场次 2011094 2008
5.drinks are extra
8.还可以帮助制作 name cards
场次 20151107A 20100821
题型地图 5 填空 5
visitor centreSection Three
题型单选 6 配对 4
1.Why it is important to complete the report.
A.Go into personal profile
B.Help lesson option for next semester
C.Help next presentation
2.What is the tutor's suggestions for the first draft of the report?
A.revise some part
C.Some statistics are confusing
3.How did they choose course sites?
A.choose one which is easy to access to
B.Selected carefully in a map
C.Pick them at random
4.What's the personal aim of this field trip?
A.just to apply field techniques learned
B.Measuring a tree density
C.Find out the ingredient of the soil
5.Why do you want to include others data?
A.make report more valid
6.Which measures do you find easy to take?
A.use elevator to observe the height of the land
B.Measure the height of the vegetable
A.more training before the trip
C.Repeat it in the near future
D.Offer a wider range
E.Organize in a better way
F.Give more details
8.Data collecting sheet—E
Group work with strangers—C
场次 20150410 2011089 20110915
题型填空 10内容概述有关 bionomics 仿生学的，人从自然和昆虫(蜘蛛)中获取技能。
1.Arctic(Eskimo)people copy the hunting skill spider.
2.silk which is stronger than steel.
3.finer than human hair application
4.environmentally friendly equipment for fishing
7.Problem:noise of a train Owl:artificial skill
8.skatingboards used by Olympic
9.vibration on plane and end of a tunnel
10.reduce the loss of energy
重复年份 20150711 20120712 20100211 20071020 20070303
题型小标题 6+段落细节配对 5+选择 3
Gestures have been studied throughout the centuries from different perspectives During the
Roman Empire,Quintilian studied in his Institution Oratoria how gesture may be used in rhetorical
discourse.Another broad study of gesture was published by Englishman John Bulwer in
1644.Bulwer analyzed dozens of gestures and provided a guide on how to use gestures to increase
eloquence and clarity for public speaking.]Andrea De Jorio published an extensive account of
gestural expression in 1832.A peer reviewed journal Gesturehas been published since 2001 and
was founded by Adam Kendon and Cornelia Müller.The International Society for Gesture
Studies(ISGS)was founded in 2002.
Gesture has frequently been taken up by researchers in the field of dance studies and performance
studies in ways that emphasize the ways they are culturally and contextually
inflected.Performance scholar,Carrie Noland,describes gestures as"learned techniques of the
body"and stresses the way gestures are embodied corporeal forms of cultural communication.But
rather than just residing within one cultural context,she describes how gesture migrate across
bodies and locations to create new cultural meanings and associations.She also posits how they
might function as a form of"resistance to homogenization"because they are so dependent on the
specificities of the bodies that perform them.
Gesture has also been taken up within queer theory,ethnic studies and their intersections in
performance studies,as a way to think about how the moving body gains social
meaning.JoséEsteban Muñoz uses the idea of gesture to mark a kind of refusal of finitude and
certainty and links gesture to his ideas of ephemera.Muñoz specifically draws on theAfrican-American dancer and drag queen performerKevin Aviance to articulate his interest not in
what queer gestures might mean,but what they might perform.Juana María Rodríguez borrows
ideas of phenomenology and draws on Noland and Muñoz to investigate how gesture functions in
queer sexual practices as a way to rewrite gender and negotiate power relations.She also connects
gesture to Giorgio Agamben's idea of"means without ends"to think about political projects of
social justice that are incomplete,partial,and legibile within culturally and socially defined spheres
Within the field of linguistics,the most hotly contested aspect of gesture revolves
around the subcategory of Lexical or Iconic Co-Speech Gestures.Adam Kendon was the first
linguist to hypothesize on their purpose when he argued that Lexical gestures do work to amplify
or modulate the lexico-semantic content of the verbal speech with which they
co-occur.However,since the late 1990s,most research has revolved around the contrasting
hypothesis that Lexical gestures serve a primarily cognitive purpose in aiding the process of
speech production As of 2012,there is research to suggest that Lexical Gesture does indeed serve a
primarily communicative purpose and cognitive only secondary,but in the realm of
socio-pragmatic communication,rather than lexico-semantic modification.
文章题目 Dust and American
重复年份 20150801 20130718 20080214
题型判断 7+填空 6
1.The dust had shot up dramatically since the second half of 19 century True
2.The Aztec civilization disappeared due to the dust in the atmospheres false
3.Before people bringing castles southwest has a lot of basins in great plain false
4.Basins'number decrease since European settlers found them are easy to be hunt not given
5.Railway building used more money than expected not given
6.&&&hand railway company work hard to protect the land they own false
7.Until today the land belongs to company still infertile.True
8 cattle herbs
Today BF research where the dust comes from?China?
Analysis components and
9 size From southwest
BN soil cannot be destroyed by high
10 wind Soil can be destroyed by cattle hooks
11 lake sediments Discover.
12 nutrients Dust cannot be blamed for gradual disappearance of.Snow and 13 glaciers文章题目 Australia Parrots
重复年份 20150919 20140802 20120209 20090627 20080821
题型段落细节配对 6+选择 3+填空 4
文章大意本文主要讲了澳洲鹦鹉 Australia Parrots 在澳洲数量繁多的原因和各种特点习性的
14.one example of one parrot species survive from the change of environment.D
20.parrot 都分布在哪些地区?C.in the continent which split up.
21.关于 parrot beaks 哪一项是对的?D
23.one-sixth in Australia
24.as easy as 16th century
1.In many countries,the cost of living is on the rise.What effects do higher prices have on
individuals and society?How to deal with higher costs?
2.Some people think that cultural traditions may be destroyed when they are used as
money-making attractions aimed at tourists.Others believe that it is the only way to save these
traditions.Discuss both views and give your opinion.
3.In some countries,small-town-centre shops are going out of business because people tend to
drive large out-of-town stores.As a result,people without cars have limited access to out of-town
stores,and it may result in an increase in the use of cars.Do you think the advantages of this
outweigh the disadvantages?
4.Traffic and housing problems in major cities could be solved by moving large companies and
factories and their employees to the country side.To what extent do you agree or disagree?
5.Many young people change their jobs or careers every few years.What are the reasons for
this?Do the advantages of this outweigh the disadvantages?
6.Some people think a lot of scientific research done today is a waste of time and money.To what
extent do you agree or disagree?
7.Some people think the technology makes life complex,so we should make our life simpler
without using the technology.To what extent do you agree or disagree?
8.In the past,people live in the same place for the whole life.However,it is common that
people,now change their living places several times during their life.What are the reasons and is it
a positive or negative development?
9.Detailed description of crimes on newspaper and TV can have bad consequences on society,so
this kind of information should be restricted on media.To what extent do you agree or disagree?
10.Government funding should only be provided for the best students as scholarship.Other
funding of universities should come from student fees and private organization.To what extent do
you agree or disagree?11.In many cities,planners build shops,schools,offices and homes in specific areas which may be
separated from each other.Do you think the advantages outweigh the disadvantages?
12.Some people think a rise in standard of living in a country only seems to benefit cities rather
than rural areas.What problems may those differences cause?How to reduce this problem?
13.Some people think charity organisations should help people in great need wherever they
live.However,others think they should help people in their own country.Discuss both opinions and
give your own opinion.
14.It is a good thing for those in the senior management position to have higher salaries than other
workers in the same company or organization.To what extent do you agree or disagree?
1.Work or study
3.The area you live in
8.Tea and coffee
1.Describe a film you would like to share with your friends
2.Describe a famous person in foreign country
3.Describe an advice you received on your subjects or work
4.Describe a popular product(e.g.food,handicraft…)made in your region
5.Describe your favorite piece of clothing
6.Describe a situation when you celebrated your achievement
7.Describe an impressive advertisement
8.Describe a time when you solved a problem through the internet
9.Describe a place you remember well that is full of colors
10.Describe a toy you got in your childhood
11.Describe an interesting conversation
12.Describe a gift you take a long time to prepare
13.Describe a special day that made you happy
14.Describe your favorite singer or band
15.Describe a person who is good at his or her job
16.Describe a time when you invite someone to have dinner at home or a restaurant
17.Describe a time that you got up extremely early
18.Describe a leisure activity you do with your family
19.Describe a time you were sleepy but had to stay awake
20.Describe a person who speaks a foreign language well
21.Describe a historical building you have been to
22.Describe a person who often travels by plane
23.Describe a person who has interesting ideas or opinions
24.Describe a place you plan to travel to that is far away from your home
25.Describe an experience that you got bored when you were with others
26.Describe a time when you first met someone
27.Describe a beautiful garden that you like
28.Describe a person who encouraged and helped you to achieve a goal
29.Describe a place where you read and write(not your home)
30.Describe a water sports you would like to try in the future