国家主席习近平曾经在新年贺词中提到"我们都在努力奔跑, 我们都是追梦人"。最近, 你班就"我们的梦想"展开了一次讨论。下面是你们小组的谈论情况汇总, 请根据所给要点写一篇100词左右的英语短文, 向英语校刊投稿：
1. Simon, 想当音乐家, 很有音乐天赋, 曾经创作了具有地方特色音乐并获奖；
2. Helen, 比起做导演更想当演员, 她校戏剧社担任主角, 2018年首次亮相荧屏；
3.Peter, 想去亚洲其他国家旅游, 比如世界第二人口大国印度, 印度以IT业而闻名；
4.你, 想做一名医生, 拯救更多的人, 特别是像现在出现新冠疫情能投身第一线。我将把我的一生致力于医生。让人民过上更好的生活。
Recently, we have held a discussion to talk about our dreams. Here is the report about our ideas_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
The World Declaration on Education for All (1990)(《全民教育世界宣言》) was mainly about how necessary it is to provide education for all children, youth and adults. It meets their needs and useful skills to their lives. They believe that good quality education, provided by trained teachers, is the right of all children, youth and adults. The basic skills, knowledge, values and attitudes should be included. What's more, creative thinking, problem solving and lifelong learning abilities are also important.
Teachers are important for improving learning. People all know this. They have a powerful influence on the quality of student learning. However, many countries, especially the developing countries, are short of qualified(合格的) teachers—in 1/3 of countries with data, less than 3/4 of teachers are trained to national standards. By 2030, 28 countries will not have enough primary school teachers and over 3.4 million new primary teachers will be needed. Also, teachers are paid poorly. Teacher payment is below US$10 per day in 8 countries.
Quality learning is important and necessary for meeting people's basic needs. It's also necessary for development of the countries. All young people need to learn in active ways. However, 124 million of the children across the world are out of school and 250 million are not learning basic skills as a result of poor quality education. According to a research, 38% of children are not learning the basics in reading and math. And over one-half of them have spent 4 years in school.
Luckily, many countries have realized the importance of quality education and pay great attention to it. There are even some organizations trying to help girls, children with disabilities and children living in poor areas to get an education.
1.What did The World Declaration on Education for All (1990) tell us?
A.It's necessary to provide education. B.It's useful to learn some skills.
C.It's important to be creative. D.It's necessary to have qualified teachers.
2.What's the problem in developing countries?
A.They pay no attention to quality education. B.They are short of well-trained teachers.
C.Young people have learnt too many basic skills. D.The teachers get well paid.
3.What does the underlined word "this" mean in Paragraph 2?
A.The importance of learning. B.The importance of education.
C.The importance of teachers. D.The importance of basic skills.
4.Which of the following is TRUE according to the passage?
A.Many countries are now trying to develop quality education.
B.It's impossible for children in poor areas to get an education.
C.How students learn is the key to the quality of education.
D.Some organizations are trying to help adults to get an education.
Technology is changing almost every industry, especially fashion. Imagine wearing a computer in the form of clothing, like a jacket. Now it is possible.
The clothing company Levi Strauss & Co. worked with technology company Google to create what is being called a smart jacket. The word "small" is often used to describe actions controlled by a computer. What makes this jacket "smart" is washable(耐洗的)technology added to the cuff(袖口).
Ivan Poupyrev heads the smart clothing project for Google.
"When somebody calls you, your jacket shakes and gives you lights and you know somebody is calling you."
A touch on the cuff can provide directions for helping you get to where you need to go. The jacket also can play music when connected with a mobile phone or headphones.
"You get the most important features of the phone without taking your eyes off the road." said Paul Dillinger of Levi Strauss & Co.
The Levi's smart jacket can be bought on the Internet for $350.
It is just one step to smarter clothing.
Poupyrev explained that Google plans to use the technology for any kind of clothing. He added that the company is working with other partners in the fashion industry to help to make their products connected.
From how clothes are used to how they are made, computing power is changing the fashion industry. With the help of new technologies, designers can create designs that people have never seen before.
Technology is also changing popular fashion. The rise of social media(社交媒体) means it is not just designers who decide the latest looks in fashion. Artificial intelligence (人工智能)can now collect information from social media and the Internet to help designers understand what the public likes.
1.According to the passage, ________makes the jacket "smart".
A.the designer B.the Internet C.the technology D.the mobile phone
2.If you are interested in the smart jacket, you can buy one________.
A.in the clothing company B.in a fashion shop
C.on TV D.on the Internet
3.What can we learn from the passage?
A.The smart jacket can play music when you touch the cuff.
B.Technology can help designers know what the public likes.
C.Levi Strauss & Co. plans to use the technology for any kind of clothing.
D.Only designers can change the fashion industry.
W: So Elvis, you were born on 8th January 1935, weren't you?
M: Yes, that's right. 1.
W: Mississippi's pretty famous, isn't it?
M: Yes. 2.
W: So, tell me something about your childhood. 3.
M: No, not really. We were a poor family. I was the only kid who went to school with no shoes.
W: But it was your father who bought you your first instrument, wasn't it?
M: No, actually it was my mum. 4. I'll never forget that. I'll never forget my mother.
W: You've always liked listening to rock and roll, haven't you?
M: 5. I loved any type of music, and Rock and Roll was always my favorite.
W: When did you have your first record?
M: I made it in 1954.
W: People say your music has changed as you've grown older.
A.Life wasn't easy, was it?
B.She bought me a cheap guitar for my 10th birthday.
C.I was born in a place called Mississippi.
D.My mother bought my first bike in my life.
E.Yes. I grew up loving music.
F.I was crazy about music.
G.Mostly because people find it difficult to spell!