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美国初中生摸索机场外部,追随本身的职业梦

An educational tour in the airport

YOU may have travelled by airplane before, but do you know how these big “birds” fly in the sky?

This month, a group of US middle school students visited Mitchell International Airport. They got the chance to see how pilots work and learn things behind the scenes.

The students are taking part in the project Be the Spark Education Tours. They go to factories, IT companies, newspaper offices and other places to see what jobs are really about. This time, they got the chance to fly.

“It is really cool to see the pilots and to actually look inside the scenes,” said seventh-grader Kyra Aguillard.

Along with other students, Aguillard went through security checkpoints (安然检查处), walked on the tarmac (停机坪), and even went into the cockpit (驾驶舱). The buttons and gadgets (器械) in the pilot’s room really excited her.

The 13-year-old girl has made up her mind to be a pilot in the future.

During the trip, students were also given lectures about how to build a plane and how to make it fly. Although they’ve all learned the basic theory, this lecture was much and understandable.

“We wish to offer the students a good chance to see things they are learning in math, science and even in the reading class really apply to (应用到) the real world,” said Mary Steinbrecher, director of the project, “so they can open their eyes and minds to a successful future.

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1. From the project, students can find out ________.

A. how people travel by airplane B. how newspapers are made

C. what jobs are really about D. why people have to work

2. How did Aguillard feel when she visited the cockpit?

A. She was disappointed. B. She was excited.

C. She was scared. D. She was not interested.

3. What did the students do besides visiting the airport?

A. They worked at security checkpoints. B. They flew the airplane by themselves.

C. They helped clean the airplanes. D. They had lectures about airplanes.

4. According to Steinbrecher, the aim of the project was to _________.

A. help students learn their school subjects better

B. make students open their eyes and minds

C. help students get good results in tests

D. offer students a good chance to relax

5. What does the underlined word “vivid” mean in Chinese?

A. 甜蜜的 B. 活泼的 C. 无聊的 D. 难解的 1-5 CBDBB

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