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2016年安徽省中小学新任教师公开招聘考试真题—中学英语

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2016年安徽省中小学新任教师公开招聘考试
中学英语
I.单项填空(共15小题,每小题1分,满分15分)
从每小题所给的A、B、C、D四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。
1.—Sarah,would you please give me some more milk?
—I'm sorry, but_____is left.
A.ni one
B.none
C.everthing
D.it
2.Tony, you've got a fever.You_____that cold shower last night.
A.might not have
B.could have had
C.hadn't have
D.shouldn't have had
3.With lots of wounded people, the quake-stricken area is_____for medical assistance now.
A.crazy
B.opposite
C.desperate
D.reluctant
4.Since he's been thrown out of Eton, where will he go to school and what will_____him in the future?
A.become of
B.stand by
C.turn on
D.refer to
5.Chinese writer Cao Wenxuan was awarded the Christian Anderson Award in 2016, making himself the first Chinese_____such a prize.
A.won
B.has won
C.to win
D.winning
6._____he tried to cover the truth, it came out at last.
A.No matter what
B.Whatever
C.No matter how
D.However hand
7.—How can you make such a tasty cake, Mrs. Cook?
—The_____is to follow the directions in the cookbook!
A.feature
B.plan
C.cost
D.trick
8.—Can I bring Aaron to your party tonight, Maggie?
—_____He's my friend too.
A.By all means.
B.How come?
C.Let me see.
D.You're welcome.
9.Mr. Smith, who_____as a teacher in our school for about 20 years, is now our mayor.
A.has worked
B.worked
C.works
D.had worked
10.Only with joint efforts_____a better living environment.
A.we can have
B.can we have
C.we have
D.have we
11.It is vital that every citizen in China_____the core socilist values to practice.
A.apply
B.applies
C.is to apply
D.would apply
12._____impressed us most was that he combined Chinese poetry with his paintings.
A.It
B.What
C.That
D.Which
13.It's_____real relief for us to know Anna was saved from_____fire last night.
A.the;a
B.the;the
C./;a
D.a;the
14.The method of forming new words, like disappointment, unintelligible or comfortably, is called_____.
A.comounding
B.conversion
C.derivation
D.abbreviation
15._____, the "father of English Poetry" and one of the greatest narrative poets of England, was born in London about 1340.
A.William Blake
B.Geoffrey Chaucer
C.Frabcis Bacon
D.John Dryden
II.完型填空(共15小题,每小题1分,满分15分)
阅读下面短文,从短文后每小题所给的A、B、C、D四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。
Admittedly, the best way of learning a foreign language is to stay for a long period of time in the target language country.__16___few learners had or have an opportunity to do so.Most have to endure the__17___process of just studying it at home or in the classroom.The better our English is, the more we realize how first language accelerates or__18___our learning.The move from intermediate to higher leves of__19___in English is closely associated with the ability to make__20___regarding vocabulary and collocation.This is certainly not an issue in the early stages of study.__21___, advanced learners prefer to rely on first language to make these decisions.
In the past, the mother tongue was an__22___part of many local textbooks used at all levels, Translation__23___and to first language was popular in language teaching.However, this use of first language was later__24___, as it often slows foreign language learning.The obvious__25___is that more and more language teachers tend not to speak their mother-tongue in the classroom.Thus, it seems that we__26___the value of translation too much.
In general there are currently two major trends toward it.The first suggests that using the target language exclusively in the classroom is the only way to__27___all the principles and requirements of language teaching.In fact, many teachers feel__28___about saying a word in their mother-tongue.They feel it is__29___and not in keeping with modern trends.The second is represented by those teachers who__30___use the mother-tongue in the classrooms for checking understanding, clarifying meaning, chatting and so on.
16.
A.Purosely
B.Unfortunately
C.Strangely
D.Morally
17.
A.gradual
B.easy
C.primitive
D.painful
18.
A.predicts
B.absorbs
C.hinders
D.interests
19.
A.competence
B.fluency
C.volume
D.accuracy
20.
A.mistakes
B.choices
C.preparations
D.suggestions
21.
A.Similarly
B.So
C.Yet
D.Besides
22.
A.academic
B.independent
C.altemative
D.essential
23.
A.from
B.in
C.by
D.against
24.
A.employed
B.favored
C.rejected
D.introduced
25.
A.phenomenon
B.effect
C.cause
D.excuse
26.
A.questioned
B.overlooked
C.mastered
D.stressed
27.
A.determine
B.fulfill
C.conclude
D.describe
28.
A.guilty
B.content
C.enthusiastic
D.comfortable
29.
A.fashionable
B.complete
C.outdated
D.valid
30.
A.up and down
B.back and forth
C.in and out
D.now and then
III.阅读理解(共12小题,每小题2分,满分24分)
阅读下列短文,从每小题所给的A、B、C、D四个选项中,选出最佳选项。
A
In 1922, Englishman Howard Carter found the tomb of an Egyptian king named Tutankhamen.Some reports say that above the entrance to the tomb, a curse was written:"Death shall come on swift wings to him who disturbs the peace of the king."Carter ignored the curse.He and his friend Lonrd Carvarvon broke into tomb.They found an amazing collection of treasure and three mummies.
A few months later, Lord Carvarvon, aged 57, got sick and died.The doctor didn't know the exact cause of his death, but said perhaps it was from an infection started by an insect bite. It's said that when he died, there was a short power outage and all of the lights throughout Cairo went out.At his home back in England, his favorite dog howled and dropped dead.
     Even more strange, when the mummy of Tutankhamen was unwrapped in 1925, it was found to have a wound on the left cheek in exactly the same position as the insect bite on Carvarvon that led to his death.
     Reporters quickly developed the story.By 1935, they claimed that 21 deaths were due to the"Munmmy's Curse".However, according to Herbert E.Winlock the director of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City, by 1934, only eight people directly connected to the tomb had died.Indeed, Howard Carter, the man who actually opened the tomb, lived to almost 65 before dying of natural causes.
     But perhaps some connection did exist.In 1999, a German scientist suggested that the deaths were possibly caused by mold-extremely small, dangerous growths that can survive for thousands of years, even in a dark, dry tomb, For this reason, archeologists now wear special masks and gloves when unwrapping a mummy.
31.The best title for the passage is probably_____.
A.An Ancient Egyptian King
B.The Mummy's Curse
C.Egyptian Mummies
D.Unwrapping a Mummy
32.The underlined word"outage"in paragraph 2 is the closest in meaning to_____.
A.shock
B.failure
C.disaster
D.therapy
33.Who contributed most to the spread of the curse?
A.Reporters.
B.Doctors.
C.Carvarvon.
D.Scientists.
34.What can be inferred from the passage?
A.Howard Carter died soon after he opened the tomb.
B.Lord Carvarvon's right cheek was actually bitten by an insect.
C.A total number of 21 deaths were closely related to the curse.
D.Mold might be the scientific explanation for the strange deaths.
B
     Imagine the solitude felt by Marie Smith before she died earlier this year in her native Alaska, at 89.She was the last person who knew the language of the Eyak people as a mother-tongue.Or imagine Ned Mandrell, who died in 1974—he was the last native speaker of Manx.In remote parts of the world, dozens more people are on the point of taking to their graves a system of communication that will never be recorded or reconstructed.
     Should anyone lose sleep over the fact that many tongues are in danger of suffering a similar fate?Compared with groups who advocate saving animals or trees, campaigners who advovcate preserving languages are themselves a rare breed.But they are trying both to impede and publicize an alarming acceleration in the rate at which languages are vanishing.Of some 6, 900 tongues spoken in the world today, some 50% to 90% could be gone by the end of the century.In Africa, at least 300 languages are in near-term danger, and 200 more have died recently or are on the verge of death.Some 145 languages are threatened in East and South-east Asia.
     Some languages even face a threat in the shape of political power bent on imposing a majority tongue.A youngster in any part of France soon realized that whatever you spoke at home, mastering French was the key to success.Nor did English reach its present global status without ruthless tactics.In years past, Americans, Canadians and Australians took native children away from their families to be raised at boarding schools where English rules.
     The result is a growing list of tongues spoken only by white-haired elders.For instance, Njerep, one of 31 endangered languages in Cameroon, reportedly has only four speakers left, all over 60.The valleys of the Cauncansus used to be a paradise for linguists in serch of unusual syntax, but Ubykh, one of the region's mysterious tongues, officially expired in 1992.
35.What led to Marie Smith's solitude?
A.The language she spoke will never be recorded.
B.People around her could not understand her.
C.She's a native of Alaska but lives far away from it.
D.She's the last person having Eyak as mother-tongue.
36.What do campaigners in Paragraph 2 strive to do?
A.Take measures to take down spoken languages.
B.Record and reconstruct all the vanishing languages.
C.Slow down languages' vanishing and make them known.
D.Speed up the rate of learning a certain foreign language.
37.From Paragraph 3, we can know that_____.
A.mastering French holds the key to one's career success
B.the vanishing languages are promoted by political figures
C.some languages are threatened by certain political power
D.English stands out from languages due to its own advantages
38.The last paragraph implies that in the future the number of langyages will_____.
A.stop falling
B.stop increasing
C.begin to climb
D.continue to decrease
C
     The American screen has long been a smoky place, at least since 1942's Now, Voyager, in which Bette Davis and Paul Henreid showed how to make a romantic deal over a pair of cigarettes. Today cigarettes are the most common onscreen:75% of Hollywood films show tobacco use, according to a recent survey by the University of California,San Francisco.
     Audiences, especially kids, are taking notice.Recent studies have found that among childern as young as 10, those exposed to the most screen smoking are up to 2.7 times as likely as others to pick up the habit. Worse, it's the ones from nonsmoking homes who are hit the hardest.
     Now the Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH)-the folks behind the U.S. designated-driver campaign-are pushing to get the smokes off the screen. "We’re in the business of preventing disease, and cigarettes are the No. 1 preventable cause," says Barry Bloom, HSPH's dean. "A pissible way to do it is to expose them to enough good examples," That's why the designated-driver concept caught on in the 1980s, when Harvard and the ad agencies persuaded TV networks to slip the idea into their shows. "The idea appeared in 160 prime-time episodes over four years and drunk-driving fatalities fell 25% over the next three years."
     Harvard long believed that getting cigarettes out of movies could have as powerful an effect, but it wouldn't be easy. Cigarette makers had a history of striking product-placement deals with Hollywood, and while the 1998 tobacco settlement prevents that, nothing stops directors from incorporating smoking into scenes on their own.
     In 1999 Harvard began holding one-on-one meetings with studio execs trying to change that. Harvard's advice was clear: Get the butts entirely out, or at least make smoking unappealing. A few films provide a glimpse of what a no-smoking-or low-smoking-Hollywood would be like. Such movies are hardly the rule, but the pressure is growing. Like smokers, studios may conclude that quitting the habit is not just a lot healthier but also a Lot smarter.
39.The first paragraph mainly tells us that_____.
A.smoking can make romance on screen
B.cigarette smoke floods American screen
C.cigarettes are now easier to get than in the past
D.Hallywood movies characterize American screen
40.Ther second paragraph is written to_____.
A.analyze the data related to on-air smoking
B.explain why smoke-based movies are popular
C.display how screen smoking affects children
D.show kids above 10 are the most likely to smoke
41.It is hard to get cigarettes out of Hollywood mainly because_____.
A.directors are reluctant to give up smoking scenes
B.cigarette makers are on good terms with Hollywood
C.there is still no relevant law to regulate the market
D.the designated-driver campaign doesn't apply to Hollywood
42.What is the author's attitude towards getting cigarettes out of screen?
A.Negative.
B.Positive.
C.Sympathetic.
D.Skeptical.
IV.翻译(满分10分)
将短文中划线的句子译成中文。
(43) Happiness can be described as a positive mood and a pleasant state of mind. Psychologists have been studying the factors that contribute to happiness. (44) It's not predictable nor is a person in an apparently ideal situation necessarily happy. The ideal situation may have little to do with his actual feelings. (45)  A good education and income are usually considered necessary for happiness. Though both may contribute,they are only chief factors if the person is seriously under-educated or actually suffering from lack of physical needs. (46) People with college education are somewhat happier than those who didn't graduate from high schools,and it's believed that this is mainly because they have more opportunity to control their lives. (47) Yet people with a very high income and a college education may be less happy than those with the same income and no college education.
V.书面表达(满分20分)
     The number of overweight children in our country is increasing. Some people think this is due to problems such as the growing number of fast food outlets, Others believe that parents are to blame for not looking after their children's health. What do you think? Write a composition of on less than 150 words on the following topoc:
My views on the growing overweight children
VI.教学设计(满分20分)
根据下面的语言素材,用英语完成以下的设计任务(设计意图可以用中文表达)。
  1. 确定这节课的知识和能力目标;
  2. 根据所设定的目标创设情境,设计3个教学活动,写出活动的主要内容及设计意图。
Andy:What are you reading, Ken?
Ken:The Old Man and the Sea by Hemingway.
Andy:Wow, now I know why you’re so good at writing stories.
Ken:Yes,I want to be a writer.
Andy:Really? How are you going to be a writer.
Ken:Well, I'm going to keep on writing stories,of course.What do you want to be?
Andy:My parents want me to be a doctor, but I’m not sure about that.
Ken:Well, don't worry. Not everyone knows what they want to be. Just make sure you try your best. Then you can be anything you want!
Andy:Yes, you are right.
VII.教学案例分析(满分16分)
下面是一篇八年级的阅读材料以及教学片段,请用中文从以下方面进行评析。
  1. 阅读教学模式;
  2. 读前活动;
  3. 教师角色。
阅读材料:
     When people say "culture",we think of art and history.But one very famous symbol in American culture is a cartoon.We all know and love the black mouse with two large round ears---MickeyMouse.Over 80 years ago,he first appeared in the cartoon Steamboat Willie.When this cartoon came out in New York on November 18,1928,it was the first cartoon with sound and music.The man behind Mickey was Walt Disney.He became very rich and successful.In the 1930s,he made 87 cartoons with Mickey.
Some people might ask how this cartoon animal became so popular.One of the main reasons is that Mickey was like a common man,but he always tried to face any danger.In his early films,Mickey was unlucky and had many problems such as losing his house or girlfriend,Minnie.However,he was always ready to try his best.People went to the cinema to see the"little man"win.Most of them wanted to be like Mickey.
教学片段:
Step 1 Pre-reading
Brainstorming:
T:Do you like to watch cartoons? What is your favorite cartoon?(学生小组讨论自己最喜欢的卡通片)
T:And which is your favorite cartoon character? What does he/she look like?(学生讨论、列举出最喜欢的卡通人物并简单介绍其外貌特征)
Step 2 While-reading
1.Fast reading.Students read the passage quickly and try to get the main idea of each paragraph.
Paragraph 1 One aymbol of American culture
Paragraph 2 Reasons for Mickey's popularity
2.Carful reading.
(1)Tell students to read the passage from 5W:Who, What, When, Where and Why.
(2)Read carefully and find out the answers to 5W in this passage.
◆Who is the main character?
◆What does he look like?
◆When did he first appear?
◆Where did he come out?
◆Why did he become so popilar?
(3)Retell the passage according to 5W and make a conclusion:
Mickey is a symbol of American culture.
Step 3 Post-reading
Work in groups to:
1.Make a survey about another cartoon character that is as famous as Mickey in China.
2.Introduce the cartoon character to others from 5W.