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الامتحان الوطني الموحد للباكالوريا الدورة العادية 2008- اللغة الانجليزية

 Rachida Was born in a rural Moroccan village, Ain Jaid, in 1973.She is married and has four children. Her husband is a seasonalaDe griculture worker who earns about 700 dhs per month it he works.

When an aid organisation offered literacy classes in her village, Rachida immediately recognised that an excellent opportunity was Suddenly oftered to her. The class signalled a new beginning for Rachida -if she took classes, she would be able to read and write, add and subtract, and acquire skills tha twere always reserved for others. When she first learnt how to write her name on a slate, and then on paper, she was overjoyed. Although Rachida and her classmates were laughed at by some villagers as they walked to school each day, they ignored them and were proud ot their accomplishment.

The course went a step beyond providing8 basic literacy training to the women of Ain Jdid. Those who performed best on the final exam were also offered support in setting upa business-a tarm animal cooperative. Armmed with their newly acquired numeracy and literacy skills, and with technical assistance from the organization, they started a successtul business. Their example gave rural women a new image- that of independent female entrepreneurs who could manage their own businesses. They were no longer held workers.

Rachida now buys and sells tarm animals through the cooperative and earn enough income to support her family, More importantly, she can share the joy of learning with her school-aged children and help them with their homework. She is confident about the future. She says her new skills have given her more than just an incombe. "Through this programme, women have paved the way to a new life," she said.

As a proof to the programme's success, now even some of the men in the village who had criticized Rachida and her classmates want to attend literacy classes.


(Baccalaureate Test for Serence students- fune 2008)


I. COMPREHENSION

BASE ALL YOUR ANSWERS ON THE TEXT


A. ARE THESE STATEMENTS TRUE OR FALSE ? JUSTIEY


1. Rachida is originally from a big city.


2. Some villagers made fun of women going to literacy classes.


3. Some women of the village became independent.




B. ANSWER THESE QUESTIONS IN YOUR OWN WORDS


1. What opportunities did literacy classes offer to Rachida ? 


2. Which group ot women benefited from technical assistance ? 


3. How do Rachida's children benefit from her literacy ? 


4. How did some villagers change their opinion about the literacy programme ? 

 

5. WHAT DO THE UNDERLINED WORDS REFER TO ?

C. WHAT DO THE UNDERLINED WORLD REFER TO ? 

1. Ehey

2 them


D. FIND IN THE TEXT WORDS OR EXPRESSIONS THAT MEAN THE SAME AS:

I. periodical (parag. 1)

2. very happy (parg. 2)

3. starting (parag. 3)

4. money(parag. 4)


E. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING WOULD BE THE BEST TITLE FOR The PASSAGE?


1. Female entrepreneurs change rural men's lite.

2. Literacy changes a rural woman's life. 


3. Kural men change rural women's lite.

Title:


II. LANGUAGE


A. GIVE THE CORRECT FORM OF THE WORDS BETWEEN BRACKETS

Moroccan NGOs have made great ettorts to combat illiteracy. They help youth with basic knowledge and (manage)................................................................. 

skills, They also train them to become (financial).......................................................... 

independent.


B. FILL IN THE GAP WITH AN APPROPRIATE PHRASAL VERB

picked up- tound out- grew up-went through - turned down)


Jane was accepted to work in a bank but she................................................. 

the job because the salary was not interesting. 


2. My uncle lbrahim.................................................his American accernt when he was in the USA.


C. MATCH THE WORLS THAT GO TOGETHER TO MAKE Appropriate COLLOCATIONS


1. have

2. information 


a. care


b. technology


C. fun


D. REWRITE THE SENTENCES BEGINNING WITH THE WORDS GIVEN

."Do we need a lot of money for the project some villagers asked the

manage.


Some villagers asked........................................


2. The cooperative awarded a prize to Rachid. 


Rachida.................................................


3. Salah didn't buy the farm because he didn't get financial support from


the bank.


If.................................................


E. PUT THE VERBS BETWEEN BRACKETS IN THE CORRECT TENSE

dnew stadium


1. The city council (to build) ........................two years ago.

2. Before she became a doctor, Salma (already - to word)........................... 

as a biology teacher tor 2 years.


3. At the moment, a foreign NGO (to prepare)...................................a huge

 project for humain development in rural areas in Yemen.

E JOIN THE PAIR OF SENTENCES WITH THE LINKING WORDS GIVEN

1. The local authorities opened new schools. They wanted to serve the

community bette. (so as to)

.......................................................... 

2. The government invests a lot of money on tourism. Not many touris

ViSit our town. however

.......................................................... 

3. Tom and his wire needed money.hey decided to work over me

(because). 

.......................................................... 




IlI. WRITING


Countries around the world celebrate different events (national international,cultural, or religious). Choose one of the events celebrated in Morocco (eg. Aid

Al Fitr, Imilchil festival, New Year's Eve, Moussesms, etc) and write a letter to your pen friends about it.


(approximately 150 words)





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