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江苏省2014届高三英语(牛津版)一轮复习攻略训练:任务型阅读(3)


第一部分 任务型阅读(每题 1 分,共计 10 分) 认真阅读下列短文,并根据所读内容在文章后表格中的空格里填入一个最恰当的单词。 注意:每个空格只填 1 个单词。请将答案写在答题卡相应题号的横线上。

How to Graduate from College with a High GPA (Grade Point Average) One Hour a D

ay One of the most challenging things about college is time management. It’s not that you don’t have enough. In fact you usually have too much time, and as a result time gets wasted. If you take good notes in class, and spend one hour reviewing your notes every day before going to sleep, you make use of the power of the subconscious (下意识) to absorb information and by the time exams come around you’ll know all the material on a subconscious level, and you don’t have to sit up the night before exams. Considering the amount of free time you usually have in college, one hour a day is not much in view of the long-term benefits. Select Easy Courses In your first term of college, load up on as many “easy A’s” as possible. There are several reasons for this. The first term of college is full of excitement as it is, and there are probably even more today than ever thanks to Facebook, Twitter, and more. The last thing you want to do is add difficult coursework to this. The other reason why selecting easy courses is powerful is that it allows you to start off your college career with an extremely high GPA. Good grades have less and less of an impact on your GPA later in your college career and raising your GPA becomes much more difficult. Selecting easy courses in the first term also leaves room for the occasional failure when coursework becomes more challenging. Join (or Form) Study Groups If you go to a large public school where classes often have 700 plus people, study groups are an extremely effective way to ensure good grades. Study groups are often led by older students who have taken the course and received A’s in that particular course. They also often provide you with resources such as practice tests, practice problems, and many others that might not be provided by professors. Use Personal Development I can honestly say I didn’t involve myself in personal development when I was in college. Looking back I realize that I suffered from low self-respect and a very unhealthy self-image. Without doubt this had a negative impact on my GPA. But, if I had combined personal development techniques with the three steps above, my college career would have turned out very different. If you have already started school, I recommend developing a strategy that applies these four ideas to your

current schedule. If you haven’t started school yet, do some research on easier courses and what study groups might be available. If you follow through and commit to the four recommendations above, you’ll set yourself up for a very successful first term, and hopefully a very successful college career. Good luck to all of you starting the college journey.

How to Graduate from College with a High GPA
This helps you to grasp what you’ve learned subconsciously 66. ▲ too much effort.

Spend one hour every day on your lessons.

You don’t have to sit up 67. exams.



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It’s hard to deal with difficult courses in the 69. 68. ▲ easy courses in your first term of college. It allows you to start college career with a 70. academic record.

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If you get a low score later, your previous scores will make it up. Be a 71. ▲ of study groups.

It ensures good grades because you get a lot of practical 72. ▲ from older students.

Get 73. ▲ in personal development.

A high self-respect can 74.



influence your GPA.

Follow the four tips, and your college career will be a 75. 第五部分 书面表达(满分 25 分)



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69.beginning 70.high/good/remarkable 71.member 72.resources 第四部分 任务型阅读(共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分)

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请认真阅读下列短文,并根据所读内容在文章后表格中的空格里填入最恰当的单词。 注意:1. 每空格 1 个单词。2.所有答案写在答题纸指定位置,否则不计分。

Searching for the truth Collecting and writing news is like researching in history: the best information comes from those who were there at the time. So if' we want to study the history of China in the sixth century AD, we look at the writings of the people who lived then. They are called the primary sources because they tell us what it was like to live then. People at a much later date who write about the same events are called the secondary sources. For example, when we read the original writings of Jia Sixie on agriculture, we are reading a primary source; when we read about Jia Sixie in our textbook we are reading secondary source because the passage was written about him and his ideas many years after he died. When we make news, we use primary and secondary sources. We can see this most clearly in TV programmes. As we watch the news on TV, the person presenting the programme in the studio is the secondary source( because he tells us about the news) and the reporter in Iraq or Washington is the primary source (because he is telling us about what is actually happening there). Without these reporters acting as primary sources, you would never find out what really happened in a war, earthquake, sports meeting, concert or festival. These reporters explain what is happening, so we have a clearer idea of what is going on there. They often take photographers with them who act as primary source by giving pictures of events. In a newspaper, the position is different because these two roles are often combined. This means a reporter who investigates a story may be the same person who writes it. If this happens, the reporter is both the primary and the secondary source. But the photographer who works with him/her is still a primary source. One of the reasons that it is important to separate primary and secondary sources is that they help us to decide what is a fact and what is an opinion. A fact is something that everybody agrees has happened. An opinion is somebody's idea of what happened. So facts and opinions are often mixed in any report, whether in a newspaper or on TV.

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