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云南省2007年特岗教师招考试卷(初中英语科目三)

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Ⅰ.Vocabulary and Structure 30%

Directions:There are thirty incomplete sentences in this part.For each sentence there are four choices marked A,B,C and D.Choose the ONE that best completes the sentence.

()1.Does the TV sayhappened in Iraq every day?
A.terrible somethingB.something terrible
C.terrible anythingD.anything terrible

()2.Jim borrowed a Chinese book from his classmate. Heit for three days.
A.has borrowedB. has lent
C.has kept  D.lend

()3.Many kinds of  flowers were  on Dong Feng Square last month.
A.on showB.on land
C.on earth D.on watch

()4.—Would you like some more chicken ,Linda?
—.
A.Id like toB.Just a little,please
C.Yes,Id like a drinkD.Id like some

()5.—Will your friend go for a picnic this Sunday?
—If I dont go,.
A.so does heB.so he will
C.neither does heD.neither will he

()6.—do you visit your grandparents before?
—Every winter.
A.How longB.How often
C.How soonD.How much

()7.She went to BeijingOctober 2,2000 and came backa cold morning last year.
A.in;onB.on;in
C.on;onD.in;in

()8.Unless heto help us,we shall lose the game.
A.promisesB.will promise
C.would promiseD.had promised

()9.We have no paper.
A.writeB.to write
C.writing onD.to write on

()10.—You wantsandwich?
—Yes,I usually eat a lot when Im hungry.
A.anotherB.other
C.othersD.the other

()11.Since last term,each of theman EnglishEnglish dictionary.
A.hadB.has
C.has hadD.have had

()12.The book called Harry Potter mustnt from the library.
A.take awayB.taken away
C.are taken awayD.be taken away

()13.Before we started out,wed betterthe time of the next train in the time table.
A.look afterB.look up
C.look forD.to look for

()14.Mary doesnt like bluered.But.
A.or;Lily doesB.and;does Lily
C.nor;Lily isD.neither;is Lily

()15.There are threeassistants in thatshop.
A.women;shoeB.woman;shoe
C.woman;shoesD.women;shoes

()16.—How do you know that she likes singing?
—I often hear herafter class.
A.to singB.sangC.singD.sings

()17.When people want to relax themselves,they preferTV or listen to music rather than  newspapers.
A.watching;readB.watching; to read
C.to watch ;readD.to watch;reading

()18.The new librarian still doesnt knowthe outofdate newspapers and magazines.
A.what to deal withB.how to deal with
C.how to do withD.what to do away with

()19.to make a good beginning,these new comers did all that they could to get themselves wellprepared.
A.To be determinedB.Determined
C.Being determinedD.Determining

()20.It is usually considered that living with disability is.
A.challenged and frustratedB.challenged and frustrating
C.challenging and frustratedD.challenging and frustrating

()21.Those guestsat the front now came here from a European country early this morning.
A.who seatedB.seating
C.were sittingD.seated

()22.It is said that a grave of a middleaged manabout 2300 B.C. was found by some English archaeologists in the year of 2002.
A.dating backB.dated back to
C.dating back toD.dated from

()23.She told her neighbour that hethe wellknown scientist if he had attended the lecture.
A.could meetB.might have met
C.might meetD.would meet

()24.The citizens didnt feel safe at all after several families had their housesat night and a lot of things stolen.
A.broken inB.broken into
C.to be broken intoD.break in

()25.Come on,Harry,why stand there alone?Well go to play ballgames.How aboutus?
A.taking part inB.joining
C.joining inD.attending

()26.before you leave the lab.
A.Make sure that the windows are shut
B.To make sure that the windows are shut
C.Making sure to shut the windows
D.To be sure to shut the windows

()27.The villager told them that his village wasthat of theirs.
A.three times larger thanB.as large as three times
C.three times as larger asD.three times size of

()28.Some old potsclay were found lyingto the dead body.
A.made from;closelyB.made of;close
C.made by;closely D.made up of ;close

()29.A way must be thought ofhis wound,  otherwise he might bleed to.
A.to stop;dieB.stopping; death
C.to stop;deathD.stopping; dead

()30.My suggestion iswe should have mercythese homeless children and offer them some help.
A.that;onB.what;to
C.which;forD.that;for

Ⅱ.Reading Comprehension 15%

Directions:There are three passages in this part.Each passage is followed by five questions or unfinished statements.For each of them there are four choices marked A,B,C and D.You should decide on the BEST ONE.

Passage 1

Not everyone in the world requires the same amount of living space.The amount of space a person needs around him is a cultural difference,not an economic one.Knowing your own psychological space needs is important because they strongly affect your choices,including,for example,the number of bedrooms in the home.If you were brought up in a twochild family and both you and your sister or brother had your own bedrooms,the chances are if you have two children or more,that you also will offer separate bedrooms for them.In America,for example,they train people to want to have their own rooms by giving them their own rooms when they are babies.This is very unusual in the world.In many other countries,the baby sleeps in the same bed with his parents or in bed near them.

The space in the home also shows a lot about the psychological space needs.Some families gather closer to each other and the size of their house has nothing to do with it.Others have separate little corners where family members go to be alone.

Although it is true that the psychological space needs are not decided by economic reasons,they sometimes have to be changed a little because of economic pressure.It is almost impossibe,however,to completely change your psychological space needs.

()1.The first sentence in Paragraph 1 “Not everyone in the world requires the same amount of living space” mean .
A.not two people need exactly the same amount of living space
B.living space requirements are not always the same
C.the world requires the same amount of living space
D.nobody needs a required amount of living space

()2.Some families gather closer to each other at home than others because.
A.they have limited living space
B.they are brought up in a large family
C.it satisfies their psychological space needs
D.the children in the family sleep in the same bed with their parents

()3.Which of the following is true according to the passage?
A.Americans are trained to live in large rooms at birth.
B.Situation decides ones amount of space needs.
C.People in various countries demand different psychological space.
D.Knowing your psychological space needs is important, as it affects your future.

()4.According to the writer of the passage, psychological space needs.
A.are not affected by income at all
B.can hardly be changed altogether
C.can be changed if you make up your mind to do so
D.have nothing to do with cultural background

()5.The best title for this passage is.
A.American Way of Living
B.Psychological Space
C.Space Needs in Different Countries
D.Psychological Space and Economic Pressure

Passage 2

Flying over a desert area in an airplane,two scientists looked down with trained eyes at trees and bushes,After an hours flight one of the scientists wrote in his book,“Look here for probable metal.”Scientists in another airplane,flying over a mountain area,sent a message to other scientists on the ground,“Gold possible.”Walking across hilly ground,four scientists reported.“The ground should be searched for metal.”From an airplane over a hilly wasteland a scientist sent there by radio one word:“Uranium.”

None of the scientists had Xray eyes:they had on magic powers of looking down below the earths surface.They were merely putting to use one of the newest methods of locating minerals in the ground,using trees and plants as signs that certain minerals may lie beneath the ground on which trees and plants are growing.

This newest method of searchng for minerals is based on the fact that minerals deep in the earth may affect the kind of bushes and trees that grow on the surface.

At Weston Bar Greek,a brook six thousand feet high in the mountains of British Columbia,Canada,a mineral search group gathered bags of tree seeds.Boxes were filled with small branches from the trees.Roots were dug and put into boxes.Each bag and box was carefully marked.In a scientific laboratory the parts of the forest trees were burned to ashes and tested.Each small part was examined to learn whether there were minerals in it.

Study of the roots,branches,and seeds showed no silver.But there were small amounts of gold in the roots and a little less gold in the branches and seeds.The seeds growing nearest to the tree trunk had more gold than those growing on the ends of the branches.

()6.Scientists were flying over a desert of a hilly wasteland or a mountain area in order to search forin the ground.
A.goldB.silver
C.metalD.minerals

()7.The study of trees, branches and roots shows that.
A.larger amounts of gold in the branches than in the seeds
B.smaller amounts of gold in the roots than in the branches
C.less amounts of gold in the seeds growing on the ends of branches than seeds growing nearest to the tree trunk
D.there was more gold in the branches than in the roots

()8.Which is the best title suggested below?
A.Scientists Searching for Metals with Special Power.
B.New Methods of Searching for Minerals.
C.Gold Could Be Found by Trees and Plants.
D.A New Method of Searching for Minerals-Using Trees and Plants.

()9.Which of the following is not mentioned as part of a tree that can help find minerals?
A.Leaves.B.Roots.
C.Branches.D.Seeds.

()10.The scientists were in search for minerals by using.
A.XrayB.trees and plants
C.a special instrumentD.trained eyes

Passage 3

Taiwan police cannot decide whether to treat it as an extremely clever act of stealing or an even cleverer cheat.Either way,it could be the perfect crime,because the criminals are birds-homing pigeons!

The crime begins with a telephone message to the owner of a stolen car:if you want the car back,pay up.Then,the car owner is directed to a park,told where to find a bird cage and how to attach money to the neck of the pigeon inside.Carrying the money in a tiny bag,the pigeon flies off.

There have been at least four such pigeon pickups in Changwa.What at first seemed like the work of a clever stayathome car thief,however,may in fact be the work of an even lazier and more inventive criminal mind-one that avoids not only collecting money but going out to steal the car in the first place.Police officer Chen says that the criminal probably has pulled a double trick:he gets money for things he cannot possibly return.Instead of stealing cars,he lets someone else do it and then waits for the car owner to place an ad in the newspaper asking for help.

The theory is supported by the fact that,so far,none of the stolen cars have been returned.Also,the amount of money demanded-under 3,000 Taiwanese dollars-seems too little for a car worth many times more.

Demands for pigeon-delivered money stopped as soon as the press reported the story.And even if they start again,Chen holds little hope of
catching the criminal.“We have more important things to do,”he said.

()11.After the car owner received a phone call,he.
A.went to a certain pigeon and put some money in the bag it carried
B.gave the money to the thief and had his car back in a park
C.sent some money to the thief by mail
D.told the press about it

()12.The “lazier and more inventive criminal”in the third paragraph refers to .
A.the car thief who stays at home
B.one of those who put the ads in the paper
C.one of the policemen is Changwa
D.the owner of the pigeons

()13.The writer mentions the fact that“none of the stolen cars have been returned”to show.
A.how easily people get fooled by criminals
B.what Chen thinks might be correct
C.the thief is extremely clever
D.the money paid is too little

()14.The underlined word “they” in the last paragraph refers to.
A.criminalsB.pigeons
C.the stolen carsD.demands for money

()15.We may infer from the text that the criminal knows how to reach the car owners because.
A.he reads the ads in the newspaper
B.he lives in the same neighborhood
C.he has seen the car owners in the park
D.he has trained the pigeons to follow them

Ⅲ.Proofreading and Error Correction 10%

Directions:There is one passage in this part.The passage contains no more than TEN errors.Each indicated line contains a maximun of ONE error.In each case,only ONE word is involved.You should proofread the passage and correct it the following way:


When∧art museum wants a new exhibit1.an
itneverbuys things in finished form and hangs2.去掉
them on the wall.When a natural history museum3.√
wants an exhibition,it must often build it.4.exhibit
Ive really got to do something to lose weight because
Im getting too fat.I wasnt worried about it until I go1.
to see the doctor.He told me that Id probably had a heart2.
attack while I started eating less.When youre on a diet you3.

have to stop eat too much even though you are always hungry.4.
They may be very hard to do and you certainly need a lot 5.
of willpower to succeed.So I will stay on a health farm for a 6.
month I wont be able to eat much and so Ill have to stick7.
to my diet.Ill also do plenty of exercise, which wont give8.
me any harm too.Both the diet and the exercise will9.
help me to lose weight and feel more better.10.

Ⅳ.Translation  20%

Directions:Translate the following passage into Chinese.
I know a valley in North Wales,between the mountains and the sea.It is a beautiful valley,snug,comfortable,sheltered by the mountains from all the bitter blasts.But it is very enervating,and I remember how the boys were in the habit of climbing the hill above the village to have a glimpse of the great mountains in the distance,and to be stimulated and freshened by the breezes which came from the hilltops,and by the great spectacle of their grandeur.We have been living in a sheltered valley for generations.We have been too comfortable and too indulgent—many,perhaps,too selfish—and the stern hand of fate has scourged us to an elevation where we can see the great everlasting things that matter for a nation—the great peaks we had forgotten,of Honour,Duty,Patriotism,and,clad in glittering white,the great pinnacle of Sacrifice pointing like a rugged finger to heaven.We shall descend into the valleys again;but as long as the men and women of this generation last,they will carry in their hearts the image of those great mountain peaks.

Ⅴ.Writing 25%

Directions:What do you think of the appreciation in education?Please write a composition about 80~100 words.

教法技能部分(教育学、心理学)

六、单项选择题(在每小题的四个备选答案中,选择一个符合题意的正确答案,本大题共10小题,每小题1分,共10分)

()1.教师专业化的尝试始于。
A.教师职业的出现B.师资培训机构的建立
C.教育立法的规定D.国民教育制度的建立

()2.就儿童发展整体而言,生理的成熟先于心理的成熟体现了儿童身心发展的。
A.顺序性B.不平衡性
C.个别差异性D.阶段性

()3.良好班集体形成的重要标志是。
A.有明确的奋斗目标
B.有健全的组织系统和领导核心
C.形成了正确的舆论和良好的班风
D.有严格的规章制度与纪律

()4.为完成特定的教学任务,教师和学生按一定要求组合起来进行活动的结构,称为。
A.教学模式B.教学组织形式
C.教学原则D.教学过程

()5.1924年,我国第一本《教育心理学》教科书出版,它的作者是。
A.陶行知B.蔡元培
C.潘菽D.廖世承

()6.世界上最着名的智力量表是。
A.比纳—西蒙量表B.斯坦福—比纳量表
C.比纳—推孟量表D.维克斯勒量表

()7.带领学生深入工厂或农村进行实地参观访问的直观教学形式为。
A.形象直观B.实物直观
C.模象直观D.言语直观

()8.通过集体讨论,使思维相互撞击,迸发火花,达到集思广益效果的思维训练方法称为。
A.讨论法B.头脑风暴法
C.启发法D.用途扩散法

()9.通常用GB、KB、MB来表示计算机的存储容量,它们的大小关系是。
A.KB<MB<GBB.KB<GB<MB
C.MB<KB<GBD.MB<GB<KB

()10.调制解调器的作用是。
A.把数字信号转换为模拟信号
B.把模拟信号和数字信号相互转换
C.把模拟信号转换为数字信号
D.其他三个答案都不对

七、多项选择题(在每小题的五个备选答案中,选出二至五个符合题意的正确答案,少选、多选、错选,该题均无分。本大题共5小题,每小题2分,共10分)

()1.学校教育与家庭教育相互配合的方法有。
A.互访B.民主评议
C.家长会D.家长委员会
E.校外指导

()2.我国学校德育内容主要是。
A.政治教育B.思想教育
C.道德教育D.心理健康教育
E.体育教育

()3.教学策略主要有。
A.以教师为主导的教学策略B.以学生为中心的教学策略
C.个别化教学D.计算机辅助教学
E.行动策略

()4.影响课堂管理的因素有。
A.教师的领导风格B.班级的规模
C.班级的性质D.对教师的期望
E.学生的智力水平

()5.在文字处理软件Word中,字数统计命令能完成的统计对象是。
A.字符数B.字节数C.字数D.页数E.段落数

八、填空题(将适当的内容填在横线上,本大题共5小题,每小题2分,共10分)

1.新课程倡导的学习方式有:自主学习、、探究学习。

2.心理健康教育的内容主要分为三个方面即、生活辅导和择业指导。

3.日常教育中所谓的“举一反三”、“触类旁通”、“闻一知十”等现象,在教育心理学上称之为。

4.一般认为,态度与品德形成过程的阶段依次为依从、认同、。

5.在用Windows提供的“计算器”进行复杂函数、统计运算时,应在“查看”菜单中把计算器设置为。

九、简答题(本大题共3小题,每小题4分,共12分)

1.评价教师课堂教学质量的基本因素有哪些?

2.教学过程的基本特点有哪些?

3.某台计算机的硬盘上存有以下文件:丁香花.mp3、index.htm、新课程.txt、成龙.doc、哭沙.rm、中国.bmp、五指山.jpeg、还原精灵.rar、飞翔.gif、dog.mpg、cxsj.html,请按不同类型分类:
图形、图像文件:
声音文件:
文本文件:
网页文件:

十、论述题(8分)

试述建构主义学习理论的主要观点及教育启示。

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