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КИМ по английлийскому языку, 10 класс

В материале представлен КИМ для проведения стартовой диагностики по учебному предмету "Английский язык" в 10 классе. Материал содержит кодификатор, текст работы, ключи для проверки и аудиофайл для выполнения задания по аудированию.
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Комплект контрольно-измерительных материалов для проведения стартовой диагностики

по учебному предмету «Английский язык»

10 класс

  1. Кодификатор элементов содержания входного контроля по английскому языку для 10 класса (базовый уровень)

Цель контроля: проверить качество усвоенных знаний обучающихся за курс основной школы   и определить соответствие уровня обученности учащихся 10-го класса.

Тест состоит из 4-х заданий в формате ЕГЭ (подобранных из Открытого банка данных ЕГЭ, 2017 год) и сборника тестов Spotlight и соответствует пройденному тематическому материалу    УМК Spotlight (9 класс).

Источник КИМ:

- аудирование/ демоверсия ЕГЭ по английскому языку 2017 год/4ЕГЭ URL: https://4ege.ru/angliyskiy/53268-demoversiya-ege-po-angliyskomu-yazyku-2017.html

(дата доступа 18.11.2020)

- письменная часть/ Подготовка к ОГЭ/Просвещение  URL: http://old.prosv.ru/umk/spotlight/info.aspx?ob_

(дата доступа 18.11.2020)

Контрольная составлена на 2 академических часа.

КОД КЭС

Код раздела

Элементы содержания, проверяемые тестовыми заданиями

1

3.1

Аудирование

Понимание основного содержания прослушанного текста.

2

3.2

Аудирование

Понимание в прослушанном тексте запрашиваемой информации.

3

3.3

Аудирование.

Полное понимание прослушанного текста

4

2.1

Чтение

Понимание основного содержания текста.

5

2.4

Чтение

Понимание структурно-смысловых связей в тексте

6

2.2

Чтение

Полное понимание информации в тексте

7

5.2.1

Грамматические навыки

Употребление видовременных форм глаголов действительного залога в Past Simple

8

5.2.1

Грамматические навыки

Употребление видовременных форм глаголов действительного залога в Future Simple

9

5.2.1

Грамматические навыки

Употребление указательных местоимений/ формы глаголов страдательного залога 

10

5.2.1

Грамматические навыки

Употребление видовременных форм глаголов действительного залога в Present Perfect/употребление модального глагола

11

5.2.1

Грамматические навыки

Употребление видовременных форм глаголов действительного залога в Past Simple/ употребление превосходной степени прилагательных

12

5.2.1

Грамматические навыки

Употребление конструкций на -ing (герундий)/ употребление притяжательных прилагательных 

13

5.2.1

Грамматические навыки

Употребление возвратных местоимений / Употребление видовременных форм глаголов действительного залога в Past Simple

14

5.3.1

Лексико-грамматические навыки

Употребление притяжательных местоимений /употребление инфинитива

15

5.3.1

Лексико-грамматические навыки

Употребление видовременных форм глаголов действительного залога во Future Simple/употребление герундия

16

5.3.1

Лексико-грамматические навыки

Употребление аффиксов прилагательных: -al / Употребление аффиксов существительных-es   

17

5.3.1

Лексико-грамматические навыки

Употребление суффиксов наречий -ly

18

5.3.1

Лексико-грамматические навыки

Употребление причастий / Употребление аффиксов прилагательных: -ful

19

5.3.1

Лексико-грамматические навыки

Употребление аффиксов существительных -ist / Употребление аффиксов прилагательных: -ing

20

5.3.2

Лексико-грамматические навыки

Употребление аффиксов прилагательных: -al / Употребление суффиксов наречий -ly

21

5.3.2

Лексико-грамматические навыки

Употребление аффиксов существительных-er / Употребление аффиксов прилагательных: y

22

5.3.2

Лексико-грамматические навыки

Многозначность лексических слов. Синонимы. 

23

5.3.2

Лексико-грамматические навыки

Многозначность лексических слов.

Сочетаемость

24

5.3.2

Лексико-грамматические навыки

Многозначность лексических слов. Синонимы.  

25

4.3

Письмо личного характера.

Решение коммуникативной задачи.

26

4.3

Письмо личного характера.

Организация текста

27

4.3

Письмо личного характера.

Языковое оформление текста

 

Максимальное число баллов за задания

Аудирование

20 баллов (20 минут)

Чтение

20 баллов (20 минут)

Лексика и грамматика

15 баллов (20 минут)

Письмо

6 баллов (20 минут)

Всего

61 баллов

 

Шкала оценивания

«5»

91-100%

«4»

71-90%

«3»

50-70%

«2»

0-49%

 

 

 

 

Входная контрольная работа по английскому языку в 10 классе

  1. Listening

1. Вы услышите 6 высказываний. Установите соответствие между высказываниями каждого говорящего AF и утверждениями, данными в списке 1–7. Используйте каждое утверждение, обозначенное соответствующей цифрой, только один раз. В задании есть одно лишнее утверждение.

Вы услышите запись дважды. Занесите свои ответы в таблицу.

  1. I try not to miss anything in the cinema.
  2. It is possible to create the cinema atmosphere without going out.
  3. Movie stars are very attractive.
  4. The best moving pictures are in our heads.
  5. When thinking about cinema I remember an accident.
  6. Stage provides me with more exciting experiences than screen.
  7. It feels good to make a dream come true.

Говорящий

A

B

C

D

E

F

 Утверждение

 

 

 

 

 

 

         

2. Вы услышите диалог. Определите, какие из приведённых утверждений А–G соответствуют содержанию текста (1 – True), какие не соответствуют (2 – False) и о чём в тексте не сказано, то есть на основании текста нельзя дать ни положительного, ни отрицательного ответа (3 – Not stated).

Занесите номер выбранного Вами варианта ответа в таблицу. Вы услышите   запись дважды.

  1. Tom and Alice used to go to the same school a few years ago.
  2. Tom has no homework at school.
  3. Alice thinks the Arabic language is rather fashionable.
  4. Tom’s been studying French at his father’s request.
  5. Alice is wondering what leisure activities Tom has.
  6. Tom is planning to start writing poetry.
  7. Tom takes a train to visit his parents on holidays.

Утверждение

A

B

C

D

E

F

G

 Соответствие диалогу

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Вы услышите интервью. В заданиях 3–9 запишите в поле ответа цифру 1, 2 или 3, соответствующую выбранному Вами варианту ответа. Вы услышите запись дважды.

3. Sarah’s love for animals started when she …

1) first went to Africa.

2) became a college student.

3) was a young girl.

4. At her first job Sarah wanted to make money for her …

1) documentary film.

2) African trip.

3) future education.

5. When Sarah first tried to study monkeys, she …

1) befriended many animals.

2) became well-known.

3) failed at her attempt.

6. Sarah went to Africa for the second time together with …

1) her mother.

2) an African scientist.

3) her colleague.

7. The monkeys learned to trust Sarah because she …

1) played games with them.

2) fed them for a long time.

3) tried to copy their behaviour.

8. It took Sarah two years to …

1) be accepted into a group of monkeys.

2) establish a camp on the shore.

3) study the basics of monkeys’ behaviour.

9. Sarah considers her African years as the best time of her life because she …

1) was able to join the world of animals.

2) learned to climb trees naturally.

3) had a lot of fun there.

Задание

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

Ответ

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  1. Reading

10. Установите соответствие между заголовками 1-8 и текстами A-G. Занесите свои ответы в таблицу. Используйте каждую букву только один раз. В задании один заголовок лишний. 

1. Almost daily

5. Poorly rewarded

2. Daily distraction

6. High security

3. Mobile luxury

7. Daily treasure

4. Not like old days

8. Almost twice daily

 

A. Greg cycles to college every day. The college is in the town centre but it has a bike park where you can leave your bicycle. Because many bikes have been stolen, Greg now has a daily ritual of carefully chaining the bike to a stand and locking each of the wheels. Then he removes the handlebar and saddle and locks them separately in a cabinet in the college.

B. Martin works for a posh "take away" restaurant called "Meals on wheels". Every evening he has to put on a suit and by car, deliver a three-course meal plus wine to rich people around the city. It is almost, Martin thinks, like being a butler or servant a hundred years ago. Except that he has three different "masters" every day. He thinks the restaurant should be called "Servants on Wheels".

C. Locking up, Sasha reflected, was the worst possible responsibility. She was supposed to arrive at the restaurant at 4pm and officially she was supposed to finish at midnight when the restaurant closed, but she was the key holder and therefore always the last person to leave. Often this kept her there every night until lam or even later. At least she was paid a little extra for this but not enough — in her view!

D. Charlotte spends about 30 minutes every day writing her private diary. She has maintained this discipline since she was a teenager. Even if nothing particularly noteworthy has happened, she likes to record her impressions of people and conversations. She writes with a pen and has a complete book for every year since she started. These are safely locked away and considered by Charlotte to be her most valued possessions.

E. John walks to school every day — not because he has to, but because he enjoys it. It is about 2kms across some orchards, over the bridge and then just a short walk to the edge of town where the school is situated. Of course, he can go by bus if the weather is exceptionally bad and he always uses the bus to get home. But it is a pretty walk and an excellent way to start the day.

F. When Louise was a young girl growing up in Scotland — her family never used to lock the door. There was no crime in her village and visitors were always welcome. Now she has to lock up every night and secure all the windows. If a visitor comes, she has a "spy hole" to check who it is before answering. Modern life in the city, she felt, was a different world to the one she grew up in.

G. Emma loves her dog. His name is Arnie, he is two years old and absolutely full of fun. But she has to take him out for a proper walk before and after school. She enjoys this but yet Emma hates getting up early in the morning and it is always a struggle for her, especially in the winter when it is still dark in the mornings. Sometimes her Mum helps and Emma is grateful beyond words.

 

Текст

A

B

C

D

E

F

G

Заголовок

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

11. Прочитайте текст и заполните пропуски A-F частями предложений, обозначенными 1-7. Одна из частей 1-7 лишняя. Занесите цифру, обозначающую часть предложения, в таблицу.

US Student Exchange Program

 

An academic student exchange is for students aged 15-18 years old. It starts when a student signs up with a student exchange program in their country to go abroad, live in another country with a volunteer host family a single semester or an entire academic year. The local program either has an affiliate office in other countries, or cooperates with "sister" programs in other countries.

The host country is the sponsoring agency. It issues the required forms that make the necessary visas, usually a J-1 in the United States. Students will carry health insurance, bring their own spending money of the language spoken in the host country.

Volunteer host families provide the student with room (his/her own bed, and a quiet place to study), board (three meals a day), and most importantly, LOVE! The student becomes part of the host family the host family's life. The student is responsible for maintaining good grades in the school he/she is attending and for taking on chores member.

Each student and host family are supported by agency's volunteer representative whose main responsibility is to check up with the student, the host family, and the school to assure that the exchange is going smoothly. This may be your first trip away from home F____ or your first airplane ride. Regardless, this will be the time of your life as you will be able to enjoy life in your host country participating in your host country's holidays just as the natives do.

How about having a host brother or sister who will be your brother/sister for the rest of your life or making friends with whom you can stay in contact year after year? Most importantly, there is no better way to learn a language than to live in a society where it is exclusively spoken. For more information Contact the Student Exchange Resource Center at StudentExchange.net.

  1.                     as does any other family
  2.                     it possible for a student to get
  3.                     as there are many ways to learn
  4.                     as no tourist can ever imagine
  5.                     and have some command
  6.                     and participates in all aspects of
  7.                     and attend a local high school for either

A

B

C

D

E

F

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Прочитайте текст и выполните задания 12–18. В каждом задании запишите в поле ответа цифру 1, 2, 3 или 4, соответствующую выбранному вами варианту ответа.

A Lesson with the Master

 

Joseph Knecht must have been twelve or thirteen years old at the time. For quite a while he had been a scholarship pupil in the Latin school of Berolfingen. His teachers at the school, and especially his music teacher, had already recommended him two or three times to the highest Board for admission into the elite schools... His music teacher, from whom he was learning violin and the lute, told him that the Music Master would shortly be coming to Berolfingen to inspect music instruction at the school. Therefore Joseph must practice like a good boy and not embarrass his teacher.

"What would you like to play?" the Master asked. The boy could not say a word.

Hesitantly, he picked up his exercise book and held it out to the Master. "No," the Master said, "I want you to play from memory and not an exercise, something easy that you know by heart." Knecht was confused and unable to answer. The Master did not insist. With one finger, he struck the first notes of a melody, and looked questioningly at the boy. Joseph nodded and at once played the melody with pleasure.

Once more, the Master said. Knecht repeated the melody, and the old man now played a second voice to go with it. Once more. Knecht played, and the Master played the second part, and a third part also. Once more. And the Master played three voices along with the melody... The boy and the old man ceased to think of anything else; they surrendered themselves to the lovely, congenial lines and figurations they formed as their parts crisscrossed. Caught in the network their music was creating, they swayed gently along with it, obeying an unseen conductor...

"Do you happen to know what a fugue is?" the Master now asked. Knecht looked dubious. "Very well," the Master said, "then I'll show you. You'll grasp it quicker if we make a fugue ourselves. Now the first thing you need in a fugue is a theme, and we don t have to look far for the theme. We'll take it from our song". He played a brief phrase, a fragment of the song's melody. He played the theme once more, and this time he went to the first entrance and then to the second entrance. He changed the interval, then the third entrance repeated the first one again an octave higher, as did the fourth with the second. The exposition concluded with a cadence in the key of the dominant.

The boy looked at the player's clever white fingers... His ear drank in the fugue; it seemed to him that he was hearing music for the first time in his life. Behind the music being created in his presence he sensed the world of Mind, the joy-giving harmony of law and freedom, of service and rule. He surrendered himself, and vowed to serve that world. In those few minutes he saw himself and his life, saw the whole cosmos guided, ordered, and interpreted by the spirit of music...

He had experienced his vocation, which may surely be spoken of as a sacrament. The ideal world had suddenly taken on visible lineaments for him. Its gates had opened invitingly... And through this venerable messenger — the Music Master — an admonition and a call had come from that world even to him, the insignificant Latin school pupil.

12. School that Joseph Knecht studied at was

  1. a specialized school for poor kids.
  2. an elite church music school.
  3. a private school with grant-maintenance.
  4. a secondary state school.

13. Joseph Knecht was …

  1. particularly good at playing violin and lute.
  2. an average student with a social scholarship.
  3. a bright music student, mainly keen on arts.
  4. academically advanced in all the subjects.

14. Joseph could not do what the Master first asked him to do as he was …

  1. not able to play music from memory.
  2. not articulate enough to answer the question.
  3. too self-conscious, uncertain in his technical skills.
  4. too nervous.

15. The Master started playing the melody with the boy because he wanted to …

  1. check the boy's ability for improvisation.
  2. warm the boy up and reduce his tension.
  3. show him the correct way to play it.
  4. demonstrate his technical superiority

16. Explaining to Knecht what a fugue was, the Master …

  1. spontaneously created the needed piece on a well-known simple melody.
  2. created a fugue, inviting the boy to participate in the improvisation.
  3. improvised a fugue on the melody of the exercise they have just played.
  4. played a well-known fugue of Bach, based on the melody of the song.

17. The world of Mind that Joseph suddenly discovered for himself and vowed to serve was the world …

  1. where music alone reigned supreme.
  2. of sacred service and self — sacrifice.
  3. based on the interdependence of regularities and freedoms.
  4. created by improvisation and free will of a Master.

18. The short lesson with the Master helped the boy to…

  1. understand his strong points and weaknesses.
  2. widen his academic horizons.
  3. mature and get ready for a real life.
  4. choose a profession

 

  1. Grammar

Прочитайте приведённый ниже текст. Преобразуйте слова, написанные заглавными буквами в конце строк, обозначенные номерами 19-27 так, чтобы они грамматически соответствовали содержанию текста. Запишите полученные слова. Каждый пропуск соответствует отдельному заданию 19-27.

19

20

 

 

21

 

22

 

 

 

23

 

24

25

 

26

 

 

 

27

   My high school boyfriend ______,

“___you ____ to prom with me?” in rose petals on my bedroom floor. I still have pictures and, believe it or not, the rose petals. I went to four proms and wore everything from cream silk (big mistake) to black velvet (bigger mistake), but I _________ by movies: they told me how cool the night ______ be, how cool it should be. The dress, the hair, the music, the limo, the theme There’s a reason that prom is such a repeated trope in pop culture. It matters.  “It’s the _______ moment when who you were for four years of high school - it ends right there,” says Aimee Tee garden, star of ________ Prom, this spring’s addition to the canon that _____ a group of teens prepping for the big event. In real life, Aimee’s boyfriend created a scavenger hunt _______ her to be his date. “I wore a turquoise dress with spaghetti straps that I got for, like, $30,” she says. “His parents had a Suburban, and he played chauffeur. We watched Chappelle’s Show and then went _________.” 

WRITE

GO

 

 

 

GUIDE

CAN

 

 

SPECIAL

 

DISNEY

 

SHOW

 

ASK

 

 

 

STARGAZE

 

Прочитайте приведенный ниже текст. Преобразуйте слова 28-33 так, чтобы они грамматически и лексически соответствовали содержанию текста.

 

28

 

29

 

 

 

30

31

 

 

32

 

 

33

 

This week’s Beauty Battle features two gorgeous rising stars: songstress Rita Ora and _______ Lily Collins. Though the two have very different styles, they happened to sport similar ______ looks to two NYC events celebrating the same brand -renown French jewelry house Cartier. Rita performed at the brand’s Juste Un Clou party while Lily attended their exhibit ______ earlier that same evening. Both of them had us enraptured with their _______ bold makeup!
Rita played up the sultry factor with striking, subtly ____ eyes, superlong lashes, and polished brows. Her matte bright pink lips colorfully complemented her long black dress. Lily’s eyes were also accentuated with black _______ and full, feathery lashes. Those famous eyebrows of hers were ultra-groomed (and gorgeous!), of course, and she chose a dark cherry matte lip.

 

ACT

 

BEAUTY

 

 

 

OPEN

 

GLAMOUROUS

 

SMOKE

 

 

 

 

LINE

 

Прочитайте текст с пропусками, обозначенными номерами 34–36. Эти номера     соответствуют     заданиям     34-36, в     которых     представлены возможные варианты ответов. Запишите в поле ответа цифру 1, 2, 3 или 4, соответствующую выбранному Вами варианту ответа.

 

This is a real-life story of engineer John Roebling building the Brooklyn Bridge in New York, USA back in 1870. The bridge was completed in 1883, after 13 years. In 1869, a creative engineer named John Roebling was (34) ______ by an idea to build a spectacular bridge connecting New York with the Long Island. (35) ______, bridge building experts throughout the world thought that this was an impossible task. They (36) ______ Roebling to forget the idea, as it just could not be done and it was not practical. It had never been done before.

 

34     1) inclined   2) involved 3) included       4) inspired

35    1) However   2) Although         3) Moreover       4) Therefore

36    1) talked   2) told           3) said      4) spoke

 

  1. Writing

You have received a letter from your English-speaking pen-friend Todd who writes:

    In July I`m going to a science youth summer camp. It`s an international camp, but the working language is English. If you like science, which of the subjects are your favourite? What kinds of summer camps are available for the youth in Russia? Which of them would you like to go to, and why?

     As for the latest news, I've passed my driving test and my elder brother said he'll let me use his car!

 

In your letter answer his questions, ask 3 questions about the driving test.

Write 100–120 words. Remember the rules of letter writing.

 

 

 

 

KEYS:

Listening

  1. 274516
  2. 1213123
  3. 3-3
  4. 4-2
  5. 5-3
  6. 6-1
  7. 7-2
  8. 8-1
  9. 9-1

Reading:

10 7385641

11 725614

12- 3

13- 4

14 4

15 2

16- 1

17 3

18 3

Grammar:

Задание 19-27

19 – wrote; 20 – will you go; 21 – was guided; 22 – could; 23 – most special; 24 – Disney’s; 25 – shows; 26 – to ask; 27 – stargazing

Задания 28-33

28 – actress; 29 – beautiful; 30 – opening; 31 – glamorously; 32– smoky; 33 – liner.

Задания 34-36

34-4

35-1

36-2

Аудирование:

 

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Павлова Надежда Ивановна
Английский язык, 10 класс, Экзамены ЕГЭ, ОГЭ
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