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启德教育SAT阅读题型态度评价题 安心老师.pptx

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启德教育SAT阅读题型态度评价题 安心老师.pptx

SAT 阅读题型,态度语气评价题,考查内容,态度语气评价题,考查内容,考查作者的态度语气,和对某某做出的评价。 考查学生对感情色彩词、作者表达方式的感受能力。,出题方式,态度语气评价题,态度语气评价题出题方式,认识态度*语气,,态度,,中,褒,贬,Unshakably confidential,Resentful underhanded,Indifferent Ambivalent,大正小负,大负小正,综合态度表达方式,第一类.BUT/AND 如 Critical but admiring Correct but limited Correct and uncompleted Analytical and appreciative,第二类由修饰词所限定的评价词 如 Partially correct Qualified approval Guarded crticism Tentative acceptance Reluctant criticism Condescendingly tolerant Somewhat encouraged Enthusiasm tempered by minor reservation,,正确选项 综合态度,错误选项 无态度 极端态度,,Disdainful Satirical Ironic,Delight,,态度语气评价题原则之一 无态度和极端态度都排除,态度与观点,如果一篇文章旨在呼吁中国教育体制改革, 请问作者对中国教育的现状是一种什么态度 再问作者描述中国教育现状,用什么样的语气,,态度语气评价题原则之二 与观点保持一致,解题技巧,态度语气评价题,技巧一感情色彩词,态度语气评价题,【OG TEST7-S2-P763】 The science fiction masterpiece 2001 A Space Odyssey will probably be remembered best for the finely honed portrait of HAL, the Heuristically pro- grammed ALgorithmic computer that could not only 5 reason but also experience human feelings and anxiety. 8. The authors attitude toward the “portrait” line 3 is best characterized as one of A resentment B appreciation C confusion D awe E derision,【OG TEST7-S2-P763】 The science fiction masterpiece 2001 A Space Odyssey will probably be remembered best for the finely honed portrait of HAL, the Heuristically pro- grammed Algorithmic computer that could not only 5 reason but also experience human feelings and anxiety. 8. The authors attitude toward the “portrait” line 3 is best characterized as one of A resentment B appreciation C confusion D awe E derision,【OG TEST10-S4】 Malations have since been reported in more than 60 species of amphibians in 46 states. Surprising numbers of deed amphibians have also been 1o found in Asia, Europe, and Australia. Investigators have blamed the deities on amphibians increased exposure to ultraviolet radiation, the chemical contam- ination of water, even a parasite epidemic. Every time another report appears, the media tout the new position, 15 thus providing a misleading view. Most likely, all of these factors have been working in tandem. 12. The authors attitude toward the “media” line 14 might best be described as A respectful B indifferent C ambivalent D resentful E critical,【OG TEST10-S4】 Malations have since been reported in more than 60 species of amphibians in 46 states. Surpris- ing numbers of deed amphibians have also been 1o found in Asia, Europe, and Australia. Investigators have blamed the deities on amphibians increased exposure to ultraviolet radiation, the chemical contam- ination of water, even a parasite epidemic. Every time another report appears, the media tout the new position, 15 thus providing a misleading view. Most likely, all of these factors have been working in tandem. 12. The authors attitude toward the “media” line 14 might best be described as A respectful B indifferent C ambivalent D resentful E critical,【OG TEST6-S7-P725】 When the tide was in and the water rose up to within a foot of the lawn, we children boasted that we could fish out of our bedroom windows. This was not quite true. But Line it was true that, from our front lawn, the house was full of 5 waves. When the tide was up and the sun was shining, the white front of the house was in movement with reflected waves. The tall windows became so solid in color and , gold and blue, that the house seemed to be full of sea; until, of course, one turned round and saw the real 10 sea, so miraculously real that it startled. 10. In context, the tone of lines 5-10 “When... startled” is best described as one of A awe and fear B mischief and curiosity C sadness and confusion D wonder and delight E uncertainty and impatience,【OG TEST6-S7-P725】 When the tide was in and the water rose up to within a foot of the lawn, we children boasted that we could fish out of our bedroom windows. This was not quite true. But Line it was true that, from our front lawn, the house was full of 5 waves. When the tide was up and the sun was shining, the white front of the house was in movement with reflected waves. The tall windows became so solid in color and , gold and blue, that the house seemed to be full of sea; until, of course, one turned round and saw the real 10 sea, so miraculously real that it startled. 10. In context, the tone of lines 5-10 “When... startled” is best described as one of A awe and fear B mischief and curiosity C sadness and confusion D wonder and delight E uncertainty and impatience,【OG PQ-P81】 It is April 1959, Im standing at the railing of the Batorys upper deck, and I feel that my life is ending. 17. For the author, the experience of leaving Cracow can best be described as A enlightening B exhilarating C annoying D wrenching E ennobling,【OG PQ-P81】 It is April 1959, Im standing at the railing of the Batorys upper deck, and I feel that my life is ending. 17. For the author, the experience of leaving Cracow can best be described as A enlightening B exhilarating C annoying D wrenching E ennobling,Two days later, I leaned against the wall of our apart- ment building on McKibbin Street wondering where 15 New York ended and the rest of the world began. It was hard to tell. There was no horizon in Brooklyn. Everywhere I looked, my eyes met a vertical maze of gray and brown straight-edged buildings with sharp comers and deep shadows. Every few blocks there was 20 a cement playground surrounded by chain-link fence. And in between, weedy lots mounded with garbage and rusting cars. 19. The second paragraph lines 13-22 suggests that the narrator experienced Brooklyn as A mysterious and unknowable B uni and oppressive C orderly and appealing D drab yet multifaceted E menacing yet alluring,Two days later, I leaned against the wall of our apart- ment building on McKibbin Street wondering where 15 New York ended and the rest of the world began. It was hard to tell. There was no horizon in Brooklyn. Everywhere I looked, my eyes met a vertical maze of gray and brown straight-edged buildings with sharp comers and deep shadows. Every few blocks there was 20 a cement playground surrounded by chain-link fence. And in between, weedy lots mounded with garbage and rusting cars. 19. The second paragraph lines 13-22 suggests that the narrator experienced Brooklyn as A mysterious and unknowable B uni and oppressive C orderly and appealing D drab yet multifaceted E menacing yet alluring,技巧二表达方式,态度语气评价题,【OG TEST2 S7 P477 Passage3 第15 题】 Why is Venus so unlike Earth The answer can only lie in its lesser distance from the Sun. It seems that in the early 45 days of the solar system the Sun was less luminous than it is now, in which Case Venus and Earth may have started to evolve along the same lines, but when the Sun became more powerful the whole situation changed. Earth, at 93 million miles, was just out of harms way, but Venus, 50 at 67 million, was not. The water in oceans vaporized, the carbonates were driven out of the rocks, and in a relatively short time on the cosmic scale, Venus was transed from a potentially life-bearing world into the inferno of today. 15. The tone of the statement in lines 43-44 “The answer... Sun” is best described as A regretful B guarded C skeptical D decisive E amused,【OG TEST2 S7 P477 Passage3 第15 题】 Why is Venus so unlike Earth The answer can only lie in its lesser distance from the Sun. It seems that in the early 45 days of the solar system the Sun was less luminous than it is now, in which Case Venus and Earth may have started to evolve along the same lines, but when the Sun became more powerful the whole situation changed. Earth, at 93 million miles, was just out of harms way, but Venus, 50 at 67 million, was not. The water in oceans vaporized, the carbonates were driven out of the rocks, and in a relatively short time on the cosmic scale, Venus was transed from a potentially life-bearing world into the inferno of today. 15. The tone of the statement in lines 43-44 “The answer... Sun” is best described as A regretful B guarded C skeptical D decisive E amused,【OG TEST2 S4 P459】 The idea that the number of people per square mile is a 15 key determinant of population pressure is as widespread as it is wrong. The key issue in judging overpopulation is not how many people can fit into any given space but whether Earth can supply the populations long-term requirement for food, water, and other resources. Most of the empty 20 land in the United States, for example, either grows the food essential to our well-being or supplies us with raw materials. Densely populated countries and cities can be crowded only because the rest of the world is not. 10. The tone of the first sentence is best characterized as A wistful B dismayed C emphatic D ambivalent E apologetic,Questions 9-12 are based on the following passages. The idea that the number of people per square mile is a 15 key determinant of population pressure is as widespread as it is wrong. The key issue in judging overpopulation is not how many people can fit into any given space but whether Earth can supply the populations long-term requirement for food, water, and other resources. Most of the empty 20 land in the United States, for example, either grows the food essential to our well-being or supplies us with raw materials. Densely populated countries and cities can be crowded only because the rest of the world is not. 10. The tone of the first sentence is best characterized as A wistful B dismayed C emphatic D ambivalent E apologetic,【OGTEST7-S5-P781- PSP 1】 I cant dispute that children might learn something 15 from their toys. What I do dispute, however, are the grandiose conclusions that the so-called “experts” have drawn from that simple fact. Some have gone so far as to claim that toys are critical to teaching children about their cultures, maintaining that, without toys, children 20 would have difficulty adjusting to the ways of the world. Hogwash Children play with toys to have fun, not to create some sort of cultural microcosm. Perhaps those who speculate about the profound significance of child- hood recreation should spend more time playing with 25 toys and less time writing about them. 11. The tone of Passage 2 is more A scholarly B disdainful C apologetic D sentimental E somber,【OGTEST7-S5-P781- PSP 1】 I cant dispute that children might learn something 15 from their toys. What I do dispute, however, are the grandiose conclusions that the so-called “experts” have drawn from that simple fact. Some have gone so far as to claim that toys are critical to teaching children about their cultures, maintaining that, without toys, children 20 would have difficulty adjusting to the ways of the world. Hogwash Children play with toys to have fun, not to create some sort of cultural microcosm. Perhaps those who speculate about the profound significance of child- hood recreation should spend more time playing with 25 toys and less time writing about them. 11. The tone of Passage 2 is more A scholarly B disdainful C apologetic D sentimental E somber,【真题】 Passage 1 Liars may betray themselves through linguistic mistakes, but the main sources of betrayal are the emotions. Emotion reveals itself, sometimes in contradictory ways. Line in rile voice, body, and face. Deceptions typically involve 5 trying to conceal feelings that are inappropriate or trying to cover up the fear, guilt, and distress that may be provoked when one attempts to get away with a lie. When a person lies and has an emotional investment in the situation, a perfect perance is hard to carry off. Nonverbal clues 10 to deception leak out, What is surprising is that few people make use of these clues and thus liars go undetected.,Passage 2 Human beings are terrible lie detectors. In studies, subjects asked to distinguish truth from lies answer correctly approximately half the time. People are often led astray by an erroneous sense of how a liar behaves.“ People hold a stereotype of the liar- as tormented, anxious, and conscience stricken,” researchers Bella DePaulo and Charles Bond write. Clumsy deceivers are sometimes visibly agitated, but in general there is no such thing as “typical” deceptive behavior. As DePaulo says, “To be a good liar, you don’t need to know what behaviors really separate liars from truth tellers, but what behaviors people think separate them.”,6. Which best describes the relationship between the passages A Passage 1 discusses lying from a moral stance, whereas Passage 2 examines it from a legal viewpoint. B Passage 1 views lying as a skill that is learned, whereas Passage 2 considers it an instinctive impulse. C Passage 1 claims that lying is characterized by certain distinctive behaviors, whereas Passage 2 largely rejects that notion. D Passage 1 takes a scientific approach to lying, whereas Passage 2 discusses it from an anecdotal perspective. E Passage 1 focuses on the effects of lying, whereas Passage 2 examines its causes.,Passage 1 Liars may betray themselves through linguistic mistakes, but the main sources of betrayal are the emotions. Emotion reveals itself, sometimes in contradictory ways. Line in the voice, body, and face. Deceptions typically involve 5 trying to conceal feelings that are inappropriate or trying to cover up the fear, guilt, and distress that may be provoked when one attempts to get away with a lie. When a person lies and has an emotional investment in the situation, a perfect perance is hard to carry off. Nonverbal clues 10 to deception leak out, What is surprising is that few people make use of these clues and thus liars go undetected.,

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