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Class test #2: Unit 2 (English Yr. 10. Name: Punkte: 51,5 61,583 % Note: 2 1 LISTENING - AN AUDIO GUIDE Read the task. Then listen to the text and tick the correct ending. 1 The cell technology that was used in mobile phones 2 In 1908 people started to do experiments with radio phones 3 The mobile phones used in the early 1980s 4 The digital technology in the 1990s made mobile phones Datum: 18th November 201 5 Since the mid 2000s mobile phones have not only been used for making phone calls but also a) was developed in the last decade. b) was successful in cars too. c) was invented in the 1940s. d) has been used for the past twenty years. a) in cars and on ships. b) in planes. c) on trains and buses. d) on boats. a) were installed on ships. b) needed a lot of batteries. c) were cheap. d) were as big as a briefcase. a) cheaper and lighter. b) lighter and bigger. c) quicker and more reliable. d) more fashionable and lighter. a) for sending text messages and playing games. b) for checking e-mails and for instant messaging. c) for checking e-mails and taking photos. d) for playing games and taking photos. 6 The fourth generation has only just a) will be even faster and better on come on the market. These the internet. mobile phones b) will send text messages much faster. c) will be much more expensive. d) will allow...

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you to watch videos. X X X X X X Points 6/6 1) Read the text. Find the missing information. Write down short answers. Teenagers and technology 1 Teenagers owning a mobile phone (in %) 2 Name six things teenagers do with their mobile phones 3 Number of text messages Philippa gets per day 4 Name three reasons for texting mentioned in the text 5 Busiest times for using Facebook 6 Worst thing that happened to Philippa on Facebook 75% of all teenagers ADOOS JOOS (58% of 12-year-olds) 1 send and receive texts (good) (80%) 2 take pictures listen to music (60%) (46%) (32%) 3 4 play games 5 Swap videos 6 Use social networking sites (73%) She sends probably about 30 text messages and receives 30 text messages Points/3/14 1 calls are expensive (can't make them in class) f. 2 talk about parties. 3 about meeting up after school can have 1 shats 2 en gradime Ground nine or ten in the evening someone posted a right are really dreadful picture of her, with an double chin. 3 VOCABULARY What do you remember? Fill in the gaps. The topic of Unit 2 is the world we live in. At the beginning of the advertisements unit, we spoke about different adverbs that show the negative effects of human behaviour or certain companies on the planet. Topics of these effects Child labour meat industry and overfishing waste After that we examined where our electronic appliances goes. We looked at a place called Agbogbloshie, which is a huge landfile/dump dismental ewaste search or were metals. It is a hazardous place because of all the trash in the air and the. fossil fuels To look into this issue a little closer, we analysed our personal footprint. Every time we turn on the heating, watch TV, have a bath or take the bus, we produce Co₂ (carbon dioxide and our footprint gets bigger. The result of this is climate change Ice caps melt, weather gets more extreme and humans and animals suffer. carbon for all sorts of scrap. People here the scraps into their components and sell the F.CO₂ funs One idea to stop this is the introduction of carbon cards in the novel "The Carbon Diaries 2015". But is this really our future? Other ways to stop the earth from dying are using less plastic using less the card ne don't fly with the plain on the floor. ints 4,58,5 f. ✓ f. f. f. f. SP. 4 MEDIATION - Stadtrad Hamburg Der amerikanische Austauschschüler Sam an deiner Schule möchte nach Hamburg fahren. Er hat gehört, dass man dort sehr leicht Fahrräder ausleihen kann. Du hast deine Tante, die in Hamburg lebt, gebeten, dir zu schreiben, wie das funktioniert. Ihre Antwort kam auf Deutsch. Erkläre dem Austauschschüler auf Englisch: To: Cc: Subject: wie die Räder aussehen und wo man sie findet wie abgerechnet wird wie das Ausleihen und die Rückgabe funktionieren [email protected] Stadtrad Hamburg Hallo Chris, ich habe heute herausgefunden, wie das mit den Leihfahrrädern in Hamburg funktioniert: Es gibt ca. 70 Leihstationen über Hamburg verteilt. Eine ist direkt am Hauptbahnhof. Die Fahrräder sind gut zu erkennen, weil sie alle rot lackiert sind. Die ersten 30 Minuten sind kostenlos, dann wird im Minutentakt abgerechnet. Die Minute kostet zwischen 4 und 8 Cent. Zum Ausleihen muss man durch Berühren den Touchscreen an der Station aktivieren und sich mit einer EC- oder Kreditkarte identifizieren. Dann wählt man die Anzahl der Fahrräder, die man leihen möchte, indem man die angezeigten Fahrradnummern aktiviert. Anschließend erhält man einen Öffnungscode, den man ins Display des entsprechenden Fahrradschlosses eingibt². Dann kann man losfahren. Die Rückgabe ist genauso einfach. Man schließt das Fahrrad an einer Station an und drückt den Knopf am Fahrradschloss. Dann wird ein Quittungscode angezeigt, den man zusammen mit der Fahrradnummer eingeben muss. So erfährt man, wie viel man bezahlen muss. Liebe Grüße! Tante Petra Hello Sam, Points^^/^^ things O My aunt wrote me things t severrote me that will help you. At first they are 70 rental stations all over Hamburg. One rental station is next to the train station. The bikes have (thirty) a red colour, so you can find them so you can find them easily. The first thich minutes are free and then every minute costs between four and eight cents. To rent a bike, you have to touch the screen on the rental station and then you have to verify it with an EC- or credit card. next you chose the amount of bikes you want. To do that you have to activate the numbers from the bike. Then you get on code. You have to type the code into the bike: When you take it back, ex you have to put the bike to a rental station again, and the ex you press the bottom at the bike! If you did this you Vsinceresfully, chris. gr get an receive receipt code. Totoo You have to type this code gr with the number of the bike. At the end, you know how much you have to pay x 5 WRITING - The Green Garbage Project Think about the outline of a written discussion and write a text of about 200 words about the statement: "I don't believe in the recycling of garbage as I don't think it will help us to save the planet." pro -produce less garbage - we don't need much plastic bags - using cotton bags -opes aniseals t their Kalai con: -a plastic bag will be broken after a time costs free time - it - animals are dying melting The Green Garbage Project Animals are dying or losing their habitats. People will loose their homes because of the CO₂ that we produce. Everyone uses plastic bags one time but we can use them more than once. The climate will be higher too, if we do nothing to save the planet. So today, i'm writing about the statement.,, I don't believe in the recycling of garbage as I don't think it will help us to save the planet". fr ex wouldn't At first, if we recycling things, it with ot be so much better. fr trecca For example, a plastic bag can be broken after a time. So we would throw it into the garbage. It's not important if we use it one than more time because in the end, we throw it w.o. into the garbage. Another thing is that it costs free time to recycle everything. Not everyone will do that only for garbage because they are a couch potatoes They prefere to do fr sp things that they like. Butlid We can help the planet by using less the car or eating meat mayber twice a week. Jo. V • I mean we can do so much other things to save the planet. Bate the other hand. At the other side, if we it e c recycling the garbage, we produce less of them. Because for fr all the plastic lands into the ocean. Voc.

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Class test #2: Unit 2 (English Yr. 10. Name: Punkte: 51,5 61,583 % Note: 2 1 LISTENING - AN AUDIO GUIDE Read the task. Then listen to the text and tick the correct ending. 1 The cell technology that was used in mobile phones 2 In 1908 people started to do experiments with radio phones 3 The mobile phones used in the early 1980s 4 The digital technology in the 1990s made mobile phones Datum: 18th November 201 5 Since the mid 2000s mobile phones have not only been used for making phone calls but also a) was developed in the last decade. b) was successful in cars too. c) was invented in the 1940s. d) has been used for the past twenty years. a) in cars and on ships. b) in planes. c) on trains and buses. d) on boats. a) were installed on ships. b) needed a lot of batteries. c) were cheap. d) were as big as a briefcase. a) cheaper and lighter. b) lighter and bigger. c) quicker and more reliable. d) more fashionable and lighter. a) for sending text messages and playing games. b) for checking e-mails and for instant messaging. c) for checking e-mails and taking photos. d) for playing games and taking photos. 6 The fourth generation has only just a) will be even faster and better on come on the market. These the internet. mobile phones b) will send text messages much faster. c) will be much more expensive. d) will allow...

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you to watch videos. X X X X X X Points 6/6 1) Read the text. Find the missing information. Write down short answers. Teenagers and technology 1 Teenagers owning a mobile phone (in %) 2 Name six things teenagers do with their mobile phones 3 Number of text messages Philippa gets per day 4 Name three reasons for texting mentioned in the text 5 Busiest times for using Facebook 6 Worst thing that happened to Philippa on Facebook 75% of all teenagers ADOOS JOOS (58% of 12-year-olds) 1 send and receive texts (good) (80%) 2 take pictures listen to music (60%) (46%) (32%) 3 4 play games 5 Swap videos 6 Use social networking sites (73%) She sends probably about 30 text messages and receives 30 text messages Points/3/14 1 calls are expensive (can't make them in class) f. 2 talk about parties. 3 about meeting up after school can have 1 shats 2 en gradime Ground nine or ten in the evening someone posted a right are really dreadful picture of her, with an double chin. 3 VOCABULARY What do you remember? Fill in the gaps. The topic of Unit 2 is the world we live in. At the beginning of the advertisements unit, we spoke about different adverbs that show the negative effects of human behaviour or certain companies on the planet. Topics of these effects Child labour meat industry and overfishing waste After that we examined where our electronic appliances goes. We looked at a place called Agbogbloshie, which is a huge landfile/dump dismental ewaste search or were metals. It is a hazardous place because of all the trash in the air and the. fossil fuels To look into this issue a little closer, we analysed our personal footprint. Every time we turn on the heating, watch TV, have a bath or take the bus, we produce Co₂ (carbon dioxide and our footprint gets bigger. The result of this is climate change Ice caps melt, weather gets more extreme and humans and animals suffer. carbon for all sorts of scrap. People here the scraps into their components and sell the F.CO₂ funs One idea to stop this is the introduction of carbon cards in the novel "The Carbon Diaries 2015". But is this really our future? Other ways to stop the earth from dying are using less plastic using less the card ne don't fly with the plain on the floor. ints 4,58,5 f. ✓ f. f. f. f. SP. 4 MEDIATION - Stadtrad Hamburg Der amerikanische Austauschschüler Sam an deiner Schule möchte nach Hamburg fahren. Er hat gehört, dass man dort sehr leicht Fahrräder ausleihen kann. Du hast deine Tante, die in Hamburg lebt, gebeten, dir zu schreiben, wie das funktioniert. Ihre Antwort kam auf Deutsch. Erkläre dem Austauschschüler auf Englisch: To: Cc: Subject: wie die Räder aussehen und wo man sie findet wie abgerechnet wird wie das Ausleihen und die Rückgabe funktionieren [email protected] Stadtrad Hamburg Hallo Chris, ich habe heute herausgefunden, wie das mit den Leihfahrrädern in Hamburg funktioniert: Es gibt ca. 70 Leihstationen über Hamburg verteilt. Eine ist direkt am Hauptbahnhof. Die Fahrräder sind gut zu erkennen, weil sie alle rot lackiert sind. Die ersten 30 Minuten sind kostenlos, dann wird im Minutentakt abgerechnet. Die Minute kostet zwischen 4 und 8 Cent. Zum Ausleihen muss man durch Berühren den Touchscreen an der Station aktivieren und sich mit einer EC- oder Kreditkarte identifizieren. Dann wählt man die Anzahl der Fahrräder, die man leihen möchte, indem man die angezeigten Fahrradnummern aktiviert. Anschließend erhält man einen Öffnungscode, den man ins Display des entsprechenden Fahrradschlosses eingibt². Dann kann man losfahren. Die Rückgabe ist genauso einfach. Man schließt das Fahrrad an einer Station an und drückt den Knopf am Fahrradschloss. Dann wird ein Quittungscode angezeigt, den man zusammen mit der Fahrradnummer eingeben muss. So erfährt man, wie viel man bezahlen muss. Liebe Grüße! Tante Petra Hello Sam, Points^^/^^ things O My aunt wrote me things t severrote me that will help you. At first they are 70 rental stations all over Hamburg. One rental station is next to the train station. The bikes have (thirty) a red colour, so you can find them so you can find them easily. The first thich minutes are free and then every minute costs between four and eight cents. To rent a bike, you have to touch the screen on the rental station and then you have to verify it with an EC- or credit card. next you chose the amount of bikes you want. To do that you have to activate the numbers from the bike. Then you get on code. You have to type the code into the bike: When you take it back, ex you have to put the bike to a rental station again, and the ex you press the bottom at the bike! If you did this you Vsinceresfully, chris. gr get an receive receipt code. Totoo You have to type this code gr with the number of the bike. At the end, you know how much you have to pay x 5 WRITING - The Green Garbage Project Think about the outline of a written discussion and write a text of about 200 words about the statement: "I don't believe in the recycling of garbage as I don't think it will help us to save the planet." pro -produce less garbage - we don't need much plastic bags - using cotton bags -opes aniseals t their Kalai con: -a plastic bag will be broken after a time costs free time - it - animals are dying melting The Green Garbage Project Animals are dying or losing their habitats. People will loose their homes because of the CO₂ that we produce. Everyone uses plastic bags one time but we can use them more than once. The climate will be higher too, if we do nothing to save the planet. So today, i'm writing about the statement.,, I don't believe in the recycling of garbage as I don't think it will help us to save the planet". fr ex wouldn't At first, if we recycling things, it with ot be so much better. fr trecca For example, a plastic bag can be broken after a time. So we would throw it into the garbage. It's not important if we use it one than more time because in the end, we throw it w.o. into the garbage. Another thing is that it costs free time to recycle everything. Not everyone will do that only for garbage because they are a couch potatoes They prefere to do fr sp things that they like. Butlid We can help the planet by using less the car or eating meat mayber twice a week. Jo. V • I mean we can do so much other things to save the planet. Bate the other hand. At the other side, if we it e c recycling the garbage, we produce less of them. Because for fr all the plastic lands into the ocean. Voc.