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剑桥雅思阅读真题辑 10 TEST ONE PASSAGE 3: How should reading be taught?

1、

The whole-language approach relates letters to sounds.

  • TRUE
  • FALSE
  • NOT GIVEN

2、Many educators believe the whole-language approach to be the most interesting

way to teach children to read.

  • TRUE
  • FALSE
  • NOT GIVEN

3、Research supports the theory that we read without linking words to sounds.

  • TRUE
  • FALSE
  • NOT GIVEN

4、Research has shown that the whole-word approach is less effective than the whole-language approach.

  • TRUE
  • FALSE
  • NOT GIVEN

5、Research has shown that the phonics is more successful than both the whole-word and whole-language approaches.

  • TRUE
  • FALSE
  • NOT GIVEN

6、Questions 6-9

Complete the summary of sections E and F using the list of words, A-G, below.

Write the correct letter, A-G, in boxes 6-9 0n your answer sheet.

In the teaching community, 6 ........... question the usefulness of research into

methods of teaching reading. These critics believe that 7 ............ is incompatible

with student-centred learning. In the future, teachers need to be aware of 8 ...........

so that they understand the importance of phonics. They should not, however, ignore the

ideas of 9.......... which make reading enjoyable for learners.

A the phonics method

B the whole-word method

C the whole-language method

D traditionalists

E progressives

F linguistics

G research studies

6.

7、

8、

9、

10、

Questions 10-14

Reading Passage has six sections, A-F.

Choose the correct heading for sections B-F from the list of headings below.

Write the correct number, i-ix, in boxes 10-14 0n your answer sheet.

 

List of Headings

1.Disagreement about the reading process

2.The roots of the debate

3.A combined approach

4.Methods of teaching;reading

5.A controversial approach  

6.Inconclusive research

7.Researchwithlearners 

8.Allowing teachers more control

9.A debate amongst educators

 

10.Section B

11、Section C

12、Section D

13、Section E

14、Section  F