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AGRUPAMENTO DE ESCOLAS GIL

EANES

Escola Bsica das Naus


Ano Letivo 2015/2016

Name

________________________________

_____

Class

____

Date

_____________________________
Teacher ___________________________

Evaluation

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Listening Comprehension
COTAES
Atividade A ................................................................................................. 50 pontos
1.
10 pontos
2.
10 pontos
3.
10 pontos
4.
10 pontos
5.
10 pontos

Atividade B ................................................................................................ 50 pontos


1.
10 pontos
2.
10 pontos
3.
10 pontos
4.
10 pontos
5.
10 pontos
6.
10 pontos
Total 100 pontos

AGRUPAMENTO DE ESCOLAS GIL

EANES

Escola Bsica das Naus


Ano Letivo 2015/2016

15 Minutes
A. You will hear five short conversations. For each conversation, circle
the appropriate picture (A-C).
1.

Identify which is Peters magazine.

2.

Rachel bought a new mobile phone. How much did it cost?

40

50
A

3.

55
B

Identify who Helen is.

4.

Identify who Michael is.

5.

How many people went to the concert with Jane?

6
A

10
B

B. You will hear a woman talking about a new TV quiz show on the radio.
Listen and complete the table.

NAME

A CHALLENGE

Day

1.

Number of teams

2.

Questions will be about

3. Science, films and

This weeks prize

4.

To be on the show, phone

5.

QUIZ TV SHOW

(Adapted from: Cambridge Tests)

Part I
READING COMPREHENSION

20 MINUTES

Read the text carefully.

TECHNOLOGY
ADDICTION IN TEENS

10

15

20

25

Many of todays teens spend a lot of their time with their faces buried
in a computer monitor or smartphone. Mums and dads who would
prefer that their teens faces were buried in books might suspect the
cause of this phenomenon is technology addiction.
Kimberly Young, director of the Center for Internet Addiction
Recovery and author of Internet Addiction: A Handbook and Guide to
Evaluation and Treatment, defines technology addiction as a habitual
compulsion to engage in using technology instead of addressing lifes
problems. For example, a teen, who instinctively pulls out her
smartphone whenever her mum begins lecturing her, might be addicted
to technology because such a reaction is a mechanism to avoid conflict.
Teens are particularly susceptible to technology addiction for several
reasons. First, teens tend to have poor coping mechanisms. In the face of
stress, they often turn to whats comforting to them, usually something
easy to focus on, including online videos or social media sites. Also, in the
teen years, self-identity is crucial. One attraction to technologies such as
online video games and the Internet is the anonymity it brings, allowing
teens to express themselves without putting their ego at risk.
Technology addiction can have several negative effects on a teen. The
interest of anonymity, for example, might pull a teen away from social
engagement. Such an avoidance of social settings could lead to a teen
shutting himself off from his peers. This also leaks into family life. A teen
who overuses technology or uses technology to cope with problems
might refuse to engage in family discourse or family activities in favour of
using the newest gadget or phone application. And addiction can affect a
teens work and academic performance. A teen who rushes to get online
after school neglects his homework. A teen who is texting in class
neglects the lesson.
Adapted from: http://everydaylife.globalpost.com
(Adapted from: Cambridge Tests)

A. Identify the paragraphs where you can find some information about
the following topics.
Write the paragraph number in the corresponding circle.
a)

The attraction of technology

b)

Technology and teens nowadays

c)

The risks of technology

d)

The meaning of technology addiction

B. Read the text again and choose the correct option for items 1 to 4.
In lines 1-2 buried in
means: (a) hidden from

(b) giving all the attention to

In lines 7-8 to engage in


means: (a) to have an interest in

(b) to be busy with

In line 10 lecturing
means: (a) praising

(b) having a serious talk

1.

2.

3.

In line 22 shutting himself off from his peers


means:(a) running away from his friends (b) stop having any contact with his schoolmates
4.

C. Decide if the following statements are right (R) or wrong (W) according to the text.
1.

Teenagers cant usually deal with difficult situations.

2.

Online games and the Internet attract


teens because theyre a way of putting
their ego at risk.

3.

Through technology teenagers avoid anonymity.

4.

Technology addiction can affect family life.

D. Answer these questions about the text in full sentences.


1.

Who is Kimberly Young?

2.

Which behaviour mentioned in paragraph two is a mechanism to avoid conflict?

What happens to family life when teens become obsessed with technology instead of
dealing with their problems?
3.

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Part II
GRAMMMAR

10 minutes

A. Rewrite the following sentence in the negative form.


Many of us spent a lot of time with our faces buried
in a book or in a newspaper.
1.

_____________________________

B. Fill in the blanks with the Past Simple or Past Continuous of the verbs
given in brackets.
Yesterday (1)

(be) the worst day of my life.

There (2)

(be) dark clouds in the sky and a

terrible storm (3)

(begin) with a lot of thunder

and lightning. I (4)

(work) on my computer

when suddenly it (5)


disappeared! I (6)

(break) down. All my work


(decide) to go downstairs to

call my dad. While I (7)

(run) down the stairs,

I tripped over my sisters toy and (8)

(twist) my

ankle. What a terrible day! Now Im stuck at home. The


only good thing is that I have my mobile phone!

C. Complete the sentences with used to or didnt use to.


1.

When I was younger I

have a mobile phone. Now I do.

2.

He

3.

Peter
have a small cell phone, but last week he sold it online and
bought a new smartphone.

4.

5.

My parents
do.

6.

I
play football with my friends when I was younger. Now we
play online games instead.

play Farmville on the computer, but he stopped a few months ago.

go online very often, but now Im addicted to social networking.


have mobile phones when they were teenagers. Now they

Part III

Writing

15 MINUTES

A. Complete the following phone conversation using the expressions in the box
below.
Some are not necessary.

Carol: Hi.

Is Jessica in, please?


Jessica: Its me Carol. (1) _______________________ ?
Carol: Glad that youre at home.
(2) ______________________ to the cinema with me?
To the cinema!? (3) ___________________ ?
Carol: Tonight at nine. Theres a premiere today.

Jessica:

Jessica: (4) _________________________ ?


Carol: Its

a comedy.
Jessica: OK, but I have to ask my parents first.
Can I (5) _____________________________ later?
Carol: OK. Ill wait for your call then.

Reading Comprehension
COTAES (Parte I)
Part I .................................................................................................... 40 pontos
Atividade A
a)
b)
c)
d)
Atividade B
1)
2)
3)
4)
Atividade C
1)
2)
3)
4)
Atividade D
1)
2)
3)

10 pontos

10 pontos

10 pontos

10 pontos

COTAES (Parte II)


Parte II
................................................................................................... 25 pontos

Atividade A
1)

4 pontos

Atividade B
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
8)
Atividade C
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
Atividade D
1)
2)
3)

12 pontos

9 pontos

10 pontos

COTAES (Parte III)


Atividade A/ WRITING............................................................................. 35
pontos
Atividade A
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)

35 pontos

Total 100 pontos