10 классИтоговая контрольная работа за год - Рабочая программа по учебному предмету «Английский язык»

Рабочая программа по учебному предмету «Английский язык»

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10 класс

Итоговая контрольная работа за год

Цель: контроль усвоения основного лексического и грамматического материала

учащихся за учебный год
Задание №1
Прочитайте интервью со студенткой колледжа Софией. Установите соответствия между вопросами, которые ей задали (A - F), и её ответами (1 - 7). Используйте каждую букву только один раз.

  1. What do you plan to do after college?

  2. What is your favourite class?

  3. When you first went to college what was it like?

  4. What is your major subject?

  5. What are the differences between high school and university classes?

  6. What do you think about the teaching in the college?

  7. Do you have any advice for people planning to attend college?

  1. Really strange, I felt as if I was on another planet. At home I live in the country; at college I lived in a hostel, on the third floor. It was so noisy – people shouting and laughing all the time, and outside on the street non-stop noise all night: cars, buses, police sirens.

  2. The biggest gap is the size of classes: in some classes there were only 10 students, in others there could be as many as 300 of us. I preferred the smaller classes because in the large ones no one talks much except for the professor giving lecture. Sometimes someone asks a question, but that’s usually just to try and make an impression.

  3. That’s easy to answer. It was a writing lesson. It was very relaxing and friendly, and we all knew each other’s names, which doesn’t happen so often at college. It was the students who did most of talking there. We swapped lots of ideas about books or articles we were reading to find out about different writing styles. Sometimes we read out things we had written. There was some reading about theory, style, of course, but it was all interesting.

  4. Most professors are extremely well educated. They don’t just base their lectures on textbooks. They do real research work and tell us about it. These people are superhuman. Yet at times it seems like none has any real-world people skills. They were taught to study and be brilliant, but not how to teach a group of 20-year-olds. Many are out of touch with students.

  5. I’m majoring in sociology, which means I study groups of people, how they behave with each other, and what theory and policy says about these groups. My main areas of interest are mass media and women’s issues. I feel I have lots of choices for a career. You don’t have to follow a career in your major subject, so I may choose to do something else, maybe not social work.

  6. Right now I’m not planning to do a masters, so I’m thinking about what job I’d like to do. Maybe I shall work in advertising – it sounds interesting and I think it would be fun, but then I thought of being a journalist last week. It changes every day!

  1. You have to do enough research to find out for yourself what subject you can study, but

think for yourself and follow your dreams! People at home can give you useful advice,

but it’s your decision, it’s your life. It’s not only the smartest who achieve, it’s those who

work the hardest. If you work hard, you can make chances for yourself.

Задание №2

Прочитайте интервью с Софией еще раз. Выполните задания 8 – 14, выбрав букву a), b) или c), соответствующую номеру выбранного вами варианта ответа.

  1. After moving to the college hostel Sophie felt …

  1. comfortable

  2. that she was a stranger

  3. happy

  1. Speaking about classes at college she says that …

  1. they are all large

  2. there is no interaction between the teachers and the students in large classes

  3. smaller classes are worse than in high school

  1. Her favourite subject is writing because …

  1. they write a lot

  2. they learn to take notes

  3. they discuss a lot of things together

  1. Her opinion about college professors is that …

  1. they are real scientists

  2. they are very much like school teachers

  3. they relate well to their students

  1. A major subject means here …

  1. the main subject you study at college

  2. your favourite subject at college

  3. the most difficult subject you take at college

  1. After college Sophie wants …

  1. to continue her education

  2. to work for a company

  3. not to become a journalist

  1. Sophie’s advice for people who plan to attend college is …

  1. to work hard

  2. to follow their parents’ advice

  3. try to be the smartest

Задание №3

Прочитайте утверждения 15 – 24. Поставьте артикль the там, где это необходимо.

  1. … Moscow is situated on … Moscow River.

  2. … Moscow is a river that moves very slowly.

  3. There is a canal called … Moscow-Volga Canal which joins … Moscow to … Volga.

  4. … Volga runs into … Caspian sea.

  5. Several rivers run into … sea at … New York in … USA.

  6. … most important is … Hudson River which runs into … Atlantic Ocean.

  7. Besides … Hudson River there is … East River and … little Harlem River.

  8. In … Siberia there are many long rivers: … Ob, … Irtysh, … Yenissei, .. Lena and … Amur.

  9. … Altai Mountains are higher than … Urals.

  10. Which are … highest mountains in … Russia?

Задание №4

Закончите предложения 25 – 38, выбрав букву a), b) или c), соответствующую номеру выбранного вами глагола или сигнального слова в Past Simple, Present Perfect или Present Perfect Continuous .

  1. My father is a writer. He … many books.

  1. wrote

  2. have written

  3. has written

  1. We … a holiday last year.

  1. hadn’t

  2. didn’t have

  3. haven’t been having

  1. I … football yesterday afternoon.

  1. played

  2. have played

  3. haven’t played

  1. He … fish since 4 a.m.

  1. caught

  2. has caught

  3. has been catching

  1. … you ever … a famous person?

  1. Did … met

  2. Were … meet

  3. Have … met

  1. – You look very pale.

    • I … very hard.

  1. have worked

  2. has been working

  3. have been working

  1. – Is Ann here?

- No, she … yet.

  1. didn’t come

  2. hasn’t come

  3. hasn’t been coming

  1. William Shakespeare … from 1564 to 1616.

  1. lived

  2. did live

  3. has lived

  1. She … money for her holiday for 3 months. … she … enough?

  1. has saved; Has … saved

  2. has been saving; Has … saved

  3. has saved; Has … been saving

  1. We are not hungry. We … breakfast today.

  1. had

  2. have no

  3. have had

  1. I haven’t been to my native town … my childhood.

  1. already

  2. since

  3. never

  1. – Have you written to John … ?

- Yes, I’ve … finished a letter to him.

  1. already; yet

  2. yet; already

  3. yet; ever

  1. Tom has been playing football … 2 years.

  1. since

  2. before

  3. for

  1. – Alex, this is Mary.

- Yes, i know. We’ve met … .

  1. since

  2. before

  3. for

11 класс

Контрольная работа к разделу № 1

Цель: контроль усвоения лексического и грамматического материала, навыков чтения с полным пониманием содержания по теме раздела

Задание №1

Прочитайте статью, вставьте в задании пропущенные по смыслу слова ( не более 2 в пропуске)

Is it easy to be young in the 21st century?

There is an opinion that youth is the best part of a person’s life. What is it – a fact or a stereotype? Happy Youth supporters’ arguments sound very convincing. According to them, when you are fifteen or sixteen, the future seems cloudless, the world around you is beautiful and friendly, and you feel strong and optimistic. Neither health nor other problems trouble you yet. You have the parents who protect and support you. You have friends who never betray you. Conflicts are certainly unavoidable, but they don’t last long, and it’s usually not a problem to survive through them. This is a conventional idea about young people. But is it true?

Psychologists insist that they have lots of work with teenagers. In their “happiest” years they have too many problems, and in most cases they don’t know how to solve them. They lack life experience and are not self-confident enough. They are often too categoric and can’t forgive other people’s faults and mistakes. A quarrel or misunderstanding can lead to serious suffering. “I don’t feel happy at all”, says Jack Green, 14. “I have no friends. It always works the same. At first it seems that I’ve found a real friend, but then I feel very disappointed because he betrays me – tells silly stories about me in the school, or doesn’t help when I need help. It has happened many times.”

“The thing which worries me a lot is my future job”, says Helen Carter, 15. “To have a good life in the future, I have to find a good job. If I want to find a good job, I have to get a good education first. But how am I supposed to choose my career line?! I don’t know what’s good and what’s bad for me. I cannot make an informal choice. I need to make some decision about my education very soon and I feel awfully scared. What if I make a mistake and get an education for a wrong job? This means that I’ll have to do the job which I don’t like or even hate. This makes me feel sick.”

On reading these words we, adults, realize that being young is not so easy. It’s rather challenging to be a teenager of the 21st century, when the world changes so rapidly and people have to work very hard to keep pace with it (успевать за ним). Who can help young people feel less stressed out and more self-confident? Who can provide them with information and advice? The answer, I suppose, is evident.

The author of the article thinks that the opinion that the youth is the best of human life may be true. He presents rather (1)_____________ arguments for the idea. The strongest argument is that teenagers have fewer

(2) _____________ in comparison with adult people, let along the elderly. And it goes without saying that healthy people feel stronger, more energetic, more optimistic and consequently happier than people in poor health.

However, the author also presents some facts which do not go with the (3) _____________ idea that “youth” and “happiness” are synonyms. Psychologists say that teenagers do have problems. Most of them are caused by their lack of (4) _____________ and lack of self-confidence Another typical teenage problem is that they cannot compromise. Looking for an ideal relationship they often feel bitterly (5) _____________ with their friends who are not able to meet high requirements.

Worries about the future career add up to the teenager syndrome. It’s extremely difficult for a 15-16 year old person to make an (6) _____________, as they don’t have enough information yet. At the end of the article the author concludes that being a teenager in our dynamic world is rather (7) _____________. Adults should realize that teenagers often need their support and advice.

Задание №2 Модальные глаголы

1.Переведите на русский язык.

  1. Mike can run very fast.

  2. They can understand French.

  3. Kate can speak English well.

  4. My brother can come and help you in the garden.

  5. Can you speak Spanish?

  6. Can your brother help me with mathematics?

  7. May I invite Nick to our house?

  8. You may go now.

  9. If you have done your homework, you may go for a walk.

  10. Don’t go to the wood alone: you may lose your way.

  11. It stopped raining, and mother told us that we might go out.

  12. May children play with scissors?

2. Вставьте модальные глаголы may, must или need.

  1. ... we hand in our compositions tomorrow? — No, you ... not, you ... hand them in after Sunday.

  2. ... John really do this today? — No, he ... not, he ... do it tomorrow if he likes.

  3. You ... not let this cup fall: it ... break.

  4. ... I help you with your coat on?

3. Вставьте модальные глаголы can, may, must или need.Переведите.

  1. I ... not go out today: it is too cold.

  2. ... I take your pen? — Yes, please.

  3. We ... not carry the bookcase upstairs: it is too heavy.

  4. We ... not carry the bookcase upstairs ourselves: the workers will come and do it.

  5. When ... you come to see us? — I ... come only on Sunday.

  6. Shall I write a letter to him? — No, you ... not, it is not necessary.

Контрольная работа к разделу № 2

Цель: контроль усвоения лексического и грамматического материала, навыков аудирования и чтения с полным пониманием содержания по теме раздела

Задание №1

Прослушайте диалог и выберите правильный ответ

(Текст для прослушивания)

Receptionist: Dr. Carter's Office.

Ronald: Yes, I'd like to make an appointment to see Dr. Carter, please.

Receptionist: Is this your first visit?

Ronald: Yes it is.

Receptionist: Okay. Could I have your name please?

Ronald: Yes. My name is Ronald Schuller.

Receptionist: And may I ask who referred you to our office?

Ronald: Uh, I drove past your office yesterday.

Receptionist: Okay. How about the day after tomorrow on Wednesday at 4:00 O'clock?

Ronald: Uh. Do you happen to have an opening in the morning? I usually pick up my kids from school around that time.

Receptionist: Okay. Um . . . how about Tuesday at 8:00 A.M. or Thursday at 8:15 A.M.?

Ronald: Uh, do you have anything earlier, like 7:30?

Receptionist: No. I'm sorry.

Ronald: Well, in that case, Thursday would be fine.

Receptionist: Okay. Could I have your phone number please?

Ronald: It's 643-0547.

Receptionist: Alright. And what's the nature of your visit?

Ronald: Uh . . .

Receptionist: Yes sir.

Ronald: Well, to tell the truth, I fell from a ladder two days ago while painting my house, and I sprained my ankle when my foot landed in a paint can. I suffered a few scratches on my hands and knees, but I'm most concerned that the swelling in my ankle hasn't gone down yet.

Receptionist: Well, did you put ice on it immediately after this happened?

Ronald: Well yeah. I just filled the paint can with ice and . . .

Receptionist: And so after you removed the paint can . . . Sir, sir, Mr. Schuller, are you still there?

Ronald: Well that's part of the problem. Uh, the paint can is still on my foot.

Receptionist: Look, Mr. Schuller. Please come in today. I don't think your case can wait.
Задания для учащихся
1. What is the man's name?
A. Russell
B. Randall
C. Ronald

2. From the conversation, how did the man probably find out about Dr. Carter?
A. He saw the office on his way home from work.
B. A friend referred him to Dr. Carter's office.
C. He found Dr. Carter's number in the phone book.

3. What time does he schedule an appointment to see Dr. Carter?
A. Tuesday
B. Wednesday
C. Thursday

4. Why does the man want to see the doctor?
A. He hurt his knee when a tall ladder fell on him.
B. He injured his ankle when he fell from a ladder.
C. He sprain his hand when he fell off the roof of his house.

5. What does the receptionist suggest at the end of the conversation?
A. The man should put some ice on his injury.
B. The man needs to come into the office right away.
C. The man ought to take it easy for a few days.
Задание №2

Прочитайте и установите соответствие между заголовками A – Н и текстами 1 – 7.

Занесите свои ответы в таблицу. Используйте каждую букву

только один раз. В задании один заголовок лишний.


First computers


Professional sport


Risky sport


Shopping from home


Shopping in comfort


New users


Difficult task


Digging for the past

1. A group of university students from Brazil have been given the job of discovering and locating all the waterfalls in their country. It is not easy because very often the maps are not detailed. The students have to remain in water for long periods of time. Every day they cover a distance of 35 to 40 kilometers through the jungle, each carrying 40 kilos of equipment.

2. For many years now, mail-order shopping has served the needs of a certain kind of customers. Everything they order from a catalogue is delivered to their door. Now, though, e-mail shopping on the Internet has opened up even more opportunities for this kind of shopping.

3. Another generation of computer fans has arrived. They are neither spotty schoolchildren nor intellectual professors, but pensioners who are learning computing with much enthusiasm. It is particularly interesting for people suffering from arthritis as computers offer a way of writing nice clear letters. Now pensioners have discovered the Internet and at the moment they make up the fastest growing membership.

4. Shopping centres are full of all kinds of stores. They are like small, self-contained towns where you can find everything you want. In a large centre, shoppers can find everything they need without having to go anywhere else. They can leave their cars in the shopping centre car park and buy everything in a covered complex, protected from the heat, cold or rain.

5. Not many people know that, back in the fifties, computers were very big, and also very slow. They took up complete floors of a building, and were less powerful, and much slower than any of today’s compact portable computers. At first, the data they had to process and record was fed in on punched-out paper; later magnetic tape was used, but both systems were completely inconvenient.

6. Potholing is a dull name for a most interesting and adventurous sport. Deep underground, on the tracks of primitive men and strange animals who have adapted to life without light, finding unusual landscapes and underground lakes, the potholer lives an exciting adventure. You mustn’t forget, though, that it can be quite dangerous. Without the proper equipment you can fall, get injured or lost.

7. Substantial remains of an octagonal Roman bath house, probably reused as a Christian baptistry, have been uncovered during a student training excavation near Faversham in Kent. The central cold plunge pool was five metres across, and stood within a structure which also had underfloor heating and hot pools, probably originally under a domed roof.








Задание №3
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