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Matriz do teste de Compreenso Oral

Objetivos Contedos Estrutura Cotaes Critrios de classificao

Compreender Texto e vocabulrio A. Distinguir frases 7 x 10 = 70 p Resposta correta: 10 pontos;


o texto. relacionados com os verdadeiras e falsas. Resposta incorreta: 0 pontos.
tpicos da unidade
B. Escolher a opo 6 x 5 = 30 p Resposta correta: 5 pontos;
correta. Resposta incorreta: 0 pontos.

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Matriz do Teste 5A

Objetivos Contedos Estrutura Cotaes Critrios de classificao

Compreender Texto e vocabulrio A. Identificar sinnimos no 4 x 1,5 = 6 p Resposta correta: 1,5 pontos;
o texto. relacionados com os texto. Resposta incorreta: 0 pontos.
tpicos da unidade
Expressar B. Distinguir frases 5 x 1,5 = 7,5 p Resposta correta: 1,5 pontos;
informao de verdadeiras e falsas e 3 x 1,5 = 4,5 p Resposta incorreta: 0 pontos;
forma clara e corrigir as falsas. Correo da frase falsa: 1,5 pontos.
estruturalmente
C. Responder a perguntas 4 x 5 = 20 p Resposta correta: 5 pontos;
correta. sobre o texto. Resposta incorreta: 0 pontos;
Contedo parcialmente correto: 2 pontos;
Desconto mximo para incorrees: 4 pontos.

Aplicar o Vocabulrio D. Identificar cones do 6 x 2 = 12 p Resposta correta: 2 pontos;


vocabulrio tratado relacionado com os computador. Resposta incorreta: 0 pontos.
tpicos da unidade
na unidade.
Aplicar os itens Relative pronouns: E. Completar espaos. 4 x 2,5 = 10 p Resposta correta: 2,5 pontos;
gramaticais who, which, whose, Resposta incorreta: 0 pontos.
that.
tratados.
Future tense F. Construir frases. 4 x 2,5 = 10 p Resposta correta: 2,5 pontos;
Resposta incorreta: 0 pontos.

Conditional type 0 G. Escolher o tempo 4 x 2,5 = 10 p Resposta correta: 2,5 pontos;


and I verbal correto. Resposta incorreta: 0 pontos.

Produzir um Mundos digitais H. Escrever um texto. 20 p 16-20 pontos o texto respeita o tema, tem uma
enunciado escrito. estrutura coerente e no apresenta erros
ortogrficos relevantes.
10-15 pontos o texto respeita o tema, mas
revela alguns erros de estrutura e de ortografia.
1-9 pontos o texto no respeita integralmente o
tema, tem erros de estrutura graves e apresenta
erros ortogrficos que dificultam a comunicao.
0 pontos o texto no respeita o tema proposto
ou tem erros de estrutura graves e apresenta erros
ortogrficos que inviabilizam a sua compreenso.

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Matriz do Teste 5B
Objetivos Contedos Estrutura Cotaes Critrios de classificao

Compreender Texto e vocabulrio A. Fazer a correspondncia 4 x 1,5 = 6 p Resposta correta: 1,5 pontos;
o texto. relacionados com os entre palavras do texto e os Resposta incorreta: 0 pontos.
tpicos da unidade seus sinnimos.
Expressar
informao de B. Distinguir frases 5 x 2 = 10 p Resposta correta: 2 pontos;
forma clara e verdadeiras e falsas. Resposta incorreta: 0 pontos.
estruturalmente Resposta correta: 5,5 pontos;
C. Responder a perguntas 4 x 5,5 = 22 p
correta. sobre o texto. Resposta incorreta: 0 pontos;
Contedo parcialmente correto: 2 pontos;
Desconto mximo para incorrees: 4 pontos.
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Aplicar o Vocabulrio D. Identificar icones do 6 x 2 = 12 p Resposta correta: 2 pontos;


vocabulrio tratado relacionado com os computador. Resposta incorreta: 0 pontos.
tpicos da unidade
na unidade.
Aplicar os itens Relative pronouns: E. Escolher o pronome 4 x 2,5 = 10 p Resposta correta: 2,5 pontos;
gramaticais who, which, whose, relativo. Resposta incorreta: 0 pontos.
that.
tratados.
Future tense F. Completar frases. 4 x 2,5 = 10 p Resposta correta: 2,5 pontos;
Resposta incorreta: 0 pontos.

Conditional type 0 G. Escolher o tempo 4 x 2,5 = 10 p Resposta correta: 2,5 pontos;


and I verbal correto. Resposta incorreta: 0 pontos.

Produzir um Mundos digitais H. Escrever um texto. 20 p 16-20 pontos o texto respeita o tema, tem uma
enunciado escrito. estrutura coerente e no apresenta erros
ortogrficos relevantes.
10-15 pontos o texto respeita o tema, mas
revela alguns erros de estrutura e de ortografia.
1-9 pontos o texto no respeita integralmente o
tema, tem erros de estrutura graves e apresenta
erros ortogrficos que dificultam a comunicao.
0 pontos o texto no respeita o tema proposto
ou tem erros de estrutura graves e apresenta erros
ortogrficos que inviabilizam a sua compreenso.

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Matriz do Teste 5C

Objetivos Contedos Estrutura Cotaes Critrios de classificao

Compreender Texto e vocabulrio A. Fazer a correspondncia 4 x 1,5 = 6 p Resposta correta: 1,5 pontos;
o texto. relacionados com os entre palavras do texto e os Resposta incorreta: 0 pontos.
tpicos da unidade seus sinnimos.
Expressar
informao de B. Distinguir frases 5 x 1,5 = 7,5 p Resposta correta: 1,5 pontos;
forma clara e verdadeiras e falsas e 3 x 1,5 = 4,5 p Resposta incorreta: 0 pontos;
corrigir as falsas. Correo da frase falsa: 1,5 pontos.
estruturalmente
correta. C. Responder a perguntas 4 x 5 = 20 p Resposta correta: 5 pontos;
sobre o texto. Resposta incorreta: 0 pontos;
Contedo parcialmente correto: 2 pontos;
Desconto mximo para incorrees: 4 pontos.

Aplicar o Vocabulrio D. Identificar cones do 6 x 2 = 12 p Resposta correta: 2 pontos;


vocabulrio tratado relacionado com os computador. Resposta incorreta: 0 pontos.
tpicos da unidade
na unidade.
Aplicar os itens Relative pronouns: E. Completar espaos. 4 x 2,5 = 10 p Resposta correta: 2,5 pontos;
gramaticais who, which, whose, Resposta incorreta: 0 pontos.
that
tratados.
Future tense F. Construir frases. 4 x 2,5 = 10 p Resposta correta: 2,5 pontos;
Resposta incorreta: 0 pontos.

Conditional type 0 G. Escolher o tempo 4 x 2,5 = 10 p Resposta correta: 2,5 pontos;


and I verbal correto. Resposta incorreta: 0 pontos.

Produzir um Mundos digitais H. Escrever um texto. 20 p 16-20 pontos o texto respeita o tema, tem uma
enunciado escrito. estrutura coerente e no apresenta erros
ortogrficos relevantes.
10-15 pontos o texto respeita o tema, mas
revela alguns erros de estrutura e de ortografia.
1-9 pontos o texto no respeita integralmente o
tema, tem erros de estrutura graves e apresenta
erros ortogrficos que dificultam a comunicao.
dit 0 pontos o texto no respeita o tema proposto
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ou tem erros de estrutura graves e apresenta erros


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ortogrficos que inviabilizam a sua compreenso.
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Unit 5 At your
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5 Listening Test
5No.
Name Class

Date / / Evaluation Teacher

A Listen to the text and say whether the sentences are True (T) or False (F).
1. Steve Jobs was born in San Firmino.

2. He became interested in computers when he was a


grown up.

3. In 1974 he got a job as a technician at Atari.

4. He travelled around the world.

5. He created movies such as Toy Story and Finding


Nemo.

6. He was 56 years old when he died.

7. Steve Jobs advice was Youve got to find what you


love..

B Choose the right word in each of the pairs in italics.

Steve Jobs was the co-founder/founder and


CEO of Apple.
People associate/association Steve Jobs with
innovative products like the iPod, iPhone, iTunes
and iPad. He was famous for his attention
to/with design.
Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak founded/found
Apple in 1976.
Jobs persuaded Wozniak to make a computer
and sell it/them.
Together, they developed the Mac. Jobs also
built the computer into/on which the World
Wide Web was created.
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Name No. Class

Date / / Evaluation Teacher

People like Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and


Microsoft founder Bill Gates have appeared in a video
to tell children that coding is fun. The biggest names in
technology want todays children to learn computer
programming. Other stars, from the world of sport and
entertainment, also say kids need to learn to code.
Dropbox creator Drew Houston believes coding is like
learning to play a musical instrument or playing a sport:
It starts out being very scary but you kind of get the
hang of it, he said. Singer will.i.am also appeared in
the video. He said: Great coders are todays rock stars.
The video is from Code.org a non-profit foundation that wants schools to give children more lessons on
computer programming. On their website they say: Every student in every school should have the
opportunity to learn to code. The site contains lots of quotes from famous people. The first is from Steve
Jobs who said a long time ago: I think everybody should learn how to program a computer because it
teaches you how to think.
Video game designer Gabe Newell explained how coding can really change childrens lives. The
programmers of tomorrow are the wizards of the future. Youre going to look like you have magic
powers.
Sources: www.breakingnewsenglish.com

A Find words or expressions in the text that mean the same as


1. computer coding

2. frightening

3. learn

4. abilities

B Say whether the sentences are True (T) or False (F) according to the text.
Correct the false ones.
1. The newest names in technology want children to learn coding.

2. The article mentions people like Facebooks CEO and Microsofts founder.
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3. Coding is very different from playing a sport.


4. Musician will.i.am said great coders are the same as rock stars.

5. Code.org is hoping to make a lot of money from its website.

C Answer the questions about the text.


1. What does the creator of Dropbox compare code learning to?

2. What is Code.org?

3. What did Steve Jobs think about this?

4. Who does Gabe Newell compare coders to?

D Identify six icons in the picture.

1
2
3
4
5
6
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E Complete the sentences with the right relative pronoun.


1. Bill Gates, founded Microsoft, appeared in the video.

2. will.i.am, songs are famous, said great coders are rock stars.

3. Computer coding, isnt learnt in schools, teaches you how to think.

4. I cant remember the password I chose for my new email.

F Identify the reason why be going to or will are used to express


the future.
1. In the future, kids will learn computer coding in schools. a. prediction
2. Ill buy this modern laptop now. b. future facts
3. Im going to learn computer programming.
c. decision to do something
4. You wont have magic powers.
d. spontaneous decision

G Identify the right type of the conditional sentences (type 0 or type I).
1. When I grow up, Ill be a computer coder.

2. If I drink coffee, I dont sleep at night.

3. Students will learn skills for their future if the schools have
computer coding lessons.

4. If schools dont have computer coding lessons, students dont learn it.

H Write a short text about computer programming.


Do you think children should learn computer programming in school?
Why is learning to code like playing a sport?
Do you think you could learn quickly how to code?
What do you think of the idea of great coders being like rock stars?
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Unit 5 At your fingertips Test 5B

Name No. Class

Date / / Evaluation Teacher

People like Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and


Microsoft founder Bill Gates have appeared in a video
to tell children that coding is fun. The biggest names in
technology want todays children to learn computer
programming. Other stars, from the world of sport and
entertainment, also say kids need to learn to code.
Dropbox creator Drew Houston believes coding is like
learning to play a musical instrument or playing a sport:
It starts out being very scary but you kind of get the
hang of it, he said. Singer will.i.am also appeared in
the video. He said: Great coders are todays rock stars.
The video is from Code.org a non-profit foundation that wants schools to give children more lessons on
computer programming. On their website they say: Every student in every school should have the
opportunity to learn to code. The site contains lots of quotes from famous people. The first is from Steve
Jobs who said a long time ago: I think everybody should learn how to program a computer because it
teaches you how to think.
Video game designer Gabe Newell explained how coding can really change childrens lives. The
programmers of tomorrow are the wizards of the future. Youre going to look like you have magic
powers.
Sources: www.breakingnewsenglish.com

A Match the words to their synonyms.


1. computer coding a) scary
2. frightening b) get the hang of
3. learn c) powers
4. abilities d) computer programming

B Say whether the sentences are True (T) or False (F) according to the text.
1. The newest names in technology want children to learn coding.
2. The article mentions people like Facebooks CEO and Microsofts
founder.
3. Coding is very different from playing a sport.
4. Musician will.i.am said great coders are the same as rock stars.
5. Code.org is hoping to make a lot of money from its website.
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C Answer the questions about the text.


1. What does the creator of Dropbox compare code learning to?

2. What is Code.org?

3. What did Steve Jobs think about this?

4. Who does Gabe Newell compare coders to?

D Identify six icons in the picture.

1
2
3
4
5
6
E Choose the right relative pronoun.
1. Bill Gates, who/which founded Microsoft, appeared in the video.

2. will.i.am, who/whose songs are famous, said coders rock.

3. Computer programming, which/who isnt learnt in schools, teaches you how to


think.

4. I cant remember the password whose/that I chose for my new email.

F Identify the reason why be going to or will are used to express


the future.
a. prediction
1. In the future, kids will learn computer coding in schools.

2. Ill buy this modern laptop now. b. future facts

3. Im going to learn computer programming. c. decision to do something

4. You wont have magic powers. d. spontaneous decision

G Identify the right type of the conditional sentences (type 0 or type I).
1. When I grow up, Ill be a computer coder.

2. If I drink coffee, I dont sleep at night.

3. Students will learn skills for their future if the schools have
computer coding lessons.

4. If schools dont have computer coding lessons, students dont learn it.

H Write a short text about computer programming.


Do you think children should learn computer programming in school?
Why is learning to code like playing a sport?
Do you think you could learn quickly how to code?
What do you think of the idea of great coders being like rock stars?
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Unit 5 At your fingertips Test 5C


Name No. Class

Date / / Evaluation Teacher

A British teenager has become a multimillionaire after selling an


app he created to web giant Yahoo. The deal is reported to be
worth up to 30 million dollars and includes a job working on
Yahoos future mobile projects.
Nick DAloisio, 17, started making his Summly app when he was
just 15. He was studying for school exams and became frustrated
at reading through long online articles. He created the app to
summarise long reports so people could read the content more
quickly.
Adam Cahan from Yahoo said: It started with the idea that we
live in a world of constant information and need new ways to
simplify the stories that are important to us.
Mr DAloisio started coding when he was 12 years old and developed the largest part of his Summly app
in his bedroom. He launched his app when he was 15 and it soon attracted over 1.5 million dollars of
investment. Yahoo buying his app makes the British teen one of the worlds youngest self-made
millionaires. He believes his deal with Yahoo is perfect. To me, Yahoo is the best company to be joining
right now because its one of great internet companies that sells apps for mobiles and they are the perfect
fit for Summly.
Sources: BBC / L.A. Times/ www.breakingnewsenglish.com

A Match the words or expressions to their synonyms.


1. deal a) not satisfied

2. frustrated b) start selling a new product

3. launch c) become successful without help

4. self-made d) a formal agreement

B Say whether the sentences are True (T) or False (F) according to the text.
Correct the false ones.
1. A teenager sold an app to Yahoo for around forty million dollars.

2. The teenager, Nick DAloisio, also got a job at Yahoo.

3. Nick started coding when he was just seven years old.


4. People invested more than 1.5 million dollars in his product.

5. Nick believes his partnership with Yahoo needs changes.

C Answer the questions about the text.


1. Why did Nick create this app?

2. When did he start developing this app?

3. Where did Nick develop his app?

4. Why is Yahoo perfect for Summly?

D Identify six icons in the picture.

1
2
3
4
5
6
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E Complete the sentences with the right relative pronoun.


1. Nick DAloisio, created Summly, is a millionaire.

2. Nick, app is a success, started coding at 12.

3. Computer coding, isnt learnt in schools, teaches you how to think.

4. I cant remember the password I chose for my new email.


F Identify the reason why be going to or will are used to
express the future.
1. Ill buy this fashionable smartphone now. a. prediction

2. He will become a millionaire. b. future facts


3. Im going to learn how to make an app. c. decision to do something
4. They wont launch this app.
d. spontaneous decision

G Identify the right type of the conditional sentences (type 0 or type I).
1. When I grow up, Ill be a millionaire.

2. If I practice hard, I will create a successful app.

3. My eyes become red if I spend too much time in front


of the computer.

4. If you dont spend an hour without your mobile you are addicted to it.

H Comment the statement:


Coding is good for students to learn because
Answer Key Unit 5 At your fingertips
Listening Test 5 Test 5A
A. 1. computer programming; 2. scary; 3. get
Script the hang of; 4. powers.

Steve Jobs was born in San Francisco in 1955. He B. 1. F. The biggest names in technology want
became interested in computers when he was a children to learn coding.
teenager and attended lectures after school at Hewlett 2. T.
Packard. In 1974, Jobs got a job as a technician at the 3. F. Coding is like playing a sport.
video game maker Atari. He saved enough money to 4. T
travel around India and then returned to Atari, where 5. F. Code.org is a non-profit foundation.
he met Steve Wozniak. Later they founded the main
C. 1. Drew Houston, Dropbox creator, believes
company in the digital revolution, Apple.
coding is like learning to play a musical instrument
Steve Jobs also had success at Pixar. He created Oscar- or
winning movies such as Toy Story and Finding playing a sport.
Nemo. He died in October 2011. He was 56 years old. 2. Its a non-profit foundation that wants schools
to give children more lessons on computer
Apple made many innovative products like the iPod, programming.
iPhone, iPad and the Mac computer. Jobs was famous 3. He thought everybody should learn how to
for his attention to design and style. program a computer because it teaches you how
to think.
Jobs and Wozniak founded Apple in 1976. Jobs
4. He compares coders to wizards with special
persuaded Wozniak to make a computer and sell it.
powers. / He said they would look like wizards
Together, they developed the Mac. It was the first small
with special powers.
computer with a user-friendly interface to be
successful. Jobs also built the computer on which the D. Net connection; camera; email; music; checked;
World Wide Web was created. lock; zoom; shopping cart; unlock; calculator;
download; fonts; definitions; WWW Internet; start
Jobs advice for success is: Youve got to find what you
button.
love.
Source: Wikipedia
E. 1. who; 2. whose; 3. which; 4. that.
F. 1. a. prediction; 2. d. spontaneous decision; 3. c.
decision to do something; 4. b. future facts.
A. 1. F; 2. F; 3. T; 4. F; 5. T; 6. T; 7. T.
G. 1. type I; 2. type 0; 3. type I; 4. type 0.
B. a) co-founder; b) associate; c) to;
d) founded; e) it; f) on. H. Personal answer.
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A. 1. d); 2. a); 3. b) ; 4. c). A. 1. d); 2. a); 3. b); 4. c)
B. 1. F. The biggest names in technology want B. 1. F. A teenager sold an app to Yahoo for around
children to learn coding. 30 million dollars.
2. T. 2. T.
3. F. Coding is like playing a sport. 3. F. Nick started coding when he was just
twelve years old.
4. T.
4. T.
5. F. Code.org is a non-profit foundation. 5. F. Nick believes his partnership with Yahoo
is perfect.
C. 1. Drew Houston, Dropbox creator, believes
coding is like learning to play a musical instrument C. 1. Nick created this app because he wanted to
or summarise long online texts.
playing a sport. 2. He started his Summly app when he was just
2. Its a non-profit foundation that wants schools 15 years old.
to give children more lessons on computer 3. He developed the largest part of his Summly
programming. app in his bedroom.
3. He thought everybody should learn how to 4. Yahoo is perfect for Summly because its a
program a computer because it teaches you how great internet company that sells apps for mobiles.
to think.
4. He compares coders to wizards with special D. net connection; camera; email; music; checked;
powers. / He said they would look like wizards lock; zoom; shopping cart; unlock; calculator;
with special powers. download; fonts; definitions; WWW Internet;
start button.
D. Net connection; camera; email; music; checked;
lock; zoom; shopping cart; unlock; calculator; E. 1. who; 2. whose; 3. which; 4. that
download; fonts; definitions; WWW Internet; start
F. 1. b. future facts; 2. d. spontaneous decision.
button.
3. c. decision to do something; 4. a. prediction.
E. 1. who; 2. whose; 3. which; 4. that.
G. 1. type I; 2. type 0; 3. type I; 4. type 0
F. 1. a. prediction; 2. d. spontaneous decision; 3.
c. decision to do something ; 4. b. future facts.
H. Personal answer.

G. 1. type I; 2. type 0; 3. type I.; 4. type 0.


H. Personal answer.