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國 立 師 大 附 中 九十七 學 年 度 第 一 學 期 第 二 次 期 中 考 高 二 英 文 科

LISTENING SECTION

I. Best Response (4%)

Choose the best response to each question or statement. 1. (A) No, we can prepare for our move.

(B) No, we can keep it and fix it up. (C) No, we don’t have enough paint. (D) No, we don’t have large tires. 2. (A) There isn’t anything to cook with.

(B) There aren’t enough customers now. (C) There is water all over the menu. (D) There are so many delicious items. 3. (A) Because I didn’t pass the entrance exam.

(B) Because I took the bus to the concert. (C) Because I didn’t have any rice for lunch. (D) Because I wrote the longest term paper. 4. (A) I hope you found what you wanted.

(B) You’ll do better next time if you study. (C) That must have been so embarrassing. (D) That’s why I don’t take the bus anymore. II. Short Conversations (4%)

Listen to the conversations. Then choose the best answer for each question. 5. (A) To meet family expectations.

(B) To be better than her brother. (C) To beat classmates’ expectations. (D) To be the best in her school. 6. (A) It will be hot and tiring.

(B) It will be easy and boring. (C) It will be hard work but fun. (D) It will be cheap and exciting. 7. (A) Movies about historical presidents.

(B) Introduction of American political parties. (C) Stories about American female presidents. (D) News about the people running for election. 8. (A) It has a large gift shop.

(B) It has a lot of visitors.

(C) It has a large number of paintings. (D) It has a rummage sale on paintings. III. Short Talk (2%)

Listen to the passage. Then choose the best answer for each question. 9. (A) She cared about teens with problems.

(B) She has always wanted to be a writer. (C) She was a student in a violent school. (D) She is now an elementary school principal. 10. (A) LouAnne Johnson is the star of the movie.

(B) It tells a story that really happened. (C) The movie was filmed in East Paolo Alto. (D) It used real students instead of actors.

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READING SECTION

I. Multiple Choice (Vocabulary and Phrases) (10%)

11. The organization earned most of its ____ from advertisements on its website.

(A) revenue (B) policy (C) insurance (D) license 12. The movie is a(n) _____ of a classical Chinese novel. The end of the story is slightly changed.

(A) courtesy (B) undertaking (C) possession (D) adaptation 13. I am really ______ to my parents for their endless love and sacrifice for me.

(A) ingenious (B) nutritious (C) intimidating (D) grateful 14. The nurse told me to put some ice on my sore muscle to help _____ the pain.

(A) enrich (B) munch (C) donate (D) alleviate

15. My mother ______ took my cell phone away and pretended that she didn’t see it.

(A) traditionally (B) accidentally (C) essentially (D) deliberately 16. Many tourists are fascinated by the beauty of the remote mountain village.

(A) compassionate (B) rustic (C) elementary (D) cautious 17. The police was believed to have _____ the evidence to bring a murder charge against the man.

(A) offended (B) assisted (C) manipulated (D) scolded 18. An honor award was presented to Mr. Chen for his outstanding _____ in medical research.

(A) complications (B) fractions (C) routes (D) accomplishments 19. The filmmaker is working on a _____ about the success of the Olympic gold medal winner.

(A) ballot (B) hurdle (C) scrap (D) documentary

20. It was my first solo show, and I was lucky because everything _____ for me.

(A) fell into place (B) fell all over itself (C) fell short (D) fell by the wayside II. Cloze Test (30%)

(1) At a Chinese restaurant in America

American: Wow! The dishes on the menu all look great to me. They are __21__ me away my diet. Chinese: Forget your diet. You deserve a good meal after a tiring day.

American: You’re right! Andy, you are Chinese. Tell me if you think this restaurant serves __22__ Chinese food? Chinese: Well, I am not sure if they are genuine, but I can tell you that a __23__ of food here is much bigger than the

one back home.

American: Ha! That’s probably because Americans have bigger __24__. And I especially enjoy the __25__ cookies which are crispy and sweet and inside is a small piece of paper which tells about your luck ahead.

21. (A) spilling (B) peeking (C) grueling (D) luring 22. (A) cafeteria (B) gravy (C) authentic (D) favorite 23. (A) portion (B) fridge (C) slumber (D) variety 24. (A) semester (B) appetites (C) apron (D) pint

25. (A) scary (B) mercy (C) picky (D) fortune

(2) An apple provides many health benefits. Research shows that the antioxidants __26___ inside an apple lower the risk of heart disease and cancer. Apples, especially their peels, contain high concentrations of __27__ nutrients. Apples can also help with weight loss because they are low in calories and fat __28__ high in fiber, which is __29__ gives you that “full” feeling. They even can assist with aging issues by helping prevent wrinkles and __30__ hair growth. So eat an apple or more a day and keep the doctor away.

26. (A) contained (B) containing (C) which contained (D) are contained 27. (A) cancer-fighting (B) cancer-fought (C) stress-related (D) stress-relating 28. (A) yet (B) however (C) but also (D) in addition

29. (A) which (B) why (C) what (D) the one

30. (A) reducing (B) avoiding (C) scaling (D) promoting

(3) Plastic surgery offers some people a second chance to lead a normal life. For example, children born with birth defects like a cleft palate will definitely __31__ from life-changing plastic surgery, and so will burn victims and people

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who have battled deforming diseases. __32__, as more and more people pursue plastic surgery as a means to increase self-confidence, it also confirms that we have become a society of superficial people. __33__ we spend large sums of money to shorten noses and get face-lifts certainly speaks of finding our self-worth in how we look. It was reported in

Glamour magazine that a 25-year-old woman sought to get her navel __34__. Isn’t it ridiculous? In a rush to look more

attractive, many forget that surgery has its risks—nerve damage, chronic pain or even death. Besides, the surgery may not produce the desired effects, __35__ even more surgery to fix them!

31. (A) suffer (B) benefit (C) prevent (D) differ 32. (A) However (B) Moreover (C) Instead (D) Therefore

33. (A) That (B) For (C) So (D) Though

34. (A) remove (B) to remove (C) removing (D) removed 35. (A) resulting from (B) resulted from (C) resulting in (D) resulted in

(4) One lovely summer day in 1948, a Swiss inventor, George de Mestral, decided to take his dog for a nature hike. He and his faithful companion both returned home __36__ with burrs. With a burning curiosity, Mestral examined one of the burrs under his microscope and found tiny hooks on the end of it. He raised his head from the microscope and smiled, thinking, “I will __37__ a unique, two-sided fastener, one side with stiff hooks like the burrs and __38__ side with soft loops like the fabric of my pants. It will rival the zipper in its ability to fasten.” Together with a weaver, Mestral perfected his hook and loop fastener and __39__ a patent for it in 1951. The inventor formed Velcro Industries to manufacture his invention, selling over sixty million yards of Velcro per year. Today it is a multi-million dollar industry—and it all began with a leisurely walk and a curious mind. Without Mestral’s curiosity, this amazing product __40__.

36. (A) covered (B) flooded (C) packed (D) crowded 37. (A) resemble (B) transplant (C) inspire (D) design 38. (A) another (B) other (C) the other (D) the others 39. (A) applied for (B) based on (C) looked to (D) adjusted to

40. (A) hadn’t made (B) hadn’t been made (C) wouldn’t be made (D) couldn’t have been made

(5) Success in marketing is very true of Starbucks. The success of Starbucks is based on __41__ ideas. In 1982, Howard Schultz joined the company and after a trip to Milan, Italy, he suggested that the company __42__ coffee and espresso drinks as well as beans. The most significant act of Starbucks, __43__, is its engaging in fair trade coffee which is to help developing countries. Starbucks purchases coffee from certified __44__ who have paid the farmers a fair price. Thus, Starbucks promotes not only a nice cup of __45__ coffee but also a cross-country duty.

41. (A) civilization (B) socialization (C) neutralization (D) globalization 42. (A) sold (B) sell (C) had sold (D) should have sold 43. (A) though (B) for example (C) at times (D) but

44. (A) importers (B) clients (C) customers (D) correspondents 45. (A) brewed (B) brewing (C) to-be-brewed (D) brew

(6) Sitting on the Greyhound heading for the sunbathed Florida, Vingo felt no joy but worry. All the passengers on board wore happy and warm smiles __46__ Vingo, who was frozen into a cocoon of silence. After four long years as a jailbird in New York, he was finally released and a free man again. However, __47__, not knowing whether his adorable wife and lovely kids still remembered him. Since he had __48__ that his wife not write him a letter, doubts kept popping up his mind: “Maybe they have moved away; maybe my kids have a new dad; maybe my wife is now in the arms of another man.” Vingo was tormented by all these questions; he felt __49__ he were a bird in a cage, which could only see the berries but could not fly to them. As the bus drove into his hometown, all these doubts turned out to be a false alarm. Vingo was __50__ by the yellow ribbons tied on the old oak tree. There were hundreds of thousands of yellow ribbons, which were expressive of his family’s love for him.

46. (A) beside (B) besides (C) except (D) for 47. (A) it seemed like he was still imprisoned (B) he seemed that he was imprisoned

(C) he seemed to imprison (D) it seems he is imprisoned

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49. (A) what if (B) only if (C) as if (D) even if

50. (A) masked (B) rooted (C) accessed (D) greeted

III. Reading Comprehension (24%)

(1) Intelligence has given humankind a distinct advantage over other creatures. However, the evolution of our intelligence has left biologist Dr. Tadeusz Kawecki asking the question, “If it is so great to be smart, why have most animals remained dumb?”

In fact, learning can sometimes be a dangerous thing because it takes time and energy. For example, birds are not born knowing how to make use of their main evolutionary advantage: the ability to fly. And the longer it takes to learn, the more likely a baby bird is to be an easy target for predators. According to Dr. Kawecki, each species evolves to a point where the costs and benefits of learning are equal. Thus, an animal only learns what its environment requires it to.

Now we have an idea of why animals don’t continue to learn, but if our roles were reversed, what would animals test us on? Dogs may test our sense of smell and ability to remember terrain. In those sorts of tests, we would surely fail when compared to our canine counterparts. Then, they might look at us and ask, “What is the point of human intelligence?” 51. What is the main purpose of this article?

(A) To point out the survival advantage of birds and dogs. (B) To look at how birds escape from their enemies.

(C) To prove the sense of smell is not as important as we thought. (D) To discuss why animals have not become as smart as humans. 52. According to the article, which of the following is true about learning?

(A) The more an animal learn, the less danger it will encounter. (B) Animals learn what is necessary for their survival.

(C) Many animals stop learning because they like something more challenging.

(D) Animals should spend more time and energy on learning because it’s the only way to survive. 53. What is the closest meaning of “predators” in this article?

(A) friends (B) parents (C) enemies (D) survivors

(2) In China, its “one-child” policy gives rise to an unprecedented generation of single child. Across the strait in Taiwan, there is no one-child policy, but a modern trend towards single-child families has appeared. Young couples are marrying later, having children later, and having fewer children in total.

In the past, families with many children benefited from having many hands to work on the farm. However,

industrialization changed the situation. Today, couples are discouraged from having children by the unwelcome costs of raising a child.

With fewer children being born, parent-child relations are changing. Experts have found that parents may take excessive care of their only child. They feel a lot of anxiety about their child’s health, fearing even the most common childhood diseases. They are also overly concerned about their child’s behavior, but at the same time are more prone to give way to the child’s desires. Although all the resources at the parents’ disposal can be focused on the child’s success, parents tend to sacrifice their own happiness to afford further advantages for their child.

54. Which of the following has been a cause of the low birthrate in Taiwan?

(A) The difficulty of life in the countryside. (B) The effects of Taiwan’s own one-child policy. (C) Changes in children’s behavior and desires. (D) The money required to raise children.

55. What is NOT something parents are now doing in single-child families?

(A) Worrying a lot when the child becomes ill. (B) Letting the child have whatever he or she wants. (C) Sacrificing the child’s happiness and future. (D) Giving up their own dreams for the child.

(3) A recent report in the journal Cell describes a new drug called AICAR, which could someday let us enjoy the

benefits of exercise without moving a muscle. “We have exercise in a pill,” says researcher Ron Evans. “With no exercise, you can take a drug and chemically mimic it.”

Designed to help patients who are unable to exercise because of medical problems, AICAR simulates exercise, burns fat and helps improve endurance. It may also offer a potential treatment for suffers of diabetes because it stimulates muscle activity that helps remove sugar from the blood.

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Unfortunately, AICAR also has several drawbacks. For starters, it only simulates aerobic exercise; it does not help make muscles stronger. Laurie Goodyear, of Boston’s Joslin Diabetes Center, also cautions that exercise has such widespread benefits that it is unlikely any one will ever be able to replace them all. “For the majority of people,” says Goodyear, “it would be better to do exercise than take a pill.”

Perhaps the biggest drawback, for now, is that AICAR has only been tested on mice. 56. Which of the following statements is NOT TRUE?

(A) AICAR, for starters, not only simulates aerobic exercise but also helps strengthen muscles.

(B) AICAR has a couple of drawbacks, and the main one is that so far it has only been tested on mice. (C) AICAR is developed to help people who are unable to exercise because of certain health problems. (D) AICAR might realize the possibility that we get the benefits of exercise while we do not move a bit.

(4) By adopting a few simple techniques, parents who read to their children can substantially increase their children’s language development. It’s surprising, but true. How parents talk to their children makes a big difference in the children’s language development. If a parent encourages the child to actively respond to what the parent is reading, the child’s language skills increase.

A study was done with two-to-three-year-old children and their parents. Half of the thirty children participated in the experimental study; the other half acted as the control group. In the experimental group the parents were given a two-hour training session in which they were taught to ask open-ended questions rather than yes/no questions. For example, the parent should ask, “What is the doggie doing?” rather than “Is the doggie running away?” Experimental parents were also instructed in how to expand on their children’s answers, how to suggest alternative possibilities and how to praise correct answers.

At the beginning of the study, the children did not differ on measures of language development, but at the end of one month, the children in the experimental group tested 5.5 months ahead of the control group on a test of verbal expression and vocabulary. Nine months later, the children in the experimental group still showed an advance of 6 months over the children in the control group.

57. Which of the following can be inferred from this passage?

(A) Children who talk a lot are more intelligent. (B) Parents who listen to their children can teach them more. (C) Active children should read more. (D) Verbal ability can easily be improved.

58. What conclusion is best supported by this passage? (A) Parents should be trained to read to their children. (B) The more children read, the more intelligent they become.

(C) Children’s language skills increase when they are required to respond actively. (D) Children who read actively act six months older.

(5) Elizabeth Barret Browning was born in 1806 in Durham England. She was a sickly child and during this time of poor health and little association with others she found the escape of reading philosophy, history, and literatures as her only true escape. In 1838 the Barret family moved to London and six years after the move, Elizabeth published her first poetry book called Poems, which brought her instant recognition as a poet and also caught the eye of another poet named Robert Browning. After reading the poems he started to correspond with her and subsequently he started courting her. The courtship was to remain a secret due to opposition from Elizabeth's domineering father. Elizabeth and Robert married in 1846 and traveled to Italy, where they stayed for most of their lives and it was where their son was born.

Elizabeth Browning was very active in the politics of Italy and championed the cause of Italian liberation from Austria. The Browning house "Casa Guidi" in Florence is preserved as a memorial for her efforts. Italy was very agreeable to Elizabeth, and her health improved greatly. Her greatest work, Sonnets from the Portuguese (1850), was inspired by her love for her husband and the story of their relationship. Casa Guidi Windows (1851), inspired by the Italian liberation movement, and Aurora Leigh (1857), which was a novel in verse, are also her well-known works.

Elizabeth Browning died in 1861. Her life was marked with great success as a poet and she had obtained far more fame than her husband Robert, but most modern scholars when looking at Elizabeth Barret Browning also look at her life and relationship with Robert. Her Sonnets from the Portuguese is no less than a collection of love letters to her husband and it is hard to separate her poetry from her loving relationship with her husband.

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59. Elizabeth Barret Browning was reading philosophy and literature when she was young because _____. (A) her boyfriend asked her to explore the world of literatures

(B) her domineering father wanted her to become a great poet (C) she had to make her living by writing poems in London (D) she was eager to flee away from cruel reality of being sick

60. The word “championed” in the second paragraph is similar in meaning to _____.

(A) supported (B) won (C) daunted (D) sympathized 61. Which of the following statements about Elizabeth Barret Browning is NOT TRUE?

(A) She used to be a political activist in the independence of Italy from Austria. (B) Elizabeth’s father at first disagreed on her daughter’s date with Robert Browning. (C) Elizabeth and Robert Browning settled down in Florence after they moved to Italy. (D) Her Sonnets from the Portuguese collects the love letters she received from her husband. 62. After reading this article, we can infer that _____.

(A) Robert Browning didn’t make considerable impacts on Elizabeth Browning’s life. (B) Robert Browning was not so much a great poet as a political enthusiast.

(C) one cannot research on Elizabeth Browning without seeing into her love with Robert (D) Elizabeth Browning always lived in the shadow of her husband throughout her life

WRITTEN SECTION

I. Vocabulary & Derivatives (12%)

63. I often feel lonely and melancholy during my boyfriend’s a e. 64. Julia is such a _______(stun) beauty that Romeo can’t live without her. 65. The little boy was very sad to see his snowman slowly t wing in the sun. 66. P sed food usually contains preservatives and will do harm to our health.

67. It is said that the Vikings may have d red America long before Christopher Columbus. 68. The learning of a second language is often compared to a baby’s a n of its mother tongue. 69. The old man suffered greatly while he was alive, so let us hope his s l is now at peace with God.

70. The excited fans gazed in a n at Ethan as he walked on the catwalk, thinking he was the brightest model there. 71. Awoken by a ring at two in the morning, Jack d y slid out from his bed and grumbled as he went for his phone. 72. The Passover is one of the three important f s for Jews. Three foods were to be eaten during Passover-- the lamb,

the matzo and the bitter herbs.

73. She tried to look grateful, but her disappointment was o s. She managed a faint smile and rapidly put away the present without even a look at it.

74. The thief told the police he had suffered the e y of being poor and hungry for three months. He had no choice but to steal a loaf of bread at the store.

II. Translation (14%)

75. 理論上,蜘蛛絲可以使飛行中的噴射機停下來,因為它比最堅韌的人造材質 Kevlar 還要強韌。(2%) _______________, spider silk can stop a flying jet, for it is stronger than Kevlar—the toughest _______________. 76. 經常向我們的父母要錢是多麼羞赧的事啊!! (2%)

_______________ it is to usually _______________ our parents!!

77. Google 行動地圖給使用者接觸衛星影像的管道。它和全球定位系統聯結時功能最為完美。(2%)

Google Mobile Maps gives users _______________ satellite images. Its function is most perfect when _________ _____ the global positioning system.

78. 選舉結果公布就如大多選民所期待的;巴拉克‧歐巴馬要從小布希接手成為美國第一位黑人總統。(2%) The result of the election _______________ as most of the voters had expected; Barack Obama is to

_______________ from George W. Bush and be America’s first black president. 79. 三個染髮的少年正說著帶台灣腔的英文。(3%)

______________________________________________________________________________________________

80. 眼淚滾下我的臉頰,我幾乎無法閱讀我在坐牢的先生的信。(S1 + V-ing…, S2 + V….) (3%)

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國立師大附中九十七學年度第一學期第二次期中考 高二英文科 答案卷

Class: No.: Name:

WRTITTEN SECTION

I. Vocabulary & Derivatives (12%)【請注意題號及答題順序,答題順序錯誤不算分】

63. Æ 64. 65.

66. 67. 68.

69. 70. 71.

72. 73. 74.

II. Translation (14%) 【每格不限填一字】

75. (1%) (1%)

76. (1%) (1%)

77. (1%) (1%)

78. (1%) (1%)

79. (3%)

80. (3%)

國立師大附中九十七學年度第一學期第二次期中考 高二英文科 答案卷

Class: No.: Name:

WRTITTEN SECTION

I. Vocabulary & Derivatives (12%)【請注意題號及答題順序,答題順序錯誤不算分】

63. Æ 64. 65.

66. 67. 68.

69. 70. 71.

72. 73. 74.

II. Translation (14%) 【每格不限填一字】

75. (1%) (1%)

76. (1%) (1%)

77. (1%) (1%)

78. (1%) (1%)

79. (3%)

80. (3%)

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國立師大附中九十七學年度第一學期第二次期中考 高二英文科 答案

LISTENING SECTION

1-5

BDACA

6-10

CDCAB

READING SECTION

11-15

ADDDD

16-20

BCDDA

21-25

DCABD

26-30

AAACD

31-35

BAADC

36-40

ADCAD

41-45 DBAAA

46-50 CABCD

51-55 DBCDC

56-62 ADCDADC (2% for each)

WRITTEN SECTION

I. Vocabulary (12%)【請注意題號及答題順序,答題順序錯誤不算分】

63.

absence

64.

stunning

65.

thawing

66.

Processed 67.

discovered

68.

acquisition

69.

soul

70.

admiration

71.

drowsily

72.

feasts 73.

obvious

74.

extremity

II. Guided Translation (7%) 【每格不限填一字】

75. In theory / Theoretically man-mad material / artificial material

76. How embarrassing

ask money of

77. access to associated with / linked to

78. came through take over

79. Three teenagers with dyed hair are speaking English with a Taiwanese accent.

80. Tears rolling down my cheeks, I could hardly read the letter from my husband in jail.

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I. Best Response: Choose the best response to each question or statement. 1. Should we get rid of this old bicycle? (10/22-23)

A. No, we can prepare for our move. B. No, we can keep it and fix it up. C. No, we don’t have enough paint. D. No, we don’t have large tires. 2. The menu is filled with many mouthwatering choices. (10/27-28)

A. There isn’t anything to cook with. B. There aren’t enough customers now. C. There is water all over the menu. D. There are so many delicious items. 3. Why do you feel like you are a failure? (11/5)

A. Because I didn’t pass the entrance exam. B. Because I took the bus to the concert. C. Because I didn’t have any rice for lunch. D. Because I wrote the longest term paper. 4. I accidentally walked into the wrong bathroom! (11/17-18)

A. I hope you found what you wanted. B. You’ll do better next time if you study. C. That must have been so embarrassing. D. That’s why I don’t take the bus anymore. II. Short Conversations: Listen to the conversations. Then choose the best answer for each question. 5. (11/7-8)

M: Are you still studying? You should take a break. W: I can’t. I need to improve my grade in math. M: You’re doing so well in all your other subjects. W: I don’t want to disappoint my parents.

M: You always work so hard to live up to their expectations. Q: Why does the girl study so hard?

A. To meet family expectations. B. To be better than her brother. C. To beat classmates’ expectations. D. To be the best in her school. 6. (10/24-25)

M: What are you doing this weekend, Sherry?

W: I’m taking a group of disabled children to the amusement park. M: Wow! That’s quite an ambitious undertaking.

W: I know, but I really like being with the children, and there will be other helpers, too. M: Well, I hope you have a good time.

Q: What will the woman’s trip to the amusement park probably be like?

A. It will be hot and tiring. B. It will be easy and boring. C. It will be hard work but fun. D. It will be cheap and exciting. 7. (11/4)

W: Have you been watching the election news? M: Yes. This is a historical presidential election.

W: Obama is the first black presidential candidate in American history.

M: Also, Sarah Palin is the first female candidate for vice president since 1984. W: It will be exciting to see who wins.

Q: What have the man and woman been watching?

A. Movies about historical presidents. B. Introduction of American political parties. C. Stories about American female presidents. D. News about the people running for election. 8. (11/19-21)

M: This museum is a fascinating place. W: I love to look at the ancient art.

M: Me too! There are numerous paintings and pieces of carved jade. W: They are so fine and beautiful.

M: You can learn a lot about ancient life from them. Q: What does the man say about the museum?

A. It has a large gift shop. B. It has a lot of visitors.

C. It has a large number of paintings. D. It has a rummage sale on paintings.. III. Short Talk: Listen to the passage. Then choose the best answer for each question.

(For questions 9-10) (11/12-13)

LouAnne Johnson is an American writer and teacher. She is famous for working with at-risk students in big cities, like East Palo Alto, California, where she worked at a school troubled by drugs and violence. Her efforts have changed the lives of many students, and led them to accomplish many things. While some students died from violence or illness, many went on to fulfill the requirements for graduation or earn a GED. The movie Dangerous Minds is based on Johnson’s experiences there. Many other schools around America, including both elementary schools and junior highs, have adopted principles from her books.

9. What is true of LouAnne Johnson?

A. She cared about teens with problems. B. She has always wanted to be a writer. C. She was a student in a violent school. D. She is now an elementary school principal. 10. What is true of the movie Dangerous Minds?

A. LouAnne Johnson is the star of the movie. B. It tells a story that really happened. C. The movie was filmed in East Paolo Alto. D. It used real students instead of actors.

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