2016-2017学年高二英语人教版选修7(Unit5) Word版含解析.doc

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2016-2017学年高二英语人教版选修7(Unit5) Word版含解析.doc
Unit 5 Travelling abroad
课时1 Warming Up & Reading & Comprehending
Ⅰ. 单词拼写
1. Our latest model should meet your________(要求) exactly.
2. Madame Curie is usually________(公认) to be one of the most outstanding scientists.
3. He’s fully o________ looking after three small children.
4. Can you r______ me some relevant books on this subject?
5. Previous teaching experience is a necessary q______ for this job.
6. His quick anger c______ his previous statement that he never lost his temper.
7. I take________(安慰) from the fact that his friends are there to help him.
8. Money is no s________ for happiness.
9. Was going to college a good p______ for your career?
10. We need someone with________(事业心)and imagination to design a marketing strategy.
In order to complete business qualification, Xie Lei  1 (board) the plane for London six months ago. And now she was already halfway  2 her preparation year,  3 most foreign students complete before  4 (apply) for a degree course. On arriving at London, Xie Lei found it difficult to get used  5 a whole new way of life as well as study; the former occupied all her  6 (concentrate) in the beginning. Thanks to her host family, which she felt  7 substitute when she missed her family back home, now she feels much 8 at home in England.
What’s got Xie Lei impressed deeply is their academic  9 (require).The teachers encourage students to think by themselves and have their own opinions rather than only refer  10 others’.
1. ________ ________ ________ ________(有人建议) the project (should) not be started until all the preparations
have been made.
2. ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________(就我而言), you should come back after you
finish your study abroad.
3. ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________(这是第二次) he had talked with her face to face.
4. ________ ________ ________ ________ ________(我才是) your true friend.
5. Having grown in the countryside, my parents found it hard ________ ________ ________ ________ ________
________ ________(适应城市生活).
6. I hardly know ________ ________ ________ before you.(what)
7. Recently she ________ ________ ________ ________ with her studies that she hasn’t much time to take up the
8. ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________, we slept deeply because we were so tired after
the long journey.(as)
9. She came to the scene ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________.(moment)
10. ________ ________ ________ ________, he was a famous writer.(besides)
= 4 \* ROMAN IV. 完形填空
I arrived in the classroom, ready to share my knowledge and experience with 75 students who would be my English Literature (文学)class. Having taught in the US for 17 years, I had no 1 about my ability to hold their attention and to   2 on them my admiration for the literature of my mother tongue.
I was shocked when the monitor shouted, "  3 !" and the entire class rose as I entered the room, and I was somewhat  4 over how to get them to sit down again, but once that awkwardness(尴尬)was over, I quickly  5 my calmness and began what I thought was a fact-packed lecture, sure to gain their respect – perhaps  6 their admiration. I went back to my office with the rosy glow(光) which comes from a (n)  7 of achievements.
My students 8 diaries. However, as I read them, the rosy glow was gradually  9 by a strong sense of sadness. The first diary said, "Our literature teacher didn’t teach us anything today.  10 her next lecture will be better." Greatly surprised, I read diary after diary, each expressing a  11 subject. "Didn’t I teach them anything? I described the entire philosophical framework(哲学体系)of Western thought and laid the historical  12 for all the works we’ll study in class," I complained. "How  13 they say I didn’t teach them anything?"
It was a long term, and it  14 became clear that my ideas about education were not the same as  15 of my students. I thought a teacher’s job was to raise  16 questions and provide enough background so that students could 17 their own conclusions. My students thought a teacher’s job was to provide  18 information as directly and clearly as possible. What a difference!
 19 , I also learned a lot, and my experience with my Chinese students has made me a  20 American teacher, knowing how to teach in a different culture.
1. A. troubleB. ideaC. doubtD. experience
2. A. impressB. putC. leaveD. fix
3. A. AttentionB. Look outC. At easeD. Stand up
4. A. seriousB. sureC. curiousD. puzzled
5. A. foundB. returnedC. regainedD. followed
6. A. moreB. evenC. yetD. still
7. A. thoughtB. senseC. feelingD. idea
8. A. wroteB. hidC. keptD. read
9. A. replacedB. takenC. caughtD. moved
10. A. NaturallyB. PerhapsC. FortunatelyD. Reasonably
11. A. differentB. sameC. similarD. usual
12. A. happeningB. charactersC. developmentD. background
13. A. mayB. shouldC. willD. must
14. A. immediatelyB. certainlyC. simplyD. gradually
15. A. thatB. whatC. thoseD. ones
16. A. difficultB. interestingC. ordinaryD. unusual
17. A. drawB. getC. decideD. give
18. A. strangeB. standardC. exactD. serious
19. A. ThereforeB. BesidesC. HoweverD. Though
20. A. normalB. happyC. betterD. good

Ⅰ. 单词拼写
1. requirements 2. acknowledged 3. occupied 4. recommend 5. qualification 
6. contradict  7. comfort 8. substitute 9. preparation 10. enterprise
Ⅱ. 课文语法填空
1. boarded【解析】表示"登上飞机",表示过去的事件,用一般过去时。
2. through【解析】此处用介词 through作表语,意为"自始至终,从头到尾"。
3. which【解析】非限制性定语从句,关系词作主语,用关系代词which。
4. applying【解析】介词before后要用v.-ing形式。
5. to【解析】get used to是固定短语,意为"习惯于"。
6. concentration【解析】用名词形式作occupied的宾语。
7. a【解析】substitute作名词,前面常用不定冠词,表示"一个替代品"。
8. more【解析】与以前比较,用比较级。
9. requirements【解析】用名词形式作表语,表示"要求"。
10. to【解析】refer to是固定短语,意为"参考;参阅"。
Ⅲ. 完成句子
1. It is recommended that/Some people recommend that2. As far as I am concerned
3. It was the second time that4. It is I that/who am
5. to fit in with the city life6. what to say 
7. has been so occupied 8. Hot as the night air was 
9. the moment she heard the news 10. Besides being a scholar
= 4 \* ROMAN IV. 完形填空
1. C依据"Having taught in the US for 17 years"可判断,"我"一点也不怀疑自己的能力。
2. A根据语境,此处表示"我"确信自己一定能吸引他们的注意力,并使他们意识到"我"对自己民族文学的崇拜。impress sth. on sb."使意识到";put on"把……放在上面";fix on"把……固定在上面";leave通常不与on搭配。
3. D中国学生上课时习惯喊起立。Attention"请注意"; Look out"小心"; At ease"放松"; Stand up"起立"。后面也有"我"想让学生们坐下之类的提示。
4. D依据语境,"我"对如何让他们坐下感到"困惑"。 puzzled"迷惑不解的"; sure"确定的"; curious"好奇的"; serious"严肃的"。
5. C此处是指尴尬已过去,"我"就很快恢复了平静。
6. B根据语境可知:"我"确信自己一定能赢得学生的尊敬,甚至会赢得他们的钦佩。
7. B语境:想到自己会赢得学生的尊敬,甚至赢得他们的钦佩,我就有一种成就感(sense of achievement)。
8. C根据语境可知,学生有记日记的习惯。
9. A从下文内容可以看出,此处指"我"在读学生的日记时,前面提到的那种成就感被一种悲伤替代了。
10. B根据语境可知:学生认为,老师第一节课讲得不好,也许第二节课会好些。
11. C由上文"Our literature teacher didn’t teach us anything today."以及下文"How __ they say I didn’t teach them anything?"可推知,每篇日记都表达一个相似的主题。
12. D"lay the historical background"意为"设置历史背景"。其他选项与上下文语境不符。
13. B依据语境,此处是指"我"对学生的反应感到意外, should与why,how,who等连用,表示"意外,惊异等"。
14. D由"It was a long term"可判断,这里表示渐渐变得很清楚。
15. C用those指代前面的ideas。如果选ones,须在其前面加定冠词the。
16. B上文提到"I had no___about my ability to hold their attention",可推断,"我"上课时会提出一些有趣的问题。
17. A"draw a conclusion"是固定用法,意为"得出结论"。
18. C根据语境可知:我的学生认为教师应该尽可能清楚直接地为他们提供精确的知识和信息。
19. C根据前一段中的"what a difference!"可知,本段与前面一段构成转折关系。
20. C根据语境,此处表示教中国学生的经历使我成为一个更好的美国老师,表示现在和过去相比较。

课时2 Learning about Language & Using Language
1. When we reached the d________ of our journey, we were almost tired to death.
2. Apples are now so a ________ in market that they are cheap as dirt.
3. There is no need to debate about who really g______ this country at that time.
4. Our________(代理人) in New York deals with all US sales.
5. The railway lines run p______ to the road, so they will never meet.
1. The boy ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________(向他的老师道歉) for being late for
2. ________ ________ ________ ________ ________(日复一日),no matter what the weather is like, he walks one
3. The railway lines ________ ________ ________(与……平行) the road, so they will never meet.
4. As we all know, China is a country which ________ ________ ________(在……方面丰富) natural resources.
5. We can’t go out in this weather; it is ________ ________ ________ ________(不可能的).
6. She ________ ________(安顿下来) a foreign country and had a happy life after she retired.
7. In front of the office building ________ ________ ________ ________(停着一辆警车).
8. The country________ ________ ________ ________(被西方人统治)before being liberated.
Ⅲ. 阅读理解
Students in the UK leave high school at the age of 18 and go on study for three years in a university, but in recent years many students have chosen to take a one-year break between finishing school and starting university.
This period is called a gap year and is a time when British students can broaden their horizons by visiting foreign countries.
Tens of thousands of gap-year travelers leave Britain every year, with Australia as the most popular destination. While some volunteer for charity work in developing countries, others will enjoy eco-tourism or simply backpack through different
countries. Many other gap-year travelers try their hand at teaching English to the locals in the countries they visit.
An important part of any gap year is learning about other peoples’ cultures and societies. It can be very important to learn about local customs in order to avoid a culture clash, such as when Westerners wear clothes that are seen as unacceptable in more conservative countries.
Developments in communication technology mean that it is easier than ever to keep in touch with friends and family at home. Many gap-year students keep a travel blog or upload their snaps (快照)to photo-sharing websites so that others can see their adventures.
Research shows students who take a gap year tend to outperform those who don’t. Students at Middlebury College and the University of North Carolina year before going to college on average had a GPA 0. 1 to 0. 4 higher than the ones that went directly to colleges without a year break. "Students can use the year to refresh skills, gain experience, and learn of career opportunities that may finally direct their academic path ," says Rita , vice president Peirce College.
1. What’s the purpose of the writer?
A.To show a new way of relaxation before going to colleges.
B.To introduce to us a new phenomenon of British students.
C.To convince more students to join in the gap year.
D.To introduce to us a fresh school activity in the UK.
2. According to the passage, what do the gap-year students do abroad?
A.They may volunteer for charity work in developed countries.
B.They may promote eco-tourism  through many countries.
C.They may work as English teachers for the local students.
D.They may do a research about the major universities overseas.
3. What’s the writer’s attitude towards the gap-year activity?
A. Objective.B. Supportive.C. Opposed.D. Indifferent.
4. What does the underlined word "outperform" mean in the last paragraph?
A. Be ahead of.B. Be equal to.C. Fall behind.D. Go with.
Researchers at the University of Kansas say that people can accurately judge 90 percent of a stranger’s personality simply by looking at the person’s shoes.
"Shoes convey a thin but useful slice of information about their wearers," the authors wrote in the new study published in Journal of Research in Personality."Shoes serve a practical purpose and also serve as non-verbal cues with symbolic messages. People tend to pay attention to the shoes they and others wear."
Lead researcher Omri Gillath said the judgments were based on the style, cost, color and condition of someone’s shoes. In the study, volunteers were photographed in their most commonly worn shoes and then filled out a personality questionnaire. 63 students from the University of Kansas compared the pictures showing 208 different pairs of shoes worn by the participants with their questionnaires.
So, what do your shoes say about your personality? Some of the results were expected: people with higher incomes most commonly wore expensive shoes and flash footwear was typically worn by extroverts(性格外向的人).However, some of the more specific results were intriguing. For example, "practical and functional" shoes were generally worn by more "agreeable" people, while ankle boots were more closely aligned with "aggressive" personalities.The strangest of all may be that those who wore "uncomfortable-looking" shoes tended to have "calm" personalities. And if you have several pairs of new shoes or take exceptional care of them, you may suffer from "attachment anxiety", spending an inordinate(过度的) amount of time worrying about what other people think of your appearance.
The researchers noted that some people would choose shoe styles to mask their actual personality traits, but researchers noted that volunteers were also likely to be unaware that their footwear choices were revealing deep insights into their personalities.
5. Which of the following aspects about shoes is NOT related to the owners’ personality?
A. The shoes’ style.
B. The place where the owner puts the shoes.
C. The shoes’ color.
D. The shoes’ condition.
6. According to the research, a tough female manager of a company is likely to fancy    .
A. cheap second-hand shoes
B. practical low-heeled shoes
C. fashionable ankle boots
D. common-looking sneakers
7. People with "attachment anxiety" are those who    .
A. always have new shoes to wear
B. don’t know how to take care of shoes
C. care too much about how they look to others
D. try to hide their actual personality features
8. What is the author’s attitude towards the new study?
A. Subjective.B. Optimistic.
C. Objective.D. Supportive.
9. The purpose of the passage is to    .
A. give tips on how to judge a person’s personality
B. introduce the finding that shoes show the owners’ personality
C. teach people to hide their true personality with their shoes
D. compare the differences among people who wear different shoes
Ⅳ. 书面表达
Dear Peter,
I’m pleased that you will come to China to study the language and culture.____________________________
Li Hua

1. destination 2. abundant 3. governed 4. agent5. parallel
1. made an apology to his teacher 2. Day in and day out3. are parallel to 
4.is abundant in 5. out of the question 6. settled in 
7. stopped a police car 8. was governed by westerners
Ⅲ. 阅读理解
1. B【解析】主旨大意题。概括第一、二段可以得出,作者告诉我们什么是gap year以及其原因。第三、四、五段告诉我们这一活动是怎样进行的(how)最后一段讲了其好处和意义。由此,不难看出作者的写作目的。
2. C【解析】细节理解题。A项的devdoped一词之差导致选项错误,B项与原文第三段信息不符,D项属无中生有。
3. B【解析】细节理解题。作者在第二、四段陈述了 gap year的重要性及好处。显然,作者是支持这一活动的。
4. A【解析】词义猜测题。由倒数第二段中两者的优劣对比,不难看出画线单词应为"超出"之意。
5. B【解析】细节理解题。根据文章第三段第一句中的"the judgments were based on the style, cost, color and condition of someone’s shoes",并结合上下文内容可知,只有选项B的内容在文章中没有出现。
6. C【解析】细节理解题。根据文章第四段第四句中的"ankle boots were more closely aligned with ‘aggressive’personalities"可知,一个强硬的公司女经理应该喜欢时尚的短靴,所以选择C项。
7. C【解析】推理判断题。根据画线词后的"spending an inordinate(过度的) amount of time worrying about what other people think of your appearance"可知,选择C项。
8. C【解析】观点态度题。作者一直在客观地介绍一项新研究的内容和结果,并没有提出自己的观点和看法,故C项符合题意。
9. B【解析】写作意图意图。通读全文并根据文章第一段的内容可知,文章主要介绍的是一项研究及其结果——看一个人所穿的鞋便可知其个性。故选B。
Ⅳ. 书面表达
Dear Peter, 
I’m pleased that you will come to China to study the language and culture.
Living in China is a wonderful thing, and I’m sure you’ll soon fit in. The Chinese food is quite different from yours. Besides, most people here like drinking tea instead of coffee. And we use chopsticks while having dinner, which is another difference.
Chinese people are very friendly and easy-going, so it’ll be easy for you to make friends with your classmates and the local people. Communicating with them is the best way to learn Chinese and Chinese culture.
In a word, I’ll try my best to help you settle in and make you feel at home.
Looking forward to your coming.
Li Hua  

课时3 Grammar
Ⅰ. 用适当的关系词填空
1. Here are players from Japan, some of ________ are our old friends.
2. She lives in a small village, ________ is only three miles from here.
3. She is going to spend the summer holidays in Shanghai, ________ she has some friends.
4. We’ll put off the meeting till next week, ________ we won’t be so busy.
5. The sun gives the earth light and heat, ________ is very important to the living things.
6. He was often late, ________ made his teacher very angry.
7. The ship, ________ ________ the Europeans sailed to the American continent, was called the Mayflower.
8. He has written a book, the name ________ ________ I have completely forgotten.
9. It is a family of 8 children, all ________ ________ are studying music.
10. The town, ________ ________ they came, was in the north of the province.
Ⅱ. 把下列句子合成一个含有非限制性定语从句的复合句
1. He is waiting for his passport. He spent 100 dollars on his passport.
2. Cuzoo lies in the south of Peru and it was once known as the City of the Sun.
3. My brother, Jim, is working in Paris,and Paris is the capital of France.
4. The poor cat lived through the cold and snowy winter. It was beyond my expectation.
5. The factory produces half a million pairs of shoes every year and 80% of them are sold abroad.
Ⅲ. 完形填空
For many people today, reading is no longer relaxation. To keep up their work they must read letters, reports, trade publications, interoffice communications, not to mention newspapers and magazines: a never-ending flood of words. In  1 a job or advancing in one, the ability to read and comprehend  2 can mean the difference between success and failure. Yet the unfortunate fact is that most of us are  3 readers. Most of us develop poor reading  4 at an early age, and never get over them. The main deficiency  5 in the actual stuff of language itself—words. Taken individually, words have 6 meaning until they are strung together into phrases, sentences and paragraphs.  7 , however, the untrained reader does not read groups of words. He laboriously reads one word at a time, often regressing(退回) to  8 words or passages. Regression, the tendency to look back over  9 you have just read, i