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远程教育第二阶段英语测试卷篇一:大学英语(一)第2阶段测试题

江南大学现代远程教育 第二阶段测试卷

考试科目:《大学英语(一)》 (总分100分)时间:90分钟

一、交际英语 (10%)

1、- What would you like to have, meat or fish?

- ______A_______________.

A:Either will do

B:Yes, I like meat

C:Yes, I like fish

D:No, they are not my favorite

2、- Would you rather come on Friday or Saturday?

- ______D____________.

A:Yes, of course

B:No, thanks

C:It doesn't matter

D:Friday

3、- I believe we've met somewhere before.

- No, ________C____________.

A:it isn't the same

B:it can't be right

C:I don't think so

D:I'd rather not

4、--Could I use your bike for a moment?

--___C__

A:It's well.

B:It doesn't matter.

C:By all means.

D:I have no idea.

5、- I've got your invitation.

- Oh, good. ___A___

A:Can you come?

B:Thanks a lot.

C:I'll take it.

D:May I help you?

二、阅读理解 (30%)

1、 Computers can injure you. Most other injuries happen suddenly. For example,if you fall off a bike and break your

arms,it happens very quickly. But computer injuries happen slowly.

You probably know how to ride a bike safely. Now learn to use a computer safely.

Your eyes

Too much light can injure your eyes,so never sit too close to a computer screen. Your eyes should be at least 50cm from the screen. Remember to look away from it sometimes. This gives your eyes a rest.

When you use a computer, the window should be on your left or your right. If it is behind you, the light will reflect on (反射) the screen. If the window is in front of you, the sun and the screen will both shine into your eyes.

Your hands and wrists

Hand and wrist injuries can happen because the hands and wrists are moved in the same way hundreds of times. If you use a keyboard for a long time,follow these three rules:1) Rest your wrists on some thing. 2) Keep your elbows (肘) at the same height as the keyboard. 3) Stop sometimes and exercise your hands,wrists and fingers in a different way.Your back

Some people sit for many hours in front of a computer. If you sit in the wrong way,you can injure your back or your neck. So you should sit with your back straight. The top part of the screen should be in front of your eyes. Your forearms,wrists,hands and the upper part of your legs should all be parallel (平行) to the floor. If you are sitting for a long time,get up every 30 minutes and exercise your arms,legs and neck.

Enjoy your computer,but use it safely.

(1)、A computer screen may injure your eyes if your eyes are too close to it. A

A:T

B:F

(2)、Hand and wrist injuries are caused when you get plenty of exercise.B

A:T

B:F

(3)、Your eyes and hands will be safe if you often take rests from working.A

A:T

B:F

(4)、It is good for your back and neck if you sit in the right way.A

A:T

B:F

(5)、The best title for the text is "How to Protect Your Eyes."B

A:T

B:F

2、 Do you want to know something about the history of weather? Don't look at the sky. Don't look for old weather reports. Looking at the tree rings is more important. Some weather reports go back only one century,but some trees can show us an exact record of the weather even further back.

It's clear that a tree would grow best in a climate with lots of sunlight and rainfall. It is also expected that little

sunlight or rainfall would limit the growth of a tree. The change from a favorable (有利的) to an unfavorable climate can be reading the tree rings in tree trunk. To find out the weather of ten years ago,count the rings of a tree trunk from the outside to the inside. If the tenth ring is far from the other rings,then we are sure that lots of sunny and rainy weather happened. If the rings are close together,then the climate was bad for the tree.

Studying tree rings is important not only for the history of the weather,but also for the history of man. In a place of New Mexico you can find only sand-no trees and no people. However,many centuries ago a lot of people lived there. They left suddenly. Why?

A scientist studied the dead tree rings which had grown there. He decided that the people had to leave because they had cut down all the trees. Trees were used to make fires and buildings. So, after the people cut down the trees,they had to move.

(6)、It is understood that in a favorable climate tree rings grow far from each other.A

A:T

B:F

(7)、Trees brought lots of sunlight and rainfall.B

A:T

B:F

(8)、The scientists are interested in studying tree rings because they can tell whether the climate was favorable or not. A A:T

B:F

(9)、Studying dead tree rings shows how the people left. B

A:T

B:F

(10)、The people had to leave the place of New Mexico because they had cut down all the trees. A

A:T

B:F

3、American cities are similar to other cities around the world. In every country, cities reflect the values of the culture. Cities contain the very best aspects of a society: opportunities for education, employment, and entertainment. They also contain the very worst parts of a society: violent crime, racial conflict (种族冲突) and poverty. American cities are changing, just as American society is changing.

After World War Ⅱ, city residents became wealthier, more prosperous. They had more children. They needed more space. They moved out of their apartments in the city to buy their own homes. They bought houses in the suburbs, areas near a city where people live. These are areas without many offices or factories. During the 1950s the American "dream" was to have a house in the suburbs.

Now things are changing. The children of the people who left the cities in 1950s are now adults. They, unlike their parents, want to live in the cities. Many young professionals, doctors, lawyers, and executives, are moving back into the city. Many are single; others are married, but often without children. They prefer the city to the

suburbs because their jobs are there; they are afraid of the fuel shortage; or they just enjoy the excitement and opportunities which the city offers. A new class is moving into the city --- a wealthier, more mobile class.

Only a few years ago, people thought that the older American cities were dying. Some city residents now see a bright, new future. Others see only problems and conflicts. One thing is sure: Many dying cities are alive again.

11. Para. 1 ___B_____.

A) explains why American cities are changing

B) is a description of cities

C) shows that American cities have many problems

D) says: American cities contain the very best aspects of a society

12. In the 1950s the American "dream" was _____D___.

A) to have a color TV set

B) to have a big car

C) to buy an apartment in the city

D) to buy a new house in the suburbs

13. In Para. 3, the author gives ___B____ reasons why people want to live in cities.

A) two

B) three

C) four

D) five

14. According to the article, cities are ___B_____.

A) sick

B) alive again

C) living

D) dying

15. The movement of people to and from the city can explain ___A_____.

A) social changes

B) violent crime

C) racial conflict

D) the best aspects of a society

三、词汇与语法 (15%)

1、Don't forget ____B____ the window before leaving the room.

A:to have closed

B:to close

C:having closed

D:closing

2、She is not only my classmate ____B____ also my good friend.

A:or

B:but

C:and

D:too

3、His words are ____A____ but the meaning is deep.

A:few

B:a few

C:little

D:a little

4、We are next-door __D_____.

A:neighborhoods

B:neighbor

C:neighborhood

D:neighbors

5、Would you like some more coffee? There's still __A____ left.

A:a little

B:little

D:few

C:a few

四、选词填空 (15%)

1、 American people divide their days into several blocks of time, and plan different activities different times. American time is "on the dot"(准确地). If something is supposed to happen at eight o'clock, it will begin at eight. Americans value promptness(准时)and may become angry if a person is more than 15 minutes late a good reason. and explain why. Americans arrive , but if you keep the doctor waiting, you may get a bill with the doctor's time!

(1)、 A

A:for

B:waiting

C:on

D:if

E:without

(2)、 E

A:for

B:waiting

C:on

D:if

E:without

远程教育第二阶段英语测试卷篇二:2012级远程教育学员第二阶段考试试题和答案

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一、选择题

1“教学是一门艺术,也是一门科学”。

A对 B错

2根据第二语言学习心理理论,在英语教学中,应当做到听说先行、读写在后,要根据学生的认知特点来进行有效的教学。

A对 B错

3教师在组织课堂活动的时候,首先要考虑到学生的心理。

A对 B错

4教师在讲课中,意思和情境优先于单词和语法。

A对 B错

5阅读英语短文时,教师应首先重视词汇和语法的学习。

A对 B错

6在课堂上,教师可以采取分配任务的方式,调动和充分发挥学生能力并帮助其释放能量呢。 A对 B错

7在讲解练习题或是试卷讲评的时候,教师的任务提供答案和必要的讲解。

A对 B错

8对高三年级学生来说,教师在核对答案的时候,让学生大声喊出自己的答案,有益于学生学会自信和包容,同时也可以帮助学生释放学习压力。

A对 B错

9在教学中,教师应根据到学生的水平来进行调整教学内容。

A对 B错

10以集体或小组的形式展示学习结果,同样会有损于学生的自尊心,不利于学习环境的激发。

A对 B错

11在教学环节中,教师的角色可以是教师,也可以是朋友、组织者、参与者,鼓动着、协调者,甚至是父母。

A对 B错

12大班教学应尽量采用“ Pair Work ” ,以便给每个学生提供锻炼的机会。

A对 B错

13教师布置作业时,应该细致、统一。

A对 B错

14合作学习是以小型团队方式进行的、使具有相同能力水平的学生参与的、多样化的学习活动。

A对 B错

15合作学习不利于提升机学生学习的持久性。

A对 B错

16开展合作学习活动的教师必须树立以学习者为中心的意识。

A对 B错

17在整个评价体系中,学生只能作为评价客体出现。

A对 B错

18与《基础英语课程标准》所提倡的形成性评价和终结性评价最为贴近的是过程性评价和结果评价。

A对 B错

19形成性评价必须关注目标的多元性、学生需求和发展的多元性以及评价方式的选择性与开放性。

A对 B错

20过程性评价侧重的是学生的学习过程,而结果性评价侧重的是学生的学习成效。 A对 B错

21中写作教学中无法发挥学生在评价中的主体作用。

A对 B错

22实施高考复习过程中,涉及学情与学法时,应以学法为突破口。

A对 B错

23实施高考复习过程中,涉及进度与实效时,应以实效为突破口。

A对 B错

24语作业的最佳功能应是师生、生生多向传递型。

A对 B错

25“在某一相对完整的教学阶段结束后对整个教学目标(或学习目标)实现的程度做出的评价。”属于______评价。

A形成性评价

B终结性评价

C过程性评价

D结果性评价

26“在教学和学习过程中信息的收集、整合和解释的过程借以促进学习和教学,是以改进教学,促进学生的学习和发展为目标的评价”,属于______评价。

A形成性评价

B终结性评价

C过程性评价

D结果性评价

27课堂教学中最具代表性的评价活动是:

A反馈

B量表

C测试

D问卷

28在听说教学中,以下哪种教学模式可以让学生在交际中得到充分的锻炼?

A PWP 模式

B“3P”教学模式

C 任务型学习模式

29为了更好地上好听说课,教师应该在哪一个阶段帮助学生扫清重要词汇障碍?

A pre-listening

B while-listening

C post-listening

30 coodman 在______年把阅读描述为一个心理语言的猜测游戏 (a psycholinguistic guessing game) 。

A1980

B1960

C1970

D1950

31 到了 80 年代初期,人们的认识逐渐趋向一致:阅读是一个主动的、有目的的、有创造性的心理过程。

A 80 年代初期

B 70 年代初期

C 90 年代初期

D 21世纪初期

32 在__________的影响下,教师在进行阅读教学的时候,会重视背景知识对理解的作用。

A top-down approach 模式

B bottom up approach模式

C interactive approach模式

D PWP 模式

33 Skimming是指:

A找读

B查读

C寻读

D略读

34 通过以下哪种方法批改作业,利于做到关注学生个性特长的发展特点:

A学生自批

B学生互批

远程教育第二阶段英语测试卷篇三:大学英语(二)第3阶段测试题

江南大学现代远程教育 第三阶段测试卷

考试科目:《大学英语(二)》时间:90分钟

批次: 层次: 专业: 学号: 身份证号: 姓名: 得分:

第一部分:交际用语(共5小题;每小题3分,满分15分)

此部分共有5个未完成的对话,针对每个对话中未完成的部分有4个选项,请从A、B、C、D四个选项中选出正确选项。

1. -If you need me, just let me know.

-I will,_____B______.

A:that's all right

B:thank you

C:all right

D:not at all

2. -May I move your bag a little and take this seat?

-___D_________.

A:I don't mind

B:It doesn't matter

C:You do it please

D:Go ahead

3. -Why not go and have dinner in a restaurant?

-___C________. It's too expensive.

A:Why not

B:I agree

C:I'm afraid not

D:I'm sure

4. - How good the news is for you!

- _____C_________.

A:You are kind to tell me

B:I'm glad to see that

C:It's kind of you to say so

D:It's nice to hear from you

5. -I'm sorry. Bob is not in his office.

-___A______?

A:Can you take a message for me

B:Are you sure for that

C:Would you like to leave a message

D:Can you phone me-I haven't seen Belly for 10 years.

第二部分:阅读理解(共10小题;每小题2分,满分20分)

此部分共有2篇短文,第一篇短文后有5个问题。请从每个问题后的A、B、C、D四个选项中选出正确选项。第二篇短文后有5个正、误判断题,请选择T或F.

Passage 1

In the water around New York city is a very small island called Liberty Island. On Liberty Island there is a very special statue called the Statue of Liberty. It is one of the most famous world.

The Statue of Liberty was a gift from the people of France to the people of the United States. The statue was made by a French sculptor named Frederic Auguste Bartholdi. The inner support system was designed by Gustave Eiffel, the same man who made the famous EiffelTower in Paris.

Liberty, of course, means freedom, and the Statue of Liberty was given to the United States to celebrate the one-hundredth anniversary of U.S independence from England. The statue was built in France, taken apart piece by piece, and then rebuilt in the United States. It was opened for the public on October 28, 1886.

As you might expect, the statue is very big. Visitors can ride an elevator from th

e ground to the bottom of the statue. If they want, they can then walk up 168 steps to reach the head of the statue where they can look out and enjoy the beautiful sight of the city of New York.

6. A good title for this selection is ___C___.

A:Famous Sights in the world

B:Liberty Island

C:The Statue of Liberty

D:A city in France

7. The word "sights"in the first paragraph means __D____.

A:a small present or gift

B:a kind of postcard

C:the power of seeing

D:something that you can see

8. The statue was built __A____.

A:inFrance

B:in the United States

C:inEngland

D:onLiberty Island

9. We may conclude that the elevator does not __C____.

A:go fast enough

B:cost lots of money

C:go to the top

D:both A and B

10.The man who made the part of the statue that we can see on the outside was _B_____.

A:an unknown architect

B:Bartholdi

C:Eiffel

D:both B and C

Passage 2

No one is glad to hear that his body has to be cut open by a surgeon and part of it taken out. Today, however, we needn't worry about feeling pain during the operation. The sick person falls into a kind of sleep, and when he awakes, the operation is finished. But these happy conditions are fairly new. It is not many years since a man who had to have operation felt all its pain.

Long ago, operation had usually to be done while the sick man could feel everything. Soon after 1770, Josept Priestley discovered a gas which is now called "laughing gas". Laughing gas became known in America. Young men and women went to parties to try it. Most of them spent their time laughing, but one man at a party, Horace Wells, noticed that people didn't seem to feel pain when they were using this gas. He decided to make an experiment on himself. He asked a friend to help him.

Wells took some of the gas, and his friend pulled out one of Well's teeth. Wells felt no pain at all.

As he didn't know enough about laughing gas, he gave a man less gas than he should have. The man cried out with pain when his tooth was being pulled out.

Wells tried again, but this time he gave too much of the gas, and the man died. Wells never forgot this terrible event.

11. It is not long since a man felt all the pain while being operated.__A__

A:T

B:F

12. Long ago, when the sick man was operated on, he could feel nothing. __B__

A:T

B:F

13. Using the laughing gas, the people seemed to feel pain during the operation.__B__

A:T

B:F

14. If a man took less laughing gas than he should have when an operation went on, he still felt pain.__A__

A:T

B:F

15. One who took too much of the laughing gas would die.__A__

A:T

B:F

答案:A

第三部分:词汇与结构(共5小题;每小题2分,满分10分)

此部分共有5个未完成的句子,针对每个句子中未完成的部分有4个选项,请从A、B、C、D四个选项中选出正确选项。

16. There __A______ a book and some magazines on the desk.

A:is

B:are

C:have

D:has

17. He __B______ me do the work.

A:gives

B:helps

C:minds

D:cares

18. At that time, she ____B__ on a journey with her friend.

A:is

B:was

C:has been

D:is being

19. We should not look down ___A_____ the poor people.

A:upon

B:at

C:to

D:of

20. If I don't ___D_____ the phone at home, ring me at work.

A:reply

B:return

C:respond

D:answer

第四部分:完型填空(共5小题;每小题3分,满分15分)

以下短文中共包含5个未完成的句子,针对每个句子中空缺部分有5个选项,请从A、

B、C、D、E五个选项中选出正确选项。

A person who believes that he is incapable will not make a real effort, because he feels that it would be useless. He won't go at a job with the confidence necessary for success. He is thereforeto fail, and the failure will strengthen his belief in his incompetence.

Alfred Adler, a famous doctor, had an experience illustrates this. When he was a small boy, he was poor at arithmetic. His teacher got the idea that he had no ability in arithmetic, and told his parents what she thought that they would not expect too much of him. this way, they too developed the idea, "Isn't it too bad that Alfred can't do arithmetic?" He accepted their mistaken estimate of his ability, felt that it was useless to try, and was very poor at arithmetic, just as they expected. One day Adler succeeded in solving a problem which of the other students had been able to solve. This gave him confidence. He rejected the idea that he couldn't do arithmetic and was determined to show them that he could. His new confidence stimulated him to go at arithmetic problems with a new spirit. He now worked with interest, determination, and purpose, and he soon became extraordinarily good at arithmetic.

21.__C__

A:found

B:none

C:likely

D:In

E:which

22.__E__

A:found

B:none

C:likely

D:In

E:which

23.__D__

A:found

B:none

C:likely

D:In

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