2020年岭南师范学院专插本专业课考纲一《英语阅读》

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2020年岭南师范专插本专业课考纲一《英语阅读》
考试类型:广东省专插本考试
学校:岭南师范
考试科目:《英语阅读》
Ⅰ、考试内容及要求
考试内容依照英语专业本科二年级教学大纲的要求。考生能读能读懂英美国家出版的中等难度的文章及新闻报道;能掌握所读材料的主旨大意,了解说明主旨大意的事实和细节;既理解字面意义,又能根据所读材料进行判断和理解;既理解个别句子的意义,也理解上下文的逻辑关系。本科目考试采用多项选择的形式。
 
Ⅱ、考试形式及试卷结构
本考试为闭卷、笔试,考试时间为120分钟,试卷满分为100分。共有3个部分:句子的理解、完形填空、阅读理解
(一)句子的理解
1.测试要求:掌握基础阶段认知词汇,并能正确、熟练运用其中的3000~4000个单词及其最基本的搭配。能根据所给的句字进行判断和理解;既理解个别单词或段语的意义,也理解句字中的具体含义。
2.测试形式:本部分采用多项选择。要求考生从所给的A、B、C、D四个选项中选出一个最佳答案。共20小题,即一小题1 分。此部分总分值为20分。
3.测试目的:本部分主要测试学生在基础阶段所要求掌握的词汇的运用程度。
(二)完形填空
1.测试要求:
 能在全面理解所给短文内容的基础上,选择一个最佳答案使短文意思和结构恢复完整。
2.测试形式:
本部分采用多项选择题。在一篇约250个单词、题材熟悉、难度中等的短文中留出20个空白。每个空白为一题,每题有四个选择。填空涉及词汇、语法及语篇知识。本部分共20小题,即一小题1.5分。此部分总分值为30分。
3. 测试目的:测试学生的综合语言知识和技能。
    (三)阅读理解
1.测试要求:
(1)能读懂英美国家出版的中等难度的文章及新闻报道。
(2)能掌握所读材料的主旨大意,了解说明主旨大意的事实和细节;既理解字面意义,又能根据所读材料进行判断和理解;既理解个别句子的意义,也理解上下文的逻辑关系。
2.测试形式:
本部分由两种题型构成:对错选择题和多项选择题。对错选择题要求考生从给出的陈述句中判断正确还是错误;多项选择题要求考生从四个选项中选出最佳答案。本部分共50小题,其中对错选择题15小题,即一小题1 分;多项选择题35小题,即一小题1 分。此部分总分值为50分。
3.测试目的:
本部分测试学生通过阅读获取有关信息的能力,考核学生掌握相关阅读策略和技巧的程度,既要求准确性,也要求一定的阅读速度。
4.选材原则:
(1)题材广泛,包括社会、科技、文化、经济、日常知识、人物传记等。
(2)体裁多样,包括记叙文、描写文、说明文、议论文等。
(3)阅读材料的语言难度适中,关键词汇不超出四级水平。
 
Ⅲ、考试参考书目
1) 《英语阅读技巧与实践 1(基本阅读技巧)》(第四版),刘学明总主编,湖南师范大学出版社
2) 《英语阅读技巧与实践 5(批判性阅读)》(第四版),刘学明总主编,湖南师范大学出版社
 
Ⅳ、题型及示例
岭南师范学院XXXX年本科插班生考试试卷
英语阅读(A)
(考试时间:120分钟)
Part I  Sentence Understanding:20% (每小题1分 共20分)
1. The learned think themselves superior to the common herd.
A. People think they are better than others if they are educated.
B. The learned scholars regard themselves as the masters of shepherds and cattle dealers.
C. Scholars consider themselves the masters of humanity.
D. Intellectuals think they are better than the ordinary people.
2. Unless the application of a new discovery is clear and present, most are dubious of its value.
A. Most people will doubt the value of new discovery if its application is not clear and present.
B. The value of a new discovery is most dubious unless it can be applied clearly and presently.
C. Unless one clearly presents the application of a new discovery, its value will become most dubious.
D. The value of the application of a new discovery, unless it is clear and present, will be obscure to most people.
3. Really good cooks are few and far between.
A. Really good cooks are few and their relationship is remote.
B. Really good cooks are very few in number.
C. The competition between really good cooks is very keen.
D. The houses of really good cooks are widely separated.
             (OMITTED)
Part II.Cloze Test 30%(每小题1.5分 共30分)
     People who are studied a foreign language know that it can be one of life’s most 21_____experience;they also know how much effort it 22______.Faced with the prospect of endless hours of learning vocabulary, memorizing grammar rules, and practicing pronunciation, many people simply abandon23_____of ever achieving a high level of fluency. Over the years, many students and teachers have developed useful 24____to make language-learning smoother, faster and hopefully, more enjoyable.
     Remembering vocabulary necessary to 25_____oneself in 26_____language is the difficulty that many learners say causes the most anxiety. Expert opinions differ on the specific number of words a second-language learner needs to know to achieve 27____,but they generally agree that it is several thousand. Although it is possible to learn the meaning and usage to a large number of 28_______, it can also be extremely time-consuming. One way that many teachers suggest accelerating the vocabulary-building is by using mnemonics.
……   (OMITTED)
21. A. rewarded  B. rewarding  C. reward  D. rewards
22. A. makes    B. gets       C. offers   D. takes
23. A. hope       B. way     C. method   D. language
24. A. shortcuts   B. grammar   C. study   D. time
25. A. say        B. occur       C. put      D. express
26. A. same      B. mother       C. another  D. his
27. A. master     B. mastery      C. level     D. language
28. A. words   B. information  C. pronunciation  D. reading  
…………    (OMITTED)
Part III.Reading Comprehension:(每小题1分共15分)
1. True or false questions:15%
(1)   Lightwave Communication
The making of glass is very old industry, at least 4500 years old. Glass has many extraordinary qualities and it is frequently being used in new ways.
One of the most interesting uses for glass is in telephone communication. Scientists have developed glass fibres as thin as human hair which are designed to carry light signals. When the light reaches the other end, it is first changed into electrical signs which are in turn converted into sound messages.
Called lightwave communication, the new system was used successfully in an experiment in Chicago in 1997. During the experiment, two glass fibres were able to carry 672 conversation at the same time. The lightwave cable, containing 144glass fibres, has the capability to carry 50000conversation at the same time.
The lightwave communication system has two important advantages. First, the glass fibres cables are smaller and weigh less than copper cables. Second, they cost less.
Perhaps it can be said that telephone communication has entered the age of light!
 
Judge the following statements, whether they are true(T) or false(F):
 
41.According to the passage, people started to make glass no less than 4500 years ago.
42.One of the extraordinary qualities of glass is that it can carry electric signals.
43.Neither the light nor the electrical signals have to be changed in any way.
44.According to the passage,the new telephone communication system was put into actual use in 1997.
45.From the passage,you can tell that people glass fibre cables to copper cables, because, in comparison with copper wire, glass fibre is less expensive.
          (OMITTED)
2. Choose the best answer according to the test.(每小题1分共35分)
              (OMITTED)
 In science the meaning of the word “explain” suffers with civilization ‘s every step in search of reality. Science cannot really explain electricity, magnetism, and gravitation; their effects can be measured and predicted , but of their nature no more is known to the modern scientist than to Thales who first speculated on the electrification of amber. Most contemporary physicists reject the notion that man can never discover what these mysterious forces “really” are. Electricity, Bertrand Russell says; “is not a thing, like St. Paul’s Cathedral; it is a way in which things behave. When we have told how things behave when they are electrified, and under what circumstances they are electrified, we have told all there is to tell.” Until recently scientists would have disapproved of such an idea. Aristotle, for example, whose natural science dominated Western thought fort two thousand years, believe that man could arrive at an understanding of reality by reasoning from self-evident principles. He felt, for example, that it is a self-evident principles that everything in the universe has its proper place, hence one can deduce that objects fall to the ground because that’s where they belong, and smoke goes up because that’s where it belongs. The goal of Aristotelian science was to explain why things happen. Modern science  was born when Galileo began trying to explain  how things happen and thus originated the method of controlled experiment which now forms the basis of scientific investigation.
79.The aim of controlled scientific experiments is ____
 A. to explain why things happen
 B. to explain how things happen
 C. to describe self-evident principles
 D. to support Aristotelian science
80.What principles most influenced scientific thought for two thousand years?
A. the speculation of  Thales
B. the force of electricitiy, magnetism, and gravity
C. Aristote’s natural science
D. Galileo’s discoveries.
81. Bertrand Russell’s notion about electricity is______
A. disapproved of by most modern scientists.
B. in agreement with Aristote’s theory of self-evident principles.
C. in agreement with scientific investigation directed toward “how” things happen.
D. in agreement with scientific investigation directed toward “what” things happen.
82. The passage says that until recently scientists disagreed with the idea____
A. that there are mysterious forces in the universe.
B. that man cannot discover what forces “really” are.
C .that there are self-evident principles.
D. that we can discover why things behave as they do.
                (OMITTED)

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