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Schulaufgaben

(Hör- bzw. Hör-/Sehverstehen und zunehmend

Gestaltung von Leistungserhebungen


Mit KMS Nr. VI.6-5S5402.7-6.78159 vom 11.08.2004:
auch Leseverstehen)

„Die Lehrpläne der Neueren Sprachen sehen eine gleichmäßige Schulung aller Kompetenzbereiche vor.
Rezeptive und produktive Fähigkeiten müssen gleichermaßen gefördert werden. Daher muss garantiert werden,
dass innerhalb eines Schuljahres folgende kommunikative Fertigkeiten in Schulaufgaben geprüft werden:
Hörverstehen, Leseverstehen, schriftliche Ausdrucksfähigkeit und Sprachmittlung.
In den Schulaufgaben in den modernen Fremdsprachen sollen vorwiegend Aufgabenformen zum Tragen
kommen, die die Integration verschiedener Kenntnisse und Fähigkeiten nachweisen und möglichst
früh zur Selbstständigkeit im Umgang mit der Fremdsprache führen. Ein rein reproduktives Abprüfen von
isolierten Einzelfakten und Detailwissen durch die Schulaufgaben ist weder nötig noch wünschenswert,
da diese in kompetenzorientierten und komplexen Aufgabenstellungen immer mit abgeprüft werden.
Die nach wie vor vielfach praktizierte Dreiteilung von Diktat, Grammatik und Übersetzung in Schulaufgaben der
Spracherwerbsphase sollte durch eine den Zielen des Lehrplans ... entsprechende Gestaltung ersetzt werden:
adäquate Aufgabenformen sind Hör- oder Leseverstehen, Grammatik (in situativen Kontexten) und freie
Textproduktion (evtl. mit Elementen der Sprachmittlung).

Idealerweise werden die einzelnen Bestandteile einer Schulaufgabe in einen situativen Gesamtkontext
gestellt. Übersetzungen in die Fremdsprache sollten nur punktuell und zur Überprüfung spezifischer kontrastiver
Aspekte eingesetzt werden.“

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No-Goes bei Schulaufgabenerstellung
 Schulaufgabentrainer (frei erhältlich für jedermann)
 Schulaufgaben CDs von Verlagen (können ALLE! bei ebay von jedem
(Schüler) ersteigert werden!!!)

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Erstellung von Schulaufgaben

Überlegungen
 möglichst zeitlose Texte
 Text aus dem Umfeld der Schüler
 Präzise Vorgaben
 ein Kontext (der Schüler arbeitet sich in einen Kontext ein und wird ansonsten
herausgerissen)
 optisch schöne Gestaltung
 abwechslungsreiche Gestaltung der Aufgaben
 Neue Prüfungsformen, die die kommunikativen Fertigkeiten abprüfen, wie zum
Beispiel 'Listening', 'Writing', 'Mediation' oder 'Reading' so früh wie möglich
einsetzen
 Anspruch sollte nicht zu gering sein

Konzipieren
a) Überlegen, welche Vokabeln wichtig sind für Schulaufgabe

 Daraus ergibt sich ein grobes Themenfeld + Thema der Unit anschauen

b) Thema festlegen

c) geeigneten Text suchen

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TEXTE
WO?
 Zeitschriften wie Spot on oder evtl. auch Spotlight, In: Englisch, Read on, Praxis Englisch...

 andere Englischbücher wie zum Beispiel Red Line, Green Line, English G ...

TIPP: Einscannen mit der Texte mit einem Texterkennungsprogrammen wie

ABBYY Scan-to-office, Omnipage 16 Pro oder ABBYY FineReader 8

 das Internet

1) ALLROUND Seiten

http://www.newsenglishlessons.com/

http://www.esl-lab.com/

http://www.breakingnewsenglish.com/

http://www.5minuteenglish.com

http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldservice/learningenglish/

http://www.betteratenglish.com/

2) Bei Google Texte suchen:

in Suchmaschine eingeben +Thema + esl + reading

Beispiel: +Australia +esl +reading

Eine gute Seite ist

http://www.ac-nancy-
metz.fr/enseign/anglais/Henry/d
efault.htm

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2) Beispiele für gute Seiten

http://www.spoton.de/

http://kids.nationalgeographic.com/

http://www.keynews.org/

http://www.topics-mag.com/back/issues.htm

http://www.onestopenglish.com

http://www.nytimes.com/learning/index.html

http://www.timeforkids.com/TFK/kids/news

http://www.miguelmllop.com/practice/intermediate/readingcomprehension/readingcompindex.htm

http://esl.about.com/gi/dynamic/offsite.htm?zi=1/XJ/Ya&sdn=esl&zu=http%3A%2F%2Fjeffreyhill.typ
epad.com%2Fenglish%2F

http://www.5minuteenglish.com/

3) Newspapers

http://www.washingtonpost.com/

http://www.nytimes.com/

http://www.newspapers.com/

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LISTENINGS
Die moderne Art des Listenings nennt man unter anderem Podcasts.

Podcasting bezeichnet das Produzieren und Anbieten von Mediendateien (Audio oder
Video) über das Internet. Das Kofferwort setzt sich aus den beiden Wörtern iPod und
Broadcasting zusammen.Ein einzelner Podcast (deutsch: ein Hörstück, genauer Hördatei
oder Bewegtbilddatei) ist somit eine Serie von Medienbeiträgen (Episoden), die über einen
Feed (meistens RSS) automatisch bezogen werden können.

Man kann Podcasts als Radio- oder Fernsehsendungen auffassen, die sich unabhängig von
Sendezeiten konsumieren lassen. Videos heißen Video podcast, vblog oder Vidcast.

Für den Fremdsprachenunterricht ist das ein großer Materialpool für Hörverstehen, aber auch für
Hör-/Sehverstehensaktivitäten - und das zumeist kostenlos. Ein weiteres Plus ist das regelmäßige
Sendungen kostenlos abonniert werden können und somit zuverlässig auf Ihren Rechner kommen.

http://a4esl.org/podcasts/

http://www.voanews.com/specialenglish/index.cfm

http://nativeenglish.eu/articlerss.php?podcastonly=1

http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldservice/learningenglish/general/sixminute/index.shtml

http://www.eslpod.com/website/index_new.html

http://www.eslpod.com/past.xml

http://www.podcast.de/podcast/13692/Listen_to_English_-_learn_English!

http://www.newsenglishlessons.com/

http://www.esl-lab.com/

http://www.breakingnewsenglish.com/

http://www.5minuteenglish.com

http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldservice/learningenglish/

Linkliste:

http://iteslj.org/links/ESL/Reading/

Videos:

http://eslblogs.englishclub.com/film/category/america/

Blogs:

http://fremdsprachenundneuemedien.blogspot.com/

http://www.der-englisch-blog.de/

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Wichtig
 Durchgehende Nummerierung
 Genaue Anweisungen (ab der 1. Schulaufgabe 5. Klasse auf Englisch)
 Genaue Angabe von Punkten
 Verschiedene Aufgaben und abwechslungsreiche Gestaltung:

 Reading
 Vocabulary
 Grammar mit Mixed Part
 Mediation
 Guided Writing
 Listening

Tipps
Schriften

Kostenlose Schriften gibt es auf der Seite: http://www.1001fonts.com/


1) Schrift suchen

2) Download Win TrueType

3) Entpacken und .ttf auf desktop ziehen

4) Start – Systemsteuerung – Schriftarten öffnen

5) .ttf Datei von Desktop in den Schriftarten Ordner ziehen

6) Schrift ist installiert

PDF Converter

Man kann PDFs in Worddokumente zurückumwandeln, Programme hierfür sind FreePDF to


WORDdoc oder PDF Converter Professional

Im Word 2007 kann man mit einem Add-in von Microsoft aus einem Word Dokument ganz
einfach ein PDF machen. Vorteile: es verschieben sich keine Bilder und die Schriften können
ganz einfach ausgedruckt werden.

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1 Welcome to the Grand Canyon. Located in the southwest part of the United States in the
state of Arizona, the Grand Canyon is 277 miles long and up to one mile deep. It was created
by the Colorado River millions of years ago. Long before European settlers saw the canyon,
it was inhabited by Indians who built homes in the canyon.
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(1) A university professor in the Southwest tells of a student who went on a one-day trip to
the Grand Canyon. She didn’t return until a week later. When asked what had happened, she
answered that the Grand Canyon was so amazing that she had needed three days just to get
used to it.
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(2) It is considered by many people to be one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World.
The Grand Canyon was formed by the mighty Colorado River cutting into a plateau in
Arizona. The canyon is 277 miles long and about 1 mile deep. Because it’s so deep, the top
and the bottom have very different weather and vegetation. Going from top to the bottom is
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somewhat going from Canada to Mexico.

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AUFGABEN ZU TEXTEN
1) True and False Questions

Not in the
True False
text
Indians lived in the Grand Canyon long before the
1
white settlers had arrived.
If you walk down the Canyon, you can be sure that
2 there is the same weather on top as inside the
canyon.
Four of the first explorers died in the dangerous
3
water of the Colorado River.

2) Headlines

The text has got six paragraphs. Find the correct heading for each of them and write
the numbers 1–5 in the boxes.

1 Designed over millions of years


2 A dangerous place to go
3 Exploring the Grand Canyon today
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3) Removed sentences

Four sentences have been removed from the text. Find the most suitable position (A-E) for
each of the sentences below. Write the correct letter in the box. You don’t need all of the
letters.

1 The canyon is 277 miles long and about 1 mile deep.


2 In the Grand Canyon you can hold a rock that is 2 billion years old!
3 Many come only for a quick look.

4) Find the pairs of sentences.

Match the two parts. Write the correct letter in the box.

1 There’s no school today A Now he’s helping Mark get on his feet.
2 Oliver knows when it’s time to go home. B Now he can’t see where he’s going.
3 Oliver is really good. C It’s Sunday morning.

5) Tick (√) the correct sentences.

7 The park isn’t far away from the boys’ home.


8 Mark has got a small green bike.
9 Oliver is skating and Mark is riding his bike.

Now correct the wrong sentences.


__________________________________________________________________________

6) What do the underlined words mean in the text? Tick (√) the correct answer.

8 … it’s great when you can do it. (Line 10)

A use a mono-ski
B sit in a wheelchair
C work for the radio

7) Who might have said this, Mum or Jim?

13 ‘I hope there’s a present in the dining-room.’ _______________

14 ‘Doesn’t he like the card game? _______________

8) Complete the sentences. Use information from the text.

7 Ashley plays the ______________ and she plays _____________________ at home.


8 Ashley hasn’t got a boyfriend and she hasn’t got a ________________ or a
_______________ .
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9) Use the information from the text and answer the questions.

You don’t have to write full sentences, but don’t copy the sentences from the text.

11 Why is the Grand Canyon considered to be one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World?

_______________________________________________________________________

12 What mythical story do the Hopi Indians tell about the Grand Canyon?
_______________________________________________________________________

10) Answer the following questions in no more than five words.

You don’t need to write complete sentences.

11 What was the young girls’ dream?

____________________________________________________________________

12 How did the women plan to cross the Antarctic?

____________________________________________________________________

11) Use information from the text and complete the sentences.

11 Mrs Willcox asked several pupils to give short talks in class. That’s why Oliver

__________________________________________________________________

12) Put these sentences in the correct order (A–G) to tell the Westlife story.

1 They have had 14 number one hits and eight albums.


2 The four-member group stayed together.
3 Six Sligo boys started a boy band.
4 Three boys had to leave the group, two new members joined.

13) Which is the correct ending to the sentence? Tick (√) it.

8 Shane’s mum wrote to manager Louis Walsh because


A she was sure he would help the boys to get a contract.
B she didn’t know Ronan Keating.
C she hoped he would help the group stay together.

14) Look at the text and say why the sentences are right or wrong.

7 Buses can’t cross Tower Bridge. That’s ________________ because it says


in the text that _____________________________________________________
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15) Which lines tell you that …? Don’t fill in more than two lines.

11 … lots of Americans have heard of the Lillian Vernon Corporation? Lines ______

12 … Lillian started her business because she needed more money for the family? Lines ____

AUFGABEN ZU VOCABULARY

1) Find words with a similar meaning.

It was a ___________________ (15 >> struggle) between the Indians and the white men. The
Whites were _____________________ (16 >> very strong) and tried to push their
__________________ (17 >> border) westwards. The Indians lived in _________________ (18 > a
group of Indians that live together) and __________________ (19 >>grew) corn.

2) Which words from the text are they?

24 If you do something regularly, you __ __ __ __ __ __ __ to it soon.

25 another word for stone: a __ __ __ __

3) Use a different word or phrase for the words in bold and rewrite the sentences.

28 The idea of walking on the glass bridge frightens lots of people.

4) These words can mean different things. Which meaning is the one in the text? Tick
(√) the best German translation.

17 make (line 10) 18 present (line 11)

A machen, herstellen A anwesend


B zubereiten B Gegenwart
C bewirken C Geschenk
D verdienen D überreichen
E sich belaufen auf E vorlegen

5) Find the opposites.

20 Saint Valentine’s Day is a (serious) _____________________ day.

21 Claudius was (a bit) ______________________ angry.

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6) Use different words to say the same. / Paraphrase the words in brackets. Don’t
change the meaning of the sentences.

25 The young people were (glad) _____________________ when Valentine married them.

26 The soldiers were (hard) ____________________ (men) ______________________ .

7) Say it in other words. Don’t use the words in brackets.

21 The guide was funny. He made (a couple of) ___________________ jokes.

22 Most people were (scared of) _______________________ Henry VIII.

8) Find the correct words. They are all in the text.

19 A _________________________ is a place where lots of people work. (Paragraph 1)

20 When you are ___________________, you want to eat.(Paragraph 2)

9) What do the words in bold mean in the text? Tick (√) the correct answer.

18 It’s near the Tower of London. (Line 2)

A the bus
B the South Tower
C Tower Bridge

10) Fill in the table.

large larger largest

22 worst

23 big

11) One word is wrong. Underline the wrong word and find a correct word.

23 tea orange juice water biscuit cola _________________

24 month medium term week year _________________


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12) Explain these words. Use complete sentences.

26 The audience

_______________________________________________________________________

13) Find the correct word from the text. The number in brackets means the first,
second, third etc. letter of the word. Write the letters in the boxes.

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22 A country that doesn’t have a king or queen usually has a _____________ . (6)
23 There are 60 minutes in an __________________ . (3)
24 A group of people who play music together are a _________________ . (1)

14) Paraphrase the words in brackets. Do not change the meaning of the sentences.

40 The outback is less than (an hour’s drive away.)

It takes less than __________________________________________________


the outback.

15) Find words or expressions in the text which mean the same as each of the
expressions below.

26 to get away from (paragraph 1): ______________________________________

27 was started (paragraph 3): __________________________________________

28 people who opened up a new area (paragraph 3): ________________________

16) Find the missing words.

43 sad – unhappy > famous – ___________________________________

44 huge – small > best – ___________________________________

45 hunter – to hunt > actor – ___________________________________

17) Do the crossword puzzle. Find synonyms for the words in bold.

29 Gary and Ryan decided not to visit the Australian countryside far away from the cities.
30 On the first day they weren’t interested in the shops because they wanted to book a boat trip.
31 Meeting a shark while diving can be a very frightening experience.

29

30

31

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AUFGABEN ZU GRAMMAR

1) Gap Activities

My friends (42 visit) ______________the Grand Canyon National Park last year. I (43 be / never)
________________ to the Grand Canyon National Park. But I (44 see) ________________ lots of
wonderful pictures.

2) Multiple Choice activities

42 The National Park Service ___ for years by crowding at the Grand Canyon.

A. has been disturbed


B. disturbs
C. disturbed
D. is being disturbed

41 About 4 million people ___ to visit the Grand Canyon this year.
A. expected
B. will expect
C. are expected
D. expects

3) ganze Sätze schreiben

What is being done in the office? Write the sentences using the correct passive form.

48 Karen is answering an e-mail. ________________________________________

_______________________________________________________________________

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AUFGABEN ZU MEDIATION
Welche Texte sind geeignet?

Webseiten, Garantien, Rezepte, Anleitungen, Romane, Zeitschriften, Zeitungen,


Werbematerial, Broschüren, persönliche Briefe, Aufschriften und Verpackungen,
Postkarten, Graffiti, Fahrscheine, Fahrpläne, Anschläge, Vorschriften, Programme,
Verträge, Speisekarten, Geschäftsbriefe, Berichte, Mitteilungen, Sicherheitshinweise,
Bedienungsanleitungen, Handbücher, Vorschriften, Geschäftsbedingungen,
Werbeschriften, Etiketten, Aufschriften, Schilder, authentische Texte, Lehrbücher,
Reader, Nachschlagewerke, Zeitungsartikel, Zusammenfassungen, etc.

1) Parallelübersetzungen + Detailabfrage

Dies ist ein Auszug aus Douglas Adams ‚Hitchhiker’s guide to the Galaxy‘. Benutze die
Informationen des Textes, um stichpunktartig folgende Aspekte auf Deutsch zu erläutern
(nächste Seite). Einzelwörter genügen nicht als Antwort.

HOW TO LEAVE THE PLANET

1) Phone NASA (001-713-483-0123). Explain that it's very important that you get away as quickly as
possible.

2) If they do not cooperate, then try to get someone at the White House ( 001-202-456-1414) to bring some
pressure to bear on them.

3) If you don't get any joy out of them, phone the Kremlin ( 0107-095-295-9051) and ask them to bring a
little pressure to bear on the White House on your behalf. If that too fails, phone the Pope for guidance (
010-396-6982.

5) If all these attempts fail, flag down a passing flying saucer and explain that it's vitally important that you get
away before your phone bill arrives.

WHAT YOUR TRAVELS WILL BE LIKE

Difficult and unbelievably dangerous. Space is notorious for having all sorts of terribly frightening things
happening in it, most of which are best dealt with by running away very fast.

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37 Wenn kannst du anrufen, wenn du den Planeten so schnell wie möglich verlassen willst? (3 Details)

__________________________________________________________________________

38 Falls alle diese Versuche zu keinem erfreulichen Ergebnis führen, ... (tue ich was und warum)
__________________________________________________________________________

39 Was mich auf meiner Reise erwartet sind ... (2 Details)


__________________________________________________________________________

40 Das All ist berüchtigt für die Unzahl von fürchterlichen Dingen, die andauernd und überall
passieren; meistens begegnet man diesen Gefahren am besten, ...
__________________________________________________________________________

2) Stichpunktartige Antworten zu Informationen

Benutze die Informationen des Textes um folgende Fragen auf Deutsch zu beantworten (Antworten in
Stichpunkten; keine wörtliche Übersetzung nötig!).

Texans flee enormous Rita


Category 5 storm is third most intense ever

MIAMI, Florida (CNN) -- While more than 1 million people were hurrying to get out of the
way of Hurricane Rita, the Category 5 hurricane was growing more and more turbulent,
becoming the third most intense storm in history.

Officials said the barometric pressure near the eye of the storm was 897 millibars, a lower
reading than Hurricane Katrina, which slammed into the Gulf Coast August 29. Only Hurricane
Gilbert in 1988 (888 mb), which struck Jamaica and the Yucatan area, and the Labor Day
hurricane of 1935 (892 mb), which hit the Florida Keys, had lower pressures. Max Mayfield,
director of the hurricane center, said Rita could be even more damaging than Katrina. "This is
a very, very dangerous hurricane," he said. At 11 p.m. Rita had reached a maximum speed of
175 mph, according to the National Hurricane Center in Miami.

1. Welche Stärke hat der Sturm erreicht?


__________________________________________________________________________
2. Wo und wann traf der mildeste Hurrikan ein und welche Stärke hatte er?
__________________________________________________________________________

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3) Filtern von Informationen

Finde fünf wichtige Informationen, die für einen Besuch bei Fisher’s Farm Park wichtig sind
und die du z.B. deinen Eltern oder Großeltern auf Deutsch weitergeben kannst.

 Dinge die man machen oder sehen kann (2 Details)


 Eintrittspreise
 Öffnungszeiten
 Essen

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AUFGABEN ZU LISTENING

1) Listen and complete the table. You don’t have to write complete sentences.

How long does it take to How much is 90 ° Why did the Hualapai
get from Las Vegas to Fahrenheit in Celsius? build the Skywalk?
Grand Canyon West?
57 58 59

2) Find the Numbers – Listen and tick the correct number!

60 What is the distance between the Colorado River and the bridge?

 About 4 miles
 About one mile
 About two miles

3) The person who wrote this text made five mistakes. Underline these and
write the correct words on the lines.

Before you can step on onto the glass walkway, you will have to put a special booty

over your shoes, so you don’t catch the surface. You’re quite lucky in coming here

before the money of the Skywalk has been pumped into creating a real tourist wrap

with visitor center, museum, shops, restaurants, etc. Critics say that the Skywalk …

4) Listen to the first text and decide whether these sentences are true, false
or not in the text. Tick (√) the correct box.

True False Not in


the text
58 Chuck Noland is the Robinson Crusoe character in Cast
Away.
59 The plane lands on a small island in the Pacific.
60 There aren’t any people on the island.
61 Chuck can make a tool* from a pair of in-line skates.

5) Listen and tick (√) the jobs that Chuck does on the island.

66 catching fish
67 growing potatoes
68 treating toothache*
69 making a fire
70 writing a calendar
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6) Now complete these sentences. Give two reasons.

74 The island part of the film is interesting although

____________________________________________________________________

____________________________________________________________________

7) Listen and fill in the information. You don’t have to write complete
sentences.

79 the town where Mark lives: __________________________________________

80 the costume he’s wearing: ___________________________________________

81 the name of the event he’s taking part in: _______________________________

8) Listen to a report about the 2006 Mardi Gras. While listening, take notes on an
extra sheet so that you can answer the questions. After the second listening, write
your answers below. You don’t have to write complete sentences, but one word is
not enough.

71 What was different about the Mardi Gras celebrations* in 2006? Name two differences.

____________________________________________________________________

72 There were still signs of damage* all over the city. Mention four.

____________________________________________________________________

9) You will hear three pupils talking about famous Americans, Pupil A, B, and
C. Which famous people are they talking about? Write the correct letters in
the boxes.

67 George Washington
68 Rosa Parks
69 John Rolfe
70 Pocahontas

10) Read the following sentences. While listening to their conversation,


underline who says what, Matt or Lisa. You don’t need all of the sentences.

62 Matt / Lisa is not keen on the idea of Chapter 27.


63 Matt / Lisa wants to know if Chapman was mentally ill.
64 Matt / Lisa suggests that the movie could help people understand the event.

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11) Six people are going to say what they think about the new film Chapter
27. What is their opinion? Write A, B, C, D, E or F in the boxes. You don’t
need all the sentences.
Speaker:
74 I want to know the other side of the story.
75 I don’t want Chapman to get what he wants. He doesn’t deserve it.
76 I want a new Lennon movie, not a Chapman movie.
77 I’d prefer a TV documentary about Chapman.

12) You are going to hear a phone call to the Lillian Vernon Call Center. Mrs
Bun wants to place an order*. The assistant types all the details into his
computer. Listen and fill in the missing information.

Customer order form

61 Customer code number: ___________________________________________

62 Customer’s date of birth: __________________________________________

63 Catalogue: _____________________________________________________

13) Listen and complete the sentences.

41 Ravi is playing ___________________________ .

42 Oliver is doing his _____________________ homework.

14) Listen again and fill in the correct name: Oliver, Anita or Ravi.

46 ________________ doesn’t like computer games much.

47 Chess is ________________’s favourite game.

48 __________________ is just coming home.

15) Listen and underline the correct information.

50 The new boy’s name is Nick Benton / Hudson / Hendon.

51 Nick is from Germany / England / America.

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16) Listen and complete this form.

The Park Hotel


30 Cranberry Road • London W1A 4UR
Tel.: 020 7492 1165
________________________________________________________________________
________
Please reserve the following rooms: (Please fill in the number of rooms needed.)

Single room with private bathroom (65) Last name (73) _____________________
Single room with shared* bathroom (66)
First name (74) _____________________
Double room with private bathroom (67)
Double room with shared bathroom (68) Address (75) _____________________

Space in car park (69) Yes No _____________________

Guests arrive on (70) _________________ _____________________

Guests leave on (71) _________________ Telephone number (76)


_____________________
= (72) _________________ nights

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AUFGABEN ZU GUIDED WRITING
1) mit Vorgaben

You are looking for a holiday job for the summer where you can improve
your English at the same time. You have found this job advertisement on
the internet for a job in America:

YOUNG WORLD ACTIVITY CENTER

We need six
PLAY WORKERS

July 15 – September 15

Young people under 17 required


to help organize a program of sports, games, art, music and drama
for children between the ages of ten and twelve
$10.80 per hour

Apply to the manager in writing

You are very interested in the job. Write the main part of your letter of application in
about
100 words.

Mention:

• who you are and what plans you have for the future.
• why you are looking for a holiday job in an English-speaking country.
• what qualifications and skills you have to offer.

2) ohne Vorgaben

You applied for an apprenticeship place* with a local company and had an interview
yesterday. Now you’d like to tell your English penfriend about it. Write an e-mail to him
or her. Write about 100 words.

Your e-mail should include:

• which company or employer you applied to.


• who interviewed you and why you liked / didn’t like him or her.
• what your interviewer wanted to know.

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3) Vorbereitung eines Referates/Projekt

Your English teacher has asked you to give a short talk on an adventure or fantasy
film you have seen. Prepare your talk and write it down. (Don’t write about King
Kong.) Write about 90 words.

You should mention:

• which film you want to talk about.


• who stars in the film.
• what the story is about.

4) eine E-mail schreiben

You and your parents have decided to go on a three-week holiday to the US next year.
Write an e-mail to your penfriend in America to tell him or her about your plans.
Write about 80 words.

Tell him or her …


• which state you want to visit and why.
• if you want to stay in one place or go on a tour (explain).
• what you want to do and see.

5) eine Postkarte schreiben

Daniel wants to send a postcard from New York to his friends at home in Bavaria.

He wants to tell his friends:

• about two famous sights he has seen and why he liked them.
• about a skyscraper he has visited and what it was like.
• about a night out in New York City and what happenend.

Write Daniel’s postcard in about 80 words.

6) eine Einladung schreiben

Samuel (18) from Toronto, Canada, has just won a four-day trip to Churchill for two
people at the end of October. The trip includes the flight to Churchill and back, the
accommodation in Churchill and a two-day trip on a tundra buggy to watch the polar
bears. Samuel has invited his cousin Kevin (16) from New York to come with him.
Kevin need not pay for anything.

Write Kevin’s answer in about 120 words. Mention:


• why he is so happy about the invitation.
• what he thinks will be the best part of the journey.
• how he will get time off school.

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7) eine Antwort schreiben

You are planning to visit your penfriend in Liverpool for a week in August.
You get the e-mail below.

Answer the e-mail in about 120 words. Tell your penfriend that:
• you can come for the last week in August (although it’s difficult).
• what you think about Beatle Week.
• what you think about the Mathew Street Festival.
• which events you are interested in.
• Find two additional aspects.

Hi,
It’s really great that you’re coming to visit me and my family.
Can you be here on the last Monday in August? It’s the end of
Beatle Week. It’s the best time to visit the city.
There are gigs and lots of other things to see and do.
The best day is the last Monday as it’s the Mathew Street
Festival. The city centre is one huge party zone all day long.
There are more than 200 bands who play all kinds of music.
Some play Beatles music, of course. And it’s all FREE!!
Please try to be here then, it would be great.
See you!

8) einfache Sätze schreiben

Write five sentences about your last visit to the cinema. Use the simple past. Answer
these questions:

When did you go? • Did you go with friends? • How did you get to the cinema? •
Which film did you see? • Why did/didn’t you like the film?

9) E-mail anhand Notizen

Write Sally’s e-mail to Joanne. Write about 60 words and use these notes:

my parents – yes;
happy – thank you;
can come to Oxford the day before? – travel to London together – where hotel?;
Madame Tussaud’s and London Eye – fantastic;
can take photos.

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10) freies Schreiben

What do you do on your birthday? Write four sentences.

11) freies Schreiben (mit Vorgaben)

Write about yourself. Write full English sentences.


44 wo du wohnst.

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45 wie alt du bist.

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