论文 TPO46-C2 Term paper with old papers

TPO46-C2

Term paper with old papers

Listen to part of a conversation between a student and her history professor. 

 


 

 

  1. What is the conversation mainly about?
  • A. Using new technologies to preserve old newspapers
  • B. Using old newspapers to conduct historical research
  • C. The rise of American journalism in the eighteenth century
  • D. Press coverage of the French Revolution of 1789

 

  1. What gave the student inspiration for the topic of her term paper?
    [CHOOSE 2 ANSWERS]
  • A. A recent visit to the library’s microfilm collection
  • B. A long-standing interest in the history of France
  • C. Seeing what an eighteenth-century newspaper looked like
  • D. Reading a translation of French historical accounts

 

  1. According to the professor, what should the student ask the librarians?
  • A. Which eighteenth-century newspapers covered events in France
  • B. If she can request microfilmed newspapers from another library
  • C. If the old newspapers she wants to read are available online yet
  • D. Whether the library has any original copies of eighteenth-century newspapers

 

  1. What will the student probably include in her term paper?
  • A. Newspaper coverage of the French National Constituent Assembly
  • B. Newspaper coverage of the storming of the Bastille prison
  • C. Ways in which the French Revolution contributed to the development of democratic ideals
  • D. How the reporting of American journalists differed from that of French journalists

 

  1. What can be inferred about the professor when he discusses a paper presented at a history conference?
  • A. He is grateful that he saved the paper because it might help the student.
  • B. He worries that the student will overgeneralize American attitudes based on the content of newspapers
  • C. He is excited to provide a model that the student can use to organize her term paper.
  • D. He hopes that the student will consider interviewing the author of the paper.


答案:
B CD C A B

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