The potential of closed-circuit television and other new electronic teaching tools is so great that it is fascinating to visualize“ the school of tomorrow”Should question arise， the students will be able to talk directly to the teacher on individual “intercoms without disturbing the rest of the class. In this way， the teacher will be able to conduct as many as three classes at the same time.
With the rapid development of computer science， students will be aided with specially prepared multi-media software to study their subjects better. Homework will possibly be assigned and handed in via electronic mail system. Students can even take examinations on their computer linked with the teachers‘ and get the score instantly. They will get certificates or diplomas if they pass all the required examinations. Experts believe that this type of education will be very popular in the years ahead.
1. Lessons broadcast by television will come from
A） the school of tomorrow.
C） Big buildings.
D） Master studios 3. When having lessons， the students will.
A） always listen to the same pre-recorded lessons together.
B） Usually have individual lessons according to their ability levels.
C） Control the multiple-control panel and magnetic tape players.
D） Receive face-to-face instructions from the teacher in the same classroom. 4. If there are questions， the students will
A） talk to the teacher through “intercoms”。
B） Raise their hands and wait for the answer.
C） Discuss them with the rest of the class.
D） Solve the problems all by themselves. 5. Computer teaching will help the study in the following ways except that
A） teachers can give and collect homework using electronic mail system.
B） Examinations can be conducted on computers better than on paper.
C） Test scores can be obtained soon after the test is taken.
D） Certificates or diplomas are required if the students want to pass the tests.