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  1. Samples of New Types of Questions Ministry of Education ELT General Supervision 2010 - 2011

  2. Why did we think of a change? • To avoid memorization as the lowest • level of thinking and raise the standard of • learners thinking to higher levels • “ evaluation , analysis etc…” • The new text books “Over To You” • More focus on learners’ production.

  3. Why did we think of a change? • To give due care to Literature Time , which • is neglected by most teachers. • To prepare learners for the academic level.

  4. Grade 10 Samples of questions

  5. Sample of Set Book Questions • Book 10 – Module 1 • Unit 1: We are what we eat • “ It's never been easier to eat healthily. Some might argue that fast food and high-sugar snacks are easier and cheaper than eating healthily.” • a-Suggest things you can add to your diet to keep • your mind and body in tip-top shape. • b-How does the recommended food intake in the • food pyramid compare to your daily life?

  6. Unit 4: Computer Games Technology experts are predicting that computer games of the future will be a lot more demanding both for games producers and players. • a-In your opinion, why are most people fond of • playing computer games? • b. How do you see computer games in the future?

  7. Unit 8: The power of technology ads There are several methods which advertisers use to sell any product. The choice of words is very important since it is the best way to attract customers. To advertise a new mobile phone you should think of: • The price • The design • The use • The functions • The advantages ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

  8. Literature Time • Three men in a boat- Jerome K. Jerome Episode 1 • In the first episode of the story, the • characters met to decide where to spend two • weeks away from London. • a. Write about your feelings in relation to • Jerome, the narrator. • b. How is George similar to or different from • Harris?

  9. Literature Time • Treasure Island- Robert Stevenson Episode 1 • At the beginning of the story, Jim Hawkins seems to be an honest young boy confronted with cruel men. • a. In your opinion, how could he unintentionally run • away from the bad men? •  b. What do you think Flint's papers are?

  10. Grade 11 Samples of questions

  11. Sample of Set Book Questions • Book 11 – Module 1 • Unit 3 : Meeting places • “… for the price of a cup of coffee, people could read newspapers, catch up on the latest news, listen to scientific lectures, do business, or simply chat about the state of the world.” • a. How has the role of coffee houses changed over • time? • b. Are you for or against meeting friends outside the • house? Give reasons.

  12. Sample of Set Book Questions • Book 11 – Module 4 • Unit 10: accidents • “Since cars have had airbags, the percentage of serious injuries in car accidents has decreased dramatically.” • a. In your opinion, what are the real causes of road • accidents? • b. Safety devices that manufacturers make in cars do • not offer a foolproof guarantee. To what extent • can this be true? Justify your answer.

  13. Fill in the following application form for a university of your own choice: Unit 4 Communicating

  14. Literature Time • David Copperfield – Charles Dickens •  Mr. Murderstone said to David: “If I have a horse that doesn’t behave, what do you think I do?” “I give it to someone else.” • What did Mr. Murderstone mean by that? • b. Do you like Mr. Murderstone’s attitude? Why?

  15. Literature Time • The adventures of Huckleberry Fin - Mark Twain • In episode one, Huck is introduced as a boy who doesn’t like civilization. • “… She and her sister , Miss Watson, wanted to civilize me, but I didn’t like living in a house, so I ran away….” • In your opinion, why does Huck refuse civilization? • b. What makes a person civilized?

  16. Grade 12 Samples of questions

  17. Sample of Set Book Questions • Book 12 – Module 1 • Unit 1: The law • "Just like in the rest of the world, Kuwaiti • laws are made to protect the individuals • rights of people living there" • a. Where did Kuwait draw its law mainly from? • b. How do you think the society will look like in the • absence of law?

  18. Sample of Set Book Questions • Book 12 – Module 1 • Unit 2 : Migration • The writer says " Many Europeans migrated to the Gulf after the oil boom" • a. What are the different reasons that led people to • leave their home countries? • b. How do you feel when you know that your family • is going to move and settle in a different country?

  19. Sample of Set Book Questions • Book 12 – Module 2 • Unit 4 : The Earth at risk "Desertification usually occurs in dry areas where there is no rain and where the climate is harsh." • a- What are the different activities that caused the serious • problem of desertification? • b-Although deserts in most countries are away from cities , • many people's healthareaffected by desertification in • cities. Explain how.

  20. Sample of Set Book Questions • Book 12 – Module 3 • Unit 7 : Long lives "One of the best ways of ensuring a long and happy life is bystaying active. Some people, no matter how old they get, never lose their beauty. Whenever you turn you can find someone who needs help, specially the elderly." • a-Life expectancy has increased greatly in Kuwait. Give • reasons! b. The person of wisdom is a person of years. Why is it important to respect the elderly?

  21. Sample of Set Book Questions • Book 12 – Module 3 • Unit 8 : Town and country In unit 8 there is a comparison between living in a village and living in a city. a . Using the T-bar below , write the advantages and disadvantages of living in a city. b . If you were to choose between living in a village or living in a city , which will you choose ? and why?

  22. Sample of Set Book Questions • Book 12 – Module 4 • Unit 9 : Geniuses "It's not the mountain that we conquer but ourselves.” Man might face many challenging situations in his life. How can he rise to the challenge and achieve success? b. Many people like to push themselves into extreme limits. Suggest reasons!

  23. Sample of Set Book Questions • Book 12 – Module 4 • Unit 12: Geniuses In unit 12 there is a sample of a university application form . a . Now fill in the following application form for a new job, write down your personal details. • First name :Ahmed / Huda Surname: Salem • Gender : ………………… Nationality: …………… • Permanent address : ………………………………………………………… • Date of birth : ….(DD) ……(MM) ……(YYYY) Place of birth : …………… • E-mail address : ………………………………………. • Job applied for : ………………………………… Salary expected: ………….. • b . After filling in the form and getting the job , what are your • future hopes and plans ?

  24. Literature Time • Henry V - William Shakespeare Episode 1 "Henry's character changed dramatically and the royal qualities he possessed shone through“ a-Compare Henry's character before and after becoming the King of England. b-In your point of view what good qualities must a good ruler possess?

  25. Literature Time • Henry V - William Shakespeare Episode 2 “The king of France sent his messenger with a promise to communicate his final decision by the next day. He was faced with a very difficult choice“ a-What was the difficult choice that the king of France had to face? b-Mention a situation in which choice was not an easy task for you.

  26. Literature Time • Great Expectations - Charles Dickens Episode 4 "The influence of my new position was not of benefit to Herbert. My expensive lifestyle led him into expenses that he could not afford. I began to get into debt, and Herbert soon followed. a.The misuse of wealth has led the hero to fall in debts. If you were in his shoes, how would you make good use of money? b. These lines teach us a moral value. What is it?

  27. Literature Time • Great Expectations - Charles Dickens a-What's your favourite character in the story? Why? Or Which character has impressed you and why? b- This story illustrates different attitudes and responses towards money. Comment and support your ideas with examples from the story.

  28. Graphic Organizers Graphic organizers help students to classify ideas and communicate more effectively. Use graphic organizers to structure writing projects, to help in problem solving, decision making, studying, planning research and brainstorming. http://www.eduplace.com/graphicorganizer/

  29. Good Effect Bad effect Educational channels Waste time Modern Technology The Internet Health problems No creativity communication Modern Technology

  30. cause effect cause effect air sea Pollution Pollution land noise cause effect cause effect