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Time: 60 mins Task 2: A website for young people Classroom Test No. 2 Name: 12/14 Read the text. Then complete the tasks. Do you dream about making the world a better place, but don't have enough self-confidence and are too shy to become a public figure? Are you unsure what difference you can make? Getting involved in an organization or campaign could be just what you need to break free from your limits and allow the 'hero/heroine' inside yourself to develop fully. There are so many positive effects: you'll experience deep personal happiness and learn new networking skills when you meet people who share your interests and concerns. You might even develop qualities which will help you in later life because quiet people not only make brilliant role models, but also fantastic leaders. Wondering how to get started? Below, two teenagers describe how they found their ideal projects - and how you could too. Jessica, 16, organizes 'welcome bags' for refugees When Jessica saw news reports about refugees coming to her city, she wanted them to feel welcome. She gives a very useful clue on how to get started: "I knew it was something I would feel passionate about." Her next step was to do some research: were there relevant groups in her area already, or would she...

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need to start one? Did she know anyone who could help? A teacher advised Jessica to start a project at school with some friends. The teenagers brainstormed ideas and decided to give 'welcome bags' to new refugees. Jessica emailed local shops and asked for food, clothes, toys, etc., and they were happy to get involved. "We packed hundreds of 'welcome bags' and gave them to the local refugee home." Jessica's advice: "If you can't find an organization that's doing what you want to do, start one yourself. Don't give up: there might be days when you feel down, but just do what you can, and do it with passion. Pretty soon, you'll realize that you're helping someone in a small way. And that feeling is amazing!" Dylan, 17, films anti-racism videos Dylan started by defining what issues he really cared about. "I thought about what made me angry or sad - or excited. As a passionate football player who believes in fairness and equality for all, I decided to get involved in a campaign to stop racism in football." Again, it is important to do your homework before you start: "I did some research online and talked to my football coach. He suggested contacting an international organization that needed volunteers in my area." However, Dylan quickly realized that this wasn't the best group for him. "They were looking for someone to go out and speak in public, but I was too shy to do that." In the end, Dylan used his talents: filming and editing. "I found a smaller, local group that needed someone to make videos of their flashmobs and events. I was much happier behind the camera, so that's what I'm doing now." Dylan's advice: "Some people will tell you to just keep going and not give up, no matter how hard it is. But I disagree. Do what you love! You'll be more successful and help a larger number of people that way." (When he said that, he didn't know yet that only a few months later he would speak in public about filming and editing!) go together a) Tick the title which best matches the text. ● b) Answer the questions in one to ten words per bullet point (.). 1 How can shy young people take a stand? ● ● 1 Advice on anti-racist behaviour and projects 2 Two young people talking about their lives Want to change the world? Here's how to get involved! Your chance to do volunteer work and organize charity events Even if it's hard - just do it! Fighting against racism in schools an 2 What advantages are there for shy people who become active? learn new networking skills develop qualities which will help later meet people ● 3 4 ● ● 5 6 3 How did Jessica start her project? she brainstormed ideas with friends in her school, she searched on for esther ea organications with this typle, es scarched other organia 4 What did Jessica and her friends decide to do? getting it involved in organization/campaign V give 'welcome bags to new emailed local shops en for food etc. help refurges with their idea 5 What does Jessica recommend to people who can't find the right project? start one yourself bags to new refugees. 6 What was Dylan's motivation to become a campaigner? stop racism in football 7 Why didn't Dylan join the international organization his coach suggested? because he was too shy to talk in public 11 113 8 What did Dylan like about the small local group? he could use his talents, make videos. 9 What does Dylan tell people who are in a similar situation to him? people should do what they love c) Reflect on a project in which you would like to get involved or which you would like to start. Think about why the project is important to you and the community, and which qualities you need for it. Write a text of at least 200 words. 12/16 Task 3: Phrasal verbs Use a word from each box and fill in the gaps. Use a different verb for each sentence. You can use the words in the box on the right more than once. You do not need all the words. appeal back call discriminate make. prefer reduce reflect show wink ● . Example: We need to reflect on our use of cars for short trips. with at 1 I am sure that boy is flirting with you. Can't you see him 2 Unfortunately, some people still discriminal against gay people. show up 3 I invited you to my party, and I want you to 4 reflect back up You should really 5 I don't want to travel to the desert. It just doesn't soon. at against by for in on over to up ● • • help! 7 Don't believe a word he says. Tom likes to 8 I think they are going to reduce 6 Two cars have crashed and one of the drivers is injured - we need to the information on your computer every week. appeal for to me. 1 call make up you? the price_ for I 1 stories. by over less than £100 | to 2.1 b: in this kind of I'm so sorry to hear that! voc binationalities. voc t unclear voc voc /sr voll or nation were Voc sp sp/voc Although doesn't really work here Voc sp gr Voc Racism is everywhere In Germany Vare already mary groups or organizations, a that fight against racism. Racism is look different everywhere when you you we will be could be a victim of racism. splgr () I For racist are Not only your Shincoloor can be a reason to be discriminated also religions. a victim of racism. I would like to get involved on a hind of this project, because was often a viction of prejudies. Thats one of many reasons to p fight against racism. (Alltough) I like to speak in plo public and went often to demonstrations. against racism with my family or with friends. The qualities Vare not to be shy I You need an opiniony must be informated about you topic to have a voice. You should never judge a person by her shincolour, nation, religion or other things, because and

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Time: 60 mins Task 2: A website for young people Classroom Test No. 2 Name: 12/14 Read the text. Then complete the tasks. Do you dream about making the world a better place, but don't have enough self-confidence and are too shy to become a public figure? Are you unsure what difference you can make? Getting involved in an organization or campaign could be just what you need to break free from your limits and allow the 'hero/heroine' inside yourself to develop fully. There are so many positive effects: you'll experience deep personal happiness and learn new networking skills when you meet people who share your interests and concerns. You might even develop qualities which will help you in later life because quiet people not only make brilliant role models, but also fantastic leaders. Wondering how to get started? Below, two teenagers describe how they found their ideal projects - and how you could too. Jessica, 16, organizes 'welcome bags' for refugees When Jessica saw news reports about refugees coming to her city, she wanted them to feel welcome. She gives a very useful clue on how to get started: "I knew it was something I would feel passionate about." Her next step was to do some research: were there relevant groups in her area already, or would she...

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need to start one? Did she know anyone who could help? A teacher advised Jessica to start a project at school with some friends. The teenagers brainstormed ideas and decided to give 'welcome bags' to new refugees. Jessica emailed local shops and asked for food, clothes, toys, etc., and they were happy to get involved. "We packed hundreds of 'welcome bags' and gave them to the local refugee home." Jessica's advice: "If you can't find an organization that's doing what you want to do, start one yourself. Don't give up: there might be days when you feel down, but just do what you can, and do it with passion. Pretty soon, you'll realize that you're helping someone in a small way. And that feeling is amazing!" Dylan, 17, films anti-racism videos Dylan started by defining what issues he really cared about. "I thought about what made me angry or sad - or excited. As a passionate football player who believes in fairness and equality for all, I decided to get involved in a campaign to stop racism in football." Again, it is important to do your homework before you start: "I did some research online and talked to my football coach. He suggested contacting an international organization that needed volunteers in my area." However, Dylan quickly realized that this wasn't the best group for him. "They were looking for someone to go out and speak in public, but I was too shy to do that." In the end, Dylan used his talents: filming and editing. "I found a smaller, local group that needed someone to make videos of their flashmobs and events. I was much happier behind the camera, so that's what I'm doing now." Dylan's advice: "Some people will tell you to just keep going and not give up, no matter how hard it is. But I disagree. Do what you love! You'll be more successful and help a larger number of people that way." (When he said that, he didn't know yet that only a few months later he would speak in public about filming and editing!) go together a) Tick the title which best matches the text. ● b) Answer the questions in one to ten words per bullet point (.). 1 How can shy young people take a stand? ● ● 1 Advice on anti-racist behaviour and projects 2 Two young people talking about their lives Want to change the world? Here's how to get involved! Your chance to do volunteer work and organize charity events Even if it's hard - just do it! Fighting against racism in schools an 2 What advantages are there for shy people who become active? learn new networking skills develop qualities which will help later meet people ● 3 4 ● ● 5 6 3 How did Jessica start her project? she brainstormed ideas with friends in her school, she searched on for esther ea organications with this typle, es scarched other organia 4 What did Jessica and her friends decide to do? getting it involved in organization/campaign V give 'welcome bags to new emailed local shops en for food etc. help refurges with their idea 5 What does Jessica recommend to people who can't find the right project? start one yourself bags to new refugees. 6 What was Dylan's motivation to become a campaigner? stop racism in football 7 Why didn't Dylan join the international organization his coach suggested? because he was too shy to talk in public 11 113 8 What did Dylan like about the small local group? he could use his talents, make videos. 9 What does Dylan tell people who are in a similar situation to him? people should do what they love c) Reflect on a project in which you would like to get involved or which you would like to start. Think about why the project is important to you and the community, and which qualities you need for it. Write a text of at least 200 words. 12/16 Task 3: Phrasal verbs Use a word from each box and fill in the gaps. Use a different verb for each sentence. You can use the words in the box on the right more than once. You do not need all the words. appeal back call discriminate make. prefer reduce reflect show wink ● . Example: We need to reflect on our use of cars for short trips. with at 1 I am sure that boy is flirting with you. Can't you see him 2 Unfortunately, some people still discriminal against gay people. show up 3 I invited you to my party, and I want you to 4 reflect back up You should really 5 I don't want to travel to the desert. It just doesn't soon. at against by for in on over to up ● • • help! 7 Don't believe a word he says. Tom likes to 8 I think they are going to reduce 6 Two cars have crashed and one of the drivers is injured - we need to the information on your computer every week. appeal for to me. 1 call make up you? the price_ for I 1 stories. by over less than £100 | to 2.1 b: in this kind of I'm so sorry to hear that! voc binationalities. voc t unclear voc voc /sr voll or nation were Voc sp sp/voc Although doesn't really work here Voc sp gr Voc Racism is everywhere In Germany Vare already mary groups or organizations, a that fight against racism. Racism is look different everywhere when you you we will be could be a victim of racism. splgr () I For racist are Not only your Shincoloor can be a reason to be discriminated also religions. a victim of racism. I would like to get involved on a hind of this project, because was often a viction of prejudies. Thats one of many reasons to p fight against racism. (Alltough) I like to speak in plo public and went often to demonstrations. against racism with my family or with friends. The qualities Vare not to be shy I You need an opiniony must be informated about you topic to have a voice. You should never judge a person by her shincolour, nation, religion or other things, because and