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INDICE

Introduzione ai test

I test di Game On!

TESTS

Tests Level 1

6

Unit 0 Entry Test

10

Unit Test 1

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Recupero – Unit 1

14

Unit Test 2

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Recupero – Unit 2

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Skills and Culture – Units 1-2

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Extension Test – Units 1-2

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Progress Test – Units 1-2

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Unit Test 3

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Recupero – Unit 3

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Unit Test 4

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Recupero – Unit 4

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Skills and Culture – Units 3-4

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Extension Test – Units 3-4

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Progress Test – Units 1-4

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Unit Test 5

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Recupero – Unit 5

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INDICE

Unit Test 6

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Recupero – Unit 6

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Skills and Culture – Units 5-6

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Extension Test – Units 5-6

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Progress Test – Units 1-6

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Unit Test 7

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Recupero – Unit 7

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Unit Test 8

51

Recupero – Unit 8

53

Skills and Culture – Units 7-8

54

Extension Test – Units 7-8

56

Progress Test – Units 1-8

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Tests Level 2

Revision Unit Test

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Unit Test 1

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Recupero – Unit 1

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Unit Test 2

65

Recupero – Unit 2

67

Skills and Culture – Units 1-2

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Extension Test – Units 1-2

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Progress Test – Units 1-2

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Unit Test 3

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Recupero – Unit 3

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INDICE

Unit Test 4

Recupero – Unit 4

Skills and Culture – Units 3-4

Extension Test – Units 3-4

Progress Test – Units 1-4

Unit Test 5

Recupero – Unit 5

Unit Test 6

Recupero – Unit 6

Skills and Culture – Units 5-6

Extension Test – Units 5-6

Progress Test – Units 1-6

Unit Test 7

Recupero – Unit 7

Unit Test 8

Recupero – Unit 8

Skills and Culture – Units 7-8

Extension Test – Units 7-8

Progress Test – Units 1-8

Tests Level 3

Revision Unit Test

Unit Test 1

Recupero – Unit 1

Unit Test 2

Recupero – Unit 2

Skills and Culture – Units 1-2

Extension Test – Units 1-2

Progress Test – Units 1-2

Unit Test 3

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Recupero – Unit 3

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Unit Test 4

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Recupero – Unit 4

129

Skills and Culture – Units 3-4

130

Extension Test – Units 3-4

132

Progress Test – Units 1-4

134

Unit Test 5

136

Recupero – Unit 5

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Unit Test 6

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Recupero – Unit 6

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Skills and Culture – Units 5-6

142

Extension Test – Units 5-6

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Progress Test – Units 1-6

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Answer Key TESTS

Level 1

148

Level 2

155

Level 3

162

VErIfICA DELLE CompETENzE

Perché valutare le competenze?

168

Come valutare?

168

Competenze trasversali (asse dei linguaggi)

169

Griglia dei descrittori

169

Indice delle verifche

170

Autovalutazione

173

Competences Tests

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Answer Key CompETENCES TESTS

EXAmS

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Esame di Stato - Exam Training 210

Key and Key for Schools

Introduction

Marks and Results

Format of the Key and Key for Schools exams

Key Test Training

Trinity GESE Grade 4 Exam

Introduction

Trinity Exam Training

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INDICE

Answer Key EXAmS

Esame di Stato - Exam Training

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Key Test Training

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VErIfICHE CompENSATE pEr STUDENTI CoN DSA

Le verifche: metodo di compensazione e suggerimenti per la personalizzazione

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Tests Level 1

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Tests Level 2

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Tests Level 3

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Answer Key TESTS DSA

Level 1

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Level 2

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Level 3

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Introduzione

I test di Game on!

I test proposti nella presente guida sono stati progettati come ideale continuazione e verifica del percorso intrapreso con lo Student’s Book e il Workbook di Game on!

Le differenti tipologie di test consentono al docente di valutare complessivamente le conoscenze e le competenze ac- quisite dagli studenti. Gli esercizi all’interno dei test sono di tipologia varia e di difficoltà graduata. Le consegne degli esercizi sono in lingua italiana.

Tutti i test in versione word modificabile sono a disposizione nell’eBook per il docente e sulla piattaforma InClasse in modalità interattiva.

Entry Test/Revision Unit Tests

I test d’ingresso esplorano le conoscenze pregres-

se della lingua e della cultura inglesi da parte dello studente.

2

Revision Unit Test

Vocabulary

1 Completa la tabella con le parole mancanti.

father

(2)

uncle

(4)

(5)

Male

Female

(1)

sister

(3)

daughter

grandma

2 Abbina i nomi degli oggetti e delle parti

della casa alla traduzione in italiano.

Name …….…………………………………

Class

4 Completa le espressioni con le parole date.

a bike   ◆  comics   ◆  lunch   ◆  rugby   ◆  the bus ◆  my teeth   ◆  shopping   ◆  my homework for school TV

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1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

read

play

go

leave

brush

watch

have

do

catch

ride

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Name …….…………………………………

Class

Revision Unit Test

Functions

10 Completa il testo con le parole date.

2

near   ◆  is   ◆  well   ◆  their   ◆  likes   ◆  live   ◆  play ­can’t  ◆  her   ◆  often

My friend Fiona (1) brother, Mark, (2) Mark (4)

football very (5)

(6)

I (8)

Adele, but her stand (3) a football fan, and he can play

Fiona and Mark my house. house to

.!

in a flat (7) go to (9)

watch TV and (10)

video games.

 

/ 10

11

Abbina le due parti delle frasi.

1 Where are you from?

2 What’s your favourite subject?

3 How old are you?

4 How are you?

5 This is my friend Jason.

 

6 Have you got a watch?

7 Have you got a house or a flat?

8 Where’s your bedroom?

9 What’s your school like?

10 What Year are you in?

11 Do you like hamburgers?

12 Can you ski?

13 How much is this jacket?

 

14 What do you think of Jay-Z?

15 I can sing. Can you?

7 Osserva il disegno. Completa le frasi

con le preposizioni in front of, next to, on,

behind, under.

 

1 There’s a lamp

the desk.

2 There’s a carpet

the bed.

3 There’s a window

the lamp.

4 The chair is

the desk.

5 The wardrobe is

the bed.

 

/ 5

8

Completa le frasi con la forma corretta

del simple present dei verbi tra parentesi.

1 (you / get up)?

What time

2 (watch) TV after

Josh never

school.

3

We

(not / go) to school on

Saturday.

4

(she / walk) to

1 kitchen

a tappeto

2 Grammar

armchair

b doccia

 

3 cooker

c sedia

4 bedroom

d cucina

5 quando è possibile.

wardrobe

e libreria

6 shower

1 We
7

bookcase

f

g

poltrona

camera da letto

from Morocco.

2 he your cousin?

8 h fornello

dishwasher

armadio

9 sister.

carpet

i

She

 

10

chair

j

lavastoviglie

4 I

in Year 8.

 

5 How

you?

5 Completa le frasi con la forma corretta

del verbo be. Usa la forma contratta

/

10

my classmate, she’s my

3 Completa il nome dei seguenti cibi.

1

a

2

c

3

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e

4

i

-

5

m

/

5

/

/

5

10

3 school?

6 Riordina le frasi con have got.

1

2

3

4

5

have / a / camcorder / We / new / got / .

mobile phone / Have / a / you / got / ?

got / a / Matt / hasn’t / lucky charm / .

scarf / have / got / a / I / green / .

got / Abbie / a / Has / brother / ?

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5 (not / live) in Venice.

Kate

 

6 (ride) my bike to school.

I

7 (eat) chips at school

Lee never

 

break.

a I’m fine thanks. And you?

 
 

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(they / study) German?

b

I’m in Year 8.

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They

(not / do) their

c

Nice to meet you, Jason.

 

homework at home.

d

It’s next to the bathroom.

 

10

Lee

(finish) his judo class at

e

Yes, I can, but not very well.

 

5 p.m.

f

No, I can’t. I’m hopeless at singing!

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g I’m from Edinburgh.

 

9

Completa le frasi con il present continuous

h Yes, I have. It’s new.

dei verbi dati.

i I’m twelve.

 

buy  ◆  sit   ◆  write   ◆  chat   ◆  play

j It’s new and modern.

 

1

They

an email to their

k

It’s Science.

 

l

Yes, I do. I love them!

 

Zoe

the guitar.

m I’ve got a flat.

 

3 We

in the classroom.

n It’s 30 pounds.

4 I

a new pair of shoes.

o I think he’s great!

 

5 Ryan

with a friend.

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Name …….…………………………………

2

Class

Unit Test 5 Fila B

Vocabulary

5 Guarda l’immagine e completa le frasi.

 

1

Riordina le lettere e scrivi i nomi dei mezzi

 

di

trasporto.

1 raint

2 refry

3 eblamuanc

4

nav

5

kibe

 

/ 5

2

Scrivi i nomi dei luoghi in cui puoi fare

le seguenti attività.

 

1 The car park is

the bank.

 

2 The bus stop is

3 The school is

the supermarket.

the playground.

1 park your car

4 The bus stop is

the school.

 

2 catch a plane

5 The bookshop is

the theatre

3 catch a bus

4 buy a newspaper

and the supermarket.

/ 5

5 post a letter

6

Completa il dialogo con le parole date.

 

/ 5

 

one   ◆  long   ◆  by   ◆  take   ◆  how

Grammar

A

(1)

far is the train station?

B It’s (2)

mile.

 

3

Completa le frasi con il present continuous

dei

verbi tra parentesi.

 

A ?

How (3)

does it (4)

 

B It takes five minutes (5)

bus.

1

I

(visit) my grandmother next

 

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week.

2

Susan

(catch) the train, but

Functions

 

her brother

(go) by bus.

3

We

(not / watch) a film this

7

Completa i dialoghi seguendo le tracce.

 

evening, and we

(not / go)

1

A chiede come si fa ad arrivare al cinema.

to the cinema!

A

4

afternoon? No, she

(you / meet) Kathy this

(work).

 

2

B dice di camminare fino in fondo alla strada,

poi girare a destra al semaforo. Il cinema si

5

Simon and John

(travel)

trova sulla sinistra, accanto al parco.

around Europe this summer.

B

6

(they / sail) around the

world next year? No, they (cycle) around the world.

3 A chiede la via per andare all’aeroporto.

 
 

/ 10

A

4

Indica se il present continuous è usato

4 B risponde che si scende per questa strada,

al si gira a sinistra alla rotonda. L’aeroporto si

presente (P) o al futuro (F).

1 John is crossing the road with Julie.

trova dopo circa due chilometri.

B

2 I can’t go to the park, I’m doing my

homework.

3 I’m starting a new course next week.

5 A ringrazia e propone di prendere un taxi.

 

4 What are you doing? I’m drinking a cola.

A

5 We’re not going on holiday this summer.

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Unit Tests (fila A e fila B)

Questi test, della lunghezza di una pagina, consentono una verifica puntuale

dell’acquisizione del materiale presentato in ciascuna Unit e consentono all’inse-

gnante di valutare i progressi degli studenti.

Ogni test è suddiviso in tre sezioni: Vocabulary, Grammar e Functions.

La sezione Vocabulary riprende il lessico contenuto nell’unità e nel wordbank, la

sezione Grammar verifica il riutilizzo corretto delle strutture grammaticali studiate e la sezione Functions esercita l’uso della lingua.

Al fine di garantire lo svolgimento individuale delle prove, ogni Unit Test è proposto in due versioni (fila A e fila B), che hanno la stessa struttura e il medesimo grado di difficoltà.

Test di Recupero

Abbinato a ogni Unit viene proposto un test di recupero, organizzato come gli Unit Tests, per gli studenti che hanno maggiori difficoltà o sono più deboli nell’appren- dimento della lingua. Può essere assegnato al posto dello Unit Test, oppure si potrà decidere di assegnarlo a tutti gli studenti che hanno ottenuto un risultato non sod- disfacente nello Unit Test.

Name …….…………………………………

Class

Vocabulary

1 Completa i nomi degli indumenti.

1

3

4

2

5

6

1 T - s h i r t

2 b

3 t _ a _ n

t

s

4

5

6

l

d r

s _ e

g

s

g s

e r

/ 5

Grammar

2

Completa le frasi con il present continuous

dei verbi tra parentesi.

They are watching (watch) TV.

1 She

2 Samuel

3 The students

(make) a cake.

(go) home.

(listen) to

the teacher.

4 His cousins

5 My dad

(surf) the net.

(send) emails.

/ 5

3

Trasforma i verbi alla forma in -ing.

come

1 look

2 play

3 swim

4

5

try

write

coming

/ 5

4

Completa le frasi con la forma negativa del

present continuous dei verbi tra parentesi.

Liz isn’t studying (study) English.

1 Matthew

2 Sheila and Suzy

3 My aunt

4 We

5 (go) to bed.

(eat) your chocolate.

(run) in the park.

(sing).

(wear) a tracksuit.

I

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5 Scrivi le frasi alla forma interrogativa

del present continuous.

Tom / leave home

1 Farah / buy a skirt

Is Tom leaving home?

2 they / use my tablet

3 he / help his brother

4 Dad / have a shower

1

5 Luke and Bob / text friends

6 Dai risposte brevi.

/ 10

Are you speaking on the phone? ( )

Yes, I am.

1 Is mum having a shower? ( )

2 Are they doing their homework? ( )

3 Is Jim staying at home? ( )

4 Is she studying Maths? ( )

5 Are your friends helping? ( )

7

/ 5

Completa le frasi con le espressioni date.

to make our breakfast  ◆  to go outside

to have dinner ◆  to get a drink

to play with him   ◆  to study Art

She is going into her room to study Art.

1 They are getting dressed

2 He is opening the fridge

3 Mum is getting up

4 I’m going to my friend’s house

5 Dad is coming home

Functions

8

Riordina le battute del dialogo.

1

Can I help you?

/ 5

Of course, come with me. Is it ok?

Can I try it on?

Yes, please. How much is this skirt?

Yes, I’ll take it.

It’s £29.90.

Totale

/ 10

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Skills and Culture Tests

Questi test, della lunghezza di due pagine, valutano l’acquisizione dei temi (culturali e linguistici) della sezione Skills and Culture.

1

Extension Test Units 5-6

Name …….…………………………………

Class

Reading

1 Leggi i racconti di Jason e Ale x andra, poi completa la tabella.

I’m Jason and my dad, Henry, works in a big company. He is a watchman, so he has a different routine to a lot of people. He wakes up at 5 p.m., when my sister and I get home from school. He watches the news on TV from his bed for half an hour, then he gets up and has a shower. He has breakfast at 6 p.m. and we have dinner with him. Then he leaves for work. He usually catches the bus. He starts work at 8 p.m. and finishes at 6 a.m. He gets back home at 7.00 a.m. and has his dinner at 7.30 a.m. We have our breakfast with him, then we leave for school and he reads

 

a

book or watches TV.

Glossary

At 9 or 10 a.m. my dad goes to bed. Fortunately we live

watchman

guardia notturna

in a detached house, in a quiet area!

nurse

infermiera

day off

giorno libero

My

name is Alexandra and my mum, Mary, is a nurse.

Her week days at work are always different. Sometimes she works

 

in

the morning, from 6 a.m. to 2 p.m., so she gets up very early,

but

she is at home in the afternoon. Sometimes she works from 2 p.m.

to

10 p.m., on these days she gets up late and she stays at home

in

the morning. Twice a week she works at night. She starts work at

10 p.m. and finishes at 6 in the morning, so she goes to bed at 8 a.m.,

when I leave for school, and she gets up at 4.30 p.m., when I get

home from school. Once a week she has a day off, but it’s not always

a

Saturday or Sunday.

 

Henry

Mary

Gets up

5.30 p.m.

early/late

Has breakfast

Starts work

 

Finishes work

Has dinner

 

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Name …….…………………………………

Class

Extension Test Units 5-6

1

2

Indica se le frasi sono vere (T) o false (F). Correggi quelle false.

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

T

F

Henry watches the news on TV before he gets up. He gets up early in the morning.

At 6 p.m. Henry eats with his family. ◯ ◯

He doesn’t work near his home. Henry has dinner at 7.30 in the evening. Mary is Alexandra’s mother. She sometimes gets up late. Mary never works at night. Alexandra gets home at 3 o’clock in the afternoon. Mary is always at home on Saturday and Sunday.

/ 20

◯ ◯

◯ ◯

◯ ◯

◯ ◯

◯ ◯

◯ ◯

Writing

5 Guarda il Fact File su Alan, poi completa

il

testo.

Name: Alan Gets up: 6.30 a.m.

What he does in the morning: he has

a shower, gets dressed, has breakfast and

reads the news Leaves home: 7.50 a.m.

What he does every day: he walks to work,

starts work at 8.00 a.m., has lunch in the

canteen, finishes work at 5.15 p.m.

Gets back home: 5.30 p.m.

What he does in the evening: he plays

with his children, sometimes cooks dinner,

watches TV Goes to bed: 11.00 p.m.

3

Rispondi alle domande.

1 name is (0) Alan. He gets up at (1)

What does Henry do?

His

,

he

has (2)

and gets

Then he goes into the kitchen,

 

he

(4)

and reads

(5)

He leaves home at

 

(6)

and

walks (7)

He

(8)

at 8.00 and at midday he

has

(9)

with his friends

from

work. He finishes work at (10)

 

and

he walks home. He gets home at

(11)

and he plays

(12)

for an hour. He

,

but usually

his

wife cooks. After dinner he

 

(14)

and he always goes

to

bed at (15)

 

/ 15

6

Scrivi un Fact File simile a quello

dell’esercizio 5 su qualcuno che conosci

o

su una persona immaginaria, poi scrivi

un

breve testo per raccontare la sua

 
 

/ 25

 

Totale

/ 100

2 (3)

What time does Jason get home in the

afternoon?

3 What does Henry do in the morning?

4 Why are Mary’s days always different?

5 sometimes (13)

How often does Mary have a day off?

/ 10

4 Rispondi alle domande su di te.

1 What time do you get up?

2 When do you usually have a shower?

3 routine quotidiana.

What time do you leave home in the

morning?

4 How often do you stay at school in the

afternoon?

5 What do you usually do before you go

to bed?

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Progress Tests

Della lunghezza di due pagine, questi test valutano i progressi dello studente per gruppi di unità svolte. Per il primo e il secondo livello, gli accorpamenti sono i seguenti: Units 1-2, Units 1-4, Units 1-6 e Units 1-8; mentre per il terzo livello sono i seguenti:

Units 1-2, Units 1-4 e Units 1-6.

Introduzione

1

Skills and Culture Units 3-4

Name …….…………………………………

Class

Name …….…………………………………

Class

Skills and Culture Units 3-4

1

UNUSUAL HOUSES

3

Rileggi il testo sulla mobile home a pag. 30

 

3

e guarda la piantina. Poi scrivi il nome

 

degli oggetti numerati.

4

 

1

 

1

6

7

2

7

3

8

2

4 9

 

10

5 10

 
 

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8

A tree house

My friend Ben has got a tree house in the north of England, near a lake. It is a holiday house, it’s not big, but it’s very comfortable. This house is in a tree and it’s got an upstairs and a downstairs. Downstairs there is a room with a small kitchen in a corner, a table, a fireplace, a TV and a white sofa, there is also a toilet and a balcony with a table and some chairs. Upstairs there is a bedroom with two big beds and a small wardrobe. There is a beautiful bathroom next to the bedroom. The furniture is modern and really cool! There is a lot of light in the house because it has got very big windows, from the floor to the ceiling, with a beautiful view of the lake.

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4 Ora collega le frasi che descrivono la mobile home.

 

1 The kitchen is

a in the bathroom.

 

2

There is a shower

b in the parents’ room.

3 The TV is

c between the bedrooms.

4 The bathroom is

d

next to the cooker.

5

There is a wardrobe

e

next to the children’s room.

6

The sink is

f

on the fridge.

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Listening

 

5

03

Ascolta Adam, Benjamin e Chloe che descrivono le loro tree houses e abbina ciascuno

all’immagine della sua tree house.

 
 

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6

03

Ascolta di nuovo e scegli l’alternativa

corretta per completare le frasi.

Adam has got a tree house outside / inside /

next to his bedroom.

1

There are trees / There aren’t any trees /

 

There is a tree near his house.

 

2

Benjamin’s tree house is a real house /

 

is really a house / isn’t really a house.

 

3

There is a tree in the centre of / near / behind

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Writing

7 Scrivi un paragrafo di 25-35 parole sulla tua casa ideale per le vacanze.

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Oral interaction

8 Intervista un compagno sulla sua casa

ideale per le vacanze.

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Oral presentation

9 Trova un’immagine o fai un disegno di una

casa che ti piace e descrivila alla classe.

/

Totale

/

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A mobile home

My cousin’s holiday house is a mobile home. This house is near the sea in a holiday village in the south of England. It has got a small garden and a terrace with table and chairs. The house isn’t big and the furniture is simple but it’s great for summer holidays. There is a big bedroom with a double bed and

a wardrobe for my uncle and aunt and a small

bedroom with two beds and a chest of drawers for

my cousins. Next to my cousins’ bedroom there is

a small bathroom with a shower. Between the two

bedrooms there is a living room and kitchen, with

a table and a sofa.

Next to the sofa there is a cupboard and a fridge with a small TV on it. In front of the table there is a cooker and a sink.

Reading

1 Leggi i brani, poi indica se le seguenti frasi appartengono alla tree house (T), alla mobile home (M) o a entrambe (TM).

Glossary

lake

corner

fireplace camino

lago

angolo

light luce

T

M

TM

1

It’s in a tree.

X

 

2

There are two bedrooms.

◯ ◯

2 Trova un aggettivo che definisca questi

3 There’s a room with a kitchen

nomi riferiti alla tree house.

and a table.

kitchen

small

4

It’s in a holiday village.

◯ ◯

sofa

5 ◯ ◯ ◯

It’s near a lake.

2 wardrobe

6 It’s a holiday house.

7 It has got big windows.

◯ ◯

◯ ◯

3 bathroom

4 furniture

5 windows

 

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1 the balcony.

4

5

Chloe’s house has got a garage / a room / stairs.

It has got two doors / a balcony / four windows.

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Extension Tests

Ogni due unità viene proposto un test di potenzia-

mento per gli studenti più abili, in cui sono presenti

attività di comprensione di brani e attività di

scrittura.

1

Progress Test Units 1-6

Name …….…………………………………

Class

Vocabulary

1 Trova i 10 nomi nascosti nel serpente di parole e abbinali alla categoria a cui appartengono.

gadget:

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

drink:

day:

nationality:

furniture:

family:

routine:

country:

food:

month:

10

room:

tablet

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2

Metti in sequenza le parole di ogni gruppo.

 

1

always

a

get dressed

b

half past two p.m.

4

never

have lunch

eleven a.m.

 

2

often

go to bed

ten p.m.

3

sometimes

get up

a quarter to ten a.m.

c

July

d

ninth

e

Tuesday

January

twelfth

Thursday

 

March

fifth

Monday

October

thirteenth

Wednesday

 

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3 Guarda la casa di Richard, poi scrivi i nomi degli oggetti e il numero corrispondente nella tabella,

sotto la categoria a cui appartengono.

11

9

 

8

1

 

10

 

4

12

3

2

5

6

7

Furniture

Gadgets/Things

Food/Drink

1 sofa

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Class

Progress Test Units 1-6

1

Grammar

4 Guarda la tabella su Richard, poi scrivi

le frasi seguendo le indicazioni date.

– Quali arredi ci sono nella sua casa (usa there

is / there are ):

There is a sofa in his house.

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

Quali cose possiede (usa have got ):

Quali cibi e bevande gli piacciono (usa like ):

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5 Formula domande su Richard e dai risposte

brevi affermative ( ) o negative ().

like / coffee? ( ) Does Richard like coffee? No, he doesn’t.

1

be there / sofa / Richard’s house? ( )

2

have got / tablet? ( )

3 like / cheese? ( )

4 have got / car? ( )

5 be there / video games / Richard’s house? ()

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Richard is a Maths teacher. In (8) his / he’s / her class (9) their / there / they are 25 students. He (10) stay / stayed / stays at school for 6 hours (11) every day / always day / twice day and (12) gets to / get to / gets home at 1.30 p.m. He (13) every morning / sometimes / twice a day has lessons (14) in / at / on the afternoon, but he is always at home (15) in / at / on Saturday and Sunday.

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Functions

7 Scrivi un dialogo seguendo la traccia.

Kevin

Saluta e chiede se

lei è Greta, la nuova

studentessa.

Le dice che è un

piacere conoscerla e le

chiede da dove viene.

Le chiede se le piace la sua nuova scuola.

Le chiede se ha un

telefono cellulare.

Greta

Risponde di sì.

Risponde che viene dagli USA.

Dice di sì e che è

grande e moderna.

Dice di sì.

6 numero di telefono.

Richard (1) get up / gets up / get ups at 7.30 a.m. and he (2) have a / has an / has a shower at 7.45. He (3) usually is / is usually / usually has late, so he (4) doesn’t have / don’t have / hasn’t breakfast at home. He has (5) water / cola / coffee and (6) cake / meat / chips in a café (7) near / on / between the school.

Scegli l’alternativa corretta.

Le chiede qual è il suo

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KEY

KEY

Introduzione

Altre tipologie di test

Test sulle Competenze

La presente guida propone una ricca sezione di ve- rifiche mirate alla valutazione delle competenze complessive degli studenti. Queste esercitazioni non si limitano dunque solo alla verifica delle cono- scenze e delle abilità acquisite con lo studio delle unità di Game on!, ma testano e consentono di mettere in campo esperienze e conoscenze perso- nali dello studente.

1

Recupero Unit 2

Name

Class

Vocabulary

1 COMPLETA L’ALBERO GENEALOGICO CON I NOMI DATI.

 

Name

Class

Recupero Unit 2

4

SCEGLI LE RISPOSTE BREVI CORRETTE.

1

Are you Welsh?

Yes, I am. / Yes, she is.

1 Is her dad 45?

No, she isn’t. / No, he isn’t.

2 Are Gina and Tony in your class?

Yes, they are. / Yes, you are.

3 Is Antony from Albania?

Yes, he is. / Yes, he isn’t.

4 Am I in class 2D?

No, I’m not. / No, you aren’t.

5 Are you and your sister twins?

Yes, you are. / Yes, we are.

 

granddad

1

 

FATHER

5

BROTHER

AUNT

2

mother

3

GRANDMA

 

SISTER

 

me

4

5

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SCRIVI IL PLURALE DEI SOSTANTIVI NELLA COLONNA APPROPRIATA

DELLA TABELLA.

COMPUTER BOX SHELF MATCH BOY TOMATO PARTY WIFE

+ s

boys

+ es

boxes

+ ies

+ ves

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Grammar

 

2

SCEGLI L’ALTERNATIVA CORRETTA.

 

Miss Doyle isn’t / aren’t our teacher.

1 David am not / isn’t in our class.

2 They isn’t / aren’t students.

3 We am not / are not Spanish.

4 Sheila aren’t / isn’t his girlfriend.

5 I am not / isn’t her sister.

 

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3

SCRIVI LE DOMANDE USANDO LE PAROLE DATE E IL VERBO BE.

she / your grandmother / ?

Is she your grandmother?

1 he / from France / ?

2 Ben and Dave / friends / ?

3 my book / over there / ?

4 you / German / ?

 

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Functions

6 SCEGLI LA RISPOSTA CORRETTA.

How are you?

a

Fine, thanks.

b Nice to meet you.

1 Hello, my name is John.

a Nice to meet you, I’m Amy.

b I’m OK, and you?

2 This is my friend Sylvia.

a Hi. Nice to see you again.

b Nice to meet you, Sylvia.

3 Hi, Tom. Nice to see you again, how are you?

a My name’s Lucy.

b I’m OK, and you?

4 This is my dad.

a Nice to meet you, Mr Brown.

b Hello, dad.

5 Hello, Jennifer!

a I’m OK, and you?

b Hi. Nice to see you again, Carla, how are you?

Totale

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Esame di Stato, Key English Test e Trinity GESE Grade 4 Exam

La presente guida fornisce inoltre ulteriori materiali da somministrare alla classe per esercitarsi alle prove dell’Esame di Stato, alle prove Key e alle pro- ve Trinity GESE Grade 4.

 

Name …….…………………………………

Name …….…………………………………

Test 4 Competences

Class

Class

Test 4 Competences

Eating out

Martha and Paul are on a trip to London. They go to a café for lunch.

Reading comprehension

Water

Orange juice

Lemonade

Ham sandwiches Cheese sandwiches Egg salad Soup Chicken and chips

Ice cream

Chocolate cakes

MENU





80p

£1.00

90p

£1.50

£1.40

£2.00

£1.00

£2.50

90p

£1.20

Vocabulary

3

Risolvi gli anagrammi dei nomi dei cibi.

1

2

3

4

5

CEESEH

ISFH

UIBITSSC

KECA

SCIPH

4

Scrivi i prezzi in parole.

1

2

3

4

5

6

80p

£1.20

£5.00

50p

£3.80

£6.10

Let’s revise!

6

7

8

9

10

ATEWR

LDSAA

SATOTOPE

ICRE

KCENHIC

Martha

Look at the menu. What do you want?

Grammar

Paul

Martha

I like salad, so the egg salad for me and some water. How much is that?

5

Completa le frasi con le parole suggerite.

Paul

many   ◆  want   ◆  love   ◆  some   ◆  can   ◆  much

Martha

£2.00 and 80p, that’s £2.80. What about you?

1 How

are the sandwiches?

Paul

A ham sandwich for me and some lemonade. That’s £2.40. Look at those chocolate

2 I have an ice-cream, please?

Martha

Paul

cakes! I love chocolate cakes. Me, too. Let’s have some. OK. How much are they?

3 I

fsh.

Martha

£1.20 each. So one cake for me and one for you? OK, let’s order.

4 What do you

to drink?

 

5 chips?

Do you want

1 Guarda il titolo e il menu e leggi il dialogo, poi rispondi alle domande.

 

6 cakes do you want?

How

1 Why are Paul and Martha in London?

 

2 What does Paul like?

 

Do you know how to order food in a café?

3 How much is Paul’s lunch?

 

4 What does Martha choose for lunch?

 

Writing

5 How much is Martha’s lunch?

6

Crea un menu con una scelta di 4 snack, 2 dolci e 3 bevande. Scrivi i prezzi in sterline (moneta

6

How many cakes do they order?

inglese). Poi scrivi un dialogo tra il cliente e il cameriere per ordinare e pagare uno snack.

 

Menu

Zoe and Polly are in the same café.

Listening

2

Ascolta il dialogo e completa la tabella.

 

Snack

Drink

Sweet

Total price

Over to you! Now you have everything you need to do your project.

Polly

 

Speaking

Zoe

7

A coppie, utilizzate il menu e il dialogo preparati per lesercizio 6 per creare altri dialoghi simili.

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Test adattati per studenti con DSA

L’Entry Test del Livello 1, i Revision Unit Tests dei

Livelli 2 e 3, tutti gli Unit Tests (solo una fila), i Test

di Recupero e i Progress Tests sono stati apposita-

mente adattati per essere sottoposti agli studenti con Disturbi Specifici dell’Apprendimento (DSA). Al riguardo si veda l’apposita sezione della guida.

PAPER 1 Reading and Writing | Part 3

Part 3

Questions 11-15

Name …….…………………………………

Class

Complete the five conversations.

For questions 11-15, mark A, B or C on your answer sheet.

Example:

0

What does your Mum do?

11

12

13

14

15

The phone’s ringing.

Is the jumper the right size?

Could you open the door for me, please?

Is lunch ready yet?

I’ve passed my driving test.

232

A

B

C

A

B

C

A

B

C

A

B

C

A

B

C

A

B

C

She’s a doctor.

She’s shopping.

She’s at home.

Answer :

0 ABC

I go to get it. I’ll answer it. I’ll do it.

It’s a bit small. It’s wool. It’s blue.

It’s all right. Yes, of course. Yes, please.

Not already.

Quite.

Yes, nearly.

It’s good.

You’re great.

Congratulations!

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Class

Questions 16-20

Complete the telephone conversation.

What does John say to Vanessa?

PAPER 1 Reading and Writing | Part 3

For questions 16-20, mark the correct letter A-H on your answer sheet.

Example:

Vanessa : Hi, John, it’s Vanessa.

John :

0

Vanessa : Fine. I’m ringing to ask you for some help.

John :

16

Vanessa : My car is at the garage and I need to go to the airport later.

John :

17

Vanessa : At 7 o’clock this evening. I need to be there at about 5. Is that OK?

John :

18

Vanessa : Yes, of course. I’ll wait for you outside my fat.

John :

19

Vanessa : No, just a small suitcase.

John :

20

Vanessa : Thanks so much, John. Bye.

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Answer

0 ABCDE FGH

A