第一节 基础写作 (共 1 你很荣幸地成为 2008 [写作内容] 15 分)
19 世纪末才发展成为一项体育运动。 1904 1928 1932
1896 17 项。 Shooting, originated as a means of survival, developed into a sport only in the late 19th century. The sport first appeared in 1896, but none were contested during the 1904 and 1928 Games. The sport returned to the Olympics in 1932. Women were first allowed to compete in the Olympic shooting in 1968. The sport has grown steadily from just three shooting events at the 1896 Olympic Games to 17 today.
第一节 基础写作(共 1 15 分)
(eye-doctor)王教授 学生近视(short-sightedness)问题 (1) 50 (2) (1) (2) (3) (4) [写作内容] 1 2 3 Last weekend, I had an interview with Professor Wang, an eye-doctor, about the issue of short-sightedness of the school children in China. According to Professor Wang, slightly more than half of the school children in our country are short-sighted, which ranks the first in the world. He also pointed that the causes for short-sightedness are so complicated that no medicine can cure short-sightedness. So he suggested that school children avoid overuse of their eyes and do more outdoor activities. He particularly reminded us that how to hold a pen is also related to short-sightedness.
第一节 1 15 以下是一则关于中国政府决定禁烟的报道的主要内容。 内 2011 年 1 月 1 日起 目 措 1 3 4 2 5.4 亿 10 万/年 second-hand smoke [写作内容] 3.5 亿 75 ; 25
1.禁烟决定的内容及实施的时间和范围; 2.目标和措施; 3.相关数据。 My country begins to carry out the policy that prevents smoking in public buildings since January 1st, 2011. The main aim is to make every public rooms have no smoke by posting the sign of preventing smoking. There are 350 million people smoking recently in which the male hold 75 percent and the female hold 25 percent. Because of these smokers, about 540 million non-smokers are influenced. More than 100 thousand people per year die because of the second smoke.
以下是一本图书的基本信息及相关报道 Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother 2010 年 Amy Chua
2011 年初开始在中国销售 17 岁的大女儿已被哈佛和耶 鲁录取 Yale [写作内容] Harvard
1.图书的基本信息 2.图书的相关报道 A book entitled Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother by Amy Chua was published in 2010.
It tells how the author, a Chinese American and professor at Yale University, educated her two daughters in the traditional Chinese way. Its publication has started a debate as to which way of parenting is superior, the traditional Chinese way or the American way. It is reported that the Chinese version of the book began to sell in China early 2011. Unexpectedly, the majority of mothers in China disagree with the author though her 17-year-old elder daughter was lately reported to have got offers from both Harvard and Yale.
第一节 【写作内容】 姓 国 Allan Stewart 1915 年 3 月 7 日 2006 年获硕士学位时年龄最大 1936 年获得 80 2006 年获得硕士学位。 2012 *硕士 master’s degree; ** doctor Here is a legendary Australian named Allan Steward, who was born on March 7, 1915. He holds such an amazing attitude towards learning, that is, it’s never too old to challenge oneself, that he has attained 4 degrees, the first of which was obtained in 1936. After getting his second degree, Doctor of Medicine, Mr. Steward decided to take up law in his eighties and in 2006 he succeeded in winning his third degree, which led him to set a world record of being the oldest holder of a master’ s degree. He was awarded the fourth degree in 2012 by learning online. And he earned praise from his teachers for making good use of his time for learning in a proper and reasonable manner. 1 15
第二节 读写任务 (共 1 小题,满分 25 分) 150 词左右的英语短文。 Hi, I am Mike. I just went through my first year of college. The toughest part on me at first was the general adjustment.1 went to a very small high school where my mom was a teacher and she did practically everything for me. But at the college I needed to know some basic life skills. such as balancing a check—book, laundry, and the things you have to be able to handle that I never thought of in the high school! It was really tough for me at first and I got badly homesick. Once that first semester was over and I got used to the college life, I loved it—good facilities, helpful instructors. and a good library. The Students’ Union organizes various parties every week. I also go to cinemas and concerts, and often spend Saturday nights in pubs and clubs. One thing I think is important is to get yourself active in things. I was on the dance team in college and met a ton of people that way ， it was so much easier to make friends when you had a common ground. [写作内容] 学校最 Mike Preparing Myself for College Life” 1. 以约 30 个词概括 Mike 2. 然后以约 120 (1) (2) (3) [写作要求] 1. 内容但不得直 接引用原文中的 Mike’s mother did almost everything for him when in high school, which brought him a hard time adjusting to the first-year college life. However, afterwards he got accustomed to it because of the academic atmosphere and colorful activities there. As for me, what I do every day is to study hard to enter a famous university, which is always the expectations of my parents and teachers. So traveling among classroom, dormitory and canteen is the routine work. Seldom do I have the time to do some activities. Anyway, unlike you, I have learned how to be independent in a boarding school, which is beneficial to adjust to the college life. It seems to me the ideal college life is that I become matured both physically and mentally and that I obtain qualified academic knowledge and get well prepared for society at the same time. As we all know college is wildly different from middle school. It connects not only adolescence to adulthood but also the ivory tower to the real society. So an active part in activities associations as well as some romances are three keys to achieving my ideal college life.
Jackie is perhaps the most easily annoyed koala at the Feather dale Wildlife Park in southern Australia. All the koalas there are unhappy and complaining. You would be too if you were used to night activities and someone kept waking you up all day while you were trying to sleep it off. That ’s right—sleep it off. The average koala is always half asleep because it feeds on the leaves of a special kind that makes it sleepy. The reason
Jackie and her fellow koalas are repeatedly awoken from their deep sleep is so they can be hugged and photographed by tourists who make the trips to Feather dale and an increasing number of other national parks for just that special experience. Whatever department in the Aussie government in charge of such things is now moving to make the practice illegal which is understandable. How would you react my friend if you were furry
trying to sleep off a dozen times and some round creature smelling of grass kept waking you? [写作内容] 1. 以约 30 2. 然后以约 120 内容包括: 1
[写作要求] 1. 在作文中可以使用自己亲身的 2. 作文中不能出现真实姓名和学校名称。 [评分标准] The passage narrates that koalas who are repeatedly awoken from their deep sleep are unhappy and complaining for tourists taking photos. The author appeals to us to be more kind to animals. The reasons why tourists like taking photos of the animals in the zoo perhaps vary from people to people. Some think it a happy reminder of their visit to the zoo or the animals, while others may consider it just sort of fun to have. But anyway they may not share the deep feelings of the animals. If I were in the same position as the animal in the zoo, my reaction would be very severe strongly against being photographed. No having peaceful surroundings to sleep, don’t you suffer restless and fidgets. No doubt we do and so do the animals. I think it necessary to ban tourists’ taking pictures with animals, making a comfortable environment for them to live and regarding them as our friends, so as to found harmonious relations with animals.
150 词左右的英语短文。 In junior high school, one of my classmates, Ethan, was addicted to TV. This boy simply knew everything about such pop shows as Who’s the Boss? Then one day Ethan’s mother made brim an offer in order to draw him back to his school subjects. She promised that she would give him $200 if he could go a full month without watching any TV. None of us thought Ethan could do it, but he did quite well. His mom paid him $200. He went out and bought a TV, the biggest he could find. In recent years, hundreds of schools have carried out experiments with paying kids with each for showing up or getting good grades. All school kids admire this trend. But it upsets adults. Teachers say that we are rewarding kids for doing what they should be doing of their own will. Psychologists warn that money can actually make kids perform worse by making the act of learning cheap. The debate has become a typical battle over why our kids are not learning at the rate they should he despite decades of reforms and budget increases.
[写作内容] 1.以约 30 词概括上文的主要内容。 2.以约 120 (1) (2) (3)你认为怎样才能更好地鼓励孩子学习 [写作要求] 1. 原文中的句子。 2.作文中不能出现真实姓名和学校名称。 [评分标准] What should people really do encourage their kids to concentrate their time and energy on studying lessons and doing well? People’s opinions differ from each other about this problem. Some schools, teachers and parents give their students or kids money as a stimulating means in order to encourage them to do what they should do effectively, this phenomenon is common in recent years and it is welcome by most of the young. I don’t think it is an effective way, on the contrary it may lead to the opposite result. My parents and family often tell me some encouraging stories in ancient or modern times such as Li Bai, Zhou Enlai and so on. Each time I make a little progress in my study, they always praise me with open arms, and whenever I am confronted with difficulties my family always stand my side. I feel comfortable and warm in my heart for what they do for me. I make up my mind that I’ll live up to my family and my homeland. I think, as a student myself, school and parents should educate their kids through teaching them to study for their family and their motherland rather than giving them money to let them passively do something. Only by building up some noble and long-range aims can they study on their own initiative.
150 词左右的英语短文 When Sam first got to his boarding school with his parents, he was very happy. He thought he would be able to go home every weekend. When he was told he would not, he started crying because the thought of not seeing his parents was driving him crazy. He was given uniforms and all other things that he would need for the term. He started crying when it was time for his parents to leave. He was then taken to the dorm, where he saw other children happy. He tried as much as he could to fit in but could not because his mind was at home. He started feeling homesick (想家) and wanted to go homes as soon as possible. He got sick soon because he could not eat the school food. He could not concentrate in the classroom. All he could think was being at home with his family.
He had no mobile phone or other means to get in touch with his parents. He was angry and felt lonely. He thought his parents hated him and that was why they left him in a boarding school. [写作内容] 1. 以约 30 个词概括上文的主要内容。 2. 以约 120
[写作要求] 1. 原文中的句子。 2.作文中不能出现真实姓名和学校名称。 [评分标准] The passage told us that a student, Sam was sent to a boarding school, in which he very missed his parents, so he got sick and could not focus his attention on his lessons. In fact, in real life, everyone can have an experience of feeling homesick. I remember when I was 10 years old, because my parents was busy, I was sent to my uncle’s in another city. Here, I studied for two years. Although my uncle and his family were kind to me, I still felt homesick. At first, I couldn’t sleep well, because I didn’t adapt to the climate there. And, because different teachers have different teaching methods, it was difficult for me to understand the lesson. Besides, I was new for the students there, I hardly had friends. I felt very lonely. As days went on, I slowly adapted to the new environment. I actively communicated with my new students and made friends with them. My homesick gradually disappeared.
第二节 读写任务 (共 1 25 分) 150 词左右的英语短文。 My husband received a letter a month ago from a young woman who had been his student when she was in middle school. She was writing because she wanted to thank him for having a great influence on her life. In the letter she wrote, “You were the teacher who helped me discover my talent for math. Before you came to teach us, I had been terribly poor at math, and had never thought that I would be interested in it. To my surprise, you magically showed me the beauty of math. I guess that was the turning point of my attitude towards it. Gradually my interest in it began to grow. Thanks to your encouragement, I made continuous progress in math, and finally made up my mind to study it in the university. Today I am working as an accountant at Valley Medical Center in California. You played an important part. Thank you!” What a wonderful gift to a retired teacher! My husband has received many letters from students over the years. This one was special, for it arrived at this time in
his life when he is in very poor health. 【写作内容】 1. 以约 30 个词概括上文的主要内容。 2. 以约 120 1 2 3 The passage is mainly about a retired teacher in poor health received a thanking letter from one of his students, an accountant working at a medical center, to whom she attributed her success and expressed her gratitude. What a touching story, which reminds me of my favorite teacher, Jeffrey, who sets a wonderful example for his students to follow through the rest of their lives. And for me, Jeffrey is always a role model to look up to and learn from, whose colleagues and students. I feel fortunate to be blessed with such an excellent instructor who didn’t give me up when I failed so many times in English test.Instead, he patiently cultivated my interest in English, gave me timely help with my study, and praised me for my small progress. Little by little, I felt increasingly confident in myself and showed more and more enthusiasm in English learning. At last, I made up my mind to be an English teacher like him. In my eyes, a teacher should be the wind beneath the wings of students, helping them fly higher and faster. Rather than fill a pail, a teacher should light a fire, inspiring students to develop their mind, character and skills, and empowering them to take control of their lives. In one word, a teacher should be a role model, exerting a far-reaching influence on the development of students.
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