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Test specifics rto


Conteúdos temáticos /
Tipologia de itens Cotação Critérios de classificação
Domínios de referência


A) de seleção: escolha 80 10 pontos: escolha certa

– Music múltipla 0 pontos: escolha
– Friendship errada
B) de construção 120 12 pontos: informação correta
6 pontos: informação incompleta
0 pontos: informação incorreta


A) de seleção: True / 60 12 pontos: escolha certa e evidência correta

False e evidência do texto 6 pontos: escolha certa
0 pontos: escolha errada
B) de construção: 60 20 pontos: informação correta, sem erros gramaticais
perguntas diretas sobre o ou ortográficos
texto 10-19 pontos: informação correta com alguns erros
gramaticais ou ortográficos
1-9 pontos: informação correta com muitos erros gramaticais
ou ortográficos
0 pontos: informação incorreta
C) de seleção: 40 8 pontos: resposta certa
– Present simple, Present
identificação de 0 pontos: resposta
continuous, Past
referentes errada
simple, Past continuous
– Phrasal verbs with hang D) de seleção: 40 10 pontos: resposta certa
– Present perfect simple, identificação de 0 pontos: resposta
Present perfect sinónimos errada
continuous Use of English

A) de seleção: escolha 80 10 pontos: resposta certa

múltipla 0 pontos: resposta errada
B) de seleção: 40 10 pontos: resposta certa
exercício de 0 pontos: resposta
completamento errada
C) de seleção: exercício 40 10 pontos: resposta certa
de completamento 0 pontos: resposta errada
D) de construção: 40 10 pontos: estrutura correta
exercícios de reescrita 5-9 pontos: alguns erros de estrutura e
de frases ortografia 2-4 pontos: muitos erros de ortografia
0 pontos: estrutura incorreta


De construção: resposta 200 180-200 pontos: articula as ideias de forma adequada num texto
extensa (cerca de 100 claro e coerente; bom domínio das estruturas e formas
palavras) sobre uma gramaticais, vocabulário variado e adequado; erros ortográficos e
das unidades temáticas. gramaticais pouco frequentes e não impeditivos de compreensão;
respeita os limites de palavras.
100-179 pontos: texto pouco organizado, mas coerente;
vocabulário pouco variado, mas adequado; erros ortográficos e
gramaticais frequentes e não impeditivos de compreensão; pode
Vocabulário relacionado não respeitar os limites de palavras.
com os temas 60-99 pontos: texto desorganizado e simples, abordando o tema
de forma genérica e recorrendo a repetições e pormenores pouco
relevantes; vocabulário pouco adequado; erros ortográficos e
gramaticais frequentes; pode não respeitar os limites de palavras.
1-59 pontos: texto muito desorganizado e simples; erros
ortográficos e gramaticais sistemáticos, vocabulário pobre e frases
sem sentido; não respeita limites de palavras; conteúdo pode
afastar-se do que é pedido.
0 pontos: texto sem sentido; estrutura elementar e desajustada;
conteúdo não corresponde ao que é pedido.

#English, 10.º ano – Evaluation

Answer key and Scripts
Listening Script B:
A. 1. Bruce; 2. Lisa; 3. Archie; 4. Lisa; 5. Archie; 6. Megan; 7. Bruce; 8. Why do our preferences in musical taste differ so much?
Megan There are many different reasons for this. For instance, there are supposed
B. 1. our preferences in musical taste to differ. to be cultural and social reasons: social scientists have talked a lot about
2. cultural and social. how your background and where you have been raised can play a role in
3. a role in the phenomenon. the phenomenon. You might like classical music because you were being
4. influence what one values. dragged to it all the time in your childhood, or you might not like it for the
5. on the things a person was exposed to at different stages of very same reason. The idea is, the things to which one was being exposed to
development. in their childhood can later influence what one values.
6. an example of this. Some people have suggested that aesthetic preferences depend on the
7. for emotion regulation and presenting yourself. things a person was exposed to at different stages of development. For
8. during your teenage years. instance, the contrast between pop and rock music. You may get attached to
9. start to change. the music that you listen to during your teenage years. During these years
10. an important role in teenagers’ lives. music becomes very important for emotion regulation and presenting yourself:
“this is what I like”. In the teenage years, changes in hormone levels start to
Reading occur and this is the time when music can have quite an important role in
A. 1. F “There’s even the possibility… the same values.” your life. You cannot help but value that type of music for the rest of your
2. T “…music was by far the most common topic of conversation.” life, and this is how it is forming your taste to some degree.
3. F “…people who listen to the same music could have similar
4. T “…these apps are proving music’s worth as a social tool.”
5. F “…knowing what the other person’s musical taste is, can have a
positive impact on the relationship.”
B. 1. It’s because we feel that the music a person listens to is a good way
of measuring his / her personality.
2. They find matches based on musical taste, replicating the feeling of
meeting people at a niche music festival.
3. Personal answer
C. 1. music being the most common topic of conversation 2. people
3. This study 4. people’s 5. a niche music festival
D. 1. noticed 2. similar / same 3. maybe 4. Important

Use of English
A. 1. Friendship 2. together 3. teen 4. mutual 5. development
6. interact 7. skills 8. cooperate
B. 1. was playing / went 2. sings / is travelling 3. saw / was having 4. am
not feeling / ate
C. 1. Don’t hang back 2. hang out 3. Hang on 4. don’t hang up
D. 1. The band have been performing for an hour.
2. I have already watched this singer on TV.
3. You have gone to Wales twice.
4. Andrew has been working in a record shop since February.

Script A:
Lisa: I know that some students and adults listen to music with earphones
on as a way to subtly signal to everyone around them that they are doing their
own thing and don’t want to deal with you. They don’t want to be drawn into
a conversation. They don’t want to answer your question. They don’t want you
in their space. Sometimes they aren’t even, actually, listening to anything (but
most of the time they are, for entertainment’s sake.)
Bruce: I wonder if the most likely answer is simply that music is a really,
really great thing, and as soon as a person is in a position to search out
music on his/her own and listen to it alone, the person will do it… and love
Music offers quite a large number of benefits – all the benefits of art:
expression of complex emotions, an opportunity for the viewer/listener to
deepen his own sense of self, of the beauty of the world, and so much more.
Music moves us, often literally. Music inspires us. It’s no surprise that
people who suddenly discover the ability to listen to copious amounts of
music will do it.
Megan: It’s not just teenagers that listen to music everywhere they go. Music is
very soothing, therapeutic, and evokes powerful emotions in people of all
ages. It’s a great way to pass the time and focus on something else
besides your everyday surroundings.
Archie: I think that music is a form of both self-discovery and self-
expression. Teenagers of every generation have found the appeal in the
emotional impact that music has on a person. Modern technology also
makes it possible to carry music with us seamlessly. It is a natural fit!
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#English, 10.º ano – Evaluation

Name No. Class Date Mark Teacher Parent RF

A Listen to four teens (Lisa, Bruce, Megan and Archie) talking about music. Who says 8×10=80
what? Write the name after each sentence.

1. Everybody loves music.

2. Teenagers don’t want to talk to you, so they put on their earphones.

3. Technology allows you to take your music with you.

4. Sometimes teenagers aren’t listening to music at all.

5. Teens of every generation find the emotional impact of music appealing.

6. Music is a good way of spending your time.

7. Music brings about motion and emotion.

8. Adults also listen to music everywhere they go.

B Listen to someone talking about the reasons why our musical taste differs so 10×12=120
much. Complete the sentences accordingly.

1. There are many causes for .

2. These causes may be .

3. The background of a person plays .

4. Being exposed to one type of music in your childhood can .

5. For some people, aesthetic preferences are based .

6. Showing appreciation for rock or pop is .

7. During teenage years, music is essential .

8. Your taste in music is formed .

9. In this period, hormone levels .

10. In the teenage years, music has .

Name No. Class Date Mark Teacher Parent

Read the following text carefully.

Why are we more likely to have a similar musical taste to our friends?

Have you ever noticed that you and your group of friends all listen to similar music? Maybe you don’t
listen to the same music as all your friends but just as your closest friends. There’s even the possibility
you and your friends like the music you do because you share the same values. Or are you the one person
who listens to a style of music that everyone makes fun of? Whether you like the same music as someone
5 it remains an important aspect of our social lives.
During a recent study, researchers conducted an experiment where people had to meet strangers in a chat
room with the objective of getting to know the other person. After all the transcripts were collected, it
soon became clear that music was by far the most common topic of conversation. This is because we feel
that the music a person listens to is a good measure of their personality. While it may not always be the
case, it
10 is possible to deduce a few things about the person.
This study explains that people who listen to the same music could have similar attributes. It also
suggests that we like to see our own personality traits reflected back at us in our friends. We know this
isn’t always true as we all have those friends who are completely alike but cannot stand each other. You
can find qualities that you enjoy in other people through their music taste but it doesn’t need to be
the same as
15 what you listen to.
Wouldn’t you have more fun on a long car journey if you had the same musical taste as your best friend?
Thinking like this is why a new craze of dating apps that find matches based on musical taste have
appeared. These applications replicate the feeling of meeting people at a niche music festival, where
everyone is into the same stuff. With a relatively high success rate, these apps are proving music’s worth
20 a social tool.
More than merely showing that people with the same musical taste are compatible, this proves that just
knowing what the other person’s musical taste is can have a positive impact on the relationship.
https://medium.com/the-world-is-playlisting-the-official-mixably-blog (adapted and abridged)
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A Say if these sentences are true (T) or false (F) and quote from the text to 5×12=60
support your answers.
1. Having the same values as your friends has nothing to do with your musical taste.
2. During the study, the majority of people chatted about music. 0T
3. People who listen to the same music have different attributes. ito

4. There are new dating apps which show that music brings people together.

5. Having the same taste in music doesn’t have a positive effect on relationships.

B 3×20=60
Answer the following questions about the text.

1. Why was music the main topic of conversation in the chat room of the study?

2. What do the new dating applications do?

3. Do you think that having the same musical taste can have a positive impact on a relationship?
Why / Why not?

C What do the words in bold in the text refer to? 5×8=40

1. This (line 8)

2. who (line 11)

3. It (line 11)

4. their (line 14)

5. where (line 18)

D Find in the first paragraph synonyms to the words below. 4×10=40

1. realised

2. alike

3. perhaps

4. essential
Name No. Class Date Mark Teacher Parent

Use of English
A Complete the paragraph with the words below. 8×10=80

together • interact • cooperate • friendship • mutual

development • teen • skills E
means something different to everyone. Regardless of how you might define ©
friendship, what brings people 2 is something that’s mutual. Consider youth in school Ed

who are friends because they are in the same classroom and share a mutual teacher. Or a 3 ra

whose friends play a common sport. It’s true for adults too; perhaps adults are friends because of where
they work or volunteer. Despite how or what brings people together into friendship, it happens because of
something that’s 4 . Friends are vital to teens’ healthy 5 , and
those teens who lack friends can suffer psychological and mental difficulties later in life. They point
out that friendships help teens develop emotionally and morally as they 6 with
friends and learn many social 7 , such as how to communicate, 8
and solve problems.
www.canr.msu.edu (abridged)
B Fill in the gaps with the appropriate verb tense: present simple, present continuous, 4×10=40
past simple or past continuous.
1. I (play) my guitar, when suddenly the lights (go) out.
2. Tom usually (sing) with his band on Saturdays, but this Saturday he
(travel) abroad.
3. When I (see) Jerry, he (have) a music lesson.
4. I (not feel) well at the moment. I probably (eat) something
rotten last night.

C Rewrite the following sentences using the correct phrasal verbs with hang. 4×10=40

1. Come on! Don’t hesitate! – Come on! !

2. They usually spend time together during the weekend. – They usually .
3. Stay there! I’ll be back in a minute! – ! I’ll be back in a minute.
4. I want to talk to you, so don’t end this call! – I want to talk to you, so !

D Build sentences from the words in brackets. Use the present perfect simple or the 4×10=40
present perfect continuous.
1. The band are playing now. They started playing an hour ago. (the band / perform)

2. This singer is amazing. I watched him on TV. (I / already / watch)

3. You went to Wales. You went there twice. (you / go)

4. Andrew works in a record shop. He got his job in February. (Andrew / work)

Name No. Class Date Mark Teacher Parent

Choose A or B and write about 100 words. 200

A Write an entry for the school blog about your favourite singer or band; don’t forget to
explain why you like them and their music.

B “Many people will walk in and out of your life but only true friends leave
footprints in your heart.”
Eleanor Roosevelt
Imagine you’re having a conversation with your bestie about the main features of a good friend
and write the dialogue.

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