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他山之石 可以攻玉---写在3.18高考研讨会之后
作者:张茜 时间:2018-04-20 点击:

2018318日,我参加了高考备考研讨会,从通知到入场券再到讲义上,我都没找到主办方的名字,说实话从心底是有抵触情绪的。但总以“既来之,则安之”调整自己,总的来说,还是有所收获。

一、活到老、学到老、干到老

这来源于两位老师。一是下午为我们授课的来自铁一中的冯建武老师,他今年已经55岁了,还担任着班主任工作!不得不说“名校出名师”!名校老师的干劲和敬业精神我自认为不比他们差,但这中间巨大的鸿沟是总结和发现!另一个我看到了我们同年级的李晓玲老师,她已经连续七年带高三了,却还和我们一样,认真参加高考报告会。

二、带着发现的眼睛、认真备好每一节课

冯老师给我们讲课的时候,提到他今年下到高一备课时的新发现。这让我感概颇多!第一,作为资深教师,这套教材冯老师已教了不下三遍,但面对新的学生,他仍然是带着发现的眼睛,带着思考的头脑,研读教材。反观我自己,必修三我也教了三遍,但一遍遍都没有什么新的变化,总是拘泥于上次的课件,稍作改动,缺乏思考。第二,用好教材,不要轻易放弃教材中的每一个练习。比如,冯老师指出的必修三P27第四题,题目要求“read the passage again and underline all the discourse markers and sentence connectors,这不正是引导学生正确使用连词吗?可我在之前的教学中却将他忽略了,到了高三写作文时,埋怨学生没有上下文的连接意识,有时是我们自己指导不到位。还有,P28的形容词分类练习。在以前的教学中,我只要求学生知道这些词是形容词并没有要求学生进一步区分,有些学生并没有将这些词理解透。

三、灵活运用教材资源

讲课中,冯老师反复提到了对必修五第五单元USING LANGUAGE的喜爱之情。正因为喜爱,他不局限于对文章的常规处理,还将他进行了“二度创作”---将这篇文章改成了一个完形填空,并附上详细说明!这就是“高手”!善于思考、善于总结!

Heroic Teenager Receives Award

Seventeen-year-old teenager, John Janson, was honoured at the Lifesaver Awards last night in Rivertown for giving lifesaving fist aid on his neighbour after a shocking knife attack.

John was  1    with his award at a ceremony which  2   the bravery of ten people who had saved the life of another. John was studying in his 3  when he heard screaming. When he and his  4   rushed outside, a man ran from the   5    They discovered that Anne Slade, mother of three, had been stabbed   6   with a knife. She was lying in her front garden bleeding very heavily. Her 7   had almost been cut off.

It was John’s  8  action and knowledge of first aid that  9  Ms Slade’s life. He immediately asked a number of nearby people for 10  but when 11   could put their hands on any, his father got some tea towels and tape from their house. John used these to treat the most 12   injuries to Ms Slade’s hands. He slowed the bleeding by 13  pressure to the wounds until the police and ambulance arrived.

“I’m proud of what I did but I was just doing what I’d been  14  ” John said.

John had taken part in the Young Lifesaver Scheme at his high school. When  15   John, Mr Alan Southerton, Director of the Young Lifesaver Scheme said, “There is no  16  that John’s quick thinking and the first  17  skills he learned at school saved Ms Slade’s life. It shows that a knowledge of first aid can make a real  18

Before receiving their awards last night, John and the  19  other Life Savers attended a special reception yesterday  20  by the Prime Minister.

1.A. presented   B. donated  C. offered  D. delivered

2.A. recognized  B. denied     C. ignored  D. accepted

3. A. room       B. garden    C. dormitory D. roof

4. A. father      B. mother     C. cousin   D. uncle

5. A scene   B. sport    C. sense    D. landscape

6. A. repeatedly B. hurriedly  C. increasingly  D. largely

7. A. hands      B. head       C. legs       D. feet

8. A. quick       B. slow       C. dull        D. inactive

9. A. saved    B. cost    C. caused    D. consumed

10. A. bandages B. packages    C. packets   D. Baggage

11. A. nobody   B. somebody  C. anybody   D. everybody

12. A. severe    B. seeming    C. common   D. universal

13. A. applying  B. exposing    C. replying   D. appealing

14. A. taught    B. thought     C. caught    D. fought

15. A. congratulating B. celebrating C. complaining D. devoting

16. A. doubt     B. possibility    C. need     D. suspect

17. A. aid        B. help          C. assistance D. rescue

18. A. difference   B. effort       C. adjust    D. contribution

19. A. nine       B. ten           C. eight     D. eleven

20. A. hosted    B. served    C. sponsored D. advocated

Seventeen - year - old Rivertown teenager, John Janson, was honoured at the Lifesaver Awards last night for carrying out lifesaving first aid on his neighbor after a shocking knife  21 .
John was presented with his award at a ceremony which recognized the 22 of ten people who have saved the life of  23 . John had been studying in his room when he heard Anne Slade  24 . When he and his father rushed outside, they  25  that Anne Slade, mother of three, had been stabbed (
)  26  with a knife by her ex - boyfriend. The man ran from the  27  and left Ms Slade lying in her front garden  28  very heavily. Her hands had almost been cut from her body. It was John's quick  29  and knowledge of first aid that saved Ms Slade's life. He immediately asked a number of the  30  people for bandages(绷带), but when nobody could put their hands on any, his father got some tea towels(毛巾) and  31  from their house. John used these to dress the most severe  32  to Ms Slade's hands. He slowed the bleeding by applying pressure to the wounds until the  33   and ambulance(救护车) arrived. "I'm  34  of what I did but I was just doing what I'd been  35 "  John said. John had taken part in the Young Lifesaver Scheme at his high school. When  36  John. Mr Alan Southerton. Director of the Young Lifesaver Scheme, said, "There is no doubt that John's quick thinking and the first aid  37  he had learnt at school saved Ms Slade's life. It shows that a simple knowledge of first aid can make a real  38 ."

John and the nine other lifesavers also attended a  39  reception yesterday hosted by the Prime Minister before  40   their awards last night.
21
Ashow     Battack    Cwork        Ddefend
22
Abravery   Blife       Cthinking    Dprogress
23
Aany other Banyone    Cevery one  Dothers

24Aquarreling Barguing   Claughing    Dscreaming
25
Arealized   Bbelieved   Cthought    Ddiscovered
26
Arepeatedly Brudely    Cfrequently   Dgradually
27
Ahome     Bplace     Cscene         Dhouse
28
Ashaking   Bstruggling Cbleeding      Dcrying

29Aaction    Banswer     Cexperience   Drequest
30
Aseveral   Bnearby    Cfamiliar        Dcurious
31
Awater    Bbandages    Cfire          Dluggage
32
Adamages Bpains      Cinjuries        Darms
33
Aneighbors Bchildren    Cdoctor        Dpolice

34A proud   Bfond   Csure       Dtired
35Aexpected  B.taught    C
encouraged     Deducated
36
Apraising   Breferring   Ctalking with    Dcongratulating
37
Askills   Binstructions Ckey            Dhistory
38
Adiscovery  Bharm      Cdifference      Dchoice
39
Arecent     Bsecret     Cprivate         Dspecial

40. A. receiving   B. offering     C. giving          D. announcing

全文加上前言共7段,总共17个句子,其中4段都是1个句子,用了较多语言现象并比表达了丰富的意思。其他3段,分别由445个句子组成。13个复合句(三大从句都有),1个并列复合句,9个非谓语动词,高级词汇,习语比比皆是。对夯实基础非常有用,特别是书面表达。

鉴赏:新闻报道,正式文体.用了高级词汇和复杂结构.前边黑体字为这则新闻的概括.第一段突现英雄的举动得以回报.第二,三段描述英雄救人的全过程.考生需强化的地方.第四段一个句子用了4种时态.I’m proud of what I did, but I was just doing what I had been taught.充分体现了时态即句子灵魂,此句也表现英雄的谦卑.最后两段展现学校急救知识教育的重要性及政府重视程度.文章配了John Janson 的照片,阳光,坦诚,亲切.

四、对备战高考的启示

1.听力。前五题基本没有直接选项,要思考后给答案。

2.阅读。阅读质量取决于阅读速度与词汇的熟悉程度。选文章标题题---逆向思维!词意猜测---不管多难,利用上下文;不管多易,利用上下文,看本词在本篇文章的意义。

3.完型。就是完意。教育部专家建议时间为1518分钟,少于15分钟,别想拿好成绩!未设置选项的文字为正确选项提供了可靠依据!高三全年不少于30万的阅读量!

4.写作。书写!书写!书写!分三段!大、扁、圆、斜

     要点、语言、结构、书写!

     审、圈、注、定、写、改、誊


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