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مُساهمةموضوع: مواصفات امتحان اللغة الإنجليزية 2009/2010 لجميع المراحل   الأربعاء 25 نوفمبر 2009, 11:01 pm

Ministry of Education ثالثة ابتدائى

ELT Counsellor’s Office
Specifications for Third Year Primary Examination 2009-2010


English for 1st & 2nd Terms 50 Marks Time: 1½ Hours


A. Reading (25 Marks)


1- Read and match:

Pupils are given (6) words (Column A) and (5) pictures (Column B). Pupils match the words with the pictures. (10 Marks. 2 marks each )

2-Look at the pictures, read the sentences and circle Yes or No.

Pupils have to look at ( 5 ) pictures with ( 5 ) sentences and have to write Yes or No.

(15 Marks. 3 marks each)
B. Writing (25 Marks)


3-Look and write(10 marks)

Pupils are given (4) pictures and (4) words with two missing letters in each word.

Pupils write the missing letters . (10 Marks — 2½ marks each)

4-Look and write(10 marks)

Pupils are given (4) pictures. Pupils write the words for them.

(10 Marks - 2½ mark each)

5- Copy the following sentence in good handwriting. (5 Marks)

Pupils are asked to copy a sentence of not more than eight words.




Ministry of Education رابعة ابتدائى

ELT Counsellor’s Office

Specifications for Fourth Year Primary Examination 2009-2010

English 50 marks Time : 1 ½Hours
A . Reading(24 Marks)


1-Read and circle the odd one out: (12 Marks)

Pupils are given four (4) sets of words, each of four words. They circle the word that doesn’t belong to each set. (3 marks each )

2-Read and match the words with the numbers: (12 Marks)

Pupils are asked to match four words with their numbers. (3 marks each)
B. Writing (26 Marks)


3-Rearrange the following words to make meaningful sentences: ( 9 Marks)

Pupils are given three (3) sets of jumbled words of not more than five (5)words each. Pupils are asked to write the words in the correct order beginning with the underlined word, to make meaningful sentences. (3 marks each)

4-Look at the pictures and write the missing word in each sentence: (8 Marks )

Pupils are given four (4) pictures . A sentence with one (1) missing word is provided under each picture . Pupils are asked to look at each picture and write the missing word.

(2 marks each)

5-Punctuate the following sentence ( 4 marks)

A sentence of about six (6) words, without four (4) punctuation marks is given. Pupils are asked to punctuate the sentence correctly. (1 mark each)

6-Copy the following sentence: (5 Mark s)

Pupils are asked to copy a sentence of about eight (Cool words



Ministry of Education خامسة ابتدائى

ELT Counselor’s Office
Specifications for Fifth Year Primary Examination 2008/2009


English 50 marks Time: 1½Hours
A. Reading Comprehension (20 Marks)


3- Read and circle the odd one out: (8 Marks)

Pupils are given four (4) varied sets of words, each of four (4) words. They circle the word that doesn’t belong to each set. (2 marks each)

4- Match the questions with the answers: (4 Marks)

Four (4) Wh and Yes/No questions and five (5)answers are provided. Pupils are asked to match each question with its correct answer. (1 mark each)

5- a-Read and choose a, b, or c: (8 Marks)

A text (unseen in the Set Books) of not more than 40 words is provided. All words and structures in the text should be from the set books. Pupils are asked to answer 4 MC questions with 3 options each. (2 marks each)

OR

b-Read and put a ( √ )or (x): (4 Marks)

A text (unseen in the Books) of not more than 40 words is provided. All words and structures in the text should be from the set books. Pupils are asked to answer four(4) true or false items based on the text. (One mark each)

The questions should test the following reading comprehension skills:

* extracting information * giving the main idea
C. Writing ( 30 Marks)


6- Finish the sentences with words from the list: (12 Marks)

Pupils are given four (4) separate varied sentences with four (4) deletions in the sentences with words from a list of 5 words. (3 marks each)

7- Rearrange the following words to make meaningful sentences: (12 Marks)

Pupils are given four (4) sets of jumbled words of not more than five (5)words each. Pupils are asked to write the words in the correct order beginning with the underlined word. (3 marks each)

8- Punctuate the following sentence: (4 Marks)

A sentence of about six (6) words, without four (4) punctuation marks is given. Pupils are asked to punctuate the sentence correctly.

9-Copy the following sentence: (2 marks)

Pupils are asked to copy a sentence of about eight (Cool words.


























Ministry of Educationسادسة ابتدائي

ELT Counsellor’s Office
Specifications for Sixth Year Primary Certificate Examination 2009-2010


English Time: 1 ½ Hours
A-Language Functions (11 Marks)


1- Finish the following dialogue with these words: (6 Marks)

A dialogue, similar to the types of the Set Books, with three (3) deletions is provided. Pupils are asked to fill in the deletions with key words from a list of Four (4) words. (2 marks each)

2-Choose the correct answer from a. b. or c (5 Marks)

Two (2) mini-dialogues are provided. In the first, the response is deleted, and, in the second the stimulus is deleted. Pupils are required to choose the correct answer out of the three (3) options given in each item. (2½ marks each)
B-Reading Comprehension (18 Marks)


3-Read and match: (10 Marks)

Pupils are asked to match four (4) parts of sentences, words and opposites, or questions and answers (4 items in column A and 5 items in column B). (2½ marks each)

4-Read the following then answer the questions: (8 Marks)

A text of about Fifty (50) words is provided. Most words and all structures in the text should be from the Set Books. Pupils are asked to answer two (2) open-ended questions and two (2) MC questions with three (3) options each. (2 marks each)

The questions should test the following reading comprehension skills:

* extracting information

* giving the main idea

* understanding reference
C-Usage & Writing (21Marks)


5-Choose the correct answer from a. b. or c : (9 Marks)

Six (6) MC items (3 vocabulary & 3 structure) based on the material in the Set Books are provided. Pupils are required to choose the correct answer out of the three options given in each item. (1½ mark each)

6- Look at the following pictures. then write a sentence describing each: (6 Marks)

Three (3) clear and expressive pictures are provided. Pupils are asked to write one meaningful sentence describing each picture. (2 marks each)

D-Punctuation and Handwriting (6 Marks)


7- Punctuate the following sentence: (4 Marks)

A sentence of about Seven (7) words, without Four (4) punctuation marks, is provided. The pupils are required to punctuate the sentence correctly. (1 mark each)

8- Copy the following sentence: (2 marks)

The pupils are asked to copy a sentence of about Ten (10) words.
( Total : 25 Marks for each term )













Ministry of Education ELT Counsellor’s Officeاولى اعدادى

Specifications for First Year Preparatory Promotion Examination 2009-2010

English Time: 1½ Hours
A Language Functions (12 Marks)


1-Finish the following dialogue with these words: (8 marks)

A dialogue with four (4) deletions is provided. The students are asked to fill in the deletions with key words from a list of five (5) words. (2 marks each)

2-Supply the missing parts in the following two mini-dialogues: (4 marks)

Two (2) mini-dialogues are provided. In the first the response is deleted. In the second the
stimulus is deleted. The students are required to supply the correct language form in each
mini-dialogue. (2 marks each)
B-Reading Comprehension (20 Marks)


3-Read and match: (10 marks)
Students are asked to match five (5) parts of sentences based on the material in the Set Books.
(5items in column A and 6 items in column B) ( 2 marks each)
4-Read the following, then answer the questions: (10 marks)


A text of about sixty (60) words is provided. This can be a short story, a factual text, a

timetable or a letter. Most lexical items and all structures in the text should be from the

Set Books. The students are required to answer two (2) open-ended questions (One mark

each)and three (3) multiple-choice questions with thee options each(2 marks each).

These questions should test the following reading comprehension skills:

• extracting information • giving the main idea

• understanding reference • guessing the meaning of vocabulary in context
C Usage & Writing (17 Marks)


5-Choose the correct answer from a, b, or c: (8 marks)

Eight (Cool multiple-choice items (4 vocabulary & 4 structure) based on the Set Books are provided. The students are asked to choose the correct answer from the three (3) options given. (2 marks each)

6-Read and correct the underlined words: (4½ marks)

Three (3) sentences, with an underlined error in each, are provided. The students are required to correct the error in each sentence. (1 ½ marks each)

7-Look at the picture and write three more sentences: (4½ marks)

A clear expressive picture is provided. The first sentence is provided in fill. The students are asked to write three complete sentences bearing on the picture with the help of given clues (a word for each sentence). (1 ½ mark each)
D-Punctuation (1 Mark)


8-Punctuate the following sentence: (1 mark)

A sentence of about ten (10) words, without four (4) different punctuation marks, is provided.

The students are asked to punctuate the sentence correctly. ( ¼ mark each)















Ministry of Education ثانية اعدادى

ELT Counsellor’s Office

Specifications for Second Year Preparatory Promotion Examination 2009-2010

English Time: 1½ Hours
A-Language Functions (12 Marks)


1-Finish the following dialogue: (8 marks)

A dialogue with four (4) deletions is provided. The students are asked to fill in the deletions with words, phrases, questions and/or sentences. The situation in which the dialogue takes place is described briefly, but clearly. The first exchange should be in full. (2 marks each)

2-Supply the missing parts in the following two mini-dialogues: (4 marks)

Two (2) mini-dialogues are provided. The situation in each is described briefly, but clearly. In the first the response is deleted. In the second the stimulus is deleted. The students are required to supply the correct language form in each mini-dialogue. (2 marks each)
B-Reading Comprehension (15 Marks)


3-Read and match: (5 marks)

Students are asked to match five (5)parts of sentences, meanings, or questions and answers, based on the material in the Set Books.(5 items in column A and 6 items in column B.) (One mark each)

4-Read the following, then answer the questions: (10 marks)

A text of about eighty (80) words is provided. This can be a short story, a factual text, a timetable or a letter. Most lexical items and all structures in the text should be from the Set Books. The students are required to answer two (2) open-ended questions and three (3) multiple-choice questions with four (4) options each. These questions should test the following reading comprehension skills:

• extracting information • giving the main idea

• understanding reference • guessing the meaning of vocabulary in context

(Two marks for each question)
C-Usage & Writing (15 Marks)


5-Choose the correct answer from a, b, c or d: (8 marks)

Eight (Cool multiple-choice items (4 vocabulary & 4 structure) based on the Set Books are provided. The students are asked to choose the correct answer from the four (4) options given. (1 mark each)

7-Read and correct the underlined words: ( 8 marks)

Four (4) sentences, with an underlined en-or in each, are provided. The students are required to correct the error in each sentence. (2 marks each)

8 Look at the picture and write a short paragraph of four (4) sentences: (5 marks)

A clear expressive picture with a title is provided. The students are given some words that

they may use. The first sentence is provided. The students are asked to write a short paragraph of four (4) sentences bearing on the picture.
D Punctuation ( 2 Marks)


9-Punctuate the following two sentences:

Two sentences of not more than ten (10) words each are provided. Each sentence is written without four (4) punctuation marks. The students are asked to punctuate each sentence correctly.

(Half a mark each)





Ministry of Educationثالثة اعدادى ELT Counsellor’s Office

Specifications for Third Year Preparatory Certificate Examination 2009-2010

English Time: 2 ½ Hours
A Language Functions (7 Marks)


1-Finish the following dialogue:(3 Marks)

A dialogue with three (3) deletions is provided. The students are asked to fill lit the deletions with the correct language forms, related to those in the set books. The situation in which the dialogue takes place is described briefly, but clearly. The first exchange should be in full. (One mark each)

2-Write what you would say in each of the following situations: (4 Marks)

Four (4) situations are described, briefly but clearly. Students are asked to write what they would say in each situation. (One mark each)
B Reading Comprehension(14 Marks)


3- Read and match: (5Marks)

Students are asked to match five (5) parts of sentences, meanings, opposites or questions and answers, based on the material in the Set Books. (5items in column A and 6 items in column B) (Half a mark each)

4- Read the following, then answer the questions: (9 Marks)

A text (unseen in the Set Books) of about one hundred and twenty (120) words is provided.

This can be a short story, a factual text, a table or a letter. Most lexical items and all structures in the text should be from the Set Books.

The students are required to answer three (3) open-ended questions and three (3) multiple-choice questions with four (4) options each. These questions should test the following reading comprehension skills:

* extracting information * giving the main idea

* understanding reference * guessing the meaning of vocabulary in context

(One and a half marks for each question).
C-Usage & Writing (13 Marks)


5- Choose the correct answer from a. b. c or (4 Marks)

Eight (Cool varied multiple-choice items (4 vocabulary & 4 structure) based on the Set Books are provided. The students are asked to choose the ‘correct answer from the four (4) options given. (Half a mark each)

7-Read and correct the underlined words: (4 marks)

Four (4) sentences, with an underlined error in each, are provided. Students are required to correct the error in each sentence. All lexical items and structures should be from the Set Books.

8-a-Write a paragraph of five (5) sentences on: (5Marks)

Students are asked to write a paragraph of five (5) sentences using the information given

in a table , form, key words, guiding points or instructions. (One mark each) OR

b-Write a letter / an e-mail to....

Students are asked to write a friendly or family letter or an e-mail using the information provided.
D- The Reader (6 Marks)


9- a Answer the following questions : (2 open-ended questions) (4 Marks)

Students are asked to answer 1 open-ended question. (4 marks each)

b Complete the following to make meaningful sentences: (Two completion items)

Students are asked to answer 1 question only. (2 Marks)

( Total : 40 ÷ 2 = 20 Marks for each term )



ELT Counsellor’s Office اولى ثانوى

Specifications for
First Year Secondary (Promotion Examination) 2009 - 2010


English: (First Foreign Language) (Time: 3 Hours)

A-Language Functions (8marks)


1-Finish the following dialogue: (4 Marks)

A dialogue with Four (4) deletions is provided. The topic of the dialogue should be related to the students' everyday life, interests, hobbies, events and so on.... The situation in which the dialogue takes place is described briefly but clearly. The students are required to fill in the deletions with the appropriate language forms. (one mark each)

2-Write what you would say in each of the following situations: (4 Marks)

Four (4) situations are described briefly but clearly. The students are asked to write the appropriate language form they would say in each situation. (One mark each)
B-Vocabulary and Structure (16 Marks)


3 Choose the correct answer from a, b, c or d: (10 Marks)

Ten (10) multiple-choice items (5 vocabulary and 5 structure) based on the Set Books are provided. (Half a mark each)

4-Read the text below, then write the word which best fits each space: (6 Marks)

A text of about Seventy (70) words is provided. The first sentence is written in full. Six (6)words are deleted (all vocabulary). Students are asked to write the word which best suits each space. (Half a mark each)
C -Reading Comprehension( 7 marks)


5-Read the following passage, then answer the questions: (7 Marks)

An unseen text of about 180 words is provided. This may be a story, a factual text, a letter, an e-mail or a dialogue. Most vocabulary and all structures should be from the Set Books. The students are asked to answer Four (4) open-ended questions and three (3) multiple-choice ones. (One mark each)

These questions should test the following reading comprehension skills:

• skimming and scanning;

• inference: vocabulary in context-implied meaning;

• extracting information;

• critical thinking;

• understanding reference (e.g. pronouns and other reference words); and

• expressing a personal opinion (e.g. Do you think---? Why/why not?).
D-The Novel (7 Marks)


6-Answer the following questions( 4 marks)

The students are asked to answer two questions only out of four questions

( 2 marks each):

a-four open-ended questions

b-two quotation questions with three questions based on each question( students answer one quotation only ( 3 marks )

The questions should test the students’ understanding of the plot, incidents and characters in the two short stories assigned for each term. (one mark each)
E- Writing (8 Marks)


7-a-Write a paragraph of Seven (7) Sentences about-:

The students are asked to write a paragraph of seven sentences about a topic appealing to their age, interests, likes, aspirations, etc. The title of the paragraph should be self-explanatory (i.e. easy to understand) No guidance is given.

OR

Write a letter! an e-mail to:-

The students are asked to write a personal letter or an e-mail. The topic of the letter/

e-mail should be self-explanatory (i.e. easy to understand). The name of the sender and addressee should be mentioned.
8-F-Translation (4 Marks)


a-Translate into Arabic: (2Marks)

Two (2) separate, short meaningful sentences are provided. Students are asked to translate them from English into Arabic.

Translate into English (2 Marks)

One short meaningful sentence is provided. Students are asked to translate it from Arabic into English.

The translation question aims at testing the students’ awareness of the areas of conflict between the mother tongue and target language.

(Total: 50 x 4 =20 Marks for each term)


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