Буробина Елена Вячеславовна пояснительная записка Работа имеет своей целью проверить знания учащихся по первому разделу учебника Афанасьевой О. В. Английский язык. VIII класс учебник
Проверочная работа по английскому языку для 8 класса
Раздел “Choosing a career: the world of jobs”
Составила: учитель английского языка
МАОУ «Гимназия №31» города Перми
Буробина Елена Вячеславовна
Работа имеет своей целью проверить знания учащихся по первому разделу учебника Афанасьевой О.В. Английский язык. VIII класс: учебник для общеобразовательных организаций и школ с углубленным изучением английского языка/О.В. Афанасьева, И.В, Михеева. – М.: Просвещение, 2017 “Choosing a career: the world of jobs”. В работу включены задания на основные виды речевой деятельности: аудирование, чтение, языковые навыки, письмо и чтение.
В работу входят следующие лексико-грамматические явления: условные предложения I, II,III типов (Conditionals I,II и III) фразовый глагол to hand; лексика к тексту “Malcolm’s story”, тематическая лексика по теме «Выбор карьеры: мир профессий».
Работа включает в себя задания в формате ОГЭ, в том числе проверяются навыки написания личного письма по теме «Выбор профессии», даются тексты для чтения, так или иначе связанные с темой «Профессии» и аудирование по той же теме.
Критериями выполнения заданий по аудированию, чтению и лексико-грамматическим навыкам является правильность выполнения каждого задания.
Таким образом, за правильно выполненный раздел «Аудирование» учащийся может получить 15 баллов (задание 1 «Определите о чем говорит спикер»– 5 баллов, задание 2 «Прослушай текст и определи, верно или не верно утверждение» – 10 баллов).
За правильно выполненный раздел «Чтение» можно так же заработать 15 баллов (задание 3 «Соотнесите тексты и заголовки к ним» - 7 баллов, задание 4 «Прочитайте текст и определите, является ли утверждение верным, неверным или не упоминается в тексте».
За правильно выполненный раздел «Языковая компетенция» можно получить 34 балла: задание 5 «Вставь пропущенное слово, закончив предложение» - 4 балла (1 балл за выполненное задание); задание 6 «Дай название профессии» - 10 баллов (1балл за правильный ответ); задание 7 «Вставь пропущенное слово»– 10 баллов (по 1 баллу за правильный ответ); задание 8 на условные предложения - 10 баллов (по одному за правильно выполненное задание).
Личное письмо оценивается по критериям оценивания заданий с развернутым ответом «Письмо» в формате ОГЭ (максимум 10 баллов): коммуникация (количество слов 100-120,благодарность за письмо и ссылка на предыдущие контакты, полные и точные ответы на все вопросы, обращение, завершающая фраза, подпись) – 3 балла. Организация (логичность и деление на абзацы, средства логической связи, обращение, подпись, адрес, дата под адресом) – 2 балла, лексико-грамматическое оформление – 3 балла, орфография и пунктуация – 2 балла.
Итого, за всю работу сумма баллов составит 64 балла.
100-85% правильных ответов (64-54 балла) – «5»,
84-65% правильных ответов (53 – 42 балла) – «4»,
40-64% правильных ответов - (41 –25 баллов) - «3»
Менее 40% правильных ответов (менее 24 баллов) – «2»
1. Match the statement with the speaker. One statement is extra. (5 points)
The speaker talks about his/her family business.
The speaker believes his/her career choice was wrong.
The speaker describes how the career centre for teenagers works.
The speaker says that languages are important for his/her future career.
The speaker approves of working students
The speaker explains what helped him to make a career choice.
Listen to the text “Doctor Elizabeth” and say which of the sentences are true or false. (10 points)
1. Elizabeth Blackwell was born in the USA._________
2. Elizabeth decided to become a doctor in Kentucky.__________
3. Elizabeth had nursed an elderly friend and that influenced her future career. _________
4. In the 19th century American hospitals were not interested in having a woman doctor. _____
5. Dr Elizabeth Blackwell found a French hospital that offered her a job of a surgeon. ____
6. Dr Blackwell performed operations on children’s eyes._______
7. Elizabeth had an eye disease. _______
8. Elizabeth had suffered from the eye disease for many years. _______
9. At the end of her life in America Dr Blackwell founded the New York Infirmary (*лазарет) for Women and Children. _______
10. Dr Elizabeth Blackwell is a well-known person in American medical world. _______
3. Read the texts and match them with the titles above (7 points)
1. Royal hobby
2. The nominal head of the country
3. Protector of nature
4. Gifts from the heart
5. Writing to the Queen
6. Royal social duties
7. Royal open-air receptions
8. Travelling all round the world.
A. An important part of the work of the Queen and the Royal Family is to support and encourage public and voluntary service. One of the ways in which they do this is through association with charities. These include well-known charities such as the British Red Cross and new, smaller charities like Kids Company. About 3,000 organizations list a member of the Royal Family as patron or president
B. The Queen’s husband, Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, has played an important role in many aspects of national life. For example, from 1961 to 1982, he was President of the World Wildlife Fund, which supports the conservation, research and restoration of the environment. During his work, Prince Philip visited the fund’s projects in over 40 countries on 5 continents
C. Due to the great number of people who wish to contact the Royal Family, communication is only possible via letter. Members of the Royal Family cannot be contacted directly by email or telephone. To open the letter, people should address the Queen with the formal address 'Madam' and close the letter with the form 'I have the honour to be, Madam, Your Majesty's obedient servant'.
D. Members of the Royal Family carry out nearly 3,000 official journeys in the United Kingdom and overseas every year. Over five decades the Queen has used every possible form of transportation – from elephant to barge. But most Royal journeys use more typical forms of transportation: traditional carriages for ceremonial occasions, the Royal Train and helicopter for visits in the UK, and plane for overseas visits.
E. Visiting other countries, the Queen often gets presents. It is a long-standing tradition. In 1972, for example, Her Majesty received a collection of shells from the Seychelles and in 1991 she was presented with a pair of cowboy boots during her visit to the United States of America. The Queen often receives ‘live’ animals – from giraffes to giant turtles and cheetahs.
F. The Royal Collection of stamps is said to be one of the greatest collections of Great Britain and the Commonwealth. From the early nineteenth century, British monarchs continued to preserve, develop and enjoy the Royal Collection. Today the Collection continues to grow. It includes lots of priceless exhibits. Unlike the Crown Jewels and the Royal residences, the Royal Collection of stamps is privately owned by the Queen.
G. With tea, cakes and a beautiful garden to stroll in, garden parties are among the most relaxed and informal Royal events when over 30,000 people attend. Garden parties have been held at Buckingham Palace since the 1860s, when Queen Victoria introduced what were known as 'breakfasts'. Nowadays they are attended by people from different social groups.
4. Read the text and say if the statements below are true (1), false(2) or not mentioned in the text (3) (8 points)
Florence Nightingale was a celebrated English nurse and writer. According to a survey, British people consider her to be one of the most famous British persons along with outstanding scientists, writers and politicians.
She was born into a rich, upper-class family in 1820, in Italy. She got her name Florence after the city of her birth, as there was a tradition in her family to name the children in honour of the city they were born in. She got an all-round education and according to the family’s status Florence was expected to become a faithful wife and attentive mother.
However, in 1844 Florence decided to become a nurse, despite the intense anger and distress of her mother and sister. At that time nursing was seen as a job that needed neither education nor special medical skills.
In 1854 the Crimean War broke out and Florence Nightingale offered her services to the War Office and soon left for the Crimea with thirty-eight volunteer nurses. They began their work in the main British camp, in the hospital. Very soon Florence found out that hygiene was neglected, and fatal infections were common. There was no equipment to cook proper food for the patients. Florence decided to change the situation.
Nightingale managed to found a vast kitchen and a laundry. In addition to her nursing work, she tried to organize reading and recreation rooms for the wounded soldiers. She was on her feet for twenty hours a day and so were the other nurses. Florence was called ‘The Lady with the Lamp’ for her habit of making rounds round the hospital at night. She checked on her helpless patients.
Florence remained in the Crimea until 1856, then she returned to England.
In London Florence Nightingale visited Queen Victoria and persuaded the Queen of the need to create a military hospital system. Soon Florence Nightingale set up a training school for nurses, the first nursing school in the world. It is now called The Florence Nightingale School of Nursing and Midwifery and is part of King's College in London. The annual International Nurses Day is celebrated around the world on Florence’s birthday, the 12th of May.
In the Crimea camp, Nightingale got ‘Crimean fever’ and never fully recovered. By the time she was 38 years old, she was seriously ill. She left her house very rarely and had to stay in bed most of the time. Nevertheless, Florence continued her work from her bed. Shewrote many books, some of them became the base of the curriculum at the Nightingale School and other British nursing schools.
Florence Nightingale died in London in 1910, at the age of ninety. The government offered to bury Florence in Westminster Abbey, but her relatives did not agree. However, the memorial service took place in St. Paul's Cathedral.
Florence Nightingale received a lot of honorable awards. Several books were written about the life of ‘The Lady with the Lamp’ and a few films were shot about her
Florence Nightingale was named in honour of her birthplace _____________
Florence’s family approved of her wish to become a nurse. ______________
Medical education was essential to become a nurse in the 19th century________
Florence Nightingale cooked for the wounded herself__________________
Florence Nightingale got her nickname because she often visited the wounded at night._______
Queen Victoria was impressed by Florence Nightingale’s work________________
Florence Nightingale’s school for nurses was closed after her death_________
Florence Nightingale was buried in Westminster Abbey______________
Use of English
5. Fill in the missing words (down, in, out, over) and complete the sentences (4 points)
1.I have a job handing _________advertisements for a department store. 2. Traditions and customs are handed_________from the older generation to the younger one. 3. Nobody was allowed to hand_______their works after the bell. 4. The criminal was handed _________to the police.
6, Give a name, don’t forget to use articles (10 points)
A person who consults people with some legal problems is_______________________
A person who can help to sell your house is___________________________________
A person who helps to plan the house you want to build is_______________________
A person whose job is to be in charge of a newspaper or a magazine is______________
A person who helps a doctor in the hospital is_________________________________
A person who works with electricity is______________________________________
A person who helps if your bathroom tap is leaking is___________________________
A person who welcomes people arriving at a hotel is____________________________
A person who cuts men’s hair is____________________________________________
A person who works in a shop selling things to customers is______________________
7.Fill in the missing words from the unit vocabulary. There are some extra words.(10 points)
Creeping, show off, terrific, silly, fix, occupation, cheating, jealous, followed in, stupid, career, advanced
1. If I were you, I would ________the lamp to the wall above your head. 2. Please, don’t________________. We all know you are one of the best pupils. 3. His ______________is a student. 4. My friend _______________her mother’s footsteps when she chose the profession of a surgeon. 5. Don’t cry, my___________little girl, mummy loves you. 6. He began his_____
as a clerk in the Bank of England. 7. What a _______________view we can see from the top of the hill! 8. Look! The cat is______________towards the bird! 9. Mike has always been _________________in years. 10. His brother felt ______________of his success.
8. Open the brackets using conditionals. (10 points)
1. If you (not/broke) ___________________your promise, I would probably have forgiven you. 2. If I (be)____________you, I would help your mother. 3. If I had a toothache, I (contact) _________________a dentist. 4. I wish you (not/talk) _________________so loudly. It’s not polite. 5. If everyone (bring)_________________ some drink with them, you won’t be so thirsty. 6. If Tom hadn’t worked so hard last year, he (fail) _______________at the exam. 7. If only they (save) ____________the dog. 8. If it isn’t so rainy tomorrow, we (go)________________for a walk. 9. If Jack had caught a 79 bus, he (not/be late) ________________for work. 10. If I (have) ____________enough time, I would work in the garden.
9.You have 30 minutes to do this task.
You have received a letter from your English-speaking pen friend, Sophie.
... You know, I love history so much that maybe I’ll become a historian in the future. I think it is very interesting and important to know and understand your past. …
... What school subjects do you find the most important, why? What career would you like to choose in the future? Do your parents approve of your choice?
Write her a letter and answer her 3 questions.
Write 100–120 words. Remember the rules of letter writing.
1)F 2) T 3) T 4)T 5)F 6)F 7)T 8)F 9)T 10T
1)out 2)down 3) in 4) over
1)A lawyer 2) an estate agent 3) an architect 4) an editor 5)a nurse 6) an electrician 7) a plumber 8) a receptionist 9) a barber 10) a shop assistant
1) fix 2)show off 3) occupation 4) followed in 5) silly 6) career 7) terrific 8) creeping 9)advanced 10) jealous
1) hadn’t broken 2) were 3) would contact 4) didn’t talk 5) brings 6) would have failed 7) saved 8) will go 9) wouldn’t have been 10) had