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Final English Exam

Part One: Reading and Interpreting. (15pts)

Read the passage then do the following activities.

Instruction focused on questions of right and wrong is called moral education. It also includes the development of values, the standards by which people judge what is important, worthwhile, and good. People receive moral education from many sources, including their family, mosques, friends, and even television. Schools have always been involved in such education, either intentionally or unintentionally. For example, many stories for young readers include moral lessons.

Inculcation is an effort to teach children the values that educators believe lead to moral conduct. These values include honesty, compassion, justice, and respect for others. One way of teaching such standards is to provide appropriate praise and punishment. Another means is to have teachers reflect the desired values in their own behaviour.

Surveys indicate that most parents favour some form of moral education in schools. Supporters of such education argue that the family and holly places need help in teaching moral behaviour. Many believe that schools in a democratic society must teach such values as hard work, honesty, fairness, corporation, tolerance, and respect.
Adapted from: Howard Kirshenbaum

A/ Comprehension. (7pts)

1- Are the following statements true or false?

a- Moral education is basically educating children in morality.

b- The behaviour of teachers in class is unimportant.

c- There is renewed interest in teaching morality in schools.

2- Classify the following ideas according to their occurrence in the text.

a- Praise and punishment is a way of teaching moral values.

b- Honesty, cooperation and tolerance are values democracy needs.

c- Moral education is concerned with principles of right and wrong behaviour.

3- In which paragraph is it mentioned that hard work is a value?

4- Answer the following questions about the text.

a- How do people receive moral education?

b- Why is inculcation associated with childhood?

5- What or who do the underlined words in the text refer to?

6- Choose a title to text.

a- Civic Education. b- Physical Education. c- Ethics in Education.

B/ Text Exploration. (8pts)

1- Find in the text words closest in meaning to the following.

a- Ethical = §1 b- Teachers = §2 c- Admiration = §2 d- Support = §3

2- Provide the opposites of the following words keeping the same root.

Moral – honesty – behaviour – tolerance.

3- Rewrite sentence (b) so that it means the as (a).

1a- People receive moral education from many sources.

b -Moral education........................................................................................................

2a- I won’t start my research unless I find books in the library.

b- If .....................................................................................................................

3a- I regret you didn’t come. The prize-giving ceremony was a success.

b- I wish you ..................................................................................................................

4a- “These stories include important moral lessons,” teacher said.

b- The teacher told her pupils that .................................................................................

4- Classify the following words according to the pronunciation of the final “s”.

Sources – values – parents- mosques.

/s/ /z/ /Iz/

5- Fill in the blanks with only four words from the list below.

For – who – to – students- experiences- which.

Thousands and thousands of schools worldwide have set up themselves the goals of making anti corruption fighting a reality by involving their ............ in anti corruption projects. For example in Georgia, the project focuses on secondary school students ............. wrote about their ............. with corruption in a national essay. In Italy, students are given extra credits .......... participating in anti corruption debates.

Part Two: Written Expression. (5pts)

Choose one of the following topics.

Topic 1: Write a letter of complaint to the Minister of Education exposing the problems that pupils in Algeria face in schools. You may talk about these problems (large classes, overloaded programmes, extra lessons outside school, no time for leisure activities, full timetable, absence of outdoor activities, no canteen, .....).

Topic 2: Home or school? Which one do you think is more important in the life of a child?

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