Compréhension de l’écrit10 pts
Doc. 1Sport and Charity
1Doc. 1. Complete the sentence with the right answer.
This document is:
a. an article from a website.
b. an extract from a newspaper article.
c. an advert for the All Blacks rugby team.
2Doc. 1. Find a quotation in the text that explains the mission of UNICEF. Indicate the line numbers.
3Doc. 1. What organisation does UNICEF collaborate with?
4Doc. 1. Find the correct answer.
a. New Zealand Rugby will help UNICEF.
b. The All Blacks will help New Zealand Rugby.
c. UNICEF will help international sports.
5Doc. 1. True or false? Justify by quoting from the text. Give the line numbers.
a. Sport is a means to help underprivileged children.
b. Both UNICEF and NZR have the same point of view regarding sport.
c. The rugby teams do not really try to help people after the game is over.
6Doc. 1. Find four benefits of sports for children and people in general. Give the line numbers.
7Doc. 2. Choose the right answer.
a. This document is:
1) a testimony given by an adult on a website.
2) a newspaper article on mentoring.
3) an extract from a child’s diary.
b. Karen’s role is:
1) to help children and young people to grow.
2) to be a substitute parent for children and young people.
3) to be a substitute teacher for children and young people.
8Doc. 2. True or false? Justify by quoting from the text and give the line number.
a. Being a mentor is not Karen’s personal choice.
b. Children can discover new activities with their mentors.
c. Taking part in this program makes children feel better.
d. Some parents can’t spend enough time with their children.
9Doc. 2. Choose 3 adjectives that best describe Karen’s state of mind.
useless / helpful / caring / doubtful / satisfied / disappointed
10Doc. 2. Choose the best title and justify by quoting from the text.
a. Mentoring as a way to meet new people.
b. Working with children as a job.
c. Personal fulfillment thanks to mentoring.
11Doc 1. et 2. Choose the title which best sums up the two texts.
a. Raising international awareness about children’s living conditions.
b. Helping children to have successful careers.
c. Making a difference in children’s lives.