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I teach online and have been doing so for years .I understand the value of traditional face-to-face course offerings for certain courses and certain subjects. I doubt an online course in chemistry can ever be as effective (有效的) as a face-to-face course held in a lab. Fortunately, I teach writing, and the Internet is an effective place for teaching subjects that call for careful reading and discussion.

It is true that there are things I cannot do in my classes on the Internet. It is also true, however, that there are things I cannot do in my classes held in traditional classrooms. So the question we should ask is: What works better or worse in face-to-face classes rather than in online courses, and vice versa(反之亦然)?

One of the things I value most in my online classes is the necessity for everyone to take part in order to show their presence. In my face-to-face classes, a student can sit quietly and appear to be engaged in(积极参与) the discussion without ever offering a thought or opinion. Online, I consider a student who sits quietly but who does not join in the discussion to be simply not present. Further, students in face-to-face classes who are too shy or who are talked over by quicker and louder voices have the chance to take part in an online discussion.

When I teach online, my students and I can be inside or outside and we can sit wherever and however we want. In Michigan, where a winter storm can make going to campus dangerous or even impossible, the ability to learn in class from the comfort of wherever you live is a big advantage. When the weather is not nice, I often teach while sitting in a local coffee shop. When the weather is nice, I often teach while sitting in my backyard.

I agree that online education is not a “recipe (秘诀)for personal success.” Then again, I’m not sure traditional face-to-face education is such a recipe, either.

【小题1】What does the author think of online courses and traditional courses?
A.Chemistry courses can be done online.
B.Online courses are more popular.
C.Traditional courses are more helpful.
D.Both have their advantages.
【小题2】How can shy students benefit from online discussion?
A.They can do a better job than louder students.
B.They can sit quietly to listen to others opinions.
C.They can think independently and take an active part.
D.They can appear to be engaged in online discussion.
【小题3】Which advantage of online teaching is mentioned in Paragraph 4?
A.It is much safer.B.It is less affected by weather.
C.It is more comfortable.D.It happens anytime.
【小题4】What would be the best title for the text?
A.Why I teach online.B.I’ m online.
C.A recipe for success.D.A new teaching style.
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Professor Ashok Goel of Georgia Tech developed an artificially intelligent teaching assistant to help handle the enormous number of student questions in the online class, Knowledge-Based Artificial Intelligence. This online course is a core requirement of Georgia Tech's online Master of Science in Computer Science program. Professor Goel already had eight teaching assistants, but that wasn't enough to deal with the overwhelming number of daily questions from students.

Goel and his team developed several versions of a virtual assistant named Jill Watson before releasing her to the online forums. At first, the virtual assistant wasn't too great. Then they began to feed Jill with the questions and answers. After some adjustments and sufficient time, Jill was able to answer the students' questions correctly 97% of the time. The virtual assistant became so advanced and realistic that the students didn't know she was a computer. The students, who were studying artificial intelligence, were interacting with the virtual assistant and couldn't tell it apart from a real human being. Goel didn't inform them about Jill's true identity until April 26. The students were actually very positive about the experience.

The goal of Professor Goel's virtual assistant next year is to take over answering 40% of all the questions posed by students on the online forum. The name Jill Watson will, of course, change to something else next semester. Professor Goel has a much rosier outlook on the future of artificial intelligence than, say, Elon Musk, Stephen Hawking, Bill Gates or Steve Wozniak.

【小题1】What do we learn about Knowledge-Based Artificial Intelligence?
A.It is a robot that can answer students' questions.
B.It is a computer program that aids student learning.
C.It is a course designed for students to learn online.
D.It is a high-tech device that revolutionizes teaching.
【小题2】Which of the following statements is TRUE about Jill Watson?
A.She was released online as an experiment.
B.She got along pretty well with students.
C.She was unwelcome to students at first.
D.She turned out to be a great success.
【小题3】How did the students feel about Jill Watson?
A.They thought she was a bit too artificial.
B.They could not tell her from a real person.
C.They could not but admire her knowledge.
D.They found her not as capable as expected.
【小题4】What does Professor Goel plan to do next with Jill Watson?
A.Launch different versions of her online.
B.Feed her with new questions and answers.
C.Assign her to answer more of students' questions.
D.Encourage students to interact with her more freely.

Doing homework not only can help children master the knowledge they have learned, but also can train their abilities of finishing the work alone, planning the time and doing the duties. But some children don’t like to complete the work. Why? There are some reasons.

Some children feel it is very difficult to do their homework, because they can’t understand their teacher clearly, and can’t follow their teacher’s teaching process. Maybe there is something wrong with their intelligence.

But some children’s intelligence is normal. They are even cleverer, but they don’t listen to the teacher carefully. It is hard for them to sit well and pay attention to anything. It needs to carry on the attention centralized (集中注意力) training to help the children.

Some children love their teacher and then they like the subject. Their interest depends on the teacher who teaches them. So every teacher should be helpful and kind. It can make children love you and the subject you teach. So they can do their homework happily.

【小题1】Doing homework can help children ___________.
A.master the knowledgeB.train their abilities
C.lean new lessonsD.Both A and B
【小题2】Some children find the homework difficult. Which reason is NOT right?
A.They can’t understand their teacher clearly.
B.They can’t follow their teacher’s teaching process.
C.The intelligence of all the students isn’t normal.
D.They don’t listen to the teacher carefully.
【小题3】What’s the Chinese meaning of the underlined word “intelligence”?
A.作业B.智商C.思想D.方式
【小题4】According to the last paragraph, the writer thinks ________ is very important.
A.a teacherB.a subject
C.attentionD.homework
【小题5】What is the best title of the passage?
A.Some children don’t like their teacher.
B.Children’s homework is very difficult
C.Why don’t some children like to do homework?
D.Why can’t some children study the subjects well?

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【小题1】Which program will help you make a wiser boss?
A.Introduction to Motivational Interviewing.
B.Orientation, Time Management and Delegation.
C.Critical Conversations.
D.Sorting Out the Personality Disorders.
【小题2】In which aspect can Critical Conversations benefit you?
A.Public speaking.
B.Product promoting.
C.Character developing.
D.Interpersonal communication.
【小题3】What can you learn about in the last program?
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