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«Черкаський обласний інститут післядипломної освіти»

«Черкаський обласний інститут післядипломної освіти»

Завдання ІІ етапу Всеукраїнської учнівської олімпіади з англійської мови

2011-2012 н.р.

Listening 11th grade

Early Sibling Relationships Influence Adult Behavior


By Rick Nauert PhD Senior News Editor
Reviewed by John M. Grohol, Psy.D. on January 18, 2010

A new study suggests the relationship we have with our siblings during youth has a considerable influence on our social and emotional development as adults.

Laurie Kramer, a University of Illinois researcher, says that although a parent’s influence on a child’s development shouldn’t be underestimated, neither should a sibling’s.

Parents are better at teaching the social niceties of more formal settings – for example, how to act in public and how not to embarrass oneself at the dinner table.

But siblings are better role models of the more informal behaviors – how to act at school or on the street, or, most important, how to act cool around friends – that constitute the bulk of a child’s everyday experiences.

The researchers claim a clearer understanding of how siblings function as “agents of socialization” will help answer critical societal questions such as why some children pursue antisocial behavior.

“A lot of current research looks at how children learn undesirable behaviors like smoking, drinking and other delinquent acts, from exposure to an older sibling’s antisocial behaviors as well as that of their sibling’s friends.

“For example, a female teen is at higher risk for getting pregnant if her older sister was a teenage mother. Developing a better understanding of sibling influences can help us design effective strategies for protecting younger children in families.”

According to Kramer, in order to maximize an older sibling’s positive influence, one of the most important things parents can do is to help foster a supportive relationship between the siblings from the very beginning.

Variables such as gender and age difference don’t make much of a difference between siblings.

“What’s really much more important are the social behaviors that children learn in their early years that they can use to develop a positive relationship with a sibling. That’s why it’s important for parents to encourage siblings to be engaged with one another and develop a relationship where there is mutual respect, cooperation and the ability to manage problems.”

Kramer said children who grow up as an only child are not necessarily less socially competent than children who grow up with siblings, but they are more likely to have developed social skills through friends as opposed to brothers and sisters.

“Parents of only children might want to think about how they can help their child have social experiences with other children, whether that’s through childcare, preschool or play dates.”


“They may be encouraged by parents to develop deeper relationships, and that’s a good thing because it provides them an opportunity to develop some of these social competencies that they probably won’t acquire if they’re limited to interacting with their parents and teachers,” Kramer said.

Parents who have children who are spaced closely together in age may not see much of a need to have children over to the house once a week because their children are already having significant social experiences within the family unit, Kramer said.

But children whose siblings are spaced further apart in age are most likely to have different sets of friends and different social experiences because they may be in distinct school contexts or involved in unique activities. “It’s possible that siblings who are spaced further apart are very connected within the home, but their social experiences outside the family may be pretty different,” Kramer said.

“We know that not all younger children turn out like their older siblings,” Kramer said. “There are many cases where younger siblings work very hard to carve out their own unique path and be different from their brothers and sisters, a process researchers refer to as ‘de-identification.’

“They may choose a different path in which to excel or make their mark to base their own identity on. That child may choose to focus on sports, the arts or being the social one. It relieves them from the pressure to be seen or compared to their elder sibling, particularly if they’re afraid that they won’t be able to measure up.

“So they figure out who they are, what they believe in and what’s important to them, in reaction to how they perceive their siblings.”

“Children learn things through growing up with other children in the house, just as they learn things growing up in a more adult-oriented environment if they’re a single child. We need to understand that better so that we can form a more realistic understanding of child and family development.”


«Черкаський обласний інститут післядипломної освіти»

Завдання ІІ етапу Всеукраїнської учнівської олімпіади з англійської мови

2011-2012 н.р.


Listening questions. 11th grade

True / False


1. Children feel embarrassed when their parents teach them how to behave in society


2. Parents are a strong influence on proper socialization development among peers to their young children.


  1. A child’s development can be influenced by individuals outside of the family unit


4. Parents who do not themselves display anti-social behavior, shouldn’t worry about their children having anti-social behavior


5. Older siblings are merely family members who don’t hold a great significant amount of influence over younger siblings


  1. Same sex siblings without much of a difference in age show greater influence over one another’s behavior compared to those of opposite sex with a big difference in age


7. Children can learn life skills at an early age from siblings



  1. A child’s anti-social behavior can be brought on due to exposure of a sibling’s friend.




  1. Parents of single children need to take special precautions that their children develop socially in an appropriate manner




  1. Children who grow up in an adult orientated environment receive the same type of social experiences as those with sibling influence



Multiple Choice


  1. Youngsters look for guidance from siblings:

  1. On how to become popular

  2. For help with school homework

  3. On how to have proper manners

  4. On how to appropriately behave in a museum




  1. In the absence of siblings, children mature socially by way of replacing siblings with:

  1. parents

  2. teachers

  3. friends

  4. media (TV)


3. These types of children could be at a disadvantage socially:

  1. Without siblings

  2. siblings who are far apart in age

  3. siblings who are of the opposite gender

  4. both b and c




  1. These types of siblings have less in common socially with one another:

  1. anti-social siblings

  2. siblings of different genders

  3. siblings with anti-social parents

  4. siblings with a large age gap




  1. Children with successful older siblings:

  1. become jealous of their success

  2. purposefully engage in separate activities than their siblings did

  3. automatically feel like failures compared to their siblings

  4. receive less positive attention from parents




  1. De-identification refers to:

  1. losing one’s identity to the success of an older sibling

  2. the identity combining between two siblings

  3. losing one’s own identity and gaining that of an older sibling

  4. creating an identity opposite that of an older sibling




  1. A child’s social development is dependent upon the relationships with the following:

  1. parents

  2. siblings

  3. friends

  4. all of the above




  1. A child’s choices are dependent upon all of the following except:

  1. the siblings gender

  2. how they view themselves

  3. their relationship with older siblings

  4. their relationship with parents




  1. Parents of single children can help their child’s socialization by

  1. increasing the amount of time spent playing with toys

  2. setting up play dates

  3. spending more time with their children

  4. encouraging reading




  1. According to this article parents are responsible for:

  1. creating anti-social behaviors in their children

  2. whether an older sibling negatively or positively affects a younger sibling

  3. enrolling children in pre-school

  4. creating a positive relationship between siblings



«Черкаський обласний інститут післядипломної освіти»

Завдання ІІ етапу Всеукраїнської учнівської олімпіади з англійської мови

2011-2012 н.р.


Listening Text: 11th Form


БЛАНК ДЛЯ ВІДПОВІДЕЙ

КОД РОБОТИ

Listening Comprehension 1



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Listening Comprehension 2



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«Черкаський обласний інститут післядипломної освіти»

Завдання ІІ етапу Всеукраїнської учнівської олімпіади з англійської мови

2011-2012 н.р.

Reading tasks 11th Grade


1. Answer questions 1-15 by referring to the magazine article about careers below.

People at Work

A. Name: Adrian Bohane. Occupation: Sales director of a company selling satellite imagery.

I usually work in the mornings and afternoons but because the company headquarters are based in Canada, I often have to turn on my personal computer as soon as I get home from the office to check for e-mails. This means about three hours more work after I should have finished for the day. My main job is to look after thirty distributors in my area so I spend much of my day making contact with them. I often attend conferences on satellite data and also do presentations to explain to clients about the industry. Most clients come from an academic background as satellite data is often used for scientific reasons.

The high point of the job has to be the excellent opportunity I have to travel and it is great to mix with people from so many nationalities. Conversely, travelling can sometimes be a low as I am never at home and it involves working on my own a great deal of the time.

Sometimes it is difficult to remain connected and know exactly what is going on at head office. However, at the end of the day I am my own boss - which is nice - so I only really have to worry about me.

In my free time I like to travel and go diving, but as I am so busy with work there is very little time for any of this. What little time I do have off is spent relaxing with friends, eating out or working in the garden.

B. Name: Victoria Williamson. Occupation: PA to an all-girl pop band.

I was actually part of the girls' management team for two months, before they asked me to be their PA. If we're in America, I get up at 6 a.m. to stay in touch with London - getting up so early can be really difficult! - but in Europe, I get up around 9.30 a.m. I go to the hotel gym, make sure everyone's up, check in with security and confirm the day's appointments and interviews. I'm the link between the girls and the record company, stylists, accountants and print media. Now that they manage themselves, there's also a lot of legal paperwork to be signed and returned quickly.

I'm working all the time that I'm awake. I don't have breaks as such, and I'm often up until 2 a.m. But because the girls have such a great sense of humour and fun, it's always a real laugh. And at times we can get really emotional together. Working for women is fantastic because they're much more on my wavelength than any of the male bosses I've had.

C. Name: Dr Heather Hall. Occupation: Assistant curator at a major zoo.

I arrive at the zoo at about 7.45 a.m. and catch up on what's happening in the aquarium and reptile house. If I have time before my department meetings, I walk round each section and talk to the keepers about any problems that may have come up.

I oversee about 2,000 animals, and we are constantly reviewing which animals we want to keep. If we're left with just one individual animal from a particular species, we try to send it to join a breeding programme at another zoo. After lunch - usually something to eat at my desk - I open my post, which includes letters and questionnaires from students and other zoos, which I respond to. My afternoon work is likely to be more diverse. I work closely with a group of scientists at the Institute of Zoology, working on population and species management. I show visitors from other zoos and institutes around, talking them through the set-up. I also give lectures to students, anglers, fish hobbyists and members of the public. I finish work at 6 p.m., when somebody else takes over, and if I sometimes spend evenings at home, catching up with reading or research, that's really for my own interest.

D. Name: Hannah Latham. Occupation: Motorcycle courier.

I do about fifteen to twenty-five pick-ups a day. I mainly pick up and deliver small packets - that's all fairly standard, but sometimes I take passports to embassies, wait for visas to be issued, or pay cheques into banks. Some of the requests can be quite strange: I once had to deliver 20 cream cheese bagels to a café! A lot of my work is in inner London, so I have to be really careful, especially in wet weather. The job takes a lot of concentration, and I occasionally get angry with drivers, but I have to control my road rage as it impairs my riding. I used to get lost quite a bit at first, but it didn't take long to develop my map-reading skills.

I do feel really satisfied when I've had a good day, and I don't seem to have any problems switching off in the evening. I used to work Saturdays, too, but now my weekends are completely taken up with motorcycle racing, which is my new passion.

Which person

liaises with his/her staff in person? 1

feels great empathy with his/her employers? 2

encountered difficulties with the job initially? 3

occasionally feels the need for more contact with people? 4

liaises with an academic body? 5

enjoys working independently? 6

routinely works beyond the stipulated hours? 7

liaises between his/her clients and other professionals? 8

can no longer offer complete flexibility of working hours? 9

informs people how his/her organisation works? 10

sometimes loses track of what is happening elsewhere in his/her organisation? 11

gives lectures to groups of business clients? 12

has to hold his/her emotions in check? 13

is co-operative with organisations similar to his/her own? 14

regards the main part of his/her job as routine? 15


2. For questions 16-21, read the passage below. Decide which answer (A, B, C or D) best fits each gap and click on your answer.

I Will not Explode

Everyone knows what happens if you give a full bottle of coke a vigorous (16)_______ and then unscrew the top. So the children of Benchill primary school in Manchester dived for (17)_______ when visitor Kim Wade flexed her muscles. Wade, head of Manchester Schools Behaviour and Support Service, (18)_______ the temptation to open the bottle and let the fizz drench the pupils. She had (19)_______ her point; the frothing of the drink was a metaphor for the build-up and explosion of temper.


Benchill's children were having a session on anger management. There is no (20)_______ that they are any more angry than children at other schools in the city, and the lesson was part of a scheme intended to help children identify and (21)_______ with the rages that life in the classroom and playground can provoke.

16.

A shake

B stir

C rattle

D wobble

17.

A shelter

B cover

C safety

D protection

18.

A denie

B rejected

C declined

D resisted

19.

A given

B made

C scored

D won

20.

A inclination

B reception

C conviction

D suggestion

21.

A cope

B bear

C handle

D manage


3.Read the passage below then answer the questions.

DJAMARK Geography

Total area: 825 square km., includes three island groups — Maxwell Islands, Bheuler Islands, and Waab Islands Comparative area: slightly more than five times the size of Washington, D.C.Land boundaries: none Coastline: 1,500 km. Climate: tropical, marine, hot and humid, moderated by trade winds Terrain: mostly low-lying coral atolls surrounded by extensive reefs. Natural resources: phosphate (production estimated to discontinue by 2007), manganese, fish. Land use: arable land 1%; permanent crops 20%; meadows and pastures 0%; forest and woodland 5%; other 74% Environment: typhoons can occur any time, but usually November to March; 12 of the 30 islands are uninhabited NOTE: Located 7,520 km. southwest of Honolulu — Djamark is halfway between the Philippines and Hawaii

Choose the best answer to each question by clicking on it. Answer all questions on the basis of what is stated or implied in the passage.

22. Where would this information most likely appear?

A. In a newspaper

B. In an almanac

C. In a magazine

D. In a financial periodical

23. What will Djamark run out of in the near future?

A. Permanent crops

B. Arable land

C. Phosphate

D. Manganese

24. What countries border Djamark?

A. Maxwell Islands

B. Bhueler Islands

C. Waab Islands

D. None


4. Read the following text and then choose from the list A-J given below the best phrase to fill each of the numbered spaces. Type one letter (A-J) in the space after the question number in the list below the passage. Each correct phrase may only be used once. Some of the suggested answers do not fit at all. The exercise begins with an example (0).


The History of @

The universal symbol of Internet era communications, the @ sign used in e-mail addresses (0)_______, is actually a 500-year-old invention of Italian merchants, a Rome academic has revealed. Giorgio Stabile, a science professor at La Sapienza University, claims (25)_______ of the symbol's use, as an indication of a measure of weight or volume. He says the sign represents an amphora, a measure of capacity based on the terracotta jars used (26)_______ in the ancient Mediterranean world.


The professor unearthed the ancient symbol in the course of research for a visual history of the 20th century, (27)_______. The first known instance of its use, he says, occurred in a letter written by a Florentine merchant on May 4, 1536. He says the sign made its way along trade routes to northern Europe, where it came (28)_______, its contemporary accountancy meaning.


Professor Stabile believes that Italian banks may possess even earlier documents bearing the symbol lying forgotten in their archives. 'The oldest example could be of great value. It could be used for publicity purposes and (29)_______,' he says. The race is on between the mercantile world and the banking world (30)_______.


A to describe the now omnipresent squiggle


B to represent 'at the price of'


C to see who has the oldest documentation of @


D to transport grain and liquid


E to save space and work


F to be published by the Treccani Encyclopedia


G to learn how popular it has become


H to have stumbled on the earliest known example


I to enhance the prestige of the institution that owned it


J to signify the word 'at'


(0) J


«Черкаський обласний інститут післядипломної освіти»

Завдання ІІ етапу Всеукраїнської учнівської олімпіади з англійської мови

2011-2012 н.р.


Reading Comprehension

11th Form


БЛАНК ДЛЯ ВІДПОВІДЕЙ

КОД РОБОТИ

TEXT I


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B

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TEXT II

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TEXT III


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TEXT IV


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«Черкаський обласний інститут післядипломної освіти»

Завдання ІІ етапу Всеукраїнської учнівської олімпіади з англійської мови

2011-2012 н.р.

Speaking


1. Are you someone who gets stressed easily? What things make you stressed and why? How do you feel when you are stressed? Who or what do you rely on most in times of need and why? What are the most effective was to relax for you?


2. Is it always a good thing to take risks? What type of person usually takes risks? Why do you think some people might not approve of risk-takers? Do you think it is true than men take more risks than women?


  1. Would you rather live by yourself or share a flat as a student? What qualities do you think are important in the person you would choose to share a flat with? What ‘house rules’ would you make if you were to share a room / flat with someone else?




  1. What problems can people sharing a flat / house have and why? Give a piece of advice how to resolve and avoid conflicts living together.




  1. Describe the place where you live. Are there any special features about it? Are there any landmarks? Are there any sports facilities, places for entertainment? What would you like to change in this place to make the life of its residents better?




  1. What are the worst / best meals you have ever had? Talk about the place, country, and occasion. Do you like food from other countries? What types of food do you like best and why?




  1. What do you think makes a healthy diet and a healthy lifestyle? Is your diet / lifestyle healthy? In what way? How can an unhealthy diet affect one’s appearance? Do you think some people worry too much about their weight and wrinkles? Who and why?




  1. Have you ever had a friend whose culture, background, talents or qualities were different from yours? Consider how your similarities and differences contributed to your friendship. Did your friendship grow because you were similar or because you were different?




  1. People who are physically-handicapped are discriminated in some, if not all societies. Do you agree? Why (not)? What should be done for them?




  1. What actions or habits are considered rude in our country and why? Do you think it is the same for everyone and for every country? Explain our reaction if someone from another country came to your house for dinner and did something rude without knowing it. What would you do and wouldn’t do and why?




  1. Do you think that students should be able to choose the subject that they study at school or do the teachers know what is best? Why? What subjects would you choose if you had such a chance and why?




  1. In many schools there is a problem of truancy. What changes should be made to solve this problem? How should the truants be punished or should they and why?




  1. Who do you confide in more-friends or family? Why? What sorts of things do you enjoy doing with your family, and what sorts of things do you like doing with your friends? Why?




  1. How important is it for us to have leisure activities in our lives? Do you believe that the hobbies we choose to do are a reflection of our character? Why (not)? Speak about a hobby you participate in and how it is important in your life.




  1. Speak about a hobby you’re interested in: a) the qualities you need for the hobby; b) any equipment you need; c) its benefits and drawbacks.

  2. Who is the best travel companion for you and why? What would annoy you most about a travel companion and why? How do you resole conflicts being with friends / strangers? What should a person have, know and avoid while traveling abroad? Why?




  1. Speak about some places in your region which are favorable for tourism. Mention what should be done to improve the development of tourism in the region by the officials and citizens.




  1. What destinations would you prefer to visit and why? What makes a perfect holiday for you and why? What things can go wrong on holiday and how would you solve your problems? What was your most memorable holiday? Why was it so memorable?




  1. Is the place you eat food important for you? Why (not)? How often do you eat out and where? Describe one of the most poplar and favorable restaurant / cafe in your city. Talk about: the kind and the quality of food; the size and interior; the quality of service; the prices the general atmosphere; the kind of people who go there the kind of music (if any) and the customers.




  1. Honesty boxes” have been introduced in the UK. They are for people who want to buy a newspaper at the train stations and other busy areas. Do you think the idea of “honesty boxes” would work in your town, our country? Why (not)?




  1. Do you have a dilemma in choosing your future profession? Who may influence your decision? Where would you be able to apply your knowledge of English?




  1. Do you often read articles or emails on a computer? How far do you think television and the Internet have changed people’s reading habits? Do you think that people will still read books in thirty years’ time? Why (not)?

  2. What kind of climate does the UK have? Does weather have a powerful effect on people (health, intelligence, and feelings)? What would be your ideal climate and why?




  1. Comment on the quotation: “only when the last tree has died and the last river has been poisoned and the last fish has been caught, we will realize that we can’t eat money.”




  1. How does the accumulation of rubbish pose a threat to our planet? Should recycling be encouraged in the country and why (not)? In what way?




  1. Many things have changed in the last 150 years. Describe some of the differences between life now and life 150 years ago. Say whether you would rather live in the present or in the past and why?




  1. Many people think that the Internet threatens the moral upbringing of teenagers.

    • Agree or disagree with the statement.

    • Say when the Internet may be useful

    • Speak about your or your friend’s communication through the Internet




  1. What career would you like to pursue when you finish schools? What would you do if your parents objected to your choice of career? What do you think about a testing form of exams? Is it a chance or a failure for a student? Why?




  1. What are the advantages and disadvantages of the following forms of communication:

Post, email, fax, mobile phones, text messaging?


30. What have been the most famous events in our country over the last five / ten years? What about the world? Which do you find most moving g and why? Which event would you have been most interested to be present at or take part in and why?


«Черкаський обласний інститут післядипломної освіти»

Завдання ІІ етапу Всеукраїнської учнівської олімпіади з англійської мови

2011-2012 н.р.


Writing Comprehension Test for 11th Form Students

1. Tourism is “big business” around the world, and most countries encourage tourism. Of course, there are advantages and disadvantages. Tourism creates jobs, but many are low paying ones. Tourism can also cause products to cost more than when tourists are not visiting a country. What places are popular with tourists in your country? What are some advantages and some disadvantages of tourism during the summer?


2. In what ways are the roles of men and women in Ukraine changing? In what ways are they still the same? Do you feel that the roles of men and women should remain the same or should change? Prepare an essay which gives your point of view and give reasons for your opinion. Your reasons should come from what you have learned and also what you have observed in your own experience.


3. The ancient Egyptians believed in the cat goddess "BAST". "BAST" had the body of a woman and the head of a cat. It is also believed that she had nine lives. In Ghana, in western Africa, some people believe that when someone dies, his or her spirit passes into the body of a cat. In England, people used to think that a hair from a cat's tail could cure a sore eye. What are two beliefs you know about animals from your culture? Do you think they are true? Why do you think they are still believed?


«Черкаський обласний інститут післядипломної освіти»

Завдання ІІ етапу Всеукраїнської учнівської олімпіади з англійської мови

2011-2012 н.р.


Writing Comprehension Test for 11th Form Students

1. Tourism is “big business” around the world, and most countries encourage tourism. Of course, there are advantages and disadvantages. Tourism creates jobs, but many are low paying ones. Tourism can also cause products to cost more than when tourists are not visiting a country. What places are popular with tourists in your country? What are some advantages and some disadvantages of tourism during the summer?


2. Massage is considered a type of alternative medicine. It is not normally received at the doctor's office as part of healing your health problems. In Western and Asian massage, the point is to relax the muscles. What alternative medical practices are used in your country to heal the body? Do you know people who have tried them? Did the help to heal them?


3. The ancient Egyptians believed in the cat goddess "BAST". "BAST" had the body of a woman and the head of a cat. It is also believed that she had nine lives. In Ghana, in western Africa, some people believe that when someone dies, his or her spirit passes into the body of a cat. In England, people used to think that a hair from a cat's tail could cure a sore eye. What are two beliefs you know about animals from your culture? Do you think they are true? Why do you think they are still believed?




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