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曹甸高中高三英语集体备课材料 姓名___________

主备人:高小兰

试做人:管金萍 审核人:李卫华 分数___________

2014-2015 学年第一学期高三英语完型阅读强化训练(26)
班级___________ 学号___________

一、完型填空(每题 1 分,

共 20 分) The Pecan Thief When I was six years old, I was visiting my grandfather’s farm in Kansas. Grandpa had sent me into the 1 to gather pecans for us to enjoy later. Pecan picking was really 2 work and my little basket was only half full. I wasn’t about to 3 Grandpa down. Just then something caught my 4 . A large brown squirrel was a few feet away. I watched as he picked up a pecan, hurried to a tree and 5 in a large hole in the trunk. A moment later the squirrel 6 out and climbed down to the ground to pick up another nut. Once again, he took the pecan back to his hiding place. Not so 7 anymore, I thought. I dashed over to the tree and looked into the hole. It was 8 with pecans! Golden pecans were right there for taking. This was my 9 . Handful by handful, I scooped all of those pecans into my basket. Now it was full! I was so 10 of myself. I couldn’t wait to show Grandpa all the pecans. 11 , I ran back and shouted, ―Look at all the pecans!‖ He looked into the basket and said, ―Well, well, how did you find so many?‖ I told him how I’d 12 the squirrel and taken the pecans from his hiding place. Grandpa congratulated me on how smart I’d been in observing the squirrel and his habits. Then he did something that 13 me. He handed the basket back to me and put his arm gently 14 my shoulders. ―That squirrel worked very hard to gather his winter 15 of food, ‖ he said, ―Now that all of his pecans are gone, don’t you think that little squirrel will 16 the cold winter?‖ ―I didn’t think about that,‖ I said. ―I know, ‖ Grandpa said, ―But a good man should never take 17 of someone else’s hard work. ‖ Suddenly I felt a bit 18 . The image of the starving squirrel wouldn’t 19 my mind. There was only one thing I could do. I carried the basket back to the tree and poured all the nuts into the hole. I didn’t eat any pecans that night, but I had something much more filling—the 20 of knowing I had done just the right thing. 1. A. rooms B. woods C. holes D. roads 2. A. hard B. dirty C. light D. easy 3. A. let B. settle C. have D. keep 4. A. sweater B. basket C. eye D. hand 5. A. joined B. lived C. discovered D. disappeared 6. A. jumped B. held C. stood D. found 7. A. strange B. secret C. anxious D. patient 8. A. covered B. filled C. rebuilt D. decorated 9. A. time B. choice C. chance D. achievement 10. A. afraid B. ashamed C. careful D. proud 11. A. Otherwise B. However C. Besides D. Therefore 12. A. driven B. followed C. protected D. caught 13. A. annoyed B. satisfied C. surprised D. delighted 14. A. off B. beside C. over D. around 15. A. supply B. cost C. support D. preparation 16. A. escape B. spend C. survive D. flee 17. A. place B. notice C. advantage D. charge 18. A. guilty B. unconfident C. embarrassed D. nervous 19. A. open B. leave C. cross D. occupy 20. A. inspiration B. Expectation C. impression D. satisfaction 二、阅读理解(每题 2 分,共 8 分)

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曹甸高中高三英语集体备课材料

主备人:高小兰

试做人:管金萍 审核人:李卫华

MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses) are free, but without tutoring, and are open to anyone, anywhere in the world. The courses are flexible – normally three to five hours of study a week – done at any time, short (5 to 10 weeks) and video-rich. They are also heavily dependent on crowd sourcing: you can discuss a course with fellow students through online forums, discussion boards and peer review. Students don't have to finish the courses, pass assessments or do assignments, but, if they do, they get a certification of participation. The Open University launched FutureLearn, the UK's answer to US platforms such as Coursera, EdX and Udacity, which have been offering MOOCs from top US universities for the past two years. The response has been incredible, with more than three million people registering worldwide. Meanwhile, in 2012, Edinburgh University became the first non-US institution to join Coursera's partnership, comprising 13 universities. ―We already run 50 online master's degrees, so this was a logical expansion,‖ says Professor Jeff Haywood, Edinburgh's vice-principal. ―It's an investment in teaching methods research. How am I going to teach introductory philosophy to 100,000 people? That's what I call educational R&D.‖ He adds ―If you look ahead 10 years, you'd expect all students graduating to have taken some online courses, so you've got to research that. Our MOOCs are no more in competition with our degrees than a lifelong learning course because they don't carry credits.‖ Cooperation is key, Haywood stresses. It is far better to offer 20-30 courses in your own areas of expertise ( 专门技能 ) and let other institutions do likewise. Professor Mike Sharples, FutureLearn's academic lead, goes further: ―We've tied the elements available before into a package of courses offered by leading universities worldwide on a new software platform, with a new way of promoting it and also a new social-learning teaching method. You won't just receive an exam, but be able to discuss and mark each other's assignments.‖ Bath University, one of more than 20 universities working with FutureLearn, launches its first course, Inside Cancer, next January, and regards MOOCs as a way of breaking down age barriers. "There's no reason why someone doing GCSEs should not look at our MOOCs and get quite a way through them, or someone at PhD level and beyond," says Professor Bernie Morley, expert for learning and teaching. 21. MOOCs have these features EXCEPT that ___________. A. MOOCs are free of charge for anyone B. MOOCs can be adjusted according to people’s learning pace C. MOOCs provide teachers’ instructions if you have some difficulty D. MOOCs have a platform for learners to share their learning experience 22. The response to FutureLearn has been thought to be unbelievable mainly because ___________. A. all the courses on the platform are available to anyone in the world B. Edinburgh University became the first non-US institution to join it C. the number of people registering in the platform is beyond expectation D. students can get a certification of participation without passing assessments 23. What can be inferred from Professor Bernie Morley in the last paragraph? A. People with various learning levels will probably show interest in MOOCs. B. People at PhD level have already known everything about MOOCs. C. Inside Cancer will be the most popular course for someone doing GCSEs. D. MOOCs are not so competitive as lifelong learning courses due to the problems of credits. 24. The passage mainly deals with ___________. A. the various opinions on FutureLearn B. the advantages of online teaching methods C. the popularity of no-credit courses D. the appearance of a new learning platform

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曹甸高中高三英语集体备课材料

主备人:高小兰

试做人:管金萍 审核人:李卫华

完型阅读专练 26 【文章大意】作者通过自己童年时不劳而获而得到松鼠准备的越冬食物的一次经历告知我们: 好人不应该投机取巧利用他人的辛勤劳动,而应该靠自己的劳动获得自己想要的东西、达到自己的 目的。 1.【解析】选 B。从上下文知,―我‖被爷爷派去捡山核桃,再结合第一句中的―farm‖和选项可知,我 应该到树林(woods)里去,而不是房间(room),洞里(hole)和路上(road)。 2.【解析】选 A。从后面的―我‖才捡半篮山核桃,可知捡山核桃对―我‖来说是一项挺困难的(hard)活, 其他选项都不符合语境。 3.【解析】选 A。从下文知,―我‖不想让爷爷失望,此处 let sb. down 是固定词组,意为―令某人失望‖。 4.【解析】选 C。就在此时,不远处的一只棕色大松鼠引起了我的注意。catch one’s eye 表示―引起某 人的注意‖。 5.【解析】选 D。那只松鼠捡起一颗山核桃向一棵树跑去,最后消失(disappear)在树干的大洞中。该 句中的三个动作表承接: 先 pick up, 然后 hurry to, 最后 disappear。 join―加入‖; live―生存‖; discover―发 现‖都不符合语境。 6.【解析】选 A。该处表示:不久,那只松鼠又从洞中跳了出来(jump out),故选 A 项。hold out―伸出, 坚持‖;stand out―突出‖;find out―发现‖都不符合语境。 7.【解析】选 B。从后文中 dashed over to the tree 可知,作者认为松鼠捡山核桃不再是秘密了。 8.【解析】选 B。我发现洞中到处都是山核桃。be filled with 是固定词组,意为―充满着‖,符合语境; be covered with―覆盖‖;be rebuilt with ―用……重建‖;be decorated with―用……装饰‖。 9.【解析】选 C。当看到洞中有这么多的山核桃,作者认为自己的机会来了。 10.【解析】选 D。作者拿了这么多的山核桃,心里非常高兴,当然很骄傲。be proud of―自豪,高兴‖, 符合语境。be afraid of 表示―害怕,担忧‖;be ashamed of 表示―感到羞愧‖;be careful of 表示―小心‖。 11.【解析】选 D。此处表示―我‖迫不及待地想把捡到的山核桃让爷爷看,因此兴奋地大叫起来,前 后句构成―因果关系‖,故用 therefore。otherwise―否则‖;however―然而‖;besides―除此之外还……‖。 12.【解析】选 B。―我‖告诉了爷爷,―我‖是如何跟踪(follow)松鼠,从而找到这些山核桃的。 13.【解析】选 C。此处表示爷爷虽然表扬了―我‖,但他接下来做的事情让―我‖很吃惊(surprised)。 14.【解析】选 D。爷爷用胳膊挽着―我‖的肩膀,用介词 around。 15.【解析】选 A。松鼠努力工作,收集了过冬食物,此处 supply of food 表示―食物储备‖。 16.【解析】选 C。你把小松鼠的食物都拿走了,难道你没有想过他在寒冷的冬天还能活下去吗? survive―挺过‖,符合语境。 17.【解析】选 C。好人不应该利用(take advantage of)别人的辛勤劳动。take place of―代替‖;take notice of―注意到‖;take charge of―负责‖,都与语境不符。 18.【解析】选 A。爷爷说了这些话后,―我‖突然有了一种负罪感(guilty)。 19.【解析】选 B。那只松鼠挨饿的场景在―我‖心头挥之不去,所以用 leave one’s mind 表示―离开…… 心头‖。 20.【解析】选 D。此处表示作者为自己做了一件正确的事情而感到很满足(satisfaction)。 21-24 CCAD

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