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LẦN THỨ X, NĂM HỌC 2016 – 2017

HƯỚNG DẪN CHẤM


MÔN: TIẾNG ANH - LỚP 11
ĐỀ THI ĐỀ XUẤT

(Hướng dẫn chấm gồm 9 trang)

PART I: LISTENING (50p.)


( 2 pts for each correct answer)
I. You will hear part of a radio discussion with Ellen Harrington: of the Meadow Lane
Residents Group, and Tim Barlow from Carton Town Planning Department. For questions
1-5, choose the correct answer (A, B, C or D) which fits best according to what you hear.
(10p.)
Your answers
1. C 2. C 3. D 4. B 5. A

II. You will hear a student called Rob who is in the first year of the theatre studies course
talking to another student called Mia-who is in the fourth year of the same course. Listen
and decide whether these sentences are True (T) or False (F) according to what you hear.
(10p.)
1. True/ T 2. False/ F 3. False/ F 4. True/ T 5. False/ F

III. You will hear a recorded talk giving introduction to the historical theme park –
Manham River Port in England. Listen and answer the following questions. (10p.)
1. It was convenient for river transport.
2. the increase in demand for metals
3. Because of shortage of fuel
4. The workers went away.
5. To rebuild the port complex
IV. You will hear a piece of news about the white bear. Listen and complete the summary
below. Write ONE WORD ONLY for each answer. (20p.)
1. GENE 2. POWER 3. STRANGERS 4. EROSION 5. ISLANDS
(S)
6. ROADS 7. FISHING 8. REPRODUCTION 9. METHOD(S) 10. EXPANSION
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PART II: GRAMMAR & VOCABULARY (30 p.)
I. Choose the word or phrase that best fits each blank in the following sentences. (10p.)
(1 pt for each correct answer)
1. D 2. C 3. B 4. D 5. A
6. B 7. D 8. A 9. C 10. B

II. The passage below contains 5 mistakes. IDENTIFY and CORRECT them. Write your
answers in the space provided in the columns on the right. (5p.)
(1 pt for each correct answer)
Line Mistake Correction
1. 1 under-using under-used
2. 5 are is
3. 6 or and
4. 10 on at
5. 15 Moreover However

III. Fill each blank with a suitable (one-word/two-word) preposition. (5p.)


(1 pt for each correct answer)
1. at 2. as against 3. for 4. on 5. out

IV. Write the correct FORM of each bracketed word in the numbered spaces provided.
(10p.)
(1 pt for each correct answer)
1. chemotherap 2. infertile 3. swollen 4. sleepless 5. Initially
y/
radiotherapy
6. oncologist 7. enlightened/ 8. retrieval / 9. specialist 10. successfully
light- retrievation
hearted

PART III: READING (60p.)


I. Choose the word that best fits each of the blanks in the following passage. Write your
answers in the numbered spaces provided. (10p.)
(1 pt for each correct answer)

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1. A 2. D 3. B 4. D 5. C
6. A 7. C 8. D 9. B 10. C

II. Fill each blank with ONE suitable word. Write your answers in the numbered blanks
provided below the passage. (10p.)
(1 pt for each correct answer)
1. to 2. what 3. over 4. return 5. those
6. worst 7. which 8. delivered 9. communicatio 10. secure
n

III. In this part of the test, you are going to read a short text, then answer the questions
following each text by choosing the best answer to each question A, B, C or D. (15p.)
(1.5p for each correct answer)
1. C 2. B 3. B 4. D 5. D
6. A 7. D 8. C 9. A 10. D

IV. (15p.) The following reading passage has six paragraphs, A-F. Choose the correct
heading for each paragraph from the list of headings below. Write the correct number, i-
viii, in blanks 1-6.
(1.5p for each correct answer)
1. iv 2. ii 3. vii 4. i 5. v
6. vi 7. vertical 8. movie 9. decades 10. divestiture
integration moguls

V. Read the text below and answer questions 1-10. (10p.)


(1p for each correct answer)
1. C 2. A 3. A 4. B 5. Treasury
6. (commemorative) 7. (ornamental) 8. (word) 9. (red) ink 10. colour/
coin stars Britain color

PART IV: WRITING (60p.)


I. Finish each of the following sentences in such a way that it means the same as the
sentence printed before it. (5p.)
(1 pt for each correct answer)
1. Trudy was quite relieved when she found out the truth.

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It was something............................................................................................................
2. I know this reporter’s background well and he’s 100% honest.
This reporter, .................................................................................................................
3. I’m afraid that I think he shouldn’t marry her.
I can’t..............................................................................................................................s
4. Although the papers claim that they are going to get divorced, they are not.
Contrary .........................................................................................................................
5. I have been told that you have been late for work every day this week.
It has been brought ........................................................................................................

II. The pie charts below show the average household expenditures in a country in
1950 and 2010. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main
features, and make comparisons where relevant. (20p.)
You should write at least 150 words.
1. Content: (5 pts)
All the relevant information has been included.
Make general remarks and effective comparisons.
2. Organisation: (4 pts)
The answer flows well and is clear and easy to read, that is, the essay is easily understood
and well-organised.
3. Use of language: (6 pts)
Appropriate linking words and phrases as well as a good level of grammar have been
used. Also, the vocabulary is accurately used.
III. Discipline is an ever increasing problem in modern schools. Some people think that
discipline should be the responsibility of teachers, while others propose that this is the role
of parents. Discuss both sides and give your opinion. (35p.)
Write an essay of about 300-350 words.
The mark is based on the following scheme:
1. Content: (12 pts)
a provision of all main ideas and details as appropriate.
2. Language: (9 pts)

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a variety of vocabulary and structures appropriate to the level of English language gifted
upper-secondary school students
3. Presentation: ( 9 pts.)
coherence, cohesion, and style appropriate to the level of English language gifted upper-
secondary school students

V. TAPESCRIPT:
PART 1
You will hear part of a radio discussion with Ellen Harrington of the Meadow Lane
Residents Group, and Tim Barlow from the Carton Town Planning Department For
questions 15-20, choose the answer, A, B, C or D which fits best according to what you hear,
Interviewer: Good morning, and welcome to City Life, our weekly look at some aspect of
life in towns and cities. Today my guests are Ellen Harrington of the Meadow Lane
Residents Group in the town of Carton, and Tim Barlow from the Carton Town
Planning Department. Ellen, perhaps I can start by asking why you formed a
residents' group
Ellen: Because our lives have been a misery recently, that's why! You see, three months ago
the town council decided to turn the centre of Carton into a pedestrian precinct - no
cars at all. Which seemed like a terrific idea at first. I was over the moon. Until I
realised that all the traffic diverted from the centre of town was going to come
through Meadow Lane. And I suspect the planners knew all along this would
happen.
Interviewer: And Meadow Lane is - or was - a quiet suburban street.
Ellen: Exactly! With two schools and lots of children playing in the street. Now it must be
one of the most dangerous roads in the county! And we're not going to stand for it.
We are livid we really are, and we’re going to do whatever it takes to get
satisfaction, starting with our protest at the town hall tomorrow!
Interviewer: If I could turn to you now, Tim. What's your reaction to what Ellen has been
saying?
Tim: Well, naturally, I have every sympathy with her situation. But I really don't think the
Carton Town Planning Department is entirely to blame for this. Closing the town
centre to traffic was the right thing to do, and I think it's to the credit of town
council that a measure like this was put into practice, despite considerable
opposition. Changing the status quo is never an easy course of action - somebody's
always going to be unhappy with the new situation. But in this case, if cars drive
too fast along quiet streets, that’s a matter for the police. Irresponsible drivers are
to blame for the problem which is why the protesters have chosen the wrong target.
I'm not even sure exactly what Mrs Harringtons’ Meadow Lane Residents Group is
trying to accomplish.
Interviewer: Do you accept that point, Ellen?
Ellen: I certainly do not! Drivers will take the shortest possible route to get where they're
going - that's just human nature and it's the Town Planning Department who decide
what that route is. I think Mr Barlow is trying to dodge the responsibility for the
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problem - probably because the planners hadn't realised quite how bad the situation
in our street would be. And I don't believe they can wash their hands of the whole
matter. And even if they weren’t entirely to blame for it, they could still do
something now to solve it.
Interviewer: What would you like to see happen now?

Ellen: First of all, a new traffic system should be installed in the area of Meadow Lane to
stop motorists using the street the way they do. Then we'd like a review of the
whole road system in and around the town. Obviously, that will take some time to
set up - in fact, we don't want any rush jobs here - but we want a firm commitment
from the town council that they'll listen to our demands.
Interviewer: And this protest you're planning: do you feel it will be a success?
Ellen: I certainly do! You see, we plan to have a big demonstration outside the Town
Hall., which will attract a lot of media interest - and that's what really makes
people sit up and take notice these days. I'm sure we'll get some reaction. After all,
the people in charge here are our representatives, councillors who should listen to
the views of the people who elected them ..
PART 2
You will hear a student called Rob who is in the first year of the theatre studies course
talking to another student called Mia-who is in the fourth year of the same course.
Listen and decide whether these sentences are True (T) or False (F) according to what
you hear.
MIA: Hi, Rob. How's the course going?
ROB: Oh, hi, Mia. Yeah, great. I can't believe the first term's nearly over.
MIA: I saw your group's performance last night at the student theatre. It was good.
ROB: Really? Yeah but now we have to write a report on the whole thing, an in-depth
analysis. I don't know where to start. Like, I have to write about the role I played, the
doctor, how I developed the character.
MIA: Well, what was your starting point?
ROB: Er ….. my grandfather was a doctor before he retired, and I just based it on him.
MIA: OK, but how? Did you talk to him about it?
ROB: He must have all sorts of stories, but he never says much about his work,
even now. He has a sort of authority though.
MIA: So how did you manage to capture that?
ROB: I'd ….. I'd visualise what he must have been like in the past, when he was sitting
in his consulting room listening to his patients.
MIA: OK, so that's what you explain in your report.
ROB: Right. -
MIA: Then there's the issue of atmosphere - so in the first scene we needed to know how
boring life was in the doctor's village in the 1950s, so when the curtain went up on
the first scene in the waiting room, there was that long silence before anyone spoke.
And then people kept saying the same thing over and over, like 'Cold, isn't it?
ROB: Yes, and everyone wore grey and brown, and just sat in a row.
MIA: Yes, all those details of the production.
ROB: And I have to analyse how I functioned in the group - what I found out about myself.
I know I was so frustrated at times, when we couldn't agree.
MIA: Yes. So did one person emerge as the leader?
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ROB: Sophia did. That was OK - she helped us work out exactly what to do, for the
production. And that made me feel better, I suppose.
MIA: When you understood what needed doing?
ROB: Yes. And Sophia did some research, too. That was useful in developing our approach.
MIA: Like what?
ROB: Well, she found these articles from the 1950s about how relationships between
children and their parents, or between the public and people like bank managers or
the police were shifting.
MIA: Interesting. And did you have any practical problems to overcome?
ROB: Well, in the final rehearsal everything was going fine until the last scene - that's
where the doctor's first patient appears on stage on his own.
MIA: The one in the wheelchair?
ROB: Yes, and he had this really long speech, with the stage all dark except for one
spotlight - and then that stuck somehow so it was shining on the wrong side of the
stage ... but anyway we got that fixed, thank goodness.
MIA: Yes, it was fine on the night.

PART 3
You will hear a recorded talk giving introduction to the historical theme park – Manham
River Port in England. Listen and answer the following questions
Welcome to Manham Port, where a thousand years of history are brought to life. All the
family can enjoy a day out at Manham: visit our copper mine, see models of the machinery it
used, have your photo taken in nineteenth-century costume, experience at first hand how
people lived at different stages throughout history, and especially how children studied,
worked and played.
The port of Manharn is located in beautiful and peaceful countryside, on a bend in the great
River Avon, and developed here because it's the highest navigable point of the Avon - boats
can go no higher up this river - and proved a handy place to load and unload cargo to and
from the sea, which is over 23 miles away. A small port was already established here when,
about 900 years ago, tin was discovered nearby, though it wasn't until the Industrial
Revolution, when a tremendous need for metals of all kinds developed, that Manham
expanded to become one of the busiest ports in the country. And because it was already so
busy, prospectors began to look for other minerals, and by the end of the nineteenth century,
lead, copper, manganese and arsenic were added to the cargos leaving Manham.

In the early days, the ores had been smelted - or processed - in the same area they were
mined. But, as demand grew, the smelting process required huge factory furnaces or fires to
melt the metal from the rock and there was not enough coal in the local area, so the rocks
containing minerals had to be shipped long distances.
Sadly, in the twentieth century the great port of Manham declined, and thousands of workers
were forced to emigrate out of the area. The building at the port fell into disrepair, and the
place became almost forgotten. But then, the Manham Trust was formed to conserve the
historical resources of the area. It organised scores of local volunteers to remove
undergrowth to find the original outlines of the installations. It then brought in paid
professionals to match installations with maps of the original port complex and to set about
reconstructing it. Today you can see the results of this ambitious programme of restoration.
The intention, and we believe this will be realised before the end of the year, is to return
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Manham Port to the condition it reached at its peak as 'the greatest copper port in the
country'.

PART 4
You will hear a piece of news about the white bear. Listen and complete the summary below.
Write ONE WORD ONLY for each answer
Today we continue our series on ecology and conservation with a look at a particularly
endangered member of the black bear family. One in ten black bears is actually born with a
white coat, which is the result of a special gene that surfaces in a few. Local people have
named lithe spirit bear'. And according to the legends of these communities, its snow brings
with it a special power. Because of this, it has always been highly regarded by them - so
much that they do not speak of seeing it to anyone else. It is their way of protecting it when
strangers visit the area.
The white bear's habitat is quite interesting. The bear's strong relationship with the old
growth rainforest is a complex one. The white bear relies on the huge centuries-old trees in
the forest in many ways. For example, the old-growth trees have extremely long roots that
help prevent erosion of the soil along the banks of the many fish streams. Keeping these
banks intact is important because these streams are home to salmon, which are the bear's
main food source. In return, the bear's feeding habits nurture the forest. As the bears eat the
salmon, they discard the skin and bones in great amounts on the forest floor, which provide
vital nutrients. These produce lush vegetation that sustains thousands of other types of life
forms, from birds to insects and more.
Today, the spirit bear lives off the coast of the province of British Columbia on a few islands.
There is great concern for their survival since it is estimated that less than two hundred of
these white bears remain. The best way to protect them is to make every effort to preserve the
delicate balance of their forest environment - in other words, their ecosystem.
The greatest threat to the bear's existence is the loss of its habitat. Over many years, logging
companies have stripped the land by cutting down a large number of trees. In addition, they
have built roads which have fractured the areas where the bear usually feeds, and many
hibernation sites have also been lost. The logging of the trees along the streams has damaged
the places where the bears fish. To make matters worse, the number of salmon in those
streams is declining because there is no legal limit on fishing at the moment.
All these influences have a negative impact on the spirit bear's very existence, which is made
all the more fragile by the fact that reproduction among these bears has always been
disappointingly low.
And so, what's the situation going forward? Community organizations, environmental groups
and the British Columbia government are now working together on the problem. The
government is now requiring logging companies to adopt a better logging method, which is a
positive step. However, these measures alone may not be sufficient to ensure a healthy
population of the spirit bear in the future.
Other steps also need to be taken. While it is important to maintain the spirit bear's habitat,
there also needs to be more emphasis on its expansion. The move is justified as it will also
create space for other bears that are losing their homes ...
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