Usually schools and teachers set the class rules for students. But Wuhan schools recently tried a different way. This year, the rules of Class 12, Grade 7 in No. 6 High School have been made by themselves—all 46 class students. During the first days of this school year, the teacher allowed his students to make their own classroom rules, and asked each student to give a list of rules to help make their class a good learning environment. The whole class shared and discussed the lists. Later they added or took out some of rules. The rule—making activity lasted about a month. Finally the class had 30 rules. Then, rule-makers were asked to sign to the rule list—their promise to follow the rules. A poster with all the rules was put up beside the blackboard. Most of the rules are about the way students should do. “No cell phone calls and text messages in class” and “No loud noise in the classroom.” are two examples. But there are also some for teachers, “No lessons should overrun” is one rule. Also some rules are strict with the students who break the rules. If a person is late for class above a certain number of times, he or she loses the chance to be honor student. Students say the rules work well in the classroom. “We are the rule-makers. So we have to obey the rules that we agreed to.” said one of the students.
The class rules for students are made by ________ as usual.
There would be ________ about the lists after each student gave a list of rules.
Each student was asked to sign to the rule list ________.
The underlined word “overrun” in paragraph 4 probably means ________.
The whole class won't obey the student-making rules until they ________ them.
【分析】1. 由第一句可知通常课堂纪律是由学校和老师制定的。 2. 由第二段可知在学生提交了各自制定的纪律清单后，全班要进行讨论。 3. 见第三段第一句Then, rule-makers were asked to sign to the rule list—their promise to follow the rules.。 4. 说每节课都不能“overrun”，可推测overrun的意思是“拖延”。 5. 见最后一段So we have to obey the rules that we agreed to.。