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103 年 - 國立科學工業園區實驗高級中學103學年度第一次教師甄試英文試題卷 雙語國小特教#16155 

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1.The following excerpt is taken from a CNN article “What If Students Learned Faster Without Teachers” on March 26th, 2013. 

What if everything you thought you knew about education was wrong? 
What if students learn more quickly on their own, working in teams, than in a classroom with a teacher? 
 What if tests and discipline get in the way of the learning process rather than accelerate it? 
         Those are the questions Sugata Mitra has been asking since the late 1990s, and for which he was awarded the $1 million TED Prize in February at the TED2013 conference. Mitra, professor of educational technology at Newcastle University, won the prize for his concept of "self organized learning environments," an alternative to traditional schooling that relies on empowering students to work together on computers with broadband access to solve their own problems, with adults intervening to provide encouragement and admiration, rather than top-down instruction. Mitra's work with students in India has gained wide attention and was the focus of a 2010 TED Talk on his "hole in the wall" experiment, showing the potential of computers to jump-start learning without any adult intervention.

【題組】 1. According to the article, what tool does Professor Mitra use to promote learning?
(A) lecture
(B) computers
(C) tests
(D) assessments
2.【題組】2. According to the article, “self organized learning environments” teach students how to
(A) perform well on tests
(B) organize their learning materials
(C) work together and problem solve
(D) communicate effectively
3.【題組】3. According to the article, what is the role of the teacher in the “self organized learning environment”
(A) to provide some intervention and encouragement
(B) to specifically communicate the rules
(C) to act as a mediator for conflicts
(D) to provide top-down instruction
4.【題組】4. According to the article, what does the idiom “hole in the wall” experiment mean?
(A) a very fancy and expensive experiment
(B) an experiment that has failed
(C) a modest and inexpensive experiment
(D) an experiment that has succeeded