Tìm kiếm Đề thi, Kiểm tra

Quảng cáo

Hướng dẫn sử dụng thư viện

Hỗ trợ kĩ thuật

Liên hệ quảng cáo

  • (024) 66 745 632
  • 036 286 0000

Kiem Tra HK 2 AV 8 THI DIEM (7) (Sách mới).

Nhấn vào đây để tải về
Hiển thị toàn màn hình
Báo tài liệu có sai sót
Nhắn tin cho tác giả
(Tài liệu chưa được thẩm định)
Người gửi: Đỗ Nguyễn Mai Huỳnh
Ngày gửi: 17h:48' 30-04-2019
Dung lượng: 1.3 MB
Số lượt tải: 430
Số lượt thích: 0 người
Full name: ...............................................
Class: ......................................................
Time: 45 minutes

1. Listen to a school teacher talking about cyber-bullying. Fill each of the gaps with no more than TWO words. You will listen TWICE.
The Internet is said to be one of the most amazing (1)____________ that humans have made. Since its appearance, the Internet has been so popular that nearly everyone uses it or knows about it. However, the Internet can be a scary place, especially because of cyber-bullying. Open any (2)____________ these days and you will see a story about this cyber-bullying. It’s a really nasty and growing problem. Cyber-bullies are real cowards. They hide behind their computers and scare people, send them hate mail or threaten them. Even worse is when they (3) ____________ pictures of their victims online. I have a friend who had a bad time at the hands of a cyber-bully. The cyber-bully (4)____________ lots of gossips and lies on the Internet. My friend’s reputation was badly damaged. You may wonder how cyber-bullying starts at school. Many schoolchildren physically bully others in class and then continue doing it online. Their victim isn’t safe anywhere. It is high time we (5) ____________ to stop cyber-bullying.
2. Listen to Annie talking about the Internet. Decide if the statements are true (T) or false (F). Circle T or F. You will listen TWICE.
1. Annie thinks the Internet is the greatest invention. 

2. Annie does her homework on the Internet. 

3. Annie loves emails. 

4. Annie spends little time on the Internet. 

5. Annie puts a lot of her personal information on Facebook. 

1. Read what Tom and Sara thinks about the Internet. Match the correct person with his/her opinion.
TOM. I have worked in IT for 17 years and have seen it grow and develop. It’s a fantastic tool and most businesses rely on it these days and it’s also great for keeping in touch with friends, relatives and doing your shopping, etc. The only downside is that it wasn`t regulated correctly from day one and there are some shocking sites and big scams going on. The Internet is now so big that I think it is difficult to get it under control. SARA. The Internet itself is like any other invention. Neither good nor bad. It`s how it`s used that makes the difference. To me, the Internet is the greatest technological invention of all time. Before the Internet, the world was a huge place and people on opposite sides of the world could only communicate by snail mail or occasional phone calls as these were too expensive for regular use. The world has become a much smaller place and the places we cannot visit have become alive to us because of it. 
1. The Internet has made the world smaller. 

2. The Internet is good for people to keep in touch.

3. The bad sites make the Internet bad. 

4. The Internet had made one kind of communication cheaper. 

5. Whether Internet is good or bad depends on the use of it. 

2. Read the passage and complete the sentences. Circle A, B, or C.
Giving positive nonverbal messages can improve your relationship with your child and develop emotional connections in your family. Most children love being hugged and kissed, for example. This warm and caring body language sends the nonverbal message that you want to be close to your child. Some children with special needs – for example, children with autism and sensory sensitivities –might find body contact difficult. On the other hand, negative nonverbal communication – for example, a grumpy tone of voice or a frown – when you’re doing something fun together might send the message that you don’t really want to be there. So matching your verbal and nonverbal communication makes your words more effective. For example, a teacher might explain a maths problem using her hands to show size and shape. But when verbal and nonverbal messages don’t match, your child might believe the nonverbal – after all, what you see is what you get. Your child learns a lot about nonverbal communication by watching you. For example, if you approach new people in a relaxed way, your child is more likely to do the same.
1. A hug or a kiss sends the message that __________.

A. I want to be loved 
B. I want to be near 
C. I want to be emotional

2. Children with autism and sensory sensitivities find it hard to __________.

A. love 
B. communicate 
C. contact physically

3. A frown sends the
Gửi ý kiến

↓ CHÚ Ý: Bài giảng này được nén lại dưới dạng RAR và có thể chứa nhiều file. Hệ thống chỉ hiển thị 1 file trong số đó, đề nghị các thầy cô KIỂM TRA KỸ TRƯỚC KHI NHẬN XÉT  ↓