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    Third year exam samples

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    teacher Med

    Date d'inscription : 16/10/2012
    Age : 34
    Localisation : chlef

    Third year exam samples

    Message par teacher Med le Dim 3 Fév - 16:53

    Text:
    The united nations ‘children ‘s fund, UNICEF, says 115 million children are still out on an education, most of them are girls, 2005 is the year set by the UN to achieve gender equality in primary education.
    UNICEF says many countries in South Asia, Africa and the Middle East cannot meet the target of gender equality this year. UNICEF is especially concerned about the situation in west and central Africa, where, it says, emergency measures are now needed to promote primary education. Only five countries out of 24 are set to achieve gender equality there. Conflicts in Liberia, Sierra Leone and the Democratic Republic of Congo have done incalculable damage to children’s education. In South Asia, UNICEF says, progress has been made but not enough. Forty –two million children across the region don’t go to school. Afghanistan and Pakistan have the widest gender gaps. For Pakistan to have the same number of girls as boys in school by 2015, it would have to increase girls’ school attendance by over 3 per cent each year.
    Moreover in eastern and central Europe there is cause for concern, too. The introduction of fees for tuition, schoolbooks and uniforms has led to rising dropout rates –and girls drop out sooner than boys. Belarus and Tajikistan will not achieve gender equality, neither will Turkey. UNICEF says a quantum leap is now needed to achieve universal primary education by 2015. It insists that huge efforts should be made in this field if poverty is to be eradicated by then.
    Imogen Foulkers, BBC News, Geneva.
    Questions:
    A- Comprehension and interpretation:
    1- Choose the best answer to complete the statements.
    A- The aim of the text is to:
    a- Argue a point b- entertain c- inform
    B- The text is :
    a- Letter b- Report c-Newspaper article
    2- Are the following statements true or false?
    a- There are more female students than male students in the world.
    b- 19 countries will not achieve equality between girls and boys in schools.
    c- Education is free in all countries of the world.
    3- Answer the following questions according to the text.
    a- What are the obstacles to achieving universal primary education in Europe and Africa?
    b- Why is universal primary education important, according to the writer?
    4- Who/ what do the underlined words refer to in the text?
    Them §01 it §02 the region § 03
    B- Text Exploration:
    1- Find in the text the words whose definitions follow:
    a- to succeed in reaching a particular goal or standards § 01.
    b- very large, too big to measure § 02.
    c- To leave school without finishing studies § 03.
    2- Put the verbs between brackets in the correct form.
    Last year, Karim (fail) his Bac exam. If he (pass) it he ( go) to university . I wish he (succeed) next time.
    3- Combine the following statements using the connectors in brackets.
    a- you work hard. You will not succeed. ( unless)
    b- He improves his behavior. They will not fire him. ( provided that)
    4- Underline the silent letters in the following words.
    Walk answer ought psychology.
    5- The sentences below are in jumbled order. Reorder them to have a coherent paragraph.
    A- They can also bring out sustainable development.
    B- Education should be directed to the strengthening of respect of human rights.
    C- These aspects of education can help achieve peace in the world.
    D- It ought to promote understanding, tolerance and friendship.
    C-Text Exploration:
    Choose one of the following topics:
    Topic one:
    Are you satisfied with the Algerian education system?
    Write a paragraph to explain why and suggest ideas to improve it.
    Topic two:
    Respond to the text by writing a letter of opinion to a UNICEF magazine about the problem of the abuses of the rights of the child in the world. Support your opinion with examples and suggest ways to change the situation.


    FARIDA26

    Date d'inscription : 18/11/2013
    Localisation : ALGER

    Re: Third year exam samples

    Message par FARIDA26 le Lun 18 Nov - 22:32

    Quite interesting exam.

    teacher Med

    Date d'inscription : 16/10/2012
    Age : 34
    Localisation : chlef

    Re: Third year exam samples

    Message par teacher Med le Mar 8 Avr - 20:11

    thank you

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