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30 juin 2012

go to facebook and visit English Web Teaching, interesting page

 

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18 mai 2012

please

guess what, after i made it work with power point in the English Seminar held with the inspector, and after i gave it to almost everyone Lycee present, i found that i didn't copy it in my own stick...could anyone upload it and put it here, it'd save me some time to go and watch some football matches...thanks.

PS: the lesson was about Child Labour, remember?!

Posté par teacherscorner à 20:33 - Permalien [#]

answer to the new comer

well, the thing is that you couldn't make it simpler. Easy as pie, just follow the steps.- after you get in, go to "tous les messages", there you can read, upload a file, answer messages, write a message...simple. It's the same rule as for all the stuff that has something to do with Internet or computers; it's a question of MANIPULATION !

PS: the small icons in "nouveau message" on your top right allow you to insert an image, a video...

thanks.

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20 avril 2012

1st year exam

الجمهوريــة الجزائريـــة الديـمقراطية الشعبيــة

وزارة التربـيـة الوطـنـيـة

ثانوية الشيخ إبراهيم بيوض القرارة

مديرية التربية لولاية غرداية                                                                            

Level : Scientific  Streams

Duration : 2 Hours

Date   : December 02nd  , 2008

The First Term Exam

 

PART ONE : Reading and Interpreting

         OSLO: The Norwegian Nobel Committee awarded its 2008 Peace Prize on Friday to Martti Ahtisaari, the former Finnish president who has been associated over decades with peace efforts and quiet, cautious diplomacy from Asia to Africa and Europe. Out of 197 people nominated for the annual prize, the committee said, Ahtisaari had been chosen "for his important efforts in several continents and over three decades to resolve international conflicts."

      He has played a central role in ending conflicts that took root in the late 20th century and threatened the early 21st century with conflagrations in many places. Specifically, the committee mentioned his work in ending South African domination of Namibia, the former South-West Africa, from the 1970s to the late 1990s , and peace efforts in the Indonesian province of Aceh, Kosovo, Northern Ireland, Central Asia, the Horn of Africa and, most recently, in Iraq.

       In an initial response, Ahtisaari said he was "very pleased and grateful" at receiving the prize, which is worth $1.4 million. It will be awarded to him at a ceremony inOsloon December 10.

In a television interview after the award was announced, Ahtisaari indicated that he might slow the pace of his travels, which, he said, had kept him away fromFinlandfor 200 days a year. "I want to spend more time with my wife," he said.

                                                              ( Adapted from Herald Tribune International Website www.iht.com )     Comprehension

1/ The text is : (1pt)
                  a- a newspaper article.             b- an address .       c- a radio news report

2/ Say if these statements are true or false. (2pts)
a- Martti Ahtisaari is from China .
b- The winner's achievements were over different continents.
c- There were only three candidates  to 2008 Peace Prize .
d- The winner of the award will get more than one  million Dollar.

3/ Answer these questions according to the text: (3pts)
a- When will the ceremony happen ?
b- Was he happy after the announcement? Justify .
c-  "for his important efforts in several continents '' Explain by illustrating  examples.

B. Exploring the Text

  1. Vocabulary   (3 pts)  

  a. Find in the text words that are  closest in meaning to the followings    (1,5pt)

  1- selected =…….….(§1)            2-  getting=……...(§3)    3- declared=……...(§4)     

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 b. Find in the text words that are  opposite in meaning to the followings       (1,5pt)  

              1- punished ≠…….….(§1)            2- war ≠……...(§2)    3- sad ≠……...(§3)    

2.Grammar  (4.5 )pts

    a. Fill in the blank with : Mustn't / Must / should / shouldn’t  (2pts)     

       1. Ahtisaari has been rewarded ; the other candidates  ……. be unpleased.

       2. To get the prize , you ……promote the culture of peace whenever and wherever.

       3. The Herald Tribune Newspaper's reporter said, “ The winner ……… be an ordinary person .”

       4. The Committee ………….have chosen  the winner without studying all his achievements.

    b.  Fill in the gaps with words from the following list    (2.5 pts)     

                in  - Officer -  was  - Norway -  after

         Martti Ahtisaari …….born on June 23, 1937, ……the city ofViipuri, which is now on the Russian side of the border in territory ceded to theSoviet Union…...World War II. His father,a naturalized Finn born in ……….., was a noncommissioned army……...

 3. Sound System : Mark the intonation  ( /  ,  \  )on the  following sentences   ( 1.5 pts)   

          

-         Would you please tell me, on which base they have chosen him ?

-         Who is  the winner of the Nobel Peace Prize for this year?

-         Could The UNO put an end  to the war inSomalia?

 

Part two: Written expression: (5pts)    Choose  one topic

   Topic 01:    Suppose that you were a reporter  , and you had to write an article about the successful achievements of a Nobel Peace Prize winner. In no more than 10 lines , write an article about this winner.

  Topic 02:  Imagine you were Mr.Martti Ahtisaari. Write an address, in which you thank the committee , and you ask others to spread the culture of peace.        

                                                                                  Good luck

                                                                      Your teachers of English language       

                                                                                                Mr. Hamaimi

              

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3rd year feeling and emotions

 At Batta Secondary School- Timizart-                          April, 2012

Class: 3 lph/LE  

 

THIRD TERM TEST -1-

Part I: Reading: Read the text carefully then answer the following questions

There’s an old prayer that goes; “Lord, protect me from my friends because I know who my enemies are.” Many of us don’t recognize their friends from their enemies until the knife is sticking out of our backs.  One of the neat things about friendship is that it is pretty unconditional. It isn’t, “I’ll be your friend if you loan me your iPod”, or “I’ll love you if you do all I want.” 

A true friend doesn’t need you to justify your behavior.  You don’t  have to ‘prove’ to him or her that you are ‘right’ or that the reason you did or said was because of…someone who is not a real friend  will demand your explanation; “Why did you say that?” or  “X told me you did…. and I want you to tell me your ’version’.”

A real friend might hear you did or said something and if you want to tell them the why, he just would not listen to your explanation. After all, a real friend automatically assumes you had a good reason why you did/said things and knows that you’ll tell them at some point.

Friends care about your feelings. Your feelings are the first thing in their minds, hence they don’t say things to hurt you, and they don’t construct events to make you the villain.  People, who don’t care about your feelings, are enemies. Those who are your friends surely wouldn’t stand up in the crowd and say; “I’m not surprised”, or go on in some avid manner as if they have lived all their lives to see you fall on your face. So, don’t feel sad when your best Friend proves to be an enemy, consider yourself lucky to discover him/ her so early, and be thankful the knife isn’t sticking out of your back.

Taken from the internet

 

     I/ READING COMPREHENSION

A-What is the type of the text? (1pt)

 

B/ Say whether these statements are True or False according to the text:( (2pts)

1-      It is easy to recognise a friend from an enemy.

2-      Real friends are always waiting for your explanations.

3-      Friends give little importance to your feelings.

4-      Your friends wouldn’t tell others that you have the habit to harm people.

 

 

C/ Answer the following questions:( 3pts)

1-      How can we recognise a real friend?

2-      What kind of behaviours that you don’t expect your best friend to do?

3-      According to you why does the writer pray God to protect him from his friends?

 

 

D/Find in the text words or expressions that are closest in meaning to the following:(1.5)

 1-distinguish=………..     2-aim=……………….      3- Therefore=........................                      

                          

   II/ MASTERY OF LANGUAGE

 

A/ Find opposite to the following words keeping the same root: (1.5pts)

1-Behaviour=................ 2-real=............................       3- appoint =.........................

 

B/ Complete the table below(3pts)

Verb

Noun

Adjective

...................

To remind

.................

Slaves

…………………

…………………

.....................

.....................

careful

 

 

C/ Rewrite the second sentence so that it means the same as the first one: (3pts)

1-      My father taught me: “keep your friends close, but make your enemies closer.”

-          My father taught me …………………………..

2-      Your freinds don’t construct events to make you the villain. 

-Events……………………….........................................................................

3- Basic emotions can be modified in some way to form a complex emotion.

-Circumstances…………………………………………………………………

 

D/ Put the verbs between brackets in their right tense: (3 pts)

1-      I'm going to take a nap. When I wake up, if the money( to be) on the table, I (to know) I have a real partner.

2-      I gave too much confidence to my friend, but he destroyed it. I wish I (to be) wise enough to discover this earlier than now.

3-      Everyone (to feel) happiness when he (to know) that some one is very caring about his feeling.

 

E/ Fill in each blank with one word only: (5pts)

 

To me a true friendship is nothing less, but two people who stick to each other no matter what ….1…... Their friendship is unconditional and both share almost everything. So, a true friend is really the kind of….2….. to whom you can knock at the door all the time, with anything in your mind. Someone you can truly talk to and …3…. respects you for the person you truly …4…. Today, only one or two of our friends fit this description. having five or four close friends would rather create much ….5…….

 

Good LUCK

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17 mars 2012

another

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try 2

2nd_year_literary_test_2_term_2

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a try

2nd_yearforeign_languages_test_2_term_2

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03 février 2012

an idea or a link like this one

http://www.cambridge.org/other_files/Flash_apps/inuse/EVUElementaryTest/EVUElementaryIndex.htm

Posté par teacherscorner à 14:54 - Permalien [#]

30 janvier 2012

a link

let's start by this, this is a good link i guess, http://www.physique48.com/.

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