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103 年 - 103年桃園捷運-類組全-【英文】#16385 

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1.21. The training helped ________ him into the confident and capable man he is now.
(A) earn
(B) mold
(C) force
(D) create
2.22. Jack sometimes can get over-confident and very stubborn, and you’ll never ________ him that he is wrong.
(A) advise
(B) admire
(C) correct
(D) convince
3.23. The salesman was persuasive, so I fell for it and bought something that I ________ didn’t need.
(A) actually
(B) scarcely
(C) instantly
(D) officially
4.24. Emily tries to eat less to lose ________, but she hates it when she feels hungry.
(A) faith
(B) range
(C) weight
(D) supply
5.25. On the first day of the 3-day holiday, we left very early for our trip to ________ traffic jams.
(A) avoid
(B) lighten
(C) distract
(D) combine
6.26. After playing basketball, Phillip likes to take a hot bath to ________ his muscles.
(A) relax
(B) build
(C) sharp
(D) injure
7.27. Mother’s Day gives us a good ________ to express our love and gratitude to our devoted mothers.
(A) activity
(B) creativity
(C) capability
(D) opportunity
8.28. I was worried about the exam, but it turned out that it was ________ easy and I got very high grades.
(A) previously
(B) occasionally
(C) surprisingly
(D) unfortunately
9.29. By ________, we give red envelops with money inside as a present when attending a wedding.
(A) tradition
(B) situation
(C) decoration
(D) connection
10.30. He used to be a drug addict, but with proper ________, he has made it to quit the habit.
(A) treatment
(B) basement
(C) investment
(D) excitement
11.31. ________ a big baseball fan of Chen Wei-yin, I never miss any of his games.
(A) By
(B) As
(C) With
(D) From
12.32. When you pass through the underpass, sometimes you will see a man in rags ________ for a living.
(A) to beg
(B) begged
(C) begging
(D) are begging
13.33. The shirts ________ from a special fabric that doesn’t leave any wrinkles after you wash it.
(A) made
(B) making
(C) are made
(D) have made
14.34. It has not been decided yet ________ for our four-day family trip.
(A) where we will go
(B) where will we go
(C) will we go abroad
(D) we will go abroad
15.35. I didn’t know what living in the dorm ________ be like as I had lived at home most of the time.
(A) to
(B) will
(C) would
(D) is going to
16.36. The reason why Jenny is popular is ________ she is always willing to offer a helping hand.
(A) for
(B) that
(C) what
(D) when
17.37. Taking notes while you are studying ________ a good way to organize what you read.
(A) is
(B) are
(C) to be
(D) being
18.38. The tsunami was ________ horrible and damaging that the residents would remember it for the rest of their lives.
(A) so
(B) far
(C) both
(D) more
19.39. The teacher caught Kevin ________ his cellphone out during class and took it away.
(A) took
(B) taken
(C) taking
(D) to take
20.40. I can’t find my umbrella. I may ________ it on the bus again.
(A) forget
(B) be forgotten
(C) be forgetting
(D) have forgotten
21.The German musician, Ludwig van Beethoven, showed his musical talents at a very young age. At 7, he was playing publicly. At the age of 17, Beethoven traveled to Vienna for the first time and met Mozart, 41 felt impressed after watching Beethoven play a piece of music that he had given him. Soon, Beethoven became very popular among music lovers in Vienna. Then in 1800, 42 hit Beethoven. He learned that he was slowly becoming deaf. The decline in hearing caused great pain and worry for the genius composer. 43 , he never got too discouraged to stop composing great music. He made a new style of music and composed the famous Fifth Symphony. By 1820, he had become 44 deaf. In spite of the fact that he could not hear a single note, he wrote five piano sonatas, the Missa Solemnis, and the Ninth Symphony. Sadly, in 1827, the great composer died during a thunderstorm. Beethoven is viewed as a musician with vision and his music 45 listeners for generations and will continue to do so for generations to come.
【題組】41.
(A) who
(B) that
(C) in which
(D) by whom
22.【題組】42.
(A) honesty
(B) remedy
(C) tragedy
(D) surgery
23.【題組】43.
(A) Besides
(B) However
(C) Therefore
(D) Likewise
24.【題組】44.
(A) suddenly
(B) presently
(C) relatively
(D) completely
25.【題組】45.
(A) moved
(B) is moving
(C) has moved
(D) is to move
26.
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    The flipped classroom is a pedagogical model in which the typical lecture and homework elements of a course are reversed. Short video lectures are viewed by students at home before the class session, while in-class time is used for exercises, projects, or discussions. The video lecture is often seen as the key ingredient in the flipped approach, such lectures being either created by the teacher and posted online or selected from an online repository. The ease with which video can be accessed and viewed today has made it so commonplace that the flipped model has come to be identified with it. 
    The value of a flipped class is in the use of class time for a workshop where students can ask about lecture content, test their skills in applying knowledge, and interact with one another in hands-on activities. During class sessions, teachers, no longer in their front-of-the-class position, function as coaches or advisors, encouraging students in individual inquiry and collaborative effort. 
    A growing number of higher education individual faculty have begun using the flipped model in their courses. At Algonquin College, for example, a video production class has been using this model to explain the workings of editing software, a procedure that is known as very difficult to explain in a standard lecture. Short tutorial video lectures let students move at their own pace, rewind to review portions, and skip through sections they already understand, meaning students come to class able to use the software and prepared to do creative projects with their classmates. In such a classroom, priorities have undergone a distinctive shift—from merely 
covering material to working toward mastery of it. 
 


【題組】46. In a flipped classroom, what is flipped or reversed?
(A) Kids receive home education rather than schooling.
(B) Students give the lecture and teachers do the homework.
(C) Lectures are listened to or watched at home rather than in class.
(D) Students rather than their teachers take the front-of-the-class position.
27.【題組】47. In a flipped classroom, what is a teacher’s role?
(A) An advisor on the side.
(B) A wise man on the stage.
(C) A partner that cooperates.
(D) A creator of software programs.
28.【題組】48. In a flipped classroom model, which of the following is NOT an in-class activity?
(A) Having group discussions.
(B) Students watching a few videos.
(C) Doing hands-on activities.
(D) Students asking teachers questions.
29.【題組】49. Which of the following is true about the video production class at Algonquin College?
(A) Teachers explain the workings of editing software in class.
(B) The goal is that students can possess mastery of video production.
(C) Students have to watch every suggested video from beginning to end.
(D) Teachers give on-line help to solve problems that students don’t understand.
30.【題組】50. What does the word ‘faculty’ in the third paragraph most likely refer to?
(A) Teachers.
(B) Workshops.
(C) Technologies
(D) Presentations.