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SAT阅读技巧之态度题

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摘要: SAT阅读是SAT考试的重中之重,下面是环球托福为大家整理的SAT阅读技巧之态度题,供学习参考!
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SAT阅读是SAT考试的重中之重,今后,环球托福会按照SAT阅读题型分类来一一介绍每一题型的阅读技巧,下面是环球托福为大家整理的SAT阅读技巧之态度题,供学习参考!
 
SAT阅读技巧之态度题(attitude)

ID:
tone, attitude, reaction, response, feeling, sentiment, expression, view, regard,describe, portray, characterize

Type:
① positive attitude
② negative attitude
③ mixed attitude
 
Solution:
① 从情感态度词和转折句判断态度类型
② 从作者语气辨别字面态度/反语态度
③ 用态度评价原则排除错误选项
  
SAT阅读技巧之态度题
举例示范:
 
Students’ attitude toward NN can best be described as
A.好棒 B.好土 C.好囧 D.好 cuoE.好吃
 
SAT阅读技巧之态度题
文章示范:
 
Questions 8-9  are   based  on  the   following passage.
The science fiction  masterpiece 2001:  A  Space Odyssey~will probably  be  remembered  be~t  for the finely  honed  portrait of  HAL,  the   Heuristically pro-
Line  grammed ALgorithmic   computer  that could   not  only 5 reason but  also experience human feelings and  anxiety.
Surprisingly,  perhaps, computers have  in some ways surpassed writer  Arthur C.  Clarke's and  film director Stanley Kubrick's vision  of  computing  technology
at  the  turn  of  the  millennium. Today's  computers  are lO  vastly smaller and  more portable than   HAL  and  use software interfaces  that  forgo the   type   of  manual controls found  on  the   spaceship that  carded HAL.

8. The author's attitude toward  the   "portrait"  (line  3)  is best characterized as  one  of
(A)  resentment (B)  appreciation (C)  confusion (D)  awe (E)  derision awe: a feeling of great respect usually mixed with fear or wonder.
 
SAT阅读是SAT考试的重中之重,今后,环球托福会按照SAT阅读题型分类来一一介绍每一题型的阅读技巧,下面是环球托福为大家整理的SAT阅读技巧之态度题,供学习参考!
 
SAT阅读技巧之态度题(attitude)
ID:
tone, attitude, reaction, response, feeling, sentiment, expression, view, regard,describe, portray, characterize
Type:
① positive attitude
② negative attitude
③ mixed attitude
 
Solution:
① 从情感态度词和转折句判断态度类型
② 从作者语气辨别字面态度/反语态度
③ 用态度评价原则排除错误选项
 
 
SAT阅读技巧之态度题
举例示范:
 
Students’ attitude toward NN can best be described as
nA.好棒 B.好土 C.好囧 D.好 cuoE.好吃
 
 
SAT阅读技巧之态度题
文章示范:
 
Questions 8-9  are   based  on  the   following passage.
 
The science fiction  masterpiece 2001:  A  Space Odyssey~will probably  be  remembered  be~t  for the finely  honed  portrait of  HAL,  the   Heuristically pro-
Line  grammed ALgorithmic   computer  that could   not  only 5 reason but  also experience human feelings and  anxiety.
 
Surprisingly,  perhaps, computers have  in some ways surpassed writer  Arthur C.  Clarke's and  film director Stanley Kubrick's vision  of  computing  technology
at  the  turn  of  the  millennium. Today's  computers  are lO  vastly smaller and  more portable than   HAL  and  use software interfaces  that  forgo the   type   of  manual controls found  on  the  spaceship that  carded HAL.

8. The author's attitude toward  the   "portrait"  (line  3)  is best characterized as  one  of
(A)  resentment (B)  appreciation (C)  confusion (D)  awe (E)  derision

awe: a feeling of great respect usually mixed with fear or wonder.
 
 SAT阅读技巧之态度题
文章示范:
 
Questions 13-25  are   based  on  the   following passage.This  passage is  excerpted from  a  novel  published in  1970.As the  passage begins, four men are  looking at a map in preparation for a canoe  trip.
 
It unrolled slowly, forced to show its colors, curling and snapping back whenever one  of  us  turned loose. The whole  land was  very  tense  until  we  put  our  four steins on Line  its  corners and  laid the  river  out to run  for us  through the  mountains   150 miles north.  Lewis' hand  took  a  pencil and  marked out  a  small strong X  in a  place where  some  of  the  green  bled  away and the  paper  changed  with  high  ground, and began to work downstream,  northeast  to  southwest  through the  printed woods.  I watched  the hand rather than the location, for it seemed to have power over  the  terrain, and when it stopped for Lewis'  voice to explain something, it was as  though  all  streams everywhere quit  running,  hanging  silently where they  were to let the  point be made. The pencil turned over and pretended to sketch in with  the  eraser an area that  must have  been  around  fifty miles long,  through which  the   river hooked  and  cramped. "When they   take another survey and  rework  the  map,"  Lewis  said,  "all  this  in here will be blue. The dam at Aintry has  already been started, and when it's finished next spring the  river will back up fast. This  whole  valley will be under  water. But right now it's wild. And I mean wild; it looks like something  up in Alaska. We really ought to go up there before the real estate  people get  hold of it and    make it over  into one  of  their  heavens."
I leaned forward and  concentrated down into the   invisible shape  he  had  drawn,trying to  see  the  changes  that would  come,  the   nighttime rising  of  dammed  water bringing a new lake up with  its choice lots, its marinas and beer  cans, and also trying to visualize the  land  as  Lewis  said it was  at that moment, unvisited and  free. I breathed in and out once,  consciously; my body, particularly  the  back and arms,  felt ready  for something  like this. I looked   around  the  bar and then  back  into  the map, picking up the  river where we would enter it. A  little way to the southwest the  paper blanched.
"Does  this mean it's higher here?" I asked.
Yes,  Lewis  said,  looking quickly at  me  to  see  if I saw he  was being   tolerant. Ah, he's  going  to turn  this into something,  I thought. A  lesson.  A  moral. A  life
principle. A  Way.
"It must  run  through  a  gorge  or  something"  was  all  he  said  though.  "But  we can get  through that in a day, easy. And the  water should be good,  in that part especially." I didn't have  much idea what  good meant  in the  way of  river water, but  for it
to seem good to Lewis  it would have  to meet  some very  definite standards. The way he went  about  things  was strictly  his own; that was mainly  what he liked about  doing them.  He liked particularly  to take some extremely specialized  and  difficult form
5o of  sport--usually one he could  do by himself--and  evolve a personal  approach to it which he could  then  expound.  I had been  through this  with  him  in fly casting, in archery and weight lifting and spelunking,  in all of  which he had developed complete mystiques. Now  it was canoeing. I settled  back  and  came out  of  the   map.
Bobby Trippe was there, across from me. He had smooth thin hair and a high  pink complexion. I knew him least  well  of  the  others at the  table, but I liked him a good deal, even  so. He was pleasantly cynical and  gave  me  the impression  that he shared some kind of understanding with  me that neither of us was to take Lewis too  seriously.
"They  tell me  that this  is the  kind  of  thing  that  gets hold  of  middle-class householders every  once in a while," Bobby said. "But most of  them just lie down till the   feeling passes."
"And when most  of  them  lie down they're at Woodlawn*  before they   think  about getting  up,"  Lewis  said.
*  A  cemetery.

19.   Lewis' use  of  the   word "heavens" (line 24)  is  best characterized as
(A)  appreciative
(B)  deceitful
(C)  tentative
(D)  defensive
(E)  ironic
 
2. Strategy for SPP 
Quantity: 1
Format: P1 & P2 + 4~5 Qs
 Word count: 250-300/P1&P2
 Required time: 5-6 mins
① Read P1 & P2 and take BRIEF notes;
A. read 1st sentence, last sentence and the sentences indicating change carefully; B. judge the relationship btw 2 Ps: oppose (考查最多)/support/loosely related
② Read a question (clue words; type);
③ Scrutinize options;
④ Select the best choice.

 SPP  (short paired passages)
 
今后,环球托福会按照SAT阅读题型分类来一一介绍每一题型的阅读技巧,今天,是环球托福为大家整理的SAT阅读技巧之态度题。更多精彩技巧详解,尽情期待环球托福!