学生姓名 课题名称 学科 英语语法练习 英语 年级 高二 剩余课 时 授课时间 教学目标 熟悉语法填空，掌握题型规律与做题技巧 重点难点 理解短文，并能逻辑推理 学科负责人审批： 家长签名： 基础组 Passage 1 限时：7 分钟 W：Hi! It is nice to see you. Where have you been these days? M： I went to Beijing for business. I left last week__1__ returned yesterday morning. Because it was Friday yesterday and the manager wasn't going to work on the weekend, I had to spend the whole day __2__ (prepare) a report about my Beijing business trip.I worked on it until I __3__ (get) a headache, but I finished the report in time to send to the manager just half an hour before the end of the workday. W：No __4__ you are looking so tired! You have been working much __5__ hard. M：That's__6__ I come here to the park to relax a bit. W：How was your business in Beijing? M：I could say it was __7__ success. I was able to return __8__ (early) than I planned. __9__(think) my trip would last two weeks and I would have to spend Christmas alone. W：Congratulations! I hope you can enjoy __10__ now. Let's get together sometime. M：OK. Good bye! Passage 2 限时：7 分钟 As an old English saying goes, “Honesty is the best policy.” It is more than an old cliché(陈词滥 调)，but__1__ good way to live your life. First, honesty is the__2__ (easy) choice that wecan make. When people get caught in lies, it alwayscosts them something. Many relationships are destroyedby lies. I
Second, honesty gives us much __3__(free)．Many people believe that being honest limits them in life, but that is not true. Sooner or later those dishonest people__4__ (pay) a price for their acts; on the contrary, when we are honest, we are__5__(true) free. If there were two people__6__ (stand) before you, a person with a record of being honest and a person__7__ is known to be dishonest, who would you be more likely __8__(believe)? I'm sure most people would side with the honest person.__9__we live in the truth or we live in lies. The truth sets us free and lies leave us in nothing but more troubles. Honesty is a choice that we make each day. The choice is__10__ (you). What will you choose? Passage 3 限时：8 分钟 Hello Kitty, one of the most famous imaginary__1__ (character) in the world, greets us everywhere. Since she was born, she__2__ (gain) impressive popularity－she is__3__ international fashion queen. 2014 was the character's 40th birthday. Fans from around the world gathered__4__ (cheerful) to celebrate their love of Hello Kitty. Hello Kitty__5__ (design) as a character to attract preteenage girls. The designers could not__6__ (dream) that she would become such a__7__ (globe) star as she is today. Helen McCarthy, an author and expert on Japanese cartoons, explained__8__ the character is so popular. “Because Hello Kitty is all about happiness, friendship and fun. Women and girls all over the world are happy__9__ (buy) the image of the trusting, loving childhood represented by Hello Kitty.” And the imaginary character does not only appeal__10__ females. There are also Hello Kitty products for boys and men, such as neckties and golf bags. Passage 4 限时：7 分钟 My wife is addicted to shopping on the Internet.__1__seems that she can't control herself well, just clicking constantly with the mouse. Let me tell you what happened last night. It was the fourth time she__2__ (shop) online for hours. I had already reminded her__3__(think) twice before buying anything, but my wife ignored what I said and repl confidently, “With the New Year __4__(approach), preparation is necessary. __5__， I haven't bought things on the Internet for a whole week.” Hearing her words, I was really speechless. In most cases, the things she bought aren't good value for money. Maybe she just enjoys__6__ process of buying online. Nowadays, __7__ the development of technology, online shopping is becoming more and more convenient. Those__8__ stay at home can buy whatever they want. In the meanwhile, it causes a series of__9__ (problem). One of them is more spending than before, because people are __10__
(easy) attracted by the discount. So how to keep a good state of mind in front of temptation (诱惑) is an important lesson many people need to learn. Passage 5 限时：6 分钟 My dad is a “Mr Mom”. He was 50 years old when I was born. I didn't know__1__he was at home instead of Mom, but I considered myself very lucky because I was__2__only one who had Dad around in my class. Dad did so many things for me__3__my elementary school years. He__4__(convince) the school bus driver__5__ (pick) me up at our house instead of the usual bus stop six blocks away. He always had my lunch ready for me when I came home. As I got a little __6__ (old) and tr to gain my__7__ (depend), I wanted to move away from those “childish” signs of his love. But he__8__ give up. In high school I was no longer able to go home for lunch, so I began taking my own lunch. Dad would get up a little earlier and make it for me. However, when I left home for college, I missed__9__ (see) my dad every day after school. At that time I called him a lot. It didn't matter__10__he said, for I just wanted to hear his voice. Passage 6 限时：7 分钟 It was a sunny day. A little boy's father was sitting on the couch, drinking a beer while watching__1__basketball match. Seeing this, the boy rushed to his father and shouted, “Daddy, show me how to play catch！”The father, staring__2__ the television screen, repl，“Let me finish watching the match. Play outside and come back in five minutes.” “Okay, Daddy！”said the boy, running out of the room. Five minutes later, the boy returned,__3__ (scream), “Daddy, let's play catch now！” By this time, the father had opened another cold beer and another match was beginning.__4__ (patient) with the boy's interruption, the dad brought a magazine to his son. On the cover of the magazine was a large picture of the world. The father, who was angry and__5__ (bother), began tearing the magazine cover into small __6__. Then, the father turned to his boy and said, “Son, once you put this picture back together, we can play catch,__7__do not interrupt me again until you finish.” A few minutes later, the boy returned and said,“I__8__ (finish), Daddy! Can we play catch now？”Surprised, the father glanced towards his child, and __9__lay the magazine with the world pieced perfectly together in his small hands. The dad asked his child how he put the world together so quickly.
“__10__was simple，”said the boy. “On the back of the world was the picture of a person, and once I put the person together, that's when the world came together.” Passage 7 限时：7 分钟 Two weeks before Christmas, two little girls were walking down the street __1__they saw old Harry, who was on his knees pulling weeds around a tree. He wore a pair of worn gloves. His fingers were sticking out__2__the ends, blue from the cold. They stopped to talk to him. Harry told them he__3__(get) the yard in shape as a Christmas gift for his mother, who had d several years before. “My mother was all I had. She loved her yard and trees, so I do this for her every Christmas.” His words touched the girls and soon they__4__ (join) him, pulling weeds. When they finished, Harry pressed a coin into each of their hands. “I wish I could pay you more, but that's all I've got right now，” he said. The girls had often passed his house, and they remembered that it had always been __5__poor condition. No decorations to add cheeriness were anywhere in sight. As they walked on, the coin in one little girl's hand seemed to burn a hole of__6__(guilty). The next day she called her friends__7__they agreed to put their coins in a jar marked “Harry's Christmas Gift”. Then they began to seek out small jobs to earn more. Every coin they earned went into the jar. Finally, they had enough__8__(buy) new gloves. On Christmas Eve they were on Harry's doorstep singing carols. They presented him with the gloves. With__9__(tremble) hands, he held the gloves to his face and wept. No doubt he once again felt__10__ love of others as the girls reached out to him. Passage 8 限时：6 分钟 I was in trouble in overcoming my addiction to alcohol, and __1__ was my friend Mike. We never met each other until we came__2__in the same treatment facility. Then we__3__(be) out of the treatment center for about a year and returned to our life. Finally we became inseparable friends like brothers. There was never a time__4__I called him and he did not call me right back within a couple of__5__ (hour). We valued every chance we had to keep__6__ (we) both on the right track. One day, I called Mike but he wasn't in. As usual, I had to leave a message, fully__7__(expect) to hear from him later that evening or the next day. But I had not heard from him for nearly two days, and I became very__8__(anxiety). On the third day, I received a message from Mike's wife that she said Mike had been killed in__9__unexplained truck crash on the morning of my call. I attended my friend's funeral, and even though I could __10__(hard) walk, I helped carry my friend to his final resting place. Mike is still here too, in my heart and my soul. 能力组 Passage 1 限时：7 分钟
A man went to a barbershop to have his hair cut. As the barber began to work, they started chatting. They talked __1__ so many things and various subjects. When they__2__ (final) touched on the subject of God, the barber said：“I don't believe that God exists.” “Why do you say that？” asked the customer. “Well, you just have to go out in__3__street to prove that. Tell me, if God existed, would there be so many sick people; would there be abandoned children? If God existed, there __4__be neither suffering nor pain. I can't imagine __5__ (love) a God who would allow all of these things to happen.” The customer thought for a moment, but didn't respond because he didn't want to start an __6__ (argue). After everything __7__ (do) and just after he left the barber's, he saw a man in the street with long dirty hair. The customer entered the barber's again and said: “You know what?__8__do not exist.” “How can you say that？”asked the surprised barber.“I am here, and I am a barber. And I just__9__ (work) on you！” “No！” the customer said. “Barbers don't exist because__10__they did, there would be no people with long dirty hair, like that man outside.” Passage 2 限时：8 分钟 I was on my way to the Taiyetos Mountains. The sun was setting __1__ my car broke down near a remote village. Cursing my __2__(fortune), I was wondering where I was going to spend the night when I realized that the villagers who had gathered around me__3__(argue) as to who should have the honour of receiving me__4__a guest in their house. Finally, I accepted the offer of__5__80yearold peasant woman who lived alone in a little house. While she was getting me settled into a tiny but clean room, the head of the village was tying up his horse__6__ my car to pull it to a small town some 20 kilometers away__7__there was a garage. I had noticed three hens__8__ (run) free in my hostess' courtyard and that night one of them ended up in a dish on my table. Other villagers brought me goats' cheese and honey. We drank together and talked__9__ (merry) till far into the night. When the time came for me to say goodbye to my friends in the village, I wanted to reward the old woman for the trouble I__10__(cause) her. But she refused. Passage 3 限时：6 分钟 Table manners vary from culture to culture.__1__is acceptable in one country may be considered extremely rude in another. Here we will tell you about the traditional table manners__2__the modern table manners in Korea.__3__(tradition), it was the woman's job__4__ (cook) food and set the table. The woman would sit __5__her husband to make sure that he had everything he needed for a pleasant meal. Only__6__the husband finished would the woman and her children eat. Nowadays, table manners have changed a lot.__7__ of the family members eat together at the same time. It is common to see everyone help with the meal,__8__(include) the husband. One tradition, however, has not
changed. It is the oldest person that starts the meal.__9__ (stay) until the oldest person is finished is considered to be __10__ basic tradition of Korean table manners. Passage 4 限时：8 分钟 Years ago, when I was a poor artist trying to sell my paintings in local galleries, I__1__ (live) in the heart of a city. The rent for my apartment was really cheap__2__it was in the middle of one of the busiest neighborhoods in town. People who visited me used to ask me__3__I could sleep. “Doesn't the sound of the traffic bother you? How can you get used to__4__much noise？” You see, there were also rows and rows of shops and bars playing loud music day and night and my apartment was above a really loud and noisy__5__. But I found it all fascinating. If I were ever short__6__ cash and couldn't afford to do anything much, which in those days was usually the case, I could always go outside and take__7__look around. You see, there were always a great number of tourists visiting the shops, so I could always find someone__8__(interest) to talk with. And Joe, the owner of the bar below me, could always give me a little money to survive on in exchange for__9__ (do) a few odd jobs for him. At the time, I suppose, I thought I was poor. Sometimes, we don't realize how__10__ (fortune) we are, do we? Passage 5 限时：6 分钟 Mike: I'd like to buy a computer. Could you please give me__1__ advice? Rose: Yes, with __2__ (please). I've got some information about computers. Computers with a P4 work much__3__(fast) than other ones. Mike: How about computers with a P3? Rose: Oh, very good,__4__they don't work as fast as P4 computers, yet they are much cheaper. Generally __5__(speak), they can meet people's__6__very well. Mike: I think I__7__ buy the fastest one I can get. My old computer was out of work lately. It __8__(work) slowly. I've got tired of that working speed. Rose: I don't think__9__is necessary for you to buy the fastest one. It would be a waste of money. A P3 computer is __10__ (probable) good enough for you. Mike: Thank you for your advice. Can you help me choose one? Passage 6 限时：7 分钟 Some inventions happen in strange ways. The potato chip is one of them. Moon's Lake House was__1__ restaurant in New York in the 1850s. George Crum was the cook there. Many rich people often came to the restaurant __2__ (enjoy) his cooking. The thing__3__really upset Crum was when a customer complained about the food and sent it back to the kitchen to be done over. He would often return it overcooked. He was happy to see the customer walk out of the restaurant__4__ (angry)． On August 24,1853, a customer returned his fr potatoes to the kitchen,__5__they weren't crunchy(脆的) enough. Crum reacted in his __6__ (usually) way. He cut the potatoes very thin