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                        2013高考二模優秀作文選登

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                        2013廣州高考二模優秀作文選登

                        2013高考我校英語平均分129.5!

                        本次考試的小作文全級2人獲15分;25人獲14分;20人獲13.5分。大作文77人獲21分。校平均109.8李昱崴15分, 總分129,高三(1)班雙擊圖片可放大)

                        Solar cars, an eco-friendly product fueled by solar energy with solar panels, looks similar to our traditional cars. Remarkably, it is believed to be the best solution to environmental problems because it produces little noise and is pollution-free. What’s more, despite its outstanding features in environmental protection, solar car is tiny and therefore easy to drive and park. However, it’s no without its problems, for it’s fairly expensive and poorly-powered, which means the highest speed you can get is merely 70 km per hour. The last but not least flaw that can’t be omitted is that the driving distance is limited to 100 kilometers after every full charge.

                        謝勇14分,總分127.5,高三(1)班

                        A solar car is a kind of cars that can gather energy from sunlight to support its engine by using solar panels. It has a similar shape to an ordinary car, but more eco-friendly that  it produces less noise and no contamination. Besides, it has a smaller size and is easy to drive and park. However, it’s more expensive and lacks a strong horsepower, which means it has a limitation in speed of 70 kilometers per hour. In addition, the severe problem of solar cars is that each time after fully charging, it can only be driven for about 100 kilometers, which makes it not suitable for long distance running.   

                        李婉銘 14 分,總分122,高三(11)班

                             Solar car is an environmentally-friendly car using solar panels to get energy from sunshine. It looks pretty similar to common cars from outside, but actually, it’s pollution-free as well as eco-friendly, producing lower noise. What is more fascinating is that with a considerably smaller body, it makes more convenient for people to drive and park. However, with such outstanding functions, its price is naturally a little bit high, and its power is not really adequate, the highest speed only reaching 70 km per hour. The most challenging problem is that it can only be driven on the road for about 100 km after being charged.

                        楊淑欣 14分,總分117,高三(16)班

                        Solar cars,obtaining energy from sunshine by solar panels, are similar to ordinary cars. On one hand, solar cars possess the strengths of less noise, non-pollution and environmental friendly. On the other hand, with their small and slim bodies, they are easier to drive and park. However, solar cars are expensive and they have not so enough in energy that it can only be driven with the highest speed of 70 kilometers per hour. Most importantly, solar cars can only work for 100 kilometers every time they are completely charged.

                        謝凱雯 14分,總分109.5,高三18

                        Receiving energy through solar panels from the sunlight, a solar car is a new invention that has a similar appearance with the ordinary car. There are many advantages in solar cars, for example, it runs in a low noise, without pollution, and it is environmentally-friendly. Moreover, solar cars have a tiny shape, so  it is easy for people to drive and park. However, the disadvantage of solar car is its high price, and its shortage of energy motivation, which leads to its highest speed at only 70 kilometers an hour. There is no denying that the biggest problem of solar car is that it can only run about 100 kilometers after it is charged every time.

                        伍灝殷5+19=24分,總分130.5,全校第一名,高三(18)班

                             Confronted with the serious health issues among Chinese students including obesity, poor eyesight and stress, some people consider including P.E. in Gaokao as an appropriate solution, whereas others criticize that it will worsen the situation.

                             From where I stand, I am strongly opposed to the idea of including P.E. in Gaokao. For one thing, it is not wise to burden students with exhausting physical exercise after their energy-consuming academic study. For another, compulsory tests on P.E. will trigger strong dislike of P.E. inside some students’ hearts and make matters worse.

                             As is universally acknowledged, owning a healthy body is the key to excellent academic performance. Being in healthy condition makes it easier to concentrate in classes and boost efficiency and thus contribute to improving study results, while unhealthy body may lead to distractions and mental stress.

                             To improve students’ physical quality and fight against health decline, first and foremost, it is vital to advocate the significance of exercising and warn students of the consequence of neglecting health. In addition, schools should provide more P.E. facilities for them and add more P.E. lessons. Moreover, it is parents’ responsibility to help students develop balanced diet, which is beneficial to their health.

                        謝勇5+19=24分,總分127.5 高三(1)班

                        The serious decline in the health of Chinese students including the increase in obesity, poor eyesight and stress, has triggered discussion about whether P.E. should be included in Gaokao.

                        To begin with, I am against the idea that P.E. be included in Gaokao. Some people may think this strategy will force students to leave classroom and spend more time taking exercise in the playground. However, this may lead to intensively training. Which not only add students’ pressure but also weaken their bodies.

                        In my eyes, study is related to health to a large scale. With a strong body we can have a healthier mind, which give rise to a better efficiency in study. Besides, health both physically and mentally, we can avoid getting sick and be energetic everyday.

                        However, we have other ways to increase students’ health. First, schools and teachers should decline the amount of homework to guarantee students’ spare time for sports. Second, schools should provide more P.E. lessons and activities for students to take part in. Third, government should ban fast-food restaurant be opened near school so that students may not eat too much junk food and become obesity.

                        翟豫琳 5+18=23分,總分124.5 高三(1)班

                        The passage demonstrates that the last 10 years have witnessed a serious decline in the health of Chinese students, which triggers a heated discussion whether we should include Physical Education in the Gaokao.

                        From my perspective, I object to the idea of including Physical Education in the Gaokao. And the reasons are listed as follows. Firstly, as is known to all, students who are confronted with Gaokao are already exposed to a great deal of workload and the P.E. test may stress them out. Secondly, it’s unfair to judge a student’s physical quality by a simple standard test.

                        As far as I’m concerned, good health can promote our study. When faced with study pressure, a healthy body is especially essential as it keeps us in good condition and prevents us from illness.

                        When we are at school, there are many ways to exercise our body and strengthen our physical health. For example, schools should add more P.E. classes to our daily schedule, which allows us to take more exercise. Besides, after school, students should go to the playground or stadium to participate in sports instead of burying themselves in the classroom all day. Both health and academic performance are vital for a student. Never should we sacrifice our health only to attain good marks.

                        高雪梅4+19=23分,總分128.5 高三(18)班

                        To tackle with the widespread problem of Chinese students such as obesity, poor eyesight and stress, some suggest including P.E. in the Gaokao, which arouses heated discussion.

                        From my perspective, I am not in favor of the idea of including P.E. in the Gaokao. First and foremost, adding one more subject to the Gaokao will surely add to students’ psychological stress. What’ more, with the aim of achieving high scores in the P.E. test, students might throw themselves into a large amount of exercise, which will lead to tiredness and pose negative impact on their physical health.

                        As for me, a healthy body is to study what water is to fish. It enables a student to exert every effort to concentrate on study without being distracted by sickness. Moreover, a healthy body equips a student with enough energy to face the challenges of study and make steady progress.

                        Apart from adding P.E. tests, there are still many feasible ways to improve students’ health. To start with, schools are supposed to provide students with healthy diets such as vegetables. Secondly, students should control the desire of using computers frequently. Last but not least, parents should take on the responsibility of talking to their kids and relieving them from stress.                                                                                       

                        劉海琳 4+19=23分,總分113 高三(16)班

                        Facing the problem of obesity, poor eyesight and stress among Chinese students, someone suggested including P.E. in the Gaokao. However, some believed that the heavier stress would worsen their overall health.

                        There’s no denying the fact that Physical Education should be paid more attention to, for the alarming increase in obesity, poor eyesight and stress among Chinese students, which will cause health problems and even mental problems. By forcing students to be more active, losing weight will be much easier to do.

                        For this reason, it’s certainly vital to balance between study and health. Involved in study but ignoring health is not a good idea, and so is playing sports but ignoring study. On no account should we spend all the time doing one thing. Studying or doing exercise, our brain or body can be always active.

                        From my perspective, there’s a need to prevent students from eating too much junk food and staying in front of computers too long. Students under heavy pressure may need someone who can relieve their anxiety. Therefore, Mental Education should be set to turn the pessimistic students into optimistic ones. To improve students’ health quality, there’s still a long way to go in China.

                        謝勇同學寫作體會:

                         1.   文章觀點很重要。平時做閱讀時就要積極鍛煉自已的感。遇到論述類文章可以畫,記一下文中表達觀點的句子,嘗試代入,這樣既能完成閱讀題,又能增加用英文表達觀點的能力。有好的演講視頻,文稿同樣可以著重留意表達觀點的句子。著演講跟讀,既練口語,又培養了用英語思考的習慣。

                        2.   好詞好句要求精準。課堂上老師講的詞組,發的資料多看,重點記憶。課外看電影,書籍等積累的俗語,特別的用法多多益善。主動使用自己積累的詞在課堂上緊跟老師的提問,或翻譯練習等。勤跟讀,跟說,跟回答,通過使用,更進一步鞏固好詞,好句。但考試時應使用平時使用準確的詞。

                        3.   好字體必不可少。我的方法是,用空白的A4紙抄寫英文小詩(泰戈爾《飛鳥集》不錯),力求字體端正不連筆,每篇不長費時不多。當在白紙上也能抄端正,考試時就無所畏懼了。

                        4.   堅信平時該做的練習都有按時完成,考試過程信心自然慢慢的。

                           祝大家好運!

                                               謝勇(二模小寫:14 ;大寫:24

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