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高二升高三暑期提高vip教案3

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高二升高三暑期提高 vip 教案 3 乐山戴氏英语教研组(高三)
学生: 老师: 2013-07-31

热身运动 按要求写单词
动词变名词时的拼写变化 1. succeed— 3. explain— 5. enter— 7. refuse— 9. discover— 11. conclude— 13. weigh— 成功 2. pronounce— 解释 4. decide— 进入 6. permit— 拒绝 8. consider— 发现 10. bury— 得出结论 12. arrive— 重量 发音 决定 允许 考虑 埋葬 到达

你能不加思索,迅速写出下面的词吗来吗? 国外 缺席 n. (absent adj.) 事故 (accidental adj. 偶然的,accidentally adv. 成就 (achieve v. 获得) 地址 钦佩 协议 农业 (agricultural adj. 农业的) 古代的 忧虑 (anxious adj. 焦急的,anxiously adv. 焦急地) 道歉 v. (apology n. 道歉) 感激/欣赏 (感激 cie ) 助手 吃惊 (astonishment n. 吃惊,astonishing,astonished) 宇航员 气氛 尝试 (可作名词也可作动词)24. attentively 专心地 态度 吸引 (attraction 吸引力) 平均

平衡 美 (beautiful) 相信 (belief n. 信念,其复数是 beliefs) 超过 生物 生日 勇敢 广播 (过去式、过去分词同原形) 小心 (carefully) 天花板 庆祝 (celebrate n. 庆祝) 世纪 挑战

词汇特训 Ways of walking
crawl creep hop limp march paddle skip slip stroll trip

War and peace
ally army attack capture ceasefire civilian declare defend enemy invade peace talk prisoner retreat

Using the Vocabulary
A.Label the pictures

B.Match the definitions with words.
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. to walk to walk to move to walk to move lifting somewhere in a show, relaxed way very quietly and carefully about by jumping up and down on one foot with difficulty because one of your legs or feet is hurt forwards by jumping quickly on one foot when the other and your knees high

C.Complete the paragraph with words in the box.
WAR BETWEEN SPERLAND AND POTRINIA In the early hours of yesterday morning soldiers from Sperland(1) Potrinia, despite warnings from the Potrinian government not to come onto their territory.They(2) Villages just across the border. Village leaders were(3) and taken back to Sperland as prisoners.Villagers tried to(4) their homes, but few had weapons and most were forcd to(5) to safer areas away from the border. Following these events, Potrinia(6) war on Sperland. Neighbours of the two countries have called for a(7) One said, “There must be an end to all fighting.”It is hoped that the Sperlish and Portrinian leaders will agree to meet some time next week for(8) .

熟词生义 B,C,D1
B 20.become(熟义:v.变得,变成) Her new hat certainly becomes her.(vt. What has become of him?=What has happened to him? 21.behavior(熟义:n.举止;行为) The behavior 0f this computer is moderately good.(n. 22.blank(熟义:adj.空白的 n.空白) The stranger returned my greeting with a blank look.(adj. ) ) )

I call not think where I've left my umbrella ; my mind's a complete blank!(n. )

23.blue(熟义:adj.&n.蓝色) His songs always make me feel blue.(adj. 24. bare(adj.熟义:裸露的) He likes to bare his heart/soul with his close friends.(vt. 25.bear(熟义:vt.忍受;容忍) He was badly wounded in the war and still bears the scars.(v. 26.bound(熟义:a 由.一定会) I don't like being desk-bound all day.(adj. C 27. cause(熟义:v.致使) We are struggling for revolutionary cause.(n. 28.celebrate(熟义:vt.庆祝) He celebrated her for her courage.(vt. 29.climate(熟义:n.气候) The cultural climate here is somehow a little upsetting.(n. 30.cloudy(熟义:adj.阴的,多云的) Who did is still remains cloudy.(adj. 31.coach(熟义:n.教练) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) )

She coached me in English.(v. 32.count(熟义:n.&v.计算,数)

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(1)There are 10 people in the classroom counting two teachers.(vt. (2)It is not how much you read but what you read that counts.(vt. (3)She was counted among the greatest dancers.(vt. 33.couple(熟义:n.一对,一双;一对夫妇或情侣) The dining car was coupled onto the last coach.(v. 34.course(熟义:n.课程;过程) The main course was a vegetable stew.(n. 35.cross(熟义:v.跨越,横穿 n.十字) Don't be cross with him——after all,he meant to help.(adj. 36.case(熟义:n.情况;状况) There are three cases of fever in school.(n. 37.casual(熟义:adj.偶然的;随意的) He was employed as a casual laborer.(adj. 38.cater(熟义:v.为社交活动提供饮食;承办酒席) TV must cater for many different tastes.(v. 39.chance(熟义:n.机会) She chanced to be in when he called.(V. ) ) ) ) ) ) ) )

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人物传记

2010 湖南 B
When Mary Moore began her high school in 1951, her mother told her, "Be sure and take a typing course so when this show business thing doesn't work out, you'll have something to rely on. " Mary responded in typical teenage fashion. From that moment on, "the very last thing I ever thought about doing was taking a typing course," she recalls. The show business thing worked out, of course. In her career, Mary won many awards. Only recently, when she began to write Growing Up Again, did she regret ignoring her morn," I don't know how to use a computer," she admits. Unlike her 1995 autobiography, After All, her second book is less about life as an award-winning actress and more about living with diabetes (糖尿病). All the money from the book is intended for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF), an organization she serves as international chairman. "I felt there was a need for a book like this," she says. " I didn't want to lecture, but I wanted other diabetics to know that things get better when we're self-controlled and do our part in managing the disease. " But she hasn't always practiced what she teaches. In her book, she describes that awful day, almost 40 years ago, when she received two pieces of life-changing news. First, she had lost the baby she was carrying, and second, tests showed that she had diabetes. In a childlike act, she left the hospital and treated herself to a box of doughnuts (甜甜圈). Years would pass before she realized she had to grow u p ---again---and take control of her diabetes, not let it control her. Only then did she kick her three-pack-a-day cigarette habit, overcome her addiction to alcohol, and begin to follow a balanced diet. Although her disease has affected her eyesight and forced her to the sidelines of the dance floor, she refuses to fall into self-pity. "Everybody on earth can ask, 'why me?' about something or other," she insists. "It doesn't do any good. No one is immune (免 疫的) to heartache, pain, and disappointments. Sometimes we can make things better by helping others. I've come to realize the importance of that as I've grown up this second time. I want to speak out and be as helpful as I can be. " 61. Why did Mary feel regretful? A. She didn't achieve her ambition. B. She didn't take care of her mother. C. She didn't complete her high school. D. She didn't follow her mother's advice. 62, We can know that before 1995 Mary A. had two books published B. received many career awards C. knew how to use a computer D. supported the JDRF by writing

63. Mary's second book Growing Up Again is mainly about her . A. living with diabetes B. successful show business C. service for an organization D. remembrance of her mother 64. When Mary received the life-changing news, she . A. lost control of herself B. began a balanced diet C. Med to get a treatment D. behaved in an adult way 65. What can we know from the last paragraph? A. Mary feels pity for herself. B. Mary has recovered from her disease. C. Mary wants to help others as much as possible. D. Mary determines to go back to the dance floor. 自制生词表:

2009 陕西 B
When people hear a president speak, they seldom think about others helping to shape the presentation 报告)Today, however, presidents depend on writers such as J. Terry ( . Edmonds to help them communicate(交流)effectively. Edmonds is the first African ever to work as a full-time speechwriter for a U.S. president; he is also the first African to serve as director of speechwriting for the White House. His is an all-American story of success. Edmonds grew up in Baltimore, Maryland; his father drove a truck, and his mother worked as a waitress. A great reader, Edmonds showed a gift for writing at his high School, Baltimore City College. After graduating in 1967, Edmonds went on to Morgan State University. Edmonds began his career in business, with jobs in public relations and communications, He joined the world of politics as news secretary for his congressman (国会议员) from Baltimore, During Bill Clinton?s presidency, he

worked speeches for Health and Human Services Secretary Donna Shalala and worked in a number of jobs in the White House and in governmental departments. President Clinton then appointed (任命) him to the office of director of speechwriting, Following the 2000 elections, Edmonds returned to Morgan State University as the school?s special assistant to the president for 2001-2002. 1. Which of the following statements is TRUE according to the text? A. Edmonds proved himself to be good at writing at high school. B. Edmonds graduated from Morgan State University in 1967. C. Edmonds was the first full-time speechwriter. D. Edmonds served the White House after 2000. 2. Edmonds entered the world of politics first as A. news secretary for a congressman B. a speechwriter for President Clinton C. news secretary in the White House D. a speechwriter for Secretary Donna Shalala 3. The text is most likely to be found in a book about A. popular science C. successful people B. historical events D. political systems

作业 2009 浙江 E
Four people in England, back in 1953, stared at photo 51. It wasn’ much –a picture t showing a black X. But three of these people won the Nobel prize for figuring out what the photo really showed—the shape of DNA. The discovery brought fame and fortune to scientists James Watson, Francis crick, and Maurice Wilkins. The fourth, the one who actually made the picture, was left out. Her name was Rosalind Franklin. “she should have been up there,” says historian Mary Bowden. “if her photo hadn’t been there, the others couldn’t have come up with the structure.” One reason Franklin was missing was that she had died of cancer four years before the Nobel decision. But now school doubt that Franklin was not only robbed of her life by disease but robbed of credit by her competitors. At Cambridge university in the 1950s, Watson and Crick tried to make models by cutting up shapes of DNA’s parts and then putting them together. In the meantime, at king’s college in London Franklin and Wilkins shone X-rays at the molecule(分子). The rays produced patterns reflecting the shape. But Wilkins and Franklin’s was a lot rockier than the celebrated teamwork of Watson and Crick. Wilkins thought Franklin was hired to be his assistant. But the college actually employed her to take over the DNA project. What she did was produce X-ray picture that Watson and Crick that one of their models was inside out. And she was not shy about saying so. That angered Watson, who attacked her in return, “mere inspection suggested that she would not easily bend. Clearly she had to go or be put in her place. As Franklin’s competitors, Wilkins, Watson and Crick had much to gain by cutting her out of the little group of researchers, says historian Pnina Abir-Am. In 1962 at the Nobel prize awarding ceremony, Wilkins thanked 13 colleagues by name before he mentioned Franklin. Watson wrote his book laughing at her. Crick wrote in 1974 that “Franklin was only two steps away from the solution.” No, Franklin was the solution. “She contributed more than any other player to solving the structure of DNA. She must be considered a co-discoverer,” Abir-Am says. This was backed up by Aaron Klug, who worked with Franklin and later won a Nobel Prize himself. Once described as the “Dark Lady of DNA”, Franklin is finally coming into the light. 1. What is the text mainly about? A. The disagreements among DNA researchers. B. The unfair treatment of Franklin. C. The process of discovering DNA.

D. The race between two teams of scientists. 2. Watson was angry with Franklin because she ______. A. took the lead in the competition B. Kept her results from him C. proved some of his findings wrong D. shared her data with other scientists 3. Why is Franklin described as “Dark Lady of DNA”? A. She developed pictures in dark labs. B. She discovered the black X---- the shape of DNA. C. Her name was forgotten after her death. D. Her contribution was unknown to the public. 4. What is the writer’s attitude toward Wilkins, Watson and Crick? A. Disapproving B. Respectful. C. Admiring D. Doubtful

2006 湖南 E
Susan Sontag (1933-2004) was one of the most noticeable figures in the world of literature. For more than 40 years she made it morally necessary to know everything—to read every book worth reading, to see every movie worth seeing. When she was still in her early 30s, publishing essays in such important magazines as Partisan Review, she appeared as the symbol of American cultural life, trying hard to follow every new development in literature, film and art. With great effort and serious judgment, Sontag walked at the latest edges of world culture. Seriousness was one of Sontag?s lifelong watchwords (格言), but at a time when the barriers between the well-educated and the poor-educated were obvious, she argued for a true openness to the pleasures of pop culture. In “Notes on Camp”, the 1964 essay that first made her name, she explained what was then a little-known set of difficult understandings, through which she could not have been more famous. “Notes on Camp”, she wrote, “represents victory of ?form? over ?content?, ?beauty? over ?morals?.” By conviction (信念) she was a sensualist (感觉论者), but by nature she was a moralist (伦理学者), and in the works she published in the 1970s and 1980s, it was the latter side of her that came forward. In Illness as Metaphor—published in 1978, after she suffered cancer—she argued against the idea that cancer was somehow a

special problem of repressed personalities (被压抑的个性), a concept that effectively blamed the victim for the disease. In fact, re-examining old positions was her lifelong habit. In America, her story of a 19th century Polish actress who set up a perfect society in California, won the National Book Award in 2000. But it was as a tireless, all-purpose cultural view that she made her lasting fame. “Sometimes,” she once said, “I feel that, in the end, all I am really defending...is the idea of seriousness, of tree seriousness.” And in the end, she made us take it seriously too. 1. The underlined sentence in paragraph 1 means Sontag ______. A. was a symbol of American cultural life B. developed world literature, film and art C. published many essays about world culture D. kept pace with the newest development of world culture 2. She first won her name through ______. A. her story of a Polish actress B. her book Illness as Metaphor C. publishing essays in magazines like Partisan Review D. her explanation of a set of difficult understandings 3. According to the passage, Susan Sontag ______. A.was a sensualist as well as a moralist B. looked down upon the pop culture C. thought content was more important than form D. blamed the victim of cancer for being repressed 4. As for Susan Sontag?s lifelong habit, she ______. A. misunderstood the idea of seriousness B. re-examined old positions C. argued for an openness to pop culture D. preferred morals to beauty 5. Susan Sontag?s lasting fame was made upon ______. A.a tireless, all-purpose cultural view B. her lifelong watchword: seriousness C. publishing books on morals D. enjoying books worth reading and movies worth seeing

(2012 四川高考)完型填空 Lightning flashed through the darkness over Sibson’ bedroom skylight(天窗). Sibson was shaken by a clap of thunder 21 he knew what was happening. The storm had moved directly 22 his two-story wooden house. Then he heard the smoke alarm beeping. Sibson rushed down the stairs barefoot to 23 ; he opened the door to the basement (地下室), and flames 24 out. Sibson ran back upstairs to call 911 from his bedroom. “I felt 25 because the room had a separate outdoor stairway, ” he explains. But the phone didn’t work, and when he tried to go down the outdoor stairway, he was 26 by a wall of flames. Sibson realized he was trapped(困住). Sibson’s house was three kilometers 27 the main road and was so well hidden by trees that he knew calling for help would be 28 . Up a hill nearby lived Sibson’s neighbor, Huggons. He was lying in bed when something like a smoke alarm 29 his ears. He jumped out bed took his 30 and flashlight, and headed down the hillside toward the 31 .That was when he saw the rolling heavy smoke. Huggons dialed 911, and the operator warned him not to 32 the house. But Huggons said, “There is no way I am going to listen to Sibson 33 and die in that fire.” “Anyone there?” Huggons called out. Then he heard “Help! I’m trapped!” coming from the second floor balcony(阳台). He entered the house, but soon had to run back to catch his 34 . After one more 35 back. inside the house, Huggons gave up and 36 around

The wind parted the smoke just 37 for him to catch sight of Sibson. But there was no way to get to him. He 38 the flashlight into the woods and noticed a ladder. He took it over to the balcony and 39 Sibson down just as the second floor of the house fell off. Sibson is still 40 when he tells the story, “I was alone that night,” he says. “Then I heard the most beautiful sound in my life. It was Huggons.”

21. A. before B. while C. since D. until 22. A. on B. in C. through D. over 23. A. hide B. wait C. check D. escape 24. A. moved B. gave C. went D. exploded 25. A. safe B. worried C. glad D. tired 26. A. burned B. stopped C. shocked D. covered 27. A. beside B. off C. across D. along 28. A. limited B. false C. fruitless D. regretful 29. A. struck B. missed C. touched D. passed 30. A. coat B. key C. basin D. phone 31. A. noise B. road C. smoke D. danger 32. A. search B. enter C. leave D. damage 33. A. call B. roll C. scream D. sigh 34. A. breath B. attention C. ladder D. flashlight 35. A. stay B. chance C. thought D. attempt 36. A. climbed B. circled C. looked D. jumped 37. A. clear B. open C. enough D. fit 38. A. led B. put C. drove D. shone 39. A. persuaded B. kicked C. pulled D. forced 40. A. nervous B. surprised C. proud D. thankful


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