感恩节说出爱

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感恩节前夕,一年级的老师让同学们画出他们所感恩的东西。大部分同学都画了跟感恩节相关的一些东西,诸如火鸡之类。可是,只有Douglas与众不同,他画了一只手——那是老师的手,因为他对老师充满深深的感激。

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Thanksgiving Day was near. The first grade teacher gave her class an interesting task—to draw a picture of something for which they were thankful.
Most of the class might be considered economically disadvantaged, but still many would celebrate the holiday with turkey, corn and pumpkins and other traditional goodies(好东西) of the season, like all of those symbols drawn on holiday decorations and greeting cards. These, the teacher thought, would be the subjects of most of her students’ art. And they were.
But Douglas made a different kind of picture. Douglas was a different kind of boy. As other children played during break, Douglas was likely to stand close by her side. One could only guess at the pain Douglas felt behind those sad eyes.
Yes, his picture was different. When asked to draw a picture of something for which he was thankful, he drew a hand. Nothing else. Just an empty hand.
His abstract picture caught the imagination of his classmates. Whose hand could it be? One child guessed it was the hand of a farmer, because farmers raise turkeys. Another suggested a police officer, because the police protect and care for people. And so the discussion went—until the teacher almost forgot the young artist himself.
When the children had gone on to other pictures, she paused at Douglas’ desk, bent down, and asked him whose hand it was. The little boy looked away and murmured(小声说), “It’s yours, teacher.”
She recalled the times she had taken his hand and walked with him here or there, as she had the other students. How often had she said, “Take my hand, Douglas, we’ll go outside.” Or, “Let me show you how to hold your pencil.” Or, “Let’s do this together.” Douglas was most thankful for his teacher’s hand.
The story speaks of more than thankfulness. It says something about teachers teaching and parents parenting and friends showing friendship, and how much it means to the Douglases of the world. They might not always say thanks. But they’ll remember the hand that reaches out.

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1. Most of the first grade students drew ___________.

A    their parents

B    their teachers

C    symbols of Thanksgiving Day

D    presents of traditional festivals

  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D

2. What was special about Douglas?

A    He talked much with his teachers.

B    He showed no interest in study.

C    He liked hiding his feelings.

D    He was good at drawing.

  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D

3. Whose hand did Douglas draw?

A    A policeman’s.

B     His teacher’s.

C    His mother’s.

D    A farmer’s.

  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D

4. Which words can best describe Douglas’s teacher?

A    Caring and loving.

B    Strict and responsible.

C    Patient and hardworking.

D    Humorous and generous.

  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D
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