Duration of the summative assessment– 40 minutes



Listening – 10 minutes Reading – 10 minutes Writing – 20 minutes

Speaking task is conducted separately.

 

Total marks - 24

The structure of the summative assessment

This Summative Assessment consists of 14 questions: listening, reading, writing and speaking. Different types of tasks are used in the Summative Assessment for the term.

Gap filling task is a task in which words/numbers are removed from a text and replaced with spaces. Learners have to fill each space with the missing word/number or a suitable word.

Multiple choice tasks consist of several possible answers from which the correct one should be selected.

Open-ended tasks require learners to follow instructions of the task, answer questions in words, expressions and sentences.

 

The content of the summative assessment for the 1 term should be selected on topics “Hobbies and Leisure” or/and “Communication and Technology”.


Characteristic of tasks for summative assessment for the 1 term

Unit Strand Learning objective *Total number of tasks *Question № *Type of question *Task description Time Total marks

Hobbies and Leisure.

Communication and Technology.

Listening 7.L2 Understand with little support most specific information in extended talk on a limited range of general and curricular topics. 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 Gap filling Each learner works individually. The task enables learners to elicit specific information in extended talk. Learners listen to the recording twice on topic ‘Hobbies and Leisure’, having chance to look through the questions before the recording starts (1-2 min to read the questions before the recording starts). The task consists of 6 questions. Learners complete the gaps with no more than three words while listening. 10 minutes 6
Reading 7.R1 Understand the main points in texts on a limited range of unfamiliar general and curricular topics. 7.R3 Understand the detail of an argument on a growing range of familiar general and curricular topics, including some extended texts. 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 Multiple choice Open ended Each learner works individually. The task enables learners to identify general information from the text and elicit details. Learners read the text on topic ‘Communication and Technology’ and answer the questions. This task consists of 6 questions with one possible answer. In question 1-3 learners choose the right answer. In questions 4-6 learners give short answers. 10 minutes 6

 

  Unit   Strand   Learning objective *Total number of tasks   *Question № *Type of question   *Task description   Time   Total marks
  Writing 7.W3 Write with moderate grammatical accuracy on a limited range of familiar general and curricular topics. 7.W8 Spell most high- frequency vocabulary accurately for a growing range of familiar general and curricular topics. 1 1 Open ended Each learner works individually. Learner should write on topics ‘Hobbies and Leisure’ or ‘Communication and Technology’. They should follow the structure and answer in full sentences. Learners should write with grammatical accuracy using a variety of topic related vocabulary. 20 minutes 6
  Speaking 7.S3 Give an opinion at discourse level on a growing range of general and curricular topics. 7.S5 Keep interaction with peers to negotiate, agree and organise priorities and plans for completing classroom tasks. 7.S1 Use formal and informal registers in their talk on a limited range of general and curricular topics. 1 1 Open ended Learners pair up and have a two-way conversation on topics: ‘Hobbies and Leisure’, ‘Communication and Technology’. They have 1 minute to prepare and 2 minutes to talk on the topic. Learners are provided with some visual aids (pictures) and questions for a discussion. They provide own points of view on topics, explaining and justifying their positions and answers. Teacher can ask additional questions to support learners if necessary. Each pair talks for 2 minutes. 6
TOTAL:             40 minutes 24

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Sample questions and mark scheme

Tasks for the Summative Assessment for the term 1

Listening

 

Task.Listen to the interview with Mike and Kim Black and write NO MORE THAN THREE missing words. You will listen to the recording twice. CD3. Tapescript 1.
Example: Mike and Kim Black are from the British band ‘Bad Day’.
1. Mike and Kim live in the flat                        _ of London. [1]
2. Mike likes London but he thinks it is                            . [1]
3. They listen to a lot of                                          music. [1]
4. Mike and Kim like to                            in their free time. [1]
5. They watch TV a lot but they do not go to the_             . [1]
6. Kim’s brother is in the band                                          . [1]
  Total [6]
Reading  
Task.Read the article about mobile phones and do the tasks.  

Mobile Fever

Why are we so addicted to mobile phones? There are now over forty million people in Britain with mobiles and if the present trend continues, every man, woman and child in Britain will soon have one – or two, or three!

They can be expensive and are possibly bad for us. You can spend a lot of money if you use your mobile a lot. According to some scientists, if we go on using mobiles, we’ll cook our brains. Some people even say that radiation from mobiles causes cancer.

Teenagers are among the biggest users of mobiles, and ‘texting’ is creating a new language full of abbreviations such as ‘How RU?’ in Japan, Surveys show teenagers are reading less and mobile use is affecting the marks of secondary school learners. A big problem in Britain is crime. Last year half a million British teenagers were victims of mobile phone theft.

As technology improves, mobiles can do more and more. If you have one of the new multimedia mobiles, you can log on the net, pay for things, play games, interact with TV programs and take photos to send to your friends.

 

Read the text again and answer the questions.

Example: Is this text about addiction to mobile phones?

A) No, it is not B) Yes, it is

C) No information

D) Neither A nor B

 

1. How many British people are addicted to mobile phones? A) 60 million

B) 40 million

C) 5 million

D) 2million                                                                                                                       [1]


2. Mobiles can be the reason of… A) toothache

B) stomachache

C) cancer D) headache

[1]

 

3. … are among the biggest users of mobiles.

A) Middle age people

B) Old people

C) Young people

D) Adult people                                                                                                                      [1]

 

Read the text and give a short answer.


4. Is radiation one of causes of cancer?                                                      

5. Is ‘texting’ creating a new type of communication?                                 

6. Does a mobile phone improve the marks of the learners?                        

 

Writing

Task .Choose one of the topics below. Answer all the questions with appropriate details.

Follow the questions, use topical vocabulary and pay attention to the grammar.

 

Topic 1. About Sam’s hobby


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Total [6]


Sam, 19 years old, a programmer, has got a family.

Give some information about Sam. What is his favourite hobby?

 

Example: Sam is nineteen years old. What is he going to plant?

 

What should a person do to make his garden look nice?

 

 

Does he enjoy his hobby? Why?

 

 

Do you like gardening? Why? Why not?

 


Topic 2. About John’s computer games addiction

John, 28 years old, a manager, has not got a family Give some information about John. Do you think he is a computer games addict?

Example: John is 28 years old and works as a manager.

 

What is he doing now?

 

What should a person do to be good at playing computer games?

 

What do you think does he enjoy playing computer games? Why?

 

Does this activity help John work well as a manager?

 

Do you like playing computer games? Why? Why not?

 

Total [6]

Speaking

Task .Work in pairs. Choose one of the cards and make a dialogue with a partner. You have 1 minute to prepare and 2 minutes to talk.

 

Card 1

Discuss with your partner the topic ‘Hobbies and Leisure’. The following questions will help you to organize your talk:

1) What hobbies do you have?

2) What do you enjoy the most?

3) When did you start your hobby?

4) What do you usually do after school?

5) What hobby you cannot live without?

Card 2

Discuss with your partner the topic ‘Hobbies and Leisure’. The following questions will help you to organize your talk:

1) What is your hobby?

2) Tell about your friend’s interests and hobbies.

3) Do you have any common interests (hobbies)?

4) Do you spend much time chatting with your friend(s)?

5) What is the most popular hobby now?

Card 3

Discuss with your partner the topic ‘Hobbies and Leisure’. The following questions will help you to organize your talk:

1) What do you usually do in your free time?

2) What is your favourite free time activity?

3) Do you spend your leisure time with your friends?

4) How do you spend your leisure time with your friends?

5) Do you often go out?


Card 4

Discuss with your partner the topic ‘Hobbies and Leisure’. The following questions will help you to organize your talk:

1) What is your hobby?

2) Why you think your hobby is interesting?

3) When do you usually enjoy your hobby?

4) Do you think that every person should have a hobby?

5) What is the most popular hobby now?

Card 5

Discuss with your partner the topic ‘Communication and Technology’. The following questions will help you to organize your talk:

1) How much television do you watch per day/week?

2) What time of a day do you usually watch TV?

3) Who do you normally watch TV with?

4) What kind of TV programmes do you like the most?

5) Do you have a favourite TV programme at the moment?

Card 6

Discuss with your partner the topic ‘Communication and Technology’. The following questions will help you to organize your talk:

1) Which modern electronic devices are popular now?

2) Do you have any electronic device?

3) What do you mainly use your electronic device for?

4) Do you spend much time chatting with your friend(s)?

5) Do you think electronic devices help you study?

Card 7

Discuss with your partner the topic ‘Communication and Technology’. The following questions will help you to organize your talk:

1) How many text messages do you send per day?

2) Do you like Facebook /Vkontakte /Instagramm?

3) What do you use your mobile for?

4) What app do you like now?

5) Where do you upload photos (Facebook, email, etc.)?

Card 8

Discuss with your partner the topic ‘Communication and Technology’. The following questions will help you to organize your talk:

1) Do you often use Internet?

2) What information do you usually search on the Internet?

3) How often do you communicate with people on the Internet?

4) Do you think it is comfortable to work on the Internet?

5) Can you believe everything that is posted on the Internet?

Total [6] Total marks_ /24


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