Контрольная работа для 7 класса — суммативное оценивание за раздел Entertainment and Media


Summative assessment for the Unit “Entertainment and Media”
Learning objective 7.L2 Understand with little support most specific information in
extended talk on a limited range of general and curricular topics
7.W3 Write with moderate grammatical accuracy on a limited
range of familiar general and curricular topics
7.W4 Use with some support style and register appropriate to a
limited variety of written genres on general and curricular topics
Assessment criteria • Identify facts and details in extended talks with little support
• Demonstrate the ability to write grammatically correct
sentences on familiar topics
• Write a text keeping appropriate format and plan of a given
genre
Level of thinking skills Knowledge and comprehension
Application
Duration 20 minutes
Writing
Write 4 types of TV-programs ____________________________________________________
Write 4 types of films ___________________________________________________________
Write 4 people connected to film work______________________________________________
Write 4 adjectives describing negative emotions after watching a film or a TV – program______
Give as an example 2 titles of computer-animated films_________________________________
Read the text and answer the question (write no more than THREE WORDS or A NUMBER)
One of the wonders of this modern world is the art of making moving pictures. The 19th century was a time of great discoveries and inventions. In 1895 the Lumiere brothers gave the world’s first real cinematograph show in Paris to an audience of 33 people.
In 1894, two French brothers, Auguste and Louis Lumiere, heard about the kinetoscope, a machine that Thomas Edison had invented in the USA in 1889. It was a box which contained a strip of filmed photographs. The photos were moved past a light in the box, so when you looked into the box, the image scanned to move. It took more than fifteen metres of film to make a “movie” of twenty seconds. The Lumiere brothers developed this idea and built a similar machine which projected the pictures onto a screen. They called it the Cinematograph and in 1895 they showed ten films. The “moving pictures” as entertainment was born. The first film the Lumiere brothers showed was “The Arrival of a Train at a Station”. So exciting was the experience that some members of the audience half expected the train to rush out at them from the screen.
In 1895 they showed nine films more. The first film theatre was opened in 1905, in Pittsburgh, USA. The first films were silent, but in 1920s, sound was developed. In 1927, cinema-goers were able to hear, for the first time, dialogue and music in The Jazz Singer. Technicolor appeared in 1932. Before then, each picture in a film had been painted by hand.
In 1950s there were a lot of developments based on new technology, for example, wide-screen processes and stereophonic sound. You sat in the cinema in front of an enormous screen and you could hear the sounds of voices or horses or cars moving from one side of the screen to the other. You felt as if you were actually in the picture. By the end of 20th century, cinema audiences had got used to even more special effects, using computer graphics and other new techniques to produce spectacular films. 1. Read the text and choose the best title.
Technological developments. Moving pictures. History of cinema.
2. Who presented the 1st film? Find in the text.
3. Where and when appeared the 1st cinema theatre?
4. How many people did watch the 1st film?
Summative assessment for the Unit “Entertainment and Media”
Writing
Write 4 types of films ________________________________________________________________
Write 4 types of TV-programs _________________________________________________________
Write 4 adjectives describing positive emotions after watching a film or a TV – program___________
Write 4 people connected to film work___________________________________________________
Give as an example 2 titles of sci-fi films_________________________________________________
Read the text and answer the question (write no more than THREE WORDS or A NUMBER)
One of the wonders of this modern world is the art of making moving pictures. The 19th century was a time of great discoveries and inventions. In 1895 the Lumiere brothers gave the world’s first real cinematograph show in Paris to an audience of 33 people.
In 1894, two French brothers, Auguste and Louis Lumiere, heard about the kinetoscope, a machine that Thomas Edison had invented in the USA in 1889. It was a box which contained a strip of filmed photographs. The photos were moved past a light in the box, so when you looked into the box, the image scanned to move. It took more than fifteen metres of film to make a “movie” of twenty seconds. The Lumiere brothers developed this idea and built a similar machine which projected the pictures onto a screen. They called it the Cinematograph and in 1895 they showed ten films. The “moving pictures” as entertainment was born. The first film the Lumiere brothers showed was “The Arrival of a Train at a Station”. So exciting was the experience that some members of the audience half expected the train to rush out at them from the screen.
In 1895 they showed nine films more. The first film theatre was opened in 1905, in Pittsburgh, USA. The first films were silent, but in 1920s, sound was developed. In 1927, cinema-goers were able to hear, for the first time, dialogue and music in The Jazz Singer. Technicolor appeared in 1932. Before then, each picture in a film had been painted by hand.
In 1950s there were a lot of developments based on new technology, for example, wide-screen processes and stereophonic sound. You sat in the cinema in front of an enormous screen and you could hear the sounds of voices or horses or cars moving from one side of the screen to the other. You felt as if you were actually in the picture. By the end of 20th century, cinema audiences had got used to even more special effects, using computer graphics and other new techniques to produce spectacular films. 1. Read the text and choose the best title.
Technological developments. Moving pictures. History of cinema.
2. Who invented the 1st machine for film? Find in the text.
3. What films were the 1st?
4. When could people watch films with the sounds?
Assessment criteria Task Descriptor Mark
A learner Demonstrate the ability to write grammatically correct words on familiar topics. Knows connected vocabulary 1 writes 4 words for TV-programs writes 4 words for films 1
writes 4 words for films writes 4 words for TV-programs 1
writes 4 words for film workers writes 4 adjectives describing positive emotions 1
writes 4 adjectives describing negative emotions writes 4 words for film workers 1
writes 2 titles of computer-animated films writes 2 titles of sci-fi films 1
Identify the meaning and details of the reading texts 2 History of cinema. History of cinema. 1
the Lumiere brothers Thomas Edison 1
in 1905, in Pittsburgh, USA. Silent films 1
33 In 1927 1
Total marks 9

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