Bài tập trắc nghiệm Tiếng Anh lớp 11 chương trình mới Unit 7: Further education

Tiếng Anh lớp 11 chương trình mới Unit 7

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I. Read the passage carefully and then choose the best answer.

There are more and more challenges for school children today at their early age. For example elementary pupils have to work harder to finish many types of homework. Teachers and parents can help them in many ways. Teachers should be more ready to give timely comments and feedbacks to encourage their pupils. At home, parents also need to care more about the place and time for their children to do homework. There should be enough space to work comfortably, good light, and no distractions such as television or phone calls.

Taking tests is another challenge for school children. Some parents worry that their children will become stressed over the tests. However, teachers can help them prepare more carefully for the tests and be more confident to pass them. Teachers try to make sure that the pupils really enjoy the experience, so that they are able to do their best. Parents can help by not taking them too seriously. The more relaxed parents are, the better children can perform in the tests.

1. Which of the following is used as an example to show how hard children have to study today?

A. They have to finish a lot of homework.

B. They have to neglect many types of homework.

C. They have to get good marks.

D. They have to take many kinds of exams.

2. According to the reading passage, what DON’T parents need to care more about when their children do the homework?

A. Distraction        B. Time        C. Space           D. Position

3. How do parents feel about their children's taking tests?

A. They worry that their children will become stressed.

B. They think it is a challenge for them.

C. They care about them.

D. They help them prepare for the tests.

4. Why do teachers have to make school children feel that taking tests is an enjoyable experience?

A. so that they are confident to take the tests.

B. so that they are more worried about taking tests.

C. so that they prepare more carefully.

D. so that they are able to do their best.

5. What kind of attitude should parents show towards children's taking tests?

A. Serious           B. Relaxed         C. Ready           D. Useful

II. Read the two passages carefully and choose the correct answer.

In developing countries, people are sometimes unaware of the importance of education, and there is economic pressure from those parents who prioritize their children's, making money in the short term over any long-term benefits of education. Recent studies on child labor and, poverty have suggested that when poor families reach a certain economic threshold where families are able to provide for their basic needs, parents return their children to school. This has been found to be true, once the threshold has been breached, even if the potential economic value of the children's work has increased since their return to school.

Other problems are that teachers are often paid less than other professions; a lack of good universities and a low acceptance rate for good universities are evident in countries with a relatively high population density.

India has launched EDUSAT, an education satellite that can reach remote parts of the country at a greatly reduced cost. There is also ail initiative supported by several major corporations to develop a $100 laptop. The laptops have been available since 2007. The laptops, sold at cost, will enable developing countries to give their children a digital education. In Africa, an "e-school program" has been launched to provide all 600,000 primary and high schools with computer equipment, learning materials and internet access within 10 years. Volunteer groups are working to give more individuals opportunity to receive education in developing countries through such programs as the Perpetual Education Fund. An International Development Agency project started with the support of American President Bill Clinton uses the Internet to allow co-operation by individuals on issues of social development.

1. In developing countries, ________.

A. people all know that education is very important all the time

B. all parents are rich enough to send their children to school

C. children have rights to get high schooling

C. children have to work instead of going to school

2. According to recent studies, when parents are able to overcome their financial difficulty, ________.

A. they send their children back to school

B. they still make their children continue working

C. they have their children work even harder

D. they themselves continue their schooling

3. In populous countries, ________.

A. teaching is the highest-paid career

B. there are a lot of good universities

C. there is a lack of good universities

D. no other careers are better paid than teaching

4. The third paragraph is about ________.

A. an Indian education satellite

B. the projects to computerize education in developing countries

C. the computerization of African education

D. President Bill Clinton who bought a lot of computers

5. How many projects are presented in the third paragraph?

A. One         B. Two        C. Three           D. Four

Fill in each numbered blank with one suitable word or phrase.

The General Certificate of Secondary Education or the GCSE examinations for (1) _____ are the standard school-leaver qualifications taken by (2) _____ all UK students in the May and June following their 16th birthday. If you come to a UK (3) _____ school before you (4) _____ the age of 16, you will study towards GCSE examinations in up to 12 subjects. Some subjects are compulsory, including English arid mathematics, and you can select (5) _____, such as music, drama, geography and history from a series of options. GCSEs provide a good all-round education (6) _____ you can build on at college and eventually at university.

AS- and A-levels are taken after GCSEs. They are the UK qualifications most (7) _____ accepted for entry to university and are available in subjects from the humanities, arts, sciences and social sciences as well as in (8) _____ subjects such as engineering, and leisure and tourism. You can study up to four subjects at (9) _____ same time for two years, (10) _____ AS-level examinations at the end of your first year (called the lower-sixth) and A-level qualifications at the end of your second year (called the upper-sixth).

1. A. short          B. long            C. big              D. long

2. A. similarly        B. fortunately       C. approximately      D. virtually

3. A. dependence     B. independence     C. independent      D. independently

4. A. reach          B. come           C. approach         D. go

5. A. other          B. each other       C. another            D. others

6. A. what          B. that             C. where            D. whose

7. A. wide          B. widely           C. width             D. widen

8. A. practical       B. apprentice        C. vocational         D. physical

9. A. a            B. an              C. the              D. Ø

10. A. holding      B. choosing         C. putting           D. taking

Read the two passages carefully and choose the correct answer.

Vietnam's education system can be divided into 5 categories: pre-primary, primary, intermediate, secondary, and higher education.

Public kindergartens usually admit children from the age of 18 months to 5 years. Children at 4 or 5 years of age are sometimes taught the alphabet and basic math. This level of education is only popular in major cities.

Children normally start their primary education at the age of six. Education at this level lasts 5 years and it is compulsory for all children. This compulsory education may be one of the reasons why, despite remaining a less developed country, the literate proportion of the country's population is very high, over 90% on average.

Middle schools teach students from grade 6 to 9. This educational level is generalized throughout most of the country - except in very remote provinces, which expect to popularize and standardize middle education fully within the next few years. Intermediate is a non-compulsory schooling form in Vietnam.

Secondary education, which consists of grades 10, 11 and 12, is standardized in all major urban regions, but is not in rural provinces. After 3 high school terms, all students must attend a graduation test. This test often consists of 6 subjects differently selected each year but has to contain the 3 compulsory ones: Foreign Language (mostly English), Mathematics and Literature. The Vietnamese government intends to merge this test with the university entrance test in 2009.

1. Pre-primary education in Vietnam is popularized all over the country.

A. True             B. False             C. No information

2. Primary education is compulsory in Vietnam.

A. True             B. False            C. No information

3. Students from grade 6 to 9 have to take an important examination to continue their education at high school.

A. True            B. False            C. No information

4. Secondary education is standardized in all over the country.

A. True             B. False           C. No information

5. The graduation test for all high school students often consists of 6 subjects which are fixed years after years.

A. True            B. False           C. No information

Fill in each numbered blank with one suitable word or phrase.

The UK Government ensures that all schools in the UK (1) _____ certain standards, and this includes independent schools as well as those that are (2) _____ by the Government. All qualifications are awarded by national agencies accredited by the Qualification and Curriculum Authority (QCA), (3) ____ the quality of the qualifications you will gain is guaranteed.

At many independent schools in England, you will be encouraged to take part (4) ___ extracurricular activities to develop your hobbies and learn new skills, and you maybe encouraged to take graded music exams (5) ____ by the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music, or Trinity College. The exam grades gained from these are widely accepted toward university entry (6) ____.

Independent schools do not usually offer vocationally focused qualifications but if you are (7) ____ in these qualifications, you can find out more in the ‘career-based and pre-university qualifications’ section.

The (8) ____ you pay to attend independent school, include your course fees, accommodation and may include some or all extracurricular activities. To check exactly what is included with the school you may be asked to pay extra for language tuition.

Fees (9) ____ from school to school and are at the discretion of the institution; there are no national standards. You should expect to pay a minimum of £8,000 per year and fees can be (10) ____ high as £25,000.

6. A. see              B. meet             C. notice           D. look

7. A. run             B. worked          C. indicated        D. show

8. A. if               B. although          C. so             D. because

9. A. for              B. in                C. on             D. of

10. A. offer           B. to offer           C. offering          D. offered

11. A. questions       B. troubles           C. problems        D. requirements

12. A. interested      B. excited           C. concerned       D. worried

13. A. bills           B. funds             C. fees            D. donations

14. A. transfer         B. vary             C. exchange        D. interfere

15. A. as            B. much             C. more            D. far

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