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Selectivos de inglés. Comunidad Valenciana.
Selectivos de inglés. Comunidad Valenciana.
Selectivos de inglés. Comunidad Valenciana.
Selectivos de inglés. Comunidad Valenciana.
Selectivos de inglés. Comunidad Valenciana.
Selectivos de inglés. Comunidad Valenciana.
Selectivos de inglés. Comunidad Valenciana.
Selectivos de inglés. Comunidad Valenciana.
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  • 1. COMISSIÓ GESTORA DE LES PROVES D’ACCÉS A LA U IVERSITAT COMISIÓN GESTORA DE LAS PRUEBAS DE ACCESO A LA UNIVERSIDAD PROVES D’ACCÉS A FACULTATS, ESCOLES TÈC IQUES SUPERIORS I COL·LEGIS U IVERSITARIS PRUEBAS DE ACCESO A FACULTADES, ESCUELAS TÉCNICAS SUPERIORES Y COLEGIOS UNIVERSITARIOS CO VOCATÒRIA DE MODEL D’EXAME CONVOCATORIA DE MODELO DE EXAMEMODALITAT DEL BATXILLERAT (LOGSE): TotesMODALIDAD DEL BACHILLERATO (LOGSE): Todas IMPORTA T / IMPORTANTE3er Exercici Llengua estrangera II: A GLÈS Comuna 90 minuts3er Ejercicio Lengua extranjera II: INGLÉS Común 90 minutos Barem: / Baremo: Please answer on a separate sheet of paper. Part A. Reading Comprehension. Read the following text: Dozens hurt in drunken Spanish protest A mass street drinking session held by Spanish youths turned into a riot last night in which 68 people were injured and 54 arrested in Barcelona alone, police have said. Another 12 people were hurt and 16 arrested in clashes between police and street drinkers in Salamanca. Thousands of young people gathered in cities around Spain last night in an attempt to hold the countrys biggest street drinking session or "botellón". The "botellón" has become a part of Spanish urban life in recent years, as teenagers who were too poor to go to bars assembled in public spaces to drink from cartons of spirits and wine. The riot began after midnight when youths began throwing bottles and cans at police who responded with baton charges and fired rubber bullets. Firemen were called out to 50 blazes as the youths set fire to rubbish containers in the streets. Shop windows were broken and several shops ransacked, media reports said. A spokesman for Barcelona municipal police blamed the disturbances on about 200 people who he said were out to cause trouble. He said the 68 injured included 37 police officers, some of whom suffered severe cuts when they were hit by bottles. Some city authorities, such as those in Seville, Granada and Valladolid, allowed the gatherings to take place in designated areas and up to 25,000 people gathered in the southern city of Granada. "Weve never seen anything like this in Granada," a police spokesman said. "Theres no doubt that this is the biggest botellón in Spain." The Daily Telegraph
  • 2. COMISSIÓ GESTORA DE LES PROVES D’ACCÉS A LA U IVERSITAT COMISIÓN GESTORA DE LAS PRUEBAS DE ACCESO A LA UNIVERSIDAD PROVES D’ACCÉS A FACULTATS, ESCOLES TÈC IQUES SUPERIORS I COL·LEGIS U IVERSITARIS PRUEBAS DE ACCESO A FACULTADES, ESCUELAS TÉCNICAS SUPERIORES Y COLEGIOS UNIVERSITARIOS CO VOCATÒRIA DE MODEL D’EXAME CONVOCATORIA DE MODELO DE EXAMEMODALITAT DEL BATXILLERAT (LOGSE): TotesMODALIDAD DEL BACHILLERATO (LOGSE): Todas IMPORTA T / IMPORTANTE3er Exercici Llengua estrangera II: A GLÈS Comuna 90 minuts3er Ejercicio Lengua extranjera II: INGLÉS Común 90 minutos Barem: / Baremo: Please answer on a separate sheet of paper. I. Answer the following questions using your own words but taking into account the information in the text. (2 points: 1 point each) a. What are the origins of the “botellón”? b. What consequences did the riot have in Barcelona? II. Are the following statements true (T) or false (F)? Identify the part of the text that supports your answer by copying the exact words on the answer sheet. (1.5 point: 0.5 each) a. No one was taken to the Police Station during the botellón session in Salamanca. b. The police reacted by firing rubber bullets during the riot. c. Thousands of youngsters gathered in Granada for a street drinking session. III. Find a synonym for each of the four words below from these six options: (1 point: 0.25 each) clashes assembled fired blazes blamed gatherings a. congregated b. fires c. confrontations d. shot
  • 3. COMISSIÓ GESTORA DE LES PROVES D’ACCÉS A LA U IVERSITAT COMISIÓN GESTORA DE LAS PRUEBAS DE ACCESO A LA UNIVERSIDAD PROVES D’ACCÉS A FACULTATS, ESCOLES TÈC IQUES SUPERIORS I COL·LEGIS U IVERSITARIS PRUEBAS DE ACCESO A FACULTADES, ESCUELAS TÉCNICAS SUPERIORES Y COLEGIOS UNIVERSITARIOS CO VOCATÒRIA DE MODEL D’EXAME CONVOCATORIA DE MODELO DE EXAMEMODALITAT DEL BATXILLERAT (LOGSE): TotesMODALIDAD DEL BACHILLERATO (LOGSE): Todas IMPORTA T / IMPORTANTE3er Exercici Llengua estrangera II: A GLÈS Comuna 90 minuts3er Ejercicio Lengua extranjera II: INGLÉS Común 90 minutos Barem: / Baremo: Please answer on a separate sheet of paper. IV. Choose a, b, or c, in each question below. Only one choice is correct. (1.5 points: 0.5 each) 1. The number of injured people was… a) greater in Salamanca. b) greater in Barcelona. c) the same in both cities. 2. The “botellón” is so popular among young people because… a) it is held in the open air. b) it is cheaper than buying drinks in pubs or bars. c) it is politically correct. 3. These drinking sessions were held… a) in places chosen by the local authorities only. b) only in public spaces outside the cities. c) in many cities around Spain. Part B. Composition (130-150 words approximately). Choose one of the following topics. (4 points) 1. Why do so many young people gather in public places to drink together? Do you think that the “botellón” is a good way of socialising? 2. Do you think that Spanish young people have a problem with alcohol? Why is alcohol such an essential ingredient in Spanish people’s lives?
  • 4. COMISSIÓ GESTORA DE LES PROVES D’ACCÉS A LA U IVERSITAT COMISIÓN GESTORA DE LAS PRUEBAS DE ACCESO A LA UNIVERSIDAD PROVES D’ACCÉS A FACULTATS, ESCOLES TÈC IQUES SUPERIORS I COL·LEGIS U IVERSITARIS PRUEBAS DE ACCESO A FACULTADES, ESCUELAS TÉCNICAS SUPERIORES Y COLEGIOS UNIVERSITARIOS CO VOCATÒRIA DE 2009 CONVOCATORIA DE 2009MODALITAT DEL BATXILLERAT (LOGSE): TotesMODALIDAD DEL BACHILLERATO (LOGSE): Todas IMPORTA T / IMPORTANTEExercici 1 Llengua estrangera II: A GLÈS Comuna 90 minutsEjercicio 1 Lengua extranjera II: INGLÉS Común 90 minutos Barem: / Baremo: Please answer on a separate sheet of paper. Part A. Reading Comprehension. Read the following text: HOWS MY DRIVI G? ASK MY CAR Using gadgets while youre driving can be a very bad thing, but an expert on automotive distractions says using a gadget that watches you while youre driving can be a very good thing. "People dont always understand the degree of distraction they may be exposing themselves to ... so the idea is to help people understand that distraction by providing them with feedback," says John D. Lee. Lee outlines the magnitude of the problem: More than 40,000 people die every year in motor vehicle crashes, and research indicates that failures of attention - including distractions or drowsiness - probably played a role in most of those crashes. Crashes and near-crashes are about three times as likely to happen when the driver is performing a complex task not related to driving (such as dialing a phone or even texting), and twice as likely during a moderately complex task (such as inserting a CD), Lee reported. As new technologies are introduced, the list of potential distractions keeps getting longer. Of course, most drivers overestimate their own abilities: In one survey, 88 percent of the respondents judged themselves to be safer than the average driver. So how does watching the driver help? Lees method was to install a special camera system that saves video snippets for the 10 seconds before and after every abrupt movement on the road. After the feedback sessions, the number of events triggered by risky drivers declined 89 percent, Lee said, and the rate of risky driving remained low even six weeks later. (Source: msnbc.com April 16, 2009 by Alan Boyle)
  • 5. COMISSIÓ GESTORA DE LES PROVES D’ACCÉS A LA U IVERSITAT COMISIÓN GESTORA DE LAS PRUEBAS DE ACCESO A LA UNIVERSIDAD PROVES D’ACCÉS A FACULTATS, ESCOLES TÈC IQUES SUPERIORS I COL·LEGIS U IVERSITARIS PRUEBAS DE ACCESO A FACULTADES, ESCUELAS TÉCNICAS SUPERIORES Y COLEGIOS UNIVERSITARIOS CO VOCATÒRIA DE 2009 CONVOCATORIA DE 2009MODALITAT DEL BATXILLERAT (LOGSE): TotesMODALIDAD DEL BACHILLERATO (LOGSE): Todas IMPORTA T / IMPORTANTEExercici 1 Llengua estrangera II: A GLÈS Comuna 90 minutsEjercicio 1 Lengua extranjera II: INGLÉS Común 90 minutos Barem: / Baremo: Please answer on a separate sheet of paper. I. Answer the following questions using your own words but taking into account the information in the text. (2 points: 1 point each) a. According to the text, what can be good and/or bad about using “gadgets” while driving? b. How can feedback provided to drivers help improve their driving? II. Are the following statements true (T) or false (F)? Identify the part of the text that supports your answer by copying the exact passage on the answer sheet. (1.5 point: 0.5 each) a. In most deadly car accidents, lack of attention seems to be involved. b. The use of new technologies diminishes the frequency of distractions. c. In Lee’s study, the video camera installed in the car helps you watch for holes in the ground. III. Find a synonym for each of the four definitions below from these six options: (1 point: 0.25 each) gadget crashes drowsiness survey snippets rate a. The state of being almost asleep. b. Small fragments of information such as data or images. c. A study to gather specific information. d. A device or tool designed to perform a particular task or function.
  • 6. COMISSIÓ GESTORA DE LES PROVES D’ACCÉS A LA U IVERSITAT COMISIÓN GESTORA DE LAS PRUEBAS DE ACCESO A LA UNIVERSIDAD PROVES D’ACCÉS A FACULTATS, ESCOLES TÈC IQUES SUPERIORS I COL·LEGIS U IVERSITARIS PRUEBAS DE ACCESO A FACULTADES, ESCUELAS TÉCNICAS SUPERIORES Y COLEGIOS UNIVERSITARIOS CO VOCATÒRIA DE 2009 CONVOCATORIA DE 2009MODALITAT DEL BATXILLERAT (LOGSE): TotesMODALIDAD DEL BACHILLERATO (LOGSE): Todas IMPORTA T / IMPORTANTEExercici 1 Llengua estrangera II: A GLÈS Comuna 90 minutsEjercicio 1 Lengua extranjera II: INGLÉS Común 90 minutos Barem: / Baremo: Please answer on a separate sheet of paper. IV. Choose a, b, or c, in each question below. Only one choice is correct (1.5 points: 0.5 each) 1. Most people who die in a car accident… a) failed to pay attention and drowned. b) were driving too fast. c) were not paying attention to their driving. 2. According to the author, when driving: a) Texting is a less dangerous task than inserting a CD. b) Non-related driving tasks can lead to crashes. c) You can perform a moderately complex task, but not a complex task. 3. When the author says that “most drivers overestimate their own abilities”, he means that: a) Most drivers drive safer than others. b) Most drivers feel safe when judging other drivers. c) Most drivers think they are very competent at driving. Part B. Composition (130-150 words approximately). Choose one of the following topics (4 points) 1. What can be done to reduce the number of car accidents? 2. How do you think technology can prevent road accidents?
  • 7. COMISSIÓ GESTORA DE LES PROVES D’ACCÉS A LA UNIVERSITAT COMISIÓN GESTORA DE LAS PRUEBAS DE ACCESO A LA UNIVERSIDAD PROVES D’ACCÉS A LA UNIVERSITAT PRUEBAS DE ACCESO A LA UNIVERSIDAD CONVOCATÒRIA: 2010 CONVOCATORIA: 2010 ANGLÉS INGLÉSBAREM DE L’EXAMEN:BAREMO DEL EXAMEN: Please answer on a separate sheet of paper. Part A. Reading Comprehension. Read the following text: SHOPPERS GO GREEN ‘TO IMPRESS NEIGHBOURS, NOT TO SAVE THE PLANET’ Shoppers are hypocritical about buying environmentally friendly goods, according to a report which has found consumers are more concerned about impressing the neighbours than saving the planet. While consumers are more likely to ‘go green’ on the high street where they can be seen making altruistic choices, the privacy of online shopping brings out an entirely different behaviour. When people are not being watched by their peers they are more willing to shun the ethical products in favour of comfort and convenience, the report says. The habit has been studied by Vladas Griskevicius, of the University of Minnesota, who found eco- friendly shopping decisions are not always motivated by a social concern. He discovered that people were more likely to buy energy efficient light bulbs from the shops, but tended to opt for the old-fashioned type online. The same trend was also found when people purchased white goods, electronics and even domestic cleaning products over the internet. Mr Griskevicius picks out the Toyota Prius car as a prime example. Celebrities including Leonardo Di Caprio and Cameron Diaz have been photographed behind the wheel of a Prius, despite being well able to afford a more powerful and expensive car, sending the message that they are concerned for the environment. ‘When you publicly display your environmentally friendly nature, you send the signal that you care,’ said the report. The study also showed that people were often more willing to buy green products when they were the most expensive option, because it showed they could afford to be caring. The Daily Telegraph, March, 17, 2010, p. 13 1
  • 8. I. Answer the following questions using your own words but taking into account the information in the text (2 points: 1 point each) a) What are the real reasons why consumers buy eco-friendly goods? b) Why do some film stars promote eco-friendly products? II. Are the following statements true (T) or false (F)? Identify the part of the text that supports your answer by copying the exact passage on the answer sheet (1.5 point: 0.5 each) a) People tend to buy more green products online. b) The car that most film stars own is a Toyota Prius. c) People don’t mind buying ‘green’ products when they are more expensive if other people notice what they are buying. III. Find a synonym for each of the four words below from these six options: (1 point: 0.25 each) concerned privacy behaviour peers purchased prime a) bought b) representative, characteristic c) intimacy d) preoccupied IV. Choose a, b, or c, in each question below. Only one choice is correct (1.5 points: 0.5 each) 1. According to the report, people who buy eco-friendly products... a) are more interested in impressing their neighbours. b) are more interested in saving the planet. c) are more interested in comfort and convenience. 2. When buying goods on the Internet ... a) consumers always ‘go green’. b) consumers rarely ‘go green’. c) consumers ‘go green’ if the bulbs are energy efficient. 3. Leonardo Di Caprio and Cameron Diaz have both … a) photographed cars including the Toyota Prius. b) promoted the Toyota Prius. c) bought powerful and expensive cars such as the Toyota Prius.Part B. Write a 130 to 150-word composition. (4 points) What is your opinion about eco-friendly products? Do you think they are an urgent need or just a passing fashion? 2
  • 9. COMISSIÓ GESTORA DE LES PROVES D’ACCÉS A LA UNIVERSITAT COMISIÓN GESTORA DE LAS PRUEBAS DE ACCESO A LA UNIVERSIDAD PROVES D’ACCÉS A LA UNIVERSITAT PRUEBAS DE ACCESO A LA UNIVERSIDAD CONVOCATÒRIA: 2010 CONVOCATORIA: 2010 ANGLÉS INGLÉSBAREM DE L’EXAMEN:BAREMO DEL EXAMEN: Please answer on a separate sheet of paper. Part A. Reading Comprehension. Read the following text: NOW TEACHERS ARE ORDERED TO SMILE AT THEIR PUPILS A secondary school has ordered teachers to welcome children with a smile at the start of every lesson as part of a drive to hand more power to pupils. Staff have also been told to ensure they are not boring students by setting work that is too hard. The move is the latest example of a Government initiative to give pupils a major say in many aspects of their schooling, but some critics say this is putting children in charge. Yesterday the Mail revealed that 20 students at a Kent secondary school were given iPhones to provide instant feedback of teachers to senior staff. In another incident, a teacher being interviewed for a job by a student panel was asked to sing the Michael Jackson song ‘Bad’. She failed to get the job after refusing. Pupils on another interview panel voted in favour of a female candidate because she was the ‘prettiest’, although she was not hired. Schools Secretary Ed Balls admitted the approach used by some schools was ‘completely wrong’, ‘absurd’ and ‘ridiculous’. ‘The people who are in charge are the head teachers, the governors and the teachers,’ he said. ‘The idea that you would give out iPhones to secretly spy on teachers, that would be in my view, completely wrong’. ‘Any head teacher doing that needs to look hard at themselves and consider the way in which they are doing things’. But far from dismissing the practice, he added: ‘Some schools do ask teachers to get a report from the children about how lessons are going’. Daily Mail, Tuesday, April 6th, 2010, p. 10 1
  • 10. I. Answer the following questions using your own words but taking into account the information in the text. (2 points: 1 point each) a. What measures have teachers been forced to take in secondary schools? b. Why have mobile phones been used in some schools?II. Are the following statements true (T) or false (F)? Identify the part of the text that supports your answer by copying the exact passage on the answer sheet. (1.5 point: 0.5 each) a. Teachers have been told not to assign homework. b. In Kent, iPhones were given to every student. c. Some schools want their students to express their opinion about their classes.III. Find a synonym for each of the four words below from these six options: (1 point: 0.25 each) staff schooling feedback incident panel governors a. jury, committee b. event, episode c. employees d. response, opinionIV. Choose a, b, or c, in each question below. Only one choice is correct. (1.5 points: 0.5 each) 1. A teacher was asked to sing ‘Bad’... a. and got the job. b. and never got the job. c. and was then asked to refuse the job. 2. Ed Balls stated that... a. students should have more power. b. teachers should be secretly observed. c. iPhones are not a good tool to provide feedback. 3. Some schools want students to... a. give their opinion on lessons. b. describe teachers. c. report about the use of iPhones.Part B. Write a 130 to 150-word composition. (4 points) What is your opinion about giving more power to students in schools? 2

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