A. 培根 B. 夸美纽斯 C. 赫尔巴特 D. 赞科夫
2.将课程分为基础型课程、拓展型课程、研究型课程， 这是( )。
A. 视角 B. 视敏度 C. 视野 D. 明适应
A. 常模参照测验 B. 标准参照测验
C. 目标参照测验 D. 团体参照测验
5. 人们对自己能否成功地从事某一行为的主观判断称为( )。
A. 自我期待感 B. 自我归因感 C. 自我预期感 D. 自我效能感
(从A B C D四个选项中，选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。
6.Oh, must you leave? Having dinner with you was such ______ fun.
—Thanks all the same, but I have to make ______ early start tomorrow morning.
A /; an B a; an C /; the D a; the
7.When interviewed, the family members of the victims said that they didn’t know what ______ without their loved ones.
A they expect B to expect
C to be expected D to have been expected
8.He is looking for a job, ______ where he can make the most of his talent.
A it B one C that D the one
9.As a green hand, he doesn’t know______ it takes to start a business here.
A when B how C what D which
10.This camera is of good quality. If it ______ break down within the first year, we would replace it with a new one.
A would B might C could D should
11.It’s really difficult to ______ what he is trying to express.
A leave out B pick out C work out D make out
12.—Sorry, mom. I didn’t make it to the top 5 in this test.
—______ dear. I know you’ve tried your best.
A Take your time B That’s all right
C That’s right D My pleasure
13.—What a mistake!
—Yes. I ______ he do it in another way, but without success.
A was suggesting B have suggested
C would suggest D had suggested
14.To his surprise, Jack found his son ______ as Santa Claus on Christmas Eve.
A dressed B dressing C to dress D being dressed
15.With a special train ticket, you can travel______ you’d like to go in England for just over 100 pounds.
A what B in which C where D which
16.Teaching and learning are parts of the same educational experience, but unfortunately they are often thought of ___________ separate.
A as if B being C as D like
17.I ___________ that work last week, but I changed my mind.
A were to accept B was to accept
C was to have accept D had accepted
18.---We could invite John and Barbara to the Friday night party.
---Yes, _________? I’ll give them a call now.
A why not B what for C why D what
19.This is an adventurous spot, _________ courage matters more than strength.
A which B / whose C / that D / where
20.After hours of repair, the driver tried to start the machine but it _________ work.
A won’t B shouldn’t C wouldn’t D couldn’t
I was required to read one of Bernie Siegel’s books in college and was hooked on his positivity from that moment on. The stories of his unconventional ideas and the exceptional patients he wrote about were so ___21____ to me and had such a big___22_____ on how I saw life from then on. Who knew that so many years later I would look to Dr. Bernie and his CDs again to ___23___ my own cancer experience?
I’m an ambitious __24___, and when I started going through chemo(化疗), even though I’m a very positive person, I lost my drive to write. I was just too tired and not in the ___25__. One day, while waiting to go in for __26__, I had one of Dr. Bernie’s books in my hand. Another patient ___27_ what I was reading and struck up a conversation with me ___28____ he had one of his books with him as well. It turned out
that among other things, he was an eighty-one-year-old writer. He was ___29____ a published author, and he was currently ___30____ on a new book.
We would see each other at various times and ___31____ friends. Sometimes he wore a duck hat, and I would tell myself, he was definitely a(n) fan of Dr. Bernie. He really put a smile on my face. He unfortunately ___32__ last year due to his cancer, ___33___ he left a deep impression on me and gave me the __34__ to pick up my pen again. I ___ 35___ to myself, “If he can do it, then so can I.”
21. A. amazing B. shocking C. amusing D. strange
22. A. strike B. push C. challenge D. impact
23. A. learn from B. go over C. get through D. refer to
24. A. reader B. writer C. editor D. doctor
25. A. mood B. position C. state D. way
26. A. advice B. reference C. protection D. treatment
27. A. viewed B. knew C. noticed D. wondered
28. A. while B. because C. although D. providing
29. A. naturally B. merely C. hopefully D. actually
30. A. deciding B. investing C. working D. relying
31. A. became B. helped C. missed D. visited
32. A. showed up B. set off C. fell down D. passed away
33. A. since B. but C. so D. for
34. A. guidance B. trust C. opportunity D. inspiration
35. A. promised B. swore C. thought D. replied
Taking the Baton(指挥棒)
You may know Li Yundi as one of the leading Chinese pianists, but he is about to take on another role. The pianist will pick up the baton for the first time, leading the Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra for a five-city tour in China, which started in Chongqing on Aug29, followed by Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Beijing and Shanghai through September.
7:30 p.m, Sept3, Concert Hall, National Center for the Performing Arts, 2 West Chang’an Avenue, Xicheng district. 010-6655-0000.
Dutch Masters Exhibition is Closing
An exhibition showcasing masterpieces of the 17th century Dutch Golden Age will come to an end during the weekend. The 17th century Dutch Golden Age had several significant artists and a range of great pieces produced during the period, including Fan Vermeer’s Young Woman at a Virginal, Fan Lievens’ Boy in a Caper and Turban and Remebrandt’s Self-Portrait with Shaded Eyes. It is the first time some of the most famous examples of the time have been shown in China.
(1)a.m.-5p.m.,through Sept3(closed on Monday). National Museum of China, 1 Wusi Avenue, Dongcheng district. 010-6400-1476.
Ticket: 50 yuan.
Rickshaw Boy (Mandarin)
The opera Rickshaw Boy, adapted from a novel of the same name by famous Chinese writer Laoshe, will be played in Beijing next week. The opera is filled with Chinese musical elements, including Peking Opera and folk songs, to bring to life memories of old Beijing. First published in China in 1937, Rickshaw Boy tells the story of Xiangzi, an honest and serious country boy who works as a rickshaw puller in Beijing. His greatest ambition is to one day own his own rickshaw rental agency. Xiangzi is nonetheless thwarted(挫折) in attempts to improve his life.
7 p.m. , Sept 7-10. Opera House, National Center for the Performing Arts, 2 West Chang’an Avenue, Xicheng district. 010-6655-0000.
Ticket: 100-880 yuan.
And Give Us the Shadows (Swedish)
In 1941, US author and Nobel Prize winner Eugene O’Neill wrote an autobiographical(自传的)piece, Long Day’s Journey into Night. The title says it all. All readers are witness to a day in the life of the Tyrone family. Father, mother and two sons are struggling with their addictions(alcohol and drugs), demons (邪恶的事物)from the past and with each other. It will be played in Swedish, with Chinese subtitles.
7:30 p.m. , Sept 7-9. Theater, National Center for the performing Arts,2 West Chang’an Avenue, Xicheng district. 010-6655-0000.
36.If you happen to be free after 7 p.m. on Sep. 3, whose works can you enjoy?
A Eugene O’Neill’s. B Jan Vermeer’s.
C Laoshe’s. D Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra’s.
37.Which of the following works describes the life struggling of a country boy in old Beijing?
A Young Woman at a Virginal. B Rickshaw Boy
C Boy in a Cape D Long Day’s Journey into Night
38.If you are interested in the masterpieces in the 17th century, how much can you pay to book a ticket?
A 500 yuan B 100yuan C 50yuan D 300yuan
Donald John Trump(born in June 14，1946)，is an American businessman and politician who became the President-elect of the United States on November 8，2016.Since 1971 he has chaired The Trump Organization，the principal holding company for his real estate ventures and other business interests.During his business career，Trump has built office towers，hotels，casinos，golf courses，and other branded facilities worldwide.
Trump was born and raised in New York City and received a bachelor’s degree in economics from the Wharton Schoo1 of the University of Pennsylvania in 1968.In 1971，he was given control of his father Fred Trump’s real estate and construction firm.Trump has appeared at the Miss USA pageants，which he owned from 1996 to 2015，and has made cameo appearances in films and television series.
Trump and his businesses，as well as his three marriages，have received prominent media exposure.He hosted a popular NBC reality show，The Apprentice，from 2004 to 2015.As of 2016，he was listed by Forbes as the 324th wealthiest person in the world，and 156th in the United States，with a net worth of $3.7 billion in October 2016.
Trump first campaigned for the U.S.presidency in 2000，winning two Reform Party primaries.On June 16，2015，Trump again announced his candidacy for president，this time as a Republican.Trump became known for his opposition to illegal immigration and free trade agreements，as well as his frequently non-interventionist views on foreign policy，and quickly emerged as the Republican nomination front-runner.As of March 23，2016，Trump has won 21 contests in the 2016 Republican presidential primaries.
He was elected as the 45th U.S.president in the 2016 election on the Republican ticket，defeating Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton，and took office on January 20，201 7.At 70 years old，he is the oldest person to ever assume the presidency.
39.This passage is mostly probably taken from__________.
A a story book B a biography book
C a science book D an advertisement
40.Where is Donald Trump’s hometown?
A London. B Paris. C New York. D Beijing.
41.From the passage，we can know that Donald Trump was________.
A wealthy and Successful B intelligent but mean
C good-tempered and tolerant D forgetful and sensitive
42.We can 1earn from the passage that_________.
A Donald Trump is only successful in business field
B Donald Trump was born in a poor family
C Donald Trump is in favor of illegal immigration
D Donald Trump is the oldest president of the United States
In the United States, employees typically work five days a week for eight hours each day. However, many employees want to work a four-day week and are willing to accept less pay in order to do so.
If a law required companies to offer their employees the option of working a four-day workweek for four-fifths of their normal pay, it would benefit the economy as a whole as well as the individual companies and the employees who would decide to take the option. The shortened workweek would increase company profits because employees would feel more rested and quicker, and as a result, they would make fewer costly errors in their work. More staff would be hired to ensure the accomplishment of the same amount of work, but it would not result in additional pay that the company has to prepare for these people. It is because four-day employees would only be paid 80 percent of the normal rate. In the end, companies would have fewer overworked and error-prone(容易出错的)employees for the same money, which would increase company profits.
For the country as a whole, one of the primary benefits of offering this option to employees is that it would reduce unemployment rates. If many full-time employees started working fewer hours, some of their workload would have to be given to others. Thus, for every four employees who would go on an 80 percent week, a new employee could be hired at the 80 percent rate.
Finally, the option of a four-day workweek would be better for individual employees. Employees who could afford a lower salary in exchange for more free time could improve the quality of their lives by spending the extra time with their families, pursuing private interests, or enjoying leisure activities.
43.To take the option, the employees would like to .
A work longer B give up private interests
C get less pay D make fewer costly errors
44.What would be one benefit from taking the option?
A Employees in companies needn’t work overtime.
B More work would be completed better in advance.
C One-fifth of the pay would be saved by companies.
D Higher efficiency would bring profits to companies.
45.What does the author agree with?
A Employees will earn more money.
B More people will have chances to work.
C One out of four employees will be hired soon.
D A law will he passed to offer employees the option.
Sleep is something we all do. But some people need to sleep more than others. Babies sleep most of the time. Children in school sleep about ten to twelve hours a night. Most adults sleep only seven or eight hours. ___46___
All parts of our bodies have to rest after they work.. Our arms need a rest after we lift heavy thing, When we run fast, our legs work hard. They get tired. We have to rest them. Our brains work hard, too. ___47___. We can sit quite still and rest our arms and legs. But our brains aren’t resting. They go right on thinking as long as we are awake.
Our brains slow down a bit when we sleep and dream. ___48___ Instead of thinking wide-awake thoughts, our brains make up dreams. Some dreams are very pleasing. Some are not. Most of the time we forget them when we wake up.
Scientists have tried to find out what would happen if people were not allowed to sleep. They asked some people not to go to bed. The people stayed up all night and all the next day. They stayed up the next night too, and the day after. They played games, but they made mistakes. They forgot things. ___49___
The people grew rude and mean. They became angry with their friends. Finally they were too tired to stand up. When they sat down, they fell asleep.
Scientists have found that if people are not allowed to sleep and to dream, they act in an unusual way. ___50___ But we do know that we need it to stay well. So tonight have a good sleep. Lie down under the covers. Shut your eyes. Let your thoughts wander. Soon you’ll stop thinking. You’ll be asleep.
A. It was hard for their tired brains to work.
B. When we are awake, they help us pay attention to the world around us.
C. But babies, children, and adults ---- all of us need to have our sleep.
D. Good sleep helps to improve one’s memory.
E. No one knows why sleep is so good for us.
F. But even as we sleep our brains are doing some work.
G. Of course you will have a good sleep.
Classical Chinese poetry is traditional Chinese poetry 51 (write) in Classic Chinese and typified by certain traditional forms. Many 52 (poem) come from particular historical periods, such as the poetry of the Tang Dynasty and the verse of Song Dynasty. 53 (it)existence dates back to at least as early as the publication of the Classic of Poetry or Shijing. There are 54 (vary)combinations of forms and genres, most of 55 arose at the end of the Tang Dynasty.
Development of Classical Chinese poetry 56 (active)continued up to the year of 1919, when the May Fourth Movement 57 (take) place, and is still popular even today. Classical Poetry created during this 2,500 year period has been developing continuously, 58 (produce)a great deal of diversity-classified by both major historical periods 59 dynastic periods.
Of the key aspects of Classical Chinese poetry is its close inter-relationship with other forms of Chinese art, such as Chinese painting and Chinese calligraphy(书法). Classical Chinese poetry has proven to have a strong influence 60 poetry worldwide.