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99/100/101/102年統測全國考生英文科分數 區間 (全國考生總數 158, 025/159, 243/144, 776人) 分數 分數區間分佈人數 99年 100年 101年 分數 分數區間分佈人數 102年 99年 100年 101年 102年 42 43 40 44 70分 2382 2494 2025 1873 2339 2668 2192 2012 610 68分 1671 60分 2881 3059 2292 1241 792 1655 28分 7870 8571 8461 7714 82分 1326 1502 907 1759 26分 8745 10005 10854 9452 80分 1559 1643 994 1755 24分 11022 10394 9115 42 43 40 44 90分 465 638 452 1523 88分 86分 636 813 516 1689 824 1036 84分 1069 9191
回顧過去— 2~1 會話命題範圍 (1) Greetings (2) Apology, Compassion (3) Telephone Manners (4) Asking for Directions/Information/Advice (5) Store, Restaurant, Working Place, Post Office, Station, Airport (6) WH Questions (7) Yes-No Questions (8) Idiomatic Expressions
回顧過去— 3~4 綜合測驗發展趨勢(四) • 安排特殊文章架構，增加試題難度(101年的對稱結構 With the awareness of our own knowledge and ignorance, we are able to succeed and avoid errors. Self-knowledge refers to the ability to know what we know and what we do not know. ) 。 • 用字遣詞方面，有時會稍微超出一般高職生 4500等級 程度(abbreviate、budget 、 conscious、sheer、 accommodation、encounter、perspective ultimately、 iron persistence、resolute)，多少影響閱讀「可理解 度」(intelligibility)。
回顧過去— 4~4 閱讀測驗發展趨勢(四) • 經常運用偏難單字(fragment, incisor, distinguish, bicuspid, digestion, advent, pottery, shawl, property, polish, dampen, rub, swiftly, hum, glance, accessory, exhausting, competitive, disrupt, challenging, fertilizer, herb, sculpture, replica, arctic, skeleton, utter, approximately, terminal stage, component, thermal, emit, restrict, treaty, obstacle, impediment, prospect)，造成閱讀 障礙，所以考生應跳脫逐字翻譯角度解題。
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確立策略—非選擇題型-1~4 ＊填充題(翻譯填充、引導翻譯) 11. Ralph在一場一對一籃球鬥牛比賽中單挑他朋友Ted。 (Life ABC All+: July 2013, p. 61) Ralph _____ his friend Ted in a game of _____ basketball. 12. He _____ such a generous contribution _____ the university that they will name one of the building _____ him. 13. The day _____ fine, we went on a picnic. 14. If _____ to left, you will find the post office _____ the right. (Turn to left and you will find …) 15. _____ comparison _____ other recent video games, this one isn't very exciting
確立策略—非選擇題型-2~2 ＊簡答題 1. Adam: Why didn’t you finish your homework? Paul: ____________. 2. Mary: What took you so long? Betty: Before we could leave, my father called me and said that _________. 3. Mary: John, could you do me a _____? John: Sure. What can I do for you? Mary: I'm going to my son's music performance tomorrow morning. Could you take my shift? John: OK. I guess I can. (102統測)
確立策略—非選擇題型-2~3 ＊簡答題 3. Clerk: What do you want to have for today? Customer: I’d like to have a hamburger, a salad, and a cup of coffee. Clerk: Yes, and would you like to have an ice cream for dessert?
確立策略—非選擇題型-2~4 ＊簡答題 A healthy lifestyle is one ingredient that will promote happiness, but happiness does not depend on that alone. Being healthy, and staying healthy, requires a level of discipline to avoid overindulgence. Eating the right foods and getting regular exercise are regarded as essentials for staying fit. A diet of fresh fruit and vegetables, coupled to a suitable intake of protein, will contribute to good health. Another essential is to drink an adequate amount of water each day to replace the natural loss of body fluids. (Graham Paterson, 張滿勝: 50 Topics World Current Issues 北京外文出版社 2008 ) • Question: Name any two items necessary for a healthy man? • Answer: Good food, exercise, fruit, vegetables, protein, and water.
確立策略—非選擇題型-2~5 ＊簡答題 In 1989, Serbia began to re-assert their dominance over the autonomous province of Kosovo and Vojvodina which led to Serbia's growing influence over the federal government. This came to a head in 1990 when the Croatian and Slovenia delegates walked out of the federal congress. Crotia and Slovenia eventually declared their independence from the Yugoslav Federation in 1991. (Graham Paterson, 張滿勝: 50 Topics World Current Issues 北京外文出版社 2008 ) Question: What even started the conflict between the Serbs and Croats? Answer: The walk out of the Croat delegation from the congress.
確立策略—非選擇題型-2~6 ＊簡答題 Every land has its own dining custom, and the United States is no exception. Americans feel that the first rule of being a polite guest is to be on time. If a person is invited to dinner at 6: 30, the hostess expects him to be there at 6: 30 or not more than a few minutes later. Because she usually does her own cooking, she times the meal so that the coffee and meat will be at their best time she asks the guest to come. If he is late, the food will not be so good, and the hostess will be disappointed. When the guest cannot come on time, he calls his host or hostess, gives the reason, and tells at what time he thinks he can come. As guests continue to arrive, the men in the group stand when a woman enters and remain standing until she has found a chair. … QUESTIONS: 1. The passage is mainly about American dining custom. 2. According to the passage, in case of being late the guest must phone the hostess, and tell at what time he thinks he can come. 3. When a man is introduced to a woman, he always rises.
確立策略—非選擇題型-3~3 ＊中譯英 6. Peter鮮少談論他的私生活，所以我對他知道的不 多。(東大高職英文8課版--105) Peter seldom talks about his personal life, so I know very little about him. 7. Kathy試著在Zack的球隊輸掉棒球比賽後對他說 些安慰的話。(東大高職英文8課版--105) Kathy tried to say some words of comfort to Zack after his team lost the baseball game.
確立策略—非選擇題型-4~2 ＊英譯中 • 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. The seats for the outdoor concert are filling up fast today. Driving drunk is not only illegal but also dangerous. But that John helped her, she would not have overcome all those difficulties. Two heads are better than one. Diamond cuts diamond. He is not a man to tell a lie. He is the last person I would want to be friend with.
確立策略—非選擇題型-5~2 ＊句子改寫 1. I do not like seafood. I do not like pizza. 提示：請以 neither…. nor 合併改寫上列句子。 2. Tom has grown tired of city life. Tom is moving to the country. 提示：以連接詞 ‘so’ 合併改寫上列句子。 3. He is not rich. He is happy every day. 無提示 4. Some people are walking along the river. (東大高職八課版205) 提示：請以倒裝句呈現。 5. In this plan, money should be taken into consideration. In this plan, time should also be considered. 提示：請以 not only. . . but also 合併改寫上列句子。
確立策略—非選擇題型-5~3 ＊句子改寫: 根據句型改寫畫線部分。(東大 206) Today, people who live in big cities do not have many chances to get close to nature. So, many city parks have appeared. We call these parks which only use a small amount (少量) of space "mini-parks. " They have chairs and playgrounds, and some mini-parks even have gardens. Of course, the trees that offer cool shade (樹蔭) can be found in these parks too. People who keep pets also bring their pets to the parks after work or on weekends. For example, pet dogs that need to go out every day can go to these parks with their owners. So, mini-parks are a great place to go to in big cities.
確立策略—非選擇題型-6~3 ＊句子重組 根據句型和提示字完成對話(重組) (東大高職英文8課版--201) Alex: The movie we saw last night was great! I liked it a lot! Jim: Me, too. I heard that (1)______ (it/be named/"The Best Movie of the Year") before it was released (上映) here in Taiwan. Alex: Really? Hey, let's see it again next week. Jim: Well, before I saw it with you, (2) _____ (I/already/see/this movie/for three times). Alex: Wow! You really are a big fan of this movie! Jim: You're right. Actually, this story was a novel (小說) before it was made into a film. So, before I saw this movie, (3) _____ (I/already/read/the novel/twice). Alex: Cool! I think that (4) _____ (millions of people/already/read/the novel) before the movie was made. Jim: Yeah. (5) _____ (the novel/be/a bestseller/for/three years) before they decided to make it into a film! [Ans. ] 1. it had been named “The Best Movie of the Year” 2. I had already seen this movie for three times 3. I had already read the novel twice 4. millions of people had already read the novel 5. the novel had been a bestseller for three years
確立策略—單字統整(A) 生活：生命 • • • • • • survival 殘存；生存 survivor 生還者 victim 犧牲者；罹難者 sacrifice 犧牲者 prey 被掠食者；犧牲者 fatal 致命的 deadly pigeon /seagull bark branch limb 肢；臂；腳；大樹枝；主枝 bloom / blossom bush / shrub pine weed peel segment 切片；瓣 cabbage 甘藍菜；捲心菜 carrot cucumber …
確立策略—單字線索 (定義) 1. More than two million birds migrate south to the lake each fall for food. (101) (定義)(聯 想)(推理)(英英) (A) travel (B) progress (C) drop (D) float 2. According to studies, drinking one or two glasses of wine a week during pregnancy can have an impact on the baby's brain. (102) (A) excuse (B) agreement (C) option (D) influence 3. There is a strong resemblance between the man and the boy. They must be father and son. (100) (A) liking (B) likelihood (C) likewise (D) likeness 4. She seemed to be out of her mind when we saw her. She was yelling at her little baby. (98) (A) shivering (B) calling (C) swallowing (D) shouting 5. The most frequently used service on the Internet is electronic mail (e-mail), which is fast and convenient. (97) (A) easily (B) recently (C) commonly (D) possibly 6. The number of people living in an area is the _______ of that area. (A) population (B) transportation (C) situation (D) motivation
確立策略—單字線索 (聯想) 1. Patrick has just got a next-week _____ for a comedy movie and he looks very happy right now. (101) (A) attraction (B) audition (C) applicant (D) appendix 2. A Boeing 787 made an _____ landing earlier this week because of the plane's overcharged batteries. (102) (A) emergency (B) emotion (C) emphasis (D) empire 3. She wasted so much money on luxuries that she ran into _____. (100) (A) doubt (B) date (C) debt (D) dirt 4. Not knowing what the sales representative was trying to do, the lady looked perplexed. (98) (A) prepared (B) bored (C) delighted (D) confused 5. The restaurant has superb business because it serves delicious and healthy food. (98) (A) works (B) provides (C) forwards (D) strikes 6. Overweight, we are advised to pay close attention to our daily diet. (97) (A) liked (B) related (C) suggested (D) treated
確立策略—單字線索 (例證) 1. Studies have found that alcohol can cause or worsen the common _____ of sneezing, itching, and coughing. (102) (例證、推理) (A) greetings (B) symptoms (C) terminals (D) nightmares 2. Movies, sports and reading are different forms of ____, and they help us relax. (A) achievement (B) excitement (C) entertainment (D) punishment 3. The businessman is very _____ ; he gives money to those who are in need of help. (94) (A) dependent (B) expensive (C) generous (D) rapid 4. According to research, good leaders are made, not _____; one learns to be a leader by observing other leaders. (94) (A) stood (B) born (C) lent (D) moved 5. These three wooden boxes are _____; they are of the same size, shape, and color. (94) (A) remote (B) real (C) similar (D) vague
確立策略—單字線索 (推理) 1, Studies have found that alcohol can cause or worsen the common _____ of sneezing, itching, and coughing. (102) (例證、推理) (A) greetings (B) symptoms (C) terminals (D) nightmares 2. The chairperson’s late arrival postponed the start of the committee meeting. (101) (A) hurried (B) supported (C) delayed (D) recovered 3. She wasted so much money on luxuries that she ran into _____. (100) (A) doubt (B) date (C) debt (D) dirt 4. Since water shortage in many regions is getting worse, it is predictable that the world will be facing water _____ soon. (100) (A) level (B) energy (C) crisis (D) sink 5. The coach was proud because his basketball team won the championship. (97) (A) absent (B) famous (C) pleased (D) worried 6. Mike is a machine operator. His life in the factory is so dull that he often sings to entertain himself. (96) (A) uninteresting (B) professional (C) challenging (D) charming 7. Here are the golden rules for beautiful skin: keep it clean, don’t smoke, and stay out of the sun. (96) (A) colorful (B) important (C) pleasant (D) metal
確立策略—單字線索 (對比) 1. May's mother made a quick _____ from her sickness after taking the medicine. (102) (A) recovery (B) emotion (C) religion (D) energy 2. A relief team rescued 500 villagers from mudslides caused by the typhoon, but there were still five people _____ into thin air and were never seen again. (101) (A) transformed (B) survived (C) exploded (D) vanished 2. She was fully attracted by the novel; therefore, when her mother asked her to run an errand, she put the book down reluctantly. (100) (對比)(因果) (定義)(英英) (A) genuinely (B) rapidly (C) unwillingly (D) definitely 3. Mary’s room is clean and tidy. In contrast, her brother’s room is a _____. (98) (A) mass (B) miss (C) mess (D) math 4. Mary is rather _______; in contrast, her brother is rather timid. (A) progressive (B) aggressive (C) extensive (D) intensive 5. While I like the color of the hat, I do not like its _____. (A) size (B) shape (C) slope (D) sleeve
確立策略—單字線索 (搭配) 1. May's mother made a quick _____ from her sickness after taking the medicine. (102) (A) recovery (B) emotion (C) religion (D) energy 2. A computer program will b e used to assess the quality of language education. (101) (A) compose (B) evaluate (C) remind (D) offend 3. The _____ between the government and the general people of Egypt led to an eighteen-day demonstration, which caused the President to step down. (100) (A) cabinet (B) conflict (C) captain (D) company 4. She wasted so much money on luxuries that she ran into _____. (100) (A) doubt (B) date (C) debt (D) dirt 5. A university president has a high social _____, and (s)he is highly respected by the people. (100) (A) stage (B) status (C) statue (D) station 6. If you don’t want to put on more ______, you should eat less and take more exercise. (95) (A) treasure (B) weight (C) food (D) body
確立策略—單字線索 (遣詞) 1. Cheating at the game ruined the most valuable players' _____. (102) (A) knowledge (B) dishonesty (C) prediction (D) reputation 2. Don’t park your car here because it is reserved for the handicapped. (100) (定義)(英英解釋)(physically challenged) (A) fascinated (B) twisted (C) disabled (D) endangered 3. Joseph is popular at school because of his good _____. (98) (A) performance (B) attendant (C) conductor (D) rebellion 4. Many allied airmen _____ in World War II escaped from German prison camps successfully. (97) (A) captured (B) murdered (C) realized (D) compared
確立策略—英英解釋—(1) With online dating, people learn a lot about potential partner before meeting each other. (102) (A) humorous (B) real (C) possible (D) generous The lawyer’s evidence proved to be false although it looked convincing when first presented. (101) (A) minor (B) excited (C) unlikely (D) believable
確立策略—英英解釋—(2) In conventional farming, chemicals are frequently used to kill insects and fight diseases. (100) (A) geographical (B) traditional (C) accidental (D) environmental
確立策略—英英解釋—(3) The most frequently used service on the Internet is electronic mail (e-mail), which is fast and convenient. (97) (A) easily (B) recently (C) commonly (D) possibly frequently : very often commonly : usually, often
確立策略—英英解釋—(4) Here are the golden rules for beautiful skin: keep it clean, don’t smoke, and stay out of the sun. (96) (A) colorful (B) important (C) pleasant (D) metal You should treat others in the way that you want to be treated by others. a very important principle, way of behaving etc that should be remembered
確立策略—會話測驗(初階) 日常生活應對 Jane: Thank you for stopping by. Can I get you anything? Lisa: _______ Jane: Coming right up. (102) (A) You have nothing I want from you. (B) A cup of coffee would be nice. (C) No, I don't drink in the daytime. (D) I don't know what I have in mind. Jessica: Could you call me a taxi, please? (100) Bell Captain: Yes, ma’am. _____ Jessica: The airport. Bell Captain: Sure, take a seat in the lobby. I’ll let you know when it’s here. (A) What model do you like? (B) Where are you going? (C) Let me get your car. (D) When are you going to leave? John: Would you like to go to a movie tonight? Gina : _______ John: I see. What about tomorrow? (98) (A) Sorry, I can’t. I have to study for the test tomorrow. (C) That’s interesting. Thank you. (B) I am glad to. What time? (D) Which movie do you want to see.
確立策略—會話測驗(進階)-A 特定主題應對：不知道、不了解 • • • Beats me! / Search me! I don’t have the foggiest idea about that. It’s beyond my knowledge.
確立策略—會話測驗(進階)-B 特定主題應對：改變主意 • • • He’s whistling a different tune. She shifted her ground. She’s dancing to another tune.
確立策略—會話測驗(進階)-C 特定主題應對：自以為是 • • • Don’t try to put feathers in your cap. Stop blowing your own horn / trumpet. You’re really all about yourself.
確立策略—會話測驗(進階)-D 特定主題應對：同意、贊成 l You can say that again. l You said it. l You’re telling me. (=That’s right. ) (100)
確立策略—綜合測驗--轉承字詞 【累積 】 and, then, besides, in addition, additionally, moreover, furthermore, besides, what is more 【對照/轉折 】 but, yet, nevertheless, however, in spite of the fact that, on the other hand, by contrast, while, whereas, unlike, rather than, instead of
確立策略—綜合測驗--轉承字詞 【因果】 because, because of, so … that, for, since, thus, hence, therefore, consequently, accordingly, as a result, due to, thanks to, in that , with, for this reason 【理由】 for one thing, for another
確立策略—綜合測驗--轉承字詞 【例證、解說 】 for example, for instance, take…for example, namely, that is to say, in other words, such as, of/among (these, those, them), to illustrate, to take an example, more specifically 【選擇 】 or, rather than, other than, instead of
確立策略—綜合測驗--轉承字詞 【順序 】 first, second, to begin with, in sum, to sum up, on the one hand, on the other hand 【讓步 】 although, thought, even though, even if, nevertheless, despite, in spite of 【其他 】 fortunately, luckily, incidentally, interestingly, surprisingly 【總結 】 to sum up, to conclude, in a word, in one word
確立策略— 綜合測驗—語法應用—易混淆動詞 • • • say / tell talk / speak lie / lay fall / feel / fail spend / take / cost hang
確立策略— 綜合測驗—語法應用—動狀詞 【動狀詞】 不定詞、動名詞、分詞 【接續動名詞之動詞分類】 appreciate, remember, forget, regret/avoid, delay, postpone, deny, imagine, consider, resist, escape, mind, stand, endure, tolerate, enjoy, miss, risk, cannot help, escape, keep, look forward to, have trouble/difficulty
確立策略— 綜合測驗—語法應用—連接詞 【連接詞】 • as soon as no sooner than, hardly when (/before), scarcely when (/before), the moment, the instant, the minute • if in case, on condition that, provided that, as long as, since, now that, seeing that • Rich as he is … = Though he is rich, … • so… that such … that • either … or … neither… nor…, not only …, but also … • what with … and what with …
確立策略— 綜合測驗—遣詞用字(1) He is annoyed when he has no 36 to the computer. As soon as he turns it on, he feels 37 again. Computer addiction is a social and physical problem. . For example, 40 an alarm clock before using a computer. Turn the computer off when the clock rings. Take action now, or the computer will take a full control of you. (101)
確立策略— 綜合測驗—遣詞用字(2) Strolling through the streets in Taiwan, people often see a convenience store within a short walking distance. Taiwan is 26 first in the world for having the greatest number of convenience stores, which reflects Taiwanese’s craze 27 immediacy and convenience. The shelves in the stores are fully stocked for consumers to pick up 28 day or night. City life is seen carrying on at the convenience store when day ends and night starts, making the store a standardized image of the city that never 29. Nowadays, the term 7 -Eleven, the name of a convenience store, 30 as a metaphor for the non-stop working pattern. Convenience stores are not only a source of wonder to foreign visitors but also one of the things that Taiwanese who go abroad miss most about hometown. (100)
確立策略— 綜合測驗—遣詞用字(3) In Taiwan, setting off sky lanterns is now considered a custom at Lantern Festival. The custom came from the Han people 31 wanted to send a peaceful message to their families and friends. 32 the first Han people came to Taiwan, they didn’t get along with the aborigines. They had many 33 over the land. The aborigines accused the Han people 34 stealing their land. So, they fought with each other and some people died. Later some Han people began to learn to live with the aborigines. They even moved up to the mountains and 35 a village there. Every year when those Han people living in the mountains wanted to send messages to their families and friends living on the plains, they set off sky lanterns. (97)
確立策略— 閱讀測驗(2. 2)—題型辨別—(A)主旨釐清-1 What is the passage mainly about? (102) (A) How to treat snakebites. (B) A general introduction to snakes. (C) The eating habits of snakes. (D) Where to find snakes. What is the main idea of the passage? (102) (A) The demand for coal. (B) The greenhouse effect. (C) The use of wind energy. (D) The climate change.
確立策略— 閱讀測驗(2. 2)—題型辨別—(A)主旨釐清-2 What is the passage mainly about? (101) (A) How to buy and sell literary works through Gutenberg. (B) The selection and the goal of Project Gutenberg Etexts. (C) Project Gutenberg publishes copyrighted literary works. (D) Project Gutenberg promotes intellectual property rights. What is the main idea of this passage? (100) (A) Ways of memorizing things (B) Learning experiences in science classes (C) The importance of short term memory (D) The importance of memorizing names What is the passage mainly about? (97) (A) Opportunities and benefits for student volunteers. (B) Services offered by RSVP for elders. (C) The nature and advantages of joining RSVP. (D) The recognition of special senior volunteers.
確立策略— 閱讀測驗(2. 2)—題型辨別—(B)文字理解 What does the word it in line 11 refer to? (101) (A) Shakespeare. (B) Moby Dick. (C) Paradise Lost. (D) Alice in Wonderland. Which of the following is the closest in meaning to the word “pointy” in the second paragraph? (98) (A) sharp (B) round (C) flat (D) long In line 12, the word “transformed“ is closest in meaning to _____. (96) (A) carefully introduced (B) completely changed (C) immediately thrown (D) repeatedly searched
確立策略— 閱讀測驗(2. 2)—題型辨別—(C)文意分析 About Project Gutenberg, which of the following is mentioned in the passage? (101) (A) The Etexts should cost so little that no one will care how much they are. (B) The Etexts should be so easily used that one can read and search them. (C) Michael Hart was trying to take over the entire publishing industry. (D) Project Gutenberg aims to encourage people to read Etexts from computers. Which of the following is considered Heavy Literature? (101) (A) Through the Looking-Glass. (B) A Christmas Carol. (C) Heart of Darkness. (D) Peter Pan. Why could the computer help the police find the murderer so fast? (97) (A) Because it could read the labels on products. (B) Because it helped the police find the person to whom the fingerprint belonged. (C) Because it had a lot of games. (D) Because it could calculate very quickly the number of fingerprints stored in the …
確立策略— 閱讀測驗(2. 2)—題型辨別—(D)前後推理 In which of the following categories can encyclopedias be found? (101) (A) References. (B) Heavy Literature. (C) Journals. (D) Light Literature. Which of the following can be inferred from the passage? (98) (A) Human incisors look much like bicuspids. (B) Some people do not need the teeth that are the farthest back in the mouth. (C) Today people are born without the teeth that are the furthest back in the mouth. (D) Ancient people have less than thirty teeth.
確立策略— 閱讀測驗(2. 2)—題型辨別—(E)資訊判斷-1 According to the passage, why does coal's future rely on China and India? (102) (A) The two countries have not found relatively clean energy sources yet. (B) The two countries depend heavily upon coal to generate power. (C) Coal industry attract a lot of attention in the two countries. (D) Coal is bright and readily available in the two countries. According to the passage, which of the following statements is true? (101) (A) Snugburys is a famous ice cream manufacturer in the U. S. A. (B) A charity unit for the kids has offered to promote the straw shows. (C) “Ex-straw-dinary” is used here to express praise and admiration. (D) An average adult male polar bear stands 38 feet tall and weighs in at 9 tons.
確立策略— 閱讀測驗(2. 2)—題型辨別—(E)資訊判斷-2 According to the passage, which of the following statements is NOT true? (A) People memorize things by repeating them in their minds. (B) Memorizing things is to build on small pieces in order to learn longer things. (C) The information in short term memory has to be moved to long term memory. (D) People’s capacity for memorizing things is usually unlimited. (100) According to the passage, self-concept is defined as _____. (98) (A) how the individual looks upon himself (B) the way the individual sees other people (C) the way the individual is respected by others (D) how the individual is looked upon by others
確立策略— 閱讀測驗(2. 2)—題型辨別—(F)段落總結 What is the best title for this passage? (100) (A) Taking a Family Picture (B) Making a Family Album (C) Planning a Family Trip (D) Making a Family Dinner
閱讀教學策略—相關文選統整-1 Talking about the Winter Olympics (原文) (Live. ABC: Feb 2014/ page 20) Melody is meeting her Canadian friend Brandon in a coffee shop. M: Hey, Brandon! It sure is chilly today. B: I like it. It reminds me of winter back in Canada. M: Minus† the snow, right? B: Right. I don’t miss the snow, but I do miss the winter sports. Did you know the Winter Olympics are being held in Sochi, Russia, right now? M: Really? I haven’t heard much about it. B: Well, I guess it’s understandable that the Winter Games aren’t very popular in Taiwan. I really enjoy watching them, though. M: Why? What’s so special about them? B: They’re exciting! Take ice hockey for example. It’s fast, aggressive, and exciting. M: It sounds too violent for me. B: You’d probably like figure skating, then. It’s an elegant winter sport. M: What about skiing? That looks like fun. B: It is, and the Olympics have everything from Alpine to freestyle to cross-country skiing. There’s even ski jumping. M: Oh, I’ve seen that. They seem to fly through the air. B: Speaking of flying, snowboarding is a popular new sport in the Winter Olympics. The snowboarders really catch major air! M: You know, maybe I should check out the Winter Olympics. B: I’ll tell you what: Let’s watch them together on TV at my place. M: Great. I’ll bring over some food.
閱讀教學策略—相關文選統整-2 Talking about the Winter Olympics (CLOZE TEST 原文填空題型呈現) Melody is meeting her Canadian friend Brandon in a coffee shop. M=Melody B=Brandon M: Hey, Brandon! It sure is chilly today. B: I like it. It reminds me 1. _____ winter back in Canada. M: Minus the snow, right? B: Right. I don’t miss the snow, but I do miss the winter sports. Did you know the Winter Olympics are being 2. ______ in Sochi, Russia, right now? M: Really? I haven’t heard much about it. B: Well, I guess it’s understandable that the Winter Games aren’t very popular in Taiwan. I really enjoy watching them, though. M: Why? What’s so special about them? B: They’re exciting! Take ice hockey 3. _______ example. It’s fast, 4. ________, and exciting. M: It sounds too 5. _______ for me. B: You’d probably like figure skating, then. It’s an 6. _______ winter sport. M: What about skiing? That looks like fun. B: It is, and the Olympics have everything from Alpine to freestyle to cross-country skiing. There’s even ski jumping. M: Oh, I’ve seen that. They seem to fly through the air. B: Speaking 7. _____ flying, snowboarding is a popular new sport in the Winter Olympics. The snowboarders really catch major air! M: You know, maybe I should check out the Winter Olympics. B: I’ll tell you what: Let’s watch them together on TV at my place. M: Great. I’ll bring over some food.
閱讀教學策略—相關文選統整-3 Melody is talking with her Canadian friend Brandon. She comments on the __(1)__ weather. Brandon says that he likes it because it __(2)__ him of winter back in Canada. He asks Melody if she knows that the Winter Olympics is currently __(3)__ in Russia. Melody hasn’t really heard much about it. Brandon tells Melody that winter sports are fun to watch. __(4)__, ice hockey is fast, aggressive, and exciting. Melody says ice hockey sounds violent. Brandon thinks she will probably like figure skating. It’s a(n) __(5)__ winter sport. They decide to watch the Winter Olympics together. B 1 (A) boiled (B) chilly (C) heated (D) cozy A 2 (A) reminds (B) informs (C) dreams (D) guides A 3 (A) being held (B) taken place (C) occurring (D) happened D 4 (A) However (B) Instead (C) After all (D) For instance D 5 (A) stressful (B) nervous (C) crispy (D) elegant
閱讀教學策略—關鍵字詞釐清-1 • (A) Many people don’t eat enough fruit and vegetables to meet their bodies’ daily requirements. An adult requires five to ten servings of fruit and vegetable each day. However, most of us are much busier than ever, so it is much more difficult for us to get enough nutrition. This is dangerous, for our health can suffer if we don’t eat properly.
閱讀教學策略—關鍵字詞釐清-2 • (B) One way to help humans keep a balanced diet is to take a multi-vitamin pill every day. Each one of these little pills contains the vitamins and minerals that our bodies depend on. Since the needs of our bodies change over time as we grow, there are different kinds of multi-vitamins for children, adults, and older people. Thus, taking multi-vitamin pills regularly is always considered an easy way to improve our health and to have more energy.
閱讀教學策略—關鍵字詞釐清-3 • (C) Needless to say, the best ways to stay healthy are to exercise regularly and to get into the habit of eating more fruits and vegetables. Exercising regularly make us tired, but our bodies will surely appreciate it!
閱讀教學策略—關鍵字詞釐清-4 • (D) If you can’t eat enough fruit and vegetables every day, take a multi-vitamin pill. Besides, it is always good for us to take exercise. These can help you stay on the right track.
閱讀教學策略—圖像概念輔助-1 To find out how fast food would affect a person’s health, Spurlock ate three meals a day at Mc. Donald’s for 30 days.
閱讀教學策略—圖像概念輔助-2 After eating hamburgers, fries, and drinking milkshake for a month, he had gained around 11 kilograms and began to suffer from liver damage and …
閱讀教學策略—宏觀方向指引-1 • • British school meals were getting worse and worse. By 2005, most schools were giving their kids cheap junk food lunches, such as high fat burgers and French fries. However, these poor quality meals made one man very angry. His name was Jamie Oliver, a young chef who made popular TV cooking shows. One day, he had an idea. He decided to make some special programs. His TV company invited a high school in London to do an experiment. They would give the school some extra money for food, if Oliver could teach the school cooks how to prepare healthy meals. First, Oliver had to spend a lot of time and effort to teach them, so the school cooks could make tasty and low fat meals. They used a variety of healthy foods such as fruit and vegetables. Training the cooks wasn’t Oliver’s only problem. Some kids liked the new meals, but others wouldn’t change their bad eating habits. They still wanted burgers and fries every day. However, finally, Oliver succeeded. Nearly all of the school kids enjoyed the new meals. The British people became so interested in the story that soon over five million people were watching the program. Oliver then asked the government to give more money to schools to make their meals better. He was surprised when the Prime Minister, Tony Blair, agreed. So now, thanks to Jamie Oliver, more and more schools in Britain are changing the menus for their children.
閱讀教學策略—宏觀方向指引-2 • Fast food is cheap and easily available. This makes it attractive to both children and adults. • However, new studies suggest that fast food is harmful and is addictive (something that causes people to become dependent) as wine, drugs, and smoking. • These studies show that fast food is high in fat and sugar, and this could be as addictive as drugs. One study has found that when mice were given a high sugar diet and then was stopped for some time, they acted in the same way as people who use drugs. Another experiment found that when mice ate a fast food diet, their brains change as people who use drugs do. Further, they also found that the mice started eating much more than they usually did before the experiment. This suggests that humans may also experience such changes if they eat too much fast food. And this would lead to health problems. Thus, it is important that governments tell people about these health problems and ask them to have healthy diets. Also, we should be more careful about the food we eat because only “we” can really decide what to eat and keep us healthy. •
閱讀教學策略—宏觀方向指引-3 l Experiment: Bad school meals Improved school meals l Studies: (1) Inappropriate proportion of fat and sugar in food (2) Fast food addictiveness