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同学们,初中生活即将结束,我们将进入高中,学习压力也将越来越大,适当的课余活动可...

同学们,初中生活即将结束,我们将进入高中,学习压力也将越来越大,适当的课余活动可以调节我们忙碌的生活。你是如何支配闲暇时间的呢?看电视、做运动、听音乐、阅读报纸、郊游、帮助父母做家务,还是……

请以“My Free Time”为题,写一篇60词的短文,描述一下自己的课余生活。

要求:1、意思连贯,语言通畅,字迹工整。

2、文中不能出现真实的姓名和校名。

参考词汇:Take exercise    keep healthy   do some reading    have a good time

My Free Time

 

 

 

 

My Free Time I have a lot of things to do in my free time. Usually I take exercise after school. I like basketball very much. Sports help me to keep healthy. I often watch TV or do some reading in ...
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考点分析:
考点1:日常生活类

日常生活类阅读理解:

    阅读能力是中学生学习英语应具备的一种基本能力。学习英语的一个重要目的在于获取信息。通过阅读这一重要手段,我们可以大量地获取知识,拓展知识面,还可以增强语感,培养敏捷的思维能力。

阅读理解也是各地中考试题的必考题型之一,在中考试题中占有较大比例,主要考查学生通过文字获取信息的能力。在中考中,阅读的篇数一般是三到四篇,选材范围越来越广,除故事、幽默、人物轶事外,科普性文章也多了起来。体裁也趋于多样化,有记叙文、说明文、应用文等。还要求学生能理解及解释图表多提供的简单信息等。三四篇短文中有的难度跨度较大,以便拉开档次,体现选拔功能。并且扩大了选材范围,主要考查考生阅读所给材料,理解其中词语、句子或片段含义的能力。有时涉及对全文意思和篇章结构的理解,对一些问题作出推理和判断。阅读理解的考核中包括了对词汇、语法等语言知识的考查,要求学生具备一定的背景知识、各种常识、科普知识和一定的分析及逻辑推理能力;要求学生具有归纳段落大意、中心思想的能力。测试的方向由时间、地点、身份、人物等一些细节问题,改为测试对全文整体意义的理解程度;由考查短文的表层现象改为考对文章深层含义的理解和逻辑推断能力。另外,任务型阅读形式灵活多样,内容丰富多彩,联系实际,易考查学生的灵活运用能力和对语言的综合运用能力。在中考中占30-40分。

  
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