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الموضوع رقم (01) لتحضير امتحان البكالوريا
الشعبة :  :آداب وفلسفة                                                                             المادة : انجليزية
Part One: READING                                                                                                             (15 points)
A) COMPREHENSION                                                                                                            (07 points)
                                 Read the text carefully and do the activities.   
Ancient Greece is the homeland of the Greek civilization that flourished between 800-300 BC. It spread by Greek settlement across the Mediterranean (1050-500 BC) and then across Asia to north-western India through the conquests of Alexander the Great in the 4th century BC. Until about 500 BC, its main centres were the Greek cities on the western coast of Asia and the larger islands of the Aegean Sea. From 600 BC onward it was the mainland city of Athens that was the hub of the Greek world. In these two focal points of Greek civilisation there developed democracy and philosophy, athletics, the theatre, tragedy and comedy, ideas of freedom and autonomy, and the practice of politics.
This civilisation arose within the framework of a basic social unit, the polis (literally ‘’city’’), which was not so much a town or city state as a citizen-community. It becomes accessible to us when writings survive from it, first in the epic poems of Homer (written probably in the mid-8th century BC). The polis arose in Greece in the 8th century BC and was certainly established by 735 BC. By 800-750 BC, Greeks had also invented an alphabet and begun to be literate. However, both of these fundamental changes occurred late in the history of Greek as a language and of Greek-speakers as settlers in Greece. Their earlier history goes back another 1,000 years or so, and is known only through archaeology.

1-      Circle the letter that corresponds to the right answer.
The text is …   
  a) expository                b) narrative                              c) descriptive
2- Are the following statements true or false? Write ‘T’ or ‘F’ next to the letter corresponding to the statement.
       a- The Greek civilisation spread through the conquests of Alexander the Great.
       b- Athens was not an important city in the Greek world.
       c- Democracy was developed by the Greeks.
       d- The Greeks did not know writing.
3- What or who do the underlined words refer to in the text?
       a) It (§ 1 )         b) which (§ 2)       c) Their (§ 2) 
  4- Answer the following questions according to the text.
       a- What was the most important Greek city? Justify.
       b- What are the major achievements of the Greeks?
    5- Choose a title to the text.
   a- Democracy in Ancient Greece     b- The Conquests of Alexander the Great       c-The Greek Civilisation


B) TEXT EXPLORATION                                                                                                                 (08pts)
 1- Match words and definitions
WORDS
DEFINITIONS
1. Archaeology
a. The central and most important part of a particular place.
2. Civilisation
b. A state  of human society that is very developed and organized
3. Hub
c. That can be reached, entered, used, seen, etc:
4. Accessible
d. The study of cultures of the past, and of periods of history by examining the remains of buildings and objects found in the ground

2-Complete the following chart as shown in the example.
Verb
Noun
Adjective
Example:  to develop
development
developing
……………
freedom
  …………..
to invent
 ……………
……………
 ……………
……………
civilized

3- Connect each pair of sentences with the words given in brackets. Make changes where necessary.
    a- The Ancient Greeks began their history as city-states. The Ancient Romans began their history as city-states. (both …and)
    b- Rome conquered Greece. It did not destroy Greek knowledge and culture. (When)
4- Classify the following words according to the pronunciation of the final ''ed''.
                              flourished  -  occurred  -  developed  -  changed  -  invented  - settled
 / t /
/ d /
/  Id /




 5-  Fill in the gaps with words from the list below .
               their  -  gave  -  research -  creations
 The Greeks ……1……… a strong impetus to scientific ……2………, rational thinking, mythology and artistic ……3……. In ……4……. Wisdom, they went as far as using sport as a channel through which to consolidate peace and harmony among tribes and races.

PART TWO: WRITTEN EXPRESSION                                                                                         (05 pts)  
  Choose one of the following topics. 
Either topic 1:  All the civilizations that flourished in the past collapsed for one reason or another. Write a composition exposing the causes that led ancient civilizations to collapse.
       Use the following notes:     
-          External attacks / invasions
-          Internal wars / Misbehaviour of its people
-          Natural disasters / climatic changes
-          Epidemics/ diseases.
Or topic 2: Your English pen friend John/ Julia sent you a letter in which they tell you about their school, teachers and their favourite subjects. Write a reply letter, describe your school, your classroom and tell them about the subjects you like best and why.

إجابة الموضوع رقم (01) لتحضير امتحان البكالوريا
الشعبة : آداب وفلسفة                                                                      المادة : انجليزية
Model answers
Scoring scale
Détailed
Global
Part One-A/Comprehension
(7 pts)



B/ Text Exploration
  (8 pts)
1-      The text is expository
2-      a-T b-F c-T d-F
3-      a- Athens was.It was the hub of the Greek world.
b- The Greeks developed democracy and philosophy, athletics, the theatre……. practice of politics. They invented an alphabet and created the basic social unit: polis.
4-      a-it: Greek civilization    b-which: the polis
5-      Title: The Greek civilization
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       2-     V: to free     Adj: free 
                N:invention    Adj: inventive/
                V: to civilize     N: civilization
     3 a- Both the Ancient Greeks and  the Ancient Romans began their histories  as city-states.
         b- When Rome conquered Greece, it did not destroy Greek knowledge and culture. / Rome did not destroy Greek knowledge and culture when it conquered Greece.
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Flourished, developed
Occurred, changed
Settled.
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5- Fill in the gaps: a-gave b-research c-creations d-their
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Part Two-
Written Expression
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Topic 1:
Form: 02 pts                  Content: 03 pts
Topic 2:
Form: 02.5 pts                Content: 02.5 pts


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شعبة اداب و لغات اجنبية 


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الموضوع رقم (01) لتحضير امتحان البكالوريا
الشعبة : : لغات أجنبية                                                                                المادة :انجليزية
Part One: Reading                                                                                          (14 points)
A)   Comprehension                                                                                   ( 7points)
         Read the text carefully and do the activities
The Mayan Indians lived in Mexico for thousands of years before the Spanish arrived in the 1500s. The Maya were an intelligent, culturally rich people whose achievements were many. They had farms, beautiful palaces, and cities with many buildings. The Mayan people knew a lot about nature and the world around them. This knowledge helped them to live a better life than most people of that time, because they could use it to make their lives more comfortable and rewarding. Knowledge about tools and farming, for instance, made their work easier and more productive.
In ancient Mexico there were many small clearings in the forest. In each clearing was a village with fields of corn, beans, and other crops around it. To clear the land for farms, the Maya cut down trees with stone axes. They planted seeds by digging holes in the ground with pointed sticks. A farmer was able to grow crops that produced food for several people. But not every Maya had to be a farmer. Some were cloth makers, builders, or priests.
The Maya believed in many gods. The people built large temples to honor the Mayan gods. Skillful workers built cities around these temples. It was difficult for them to construct these cities, because they had no horses to carry the heavy stone they used to build with. Workers had to carry all of the building materials themselves. Today, many of these ancient Mayan cities and temples are still standing.
The Mayan priests studied the Sun, Moon, stars, and planets. They made a calendar from what they learned. The year was divided into 18 months of 20 days each with five days left over. The Mayan calendar was far more accurate than the European calendars of the time.
Around the year 800, the Maya left their villages and beautiful cities, never to return. No one knows why this happened. They may have died from an infectious disease. They may have left because the soil could no longer grow crops. Archaeologists are still trying to find the lost secrets of the Maya. They are still one of our greatest mysteries.
1.    Are the following statements true or false? Write ‘T’ or ‘F’next to the letter corresponding to the statement.
a)    The Maya used pointed sticks to dig holes.
b)   The Maya used horses to carry the heavy stone.
c)    The Mayan temples are damaged.
d)   The Mayan year is composed of 18 months.
2.    In which paragraph is it mentioned that the Maya practised other jobs than farming?
3.    What or who do the underlined words in the text refer to?
a)  it (§1)            b) themselves (§3)  c) They (§4)   d) They (§5)      
4. Answer the following questions according to the text.
a)    Did the Maya live in Mexico before the 1500s?
b)   What made the Maya work easier and more productive?
c)    What did the Maya use to cut down trees?
d)   According to the text, why did the Maya leave their villages?
4.    Give a title to the text.
b)  Text Exploration                                                                                                 (7points)
1.    Find in the text words closest in meaning to the following:
a)    successes (§1)      b) many  (§2)      c) to build (§3)    d) precise (§4)
2.    Which nouns can be derived from the following words?
a) beautiful       b) to divide      c) great       d)to grow

3.    Complete sentence (b) so that it means the same as sentence (a).
1.    a)The Mayan priests used to live in cities while the other people lived in small villages.
b) Unlike…………………………………………………………
2.    a) Workers had to carry all of the building materials themselves.
b) All of the building materials …………………………………. .
3.    a) He wanted to know why the Maya had left their villages.
b) He wanted to know, “…………………………………?”
4. a) Life in Mayan Civilization was so fascinating that I want to live that period.
b) I wish I ………………………………………………….
4.       Underline the stressed syllable in the following words?
                           economics   -   civilization   -    culture  -  achievements
5.    Fill in the gaps with four words from the list below.
                 done  - rapid   -civilization  -    learn   -  decline   -  culture
Why did this great civilization fall? The history of humankind has been marked by patterns of growth and  ......... . Some declines have been gradual, occurring over centuries. Others have been ........., occurring over the course of a few years. War, drought, natural disaster, disease, overpopulation, and economic disruption: any of these can bring about the collapse of a  ............. . Internal causes can combine with external causes to bring about a collapse. What does this mean for modern civilizations? What can we .......... from the past?
Part Two:  Written Expression                                                                                                       (6 points)
                                Choose ONE of the following topics:
Either Topic 1: Using the following notes, write a composition of about 100 words  on the Phoenician Civilization.
-      Origin: Jordan / Moved to Phoenicia / Lebanon
-      Nomadic life at first / Became skilful sailors and traders
-      Started trade with Egypt and Syria /Expanded to the Mediterranean basin / built cities in North Africa (like Carthage and Icosium)/ spread knowledge and inventions...
-       
Or Topic 2: Write a composition of about 100 words on the following topic:
In addition to the Mayan and Phoenician Civilizations, which other civilization do you know best? The following questions might help you.
     What’s its name? / Where did it start? / Where was it established? / Who were its famous rulers? 
      What was it famous for? / Why and when did it decline?


إجابة الموضوع رقم (01) لتحضير امتحان البكالوريا
الشعبة :  لغات أجنبية                                                                  المادة :انجليزية

Model answers
Scoring scale
Détailed
Global
Part One-A/Comprehension
(7 pts)





B/ Text Exploration
  (7pts)
1. a) T    b)F    c) F    d)T
2. It is in paragraph 2
3. it à Knowledge      Themselves à workers
     They à the priests.         They à The Maya.
4. a) Yes
    b) The knowledge about nature and the world around them.
    c) Pointed axes.
    d) There are  some theories, but no one knows what happened  that time.
   5. The Mystery of the Maya

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1. a. achievements  b. several  c. construct  d. accurate
 2.a. beauty  b. division  c. greatness d. growth
3. a) Unlike the other people,  the Mayan priests used to live in cities or Unlike the  Mayan priests, the other people used to live in small villages.
    b) All of the building materials had to be carried.
    c) He wanted to know, “ Why did the Maya leave their 
        villages?”
    d) I wish I had lived that time
5. First syllable: culture /  Second syllable: achievement
    Third syllable : economics  /  Fourth syllables : civilization
4. decline / rapid /  civilisation / learn.

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Part Two-
Written Expression
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Topic 1:
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Topic 2:
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الشعب العلمية 



BACCALAUREATE SAMPLE PAPER                                  Sc/Exp + Maths
PART ONE: Reading and interpreting (15 points)             Tech/Math
Read the text carefully then do the activities                     GE


      The Nobel Peace Prize has been jointly awarded to Professor Muhammad Yunus from Bangladesh and The Grameen Bank he started. The prize was given for their work in lending very small amounts of money to poor people to set up businesses, especially women in the countryside.
This year’s Nobel Peace Prize has been awarded in Oslo to the Bangladeshi banker Muhammad Yunus and the Grameen Bank. Announcing the winner, the chairman of the Norwegian Nobel Committee said Muhammad Yunus had shown himself to be a leader who had managed to give hope to millions of people. Mister Yunus is the founder of the concept of ‘micro credit’, which is the extension of  small loans to entrepreneurs too poor to qualify for traditional bank loans.
The award came as a surprise to many here who had tipped someone involved in peace talks as winner this year. Mr Yunus himself told national Norwegian television he was delighted with the prize soon after the announcement was made. The winner is expected to receive the award and 1.4 million dollars in prize money during a ceremony here in December.

                                                                                  Lars Bevanger, BBC News, Oslo
(A/ COMPREHENSION/INTERPRETATION)

1. The text is about:
a- Bank management in Bangladesh
b- Nobel Prize for anti-poverty work
Tick the right answer.

2. Say whether the following statements are true or false, according to the text.
a- The Nobel Prize was given to Pr Muhammad Yunus alone.
b- The Nobel Peace Prize announcement was made in Norway
c- ‘Micro credit’ consists in lending money to wealthy entrepreneurs to set up businesses

3. Answer the following questions according to the text
a- What was the Nobel Peace Price awarded for?
b- Why did the award come as a surprise?
c- What will happen in Oslo in December?

4. This text is:
a- a newspaper article
b- a radio news report

5. This text is:
a- descriptive
b- narrative



6. a- Find in the text a word which means : quantities (§1)
    b- Find in the text a word whose definition is: money lent to someone (§2)
    c- Find in the text an opposite to: unhappy (§3)
    d- Write a sentence using only one of the three words you have found in the text.
(B/ TEXT EXPLORATION)
7. Complete the following table
NOUNS
VERBS
ADJECTIVES
Peace
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
……………
Winner
…………………………….
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
Founder
…………………………..
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
……………
To translate
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX

8. Combine the following statements using the connector given in brackets
Yunus lent money to the poor. They were able to set up businesses. (so that)

9. Ask questions on the underlined word
Mister Yunus is the founder of the concept of ‘micro credit’.

10. Underline the silent letters
            - talks           /     - delighted

11. Underline the content words in the following
            The prize was given for their work.

12. This is a conversation between Yunus and a reporter. Imagine what Yunus says
Reporter: Congratulations Mr Yunus! May I ask you some questions ?
Yunus: ………………………………………………..
Reporter: What are your feelings now that you have won the Nobel Peace Prize ?
Yunus: ………………………………………………..
Reporter: How did the idea of lending money to the poor come to you ?
Yunus: ………………………………………………..
Reporter: But lending money to the poor is somehow risky, isn’t it ?
Yunus: ………………………………………………..
Reporter: Thank you, Mr Yunus.


PART TWO (05 points)
Choose one of the following topics
  1. Imagine a dialogue in which Pr Yunus explains to a radio reporter how ‘micro credit’ can result in the creation of social conditions for peace.
Explain in particular how the lending of money to poor people can help:
-          generate wealth
-          create jobs
-          prevent criminality
-          make people more hopeful….

  1. Write a letter to the chairman of the Nobel Prize Committee to propose a candidate for next year’s prize.
Support your proposal by giving a coherent account of the problems she / he has solved for the benefit of humanity.
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PART 1.


1.  answer ‘b’

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3.a- It was awarded for their work in lending money to poor entrepreneurs 
   b- because many people thought the winner would be someone involved in peace talks
   c- In December, the winner will receive the award and 1.4 M dollars

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6. a- amounts
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    c- delighted

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8.  Yunus…. so that they would be able to set….
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         ( See writing evaluation grid in the syllabus)

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