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北京市朝阳区2021~2022学年度第一学期期中质量检测高三英语试卷第一部分知识运用第一节阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,从每题所给的A、B、C、D四个选项中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。MartyVerel,a59-year-oldmanwhohadhadakidneytransplantinOhio,shouldhavebeennearthetopofthelisttoreceiveaCOVID-19vaccine(疫苗).Yetlikemillionsofothers,hewasn'thavingany1scheduling.Martyandhiswife,NancyVerel,wouldsitwithcomputersontheirlapstryingforhourstobookondifferentsites,allofwhichwereslowandcomplicated.“Ifelt2,”Nancysays.ThenNancyheardaboutMarlaZwinggi,whowasspendinguptotenhoursadayonlinetryingtobookappointmentsforvulnerable(弱势的)individuals.SoNancy3ZwinggionFacebook:Canyouhelp?Twenty-fiveminuteslater,ZwinggirespondedbyaskingforMarty'spersonalinformation.Nineminutesafterthat,Zwinggi4back—Martyhadanappointmenttogetthevaccine.Zwinggi'svaccine5startedonFebruary1,whenshelearnedthatherseriouslysickparentswereunabletogetappointmentsthemselves.Clickingaroundonvaccineregistrationsites,Zwinggidiscoveredjusthow6itwastobookanappointment.Sheapplied7thatwebinsidersarefamiliarwith.“I'mdetermined.Idrinkalotofcoffee,andI'mafasttyper,”shesays.Soonenough,Zwinggihad8appointmentsforbothofherparents.Zwinggidecidedthathelpingotherswouldbeherwayof9.“IfeellikeIneedtowillusoutofthispandemic,”shesays.OnFebruary10,sheloggedontoFacebooktoletpeopleknowthatshewasassistingwithbookings.ByMarch2,she'dbookedappointmentsfor400people,animpressiveachievementthatmadeNancy10,“ZwinggiissomesortofCOVIDangel(天使).”1.A.adviceB.funC.moneyD.luck2.A.safeB.hopelessC.ashamedD.positive3.A.messagedB.greetedC.acceptedD.recognized4.A.paidB.lookedC.reportedD.travelled5.A.developingB.huntingC.testingD.giving6.A.difficultB.necessaryC.expensiveD.normal7.A.standardsB.materialsC.resourcesD.strategies8.A.offeredB.checkedC.securedD.cancelled9.A.givinginB.givingbackC.givingupD.givingaway10.A.guessB.voteC.shareD.conclude,第二节阅读下列短文,根据短文内容填空。在未给提示词的空白处仅填写1个适当的单词,在给出提示词的空白处用括号内所给词的正确形式填空。请在答题卡指定区域作答。AALondonMarathonrunnersawacompetitorwhoneededhelp.Thecompetitorhadfallentotheground,sohe11(pick)himup.Whenhefelldownagain,hedecidedtosupporthimtothefinishline200metresaway.Matthew,therunnerwho12(selfless)helpedhiscompetitor,becamefamousontheInternet.Thetworunnersbecamefriendsand13(meet)atnextyear'sLondonMarathon,hopefully.BDepopisashoppingappwhichyoungpeopleusetobuyandsell14(use)clothes.Morethan30millionpeoplefrom150countriesusetheapp,andsomeexpertsbelievethatDepopwillhaveabigimpactonglobalclothescompanies.Oneofthepeople15sellsclothesonDepopis20-year-oldMoiraCampos.Shehasabout40,000followersand16(sell)clothesonlineisherjob.Moiraandherbrotherbuyoldclothes,takephotosofthem,andthensellthem.Youngpeoplelikesustainableshopping17itisbetterfortheplanet.CTheChinesecompany,Neolix,inventeddriverlesscarsthathavebeenputinuseduringtheCOVID-1918(deliver)medicalsuppliestohospitals.Recently,NeolixhaspartneredwithKFCtointroducedriverlessfoodtrucks.Customersscanacodewiththeirphones,andtheychoose19theywantinanapp.Whentheypay,thetruck'sdooropensandtheytakethefoodout.20theoutbreakofCOVID-19,peopledidnotlikecarswithoutadriver.Now,thesituationhaschangedandpeopleseethebenefitsofthem.第二部分阅读理解第一节阅读下列短文,从每题所给的A、B、C、D四个选项中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。ALet'sbehonest:itcanbehardtogetmotivatedtodoyourschoolworkeveninthebestoftimes.Sofindingthemotivation,whileyou9relearningfromhome,isextrachallenging.Hereareafewtipsthatcouldmaximizeyourmotivation.1.GuardYourTimeYoudonotneedlargeamountsoftimetobeproductive.Instead,befocusedinshortblockswhenyoucanworkwithoutinterruption.Protecttheseopentimesbysettingupyourworkspacetominimizedistractions—includingsilencingnotifications(通知)onyourcellphoneorlaptop.2.DetermineHowMuchWorkIsNeededWritedowntheworkyouneedtoachieve,becausethereisalimittohowmuchinformation,youcanrecallandprocessatonetime.Examinetheremainingprojects,andestimatetheamountandtypeofefforteachrequires.3.BreakLargeProjectsintoSmallerOnesBreakingbigprojectsintosmallerandmoremanageabletasksallowsyoutoachievemaximumefficiencyandeffectiveness.Yourassignedtasksshouldfollowalogicalorder.Also,makingalistandcrossingthingsoffthatlistisreallysatisfying.4.SetGoalsSetgoalsrelatedtoeffort.Forexample,plantospend60minutesataspecifictimeofthedaystudyingapre-determinedconcept.Also,setgoalsrelatedtothecompletionofspecifictasksorprojects.Forinstance,giveyourselfadeadlinetoreadandtakenotesonaspecificarticleforacertainpaperyoumustwrite.5.IdentifytheRewardsItpaystoclarifytherewardsthisterm—whetherthoserewardsareinternal,suchasthefeelingofaccomplishmentthatcomesfromunderstandingadifficultconceptwell,orexternal,suchasgettingagoodgrade.Worktobuildgoodhabitsandstrategiesnow.Itwillpayoffinthefuture.21.Whatskillsdothefirsttwotipsrelateto?A.Writingskills.B.Socialskills.C.Teamworkskills.D.Timemanagementskills.22.Accordingtothepassage,whichcanhelpyoumostwhenyouarefacedwithabigtask?A.Tip2.B.Tip3.C.Tip4.D.Tip5.23.Whatisthemainpurposeofthepassage?A.Toshowstudentshowtostayfocusedonschoolwork.B.Toanalyzestudents'difficultiesoflearningfromhome.C.Toofferstudentsadviceonhowtoimproveproductivity.D.Tosummarizesometipsforparentstosharewiththeirchildren.BDepressionDiscussionsAlisonMalmonwasafreshmanattheUniversityofPennsylvaniawhenshegotacallfromher,motherthatwouldchangeherlife:Herfun,outgoingolderbrother,Brian,hadkilledhimself.WhenMalmonreturnedtoschoolafterBrian'sfuneral(葬礼)thatspringof2000,shewasstillextremelysad.Butwhenshelookedforhelponcampus,therewasnoplacetoturn.“Backthen,studentsweren'tencouragedtotalkabouttheirmentalhealth.Istartedreflectingonthefactthattherewasanenormousneedtogetthatconversationgoing,”saysMalmon.Shewasonly19andhadnoexperiencewithmentalhealthissues,butthatdidn9tstopherfromlaunchingOpenMindsatPenn.Now,20yearslaterandwithanewnameActiveMinds,itisthelargestyoungadultmentalhealthadvocacyorganizationinAmerica,withmorethan550chaptersathighschoolsandcolleges.“WhatI'mmostinspiredbyisthatmygenerationandthegenerationscomingbehindmearetakingonmentalhealthasasocialjusticeissue,”saysMalmon.“Ourtoolsarechangingnotonlytheircampuses,butalsotheirfamilies.Thementalhealthstatisticsoncollegecampusesarealarming.TheAmericanCollegeHealthAssociation's2019NationalCollegeHealthAssessmentfoundthat45%ofstudentsreportedfeelingsodepressedintheprevious12monthsthatitwasdifficulttofunction;66%feltgreatanxiety;and13%seriouslyconsideredtakingtheirownlife.SoActiveMinds'peer-to-peereducationtechniquesaremoreimportantthanever.“Iwantedtoeducatestudentsabouttheissues,aboutthesignsandsymptoms(症状),andaboutwhere—oncampusandoffcampusandonline—theycangethelpforfree.ActiveMindschaptersempoweryoungadultstospeakopenlyaboutmentalhealthsothateverybodywhoneedshelpgetsitasearlyaspossible.Wecan'tmakeituncomfortableforstudentstocomeforwardwiththeirstories,”shesays.“Becausethat'showwe'regoingtohavemorestudentsgraduateandgoontobecomeproductivemembersofsociety,andnotfeelsoashamedlikemybrotherdid.24.Inthespringof2000,AlisonMalmon'solderbrotherBrian______.A.attendedafuneralB.tookhisownlifeC.returnedtoschoolD.soughthelpfromOpenMinds25.WhydidAlisonMalmonsetupActiveMinds?A.Tomakebigprofits.B.Tohelpdepressedyoungadults.C.Togetagoodreputation.D.Tohelpgraduatesbuildskillsforjobs.26.WhatcanwelearnfromAlisonMalmon'sstory?A.Greatmindsthinkalike.B.Thinktwicebeforeacting.C.Positiveactionsmakehugedifferences.D.Hopeforthebest,preparefortheworst.CMakingpredictionsgetsinthewayofthebrain'sabilitytorememberthepresentmoment,newresearchsuggests.Thehippocampus,abrainstructureusuallyassociatedwithrememberingevents,alsousesexperiencestomakeforecasts(neuroscientistscallthis“statisticallearning”).ButscientistswritingintheProceedingsoftheNationalAcademyofSciencesUSAhavenowdemonstratedthatthelatterfunctioncaninfluencetheformer.,Researchersshowedparticipantsaseriesofphotographsonascreenwithouttellingthemthatsomeimagecategoriesalwaysfollowedothers:mountainsalwayscameimmediatelyafterbeaches,forexample.Theywereintendedtosubconsciouslylearntheseassociationsandbegintoexpectthesepairings.Later,theparticipantswereshownthesamephotosagain,mixedinwithnewexamples,andwereaskediftheyhadspottedanyofthembefore.Theyaccuratelyrecalledseeingrandomimagesatamuchbetterratethanthepredictiveones(likethebeachpictures).Thescientistsrepeatedthisprocesswhilescanningparticipants'brainswithfMRI(功能性核磁共振).Eachimagecategorycausedadistinctneural(神经的)activitypattern,andthepatternsforpredictablecategorieswereseeninthehippocampuswhenthecorrespondingpredictivecategorywasdisplayed.Moreover,thiseffect'sstrengthinfMRIcorrespondedinverselywithparticipants'memorytaskscores.“Themoreevidenceforpredictionwesaw,theworsetheirmemorywasforthosepredictiveitems,”suchasaparticularbeachscene,saysstudyleadauthorandYaleUniversitycognitive(认知)neuroscientistBrynnSherman.Thissuggeststhatpredictiveimagescausedthehippocampustoshifttowardprediction—andawayfromencoding(编码)anewmemory.Thestudyisamongthefirsttodemonstratehowmakingpredictionsaffectshumanmemory.Scientistspreviouslysuspectedthatthehippocampushadaroleinstatisticallearningbutdidnotknowhowitinteractswithmemoryformation.“Thispaperisareallynicedemonstrationofthebalancewherethehippocampusisdoingboththesethings,”saysUniversityofVirginiacognitiveneuroscientistNicoleLong.Theteamsaysthiscompromiseoccursbecauserememberingandpredictingbothusesomeofthesamebiologicalpathways.Inthepaper,theauthorscompareitwithusingone'srightfoottooperateboththebrake(刹车)andgaspedals(油门)inacar…butnotbothatthesametime.“Thissystemcouldpreventmemoryredundancies(冗余)andthusconservebrainpower,”Shermansays.“Westillneedfurtherresearch,”Longsays.“Forinstance,howmuchrepetitionisneededbeforethehippocampusshiftsfromrecordingtopredictingandwhetheritispossibletotrainthestructuretoimprovebothmodesatthesametime.”27.Wecanlearnfromthepassagethat______.A.predictiveimagesstimulatedmemoryformationB.thehippocampushasnothingtodowithpredictingC.researchersrevealedhowtobalancepredictingandrememberingD.theparticipantsrememberedrandomimagesmorequicklyandaccurately28.Whatdoestheunderlinedword“inversely”inParagraph3probablymean?A.Inanoppositeway.B.Exactly.C.Inthesamedirection.D.Closely.29.Whydoestheauthormentionthebrakeandgaspedals?A.Topresentanaccuratepictureofhowtodriveacar.B.Toillustratethatpredictinginteractswithremembering.,C.Tostressthedifficultiesofoperatingthematthesametime.D.Toshowtheimportanceofusingthesamebiologicalpathways.30.Whichwouldbethebesttitleforthispassage?A.TheRoleoftheHippocampuswithinMemoryB.PredictingaSituationBenefitsMemoryFormationC.ForecastorRemember:TheBrainMustChooseOneD.ForecastandRemember:TheBrainCanDoBothattheSameTimeDIntheUSA,youthcurfews(宵禁)aretraditionallyissuedbyaparentintheinterestofsafety.Thistypeofcurfewispersonal,andrightfullyso.However,tostopteenagerscommittingcrimes,someofficialshaveturnedyouthcurfewsfromfamilydecisionsintopubliclaws.Theideamayhavebeenthoughttohavegoodintentions.Inpractice,however,thesepolicieshavebeenshowntobeunfairandunconstitutional,accordingtotheAmericanCivilLibertiesUnion(ACLU).InthetownofSumner,Washington,afatherallowedhisfourteen-year-oldsontogotoaconveniencestoreafter11:00p.m.Sumnerhadadoptedacurfewlawthatprohibitedpeopleundertheageofeighteenfrombeinginpublicplacespastthathour.Thefatherwasfined,andthenhepursuedalegalchallengeagainstthetown.TheACLU,whichfiledthecaseonbehalfofthefather,claimedthecurfewlawshadviolated(侵犯)parents'rights.Intheend,Sumner'scurfewlawswerestruckdown.Butisn'titirresponsiblenottoenforceacurfewonteenagers?Curfewlawssupportersarguethatofficialsshouldprovideacurfewtoensureteensarehomebyareasonablehour.Theriskofaseriousaccidentisthreetimesashighfordriversagedsixteentonineteenasfordriversovertwenty.Anddangersonlyincreaseatnight.Thisindicatestosomethatalawkeepingteensofftheroadlateatnightisapositivesafetymeasure.Still,theNationalHighwayTrafficSafetyAdministration(NHTSA)saysthatthebestwaysfordriverstoincreasesafetyarebyobeyingthespeedlimit,wearingaseatbelt,andpayingattention.TheNHTSAmakesnomentionofyouthcurfewsmakingdrivingsafer.Incities,curfewenforcementhasbeenineffectiveorevenhadanegativeimpactoncommunities.Mostcrimescommittedbyteensactuallyhappenaround3:00p.m.,rightafterschool.Onnon-schooldays,thattimeshiftstobetween7:00p.m.and9:00p.m.Thecurfewhours,usuallybetween10:00p.m.and6:00a.m.,occuratatimeofdaywhenteenagecrimeisatitslowest.Meanwhile,violentcrimeratespeakaround10:00p.m.foradults.Whenlawenforcementperformstheteencurfewsweep,policemenaredistractedfromthemoreseriousviolentcrimesbeingcommittedbyadultsatthattime.Alsotroublingistheracialdiscriminationincitieswithcurfews.Forexample,recentdatahavefoundthatinMinneapolis,Minnesota,56%ofyouthschargedwithbreakingcurfewswereAfricanAmerican.Otherlawenforcementdepartmentreportsshowsimilarproblems.Curfewlawsarecriticizedbecausetheyareenforcedinaraciallydiscriminatoryway.,TheACLUhassucceededinstrikingdownatleastonecurfewlawbecauseofconcernsoverparentalrights.Alongwithothercommunityandcivilrightsgroups,itcontinuestopursueothercases,arguingthatcurfewlawenforcementcanonlyincreasetensionandcrime.Toarrestteensfordrivinghomefromthemovies,playingbasketballinthepark,orsimplywalkingtheirdogistopunishthemforbeingoutsidetheirhomes—apolicyinconsistentwiththeindividualrightsestablishedintheU.S.Constitution.31.Whatistheauthorsattitudetowardslegalcurfewsforteenagers?A.Disapproving.B.Supportive.C.Uncertain.D.Indifferent.32.WhatdoesParagraph4mainlytalkabout?A.Reasonablecurfewhoursforteenagers.B.Thenecessityofenforcingyouthcurfews.C.Unwantedconsequencesofyouthcurfews.D.Theimpactofyouthcurfewsonadultcrimes.33.WhatcanbeinferredabouttheACLUfromthepassage?A.Ithelpspeopledefendtheirindividualrights.B.Itisinfavourofenforcingacurfewonteenagers.C.Itstressestheresponsibilitiesofparentstotheirchildren.D.Itbelievesyouthcurfewsarehighlyrelatedtoroadsafety.34.Fromthepassagewecanlearnthat______.A.teenagersintheUnitedStateslovetheirindependenceB.enforcingyouthcurfewswillleadtodistrustofthepolicemenC.legalcurfewsshouldexistonlywhenparentsareirresponsibleD.legalcurfewsviolateindividuallibertiesandmaybecancelled第二节根据短文内容,从短文后的七个选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。选项中有两项为多余选项。YourMusicalPreferenceGivesInsightintoHowYouThinkAstudyoutofCambridgefoundthatyourmusicalpreferencescangiveinsightsintohowyouthink.ThestudyfocusedonaparticularpsychologicaltheoryofpersonalityknownastheEmpathizing-Systemizing(E-S)Theory.35Anempathizerlikestofocusonandrespondtotheemotionsofothers,whileasystemizerlikestoanalyserulesandpatternsintheworld.Cognitivestylemayseemlikeanunusualwaytogrouppeople,buttheresearchersfoundthatitworkedwell.“Althoughpeople'smusicchoiceschangeovertime,we'vediscoveredaperson'sempathylevelandthinkingstylepredictwhatkindofmusictheylike,saidPhDstudentDavidGreenberg,theleaderofthestudy,inastatement.36Tostudyasomewhatunusualsubject,theytookasomewhatuniqueroute:TheygathereddatathroughFacebook.Over4,000peopleparticipatedthroughthemyPersonalityappbyfirsttakinga,personalityassessment.Later,theylistenedtoandrated50musicalpieces.Forthosewhoscoredhighonempathy,theytendedtoprefersoftrock,R&B,country,andfolk.37Further,theytendedtoenjoymusicthathadlowenergy,negativeemotions,oremotionaldepth.Fromthesecharacteristics,theresearchersidentifiedseveralsongsthatwouldbeidealforempathizers:“Hallelujah”byJeffBuckley,“Comeawaywithme”byNorahJones,and“Allofme”byBillieHoliday.38Theyfavoredintensemusicanddislikedthesoftandsimplestyles.Theirmusictendedtowardshighenergy,orpositiveemotions,andalsofeaturedahighdegreeofdepthandcomplexity.Fromthis,theresearchersbelievedthat“ConcertoinC”byAntonioVivaldi,“EtudeOpus65No.3”byAlexanderScriabin,and“EnterSandman”byMetallicawouldbeidealsongsforsystemizers.39“Alotofmoneyisputintoalgorithms(运算法则)tochoosewhatmusicyoumaywanttolistento,forexample,onSpotifyandAppleMusic,”saidGreenberg.“Byknowinganindividual'sthinkingstyle,suchservicesmightinfuturebeabletofinetunetheirmusicrecommendationstoanindividual.A.Buttheydislikedmoreintensemusiclikepunkandheavymetal.B.Thesefindingscouldproveuseful,especiallyforthemusicindustry.C.Meanwhile,thosewhoscoredhighonsystemizingwereexactlyopposite.D.Basedonthefindings,researchersrecommendparticularstylesfordifferentpeople.E.Itdividespeopleintogroupsaccordingtowhethertheytendtoempathizeorsystemize.F.Hearguedthatmusicalpreferencesreflectclearcharacteristicssuchasageandpersonality.G.Hearguedpeopledcognitivestylecanbeabetterpredictorofwhatmusictheylikethantheirpersonality.第三部分书面表达第一节阅读下面短文,根据题目要求用英文回答问题。请在答题卡指定区域作答。InagrowingnumberofschooldistrictsacrossAmerica,studentsmustwearauniform.AccordingtotheUSDepartmentofEducation,wearingauniformcanmaintaindisciplineandhelpschoolsrecognizethosewhocometotheschoolillegally.Schoolsclaimthatwhenstudentscomeinuniform,itimprovesdisciplineandleadstoacademicgains.However,studentsprotestedthedecision.Amoreimportantquestioniswhetherthereisanyevidencetoshowthatmandatory(强制的)uniformpoliciescanleadtoimprovedstudentoutcomes.A2003studythatusedalargenationaldatasetconcludedthatelementaryandmiddleschoolswithschooluniformshadfewerstudentbehaviorproblems.Butitfoundthathighschoolshadagreaterfrequencyofmisbehavior.Interestingly,evenwhenevidenceisavailable,educatorscouldtaketheoppositeview.Forexample,astudyofeducatorsin38NorthCarolinahighschoolsfoundthat61%oftheschool,mastersbelievedthattherewasareductionincasesofmisbehavioroncampuswhenschooluniformswereintroduced.Inreality,thedatashowednochangeinincidentsofsuspensions(停学)andotherproblems.Similarly,researchontheeffectivenessofschooluniformsonincreasingstudentattendanceandachievementisconfusing.Forexample,onestudyconcludedthatschooluniformsresultedinincreasedstudentachievementandincreasedattendance.However,anotherstudyfoundlittleimpactonacademicsatalllevelsandlittleevidenceofimprovementinattendanceforgirlsanddropinattendanceforboys.So,whatdoeslackofconsistentresearchmeanforpolicy?Inmyview,itdoesnotmeanthatschoolsshouldnotcarryoutsuchpolicies.Itdoesmean,however,thateducatorsmustbeclearaboutthegoalsthattheyhopetoachieve.Decreaseddisciplineproblems,increasedattendanceandacademicachievementmaynotbeachievedjustbywearinguniforms.Buttheremaybeotherbenefits,forinstance,itcouldhelpaschoolpromoteitsbrandthroughauniformlook.Schooluniformsmayalsoserveasasymbolofcommitmenttoacademicachievement.40.WhyarestudentsrequiredtowearschooluniformsinAmerica?41.Whatarethefindingsofthe2003study?42.Pleasedecidewhichpartisfalseinthefollowingstatement,thenunderlineitandexplainwhy.Somestudiesshowedwearingschooluniformshelpedimprovestudents'performance,butotherstudiesfoundnoconsistentresults,soschoolsshouldstoptheschooluniformpolicy.43.Whatdoyouthinkofwearingschooluniforms?Explainyourreasons.(Inabout40words)第二节假设你是红星中学高三学生李华。你校将举办主题为“声入我心”的英文电影配音比赛。作为学生会主席,请给外教Jim写一封电子邮件,邀请他担任评委,内容包括:1.介绍比赛信息(如时间、地点等);2.说明评委职责。注意:1.词数100左右;2.开头和结尾已给出,不计入总词数。提示词:配音dubbingDearJim,__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Yours,LiHua(请务必将作文写在答题卡指定区域内)北京市朝阳区2021~2022学年度第一学期期中质量检测高三英语试卷参考答案,第一部分知识运用第一节1.D2.B3.A4.C5.B6.A7.D8.C9.B10.D第二节11.picked12.selflessly13.willmeet14.used15.who16.selling17.because18.todeliver19.what20.Before第二部分阅读理解第一节21.D22.B23.C24.B25.B26.C27.D28.A29.B30.C31.A32.C33.A34.D第二节35.E36.G37.A38.C39.B第三部分书面表达第一节40.Becausewearingauniformcanmaintaindisciplineandhelpschoolsrecognizethosewhocometotheschoolillegally.41.Elementaryandmiddleschoolswithschooluniformshadfewerstudentbehaviourproblems,buthighschoolshadagreaterfrequencyofmisbehaviour.42.Somestudiesshowedwearingschooluniformshelpedimprovestudents'performance,butotherstudiesfoundnoconsistentresults,soschoolsshouldstoptheschooluniformpolicy.Accordingtothepassage,theauthordoesn'tmeanthatschoolsshouldstoptheschooluniformpolicy.He/Shesuggeststhateducatorsshouldbeclearaboutthegoalstheyhopetoachievewithmandatoryuniformpolicies.43.(1)Iaminfavourofwearingschooluniforms.Idon’twanttowastetimewonderingwhattowear.Schooluniformsarespeciallydesignedforstudentssotheyarecomfortable.Wearingmyschooluniformwiththeschoollogoonit,Ihaveasenseofpride.(2)Iamagainstwearingschooluniforms.Ithinkwehavethefreedomtochoosewhateverwewanttogetdressedin.Idon'tlikeitwhenotherschoosewhattowearinmyplace.Withmyfavouriteclotheson,Icanbeatrueself.(请根据学生答题情况酌情给分)第二节Possibleversion1DearJim,Onbehalfoftheschool'sStudentUnion,I'mwritingtoinviteyoutobeoneofourjudges.Asyoumayknow,wearerunningaschool-wideEnglishmoviedubbingcontestcalledSoundinMy,Heart,anditwilltakeplaceatthelecturehallon10Nov(5p.m.-7p.m.).SinceSeptember,wehavealreadyhadtworoundsofthecompetition.Nowwehave10groupsofstudentsforthefinal.Asajudge,youwouldberesponsibleforwatchingallthedubbings,andchoosingwhocomesfirst,secondandthirdaccordingtocompetitors'pronunciation,intonationandfacialexpressions.Isincerelyhopeyoucancome.Ifyouhaveanyquestions,pleasedoletmeknow.Yourssincerely,LiHuaPossibleversion2DearJim,ItiswithgreatpleasurethatIamwritingtoinviteyoutojudgeourEnglishdubbingcompetition.TheeventwillbeheldatourschoolhallnextFridayafternoon.Iwouldliketotellyouthedutiesofajudge.WithyourrichknowledgeofEnglishlanguageandexperiencesofperforming,youwouldberesponsibleforgradingallthedubbingworksaccordingtothecriteria,andmakingcommentstothecompetitors.Besides,wewillbegratefulifyoucouldgiveaspeechonEnglishdubbing.Onbehalfoftheschool'sStudentUnion,IamextremelyexcitedtohaveyouasourjudgeandIhopeyouwillacceptourinvitation.Yourssincerely,LiHuaPossibleversion3DearJim,Onbehalfoftheschool'sStudentUnion,I'mwritingtotellyouthatourschoolwillorganizeanEnglishfilmdubbingcompetitioncalled“SoundinMyHeart”.I'mhonoredtoinviteyoutobeourjudge.ThecompetitionwillbeheldattheschoolauditoriumonDecember16.Therewillbetengroupsofcompetitorsfromallgrades.Eachgroupissupposedtodubafive-minuteclipinanEnglishfilm.Duringthecompetition,youwouldberesponsibleforgradingcompetitors'pronunciation,intonationandthecontentofdubbingaccordingtotheirperformance.Aftertheirperformance,wewouldappreciateitifyoucouldgiveussomesuggestionsonhowtoimprovedubbingskills.Ifyouareinterestedinit,pleaseletmeknow.Yourssincerely,LiHu
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