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  • 1. 1ST TERM TEST – B1Listening Activities:I)While listening to this TV programme: A) Tick the questions you hear:Ex.: Are you a man? (tick)1- Is your sport played mostly by men?2- Do you play in a club?3- Do you use a ball in your sport?4- Do you run a lot in your sport?5-Do you move a lot?6- Are you Russian?7- Are you sitting all the time during this sport? B) Now, choose the correct option:Ex.: The first paticipant is Marina (Jason/ Sylvia/ Marina)1- They are interviewing a ......................... (pop star/ sportsman/ businessman)2- The speakers you hear are ...................... (all men / all women/ both men and women)3- How many questions do the participants ask? ....................... ( 7 / 8 /9 )4- The sport is ................. (motor racing/ ice-skating/ horse riding)Reading activities:Page 1, paragraphs 1-2 and 4 I)Read the text and decide if these sentences are Right or WrongEx:- Foootball can contribute to change communities in a positive way. ®1- Football is good for physical and social activitiesas well. (R)2- Football serves as a useful tool for Children s organizations exclusively.(W)3- All participants can benefit from practising football. (R)4- Learning to win and lose is not important in everyday life. (W)5- Values acquired in football activities can prepare children just to live the present. ® II) In these groups of words there is an odd one. Underline it: Ex: Positive Ideas: - Community development− - Peace building− - Social integration− - Social discrimination 1- Values: - inclusion - tolerance
  • 2. - popularity - cooperation 2- People: - entrepreneurs - team mates - participants - principles 3- Social issues: - Environment - Health promotion - Community programmes - Self-confidence ( 1er lugar) 4- Places: - pitch - globe - society - street 5- Events: - matches - training sessions - opponents - games III) Read this passage: December 2009, South American streetfootballworld network members meet in Uruguay On 1-2 December the first coordinators´meeting of streetfootballworld network members inSouth America took place in Montevideo (Uruguay). The aim of the event was to create a space fordialogue, exchange of ideas, and identify synergies between the organisations that constitute thenetwork in South America Two days of intense work The Uruguayan Ministry of Tourism and Sport was the venue of the meeting, which wasconvened on 1 December . Dignitaries from the Ministry, representatives from streetfootballworldand the Regional Coordination in South America officially opened the meeting. During the first day, results of the Network Board meeting that had taken place in November2009 in Berlin were presented. On this basis, topics of strategic importance for the South Americanmembers were discussed in order to formulate recommendations for strengthening the network(regionally and globally), and developing a political and conceptual vision of the network. These ideas and contributions coming out of this session will soon be shared with the rest of themembers through the Network Board and other communication channels. A) Some of these signs were posted on the wall of the Ministry during this event in Montevideo:Put a crossto identify them.Ex.: WELCOME TO URUGUAY ! (tick)1- PLEASE, BE SILENT!2- WELCOME SOUTHAFRICANS!3- BE PUNCTUAL FOR THE OPENING SESSION4- CHECK THE NET FOR MORE INFORMATION
  • 3. 5- SOCIALISE WITH OTHER SOUTH AMERICANS6- SHARE AND EXCHANGE IDEAS7- PLAY FOOTBALL WELL B) There are some words underlined in the passage. Which is the correct one for each of thefollowing definitions:Ex.: People who belong to an organization. Members1- Affecting the whole world.2- A closely connected group or unit.3- A group of people who have the power to make decisions or control an organization.4- A place where people meet for an organized event.5- Methods or systems that people use to send or get information.6- A conversation between two people.Language activities:IV)Fill in the blanks using the words provided in the bubble:more – less – a – the – at – this – that – but – and – for – everyone - ANYONE- centre - OFFootball, “candombe” an afro-uruguayan culture It was not all work during (ex.) ...the.... meeting and footabaall activities could .................course not be left out. After ...............very fruitful first day, the coordinators met ...................afootball match, with ................... “senior” team running out (surprise) winners. ................... the endof the second day, Mundo Afro impressed ........................ with a historic walk through theold ................. of Montevideo, highlighting its Afro Uruguayan heritage .................. giving gueststhe opportunity to learn .................. about the history of the first Africans ...................... arrived onthe continent as slaves. V) VI) VII)Sir Elton John visits the Football for Hope Centre in Khayelitsha (FIFA.com) Friday 7 May 2010On his last visit to Khayelitsha Football for Hope Centre and Grassroot Soccer (GRS) which(ex.)......IS............... in South Africa, Founder and Chairman of the Elton John AIDS Foundation,Sir Elton John,(1) ....................... the role that footabll can (2)............................ in fighting the AIDSepidemic: “Soccer stars (3)......................... the most powerful role models for young peopletoday...so it´s fantastic that organisations like Grassroots Soccer (4).......................... that power toeducate young people about HIV”.IN THE FUTURE,The Khayelitsha Football for Hope Centre (5)....................to tackle HIV/AIDS,one of the biggest issues facing young people across Africa. The centre is managed by GrassrootSoccer, a non-profit organisations that (6).......................... football to educate young people aboutHIV and AIDs and empower them with the knowledge to live HIV-free.The Elton John AIDS Foundation is one of the foremost independent AIDS centre charities in the
  • 4. world. It(7) ............................. prevention and care services in 15 countries globally and(8)............................. 150 million people in its 17 year history. is are am emphasizes will emphasize emphasized play plays played were are is are harnessing is harnessing were harnessing help helped will help use uses doesn´t use support supported supports has reached have reached reachedWriting activities:7.WRITE A PARAGRAH DESCREINIG YOUR FAVORITE SPORT7 WOMAN ( 50 TO 70WORDS)8.IMAGINE YOU WERE PART O THE fOOTBAL FOR HAOPE FESTIVAL. WRITE ANEMAIL TO A FRIEND/, TELLLING HIM7 HER ABOUT YOPUR EXPERIENCE ABOUTTHATY EVENT, YOU CAN INCLUDE INFORMATION9.10.11.THE EVENT12.THE PLACE13.THE PEOPLE14.YOUR OPINION ABOUY THE EVENY ( 80 WORDS)