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PostSubject: B.E.M Sample IV   Wed 20 May - 14:28

Text : from MS4 textbook, p.64‘A famous address’.

I:Comprehension: (7 pts)

Activity one: read the text and write ‘true’ or ‘false’. Correct the false statements: (3 pts)
a- Former slaves lived in Georgia.
b- People shouldn’t be judged according to the colour of their skin.
c- M.L. King has got five children.

Activity 2: answer these questions according to the text: (2 pts)
a- Did black and white Americans enjoy the same rights?
b- Is M.L. King optimistic about the future?


Activity three: lexis (2 pts)
3.1) Find in the text words that are closest in meaning to the
following: (1 pt)
a- change :………………… b- strong belief: …………..……

3.2) Find in the text words that are opposite in meaning to the following: (1 pt)
a- slavery =/= ……………… b- despair =/= …………………….


- Mastery of language: ( 7 pts)

Activity one: spot and correct the mistakes in the following passage: ( 2 pts )
a long time ago, black Americans are not well-treated. Most of they lived in a miserable conditions.

Activity two: Write the verbs in the correct form (3 pts)
M.L. King (to be) a famous black priest. He (to devote) his life to the Blacks’ cause. He (to assassinate) in 1968.

Activity three: pronunciation (2 pts )
Complete the table below with words from the text according to the pronunciation of the diagraph ‘th’:







…………..…….

………………..

……………………

……………………


II – Written Expression: ( 6 pts)

You certainly heard about (or saw on tv) the events that took place in the suburbs of Paris and other French towns in 2005 when young immigrants demonstrated in the streets, expressing their anger,
setting fire to hundreds of cars, etc

Why did it happen?How did it happen? What was the reaction of the police and the authorities?

Write a report to inform your classmates(you can use the school newspaper,the English corner)
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PostSubject: Re: B.E.M Sample IV   Wed 20 May - 14:29

EVALUATION GRID


Criteria:

Indicators:

Max. mastery:

Min.

Mastery:

Partial


Mastery

No
mastery:










1-
Relevance


The candidate
writes a paragraph on the topic (the
causes of the street demon-

trations
in Paris) using the relevant lexis ,eg.
Racism, Inequality, riots, violence, bad living conditions, segregation in
job opportunities , etc.







2







1.5







1







0









2 -
Cohesion


- correct
use oftenses
(simple past and present )

- correct
word order

-
mechanics of writing (punctuation, spelling, capitalisation

- correct
use of sentence connectors .







2







1.5







1







0









3- Coherence

-All the
sentences tell about the topic.

-They are
ordered logically to make up a coherent paragraph.

-Logical
connectors are used appropriately







2







1.5











1







0
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Benelhadj




PostSubject: Re: B.E.M Sample IV   Thu 21 May - 17:32

Great to see this work with its evaluation grid. Thank you Mr. Hud
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