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    BOI DUONG HS GIOI 9

    (Tài liệu chưa được thẩm định)
    Nguồn: PREPARED
    Người gửi: Nguyễn Hữu Quốc
    Ngày gửi: 14h:54' 20-10-2009
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    PRETEST 13

    I. Use the verb in parentheses in their correct tense forms:
    1. Mr. Brown, who (1.come) from California, (2.work) in this company since he (3. move) to this city ten years ago. He thinks that he (4.get) a pension when he (5.retire) in 2010. By that time he (6. work) for the company for 21 years. He (7.return) to California after (8.retire).
    2. It (1.be)a long time since I saw Nam. So when I (2.see).him in town yesterday, I (3.be)quite surprised. He (4.change)a lot and (5. grow) much more handsome

    II. Read the passage and choose the best answer:

    Most educational specialists believe that early schooling should provide children with an awareness of their own abilities and the self-confidence to use their abilities. One approach recognised by many experts as promoting these qualities is the Montessori- method, first practised by Maria Montessori of Italy in the early 1900s. Nancy McCormick Rambusch is credited with popularising the method in the United States, where today there are over 400 Montessori schools.
    The method helps children learn for themselves by providing them with instructional materials and tasks that facilitate acts of discovery and manipulation. Through such exploration, children develop their sense of touch and learn how to do everyday tasks without adult assistance. Other benefits include improvement in language skills, and acquaintance with elements of science, music, and art.
    1. What is the main purpose of this passage?
    A To explain the role of early education in child development.
    B. To describe the development of the Montessori method.
    C. To discuss the life and work of Maria Montessori.
    D. To demonstrate how children learn social and cultural values.

    2. According to the passage, who was first responsible for spreading the Montessori method in the United States? A Nancy McCormick Rambusch. B prominent educational expert.
    C Maria Montessori. D. An administrator in the Department of Education.

    3. Which of the following 3is not mentioned as a benefit of the Montessori method?
    A Development of tactile senses. B. Improvement of language ability.
    C Capacity to perform adult tasks D. Knowledge of arts and sciences.

    4. The author of this passage probably feels that the Montessori method
    A has little long-lasting benefit for children.
    B. will lose its popularity in the United States.
    C does not accomplish what it claims to achieve.
    D. is an effective means of child education.

    5. The following paragraph most likely discusses:
    A. another educational approach beneficial to children.
    B. details on the life of Maria Montessori.
    C. additional practitioners of the Montessori method.
    D. elements of science, music and art.

    III. You are going to read a newspaper article about children`s safety. Choose the most suitable heading from the list (A-1) for each part (1-7) of the article. There is one extra heading which you do not need to use. There is an example at the beginning (0).
    A. Dangers off the road too B. Trial period C. Not what it appears to be
    D. Dangerous driving E. Dangers of fuel F. First of many?
    G. Learning to judge H. Funds from industry I. Danger in the city (0)

    It is a typical urban scene. Two cars are parked close together at the kerbside and a child is attempting to cross the road from between them. Down the street, another car looms. Houses flank the pavements and around the corner there is a brightly-lit petrol station.
    1. It is all extraordinarily realistic, but it is unreal. For the difference between this and thousands of similar locations throughout the country is that this street is indoors - it is a mock-up designed by studio set-builders from Anglia Television.
    2. We are standing inside a converted warehouse in Milton Keynes, home of a project which is the blueprint for an exciting new way of teaching children safety awareness, especially road safety. It is called Hazard Alley. If the centre proves successful and, having visited it, I am convinced it will, then its imaginative approach could easily be copied throughout the country.
    3. The project was started by the local authority in conjunction with the police. The finance came from commercial sponsorship by companies including Coca-Cola, Volkswagen and Anglia TV. There is already a catchy cartoon character mascot the centre: Haza, the Hazard Alley cat.
    4. A novel setting for children to be taught and practise a wide range of safety topics, Hazard Alley takes its name from the dark
     
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