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ANNEE SCOLAIRE 2011
ANNEE SCOLAIRE 2011- 2012
ACADEMIE D’AIX- MARSEILLE
Evaluation de la compréhension de l’oral en fin de classe de 5ème
ANGLAIS
DOCUMENT PROFESSEUR
Inscrire pour chacun des 15 items le code :
1 pour une réponse correcte ou suffisante
8 pour une réponse erronée ou insuffisante
0 pour une absence de réponse
A pour un élève absent
Evaluation du niveau A2 CORRIGE
Epreuve : Anglais LV1 fin 5ème
Session 2012
Aix-Marseille
Corrigé : compréhension orale
Durée : 1 heure
Entourez 1 pour une bonne réponse, 8 pour une réponse erronée et 0 si l'élève n'a pas répondu. Chaque
réponse correspond à un item.
1.
Lucy: Hey Bob! Did you have a good holiday?
Bob: Yeah, it was cool! We went to Turkey.
Lucy: So what did you do there?
Bob: The usual. We went to the beach and I swam in the sea every day. It was really hot and sunny you
know.
Lucy: You’re so lucky. I went to see my Gran in Wales again!
Item 1. Postcard 2
2.
Flora: Max, you’re so irritating. You’re always taking my stuff
Max: What! It’s not true!
Flora: So where is my DS?
Max: I don’t know. I haven’t touched it.
Flora: I know you’re lying! You’ve got that smile on your face.
Max: I haven’t got it. Have you looked for it?
Flora: Yes, I have. Everywhere! Under the bed, on the shelves, on my desk, even in your room…
Max: Have you looked in your cupboard?
Flora: Hang on… Oh here it is in the cupboard. I knew you’d had it!
Item 2. Flora’s DS is in the cupboard
3.
Estate agent: So, this is 135 Rosewood Lane.
Lady: Oh! It looks lovely! I love the garden! It’s so nice and big and there are so many trees and
flowers.
Estate agent: OK, so let’s go inside. This is the kitchen.
Lady: It’s quite small but I like it!
Estate agent: There is a large living-room here and the bathroom and three bedrooms are upstairs.
Lady: Oh dear! Only three bedrooms. I need four. This house is no good to me.
Estate agent: Oh dear! Such a nice house too. What a pity. Oh well! Let’s visit the next one.
Item 3. There is a problem with the number of bedrooms
4.
Neighbour 1: Hello, have you seen my cat? I’ve lost him.
Neighbour 2: I’m not sure. What does he look like?
Neighbour 1: He’s black and white.
Neighbour 2: Okay, but there are lots of black and white cats around here.
Neighbour 1: Yes, but he’s got white legs, a white head and a black patch around his eye.
Neighbour 2: Oh! I don’t think I’ve seen him, sorry.
Item 4. Cat 1.
5.
Arthur: Hey Penny! Did you have a good birthday? What did you get?
Penny: Great thanks! I had the usual stuff. Make-up, money, clothes.
Arthur: Nothing interesting then.
Penny: Oh yeah! I like that stuff and my parents got me a new phone. It’s really cool. It can take photos,
there are loads of games on it…
Arthur: Can you connect to internet? Send e-mails?
Penny: Of course! And I can take videos too.
Arthur: Wow! That does sound cool! My phone is really old. It doesn’t even take photos so you can
forget about internet.
Penny: You should ask your parents for a new one for your birthday.
Arthur: Yeah, good idea!
Item 5. Penny had a phone / mobile
6.
Seller: Got a birthday coming up? Don’t know what to buy? How about a new t-shirt? BORING I hear
you say. But no, because this is a t-shirt exactly as you want it. Choose you slogan, picture, colour. You
can have words on the front or back in any language. Delivery takes just three days. Now isn’t that
better than another CD or a jumper from granny?
Item 6. The site sells t-shirts
Jane
Jane: Hi! My name’s Jane and I live near Liverpool in England. My friends think I’m strange because I
absolutely love football. I go to all the matches and I play in a club (for girls of course). I train three times a
week and we have matches every weekend. I like school. My favourite lesson is PE (that’s when we do sport)
but I also like Spanish and History. I really hate Maths because I’m no good at it. I have lots of friends, we have
lots of fun. They say I’m always cheerful, you know, really happy. I love my pets. I’ve got two dogs and a
horse. Horse-riding is another of my hobbies. Oh, and I play rugby too – but just on the school team. I’d like to
be a vet or maybe a doctor when I’m older.
Items 7 Jane lives near Liverpool
Items 8 et 9. Her hobbies are football, horse-riding and rugby
Item 10. She likes PE (sport), Spanish and History
Item 11: She doesn’t like Maths
Item 12: She would like to be a doctor or a vet
The message
Angie: Hi. I’m sorry I’m not in right now but you can leave a message and I’ll get back to you…
Howard: Oh, hi Angie. It’s Howard. I’m calling to let you know that I got tickets to that concert you wanted to
go to. I’ve got three tickets so we can go and I’ll invite Jeff. It’s next Saturday. It starts at 9.30 but we can meet
before if you like. You can get the number 29 bus from your road. It stops outside the stadium. Well, I can’t
wait! Call me. Bye…
Item 13. Howard has tickets to a concert
Item 14. The event is next Saturday
Item 15. It starts at 9.30pm
ANNEE SCOLAIRE 2011- 2012
ACADEMIE D’AIX- MARSEILLE
Evaluation de la compréhension de l’écrit en fin de classe de 5ème
ANGLAIS
DOCUMENT PROFESSEUR
Inscrire pour chacun des 10 items le code :
1 pour une réponse correcte ou suffisante
8 pour une réponse erronée ou insuffisante
0 pour une absence de réponse
A pour un élève absent
Evaluation du niveau A2
Epreuve: Anglais
Session 2012
Aix- Marseille
Sujet:compréhension/expression écrite
Durée: 1 heure
Welcome to New Zealand!
New Zealand consists of two islands, Wellington is
the capital but Auckland is New Zealand’s biggest
city. Like many towns, Wellington is a port. There
are many mountains and volcanoes in New Zealand.
The two official languages are English and Maori.
There is a population of 4.18 million inhabitants but
only 14% are Maori.
The Maoris arrived from Polynesia in canoes about
one thousand years ago. They called their new
country Aotearoa (Land of the Long White Cloud).
The “All Blacks” is the name of the New
Zealand rugby team. Before each match,
they do the traditional Maori warrior dance
called the Haka.
Auckland
New Zealand
Maori Art
The All Blacks
The Kiwi
The Kiwi is a bird but he can’t fly! It’s
the symbol of New Zealand. The other
name for New Zealanders is Kiwis.
Adapted from Easy Going n° 1 September 2011
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Answer the questions:
1. What is the capital of New Zealand?
Wellington
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8
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8
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2. What are the two official languages?
English and Maori
3. What is the symbol of New Zealand?
The Kiwi
4. What was the name of the first inhabitants?
The Maoris
5. What is the Haka?
The traditional Maori warrior dance
Evaluation du niveau A2
Epreuve : anglais
Session 2012
Compréhension / expression écrite
Sujet : Compréhension écrite
Durée : 1 heure
These buildings are all extraordinary. Can you match the photos with their descriptions?
A
B
D
1
2
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5
C
E
Text
This house looks like a shoe. It was built in 1948 and it’s in
Pennsylvania, USA.
You can have a holiday in the Canadian forest in this tree
house. It’s big and round.
This house is upside down. It looks quite old and expensive,
but it’s a science museum and you can have fun in the
inversion chamber.
Inside this building that looks like a bookshelf you can read
real books. It’s the Kansas City Central Library, USA.
This strange and futuristic building is a shopping centre. It
is covered with 15,000 aluminium discs.
Picture
D
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C
A
E
B
Adapted from Easy Going n°1, September 2011
ANNEE SCOLAIRE 2011- 2012
ACADEMIE D’AIX- MARSEILLE
Evaluation de l’expression écrite en fin de classe de 5ème
ANGLAIS
DOCUMENT PROFESSEUR
Note pour l’évaluation de l’expression écrite.
Compte tenu des difficultés éprouvées par certains de nos élèves lorsqu'il s'agit de s'exprimer à l'écrit une première
tâche (remplir un formulaire) est proposée : elle doit être uniquement considérée comme une façon de mettre les élèves
en confiance. Seule la deuxième tâche (une des deux propositions au choix) sera utilisée pour apprécier le niveau A2
selon le barème académique fourni. L’élève qui ne fera que la première tâche sera considéré comme ayant obtenu le
niveau A1.
Niveau atteint
cocher la case
A1
A2
A1 = code 1 / A2 = code 2 / A2+ = code 3 / copie blanche : code 0 / élève absent = code A
1
2
3
0
A
A2+

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