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Контрольная работа по разделу 3 "What's the news?" 9 класс

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Test work. Unit 3 “TV or not TV”


Прочитайте тексты (А,В,С,D) и соотнесите тексты с заголовками (1-5). Один заголовок ЛИШНИЙ.

  1. the necessity of educating teens about life.

  2. teenagers tend to idealize the world.

  3. the main task of youth magazines is to make teenagers think about serious things

  4. the life of teenagers is not as easy as it used to be

  5. teenagers fear the realities of modern life.

A. Teens will always be concerned with the same stuff – fashion, movie stars, music and sport. But life today is not that simple. AIDS (when the body’s immune system is not working), drugs, drinking and the weakening of the ozone layer are some of the problems that concern young people today. So what does it take for American teens to be in on the latest trends and fashion? What do they read to keep up to date?

B. Readers of Seventeen are usually high-school or college girls who are more concerned about learning how to have a relationship with a normal guy than about what their favourite TV star had for breakfast. In its pages, you can find articles like “Planet Power” (how to save the Earth); “Body Ecology” (natural make-up, healthy hair); great sport.

There are a lot of more ads for fashion and less for skin creams. There isn’t any star -gazing here, and not much confidential chatter. Indeed, where Sassy and Teen try to act as pal, parent, fashion consultant and doctor, Seventeen gives greater independence to its audience. It’s for the teen in transition, girls who are preparing to read Vogue, Cosmopolitan and other more mature women’s magazines.

C. So far it seems like girls are the only ones who read magazines. But look in the opposite direction and you’ll find Sport Illustrated For Kids. This is one of the most popular youth magazines to be published in years. It covers top athletes and top sports, with short and colourful articles. It is a combination of magazine and colourful book.

So just what are American teens learning from these magazines? Sassy editor Jane Pratt says, “Being a teenager is such a troubling time… At the same time, there’s that feeling that anything is possible and that you will live forever.” Idealism is practically synonymous with being a teenager. This is what makes being a teen so exciting, confusing and dangerous.

D. But there’s the reality of the 1990s – drugs, fatal drunk-driving accidents and AIDS. So behind all the make-up hints and movie reviews, there are serious things too. These magazines educate and inform teens about health care, because after all, AIDS doesn’t care about your clothes or your dreams for the future.

Task 2

Прочитайте текст. Преобразуйте слова, напечатанные заглавными буквами в конце строк. Обозначенных номерами В10-В14,так, чтобы они грамматически и лексически соответствовали содержанию текста.

Most towns and cities throughout Britain have their own B10---- REGION

Newspapers. These range from morning and evening dailies to Sunday

papers and some 2,000 or more which are published just once or twice

a week.

These papers mainly include stories of regional and local interest, but

dailies also cover national and international news, often looked at from

a local viewpoint. They also provide a B11----medium for local advertising. VALUE

It is impossible to list all Britain’s regional papers.

London has its own evening paper, the Evening Standard, which has a

circulation of nearly 470,000 and provides B12 -----with news and LONDON

features covering events in the capital and of national and international interest.

Regional or local papers serve community interests. Weekly local papers

Contain articles and features on the community as well as details of

Local theatre and cinema B13--- . The majority of local papers delivered PERFORM

free to every house in the area. They consist B14---- of the advertising LARGE

which finances them.

Task 3

Rewrite the sentences in indirect form.

  1. Mary said: “I was ill”.

  2. John told me:”They transmit weather forecast”.

  3. They said:”We will listen to the radio”.

  4. My mum said:” Jane prefers channel 1.”

  5. He told: “Tom is a telly addict.”

Краткое описание документа:

Контрольная работа  по третьему разделу  "What's the news?"  в 9 классе. Автор учебника Кузовлев В. П. (Английский язык. 9 класс : учеб. для общеобразоват. учреждений / В.П. Кузовлев, Н.М. Лапа, Э.Ш. Перегудова и др.  - М.: Просвещение, 1997. - 228с.: ).

Контрольная работа  построена на лексике и грамматике этого раздела и включает в себя три задания. Первое задание - чтение с общим охватом понимания (соотнести тексты с заголовками; один заголовок лишний). Второе задание на словообразование(также формат ЕГЭ). Третье задание - согласование времен (преобразовать прямую речь в косвенную).

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