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Яка типова тематика власних висловлень з англійської мови

Тематика завдань відповідає тематиці текстів для читання, аудіювання та використання мови, уміщеній у програмі ЗНО

Тематика власних висловлень у тестах ЗНО з англійської мови охоплює питання, актуальні для випускників школи – сучасних молодих людей, юних громадян і патріотів. Вона відповідає тематиці текстів для читання, аудіювання та використання мови, уміщеній у програмі ЗНО.

СФЕРИ СПІЛКУВАННЯ І ТЕМАТИКА ТЕКСТІВ ДЛЯ ЧИТАННЯ, АУДІЮВАННЯ, ВИКОРИСТАННЯ МОВИ ТА ПИСЬМОВИХ ЗАВДАНЬ

І. Особистісна сфера

  • Повсякденне життя і його проблеми
  • Сім'я. Родинні стосунки.
  • Характер людини.
  • Режим дня.
  • Здоровий спосіб життя.
  • Дружба, любов
  • Стосунки з однолітками, в колективі.
  • Світ захоплень.
  • Дозвілля, відпочинок.
  • Особистісні пріоритети.
  • Плани на майбутнє, вибір професії.

ІІ. Публічна сфера

  • Навколишнє середовище.
  • Життя в країні, мова якої вивчається.
  • Подорожі, екскурсії.
  • Культура і мистецтво в України та в країні, мова якої вивчається.
  • Спорт в Україні та в країні, мова якої вивчається.
  • Література в Україні та в країні, мова якої вивчається.
  • Засоби масової інформації.
  • Молодь і сучасний світ.
  • Людина і довкілля.
  • Одяг.
  • Покупки.
  • Харчування.
  • Науково-технічний прогрес, видатні діячі науки.
  • Україна у світовій спільноті.
  • Свята, знаменні дати, події в Україні та в країні, мова якої вивчається.
  • Традиції та звичаї в Україні та в країні, мова якої вивчається.
  • Видатні діячі історії та культури України та країни, мова якої вивчається.
  • Визначені об’єкти історичної та культурної спадщини України та в країні, мова якої вивчається.
  • Музеї, виставки.
  • Кіно, телебачення.
  • Обов’язки та права людини.
  • Міжнародні організації, міжнародний рух.

ІІІ. Освітня сфера

  • Освіта, навчання, виховання.
  • Шкільне життя.
  • Улюблені навчальні предмети.
  • Система освіти в Україні та в країні, мова якої вивчається.
  • Іноземні мови у житті людини.

Сформувати уявлення про типові для власних висловлень теми може допомогти ознайомлення з тими темами, які вже пропонувалися в попередні роки.

Наводимо теми власних висловлень, які пропонувалися на зовнішньому незалежному оцінюванні 2009–2016 років.

1. You’ve received a letter from your foreign pen-pal. He/she wrote you that he/she had bought a new mobile phone which had been advertised on TV. But he/she was disappointed with his/her purchase. It turned out that the phone didn’t have all the features the adverts promised. Write a letter to your pen-pal in which you

  • give your opinion about advertising in mass media
  • write what advertisements should be banned and why
  • write about your favourite advert at the moment
  • give him/her a piece of advice how to avoid being fooled by adverts

Write a letter of at least 100 words. Do not write your own name, any dates, addresses or other personal information. Start your letter in an appropriate way.

2. You have found out that the local council is planning to build a new supermarket not far from your school instead of a sports center. You have decided with your friends to write about this plan to the major newspapers published in your city/region. Write a letter to the editor of an English language newspaper in which

  • say why you are writing
  • explain why sport is important to people
  • explain why supermarket should not be built in your area
  • give your reasons why a sports centre would serve your city/region well

Write a letter of at least 100 words. Do not write your own name, any dates, addresses or other personal information. Start your letter in an appropriate way.

3. You’ve got a letter from your English pen-friend in which he/she wrote you about his/her future plans. He/she wants to become an actor. And your friend is sure that this profession will give him/her the opportunity to become famous and make a lot of money. Write a letter to your pen-friend in which say

  • about your thoughts regarding his/her career plans
  • what you are going to do after leaving school
  • how you prepare yourself for your future profession
  • what you think is necessary to be successful in your future job

Write a letter of at least 100 words. Do not write your own name, any dates, addresses or other personal information. Start your letter in an appropriate way.

4. Last month you took an active part in the TV quiz show “Around the World”. And you’ve won a prize – two tickets for a tour of Ukraine. Write a letter to your friend in which you

  • invite him/her to join you
  • describe the means of travel and accommodations
  • describe two special places you are going to visit
  • give suggestions what he/she will need to take with him/her

Write a letter of at least 100 words. Do not write your own name, any dates, addresses or other personal information. Start your letter in an appropriate way.

5. You’ve got a letter from your English pen-friend. In his/her letter he/she describes his/her impressions of visiting the concert of his/her favorite pop-group. Write a letter to your pen-friend and say

  • what kind of music you like best
  • how your favorite kind of music makes you feel
  • when you prefer to listen to music
  • what your parents think about your musical preferences

Write a letter of at least 100 words. Do not write your own name, any dates, addresses or other personal information. Start your letter in an appropriate way.

6. You would like to work in Great Britain this summer. And you have read this advertisement in a newspaper

Write a letter of application. In your letter write about:

  • why you are writing
  • your personal qualities, language skills and experience with children
  • why you think this work experience would be important for your future

Write a letter of at least 100 words. Do not write your own name, any dates, addresses or other personal information. Start your letter in an appropriate way.

7. You have visited the workplace of one of your parents recently. You have been shown around and have been able to observe the work of some people. Write a letter to your foreign pen-pal sharing your impressions and describe:

  • what the workplace you visited was like and which trade or job the people were working in
  • what you liked or disliked about their occupation
  • how this visit helped you in choosing your future profession

Write a letter of at least 100 words. Do not write your own name, any dates, addresses or other personal information. Start your letter in an appropriate way.

8. You were going to visit your friend in London at the beginning of June. But unfortunately the schedule of the independent testing has been changed. Write a letter to your friend and:

  • apologize for breaking your plans
  • state the reason of your not coming and
  • ask if it is possible to come later in the summer

Write a letter of at least 100 words. Do not write any dates and addresses. Start your letter with

9. You’ve got a letter from your English pen-friend. He/she has recently bought an electronic book reader and is very excited using it. He/she thinks that traditional paper books are no longer necessary and so he/she advises you to use an e-book reader as well. Write a letter to your friend and

  • explain your personal attitude to reading in general, and to e-books in particular
  • express your opinion about his/her idea that traditional paper books are no longer necessary
  • say what role books play in your life

Write a letter of at least 100 words. Do not write your own name, any dates, addresses or other personal information. Start your letter in an appropriate way.

10. Listening to a radio programme you heard different people discussing the topic of friendship between teens. You have decided to write a letter to the editor of the programme. In your letter

  • describe what kind of friend you prefer and why
  • and say
  • what can cause a friendship to go wrong
  • whether it is better to have a wide circle of friends or a few close friends

Write a letter of at least 100 words. Do not write your own name, any dates, addresses or other personal information. Start your letter in an appropriate way.

11. You and your friends went on a two-day walking tour to a beautiful lake not far from your city/village last weekend. Write a letter to your English pen-friend about this trip. Don’t forget the things you need to write about in your letter:

  • who went on a walking tour with you
  • how you got to the place where you stayed (your means of transport and route)
  • how you spent the weekend near the lake

Write a letter of at least 100 words. Do not use any personal information (e.g., names, dates, addresses, etc.). Start your letter in an appropriate way.

12. You’ve got a letter from your English pen-friend in which he/she complains that there has been a lot of rain in his/her region lately, so he/she can’t spend much time outdoors and feels bored at home. Write a letter to your pen-friend in which you tell him/her

  • whether you have a lot of spare time at present and why or why not
  • how you usually spend your free time indoors
  • your advice on how to make his/her stay at home more exciting

Write a letter of at least 100 words. Do not use any personal information (e. g., names, dates, addresses, etc.). Start your letter in an appropriate way.

13. You have received a letter from your pen-friend in which he/she complains that his/her parents want him/her to read classical authors, while he/she is fond of fantasy. Write a letter to your pen-friend in which you tell him/her

  • whether your parents influence your choice of books to read
  • what is your favorite literary genre and why
  • where you usually get books you’d like to read

Write a letter of at least 100 words. Do not use any personal information (e. g., names, dates, addresses, etc.). Start your letter in an appropriate way.

14. You are going to Great Britain as an exchange student, and the college is going to place you with a host family. Trying to arrange convenient accommodation for you, the college international office asked about your likes and dislikes. Write a letter to Mr. Brown, a coordinator of the college international office, and say

  • what kind of room you would find comfortable
  • what pieces of furniture and facilities are absolutely essential for you
  • what kind of roommate you would like to share the room with

Write a letter of at least 100 words. Do not use any personal information (e.g., names, dates, addresses, etc). Start your letter in an appropriate way.

15. You have received a letter from your pen-friend in which he/she writes that he/she has been playing basketball for years. Now he/she has decided to start judo. Write him/her a letter in which you explain

  • whether you support his/her decision to take up one more kind of sport and why
  • what kinds of sport are popular with your friends
  • whether you do any sports or watch sports competitions on TV

Write a letter of at least 100 words. Do not use any personal information (e.g., names, dates, addresses, etc). Start your letter in an appropriate way.

16. You are going to spend a week in London. You are planning to travel on a tiny budget and don’t have many connections in Britain. Your English pen-friend has agreed to meet you at the airport and help with getting around London. Write a letter to your pen-friend in which you

  • give the details of your arrival in Britain
  • say what you look like to be recognized
  • explain what you would like to do and see in London

Write a letter of at least 100 words. Do not use your real name or any personal information.

Start your letter in an appropriate way.

17. You have taken part in academic exchange programme and won a grant to study abroad. Write a letter to your English pen-friend in which you

  • inform him/her about the news and tell him/her about your expectations
  • mention at least one advantage and one disadvantage of studying abroad
  • describe how you prepare yourself for studying in a foreign country

Write a letter of at least 100 words. Do not use your real name or any personal information. Start your letter in an appropriate way.

ЧИТАТИ ДАЛІ

Збірник для підготовки до власного висловлення створено Освіта.ua відповідно до діючих вимог до написання власного висловлення на зовнішньому незалежному оцінюванні з англійської мови. Копіювання та розміщення матеріалів збірника на інших ресурсах заборонено.

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05.03.2017

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