2011-2015年廣東高考英語作文及范文 發布時間：2019-06-09 16:58:19
檢測用途： 1. 預測重大疾病
檢測影響： 1. 增強健康意識
基礎寫作 一、范文 Version 1:
A new technology, DNA test, has appeared recently as good news for some people. All they have to do is to pay 125 pounds, give testers their saliva sample and wait for 4 to 6 weeks. The result can help them see how much chance they have of getting serious disease, what they love to eat and what exercise suit them most. The medical report may raise their awareness of keeping fit. However, it may give rise to unnecessary anxiety in some people as well.
An analysis of saliva sample, a medical fee of 125 pounds and a waiting period of 4 to 6 weeks now means a lot to some people. They will know better their dietary habits, the best exercises for them and above all, what serious disease may attack them. All these are made possible with the aid of a new technology, DNA test. After reading the test report, people may realize more clearly the importance of staying healthy. Some of them, however, may become overly concerned about their health. Version 3:
DNA test, a new technique, which is tested by analyzing saliva sample, appears in the foreign medical industry. Lasting for 4-6 weeks, the test costs 125 pounds. As for its functions, not only can the technique be used to predict major diseases, but it also enables people to foresee the examinees‘food preferences. With such a technique, examiners are able to provide various suggestions on appropriate ways of exercise for examinees. It is said that the test will enhance the examinees‘consciousness of health, but on the contrary it will also be more likely to result in over-anxiety.
On the first day of her work, Sally found that a class full of problems was waiting for her. Six teachers had quit before her. When she walked into the classroom, it was chaos; two boys were fighting in the far corner, yet the rest of the class seemed not to notice them; some girls were chatting and some were running about; paper, food packages and other garbage were littered around….Just when she was about to speak, a student rushed in and pushed her aside! He was twenty minutes late!
Sally walked onto the platform, picked up a piece of chalk and wrote on the blackboard: “Rule 1: We are family! “ All students stopped to look at her. And she continued with Rule 2, Rule 3… In the following weeks, Sally worked out 10 class rules and posted them on the walls of the classroom. She patiently explained all the rules to the students and require everyone to follow them.
Surprisingly, Sally was not driven out like the former teachers; instead, she won respect from the students. Over the year, she witnessed gradual change in the class. At the graduation ceremony, just as she expected, she was very proud to stand with a class of care, manners and confidence.
Confronted with the misbehavior of her new class, Sally emphasized the idea of “we are family” and afterwards worked out 10 rules to regulate the students’ conduct. Amazingly, she earned respect from her students, all of whom later grew to be confident, considerate and well-behaved.
The most obvious problem with our class is lack of interaction or teamwork. Everyone is minding his or her own business without paying the slightest attention to the people around, thus giving rise to inefficiency in their study and even putting a limit to the play of their potential.
To address the issue concerned, I would make it a rule that every Friday a project of a certain subject should be assigned by teachers and completed by every study group consisting of four students. The final presentation on the following Monday will be a result of group work.
From where I stand, this rule will definitely exert a profound and far-reaching effect on students‘ academic performance. First and foremost, a harmonious but competitive interaction in a group will help everyone‘s learning. Additionally, we can combine our skills and knowledge as well as experiences in solving problems more efficiently. It is for those reasons that I firmly believe that this rule will promote the learning atmosphere and our teamwork spirit.
With continuous efforts, our class, a big family, will compose an extraordinary harmonious symphony.
Richard Avis, a British who was born on December 1st, 1974, has started to look for time twins in the world since 2011 in order to know about different meanings of successful life in different culture. He uses the local media to help himself. So far, he has found 32 people, including 17 men and 15 women from 13 countries. They are government officials, athletes, drivers, teachers and artists. He plans to find 40 time twins before his fourtieth birthday and then he intends to write a book according to this experience.
Oseola McCarty spent more than 75 years washing and ironing other people’s clothes. As a laundrywoman, she was paid only a few dollars each time. Certainly nobody would consider her rich, so they were all amazed when Miss McCarty decided to donate $150,000 to the University of Southern Mississippi.
The money was in fact her life savings. She could save such a large amount of money because she lived a vey simple life. She never learned to drive, and when she wanted to go somewhere, she just walked. She never flew to anywhere till the donation(捐贈) and in 50 years she had been out of the South only once. The house in which she lived was also a rather modest one her last uncle left her. Only after she became known in America did she begin to travel all over the country. Since then, she had been the subject of many interviews and articles and was even invited to the White House.
Her donation was for students who clearly needed financial help.She herself left school in the sixth grade and had never married or had children. She said to the reporters that the idea of helping somebody’s child go to college gave her much pleasure.
Oseola McCarty was a laundrywoman for more than 75 years. She earned a few dollars each time. But she donated $150,000 which was her life savings to help the students who needed financial help.
I think her behavior is worth praising and very unselfish. Everyone should help others in need. But how much to donate should be based on our actual situation. The $150,000 is very helpful to the students who have financial problems. They can buy many things they need as other students. And they may be more grateful and kinder. Therefore, it’s more likely for them to help others in the future.
If I am going to give donations, I will choose students too. They are in the most important period in their life. They need to get a long education. They have to buy a lot of books, pencil-cases, pens, erasers and so on, which will certainly cost a lot. They are growing up rapidly, which needs a lot of nutrition. If they don’t have enough money, they can’t eat enough food and take in enough energy. In a word, money is very important to students.(189 words)
To many people even the word “work” sounds unpleasant, not necessarily because they are lazy. The same man, who dislikes his job in the factory or even in the office, may work hard at the weekend, painting the house or digging the garden.
What is the reason, then? In most cases, it is because these people simply do not enjoy the job they are doing. It does not give them any real satisfaction. It may be quite easy, like making up wooden boxes, but it is very boring. Very often they are doing a job which is just a small part of a much larger one, such as attaching a door handle to a car. But the part they play in actually making the car is so small that they can never say: I have made something!
Yet in modern society somebody has to do ordinary jobs such as cleaning streets because this is the way society is organized. No matter how ordinary a job is, it plays a part in society and therefore deserves our due respect. Society cannot function a single day without the “dull and boring” jobs.
2. 以約120個詞談談你對平凡工作的想法， 內容包括：
It is reported that thirty volunteers who are at least 18 years old will be chosen from all the globe and sent to the Mars by the year of 2015. The volunteers must make a full preparation that there is almost no chance to return to the earth once they are immigrated to the Mars. What’s more, it is greatly important for them to try to keep a good relationship with other members. Experts strongly warned that the living conditions on the Mars are very hard, for not only the extremely cold climate would they meet with, but also loneliness and fear. On the contrary , the volunteers insist that they have got tired of the life on the earth,so greatly being eager to experience the unknown , mysterious life on the Mars; meanwhile, if the would be succeeded , they would get the honor to be heroes of human beings.
In the passage , the author mainly stressed the importance of small and ordinary work , such as cleaning the street because of their essentiality for the organization of the society ,and thinks those doing such jobs should be respected greatly.
There is no doubt that what a cleaner does is more harder compared with any other jobs in the society. On one hand , they must get up in the early morning every day to clean the street while we are sill in the sweet sleeping dreams . On the other hand, they also suffer from less respect and lower pay , working all day on the street no matter it is sun shines strongly or snow, wind heavily.
Nobody could imagine what an bad environment we would live in if there were no cleaners in the city. Wherever we go , there is rubbish. Maybe we would soon be drowned in the mountain of rubbish. Even worse, if there wee no change about that, diseases would spread at a very quick speed. Is there anything that can be worse than this !
From the above , I can draw the conclusion safely that even the smallest and the most ordinary job,such as cleaning the street is also the necessary part to keep the society going smoothly. Consequently, those who do those most insignificant jobs should get respect as much as those being engineers or teachers.
姓 名：Allan Stewart
*碩士學位：master’s degree; **博士：doctor
My husband received a letter a month ago a young woman who had been his student when she was in middle school. She was writing because she wanted to thank for having a great influence in her life.
In the letter she wrote,“You were the teacher who helped me discover my talent for math. Before you came to teach us, I had been terribly poor at math, and had never thought that I would be interested in it. To my surprise, you magically showed me the beauty of math. I guess that was the turning point of my attitude towards it. Gradually my interest in it began to grow. Thanks to your encouragement, I made continuous progress in math, and finally made up my mind to study it in the university. Today I am working as an accountant at Valley Medical Center in California. You played an important part. Thank you!”
What a wonderful gift to a retired teacher! My husband has received many letters from students over the years. This one was special, for it arrived at this time in his life when he is in very poor health.
【基礎寫作】Allan Stewart, an Australian old man, born on March 7,1915,is already the holder of the world record for being the old graduate. He thinks it is never too late to challenge oneself to achieve something worthwhile. He got his first degree in 1936, later along with a doctor’s degree of medicine. He decided to study law in his eighties, and he got the master’s degree in 2006, which was his third degree. In 2012, he received his fourth degree by network learning, who was praised for his proper arrangement on his study schedule.
A thankyou letter from a former student of the writers husband meant a lot to the retired old man.From the letter,the writer learnt how great influence a teacher might have over his students.
The encouragement from a teacher is really of great significance to his/her student, especially when the student has trouble with study.Timely encouragement can raise his confidence and inspire his motivation to work hard. When I was in middle school, I had some difficulty in learning English. I couldnt remember the new words, so I always did poorly in the English exams. For some time I even decided to give up learning English. However, everything changed when I met Mrs. Jones, my new English teacher. She encouraged me to try some different methods to remember English words, and when I made a little progress, she always praised me, so I worked harder than ever. Gradually I became interested in remembering new words and began to catch up with the other students in my class. At the end of the term I got the highest mark in English.
Now I owe all my progress in English to Mrs. Jones whose encouragement has made me achieve what I have now. Here I want to send my sincere thanks from heart to her.
⑴書名：Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother
When Sam first got to his boarding school with his parents, he was very happy. He thought he would be able to go home every weekend. When he was told he would not, he started crying because the thought of not seeing his parents was driving him crazy.
He was given uniforms and all other things that he would need for the term. He started crying when it was time for his parents to leave. He was then taken to the dorm, where he saw other children happy. He tried as much as he could to fit in but could not because his mind was at home. He started feeling homesick (想家) 安定wanted to go homes as soon as possible.
He got sick soon because he could not eat the school food. He could not concentrate in the classroom. All he could think was being at home with his family. He had no mobile phone or other means to get in touch with his parents. He was angry and felt lonely. He thought his parents hated him and that was why they left him in a boarding school.
A book entitled Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother by Amy Chua was published in 2010. It tells how the author, a Chinese American and professor at Yale University, educated her two daughters in the traditional Chinese way. Its publication has started a debate as to which way of parenting is superior, the traditional Chinese way or the American way. It is reported that the Chinese version of the book began to sell in China early 2011. Unexpectedly, the majority of mothers in China disagree with the author though her 17-year-old elder daughter was lately reported to have got offers from both Harvard and Yale.
A book entitled Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother was published in 2010. Its author is Amy Chua, a Chinese American and professor at Yale, who tells stories in her book about how she educated her two daughters in the traditional Chinese way of educating is better than the American way. The Chinese version of the book began to sell in China early 2011, but surprisingly most Chinese mothers do not agree to Amy Chua’s way of parenting. A recent report says that Amy’s elder daughter, 17, has been accepted by both Harvard and Yale.
(1) Sam was sent to a boarding school.
(2) Sam was homesick.
(3) Sam felt lonely and was angry with his parents.
(1) 時間、地點和起因。(2) 想家給學習或生活帶來的影響。比如：上課精力不集中、成績下降、生病等。(3) 你（或你的朋友）是如何應對的。比如：結交新朋友、參加各種活動等
One possible version:
The passage told us that a student, Sam was sent to a boarding school, in which he very missed his parents, so he got sick and could not focus his attention on his lessons.
In fact, in real life, everyone can have an experience of feeling homesick. I remember when I was 10 years old, because my parents was busy, I was sent to my uncle’s in another city. Here, I studied for two years. Although my aucle and his family were kind to me, I still felt homesick. At first, I couldn’t sleep well, because I didn’t adapt to the climate there. And, because different teachers have different teaching methods, it was difficult for me to understand the lesson. Besides, I was new for the students there, I hardly had friends. I felt very lonely.
As days went on, I slowly adapted to the new environment. I actively communicated with my new students and made friends with them. My homesick gradually disappeared.
In junior high school, one of my classmates, Ethan, was addicted to TV.This boy simply knew everything about such pop shows as Who’s the Boss?
Then one day Ethan’s mother made him an after in order to draw him back to his school subjects.She promised that she would give him $200 if he could go a full month without watching any TV.None of us thought Ethan could do it, but he did quit TV.His mom paid him $200.He went out and bought a TV, the biggest he could find.
In recent years, hundreds of schools have carried out experiments with paying kids with cash for showing up or getting good grades.All school kids admire this trend.But it upsets adults.Teachers say that we are rewarding kids for doing what they should be doing of their own will.Psychologists warn that money can actually make lies perform worse by making the act of learning cheap.The debate has become a typical battle over why our kids are not learning at the rate they should be despite decades of reforms and budget increases.
基本信息: （1）發生率: 略高于50％
專家解讀: （1）原因: 很復雜
Jackie is perhaps the most easily annoyed koala（考拉）at the Featherdale Wildlife Park in southern Australia. All the koalas there are unhappy and complaining. You would be too if you were used to night activities and someone kept waking you up all day while you were trying to sleep it off. That’s right—sleep it off. The average koala is always half asleep because it feeds on the leaves of a special kind that makes it sleepy.
The reason Jackie and her fellow koalas are repeatedly awoken from their deep sleep is so they can be hugged and photographed by tourists，who make the trips to Featherdale and an increasing number of other national parks for just that special experience. Whatever department in the Aussie government in charge of such things is now moving to make the practice illegal，which is understandable. How would you react，my friend，if you were trying to sleep off a dozen times and some round，furry creature smelling of grass kept waking you?