Part 1: Questions 1-10
Complete the notes below. Write ONE WORD AND/ OR A NUMBER ONLY for each answer.
Job details from employment agency
Location: Fordham (2) Centre, (3) Road, Fordham
• dealing with enquiries
• making (4) and reorganising them
• maintaining the internal (5)
• general administration
• (6) (essential)
• a calm and (7) manner
• good IT skills
• a (8) job – further opportunities may be available
• hours: 7.45 am to (9) p.m. Monday to Friday
• (10) is available onsite
Part 2: Questions 11-14
Choose the correct letter, A, B or C.
11. The museum building was originally
A a factory.
B a private home.
C a hall of residence.
12. The university uses part of the museum building as
A teaching rooms.
B a research library.
C administration offices.
13. What does the guide say about the entrance fee?
A Visitors decide whether or not they wish to pay.
B Only children and students receive a discount.
C The museum charges extra for special exhibitions.
14. What are visitors advised to leave in the cloakroom?
What information does the speaker give about each of the following areas of the museum? Choose SIX answers from the box and write the correct letter, A-H, next to Questions 15-20.
A Parents must supervise their children.
B There are new things to see.
C It is closed today.
D This is only for school groups.
E There is a quiz for visitors.
F It features something created by students.
G An expert is here today.
H There is a one-way system.
Areas of museum
15. Four Seasons
16. Farmhouse Kitchen
17. A Year on the Farm
18. Wagon Walk
19. Bees are Magic
20. The Pond
Part 3: Questions 21 and 22
Choose TWO letters, A-E. Which TWO educational skills were shown in the video of children doing origami?
A solving problems
B following instructions
C working cooperatively
D learning through play
E developing hand-eye coordination
Which comment do the students make about each of the following children in the video? Choose FIVE answers from the box and write the correct letter, A-G, next to Questions 23-27.
A demonstrated independence
B asked for teacher support
C developed a competitive attitude
D seemed to find the activity calming
E seemed pleased with the results
F seemed confused
G seemed to find the activity easy
Choose the correct letter, A, B or C.
28. Before starting an origami activity in class, the students think it is important for the teacher to
A make models that demonstrate the different stages.
B check children understand the terminology involved.
C tell children not to worry if they find the activity difficult.
29. The students agree that some teachers might be unwilling to use origami in class because
A they may not think that crafts are important.
B they may not have the necessary skills.
C they may worry that it will take up too much time.
30. Why do the students decide to use origami in their maths teaching practice?
A to correct a particular misunderstanding
B to set a challenge
C to introduce a new concept
Part 4: Questions 31-40
Complete the notes below. Write ONE WORD ONLY for each answer.
His novel, Les Miserables
• It has been adapted for theatre and cinema.
• We know more about its overall (31) than about its author.
His early career
• In Paris, his career was successful and he led the Romantic movement.
• He spoke publicly about social issues, such as (32) and education.
• Napoleon III disliked his views and exiled him.
His exile from France
• Victor Hugo had to live elsewhere in (33)
• He used his income from the sale of some (34) he had written to buy a house on Guernsey.
His house on Guernsey
• Victor Hugo lived in this house until the end of the Empire in France.
• The ground floor contains portraits, (35) and tapestries that he valued.
• He bought cheap (36) made of wood and turned this into beautiful wall carvings.
• The first floor consists of furnished areas with wallpaper and (37) that have a Chinese design.
• The library still contains many of his favourite books.
• He wrote in a room at the top of the house that had a view of the (38)
• He entertained other writers as well as poor (39) in his house.
• Victor Hugo’s (40) gave ownership of the house to the city of Paris in 1927. ‘