Входная контрольная работа по английскому языку в 9 классе (УМК Spotlight)

Пояснительная записка
Цель промежуточной аттестации определить уровень сформированности
предметных компетенций и предметных умений по английскому языку среди
учащихся 9 классов.
Вид работы: комбинированная контрольная работа
контрольных измерительных материалов для проведения входного контроля по
английскому языку в 9 классе
1.Назначение контрольных измерительных материалов - оценить стартовый уровень
общеобразовательной подготовки по английскому языку учащихся 9 класса на начало
учебного года, а также факторов, влияющих на результаты их дальнейшего обучения.
Тексты заданий предлагаемой модели контрольной работы в целом соответствуют
Федеральному компоненту государственного стандарта общего образования (ч.2 среднее
(полное) общее образование), формулировкам, принятым в учебниках и учебных
пособиях, включенным в Федеральный перечень.
2. Документы, определяющие содержание контрольных измерительных материалов
Содержание работы определяется на основе следующих документов: рабочая программа
по учебному предмету «Английский язык» разработана в соответствии с Законом
Российской Федерации от 29.12.2012 г. №273-ФЗ «Об образовании в Российской
Федерации», федеральным компонентом государственного стандарта общего образования
(ч.2 среднее (полное) общее образование), основной образовательной программой
основного общего и среднего общего образования МАОУ Заревской СОШ с углубленным
изучением отдельных предметов а также в соответствии с рекомендациями Примерной
программы по иностранным языкам среднее (полное) общее образование базовый
уровень М.: АСТ: Астрель 2012г.; авторской рабочей программы к УМК «Английский в
фокусе,9» (“SPOTLIGHT”), В. Апальков «Просвещение»: Москва, 2016.
3. Структура КИМ контрольной работы
Контрольная работа состоит из пяти разделов:
Задание 1 (лексико-грамматическое):. Проверяет лексику и грамматику по курсу 8
класса (Модальные глаголы. Относительные местоимения. Пассивный залог. Наречия
Задание 2 (Лексика): Поставьте правильный предлог. Проверяет у учащихся знание
лексики, пройденной в 8 классе.
Задание 3 (Соотнесите вопросы из 1 колонки с ответами из 2 колонки): проверяет
коммуникативные умения учащихся, навыки разговорной речи.
Задание 4 (Грамматика. Тест): содержит 19 вопросов на проверку усвоения грамматики
английского языка на начало учебного года.
Задание 5 (Чтение): Выберите правильный ответ. умение находить запрашиваемую
информацию. Тип задания: установление соответствия между вопросом и содержанием
Данная контрольная работа предназначена для учащихся 9-х классов, которые
занимаются по УМК Spotlight.
Контрольная работа имеет критерии оценивания результатов и ключ.
За каждый правильный ответ учащийся получает 1 балл. Успешность выполнения работы
определяется исходя из следующего соответствия:
% правильно выполненного задания
95-100 %
80-94 %
60-79 %
менее 60%
Ключ к работе
Task 1
1. Who
2. That
3. For
4. Since
5. Was written
6. Have been killed
7. Was built
8. Can
9. Could
10. Should
11. Of
12. In
13. To
14. Off
15. By
Task 3
16. C
17. E
18. B
19. A
20. F
21. D
Task 4
22. C
23. a\c
24. d
25. a
26. a
27. c
28. b
29. d
30. b
31. b
32. b
33. c
34. c
35. a
36. b
37. b
38. d
39. b
40. b
Task 5
41. c
42. a
43. c
Входная контрольная работа по английскому языку в 9 классе
(УМК Spotlight)
Task 1 . Choose the necessary word.
1. My sister, who/ which is very beautiful, is arriving today.
2. He’s bought the toy who/ that she was looking for.
3. Jerry’s father has been building his country house for/since ten years.
4. Alex wanted a car for/since her last birthday.
5. The textbook (wrote/was written) by Andy.
6. Five people (have killed/have been killed) in а plane crash.
7. А famous designer (was built/built) the bridge.
8. Mikki _________ play the piano very well. And what about you?
a) can b) should c) must
9. _________ he help you with this task?
a) Could b) Must c) May
10. It’s raining. You _________ take an umbrella.
a) can’t b) don’t have to c) should
Task 2. Choose the right preposition (of, to, by, boff, in).
11. It contains the largest display… toy dolls.
12. The most successful men and women of that period showed … their wealth wearing silk,
woolen and linen clothes.
13. If I was invited …my friends dinner party, I would think twice what to wear.
14. It was … fashion to wear their hair long with lots of colour threads in it.
15. We'd recommend you to travel... bus.
Task 3. Match the sentences from column A with the replies from column B.
16. I can’t stand brightly dyed hair.
a. Yes, I am.
17. Would you like a cup of coffee?
b. No, I don’t.
18. Do you like animals?
c. Neither can I.
19. Are you keen on football?
d. So do I.
20. I’d like to see this film.
e. No, thanks.
21. My brother likes sport.
f. Let’s go on Sunday.
Task 4.
22. Mathematics ... hard. I don't understand it.
a) are c) is
b) was d) were
23. Last summer we wanted a relaxing holiday, so we ... to stay on a small island.
a) chose c) had chosen
b) have chosen d) choose
24. Excuse me, do you speak English? I ... for a hotel.
a) look c) was looking
b) have been looking d) am looking
25. There is going to be a big art exhibition. It... a lot of visitors.
a) will attract c) has attracted
b) attracts d) attracted
26. The police officer said that every house in that street ... already by the police.
a) had been searched c) search
b) were searched d) searched
27. While we ... for the train, it started to rain.
a) waited c) were waiting
b) are waiting d) was waiting
28. The result of his investigation ... in the newspaper soon.
a) publish c) be published
b) will be published d) is published
29. We ... a new computer not long ago. Now the job will be done much more quickly.
a) bought c) had bought
b) was bought d) have bought
30. When they arrived home, their children ... outside the door waiting for them.
a) sit c) was sitting
b) were sitting d) are sitting
31. He was sorry that he ... to me for so long.
a) didn't write c) haven't been writing
b) hadn't been writing d) hasn't been writing
32. Everybody in our team played ... except the captain.
a) the worst c) worst
b) badly d) bad
33. Small shops are not as ... as supermarkets.
a) more convenient c) convenient
b) most convenient d) the most convenient
34. You know much, but you know ... than your teacher.
a) little c) less
b) least d) much
35. The ring you found ... be returned to an old lady who had lost it.
a) must c) are to
b) can d) have to
36. Sarah is a very good pianist. She plays ... piano very well.
a) a c) an
b )the d)-
37. The comic told silly jokes, but nobody laughed ... him.
a) on c) under
b) at d)about
38. That's an easy question! ... knows the answer!
a) All c) Each
b )Every d) Everybody
39. I didn't have much time, but I ... visit a lot of places of interest in London.
a) had to c) must
b) was able to d) can
40. We feel sorry ... Sam because he hasn't got any friends.
a )by c) with
b)about d) for
Read the text and answer the following questions, сhoosing the correct variant
The Christmas Tree
No one knows for sure who decorated the first Christmas tree. The custom of bringing an
evergreen tree indoors and decorating it at Christmas started in Germany. One legend says that
Martin Luther started the practice. Luther was an important Christian leader. According to the
story, he noticed the starlit sky as he walked home one Christmas Eve about the year 1513. He
thought the stars looked as if they were shining on the branches. When he arrived home, Martin
Luther placed a small fir tree inside his house. He decorated it with lighted candles.
Decorating Christmas trees became popular in Germany. Prince Albert of Sachsen-Coburg-
Gotha, the German husband of Queen Victoria, took the tradition to England. Both German and
English people brought it to America. And now nearly every family in Great Britain and the
USA has a Christmas tree.
The biggest Christmas tree in Britain is put up in Trafalgar Square in London. The people of
Norway still give this tree every year to the British people to thank them for helping Norway
against Hitler in the Second World War.
41. … started the practice of decorating the Christmas tree.
a) Nobody knows who
b) Queen Victoria
c) Martin Luther King
d) Prince Albert
42. The first Christmas trees in Britain were introduced and popularized by …
a) Prince Albert and Queen Victoria
b) Martin Luther King
c) The Norwegians
d) The Germans
43. What follows from the text?
a) Martin Luther decorated the Christmas tree with toys.
b) American people do no decorate Christmas trees.
c) Every year the people of Norway give the city of London a present a big Christmas tree.
d) Queen Elisabeth I took the tradition to decorate Christmas tree to England.