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信息技术教育应用100200作业答案数学与应用数学陕西师范大学远程教育学院

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《写作(一)》作业 I. Directions: Correct the errors in the following sentences and write down the correct sentences in the corresponding space on your answer sheet. Example: After seeing an offensive mouthwash ad on television. I resolved never to buy that brand again. After seeing an offensive mouthwash ad on television, I never resolved to buy that brand again. 1.He failed to pass the examination he was lazy. 2.I pretended to be happy. To stop my mother from worrying. 3.I waited for him, moreover I saved him a seat. 4.The candidate in some elections with charm defeats the one with ideas. 5.While walking in the street, a car hit the old man. 6.I enjoy Beethoven, or I like Bach even better. 7.He had little opportunity for schooling most of study was done by himself at night by the light of a fireplace. 8 No matter how far away from home a person is. He will always try to get home in time for this big dinner. 9. The doctor suggested plenty of food, rest, and exercising. 10. Sometimes the best way is to remain absolutely silent to impress people. 11.Turning to the left suddenly, a pistol pointed at him 12.I enjoy Beethoven, or I like Bach even better. 13.Before you say you love me, I will not marry you. 14.I love my husband, and I can’t stand his mother. 15.Dilapidated and almost an eyesore, Shirley bought the old house to restore it to its original beauty. 16.Having tucked the children into bed, the cat was put out for the night. 17.Financial aid is a growing problem for many college students. 18he picnic will be ruined and it rains tomorrow. 19. He soon realized this fact straightway busied himself about his own affairs without further thought of John. 20. She now develops my ideas more fully and gives enough detail. To make each point convincing. 21. Come to class prepare to take notes and with some questions to ask. 22. As soon as she finished the history exam. Mary began to study for her math quiz. 23. Having walked for the whole day, finally a farmhouse came into view. II. Sentence Combination: 1.a. The diamond necklace is expensive. b. It is also a thing of beauty. ( not only … but also ) 2.a. More and more universities are creating loan plans to aid middle-income families. b. Middle-income families are not rich enough to pay rising college cost. c. Middle-income families are not poor enough to qualify for assistance.( attributive clause & neither … nor…) 3.a. He has strength. b. The strength is superior. c. He has ability. d. The ability is dramatic. e. The ability is powerful. f. He has looks. g. The looks are good. h. The looks are boyish. 4.a. She wrapped the package. b. She wrapped the package as quickly as she could. c. She reached the post office. d. The post office was closed. 5.a. The doctor recommended John an exercise. b. The exercise would not harm him. c. The exercise would not tire him. d. The exercise would strengthen his muscles. e. The exercise would increase his lung power. f. The exercise would stimulate his heart. g. The exercise would improve his circulation. ( that clause; neither…nor… but…and…) III. Choose the topic sentence (I) Directions: Read the following paragraphs and spot the topic sentence of each paragraph. Write the number of the topic sentence in the corresponding space on your answer sheet. A _________________________________________________________. (1) Eating lunch is one of my favorite pastimes. (2) Because lunch comes in the middle of the day, it gives me a welcome break from studying. (3) At school, lunch means thirty minutes out of class and a chance to rest after the morning’s work. (4) While eating, I can plan what I’m going to do in the afternoon. (5) And besides offering a pleasant break in the day, lunch always a good meal. B _________________________________________________________. (1)Develop a good attitude about test. (2) The purpose of a test is to show what you have learned about a subject. (3) The world won’t end if you don’t pass a test. (4) Don’t worry excessively about a single test. (5) Tests provide grades, but they also let you know what you need to spend more time studying. (6) They help make your new knowledge permanent. C _________________________________________________________. ⑴Study regularly. ⑵Go over your notes as soon as you can after class.⑶Review important points mentioned in class as well as points you remain confused about. ⑷ Read about these points in your textbook. ⑸ If you know what the teacher will discuss the next day, skim and read that material too .⑹ This will help you understand the next class. ⑺ If you review your notes and text-book regularly, the material will become more meaningful and you will remember it longer. (II) Directions: Read the following paragraphs carefully and select the best topic sentence from the four possible answers that follow each paragraph. Write the letter of the answer you have chosen in the corresponding space on your answer sheet. A Topic sentence: Normally a student must attend a certain number of courses in order to graduate, and each course which he attends gives him a credit which he may count towards a degree. In many American universities the total work for a degree consists of thirty-six courses. A typical course consists of three classes per week for fifteen weeks; while attending a university a student will probably attend four or five courses during each semester. Normally a student would expect to take four years attending two semesters each year. A).Normally a student would at least attend 12 classes each week. B).American university students are usually under pressure of their studies. C).How many years do you have to stay at university to get a degree? D).How many courses do you have to take to get a degree? B Topic sentence : . Ideally, a school system should be one in which the love of leading, rather than the acquisition of facts, is cultivated; one in which the spirit of inquiry is encouraged. Ideally, family and government policy should be to see that we have a great number of books—any books. A person with a book is a real person alive on the earth; without a book he is a fool. A).We don’t need to read books. B).We should have a lot of books. C).The family and the government should see that we have many books. D).Buying books is encouraged. C Topic sentence:_____________________________________________. E-mail is often used for quick exchange of news, information, and schedules that will otherwise occur over the telephone while it lacks the richness of vocal inflection and the immediate and interactive qualities of a telephone conversation, it avoids the annoyance of telephone tag. Moreover, both parties to an E-mail exchange can deal with the communication at times convenient for them, without interruptions into other business. Many people find it hard to ignore a ringing telephone, even when they are in the middle of something else. E-mail messages arrive with little or no notice and will wait indefinitely. If both parties check their electronic mail reasonably and frequently each day, an exchange can be completed within a few hours and with minimum inconvenience. A.Both E-mail and telephone are convenient means by which to realize successful communication. B.We can not over-emphasize the advantages of E-mail. C.Both E-mail and telephone have advantages and disadvantages. D.Although E-mail messages are written, they share characteristics with telephone calls; E-mail has a few advantages, as well as some disadvantages, in comparison to telephone. D Topic sentence: ____________________________________________. Jefferson was more than six feet tall, thin but strong, with an informality of manner that was often criticized. “His clothes seem too small for him,” one writer reported. “He sits as if he were at home, among friends; his face has a sunny look; his whole figure has a loose, informal appearance. His speech seems loose, without organization; yet he scatters information wherever he goes.” A. Jefferson was more than six feet tall. B. Jefferson’s clothes were too small for him. C. What Jefferson was like. D. Jefferson scattered information wherever he went. IV. Directions: Rearrange the following numbered sentences so that they will read logically. Put the numbers in proper sequence in the corresponding space on your answer sheet. A 1.Since then, the whole country has been observing Mother’s Day. 2.Mother’s Day comes on the second Sunday in May. 3.More and more churches, cities followed the example and set aside the day to honor mother. 4.In 1910, a member of a church in Philadelphia planned the Sunday morning service to honor her own mother. 5.In 1914, the day was set by an act of Congress for annual celebration. 3 B The time necessary for this is 5 to 10 minutes. Other experiments have shown that brain needs time to ‘digest’ what has been learnt. During this break it is important the right side of the brain, because the left side is used during a learning period. After a break of this time the memory will have absorbed what it just learnt, and more will be remembered. Listening to music, breathing in fresh air, and looking at a picture, are all ways of using the other side of the brain. Therefore you should relax in some way. 3 C 1. She always had to pay the full price for her ride. 2.Then she reached the age of sixty and got her senior citizen’s card, but when she used it for the first time on the bus, it made her feel very old. 3. Mrs. Mathews was very happy when she heard this. 4.The bus driver had often seen her travelling on the bus before, and he notice that she was feeling unhappy, so after she had paid her money, he winked at her and whispered, “ Don’t forget to give your mother’s card back to her when you see her again.” 5. Women may get the card when they are sixty. 6. Senior citizens are permitted to travel cheaply on a bus if they have a special card. 7. Mrs. Mathews lived in the country but she went into town once a week to buy food and other things for the house, and she usually went by bus 4 3 D 1. From this example we can see that your brain chooses the visual information which is useful to you, and rejects the information which it does not need. 2. Our eyes give us information all the time. 3. For example, if you walk down a crowded street, you will see many faces. 4. But you will probably not really notice them. 5. The way we see things is more complicated then we imagine. 6. But our brains decide what is important to us. 7. But if you see someone you know, you will notice him immediately. 3 V. Read the following paragraphs and write down the numbers of the four irrelevant sentences in the corresponding space on your answer sheet. A (1)Every family has its own traditions at Christmas. (2) Some exchange presents first thing on Christmas morning. (3) Others put all the presents around the Christmas tree and wait until evening before giving them out. (4) Every one gets two or three days off work for Christmas. (5) But all families have a huge Christmas dinner --- usually at midday. (6) If they can afford it they have a turkey and ham, followed by Christmas pudding. (7) But most people stay at home and have a lazy day. B ____ ____ (1) A nurse in a big hospital has many important responsibilities. (2) There are many nurses working the Atlanta hospitals. (3) She has to feed and bathe her patients and make them comfortable. (4)She has to make sure she gives the right medicine to the right patient. (5) Nurses often go out to dinner with the doctors. (6) A good nurse must keep up with medical science by reading professional journals. C ____ ____ ____ ____ (1) House reform will benefit both the country and the majority of urban citizen. (2) Perhaps there are still some residents against the idea. (3) On the one hand, the government expects another economic growth point to be formed by collecting public funds through selling houses, which therefore is bound to stimulate the fast growth in the national economy. (4) So housing reform shouldn’t be neglected. (5) On the other hand, it is only through the purchase of houses that individuals are likely to make their Utopian dream --- owing a house of their own --- come true; moreover, public funds for housing are the key to urban residents’ housing problem. (6) Who is willing to live in a dim, stuffy house? (7) However, to make the reform a success is by no means an easy task. D ⑴ In America, Mother’s Day is celebrated on the second Sunday in May. ⑵ I want to tell you today how the idea of having a special day for mothers began. ⑶ On that day we send our mother a special Mother’s Day card, and perhaps some flowers or candy, to show out love and appreciation for all they have done for us. ⑷ It all started over a hundred years ago with a woman named Anne May Jarvis. ⑸ Although Mother’s Day is a relatively new holiday in America, more other countries are also setting aside a day to honor their mothers. VI. Directions: Write an essay on the topic “The Qualifications for a Good Teacher”. Your essay should NOT be less than 200 words. 1.The Qualifications for a Good Teacher 2.Teachers and Students 3.Why I like My Job 4.My Opinion on Examinations
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