Those (41) want to teach must study special subjects toward that goal. They work in public schools while being supervised (42) other teachers. They take state examinations. (43) they succeed, they are officially certified or approved to (44) public school teachers.
The Bush Administration now (45) a new organization that seeks to expand certification. This group is (46) the American Board for Certification of Teacher Excellence. It says its new system will (47) good non-traditional teacher be certified if they (48) its requirements. The Department of Education (49) the board last year. The goal is to (50) barriers (障碍) to getting more good teachers. (51) just a few years, American public school will be educating three million (52) children.
Recent college graduates can be considered (53) the new program. So can people in other jobs who (54)
In our society, we must communicate with other people. A great deal of communicating is performed on a person-to-person (1) by the simple means of speech. If we travel in buses, stand in football match (2) , we are likely to have conversations (3) we give information or opinions, and sometimes have our views (4) by other members of society.
Face-to-face contact is (5) the only form of communication, and during the last two hundred years the (6) of mass communication has become one of the dominating factors of contemporary society. Two things, (7) others, have caused the enormous growth of the communication industry. Firstly, inventiveness has (8) advances in printing, photography and so on. Secondly, speed has revolutionized the (9) and reception of communications so that local news often (10) a back seat to national news.
No longer is the possession of information (11)