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Exercises. ENTER. Contents. Extension. Oral work  Quiz  Writing . Oral Work. List Group discussion Debating. Oral Work. Discussion: 1. What is the author’s point? 2. How many angels can dance on the head of a pin?

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  1. Exercises ENTER

  2. Contents Extension • Oral work • Quiz • Writing

  3. Oral Work • List • Group discussion • Debating

  4. Oral Work Discussion: 1. What is the author’s point? 2. How many angels can dance on the head of a pin? 3. How can you break through the fears and blocks that inhibit creativity? 4. Imagine yourself to be the student and describe your experience of the exam. Brainstorm in groups . The end of group discussion.

  5. Oral Work Debating: Perhaps we should ask ourselves whether we are always asking the right questions. This is a common problem. Many questions are complicated and require careful analysis. We cannot easily give true-or-false or yes-or-no answers. In fact, often the questions are wrong in the first place. Please debate whether these questions are right: When can we give every Chinese a car? How can we make machines work for us so that we do not have to work at all? The end of Debating.

  6. Quiz • List • Quiz 1 • Quiz 2

  7. Quiz 1 1. A forced kindness ___no thanks. A. requests B. deserves C. deserts D. awards 2. Jacky has always been ___to blue-eyed girls. A. part B. particular C. partial D. parted Key: B. deserve意思为“应受到,值得”,常跟名词,动名词,动词不定式。表示被动意义时,动词不定式要用被动式,动名词用主动式,如:deserve to be looked after/deserve looking after。 Key: C. part部分;particular特别的;parted分开的。 To be continued on the next page.

  8. Quiz 1 3. The ___of men to women in the union has changed a lot since 1980. A. portion B. proportion C. rate D. ratio 4. The drawing isn’t ___; the car is larger than the house. A. on proportion B. in proportion C. out of proportion D. as proportion Key:B. proportion指事物在大小、重要性等方面的比较关 系或比例;portion与part近义,指“部分”;rate比率; ratio指事物之间的数字比,倍数比。 Key: B. out of proportion不成比例,题干中已有not,故不 选。 To be continued on the next page.

  9. Quiz 1 5. With the introduction of ___technology, information flows faster than it ever did. A. involved B. complicated C. sophisticated D. complex Key: C. 这一组词均含“复杂的”之意。complex的复杂含有使人糊涂之意;complicated理论上要比complex还复杂,但不包括confusing的内涵;involved源自其动词involve,指因牵扯面广而引起的复杂,带有我们说的盘根错节的意味;sophisticated的复杂,侧重点在精密、先进,也就是我们所谓的高精尖。 To be continued on the next page.

  10. Quiz 1 6. Although he was on a diet, the food___ him enormously. [CET-6,1997.1] A. inspired B. tempted C. overcame D. encouraged Key: B. inspire一位“鼓舞,激发”,多指“勇气,信心,发明”等,tempt意为“引诱,诱惑”,多指“激起欲望”;overcome意为“克服,战胜”;encourage是“鼓励”的意思。 The end of Quiz 1.

  11. Quiz 2 Fill in the blanks with the following expressions: in principle, be about to, dash off, make off, throw into panic, rather than, blame for, point out, work out, be fed up with 1) I think I’ll have a cold drink ___coffee. 2) She ___ a letter to her mother. 3) She ___ him ___the failure of their marriage. 4) I ___ regularly to keep fit. 5) She ___ set up shop as a bookseller in the High Street. To be continued on the next page.

  12. Quiz 2 6) I am fed up with your fantastic imagination. 7) There’s no reason ___why people couldn’t travel to Mars. 8) I must ___ that further delay would be unwise. 9) As I ___ say you interrupted me. 10) I ___ when I found the door was locked. 11) We have ___the playing area ___with a white line. To be continued on the next page. W B T L E

  13. Quiz 2 Key: 1) rather than 2) dashed off 3) blamed, for 4) work out 5) set up 6) am fed up with 7) in principle 8) point out 9) was about to 10) was threw into panic 11) marked, off W B T L E The end of Quiz 2.

  14. Writing 1. For more than a decade, the American Creativity Association has been a primary resource for learning and applying creativity, innovation, problem-solving, and ideation theory, tools, and techniques. ACA offers a global network of creative professionals in disciplines ranging from business and industry to education and the arts. ACA's collective expertise provides a wide range of problem-solving methods, from simple idea-capture techniques to complex problem-solving methodologies. Above all, our members enjoy and benefit from personal interaction with top experts in the fields of creativity and innovation worldwide. What do you think of ACA? Give your own opinion. To be continued on the next page.

  15. Writing 2. A report indicates nowadays more and more students are becoming lazy and unsociable. Give the reason for this and offer your proposals. To be continued on the next page.

  16. Writing • steps for boosting creativity: • 1) Listen to music by Johann Sebastian Bach. If Bach doesn't make you more creative, you should probably see your doctor — or your brain surgeon if you are also troubled by headaches, hallucinations or strange urges in the middle of the night. • 2) Brainstorm. If properly carried out, brainstorming can help you not only come up with sacks full of new ideas, but can help you decide which is best. • 3) Always carry a small notebook and a pen or pencil around with you. That way, if you are struck by an idea, you can quickly note it down. Upon rereading your notes, you may discover about 90% of your ideas are daft. Don't worry, that's normal. What's important are the 10% that are brilliant. To be continued on the next page.

  17. Writing 4) If you're stuck for an idea, open a dictionary, randomly select a word and then try to formulate ideas incorporating this word. You'd be surprised how well this works. The concept is based on a simple but little known truth: Freedom inhibits creativity. There are nothing like restrictions to get you thinking. 5) Define your problem. Grab a sheet of paper, electronic notebook, computer or whatever you use to make notes, and define your problem in detail. You'll probably find ideas positively spewing out once you've done this. 6) If you can't think, go for a walk. A change of atmosphere is good for you and gentle exercise helps shake up the brain cells. To be continued on the next page.

  18. Writing 7) Don't watch TV. Experiments performed by the JPB Creative Laboratory show that watching TV causes your brain to slowly trickle out your ears and/or nose. It's not pretty, but it happens. 8) Don't do drugs. People on drugs think they are creative. To everyone else, they seem like people on drugs. 9) Read as much as you can about everything possible. Books exercise your brain, provide inspiration and fill you with information that allows you to make creative connections easily. 10)Exercise your brain. Brains, like bodies, need exercise to keep fit. If you don't exercise your brain, it will get flabby and useless. To be continued on the next page.

  19. Writing How much do you agree or disagree with these opinions. Give your own opinions. The end of writing.

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