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1 落实细节、规范备考 --- 谈一模后的复习备考 广州市教育局教学研究室镇祝桂

2 命题指导思想及考查内容 分布 命题指导思想及考查内容 分布 数据分析及试题分析 数据分析及试题分析 命题形势分析及后阶段的 备考建议 命题形势分析及后阶段的 备考建议 2012 年广州一模分析

3 关于难度 2009 、 2010 、 2011 年的高考难度与本次测试 的难度 2009 、 2010 、 2011 年的高考难度与本次测试 的难度 本次测试题的整体难度偏易( 0.63 ),但仍 能有效地检测考生现有的知识能力水平并 反映考生知识能力方面的缺陷,符合对选 拔性考试进行预测的要求,对下阶段的备 考有良好的指向作用。 本次测试题的整体难度偏易( 0.63 ),但仍 能有效地检测考生现有的知识能力水平并 反映考生知识能力方面的缺陷,符合对选 拔性考试进行预测的要求,对下阶段的备 考有良好的指向作用。 区分度好( 0.43 ),信度高( 0.88 )。 区分度好( 0.43 ),信度高( 0.88 )。

4 答题中所反映出的问题 完形填空: 完形填空: 关键词: access, accessible, accessibility 关键词: access, accessible, accessibility 复现:同词复现、同义复现、结构复现 复现:同词复现、同义复现、结构复现 关联:因果关系、类属关系、同类(并列) 关系、相对(转折)关系 关联:因果关系、类属关系、同类(并列) 关系、相对(转折)关系

5 The more accessible a company’s services are, the more business it will do. Why are the same 1 not applied when it comes to Internet websites then? A Hong Kong study has found that the local sites of two leading 2, McDonald’s and Motorola, are the most user-unfriendly of the 30 websites tested. The lack of 3 means they are not only losing customers, but 4 to meet their social responsibilities. 1. A. data B. principles 1. A. data B. principles C. experiences D. technologies C. experiences D. technologies 2. A. companies B. products C. stores D. factories 3. A.power B. study C. attraction D. access 4. A. deciding B. attempting C. failing D. stopping

6 In an ever-more Internet-connected world, 5 are as important as physical shops or offices. They are 6 used as a way of banking, shopping and getting news. This is especially so for the disabled, who find it 7 to shop on-line than go to a store in person. A website that does not let them do this is the same as having a (an) “ 8 ” sign on a door. In an ever-more Internet-connected world, 5 are as important as physical shops or offices. They are 6 used as a way of banking, shopping and getting news. This is especially so for the disabled, who find it 7 to shop on-line than go to a store in person. A website that does not let them do this is the same as having a (an) “ 8 ” sign on a door. 5. A. computers B. hotlines C. signals D. websites 5. A. computers B. hotlines C. signals D. websites 6. A. increasingly B. possibly 6. A. increasingly B. possibly C. extremely D. randomly C. extremely D. randomly 7. A. cheaper B. safer C. easier D. quicker 7. A. cheaper B. safer C. easier D. quicker 8. A. waiting B. saleC. open D. closed 8. A. waiting B. saleC. open D. closed

7 In Hong Kong, it is 9 not to provide the disabled with In Hong Kong, it is 9 not to provide the disabled with access to schools and buildings, but at present there are no specific laws on Internet accessibility. However, companies are morally responsible for ensuring that their website can be 10 by people who are visually disabled or have limited difficulty walking around. Ideals for design have long been put forward by the World Wide Web Consortium, a global community working on open standards to 11 accessibility and development. 9. A. unreasonableB. illegal 9. A. unreasonableB. illegal C. unimportant D. impolite C. unimportant D. impolite 10. A. found B. read C. known D. created ( 26.34% 21.3% 27.13% 25.05% ) ( 26.34% 21.3% 27.13% 25.05% ) 11. A. permit B. discover C. start D. ensure

8 Computer technology is 12 fast and it is now Computer technology is 12 fast and it is now much easier to create websites that are 13 for all people, sighted or disabled. Companies should ensure the designers of their websites 14 guidelines for accessibility. We should try to make our city as 15 as possible, on-line and off. 12. A. weakening B. dropping C. changing D. flying 13. A. wonderfulB. usable C. harmless D. profitable 14. A. followB. writeC. break D. ignore 15. A. Beautiful B. wealthy C. accessible D. respectable C. accessible D. respectable

9 语法填空 在篇章中分析句子结构的能力 在篇章中分析句子结构的能力 理解好篇章 理解好篇章 基本时态、语态的运用 基本时态、语态的运用 基础从句的连接词 基础从句的连接词 常规的非谓语动词用法 常规的非谓语动词用法

10 语法填空: A farmer once organised a competition between his dog and his rabbit. A farmer once organised a competition between his dog and his rabbit. He dug a hole in one of his biggest fields, and hid a carrot and a bone in it. He wanted to see 16 animal would find them first. The 17 (cheer) and optimistic rabbit threw himself into looking for The 17 (cheer) and optimistic rabbit threw himself into looking for the carrot, 18 (dig) here and there, totally convinced that he would find it. But the dog, after sniffing around for a bit, 19 (lie) down and began to complain how difficult it was to find one bone in such a big field. The rabbit dug 20 hours, and with every new hole the dog The rabbit dug 20 hours, and with every new hole the dog complained even more about how difficult this was, even for the rabbit. 21 the rabbit thought that each hole dug was one hole less that needed digging. When there was no place in the whole field 22 (leave) to dig, the rabbit dug a tunnel right to 23 the dog was lying all that time. There he found the carrot and the bone. This is how the dog lost the game. He had come to 24 right place at This is how the dog lost the game. He had come to 24 right place at the very start but failed to find the bone 25 he only complained and didn ’ t try at all!

11 阅读理解: 26. What can we learn about Beatrix Potter ’ s early life? A. She learned drawing skills from her tutors. A. She learned drawing skills from her tutors. B. She was very sociable and outgoing. B. She was very sociable and outgoing. C. She was greatly inspired by the beauty of nature. C. She was greatly inspired by the beauty of nature. D. She was encouraged to think creatively and independently. D. She was encouraged to think creatively and independently. ( … that she developed a love of nature) 27. Why did Beatrix Potter ’ s parents oppose the idea of her marriage to Norman Warne? A. They did not believe she was mature enough to get married. A. They did not believe she was mature enough to get married. B. They thought Warne was only interested in Beatrix Potter ’ s wealth. B. They thought Warne was only interested in Beatrix Potter ’ s wealth. C. They believed that the couple ’ s characters were mismatched. C. They believed that the couple ’ s characters were mismatched. D. They considered Warne to be too common for their daughter. (sb of a lower social status) D. They considered Warne to be too common for their daughter. (sb of a lower social status)

12 31. The Vibram FiveFingers are shoes _________. 31. The Vibram FiveFingers are shoes _________. A. specifically designed for women ( 缩小范围 ) B. that have lots of cushion inside ( 偷换概念 ) C. safest for people who enjoy sports D. that are much thinner than normal sport shoes (super-thin sports shoes) (super-thin sports shoes) 33. According to Matt Wallden, the new shoes _________. 33. According to Matt Wallden, the new shoes _________. A. make feet more sensitive to the running surface B. will produce immediate improvements C. force your body to move less naturally D. increase the chances of getting hurt

13 34. The author suggests that new users of Vibram FiveFingers should _________. 34. The author suggests that new users of Vibram FiveFingers should _________. A. run in the shoes every day at top speed B. begin with a shorter running distance than normal C. occasionally run barefooted to harden their feet D. make sure they are already very fit before using them

14 The man shrugged impatiently, for the brightness of those pictures hurt him, and his memory traveled on another ten years. He had a job by then, plenty of friends and started to come home less. He did not really want to remember those years, nor the day when, because of debts, he had gone home planning to ask for money. He felt embarrassed, but he knew exactly where his dad kept the money. When his parents stepped out of the room, he took what he wanted then left. The man shrugged impatiently, for the brightness of those pictures hurt him, and his memory traveled on another ten years. He had a job by then, plenty of friends and started to come home less. He did not really want to remember those years, nor the day when, because of debts, he had gone home planning to ask for money. He felt embarrassed, but he knew exactly where his dad kept the money. When his parents stepped out of the room, he took what he wanted then left. 36. Why did he shrug impatiently (paragraph 2) while he was thinking of his childhood? 36. Why did he shrug impatiently (paragraph 2) while he was thinking of his childhood? A. The thoughts made him angry. B. He felt he had wasted time. C. He was anxious to go home. D. The sweet memory caused him much pain.

15 When his prison time was up, he found a job, but couldn ’ t When his prison time was up, he found a job, but couldn ’ t settle. Something was drawing him home. He did not want to arrive penniless, so he hitchhiked most of the long journey back. But less than a mile from his destination he started to feel sick with doubt. Could they ever accept this man who had so bitterly disappointed them? He spent most of that day sitting under a tree. That evening he posted a letter which, although short, had taken him hours to write. It ended with: 37. Why did it take him hours to write the letter? 37. Why did it take him hours to write the letter? A. He doubted if his parents still lived in that house. B. He had much news to tell his parents. C. He felt ashamed to ask for forgiveness.(He doubted whether his parents would accept him.) D. He was longing to return home and felt excited.

16 … And now it was Thursday morning and he was … And now it was Thursday morning and he was sitting on the pavement at the end of the street. Finally he got up and walked slowly toward the old house. He drew a long breath and looked. His parents were taking no risks. ______________ His parents were taking no risks. ____________________________________________________ The man threw his head back, gave a cry of relief The man threw his head back, gave a cry of relief and ran straight through the open front door.

17 39. Which of the following best fits into paragraph 8? 39. Which of the following best fits into paragraph 8? A. Every inch of the house was covered in white. Sheets, pillowcases and table clothes had been placed on every window and door making it look like a snow house. (45.73%) B. The house before him was just as he remembered: the red bricks, the brown door and nothing else. (12.13%) C. A colourful blanket was over the front door. On it, in large letters, was written, “ Welcome home, son! ” (37.97%) D. A police car was parked in the drive way, and two officers stood at the front door. (7.91%) 40. The best title of the passage is _______. 40. The best title of the passage is _______. A. Sweet Memory B. White Handkerchief (45%) C. Abandoned Son (23.5%) D. Leaving Home (22.24%)

18 对今年命题形势的初步分析 特点、风格将基本保持 特点、风格将基本保持 继续控制难度,加大区分度,常规题为主 继续控制难度,加大区分度,常规题为主 注重考查基础 注重考查基础 坚持三个贴近 坚持三个贴近 强调能力立意 强调能力立意

19 下一阶段的备考建议 总思想:规范备考 把准方向、突出重点、抓好常规 总思想:规范备考 把准方向、突出重点、抓好常规 总要求:落实细节 总要求:落实细节 找准问题、查明原因、研究改进 找准问题、查明原因、研究改进 1. 哪些人、哪些学科还可以增分? 1. 哪些人、哪些学科还可以增分? 2. 从哪里增分? 2. 从哪里增分? 3. 怎样增分? 3. 怎样增分?

20 模拟划线 文科: 文科: 理科: 理科: 单科上线情况: 单科上线情况:

21 相比理科学生,文科学生的数量大、成绩 低、划线高。本次测试理科平均分 (听说 ),文科 (听说 ), 文科低 3.61 分, 相比理科学生,文科学生的数量大、成绩 低、划线高。本次测试理科平均分 (听说 ),文科 (听说 ), 文科低 3.61 分, 之前因准备听说考试,有些学校或学生对 笔试部分的复习与训练还没有达到阶段标 准,希望在后阶段迅速弥补。 之前因准备听说考试,有些学校或学生对 笔试部分的复习与训练还没有达到阶段标 准,希望在后阶段迅速弥补。

22 提高一模分析的科学性 提高一模分析的科学性 提高复习内容的针对性 提高复习内容的针对性 提高训练的有效性 提高训练的有效性

23 教研室对各科的要求 (学校)为提高总分上线率而努力 (学校)为提高总分上线率而努力 (学科)为提高学科上线率和命中率而努力 (学科)为提高学科上线率和命中率而努力 (学生)为提高每一分而努力 (学生)为提高每一分而努力 做好一模分析,明确增分项目 做好一模分析,明确增分项目 (学科上线有效分,学科上线命中率 ) (学科上线有效分,学科上线命中率 ) 提高增分策略 提高增分策略 对第一轮复习进行修补 对第一轮复习进行修补 加强对重点内容的训练 加强对重点内容的训练

24 预祝本届师生 取得优异的高考成绩!


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