上海市2018届各初中名校初三九年级英语试卷题型分类专题汇编--阅读理解--老师版(带答案已校对珍藏版) 上海初中试题_教学资源|题库|学习文库-「普洱教育」

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上海市2018届各初中名校初三九年级英语试卷题型分类专题汇编--阅读理解--老师版(带答案已校对珍藏版) 上海初中试题

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上海市2018届各初中名校初三九年级英语试题题型分类专题汇编:阅读理解 One【2018届上海市外国语大学附属浦东外国语学校初三下学期英语月考试题】 g comprehension(阅读理解)(共50分) the best answer(根据短文内容, 选择最恰当的答案)(共14分) Why do you do what you do? What is the engine that keeps you up late at night or gets you going in the morning? What stands between you and your dream? Weighty questions. One researcher believes that writing down the answers to these questions can be decisive for students. Jordan Peterson teaches in the Department of Psychology at the University of Toronto. He wrote a paper that demonstrates a surprising effect: nearly erasing the achievement gap for 700 students over the course of two years with a short written exercise in setting goals. Experiments going back to the 1980s have showed that “expressive” writing can reduce depression, increase productivity and even cut down on visits to the doctors. “Goal-setting theory” holds that writing down specific goals and strategies can help people overcome obstacles and succeed. Seeing a positive outcome helps people stay motivated and stick to achieving their goals. Recently, researchers have been getting more and more interested in the role that mental motivation plays in academic achievement. Peterson wondered whether writing down goals could be shown to affect students’ motivation. He started a course called Map of Meaning, in which students complete a set of writing exercises that combine writing with goal-setting, Students reflect on important moments in their past and create plans for the future, including specific goals and strategies to get through difficulties. “It completely turned my life around,”says Christine Brophy, who is an under-graduate several years ago, was on the verge of dropping out of school. After taking Peterson’s course, she changed her major. Today she is a doctoral student and one of Peterson’s main research assistants. In an early study at McGill University in Montreal, Peterson’s course showed a powerful positive effect on students at risk, reducing the dropout rate and improving academic achievement. Peterson is seeking a larger audience for what he has named “self-authoring,” He started a company and is selling the course online. 1 上海市2018届各初中名校初三九年级英语试题题型分类专题汇编:阅读理解 60. Which is NOT the advantage of expressive writing? A. Reducing depression C. Increasing productivity B. Improving health D. Changing personality 61. What does the underlined word “obstacles” mean? A. troubles B. difficulties C. worries D. horrors 62. Jordan Peterson created the course Map of Meaning in order to _________. A. help students write down goals. B. reduce the dropout rate C. prove the mental motivation in academic performance D. find out whether writing down goals helps students achieve them 63. If people can see a positive outcome, they will ________. A. stay motivated B. feel happy C. be interested in writing D. forget what they’re done 64. In the course, students take part in some activities EXCEPT ________. A. reflecting on important moments C. sharing their school life 65. Which word can best describe the course? A. Trustworthy B. Effective C. Negative D. Comfortable B. create plans for the future goals and strategies 66. Which is the best title of the article? A. Power of writing goals。 C. Life is changing。
Keys:60-66 DBDACBA B. Stay positive。 D. Writing exercises。
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【2018届上海市西南模范初三上学期英语第一次月考试题】 g comprehension(阅读理解)(共50分) the best answer(根据短文内容, 选择最恰当的答案)(共12分) (A) Daniel Boone was born in the United States in 1734. He didn’t go to school and couldn’t read, although he learned all about the forests, streams and hunting. He could move silently like an 2 上海市2018届各初中名校初三九年级英语试题题型分类专题汇编:阅读理解 Indian leaving no marks. He loved to live alone in the woods where nothing frightened him. When he grew up, he married and tried to settle down on a farm. A year later, however, he wasn’t satisfied and decided to go into the unknown western lands, crossing the Appalachian Mountains. When he returned after two years, he became famous for his long journey. He brought valuable animal skins and told stories about the Indians. After this, he chose to keep travelling to unknown places. Once he lost to the Indians in battle and was taken away. The Indians liked him and became his friends. Daniel Boone died at the age of 86. He is remembered as an explorer and a pioneer who lived an exciting life in the early years of American nation 69. Daniel Boone’s early life was mainly spent in ________. A. learning about nature C. learning useful skills from the Indians B. hunting with ish friends D. studying at home instead of going to school 70. When he got married, Daniel Boone first planned to ________. up a large farm C. find food, new land for his farm B. go on a journey with ish wife D. live a peaceful life with his family 71. Why did the Indians want to make friends with him? e they wanted to learn from him. B. Because he wanted to make peace with them. e they wanted to make friends with white people. D. No reason is told this article. (B) Perhaps the most famous theory, the study of body movement, was suggested by Professor Ray Bird Whistle. He believes that physical appearance is often culturally(文化的)programmed. In other words, we learn our looks --- we are not born with them. A baby has generally unformed face features(特征). A baby, according to Bird Whistle, learns where to set the eyebrows(眉毛) by looking at those around --- family and friends. This helps explain why the people of some areas of the United States look so much alike, New Englanders or Souterners have certain common face features that cannot be explained by genetics(遗传学). The exact shape of the mouth is not set at birth,it is learned after. In fact, the final mouth shape is not formed until well after new teeth are set. For many, this can be well into grown-ups. A husband and wife together for a long time often 3 上海市2018届各初中名校初三九年级英语试题题型分类专题汇编:阅读理解 come to look somewhat alike. We learn our looks from those around us. This is perhaps why in a single country there are areas where people smile more than those in other areas. In the United States, for example, the South is the part of the country where the people smile most frequently. In New England they smile less, and in the western part of New York State still less. Many Southerners find cities such as New York cold and unfriendly, partly because people on Madison Avenue smile less than people on Peachtree Street in Atlanta, Georgia. People in largely populated areas also smile and greet each other in public less than do people in small towns. 72. Ray Bird Whistle believes physical appearance ________. A. has little to do with culture C. is ever changing B. has much to do with culture D. is different from place to place 73. According to the passage, the final mouth shape is formed ________. A. before birth B. as soon as one’s teeth are newly set D. around 15 years old C. sometime after new teeth are set 74. This passage might have been taken out of a book dealing with ________. A. physics Keys: 69-74 ADDBCD B. chemistry C. biology D. body movement Three
【2018届上海市张江集团学校初三上学期英语第一次月考试题】 g comprehension(阅读理解)(共50分) the best answer(根据短文内容, 选择最恰当的答案)(共12分) (A) It was a cold March day in High Point, North Carolina. The girls on the Wesleyan Academy softball team were waiting for their next turns at bat during practice, stamping their feet to stay warm. Eighth-grader Taylor Bisbee shivered (发抖)a little as she watched her teammate Paris White play. The two didn't know each other well--Taylor had just moved to town a month or so before. Suddenly, Paris fell to the ground. "Paris's eyes rolled back," Taylor says. "She started shaking. I knew it was an emergency." 4 上海初中试题。
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