把握名词意义及用法的能力。 8. 答案为 D。考查学生在上下文语境中准确运用名词的能力(复现)。 9. 答案为 B。考查学生在上下文语境中准确运用形容词的能力。 10. 答案为 C。考查学生在上下文语境中准确运用副词的能力。 11. 答案为 A。考查学生在上下文语境中准确运用名词的能力。 12. 答案为 D。考查学生在上下文语境中准确运用形容词的能力。 13. 答案为 C。考查学生根据上文语境把握动词意义及用法的能力。 14. 答案为 B。根据上下文语境把握名词意义的能力。 15. 答案为 D。考查学生根据上下文语境正确使用非谓语动词(现在分词)的能力。 第二节 语法填空(共 10 小题; 每小题 1.5 分,满分 15 分) 这是一篇故事。本篇短文主要通过一位衣衫褴褛、无家可归、食不果腹的男人在无钱购 买衣服食物的情况下去买来一个收音机并伴随着音乐翩翩起舞的故事及母女俩的对话, 来体 现精神食粮、身心健康和激情乐观的重要性。 16.答案为 about / of。考查学生根据上下文语境或正确把握介词用法的能力。 17.答案为 as / when。考查学生正确使用从属连词的能力。 18.答案为 dressed。考查学生根据语境准确使用动词的过去分词的能力。 19.答案为 had seen。考查学生正确使用动词时态(过去完时不规则变化)的能力。 20.答案为 expression。考察学生在语境中将动词转化为名词动能力。 21.答案为 merrily。考查学生在语境中将形容词转换为副词词形变化的能力。 22.答案为 that。考查学生根据上下文语境正确使用关系代词的能力。 23.答案为 it。 考查学生在语境中正确使用代词的能力。 24.答案为 the。 考查学生根据上下文语境正确把握定冠词用法的能力。 25.答案为 Without。 考查学生根据上下文语境正确使用介词的能力。 注:22 题答案 “Without” 若不大写不给分。

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Personalized Education Ⅱ 阅读理解(共两节,满分 50 分) 第一节 阅读理解(共 20 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 40 分) A 篇是一篇叙事加议论的文章, 讲述了作者看到年青人在放风筝, 一只风筝终于挣脱了 束缚的绳索获得了自由,然而最后命运却很悲惨。由此他想到了,人生就像风筝一样,我们 也需要遵守一些固有的规章制度,只有这样我们才能行得稳、飞得高。 26. 答案为 C。考查细节。根据文章前一段可知。 27. 答案为 B。考查细节。根据文章的 一、二段可知。 28. 答案为 A。考查细节。根据第三段可知。 29. 答案为 D。考查推理。根据全文可知。 30. 答案为 A。考查概括。通过阅读全文可知。 B 篇是一篇时文,介绍了一本刚刚出版的书,名字叫做“幸福的优势” ,由于它的出版 打破了人们以往的对成功模式的理解,其核心观点是:幸福感促使人们获得成功,为此文章 作者大力推荐这本书。 31. 答案为 A。考查细节。根据第一段前半截可知。 32. 答案为 D。考查细节。根据文章第一段后半截内容可知。 33. 答案为 B。考查推理。根据文章第三段内容可知。 34. 答案为 B.。考查猜词。根据本段最后 maximize our potential 可知。 35. 答案为 D。考查推理。理解整个故事可知。 C 篇是一篇科普文章。 该文讲述了老师们为什么经常有睡眠问题或失眠, 主要是老师们 对教育的奉献以及所要面临的各种压力,使得他们忽略了应该需要的睡眠。 36. 答案为 D。考查细节。理解文章第一段可知。 37. 答案为 B。考查细节。根据文章第二段可知。 38. 答案为 D。考查推理。根据第三段内容可知。 39. 答案为 C。考查细节。理解第四段可知。 40. 答案为 B。考查推理。理解文章最后一段可知。 D 篇是一篇科普文章。世界著名科学杂志“自然” ,做了一个特别分析,用一些惊人的 数据说明世界上一些动物正面临灭绝,同时指出,造成灭绝的直接原因是人类的破坏活动。 41.答案为 C。考查概括。阅读第一、二段可知。 42.答案为 B。考查细节。根据第三段第一句可知答案。 43.答案为 C。考查细节。阅读文章第四段最后一句可知。 44.答案为 D。考查细节。阅读文章第五段可知。 45.答案为 A。考查指代。阅读文章最后一段可知答案。 第二节 信息匹配(共 5 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 10 分) 46. 答案为 D。答案由 “They will be organizing homework, class arrangements; They will give assignments and mark.” 和 “looking for an assistant teacher to help teachers organize classes, correct students’ homework and so on.”对应。 47. 答案为 A。答案由 “volunteer for community school assistance in Jacó, Costa Rica” , 与 “wants to assist in Jacó, Costa Rica; do all kinds of jobs for school children” 对应所决定。 48. 答案为 E。答案由 “looking for volunteers ready to make a lasting impact in Costa Rica; provide free English classes”, “give classes to children in rural communities or public schools for free to make a lasting influence in Costa Rica” 对应所决定。 49. 答案为 B。 答案由 “Association For Human Rights; especially children and adolescents, who have been victims of violation”与 “is keen on working for human rights, especially

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Personalized Education children and adolescents, who have been victims of violation”所决定。 50. 答案为 C。答案由 “Enjoy volunteer in Wild Animal Rescue Center in the Amazon of Ecuador”与“volunteer in Wild Animal Rescue Center in the Amazon of Ecuador.” 所决定。 Ⅲ 写作(共两节,满分为 40 分) 第一节 基础写作(共 1 小题,满分 15 分) On Dec. 16th 2014, new College Entrance Examination Scheme of China was issued, which announced that the future college entrance examination will include 3 main subjects: Chinese, math and English, whose total scores are respectively 150. From all the 6 optional subjects: politics, history, geography, chemistry, physics and biology, students can choose any three of them. The optionals will be divided into 5 levels: A level will cover 15% of the total students, B and C 30% each, D and E 25% together. The rest will be marked with “pass” or “failure”, and comprehensive quality will be consulted before admitted into universities. The new scheme intends to reduce students’ burden, develop their interests and cultivate their abilities.

第二节:读写任务(共 1 小题,满分 25 分) The website introduces who they are and how to start small good deeds. By doing so, they call on people to post their deeds on the website so that they can encourage others to do the same. I can’t agree more with what they are doing! Though they are just doing very small deeds, I really think that small things make a big difference. If we keep doing so, we can make us responsible members of the society. I still remember an incident that happened on a rainy Sunday afternoon. On my way to the bookstore and waiting for the green light at a crossing a girl of about ten was knocked down by a passing car, which drove off quickly. A man rushed to the girl to give her first aid and I joined in without hesitation. Luckily she was not badly injured and we sent her to the nearest hospital. Compared with the escaped driver, I am proud of what I did. As a member of the society, I am aware that being responsible is what it takes to make a better society. So from now on, I will try my best to do small good deeds as shown on the website.

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