Билеты 11 класс

Каждый учитель сам составляет экзаменационные билеты, ориентируясь на пройденный с учащимися материал. Мне придётся идти другим путём — изучать материал, исходя из билетов. В приведённых ниже билетах нет ничего нового, они составлены на основе Пособия по подготовке к экзамену, но в группах, где не знаешь, за что браться (за что ни возьмись — везде ноль), лучше дать детям ответы на заранее составленные билеты под запись. В таком случае можно обеспечить себе и детям некоторое спокойствие при подготовке к экзамену: будет по чём учить.

Останется только составить ответы на вопросы в минимальном объёме (у меня никак не получается, слишком много материала для заучивания выходит, а моим ученикам нужно буквально по предложению).

Может, у кого-то есть хорошие простенькие заготовки и коллеги не пожалеют поделиться?

Билеты составлялись не мной, это прошлогодний набор к экзамену, составленный коллегой.

Экзаменационные билеты 11 класс

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  • 1. Let’s talk about family
    2. Let’s talk about family traditions
    3. Family. Family Relationships
    1. Let’s talk about family. What can you tell us about your family? Do you get on well with your parents? What is your family for you?
    OK, …, let’s talk about family relationships.
    First of all some words about my family and myself.
    My name is … I’m 17 years old. I live in a small town of …, Brest region. This year I’m finishing school and getting ready for my exams.
    We are (2-3-4) in our family: my mother, my… and me.
    My mother is (38 -39-40). She works as a… My father is…
    We are a very united family. I get on well with my parents. My family is everything for me.
    We have some family traditions. We celebrate birthdays of all members of the family. In summer we have barbeques and go to the seaside ( to the forest, to the river, lake) together.
    2. Do you agree that children should be brought up strictly? Why?
    Yes, I agree that children should be brought up strictly. Why? So that not to have problems in future – with alcohol, drugs, crime…
    3. Imagine you are invited to spend a couple of days in your pen-friend’s family in London. Ask him about their family holidays and traditions.
    I think I’ll ask him the following questions:
    1. The first q-n: Do you have family traditions?
    2. The second q-n What is your favourite holiday?
    3. The third q-n: How do you usually spend your family holidays?
    4. Your close friend is hesitating if to accept her boyfriend’s proposal. She asks you for advice. What would you say?
    I think I’ll give her the following advice:
    • If you love him, marry him and be happy!
    5. Which is better: being an only child in the family or having a lot of brothers and sisters?
    In my family there are two (three) children: my … and me. We get on well with each other and I’m quite happy with my family. Perhaps in future I’ll also have 2(3) children.

    4. Let’s talk about friendship
    1. Let’s talk about friendship. What’s your best friend like?
    I have many friends but my best friend is…We have been classmates since …
    … is 16. She (he) has an oval face, a straight nose, thick hair, blue eyes and an attractive smile.
    … is really charming and friendly. Whenever a friend is in trouble she (he) never fails to help.
    She (he) is open-minded and interested in other people. I think … is easy to deal with and we have a lot in common: we are both interested in …, we are crazy about surfing the internet and we like good music. In general my friend is an interesting person.
    She (he) is fond of modern pop and rock music. Her (his) favourite singers are…
    She (he) enjoys walking along the streets or having a stroll in the park.
    … Has a great sense of humour and I like to spend time with her(him).
    It’s impossible to be depressed with her (him) around.
    2. Can you rely on your best friend? Why (not)?
    Yes, I can rely on my best friend. Because she (he) is an honest and reliable girl(boy).
    3. What questions do you usually ask when you want to get acquainted with someone?
    I think I’ll ask him the following questions:
    • Hello! My name is… What’s your name?
    • What music are you listening?
    • What computer game are you playing!
    4. What can you advise a teenager who has no friends?
    I think I’ll give the following advice:
    • Try to be open-minded and interested in other people.
    5. Nowadays people prefer to have more money than many friends. What do you think about it?
    There is a proverb in Russian: it’s better to have 100 friends than 100 roubles. I agree with it. Besides I think it is possible to have both much money and many friends. Why not?
    5. Let’s talk about studying at school
    1. Let’s talk about studying at school. What school do you go to? At what age do Belarusian schoolchildren start and finish school? How long does a school year last? Do you take any exams?
    OK, …, let’s talk about studying at school. So, my name is … and I’m a pupil of the 11th form of Malorita gymnasia. The gymnasia is a three-storied building – big, comfortable and quite modern.
    On the ground floor there are several classrooms for junior pupils, workshops, a cloakroom, a canteen, a library and a headmaster’s office.
    On the first and second floors there are classrooms for senior pupils, a teacher’s room and a gymnasium.
    I go (went) to school five (six) days a week. Classes start at 8 o’clock in the morning and last till 2-3 p.m. We usually have (had) 6 or 7 lessons a day. We study(ied) a lot of different subjects: Russian, Belarusian, English, Russian and Belarusian literatures, History, Geography, Biology, Physics, Chemistry, Maths, Computer studying, PE etc. I like (d) History, Belarusian and Maths most of all. I usually receive (d) good marks in these subjects.
    And I’d like to say a few words about Belarusian system of education. Belarusian schoolchildren start school at the age of 6 and finish it at the age of 17.
    The school year lasts for 9 months: from the 1st of September till the 31st of May. The schoolchildren take exams after the 9th and the 11th forms.
    2. Do you agree that schoolchildren must wear a school uniform? Why?
    No, I can’t say that I fully agree that schoolchildren must wear a school uniform. In my opinion they must keep to a formal style in clothes.
    3. Imagine you are talking to your peer from England about schooling. What questions would you ask him/her?
    I think I’ll ask him the following questions:
    1. At what age do Belarusian schoolchildren start and finish school?
    2. How long does a school year last?
    3. Do you take any exams?
    4. Your friend doesn’t know what to do after finishing school. Give some advice.
    I think I’ll give her the following advice:
    • Ask your parents’ advice!
    • Think what you are interested in and what you are good at!
    5. What is your idea of an ideal school?
    No uniform, interesting lessons, tasty food and good teachers. This is an ideal school for me.

    6. Let’s talk about. school traditions
    1.Let’s talk about Do you have any traditions at your school? What are they? Do you take part in any events at school?
    OK, …, let’s talk about traditions at your school. But first some words about my school.
    So, my name is … and I’m a pupil of the 11th form of Malorita gymnasia. The gymnasia is a three-storied building – big, comfortable and quite modern.
    On the ground floor there are several classrooms for junior pupils, workshops, a cloakroom, a canteen, a library and a headmaster’s office.
    On the first and second floors there are classrooms for senior pupils, a teacher’s room and a gymnasium.
    I go (went) to school five (six)days a week. Classes start at 8 o’clock in the morning and last till 2-3 p.m.. Usually we have (had) 6 or 7 lessons a day. We study(ied) a lot of different subjects: Russian, Belarusian, English, Russian and Belarusian literatures, History, Geography, Biology, Physics, Chemistry, Maths, Computer studying, PE etc. I like(d) History, Belarusian and Maths most of all. I usually receive(d) good marks in these subjects.
    Now about the traditions. First of all it’s the holiday of the first and the last bell.
    On the 31st of May here is always a festive parade outside the building and then a kind of celebration inside.
    Then of course we can’t but remember different school parties, sport competitions, concerts devoted to some memorable dates and what not…
    And I’d like to say a few words about Belarusian system of education. Belarusian schoolchildren start school at the age of 6 and finish it at the age of 17.
    The school year lasts for 9 months: from the 1st of September till the 31st of May. The schoolchildren take exams after the 9th and the 11th forms.
    3,4,5- the same as in topic 5

  • Вот, попробуйте мои наработочки.. Все упрощено, насколько это было возможно. Сработала данная система подготовки в прошлом учебном году хорошо — и детям готовиться было несложно, и мне, как учителю, спокойно. Конечно, более сильным уч-ся настойчиво предлагалось сделать свои добавления, и так оно и было. Находились ( и это здорово!) продвинутые детки, которые принципиально высказывали свое и только свое мнение. о таких, как правило, единицы.
    Если понравится, выложу остальные билеты.

    • Действительно, проще некуда. Думаю, у всех коллег есть группы, которым именно такой материал будет по силам. Я себе несколько иначе ответы представляю.

  • спасибо большое! как начинающему учителю, такие наработки помогли войти в «правильное экзаменационное русло».

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