12+  Свидетельство СМИ ЭЛ № ФС 77 - 70917
Лицензия на образовательную деятельность №0001058
Пользовательское соглашение     Контактная и правовая информация
 
Педагогическое сообщество
УРОК.РФУРОК
Материал опубликовала
Новикова Ольга Викторовна276
Россия, Пермский край, Лысьва

Комплекс тестовых заданий по английскому языку

(раздел «Чтение»)

Предложенные задания по дисциплине «Иностранный язык» предназначены для студентов II курса СПО, обучающихся профессии «Повар». Они могут использоваться для тематического текущего контроля или промежуточной аттестации в IV семестре при изучении тем «Виды блюд. Моё любимое блюдо».

Цели:

- воспитательная - создание условий, обеспечивающих воспитание интереса к будущей профессии;

- развивающая - создание условий для активизация мыслительной деятельности студентов: внимания и памяти;

- познавательная - организация деятельности студентов по проверке сформированности знаний лексики профессиональной тематики.

Предварительная работа.

Перед началом изучения любых тем студентам предлагается ознакомиться сначала с информацией на русском языке. Современные студенты, конечно, выбирают Интернет. В данном случае необходимо вспомнить тему о праздниках в Британии и познакомиться с информацией об особенностях блюд и еды в странах Соединенного Королевства.

Задания I и II можно предложить студентам, уровень знаний которых ниже среднего. Задания III и IV для студентов, обладающих средним уровнем знаний по английскому языку.


Задание I

Тест на установление соответствия приведенных утверждений прочитанному тексту (True/False)

Прочитайте текст. При выполнении теста True/False определите, какие предложения (1-10) согласуются с содержанием текста (True), а какие нет (False). Поставьте знак (+) в выбранной графе таблицы, если информация в задании подтверждает информацию в тексте, т.е. является истинной и правдивой (True). Поставьте знак (-) в соответствующей графе таблицы, если информация в задании противоречит информации в тексте, т.е. является ложной (False):


British Traditions and Holiday Food

t1587383018aa.jpg

The United Kingdom consists of four main parts. They are England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. These countries have their own customs and traditions, habits and holidays. For example, English customs can’t be imagined without famous Christmas treats. On Christmas Day people usually have roast turkey, roasted potatoes and Christmas pudding on their tables.

On Valentine's Day traditional special rolls called scones are popular in all countries of the UK. They are baked in the form of hearts with raisins, dried cranberries or cherries.

British people eat pancakes on Shrove Tuesday in February or March. Flour, eggs and milk are needed for pancakes. Then you eat hot pancakes with sugar and lemon or dipping in honey, sour cream or jam.

In some parts of Britain there are pancake races on Shrove Tuesday. People run with a frying pan in one hand. They have to "toss" the pancake, throw it in the air and catch it again in the frying pan.

Housewives prepare homemade sweets made from burnt sugar and apple cider vinegar, and also serve candied fruits and fresh pastries.

Easter is loved by all people because it is a spring holiday and nature is beautiful.

Children help their parents to colour eggs and parents give them chocolate bunnies. Aside from eggs, the best-known English Easter food is probably the hot-cross bun. Dating back to medieval times, the buns were traditionally eaten on Good Friday, but they are now popular all around the Easter season. These sweet treats with fruit and spices are marked with a cross, either slashed into the dough before baking, or drizzled on in icing afterwards.

On Mothering Sunday simnel cakes are served. They are small cakes with raisins and candied fruits. Simnel cakes may be covered with almond paste.

In England Halloween is often known as "the night of beating nuts or the night of eating apples". Families can sit by the fireplace and tell stories while eating apples and nuts.

On Bonfire Night English people prefer potatoes, sausages and chestnuts cooked in the bonfire. Children’s favorite part during Guy Fawkes Night is the tasty food sold in streets. They enjoy baked potatoes, homemade toffee apples, sausage rolls and popcorn, etc.



True

False

1.


Christmas dinner is an important part of

English customs.



 

2.


Traditional special rolls called scones are not popular in the countries of the UK.



 

3.

You need a lot of products to prepare pancakes.



 

4.

Hot pancakes are eaten with sugar, lemon honey, sour cream or jam.




 

5.

British people eat pancakes on Easter Sunday.



 

6.

Hot-cross buns are eaten only on Good Friday.



 

7.

Simnel cakes are sweet treats with fruit and spices marked with a cross on them..



 

8.

On Halloween grown-ups and children like to sit by the fireplace and tell stories while eating apples and nuts.




 

9.

On Bonfire Night English people prefer  sausages and chestnuts cooked in the bonfire.



 

10.

Food traditions are often connected with the history, customs and holidays of the countries.




Задание II

Тест на соответствие между частями А (названия праздников) и В (названиями блюд и еды)

Прочитайте текст. В группах А и B соотнесите названия праздников в Британии (1-7) с названиями традиционных блюд (a-g) в эти дни. Например,

1. а:

A

1. Christmas Day

2. Valentine's Day

3. Shrove Tuesday

4. Easter

5. Mothering Sunday

6. Halloween

7. Guy Fawkes Night

B

a) simnel cakes

b) roast turkey and roasted potatoes

c) sausages and chestnuts cooked in the bonfire

d) scones with raisins, dried cranberries or cherries

e) pancakes with sugar and lemon

f) nuts and apples

g) hot-cross buns


Ключи к заданиям

Задание I



True

False

1.


Christmas dinner is an important part of English customs.

+


 

2.


Traditional special rolls called scones are not popular  the countries of the UK.


_

 

3.

You need a lot of products to prepare pancakes.


_

 

4.

Hot pancakes are eaten with sugar, lemon honey, sour cream or jam.


+


 

5.

British people eat pancakes on Easter Sunday.


_

 

6.

Hot-cross buns are eaten only on Good Friday.


_

 

7.

Simnel cakes are sweet treats with fruit and spices marked with a cross.


_

 

8.

On Halloween grown-ups and children like to sit by the fireplace and tell stories while eating apples and nuts.


+


 

9.

On Bonfire Night English people prefer  sausages and chestnuts cooked in the bonfire.

+


 

10.

Food traditions are often connected with the history, customs and holidays of the countries.

+



Оценивание выполнения задания I:

максимальное количество баллов – 10

10б.- «5»

от 9б. до 8б.- «4»

от 7б. до 5б.-«3»

Задание II:

1. b

2. d

3. e

4. g

5. a

6. f

7. c

Оценивание выполнения задания II:

максимальное количество баллов – 7

7б.- «5»

от 6б. до 5б.- «4»

4б.-«3»


Задание III

Тест на установление соответствия приведенных утверждений прочитанному тексту (True/False)

Прочитайте текст. При выполнении теста True/False определите, какие предложения (1-10) согласуются с содержанием текста (True), а какие нет (False). Поставьте знак (+) в выбранной графе таблицы, если информация в задании подтверждает информацию в тексте, т.е. является истинной и правдивой (True). Поставьте знак (-) в соответствующей графе таблицы, если информация в задании противоречит информации в тексте, т.е. является ложной (False):

Some Facts About Bitish Cuisine

t1587383018ab.jpg

The United Kingdom consists of four main parts. They are England, Scotland, Wales and NorthernIreland. These countries have their own customs and traditions, habits and holidays. There are four main nationalities in the UK: the English, the Welsh, the Scots and the Irish. Of course, each of them has its own food traditions.

Let’s take Scotland. January the 25th is the birthday of Robert Burns, Scotland’s national poet. It is celebrated in many countries of the world. The celebration usually takes the form of supper at which traditional dishes are eaten. The supper is called Burns’ supper. The main course is haggis, Scotland’s national dish, which is served with “tatties and neeps” (mashed potatoes and turnip). It is a dish containing sheep’s ‘pluck’ (heart, liver and lungs), minced with onion, oatmeal, suet, spices, and salt, mixed with stock, and traditionally simmered in the animal’s stomach for approximately three hours. If haggis is prepared properly it’s a real treat! It is accompanied by the traditional starter, cock-a-leekie (chicken and leek soup) and a traditional Scottish dessert such as sherry trifle or oatcakes.

Lamb is the basis of a popular Irish dish and it is traditional Irish stew prepared with potatoes and onions. Cumin and parsley are added as spices.

Irish people living in the North like potatoes very much. At first they were mainly eaten by the poor, but soon potatoes became popular with all the population. Today it is used to prepare colcannon-mashed potatoes with cabbage and onions, champ-cut potatoes with milk and butter, and boxti-pancakes made from grated potatoes.

As for the national cuisine of Wales it is rich in meat and fish dishes.

Lamb and pork are particularly popular in Wales. Seafood is also widely represented in Welsh cuisine: fish, crabs, and shrimps. Various cheeses are also very famous. They are made with herbs, garlic, pepper, etc. Soups are among the first traditional dishes of Wales. Leek soup is cooked on the basis of meat broth (most often from chicken) with the addition of onions, potatoes and thick cream. It is light but it warms up on cold days.

Cold soup is popular as well. The main ingredients are salmon and leeks. Potatoes, cream, butter, white wine, and spices are added to this traditional Welsh dish.



True

False

1.


Robert Burns’ birthday is celebrated only in Scotland.



 

2.


Haggis is Scotland’s national dish, which is made of heart, liver and lungs.



 

3.

Sherry trifle is a traditional Scottish dessert.



 

4.

Beef is the basis of a popular Irish dish, Irish stew.



 

5.

Irish stew is prepared with tomatoes and onions.  



 

6.

Irish people living in the South like potatoes very much.



 

7.

The Welsh are fond of seafood.



 

8.

Soups are popular as the first dishes in Wales.



 

9.

Leek soup is often cooked on the basis of chicken broth.



 

10.

Each country of the UK has its own food traditions.





Задание IV

Заполните таблицу названиями продуктов, характерных для каждой из стран, пользуясь информацией из текста:



Wales

Scotland

Northern

Ireland

Meat





Fish and seafood




Poultry




Dairy products




Vegetables




Spices




Dessert






Ключи к заданиям

Задание III:



True

False

1.


Robert Burns’ birthday is celebrated only in Scotland.


_

 

2.


Haggis is Scotland’s national dish, which is made of heart, liver and lungs.

+


 

3.

Sherry trifle is a traditional Scottish dessert.

+


 

4.

Beef is the basis of a popular Irish dish, Irish stew.


_

 

5.

Irish stew is prepared with tomatoes and onions.  


_

 

6.

Irish people living in the South like potatoes very much.


_

 

7.

The Welsh are fond of seafood.

+


 

8.

Soups are popular as the first dishes in Wales.

+


 

9.

Leek soup is often cooked on the basis of chicken broth.

+


 

10.

Each country of the UK has its own food traditions.


+


​​​​​​​


Оценивание выполнения задания III:

максимальное количество баллов – 10

10б.- «5»

от 9б. до 8б.- «4»

от 7б. до 5б.-«3»




Задание IV


Wales

Scotland

Northern

Ireland

Fish and seafood

fish, crabs, shrimps, salmon



Meat

lamb and pork

sheep meat

lamb

Poultry

chicken

chicken


Dairy products

сheese, cream, butter


milk and butter

Vegetables

leek, onions, potatoes

potatoes, turnip,

onions, leek

potatoes and onions, cabbage,

garlic

Spices

pepper

salt

cumin and parsley

Dessert


sherry trifle, oatcakes



Оценивание выполнения задания IV:

максимальное количество баллов – 33

32б.- 31б - «5»

от 30б. до 23б.- «4»

от 22б. до 16б.- «3»



Источники материалов:

Джош Эгглтон «Англия, Англия. Гастрономическое путешествие»,
издательство «Твоя книга», Москва-2014

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Food

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dinner

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Simnel_cake

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roast_lamb

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chicken

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Semla




















































































































Опубликовано в группе «УРОК.РФ: группа для участников конкурсов»


Комментарии (0)

Чтобы написать комментарий необходимо авторизоваться.