Ad No. 90374

Posted: Mar 12,2016 13:27 by Amanda Expire

Date: Apr 12, 2016

Tag: Beijing Language Teaching Part Time

We are looking for teachers, whose native language is English, willing to teach in China.

Most schools are in South of China.

The benefit package for foreign teachers includes:

One-year Contract: 1st September 2016 to 31st August 2017

Salary: 4,000RMB to 5,000RMB/Month

Teaching load & schedule: 20 teaching hours per week

A rent-free apartment with a living room, bedroom, kitchen and bathroom with full furniture

Kitchen facilities provided, other electric appliances will be supplied, water, heater, microwave, etc.

If you are interested, please read the information above and kindly send your application to attach the following documents (in .doc or JPEG format). The subject to be mentioned, as “teach in China”.

1. CV/Resume (简历)

2. A copy of academic degree/diploma/certificate/or college transcript

3. A photocopy of the data page of valid passport

4. A recent color photo

5. A letter of recommendation or release letter from your previous Chinese school (Only if you worked in China previously)

6. Any other related information that you think might help your application

1.This advertisement is about .

A. introducing a school B. taking on foreign students

C. looking for English teachers D. seeking a teaching position

2.What is NOT needed to apply for the job if you come to work in China for the first time?

A. Your resume B. Your personal passport data

C. Your photo D. A recommendation letter

3.If you are employed, you will .

A. work full time B. not have to prepare the furniture

C. pay for apartment rent D. work four months for two years

Clara Barton, born on Christmas in 1821, is widely known as one of the most honored women in American history. She began teaching school when most teachers were men at that time. Later, she became one of the first women ever to be employed by the government.

Her career in helping the sick began when her brother David became her first patient. He fell down from the roof of a house when Clara was just 11 years old. She stayed by his side and looked after him for three years, learning how to give him all his medicines.

When the Civil War began in 1861, she immediately recognized that the poorly equipped soldiers needed help. Instead of waiting for others to step in, Clara collected necessary things on her own, asked the public for donations and learned how to store and distribute them to soldiers. She also read to the soldiers and wrote letters for them.

After the Battle of Cedar Mountain in northern Virginia in 1862, Clara arrived at a field hospital at midnight with a vehicle full of supplies. A doctor named Paul Smith at that hospital would later write, “I thought heaven had sent out an angel that night -- her assistance arrived at exactly the right time.”

In 1869, Clara went to Europe and learned about the International Committee of the Red Cross. Upon her return to the United States, she successfully founded the American Red Cross. She led the organization for the next 23 years. Her last field mission(使命) as president of the American Red Cross was to help the victims of the 1900 Galveston hurricane. She did not retire (退休) from the American Red Cross until she was 83. True to her nature, Clara always went to where the need was the greatest.

Today, the American Red Cross continues the mission Clara started more than 100 years ago. With the help of thousands of volunteers, the American Red Cross provides relief to victims of disasters, as well as helps people prevent, prepare for and respond to all sorts of emergencies.

1.We can learn from Paragraph 2 that Clara Barton was .

A. honest B. caring

C. talented D. modest

2.After the Civil War broke out, Clara Barton .

A. joined the army and fought bravely B. went to Europe for further study

C. continued to work as a teacher D. did a lot to help soldiers

3.Seeing Clara Barton’s arrival, Dr. Smith must have felt .

A. excited and grateful B. proud and joyful

C. shy and nervous D. sad and sorry

4.What is mainly described in Paragraph 5?

A. The aim of the American Red Cross

B. The importance of voluntary donations

C. Clara Barton and the American Red Cross

D. Clara Barton’s contribution to the Civil War

Many people believe that you lose the ability to learn new languages as you get older. Language experts, however, will tell you that you’re never too old to learn a new language. As you get older, it can be more difficult to learn a new language, though.

Children and adults learn new languages in different ways. For children, language is their life. They study for thousands of hours every year, because they need to learn languages to become part of their communities. Adults, on the other hand, are already part of a language community. Learning a new language means becoming part of another language community, and adults rarely get the chance to practice as much as young children do.

Moreover, children learning a new language are expected to make mistakes. This gives them freedom when learning to be daring and confident. Adults, however, often feel pressured to be perfect when learning a new language. This can discourage many people and make it even harder to learn a new language.

When young children learn a new language, they come to see various languages as a “normal” part of society. This mindset(思维模式) helps them embrace learning a new language without feeling like they’re doing something unusual or “too hard”.

So if you want to learn a new language, go for it! It’s never too late to learn a new language. If you’re older, it may take more work, but it can be done. If you’re a young child, though, now is the time to step out and learn a new language!

1.By “language is their life”, the author means that children .

A. can’ t live without language

B. lead a happy life every day

C. practice a new language a lot

D. are taken good care of adults

2.What may make it hard for the old people to learn to a new language?

A. They are afraid of being laughed at

B. They usually have too many interests

C. They think making mistakes is natural

D. They always make all kinds of mistakes

3.Which of the following shows the difference between children and adults in learning a new language?

A. The behaviors they have

B. The learning attitudes

C. The future plans they have made

D. The materials they are using

4.According to the author, a new language .

A. can never be learned by the old people

B. can be grasped by the old people easily

C. can be understood only by the old people

D. can be learned by both the old and the young

At heart, parents always wish the best for their children, and they work hard for that. Nowadays, we see parents deciding the schools for their little ones before the baby is even born. Once kids start going to school, some parents want to have a time-to-time update of their kid's activities. They want to come to the classroom every day, keep an eye on whom they talk to, know the friends they keep, start telling them how to do their job, and keep talking or giving a feedback(反馈) to them about everything under the sun. Besides, they send their kids for extra hobby classes, as they want their children to do best in every field.

When it comes to the education, super mom and dad have all the plans made for their children, and I am sure that they have come up with the best. So, try to fight for the dreams that your parents have set for you. However, in some cases, it may happen that the kids have some different dreams. Parents sometimes don't even consider the choice of their kids and may force them to do what they wanted to do in life. It's good to plan the future for the children, but leave at least some decisions to them.

So what should the children do? First, hear out all the plans that your parents have made for you. If you have some different ideas, then sit down and talk to your family about it. Be patient and respect their decisions, but put your plan forth, and make them understand what you want to do and why. Many times, you are not aware of the difficulties that you may have to face while pursuing your dreams. Ask your parents for suggestions, which will make them feel good and involved. That way, they may support you if you are going on the right path.

1.The parents described in Paragraph 1 tend to .

A. have a good understanding of their children

B. worry a lot about their children

C. take good care of their children

D. expect too much from their children

2.With respect to educational plans, the author advises .

A. children to do as they are told

B. children to turn a deaf ear to their parents

C. parents to respect their children’s choices

D. parents to do everything for their children

3.The underlined word “pursuing” in Paragraph 3 is closest in meaning to “ ”.

A. going after B. planning for

C. adapting to D. preparing for

4.What is the author’s attitude towards these super parents’ behaviors?

A. Opposed B. Doubtful

C. Uncaring D. Supportive

Easy Ways to Keep Your Brain Sharp

Everyone is forgetful, but as we age, we start to feel like our brains are slowing down a bit—and that can be a very annoying thing.  1. Read on for some techniques worth trying.

1. 2.

People who regularly made plans and looked forward to upcoming events had a 50 percent reduced chance of Alzheimer's disease (早老性痴呆症), according to a recent study. 3.Something as simple as setting a goal to have a weekly coffee date with a friend will do. There's evidence that people who have a purpose in life or who are working on long or short-term goals appear to do better. In other words, keep your brain looking forward.

2. Go for a walk

Mildly raised glucose (葡萄糖) levels can harm the area of the brain that helps you form memories and physical activity can help get blood glucose down to normal levels. In fact, exercise produces chemicals that are good for your brain. 4.

3. Learn something new

Take a Spanish class online, join a drawing club, or learn to play cards. A study found that mental stimulation (刺激) limits the weakening effects of aging on memory and the mind. But the best thing for your brain is when you learn something new and are physically active at the same time. 5.Or go dancing with your friends.

A. Focus on the future.

B. This can be especially harmful to the aged.

C. It should be something like learning gardening.

D. So take a few minutes each day to do some reading.

E. But don't worry if your schedule isn't filled with life-changing events.

F. Luckily, research shows there is a lot you can do to avoid those moments.

G. In other words, when you take care of your body, you take care of your brain.

Last weekends, my kids along with few other kids from the neighborhood volunteered to help me wash my car.My 10-year-old daughter came up with the idea of  ___  other people’s cars as well.It was pretty  ___  outside and I had no plans to______being in the bright sun.She  ___  wanted to give lemonade(柠檬汽水)to passerby for free.I had seen little kids __ and sell fresh lemonade for a small cost but not free.Although I felt  ___  , I decided to help her.____ she asked me, “What if we _____this a smile car wash?” I couldn’t hold back my tears and  ___ her and the other kids to go outside the house and come up with  ___ ideas.While I kept myself busy in drying the car, the gang walked up to me with a(n)_______with beautiful images of smiles.They had “Free Car Wash” written on it and the ___  of their exercise was “smile”.It was pretty neat to see a team of kids ranging 5-11 years with the  ___   to do something for others. All that seemed  ___  and came right from their heart.Nothing seemed to  ___  to them: their playtime, the heat outside—they just wanted to_____others and do something nice in the community! I helped them make some fresh lemonade and brought out some additional  __ to help clean cars.Passersby were  ____and one even shouted back to them saying “God Bless You, my kids…” One of them even tried giving them 5 dollars, which they refused.A pretty heartwarming  ____! I feel blessed by being  ___  by such wonderful and loving souls.

1.A. drying B. repairing C. washing D. decoratin

2.A. quiet B. hot C. different D. dirty

3.A. suggest B. avoid C. continue D. practise

4.A. further B. therefore C. already D. hardly

5.A. choose B. enjoy C. buy D. serve

6.A. worried B. popular C. confused D. difficult

7.A. Finally B. Simply C. Then D. Luckily

8.A. show B. leave C. make D. order

9.A. challenged B. expected C. invited D. encouraged

10.A. creative B. ready C. changed D. familiar

11.A. board B. picture C. idea D. car

12.A. process B. trouble C. secret D. theme

13.A. need B. duty C. imagination D. skill

14.A. important B. disappointing C. hopeful D. natural

15.A. matter B. object C. belong D. refer

16.A. relax B. try C. help D. smile

17.A. friends B. rags C. children D. fruit

18.A. interested B. amazed C. bored D. frightened

19.A. scene B. gift C. story D. explanation

20.A. supported B. understood C. refused D. surrounded

Minutes after the last movie ended yesterday at the Plaza Theater, employees were busy sweeping up popcorns and gathering coke cups. It was a scene that had been repeated many times in the theater’s 75-year history. This time, however, the cleanup was a little different. As one group of workers carried out the rubbish, another group began removing seats and other theater equipment in preparation for the building’s end.

The film classic The Last Picture Show was the last movie shown in the old theater. Though the movie is 30 years old, most of the 250 seats were filled with teary-eyed audience wanting to say good-bye to the old building. Theater owner Ed Bradford said he chose the movie because it seemed proper. The movie is set in a small town where the only movie theater is preparing to close down.

Bradford said that large modem theaters in the city made it impossible for the Plaza to compete. He added that the theater’s location (位置) was also a reason. “This used to be the center of town,” he said. “Now the area is mostly office buildings and warehouses.”

Last week some city officials suggested the city might be interested in turning the old theater into a museum and public meeting place. However, these plans were given up because of financial problems. Bradford sold the building and land to a local development firm, which plans to build a shopping complex on the land where the theater is located.

The theater audience said good-bye as Bradford locked the doors for the last time. After 75 years the Plaza Theater has shown its last movie. The theater will be missed.

1.In what way was yesterday’s cleanup at the Plaza special?

A. It made room for new equipment.

B. It signaled the closedown of the theater.

C. It was done with the help of the audience.

D. It marked the 75th anniversary of the theater.

2.Why was The Last Picture Stow put on?

A. It was an all-time classic.

B. It was about the history of the town.

C. The audience requested it.

D. The theater owner found it suitable.

3.What will probably happen to the building?

A. It will b& repaired.

B. It will be turned into a museum.

C. It will be knocked down.

D. It will be sold to the city government.

4.What can we infer about the audience?

A. They are disappointed with Bradford.

B. They are sad to say goodbye to the old theater.

C. They are supportive of the city officials.

D. They are keen to have a shopping center.

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