PAUTA KET CLASE

Royal American School

English Subject

Viviana Césped Pardo

PAUTA DE EVALUACIÓN

CUADERNO KET

 

CRITERIOS

TU PUNTAJE

TOTAL

CORRECCIONES

 

CORRECCIÓN PRUEBA RELEVANCIA 1

 

10

ANÁLISIS ERRORES PRUEBA DE RELEVANCIA 1

 

10

DESARROLLO Y CORRECCIÓN  KET 1 PARTE ESCRITA

 

10

TRABAJO CLASES KET

 

TRABAJO CLASES KET AGOSTO

 

15

TRABAJO CLASES KET SEPTIEMBRE

 

                                 15
PUNTO BASE

 

10

TOTAL SCORE    

 

**** LA CORRECCIÓN DE LA PRUEBA DE RELEVANCIA Y EL ANÁLISIS PODRÁ SER INTERCAMBIADA AL MENOS CON DOS CORRECCIONES Y DOS ANÁLISIS DE DOS PRUEBAS DE UNIDADES QUE HAYAN SIDO REALIZADAS EL SEGUNDO SEMESTRE.

 

****ÚLTIMO PLAZO DE ENTREGA  MARTES 19 NOVIEMBRE.

classwork ket

 

Royal American School

English Subject

Viviana Césped Pardo

CLASSWORK –KET

AUGUST

First WeekI come ___________ England.

to
from
at
in

You should ___________ swimming.

start up
get off
take up
take off

 

Second weekThere aren’t ___________ people here.

much
many
a lot
some

Tim ___________ work tomorrow.

isn’t going
isn’t
isn’t going to
isn’t to

I’d like ___________ information, please.

an
some
piece
a piece

___________ to school yesterday?

Do you walk
Did you walked
Did you walk
Have you walked

 

ThirdDid you speak to Juliet?’ ‘No, I’ve ___________ seen her.

nearly
hardly
often
always

I went to the shop ___________ some chocolate.

for buying
for buy
to buy
buy

You ___________ better see a doctor.

did
would
should
had

‘I don’t like coffee.’ ‘ ___________ do I.’

So
Neither
Either
No

 

FourthHave you visited London?’ ‘ ___________ .’

Not yet
Ever
Already
Not

‘Why are you so hungry?’ ‘Oh, I ___________ breakfast this morning.’

hadn’t
didn’t
didn’t have
haven’t

Is Jo ___________ Chris?

taller that
taller
as tall as
more tall

His office is on the second ___________ of the building.

floor
level
ground
stage

You should ___________ your homework.

make
do
work
give

How long ___________ English?

do you learn
are you learning
have you been learning
you learn

 

September

1ST  weekCLASS WORK : READING TEST

READ  THE TEXTS AND  CHOOSE THE CORRECT ALTERNATIVE ACCORDING TO THE READING

 

Japan’s most famous dog

In front of the enormous Shibuya train station in Tokyo, there is a life-size bronze statue of a dog. Even though the statue is very small when compared to the huge neon signs flashing, it isn’t difficult to find. It has been used as a meeting point since 1934 and today you will find hundreds of people waiting there for their friends to arrive- just look for the crowds.

Hachiko, an Akita dog,was born in 1923 and brought to Tokyo in 1924. His owner, Professor Eisaburo Uyeno and he were inseparable friends right from the start. Each day Hachiko would accompany his owner, a professor at the Imperial University, to Shibuya train station when he left for work. When he came back, the professor would always find the dog patiently waiting for him. Sadly, the professor died suddenly at work in 1925 before he could return home.

Although Hachiko was still a young dog, the bond between him and his owner was very strong and he continued to wait at the station every day. Sometimes, he would stay there for days at a time, though some believe that he kept returning because of the food he was given by street vendors. He became a familiar sight to commuters over time. In 1934, a statue of him was put outside the station. In 1935, Hachiko died at the place he last saw his friend alive.

Q1 – The statue of Hachiko is small.

Right
Wrong
Doesn’t say

Q2 – The statue isn’t difficult to find because there are so many people there.

Right
Wrong
Doesn’t say

Q3 – The professor worked in a school.

Right
Wrong
Doesn’t say

Q4 – The professor died at work.

Right
Wrong
Doesn’t say

Q5 – The dog waited every day at the station.

Right
Wrong
Doesn’t say

Q6 – Nobody gave the dog any food.

Right
Wrong
Doesn’t say

Q7 – The dog died before the statue was put outside the station.

Right
Wrong
Doesn’t say

 

2 nd  weekCLASS WORK : READING TEST

Intelligence pills

Some scientists have predicted that healthy adults and children may one day take drugs to improve their intelligence and intellectual performance.  A research group has suggested that such drugs might become as common as coffee or tea within the next couple of decades.

To counter this, students taking exams might have to take drugs tests like athletes.  There are already drugs that are known to improve mental performance, like Ritalin, which is given to children with problems concentrating.  A drug given to people with trouble sleeping also helps people remember numbers.

These drugs raise serious legal and moral questions, but people already take vitamins to help them remember things better, so it will not be a simple problem to solve.  It will probably be very difficult to decide at what point a food supplement becomes an unfair drug in an examination

Q1 – Only children will take pills to improve their intellectual performance.

Right
Wrong
Doesn’t say

Q2 – Intelligence pills are already as common as coffee or tea.

Right
Wrong
Doesn’t say

Q3 – Coffee is as common as tea.

Right
Wrong
Doesn’t say

Q4 – Students could have to take intelligence drugs tests.

Right
Wrong
Doesn’t say

Q5 – A sleeping pill helps people remember numbers.

Right
Wrong
Doesn’t say

Q6 – Vitamins to help people study are illegal.

Right
Wrong
Doesn’t say

Q7 – Food supplements are unfair.

Right
Wrong
Doesn’t say

 

3 th weekCLASS WORK : READING TEST

Indian drummers

Shillong 1) __________ north east India 2) __________ the world record yesterday for the largest number of people 3) __________ the drums together. People travelled 4) __________ long way, many 5) __________ foot, from villages in the state in order 6) __________ in.

A total of 7,951 people played the drums at 7) __________ same time, over seven hundred more than the old record.

The state now 8) __________ two world records – it is the wettest place in the world as well.

Questions

1

in

on

at

2

breaks

broke

broken

3

play

plays

playing

4

a

an

the

5

by

on

in

6

join

to join

joining

7

the

a

as

8

hold

holds

holding

 

4 th weekCLASS WORK: READING TEST

Robot Birds

Liverpool city council want to clear the city of fat pigeons. They say that that people are feeding the birds, which makes them fat. The pigeons get bigger because their normal diet would consist of seeds and insects, not high-fat junk food they are eating in the city centre.

The council want people to know that everyone who feeds the pigeons is responsible for the streets being so crowded with these birds. They hope to encourage the birds to move away from the city centre and into parks and open spaces.

Ten robotic birds have been brought into the city centre to scare the pigeons away and visitors are asked not to give the pigeons any food. The mechanical birds – known as ‘robops’ – will sit on the roofs of buildings. They can be moved around to different locations. They look like a peregrine falcon, which is a bird that kills pigeons. They even make noises and flap their wings to scare the pigeons. They hope that the pigeons will go away before the city becomes the European Capital of Culture in two years.

Questions

Q1 – Pigeons are fatter in Liverpool than in other cities.

Right
Wrong
Doesn’t say

Q2 – Pigeons get fat because they eat seeds and insects.

Right
Wrong
Doesn’t say

Q3 – According to the council, everyone is to blame for the numbers of pigeons.

Right
Wrong
Doesn’t say

Q4 – They want the pigeons to move out of the city centre.

Right
Wrong
Doesn’t say

Q5 – Visitors shouldn’t feed the pigeons.

Right
Wrong
Doesn’t say

Q6 – The robotic birds can move around the city centre.

Right
Wrong
Doesn’t say

Q7 – Liverpool is the European Capital of Culture.

Right
Wrong
Doesn’t say