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(中学篇)2017年第04期:例谈读后续写中关键词的作用及其运用策略(浙江:凌勇)一文涉及的读后续写样题

 
普通高等学校招生全国统一考试英语科考试说明(高考综合改革试验省份试用)(第一版)样题
 
第二节:读后续写(满分25分)
 
阅读下面短文,根据所给情节进行续写,使之构成一个完整的故事。
 
A funny thing happened to Arthur when he was on the way to work one day. As he walked along Park Avenue near the First National Bank, he heard the sound of someone trying to start a car. He tried again and again but couldn't get the car moving. Arthur turned and looked inside at the face of a young man who looked worried. Arthur stopped and asked. “It looks like you've got a problem,” Arthur said.
 
“I'm afraid so.

(中学篇)2017年第04期:例谈读后续写中关键词的作用及其运用策略(浙江:凌勇;附PDF下载)

  
【摘  要】本文以教育部考试中心《普通高等学校招生全国统一考试英语科考试说明》中的样题为例,分析了读后续写题中的关键词在统一评价标准、获取短文信息、预设续写情节和丰富续写内容四个方面的作用,并以2016年10月浙江省高考英语读后续写真题为例,提出了读后分类关键词、写前分配关键词和写中回顾关键词的策略。
 
【关键词】读后续写;读写教学;以读促写;话题;关键词 
 
 
 
一、引言
 
高考英语写作新题型——读后续写要求学生在阅读一篇350词左右的短文后,根据短文内容、两个续写段落的开头语和短文中的10个关键词续写一篇150词左右的短文,所续写短文和阅读短文须具有逻辑衔接,结构完整,同时能准确使用5个以上的关键词(教育部考试中心,2015)。在读后续写教学中,许多教师能指导学生获取所读文本的主要信息,并根据续写段落开头语构思续写内容,但是对续写关键词的作用及其运用策略缺乏研究与指导。

(中学篇)2016年第11期:读后续写的协同效应研究及应对策略 (浙江:胡洁元)一文涉及的读后续写样题

 
普通高等学校招生全国统一考试英语科考试说明(高考综合改革试验省份试用)(第一版)样题
 
第二节:读后续写(满分25分)
 
阅读下面短文,根据所给情节进行续写,使之构成一个完整的故事。
 
A funny thing happened to Arthur when he was on the way to work one day. As he walked along Park Avenue near the First National Bank, he heard the sound of someone trying to start a car. He tried again and again but couldn't get the car moving. Arthur turned and looked inside at the face of a young man who looked worried. Arthur stopped and asked, “It looks like you've got a problem,” Arthur said.
 
“I'm afraid so.

(中学篇)2016年第10期:高考英语写作新题型读后续写教学探索 (浙江:朱旭彬)一文涉及的教学材料


附录1 :本案例中的试题 
 
阅读下面短文,根据所给情节进行续写,使之构成一个完整的故事。
 
      My best friend Lisa and I carefully wrote our words with a No. 2 pencil. We took turns writing down the sentences. "Dear Miss Hanley," we wrote, "you like Kathleen better than you like us. That isn't fair." Miss Hanley was our fourth-grade teacher. She was in her 20s, with short, dark, curly hair and lively grey eyes. It was her first-year teaching in our public school in the northeast Bronx.
 
      "You're a very talented writer," Miss Hanley often told me. This excited me. A few weeks into this school year, Lisa and I had co-authored a play based on our favorite novel, Little Women. And we performed the play in front of the class. When the curtain came down, the applause from the students was light. But Miss Hanley clapped strongly, saying, "Great!

(中学篇)2016年第03期:高中英语以读促写教学模式的实践探究与思考(福建:郭强)一文涉及的教学内容

 
An Unforgettable Teacher
 
Never will I forget my English teacher—Mr Chen, whose unique teaching style and wisdom have changed the way we think about English learning.
 
What impresses me most is his enthusiasm. In class, he seemed to be energetic, frequently swinging his hands and varying his musical tone of voice to help him with explanations. It was his sense of humor that made the learning process more enjoyable. He held a firm belief that class hours wouldn't be perfect without at least one loud laugh shared by the students and teachers. Besides, he instructed us how to learn English in a creative way.

(中学篇)2016年第02期:高中英语读写结合教学新思路探索(浙江:董越君)一文涉及的教学内容

 
Danger of Harmful Waste to Mankind
 
Besides giving off gases and dusts(灰尘) into the air, humans produce waste that is poured on the environment. Often, this waste produced by major industries and people is harmful to both nature and human life.
 
One of the main causes of the large amount of dangerous waste is that people do not realize how large a problem it is. Because it can be simply removed and sent to a landfill(废渣填埋场), the problem is often believed to end there. In addition, industries have often shown an unwillingness to find ways to deal with dangerous waste because of the related expenses.
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