[单选题]In the past, I always thought that being a teacher was an easy job. But I changed my 21 when I became a part-time teacher. About four years ago, Richard asked me 22 I could help teach his students how to make a website about themselves.
I 23 because computer is what I do well and I didn 't think teaching computer would be that 24 .
But when I taught Richard's class, some of the students 25 with their friends while I was explaining how to do something. At first I just got angry with them, 26 Richard taught me to think why they were doing this. He said that if he was 27 a lesson and the students were not listening, then he was angry with 28 for not making the lesson clear or interesting for them. I told him that I didn't 29 his idea. He then asked me if I had ever 30 the same thing. That made me stop. Of course I had!
If any of my past teachers are 31 this, I want to say sorry if I sometimes played around in the class 32 you were teaching. I didnt think how that would make you feel. I promise I will do my best to be a good 33 in the future. Please help us when we don't understand and most 34 , don't be quick to be angry when we fail. 35 of us are perfect but with your help we can be successful.
[单选题]Nancy wanted to make good use of her spare time. So she decided to work for the underdog. For the past several years, she has been putting her experience and energy to help a disadvantaged (条件差的) high school student.
Nancy knew that her knowledge would be best shared in a one-to-one situation. She found her perfect match in Operation Jump Start(OJS).
OJS was founded in 1994 in Long Beach, California, with the goal of helping students reach for higher education. It pairs students with experienced volunteers(志愿者), and provides them with workshops on writing, leadership development, and guided tours of vanous colleges.
Since its start, OJS has helped 80 students graduate from high school, with 95 percent moving on to higher education.
Nancy and the girl, Yanira, spent most of their time on school work. Together the two often went to museums, zoos, the movies, and concerts; they even sang in the school holiday show together!
“I know I’ m not like anyone else in Yanira' s life," Nancy says,“lt’ s been great to get to know her and to watch her change, grow, and learn.”
Much to Nancys excitement, Yanira plans to attend John Jay College in New York City, where Nancys father taught for his whole life. "These days I share her dream, and if she gets accepted I hope to travel to New York with her and show her around." Nancy says.
Who is Yanira in the story?
AA volunteer OJS supported.
BA student Nancy helped.
CA teacher from John Jay College.
DA relative of Nancys.
New Zealand’s main exports come from the nation’s farms--wool, meat, butter, cheese, and skins. Many people process farm products in dairies (牛奶房), meat-refrigerating plants, breweries (啤酒厂) and flour mills. Sawmilling is an important industry where logging is cartied on in the forests to make pulp for newsprint and other mills make various kinds of paper. Most of New Zealand’s heavy machinery must be imported, but assembly (装配) plants make automobiles and trucks from imported parts. Woolen goods, carpets, clothing, shoes, furniture and electrical appliances are also manufactured. Imported petroleum (石油) is refined (精炼) at an oil refinery at Whangarei. An aluminum smelter at Blutt, near Invercargill, use hydro-electricity to refine one that is imported from Australia. New Zealand’s coal is used to generate steam, make gases, provide fuel for homes and factories and produce electricity. Sand and gravel (砂砾) used for road building and concrete (混凝土) construction, ranks second to coal. Limestone is used to make fertilizer and cement.
[单选题]When New Zealanders make automobiles, they usually()
Aproduce the components themselves
Bexport the final products
Cimport the components
Dleave the work to foreigners