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高中英语牛津版高三上学期CHAPTER ONE

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[00:-2.00]HELPING1 PEOPLE
[00:-3.00]STUDENTS GO HUNGRY FOR CHARITY
[00:-4.00]Students at New Point School enjoyed their breakfast more than usual yesterday
[00:-5.00]for it broke a 24-hour sponsored fast.
[00:-6.00]The students had all volunteered to go without food for one day
[00:-7.00]to raise funds for World Vision projects
[00:-8.00]to help the poor in underdeveloped countries.
[00:-9.00]Mr James Wood,their English teacher,
[00:10.00]said that the students had suggested the idea themselves,
[00:11.00]after seeing shocking pictures of famine in Africa.
[00:12.00]They arranged the whole thing.'he said.'I'm very proud of them.'
[00:13.00]Jane Austin,a senior High Grade 3 student,said,
[00:14.00]'It seemed wrong for us to have lots of food,
[00:15.00]while those innocent people were starving.
[00:16.00]'Donations of more than $24,000 have been collected.
[00:17.00]They came from the students' money for meals and money donated by sponsors
[00:18.00]The students were delighted with the total amount.
[00:19.00]'We were surprised that people were so generous.
[00:20.00]'said Alan Long,a Senior High Grade 1 student.
[00:21.00]FAIR HELPS FLOOD VICTIMS
[00:22.00]Colourful signs,loud music
[00:23.00]and exciting games attracted hundreds of visitors to a charity fun fair
[00:24.00]at Rainbow School on Sunday.
[00:25.00]There were over 30 stalls at the fair,
[00:26.00]which was held in aid of flood victims in Bangladesh.
[00:27.00]Mr Anita Li,the organizer of the fair,said,
[00:28.00]'We were worried because there are so many charity appeals these days.
[00:29.00]It seemed possible that very few people would come.
[00:30.00]'At first it was difficult for me to think of new ideas for the stalls.
[00:31.00]But then I asked my students.They were able to make lots of suggestions.
[00:32.00]I was amazed at all their brilliant ideas.'
[00:33.00]All her worries were forgotten as the fair was crowded with excited people
[00:34.00]enjoying themselves in the warm autumn sunshine.
[00:35.00]The portrait sketching2 stall,karaoke stall,games and food stalls were busy all day
[00:36.00]Ms Li,a science teacher,calculated that the event had raised over $65,000.
[00:37.00]WALKATHON SUCCESS
[00:38.00]Over 200 students,teachers,parents and alumni of Hillside School
[00:39.00]took part in a 10 km walkathon to raise money recently.
[00:40.00]Andy Lever was the first home in just over an hour.
[00:41.00]He actually walked the whole distance.'
[00:42.00]The purpose of the walk is to raise funds for many school projects,'
[00:43.00]We want to purchase more books for the library,equipment for the science labs
[00:44.00]and to finance more school trips.'
[00:45.00]Mike Temple,a Senior High Grade I student,raised $11,900.
[00:46.00]'My mother agreed to sponsor me,'he said,'and she asked her friends.
[00:47.00]Many of them were willing to sponsor me,too.'
[00:48.00]The proceeds of the day came to over $150,000.'I was astonished at the total
[00:49.00]'said Stanley Lewis,who organized it.
[00:50.00]'We would have been satisfied with half of that amount.'
[00:51.00]LISTENING SKILLS
[00:52.00]pages 6 and 7
[00:53.00]Working with numbers
[00:54.00]In this exercise,you will hear a question,
[00:55.00]followed by a statement or short conversation.
[00:56.00]Look at the information provided and the four possible answers.
[00:57.00]Choose the best answer.
[00:58.00]question 1
[00:59.00]A:Which stall have these people being working on?
[-1:00.00]B:Well,we didn't do too badly.
[-1:-1.00]A:No,but I'm a bit disappointed,I thought we'd make more than $500.
[-1:-2.00]The ice-cream stall and the hamburgers made lots more than we did.
[-1:-3.00]B:Never mind,we made more than the Portrait-sketching stall.
[-1:-4.00]And we provide some amusement for a lot of people.
[-1:-5.00]Question 2
[-1:-6.00]Which pad of paper does the woman decide to buy?
[-1:-7.00]A:Hello!Can I interest you in buying any recycled paper?
[-1:-8.00] All the profits go to charity?
[-1:-9.00]B:Well,yes.I do need some.Let me see. [-1:10.00] I think I'll have one of these A4 pads with 80 sheets.
[-1:11.00]A:With or without lines?
[-1:12.00]B:With lines,please. That's $16,isn't it?
[-1:13.00]A:Yes,but why don't you get this one instead?
[-1:14.00]It's got twice as many sheets,but it's only a few dollars more,very good value
[-1:15.00]B:You are right.OK, I'll have that one.
[-1:16.00]Question 3
[-1:17.00]Which feature of these charities expenditure3 does the woman criticize?
[-1:18.00]A:Look!This shows how the Green Charity spent its money last year.
[-1:19.00]B:It only spent 4% on Administration.
[-1:20.00] That's very good in comparison with many other Charities.
[-1:21.00]The magazine is good value for money,too.
[-1:22.00]56% on conservation not too bad,14% on recruiting new members[-1:23.00]I doubt whether that is worth while fundraising,19%.
[-1:24.00]That looks high,but I know that it is cost effective.
[-1:25.00]Because the events attract a lot more than that in donations
[-1:26.00]Question 4
[-1:27.00]How much money does the man win?
[-1:28.00]A:Come on,Sir.Have a dough,just $5.
[-1:29.00]B:All right.Here you are.
[-1:30.00]A:Thank you Sir,here are you darts4.
[-1:31.00]B:Right,here we go. There,what's that?
[-1:32.00]C:A five.
[-1:33.00]B:Now the second dart5.
[-1:34.00]C::Triple 20.
[-1:35.00]B:That's 60.So I've got 65 so far.
[-1:36.00]C:Right,here goes the last dart.Oh,no just one.That's 66 all together.
[-1:37.00]B:Well done,sir.Here is your prize.
[-1:38.00]Question 5
[-1:39.00]Which charity are the speakers talking about?
[-1:40.00]A:Well,this Charity has certainly benefited
[-1:41.00]from all the fundraising you've been doing at school.
[-1:42.00]$5,000 is a very generous donation.
[-1:43.00]B:Yes,it's one of our favourite charities.
[-1:44.00] We let the students suggest which charity they want to support.
[-1:45.00]A:But why are you giving them $3,000 more than last year?It's a big increase
[-1:46.00]B:Well,it's located close our school
[-1:47.00]so students can actually see the people they're helping
[-1:48.00]That's why students like to support it.
[-1:49.00]Question 6
[-1:50.00]At what time can you see the second demonstration6 by the police dogs?
[-1:51.00]Ladies and gentlemen:welcome to our Annual Charity Fair.
[-1:52.00]We are delighted to see so many people here today,despite the cloudy weather
[-1:53.00]Now I'm afraid  we had to make one or two changes to the program
[-1:54.00]because of the weather
[-1:55.00]The Opening Ceremony will take place in a couple minutes,at 1:15.
[-1:56.00]And School Band will give a short,first performance after that.
[-1:57.00]The Self defence Display will start at 1:40.
[-1:58.00]Then we had to cancel the Radio controlled Model Aeroplanes.
[-1:59.00]Because they can't fly in this sort of weather.
[-2:00.00]And so,the Police Dogs will come on again in their place,
[-2:-1.00]half an hour earlier than advertised.
[-2:-2.00]Then at 4:30,we've a new item a karaoke competition.
[-2:-3.00]Speaking
[-2:-4.00]pages 13 and 14
[-2:-5.00]A Pronouncing final consonant7 clusters
[-2:-6.00]When you are reading aloud,pronounce the sounds at the ends of words clearly
[-2:-7.00]Exercise A1
[-2:-8.00]After t or d,ed is pronounced /id/.
[-2:-9.00]After other letters,it is pronounced /t/ or /d/,
[-2:10.00]but the letter e is not pronounced.
[-2:11.00]/id/ wanted          visited
[-2:12.00]lifted               ended
[-2:13.00]recorded             flooded
[-2:14.00]/t/ liked            helped
[-2:15.00]laughed              crossed
[-2:16.00]washed               jumped
[-2:17.00]switched
[-2:18.00]/d/ rubbed           lived
[-2:19.00]raised               judged [-2:20.00]rowed                starved
[-2:21.00]Exercise A2
[-2:22.00]tank                 blank
[-2:23.00]thank
[-2:24.00]/f/ fifth            twelfth
[-2:25.00]/ks/ sixth
[-2:26.00]/kts/ acts           facts
[-2:27.00]/kst/ next           text
[-2:28.00]taxed                boxed
[-2:29.00]faxed
[-2:30.00]/sts/ tests          lists
[-2:31.00]vests                nests
[-2:32.00]mists                costs
[-2:33.00]    coasts
[-2:34.00]/sks/ asks           desks
[-2:35.00]/mps/ lamps          limps
[-2:36.00]    glimpse
[-2:37.00]Exercise 3
[-2:38.00]1 He crossed the flooded stream and visited his sixth son.
[-2:39.00]2 She faxed the tests and lists to the next centre.
[-2:40.00]3 The thick mists covered the boats and coasts[-2:41.00]4 The actress rested between acts and then jumped up and attacked the text
[-2:42.00]MORE LANGUAGE INPUT(1)
[-2:43.00]pages 17 and 18
[-2:44.00]A Reading
[-2:45.00]Help Can't Wait When most people travel,they pick up all sorts of things
[-2:46.00]souvenirs,T-shirts,postcards,etc.
[-2:47.00]However,Harry Loomer is different.When he travels,he leaves something behind
[-2:48.00]Something of lasting8 value his blood.
[-2:49.00]Harry's donation began at a college blood drive some four decades ago.
[-2:50.00]Since then,he has donated his blood regularly.
[-2:51.00]Not once or twice a year,but every 56 days as often as the law allows.
[-2:52.00]Even though he is now retired9 and travels extensively with his wife Barbara
[-2:53.00]For people who need blood,Harry is not a movie legend.He is a real hero.
[-2:54.00]Since up to four people can benefit from a single pint10 of blood,
[-2:55.00]Harry Loomer,with a generous donation of 60 gallons (480 pints) of blood,
[-2:56.00]has played a big role in helping save hundreds of lives.
[-2:57.00]Connie Sessoms,Jr operates a trucking business in North Carolina,USA.
[-2:58.00]As a young student,he recognized that donating blood required very little work
[-2:59.00]and virtually no pain while helping to save a life.
[-3:00.00]'People need to know how critical it is to have blood on hand,'
[-3:-1.00]Connie advocates'There is absolutely no substitute for it!'
[-3:-2.00]Connie is participating in a new Red Cross programme
[-3:-3.00]designed to pair closely matched donors
[-3:-4.00]with people who need blood regularly due to an ongoing12 illness.
[-3:-5.00]He is now paired with a young African American child
[-3:-6.00]who needs a pint of blood every two weeks because
[-3:-7.00]the child is suffering from a disease called'sickle-cell anaemia'.
[-3:-8.00]To ensure an adequate supply for this young patient,
[-3:-9.00]Connie and another closely matched donor11 donate their blood every 56 days
[-3:10.00]'It's not always convenient,'Connie admits,
[-3:11.00]'but it's more than worth it to know that I'm helping this precious child
[-3:12.00]I'm sure if other people know how critical their blood donations are,
[-3:13.00]they would be willing to sacrifice,too.'
[-3:14.00]B Listening
[-3:15.00]The amount of ICRC expenditure in 1999 was 149.3 million Swiss francs
[-3:16.00]for activities at their headquarters and 713.1 million
[-3:17.00]for activities in the field.
[-3:18.00]The ICRC received more than 337,000 Red Cross messages and sent over 304,000
[-3:19.00]thus enabling members of separated families to be reunited or to exchange news
[-3:20.00]The ICRC distributed over 140,000 tons of food,clothing,blankets tents,ect [-3:21.00]worth US$105,000,000 in 50 countries,including US$23,000,000 of medical assistance
[-3:22.00]The ICRC was the major supplier of medicines and other medical supplies
[-3:23.00]and equipment to 14 hospitals in Asia and Africa.
[-3:24.00]During the year these hospitals admitted 41,600 native patients
[-3:25.00]performed 50,000 operations and treated 155,000 outpatients.

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1 helping 2rGzDc     
n.食物的一份&adj.帮助人的,辅助的
参考例句:
  • The poor children regularly pony up for a second helping of my hamburger. 那些可怜的孩子们总是要求我把我的汉堡包再给他们一份。
  • By doing this, they may at times be helping to restore competition. 这样一来, 他在某些时候,有助于竞争的加强。
2 sketching 2df579f3d044331e74dce85d6a365dd7     
n.草图
参考例句:
  • They are sketching out proposals for a new road. 他们正在草拟修建新路的计划。 来自《简明英汉词典》
  • "Imagination is busy sketching rose-tinted pictures of joy. “飞舞驰骋的想象描绘出一幅幅玫瑰色欢乐的场景。 来自英汉文学 - 汤姆历险
3 expenditure XPbzM     
n.(时间、劳力、金钱等)支出;使用,消耗
参考例句:
  • The entry of all expenditure is necessary.有必要把一切开支入账。
  • The monthly expenditure of our family is four hundred dollars altogether.我们一家的开销每月共计四百元。
4 darts b1f965d0713bbf1014ed9091c7778b12     
n.掷飞镖游戏;飞镖( dart的名词复数 );急驰,飞奔v.投掷,投射( dart的第三人称单数 );向前冲,飞奔
参考例句:
  • His darts trophy takes pride of place on the mantelpiece. 他将掷镖奖杯放在壁炉顶上最显著的地方。 来自《简明英汉词典》
  • I never saw so many darts in a bodice! 我从没见过紧身胸衣上纳了这么多的缝褶! 来自《简明英汉词典》
5 dart oydxK     
v.猛冲,投掷;n.飞镖,猛冲
参考例句:
  • The child made a sudden dart across the road.那小孩突然冲过马路。
  • Markov died after being struck by a poison dart.马尔科夫身中毒镖而亡。
6 demonstration 9waxo     
n.表明,示范,论证,示威
参考例句:
  • His new book is a demonstration of his patriotism.他写的新书是他的爱国精神的证明。
  • He gave a demonstration of the new technique then and there.他当场表演了这种新的操作方法。
7 consonant mYEyY     
n.辅音;adj.[音]符合的
参考例句:
  • The quality of this suit isn't quite consonant with its price.这套衣服的质量和价钱不相称。
  • These are common consonant clusters at the beginning of words.这些单词的开头有相同辅音组合。
8 lasting IpCz02     
adj.永久的,永恒的;vbl.持续,维持
参考例句:
  • The lasting war debased the value of the dollar.持久的战争使美元贬值。
  • We hope for a lasting settlement of all these troubles.我们希望这些纠纷能获得永久的解决。
9 retired Njhzyv     
adj.隐退的,退休的,退役的
参考例句:
  • The old man retired to the country for rest.这位老人下乡休息去了。
  • Many retired people take up gardening as a hobby.许多退休的人都以从事园艺为嗜好。
10 pint 1NNxL     
n.品脱
参考例句:
  • I'll have a pint of beer and a packet of crisps, please.我要一品脱啤酒和一袋炸马铃薯片。
  • In the old days you could get a pint of beer for a shilling.从前,花一先令就可以买到一品脱啤酒。
11 donor dstxI     
n.捐献者;赠送人;(组织、器官等的)供体
参考例句:
  • In these cases,the recipient usually takes care of the donor afterwards.在这类情况下,接受捐献者以后通常会照顾捐赠者。
  • The Doctor transplanted the donor's heart to Mike's chest cavity.医生将捐赠者的心脏移植进麦克的胸腔。
12 ongoing 6RvzT     
adj.进行中的,前进的
参考例句:
  • The problem is ongoing.这个问题尚未解决。
  • The issues raised in the report relate directly to Age Concern's ongoing work in this area.报告中提出的问题与“关心老人”组织在这方面正在做的工作有直接的关系。
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