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Testing and Evaluation Book

4Carol Barrett

Introduction 2 Unit 9 test 23

Evaluation sheet 3 Summative test 3 24

Starter test 6 Skills test 3 26

Unit 1 test 7 Unit 10 test 28

Unit 2 test 8 Unit 11 test 29

Unit 3 test 9 Unit 12 test 30

Summative test 1 10 Summative test 4 31

Skills test 1 12 Skills test 4 33

Unit 4 test 14 Unit 13 test 35

Unit 5 test 15 Unit 14 test 36

Unit 6 test 16 Unit 15 test 37

Summative test 2 17 Summative test 5 38

Skills test 2 19 Skills test 5 40

Unit 7 test 21 Answer key and
audio scripts 42Unit 8 test 22

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Testing and evaluation
The Family and Friends Testing and Evaluation
Book provides different ways of evaluating
children’s progress, through ongoing assessment,
children’s self-assessment and formal testing.

1 Classroom evaluation
Ongoing classroom evaluation is key to assessing
children’s progress. This can be achieved in a
number of ways.

Monitoring
When children are engaged in productive activities
such as speaking or writing, walk around the
classroom and check their progress, and offer help
where appropriate.

Regular reviews in the Class Book and
Workbook
The purpose of the double-page Review section
in the Class Book and Workbook is to revise the
main learning points of the units, giving you an
opportunity to evaluate how much children have
understood.
• Always start the lesson by revising the

language of the units, using flashcards to focus
on vocabulary. It's also useful to sing the songs
again to help children memorise the key words.
You may wish to make notes on which children
are still having difficulty in recognizing or
producing words. These notes can be recorded
later on the teacher's evaluation sheet (see
below).

• Go through the Class Book review activities.
Explain first what children have to do to
complete each exercise. Give children time to
check their answers. Observe how individual
children respond to the exercise.

• Go through the answers to each activity with
the whole class as a group.

The evaluation sheet
A teacher’s evaluation sheet is provided on
page 3. This is to help you keep ongoing records of
children’s progress in skills and attitudes towards
learning. This evaluation sheet can be completed
every semester. From this information you can
plan further activities to develop the language
of those children who have mastered the skills
work easily and to reinforce the language of those
children who are having difficulties.

Introduction

2

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1 Circle the odd one out. Write.

2 Read and write.

3 Look and write.

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Summative test 3

1 pear 2 3 4

shorts
kitchen

banana
bathroom

sandwich
trousers



1 shorts 3 5

2 4 6

1 I’ve got a sandwich.

2 an apple.

3 haven’t a drink.

4 a frisbee.

5 haven’t a kite.

6 a bike.

/ 3

/ 5

/ 5

Emma

Jack

clothes rooms food

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Summative test 3

4 Complete.

5 Write sh or ch.

6 Listen and circle the sound you hear. C 158

1 ch s sh

2 s sh ch

3 ch sh s

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1 Are these shorts? No, they aren’t .

2 Are these grapes? Yes, they .

3 Are these drinks? , they .

4 Are these coats? , they .

T- irt2 ch ick 1

eep3 tea er4

fi 5

1 2 3 4

/ 5

/ 4

/ 3

1 I’ve got a sandwich.

2 an apple.

3 haven’t a drink.

4 a frisbee.

5 haven’t a kite.

6 a bike.

4 sh ch s

5 s ch sh

6 sh s ch

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2
2 s w i m

a
3 r u n

d
s u n c r e a m

a
5 s h e l l

t
6 f l y

e
1 sandcastle 2 swim 3 run 4 sun cream
5 shell 6 fly
3
1 There’s a bat on the rug. 2 There are three
shells on the pillow. 3 There’s a dress in the
cupboard. 4 There are two shoes under the bed.
5 There are four jugs on the desk.
4
1 Let’s 2 can’t 3 make 4 can
5
1 bin 2 frog 3 jug 4 bed
6
Audio script C 164
1 u – umbrella 2 p – pen 3 g – goat
4 v – van 5 sh – sheep 6 i – ink
7 y – yogurt
Answers
1 u 2 p 3 g 4 v 5 sh 6 i 7 y

Skills test 5
1
Audio script C 165
1 Number 12 2 Number 15 3 Number 20
4 Number 11 5 Number 17 6 Number 18
Answers
1 12 2 15 3 20 4 11 5 17 6 18
2
Audio script C 166
Ben can run. He can’t swim. He can’t sing.
He can draw. Rachel can run. She can swim.
She can’t sing. She can’t draw.
Answers
Ben ✔ ✘ ✘ ✔ Rachel ✔ ✔ ✘ ✘
3
Pupils draw in the following items: a doll on
the bed, two books under the bed, a hat on the
desk and two shoes under the desk.
4
1 ✔ 2 ✘ 3 ✔ 4 ✘ 5 ✔
5
1 There’s a car under the bed. 2 There’s a bag
under the desk. 3 There are three trains in the
cupboard. 4 There are four books on the bed.
6
1 He can’t swim. 2 There’s a blue blanket.
3 A tiger can’t fly. 4 Where’s the book?
5 That’s a good idea.
7
1 (It’s a ...) crab 2 boat 3 cupboard 4 pillow
5 desk

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