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The structure of the Summative Assessment

This Summative Assessment consists of 14 questions: listening, reading, writing and speaking. Different types of tasks are used in the Summative Assessment for the term.

Multiple choice tasks consist of several possible answers from which the correct one should be selected.

Gap filling task is a task in which words/numbers are removed from a text and replaced with spaces. Learners have to fill each space with the missing word/number or a suitable word.

Matching tasks require learners to match two sets of items according to the instructions for the task.

Open-ended tasks require learners to follow instructions of the task, answer questions in words, expressions and sentences.


The content of the summative assessment for the 1 term should be selected on topics “Home and Away” or/and “Living things” for any strands.


Characteristic of tasks for summative assessment for the 1 term

Unit Strand Learning objective *Total number of questions *Question № *Type of question *Task description Time Total marks
    5.L6 Deduce meaning from Multiple Each learner works individually.
    context in short, supported talk   choice Learners listen to the recording on minutes  
    on an increasing range of     topic ‘Home and Away’ twice and    
    general and curricular topics.       underline one word out of three with    
    5.L1 Understand a sequence of       different spelling. Before the    
  Listening supported classroom instructions.       recording starts learners have one minute to get familiar with the    
        Matching Each learner works individually.
          Learners listen to the recording twice minutes  
          and write numbers to the pictures in    
Home and Away. Living things.           an order they appear in the recording.    
Reading 5.R1 Understand the main points in a limited range of short simple texts on general and curricular topics. Matching Each learner works individually. Learners read the text related to the topic “Home and away” and write the names or first letters of the children next to the activities given in the task. minutes
    5.W1 Plan, write, edit and Open Each learner works individually. They
    proofread work at text level     ended write the postcard. Learners make minutes  
    with support on a limited range       a plan of writing. Learners are    
    of general and curricular       expected to answer Alex’s    
  Writing topics.       questions. Learners should write    
    5.W2 Write with support a       their personal feelings and    
    sequence of short sentences in       opinions on a given topic using    
    a paragraph on a limited range       topical vocabulary with appropriate    
    of familiar general topics.       spelling.    
    5.W7 Use with some support            


    appropriate layout at text level for a limited range of written genres on familiar general topics and some curricular topics            
  Speaking 5.S1 Provide basic information about themselves and others at sentence level on an increasing range of general topics. 5.S3 Give an opinion at sentence level on a limited range of general and curricular topics. Open ended Learners are suggested to choose one picture. Learners individually describe the picture using questions as a support. Teacher can ask supporting questions if necessary to help learners. Each learner talks for 1 minute.
TOTAL:             minutes
Note: * - sections that can be changed

Sample questions and mark scheme Tasks for the Summative Assessment for the term 1



Part 1.Listen to the recording twice and underline an odd word.CD3.Tapescript 1.

1. [a:]park market bag [1]
2. [i]circus cinema disco [1]
3. [u:]zoo pool post [1]

Part 2.Listen to the recording twice and number the pictures. The first picture is done for you as an example.


4.A[1] 5.B[1] 6.C[1]

Total [6]


Task.Read the text about four learners’ daily routine.



What do they do after school?

My name is Max. After school, I help my mum and dad. Then I go to the park. There I meet my friends and we play different games. When I come home I usually play chess.
I am Julia. After school, I like drawing and painting pictures. Then I write stories. I put the stories and pictures on my bedroom wall.
I am Luke. After school, I do my homework. Then I listen to my CDs and when I have some spare time I sing songs. In the evenings I prefer reading.
My name is Sara. I go swimming every Monday. I play tennis with my friends every Tuesday. Every Thursday I skate in the park with my sister.


Read the text again and identify who does each activity. Write the learners’ names or first letters next to the phrases. The first task is done for you as an example.

M = Max, J = Julia, L = Luke, S = Sara.

Example: go to the park M

1. enjoy Art


_ [1]

2. do sport activities [1]

3. like music [1]

4. keen on reading [1]

5. spend time with friends __[1]

6. do house work [1]



Total [6]


Task.Your pen- friend has sent you a postcard of his/her hometown.

Write a postcard to your friend about your hometown. The sample postcard will help you to write a reply.

Hello dear friend,


This is a postcard of my town. My town is not very big, but I think it is a fantastic place. My favourite place is the Castle Bath – I usually go there with my friends. Can you send me a postcard of your town? How big is your town? What is your favorite place in the town? Where do you usually go at the weekends?


Love, Alex


Write your answer to Alex. Make a plan of your writing and answer the questions.

Total [6]


Task.Choose one of the pictures below and describe it. Answer the questions:

· What can you see in the picture?

· Where are people or cartoon characters?

· What are they doing?

· Do you like the picture and why?


Total [6] Total marks/24

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