Контрольно-измерительные материалы, КР № 2. 7 класс. Тер-Минасова С.Г., Узунова Л.М., Кононова Е.В., Робустова В.В., Свиридова Т.Б.; издательство «Академкнига/Учебник», 2017
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Контрольно-измерительные материалы, КР № 2. 7 класс. Тер-Минасова С.Г., Узунова Л.М., Кононова Е.В., Робустова В.В., Свиридова Т.Б.; издательство «Академкнига/Учебник», 2017

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Контрольно-измерительные материалы, КР № 2. 7 класс. Тер-Минасова С.Г., Узунова Л.М., Кононова Е.В., Робустова В.В., Свиридова Т.Б.; издательство «Академкнига/Учебник», 2017
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Контрольная работа №2  по теме «Межличностные отношения»

Класс – 7____

Урок  _______

Дата проведения - ______      

Цели: учебный аспект - определение уровня достижений  планируемых результатов освоения образовательной программы, уровня сформированности УУД; выявление индивидуальной динамики усвоения материала обучающимися  по теме «Межличностные отношения»;

развивающий аспектразвитие способности к самоконтролю и самооценке.

 

Task I. Listen to the text and fill in the  missing words.

            John Constable was an English landscape painter. He was born on the 11th of June in 1. __ a small village in Suffolk. The place where Constable’s home was now is called ”_2._____”, he showed it in lots of his pictures. His father was  a wealthy corn merchant, had two mills and a small 3___  to  transport corn to London. At first Constable continued his father’s business but later his younger brother took his business. Constable was interested in art and made some 4. ___ the countryside of his country. One of his relatives showed his pictures to a professional artist and he advised Constable to go to  5 __. In 1816 he got married and he had seven children. The painter was never financially successful and only in 1829 at the age of 6.___   he  became one of the members of the Academy of Art. Later he read lectures on the history of   7.___ painting there and seemed very popular with the students. Among his best  works are “Salisbury Cathedral”, “White House”, “The Hay Wain”.

 

Task II.  Read  Jessica”s letter to a newspaper and say if the sentences below are true,false or no information  is given in the text.

      Hello everybody!

      Let me introduce myself.  I’m Jessica and I decided  to write to this newspaper about my great-grandmother. We don”t always remember our ancestors but I’m lucky to live with my great-grandmother who is 95 now. She’s  the oldest member of my family and we all love her very much. She enjoys reading this newspaper that’s  why I decided to write you.

     My great –granny’s name is Maud and she lives with us. She was born in a small village of Aveburry not far from Salisbury. Her family wasn’t a rich one so she had to work hard since her childhood.

     At the age of nine she went to school and she says that she was lucky because not all children at that time could go to school. After eight years of studying she became a teacher in a village school. At the age of twenty-two great –granny got married. When she was thirty she went to the university in Swansea and after fishing it came back to her native village to continue her work. She enjoyed working with little children. She has lived almost all her life in the same village. Granny used to have a yard with a few sheep and a goat. Still she enjoys our garden.

     Now she is living with us in Newcastle and I’m really happy because I can see her every day and before this I used to visit her only once a year.

     Sometimes she write  letters to her friends and put them in a letter-box. I think she is the only person who uses it now. She is a little afraid of a traffic  and seldom goes anywhere alone. She says that mother shouldn’t take me to visit her friends even if they also have children. It’s a bit old-fashioned, to my mind.

      Every evening she meets some other elderly ladies, they enjoy walking in the park  or go to listen to music concerts in the Botanical Gardens. Sometimes she goes to the theatre but not often.

       I think that my great-grandmother is a unique lady and I’m very proud of her.

1.                  Jessica is the youngest in her family.

2.                  Her great-grandmother was born in a small town.

3.                  Her great-grandmother used to wake up early to begin her work.

4.                  Not all the children had a chance to go to school as her great-grandmother did.

5.                  Jessica’s great-grandmother got married before going to university.

6.                  Jessica’s great-grandmother got higher education in her native town.

7.                  Jessica’s great-grandmother writes letters to her friends who live in other cities

8.                  Jessica’s great-grandmother has some friends to spend her time with.

Task III.   Complete the letter with one word in each gap.

       Hi Nancy! I’m happy to have such a pen- friend. Well, there 1. ___ nothing special  about my family.  We are family 2. ___five: father, mother, my elder brother, my younger sister and   3.___. My father   4.  __  a driver and my mother  5.___at home. Father is a football fan, he collect scarves. Those which hang above my bed, are 6. __. Mother’s   hobby is reading  and lots of books in the living – room are 7.____. I 8.___ care of my sister, she goes to primary school. Sometimes we play with the same toys, all of them are 9. __  . My brother  10. __ at university, he doesn’t  11.__ with us now. I live in 12.  ___ room now, but it had been  13.__  before my sister was born. He     14. __us a promise that he would 15.___ Christmas at home, but I don’t believe him, because he   16.___ his promise last year and went to Canada with his friends. He brought   17.____presents for me and sister. I   18.___ pity   for my mum, she is very worried about him. We   have  19. __  in common.  Have I told you that I  20. ____ the school? Now I have new teachers and new classmates though   I knew a   21. ____ girls  before. I   22.__ friends with everyone, I also  23. ___ Drama and Dancing School Club, that’s great! I  24. ___ for   acting,   I’d like to be a film star one day.             

      Sorry, but I must go. We have  25. __ milk and   26.____apples left and I promised to go to the shop.

         Looking forward to your letter!!!

 Task IV. Change the words in CAPITALS to complete the sentences.

1.                  My______ (GRANDMOTHER) is my mother’s granny.

2.                  I always write _______ (GREET) cards to all my relatives to congratulate them on different holidays.

3.                  We can’t imagine any traditional English house without a _____(FIRE).

4.                  Could I offer you another________(HELP) of this tasty cake?

5.                  The____ (GREED) little boy didn’t want to share his toys with other children.

6.                  She is too______ (TALK) and doesn’t let anybody say a word.

7.                  My great-grandfather is a______(WORK) person, he can’t be idle.

8.                  It’s _____ (POSSIBLE) to learn such a long poem in ten minutes..

 

Task V. Describe any member of your family in writing. Mention his| her appearance, traits of character, say why you respect him (80-100 words). (5 баллов)

Критерии оценивания

Оценка

Баллы

Предметный результат

Метапредметный результат

«5»

49-44

 

оптимальный

 

2

 

повышенный уровень

«4»

 

43-30

«3»

 

29 - 17

достаточный

1

базовый

«2»

 

16 <

недостаточный

0

недостаточный

(Try again!/

Выполни еще раз!)

 

                                          

Бланк ответа

Контрольная работа № 2 по теме «Межличностные отношения»

Фамилия, имя учащегося ____________________________________________

Класс – 7____               Дата проведения - ______     

 

Task I.  Listen to the text and fill in the missing words.

1.

2

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

Task II.  Read  Jessica”s letter to a newspaper and say if the sentences below are true or no information  is given in the text.

 

Statements

T, F, NI

1 .Jessica is the youngest in her family.

 

2. Jessica is the youngest in her family.

 

3. Her great-grandmother was born in a small town.

 

4. Her great-grandmother used to wake up early to begin her work.

 

5. Not all the children had a chance to go to school as her great-grandmother did.

 

6. Jessica’s great-grandmother got married before going to university

 

7. Jessica’s great-grandmother got higher education in her native town.

 

8. Jessica’s great-grandmother writes letters to her friends who live in other cities

 

9. Jessica’s great-grandmother has some friends to spend her time with.

 


 

Task III.  Complete the letter with one word in each gap.

 

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14

 

2

 

15

 

3

 

16

 

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17

 

5

 

18

 

6

 

19

 

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8

 

21

 

9

 

22

 

10

 

23

 

11

 

24

 

12

 

25

 

13

 

26

 

 

Task IV. Change the words in CAPITALS to complete the sentences.

 

1

 

2

 

3

 

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5

 

6

 

7

 

8

 

 

 


Task V. Describe any member of your family in writing. Mention his| her appearance, traits of character, say why you respect him (80-100 words). (5 баллов)

 

КЛЮЧИ (контрольная работа №2):

 

Task 1.   1776, Constable’s country, ship, paintings showing, art school,1803, 52, landscape

 

Task 2.   TRUE- 4,5, 8;   False- 2,6;  Not Stated- 1,37

 

Task 3.   is, of, me, stays, his, hers, take ,ours, studies, live, his, mine, gave, spend, broke, some, felt, much, changed, few, made, attended, care, little, few

 

Task 4great-grandmother,  greeting,  fireplace, helping, greedy, talkative, hardworking, impossible

 

Книга для учителя. 7 класс

Test 2

No 73 Listen to the text and correct the false parts.

   John Constable was an English landscape painter. He was born on the 11th of June in 1776 in a small village in Sufolk. The place where Constable’s home was now is called “Constable’s Country”, he showed it in lots of his pictures. His father was a wealthy corn merchant, had two mills and a small ship to transport corn to London. At first Constable continued his father’s business but later his younger brother took the business. Constable was interested in art and made some paintings showing the countryside of his country. One of his relatives showed his pictures to a professional artist and he advised Constable to go to the art school. In 1799 he was taken to the Royal Academy of Art in London and his works were frst exhibited in 1803. In 1816 he got married and had seven children. The painter was never financially successful and only in 1829 at the age of 52 he became one of the members of the Academy of Art. Later he read lectures on the history of landscape painting there and seemed very popular with the students. Among his best works are “Salisbury Cathedral”, White Horse”, “The Hay Wain”.


 

Контрольная работа №2 по теме «

Контрольная работа №2 по теме «

Jessica’s great-grandmother writes letters to her friends who live in other cities 2

Jessica’s great-grandmother writes letters to her friends who live in other cities 2

Task II. Read Jessica”s letter to a newspaper and say if the sentences below are true or no information is given in the text

Task II. Read Jessica”s letter to a newspaper and say if the sentences below are true or no information is given in the text

Task V. Describe any member of your family in writing

Task V. Describe any member of your family in writing
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