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Тестирование лингвосоциокультурной компетенции младших школьников, сформированной на материале УМК по английскому языку И.Н. Верещагиной, О.В. Афанасьевой (4 класс)»
“The USA” Topics:
1.
Hobbies
2.
America. The USA:
•
The history of America
•
American symbols
•
Holidays
•
Everyday life
•
New York
Hobbies
1.
Walt Disney was born in …
a)
Chicago +
b)
New York –
c)
Washington DC -
d)
Los Angeles -
2. One day Walt Disney had an idea to make the main character of the cartoon …
+ a mouse
+ Mickey Mouse
3. The special place for children and parents where they can have fun together is…
a)
Neverland -
b)
Gameland -
c)
Disneyland +
d)
Candyland -
4. The correct chronological order of events in Walt Disney’s life:
a)
He began to draw pictures and create cartoons
b)
He had an idea to make a mouse the main character of the cartoon c)
Не create many cartoon characters
d)
He built Disneyland America. The USA:
The history of America
1.
The word America means…
+ the name of the country
+ names of two continents
2. Christopher Columbus discovered America in …
a)
1917 –
b)
1492 +
c)
1812 -
d)
1941 -
3. Christopher Columbus was born in a)
Italy + c) America -
b)
Spain -
d) Great Britain -
4. Christopher Columbus wanted to discover the way to…
+ India
5. The ship which sailed from England to America was called …
+ “Mayflower”
6. Correspondence between people and traditions:
1)Native Americans
+a, c, e
2)English colonists +b,d a)
To believe in many gods
b)
To pray before eating
c)
To smoke a peace pipe
d)
To believe in one god
e)
To pray before hunting
7. There were … colonies in 1733 + 13, thirteen.
8. The correct chronological order of events in American history is:
a)
The first colonies in America appeared
b)
African negroes arrived as slaves and began working on plantations
c)
George Washington became the first president of the USA d)
The story of “Wild West” began
9. Cowboys usually wore hats, boots and … + jeans
10. Correspondence between the clothes and its usage:
1.Boots +b,c
2.Jeans -
3.Hat +a a)
Protecting from the hot sun b)
Walking through long grass
c)
Making riding a horse easier
11. The correct chronological order of American presidents’ ruling is:
a)
George Washington b)
John Adams
c)
Tomas Jeferson
d)
James Madison
e)
James Monroe f)
John Quincy Adams
American symbols
1.
One of the most famous symbols of America is:
a)
American flag -
b)
Big Ben -
c)
The White House -
d)
The Statue of Liberty +
2. The correct order of coins in America from the least to the biggest one is:
a)
Pennies
b)
Nickels c)
Dime
d)
Dollar 3. Correspondence between the parts of American flag and their quantity
:
1)
Stripes +e
2)
Stars +d
3)
Red stripes +b
4)
White stripes +a
a)
6
b)
7
c)
82
d)
52
e)
13
The United States of
America 4. Correspondence between the States of America and their nicknames:
1.
Kansas
2.
Alaska
3.
Vermont
4.
Utah
5.
New Jersey
6.
Minnesota
a)
The Central State
b)
The Grate Land c)
The Green Mountain State d)
The Salt Lake State
e)
The Garden State
f)
The Wheat State
Holidays
1. There are 5 national holidays which people celebrate in every state of the USA: a)
New Year’s Day + e) Thanksgiving Day +
b) Memorial Day f) Christmas Day +
c) Easter g) Presidents Day
d) Labour Day + h) Independence Day +
Holidays
2. The … Thursday in November is a Thanksgiving Day
+ last
3. Thanksgiving Day
is an … holiday
a)
British -
b)
French -
c)
American +
d)
Indian -
4. The first Thanksgiving
dinner lasted … days
a)
2 -
b)
7 -
c)
5 -
d)
3 +
5. People usually … for the New Year. + make promises
6. People call St. Valentine the …
+Saint of Love
7. Correspondence between holiday and the day of celebrating:
1.
New Year’s Day +d
2.
Martin Luther King’s Birthday +b
3.
St. Valentine Day +a 4.
Presidents Day +c
a)
14
th
of February
b) Third Monday of January c) Third Monday of February
d) January the 1
st
e) February 29
th
8. Martin Luther King was an important man who wanted … for black people.
+ the same rights + equal rights 9. Martin Luther King was killed in…
a) 1967 -
b) 1968 +
c) 1969 -
d) 1970 -
10. Correspondence between holiday and the day of celebrating:
1.
St. Patrick’s Day +b 2.
April Fool’s Day +d
3.
Easter +a
4.
Memorial Day +f
5.
Mother’s Day +c
6.
Father’s Day +e
a) Weekend in late March or April
b) March 17
th
c) Sunday in May
d) April 1
st
e) Sunday in June
f) Last Monday of May g) Sunday in July
11. On February 29
th
girls can ask boys to go to … and out to the dinner. + The movies
+Irish 12. St. Patrick was an … saint.
13. If you don’t wear green on St. Patrick’s Day someone can… a)
Kiss you -
b) Curse you -
c) Pinch you +
d) Kill you -
14. Correspondence between holiday and the day of celebrating:
1.
Flag Day +c
2. Independence Day + e
3. Labour Day +f
4. Columbus Day +a
5. Halloween +b
a) Second Monday of October
b) October 31
st
c) June 14
th
d) Last Saturday of August e) July 4
th
f) First Monday of September
15. Easter is a …A… holiday which celebrates the day when Jesus came back from the …B…
1. Celtic
2. Catholic
3. Christian +
4. American
a) Heaven b) The dead +
c) Hell 16. Memorial Day is a special Day to remember those who died in (a) … a) Car accident
b) War +
c) Car crash
d) Fire
17. The American flag is often called… + “Stars and Stripes” + Stars and Stripes
18. Labour Day is a day of … for the workers.
+ rest 19. On Second Monday of October you can see the… everywhere.
+ American flag. 20.Correspondence between holiday and the day of celebrating:
1.
Veteran’s Day +d 2. Thanksgiving Day +c
3. Christmas Day +b
4. New Year’s Eve +e
a)
January 1
st
b) December 25
th
c) Last Thursday of November d) November 11
th
e) December 31
st
Everyday life in America
1.
America is (a) … country. + friendly
2. The most popular Dinner in America
is called… a) Picnic -
b) Barbeque -
c) Lunch -
d) Pot luck + At a “Pot luck” dinner all the guests… a)
Give money to the host -
b) Bring something to eat +
c) Go to the restaurant -
d) Arrive 1 hour later -
New York
1.
New York is often called…
+ Big Apple + “Big Apple”
2. New York lies on the three big islands: Manhattan, Long Island and…
+ Staten Island.
3. Manhattan is famous for it’s …
+ skyscrapers 4. The most expensive part of New York is a) Long Island b) Broadway
c) Manhattan
d) Metropolitan
New York remained the capital of USA for a) 3 days -
b) 2 weeks -
c) 1 year +
d) 4 months -
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