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# 4th (5 years) of elementary school • Are you receiving a proof of Mathematics and Portuguese Language and an Answer Sheet

. • Start by writing your full name: Full Name ___________________________________________________________ (a) Studen t (a) Class _______________________ Turn the page ONLY WHEN (A) PROFESSOR (A) FIRM. YOU WILL HAVE 25 MINUTES TO RESP OND TO BLOCK 1. Block 1 - Mathematics MATHEMATICS SERIES 4th / 5th Year - 2001 BLOCK 01 IT_038252 04 IT_033375 John attended a judo championship in the youth category, weighing 45.350 kg. Fiv e months later it was 3.150 kg heavier and had to change category. As he was wei ghing in that period? A day has 24 hours, 1 hour is 60 minutes and 1 minute is 60 seconds. What fracti on of the time corresponds to 35 minutes? (A) (B) (C) (A) (B) 14.250 kg 40.850 kg (C) 48.500 kg (D) 76.450 kg ________________________________________ 02 IT_010668 (D) ________________________________________ 05 IT_024329 For a short season, the circus came to town Fantasia, with clowns, magicians and acrobats. The circus will open its doors to the public at 9 am and will remain open for nine hours and a half. What time will close the circus? The figure below shows a theater where the audience's chairs are numbered 1-25. audience (A) (B) 16.30 17.30 (C) 17.45 (D) 18.30 ________________________________________ 03 IT_023243 The chart below shows the amount of points scored by team A, B, C and D in the F ootball League school. Mara received a ticket from this that reads as follows: His chair is located exa ctly in the center of the audience. According to the chart, how many points the team won C? (A) (B) (C) (D) 50 40 35 30 What is the chair of Mara? (A) (B) (C) ( D) 12 13 22 23 4 Notebook 01 MATHEMATICS SERIES 4th / 5th Year - 2001 BLOCK

06 IT_036026 09 IT_013112 One boy completed 1960 marbles in his collection. This number consists of (A) (B ) (C) (D) 07 A unit of thousands, tens and 6 units in September. A unit of thousand, nine hun dred and six scores. A unit of thousands, 60 units. A unit of thousands, 90 unit s. IT_033226 Gilda bought disposable cups of 200 ml, to serve drinks at her birthday party. H ow many glasses will fill it with 1 liter of soda? (A) (B) (C) (D) 10 May 3 July 9 IT_034022 ________________________________________ ________________________________________ John's teacher asked him to break down a number and he did as follows: 4 x 1000 x 10 + 3 + 5 x What was the number one request? (A) (B) (C) (D) 08 A pack of gum containing 10 units, the net weight is 49 grams. In May we will ha ve packages how many grams? (A) (B) (C) (D) 11 4035 4305 5034 5304 IT_046244 59 64,245,295 IT_032468 ________________________________________ ________________________________________ Notice the kick that Bob likes to play. It is shaped like a cylinder. Coming to a city, Fabiano visited the local church. From there he went to the pa rk, then visiting the museum and theater, finally returning to the church. By ma king the map of his journey, Fabiano found forming a quadrilateral with two para llel sides and four different angles. What is the cast of the cylinder? Theater Museum (A) (B) The quadrilateral that represents the path of Fabiano is a (A) (B) (C) (D) squar e. diamond. trapeze. rectangle.

(C) (D) Notebook 01 5 Block 1 - Mathematics Block 2 - Mathematics MATHEMATICS SERIES 4th / 5th Year - 2002 BLOCK 01 IT_042276 03 IT_025206 All objects are filled with water. A farmer had 285 oxen. Purchased over 176 cattle and then sold 85 of them. How m any oxen that farmer have? (A) (B) (C) (D) 266 376 476 486 ________________________________________ 04 IT_046318 Which of them can contain exactly 1 liter of water? (A) (B) (C) (D) The jug jug jug A Barrel Mariana different figures pasted on a page in his notebook of Mathematics, as sh own in the diagram below. ________________________________________ 02 IT_023251 Vera bought for her daughter to school supplies below. How much she spent? These figures have in common (A) (B) (C) (D) the same size. the same number of sides. the shape of a square. the form of a rectangle. ________________________________________ 05 IT_024324 A lunch box prepared 558 loaves that were divided equally into 18 baskets. How m any loaves were placed in each basket? (A) (B) (C) (D) R \$ 22.80 R \$ 31.80 R \$ 3 2.80 R \$ 33.80 (A) (B) (C) (D) 31,310,554,783 7 Notebook 01 MATHEMATICS SERIES 4th / 5th Year - 2002 BLOCK 06 IT_010659 09 IT_013123 A biologist who studies the general characteristics of living beings spent time watching whales at sea: from July 5 to December 5. Based on the result of months of the year, how many months the biologist was at sea studying the behavior of whales? (A) (B) (C) (D) 2 months. 3 months.5 months. 6 months. A 4th grade teacher asked a student scored a timeline of the year 1940. Which point the student must score to set the requested task? (A) (B) (C) (D) A B C D IT_049669 ________________________________________ 07 IT_029504 ________________________________________ 10

We will measure the screw? Peter fertilizer from his garden. The part of the garden fertilized by Peter correspond to (A) (B) (C) (D) 11 The screw measures cm (A) (B) (C) (D) 2.1 cm. 2.2 cm. 2.3 cm. 2.5 cm. 10%. 30%. 40%. 75%. IT_024099 ________________________________________ Ricardo cycling in the street near his home, represented by the figure below. 30 m ________________________________________ 08 IT_033258 50 m Below the abacus, Cristina represented a number DM A C D U If it gives a complete tour around the square, walk (A) (B) (C) (D) 160 m. 100 m. 80 m. 60 m. What was the number represented by Cristina? (A) (B) (C) (D) 1314 4131 10 314 41 301 Notebook 01 8 Block 2 - Mathematics Block 3 - Portuguese PORTUGUESE LANGUAGE SERIES 4th / 5th Year - 2003 BLOCK TB_006560 TB_006538 The doll Wilhelmina This is my doll, Wilhelmina. She is a beautiful doll that pe es and poo. She is very nice too. It does everything I say. At bedtime, he compl ains a little. But after they fall asleep, he sleeps all night! Sometimes she wa kes in the night and says he is thirsty. Then I give her water. Then she pees an d I change her diaper. So I put in the closet Wilhelmina of punishment. But when she cries, I can not stand. I go out there and get my doll in her lap. The Wilh elmina is the most beautiful doll in the street. MUILAERT, A. The doll Wilhelmina. In: The stories of Penelope. São Paulo: Compan hia das Letrinhas, 1997, p. 17. Collection Castelo Ra-Tim-Bum - Vol 8. 5

10 ________________________________________ 01 IT_025998 The words "The Wilhelmina is the most beautiful doll in the street" (. 13-14) ex pressed (A) (B) (C) (D) an opinion of the lady on her doll. a review of the frie nds of the owner of the doll. a desire by the owner of Wilhelmina. something tha t happened with the doll and its owner. ________________________________________ 02 IT_025908 In the excerpt "But when she cries, I can not stand" (. 11-12), the underlined w ords mean in relation to the owner of the doll, feeling (A) (B) (C) (D) patience . penalty. anger. loneliness. RIMM. The choice of a wife. In: Matos, Magna Diniz; ASSUMPÇÃO, Solange Bonomo. O n the trail of the text: Literacy: New. São Paulo: Quintet Publishing, 2001, p.2 8-29. Notebook 01 10 PORTUGUESE LANGUAGE SERIES 4th / 5th Year - 2003 BLOCK 03 IT_024706 TB_007162 Ugly, dirty and unbeatable The third girl was chosen for the boy because she Coc kroaches are on Earth for more than (A) (B) (C) (D) has demonstrated the careful and patient. was faster than the others. proved that the last shall be first. l iked the lady in history. 5200 million years, surviving in a desert as the poles and can be up to 30 days without eating. Will face? Holiday, sun and beach are some of the good reasons to celebrate the arrival of summer and ________________________________________ 04 IT_025948 (Fragment) find that this is the best season. And it really would, were it not for one deta il: the cockroaches. Like us, they are also well animated 10 with the heat. Leve rage the acceleration of its biochemical processes to reproduce faster and of co urse, to pass freely through all the rooms of our homes. 15 This time of year, t he chances of bumping into the unwanted visitor, on waking at night to drink wat er or go to the bathroom, are three times higher. Magazine Galileo. Rio de Janeiro: Globo, No. 151, Feb. 2004, p. 26. In the text, the first lady was (A) (B) (C) (D) kind. smart. greedy. intelligent. ________________________________________ TB_006547 ________________________________________ 06 IT_035940 In the words "You want to go?" (4.), The question mark has the effect of Cocco, Maria Fernandes, Haile, Marco Antonio. Alp Literacy: analysis, language a nd thought. São Paulo: FTD, 1995, p. 149. (A) (B) (C) (D) present. prompting. challenge. question.

________________________________________ 05 IT_024673 ________________________________________ 07 IT_035926 The bike can be paid in (A) (B) (C) (D) three times. six times. eighteen times. twenty-six times. The expression "You want to go?" (4.) Is a trademark of language (A) (B) (C) (D) in science. formal. informal. regional. Notebook 01 11 Block 3 - Portuguese Block 3 - Portuguese PORTUGUESE LANGUAGE SERIES 4th / 5th Year - 2003 BLOCK TB_006559 10 IT_026386 Any life is a lot into the woods If we look from above, everything seems still. But inside is different. The forest is always in motion.There is life within he r that turns without stopping. Comes the wind. Come rain. Fall leaves. And we fi nd new leaves. The flowers come the fruits. And the fruits are food. The birds d rop the seeds. Seed new trees are born. The lights of the fireflies are stars on earth. And with the sun comes the day. Heats up the jungle. Illuminates the lea ves. Everything is color and movement. In the words "There is life within her that turns without stopping." (V. 4-5), t he underlined word refers to (A) (B) (C) (D) forest. rain. land. color. TB_007409 5 ________________________________________ 10 15 My name is Monica! My name is Monica! Ticuna Indians. Any life is much within the forest. In: The book of trees. 2. ed . General Organization of Bilingual Teachers Ticuna, 1998. p. 48. ________________________________________ 08 IT_024942 MY NAME IS Chives! The central idea of the text is (A) (B) (C) (D) 09 MY NAME IS Chives! the rain forest. the importance of Sun's life in the forest. the movement of wat er. IT_026405 WELL ... Needless to say! I read the magazine published!

________________________________________ What does the phrase "Heats the forest. Illuminates the leaves. Everything is co lor and movement. "(V. 17-19) is because (A) (B) (C) (D) appear Stars. spring fl owers. comes the sun. comes the wind. ________________________________________ 11 IT_032904 The purpose of the text is (A) (B) (C) (D) alert. advertising. criticize. fun. Notebook 01 12 PORTUGUESE LANGUAGE SERIES 4th / 5th Year - 2004 BLOCK TB_006609 BIRD, M. Practical Handbook of witchcraft. 2. ed. São Paulo: Editora Attica, 199 7. p. 25. ________________________________________________________________________________ _____ 01 IT_026026 In the text, a funny switch is (A) (B) (C) (D) "Tie a bundle of twigs." The mode rn version of the broom has its limitations. "" Hit a hard surface. "Thread the cable broom in the beam. " ________________________________________________________________________________ _____ 02 IT_025878 In the words "Where the broom does not pay, she may have other uses.", The under lined word refers to (A) (B) (C) (D) time of flight. Witch stick. witch hurt. ma gic broom. ________________________________________________________________________________ _____ 03 IT_026030 The text is fun, mainly because (A) (B) (C) (D) has a timid and clumsy witch. gi ves instructions on how to make a broom. teaches how the witch should clean your house. deals with how to make a broom and use it on the stove. 14 Notebook 01 Block 4 - Portuguese Block 4 - Portuguese PORTUGUESE LANGUAGE SERIES 4th / 5th Year - 2004 BLOCK TB_007676 Eva Furnari Eva Furnari - A leading figure of literature for children. Furnari Eva was born in Rome (Italy) in 1948 and arrived in Brazil in 1950 and settled in São Paulo. Since very young, his attraction were the books of prints - not because some str angeness imagine Ia involved with color pencils and brushes, drawing worlds and characters to inhabit Ios ... May His creative abilities forwarded it on, first, by exposing the population of Fine Arts in 1971, drawings and paintings at the

Association of Friends of the Museum of Modern Art in a solo show. Simultaneousl y, he attended the School of Architecture and Urbanism, USP, graduating in 1976. However, erect buildings became unattractive when she found the experience of v isual narratives. He began his career as an author and illustrator, publishing s tories without verbal text, that is counted only for images. His first book was released by Attica in 1980, Blind man's bluff, inaugurating the collection Fish Live, awarded by the National Book Foundation Children and Youth - FNLlJ. Throug hout his career, Eva Furnari received many awards, they include the land turtle of "Best Picture" - Trucks (Attica, 1991), The Witch Zelda and 80 sweets (1986) and Little Angel (1998) - seven academic awards from the FNLlJ and APCA Award fo r his body of work. http:llcaracal. imagined. cam / autogas rafas / evafurnari / index. html 10 15 ________________________________________________________________________________ _____ 04 IT_035175 In the excerpt "Throughout his career, Eva Furnari received awards, they include the tortoise" (. 14), the highlighted word refers to (A) pencil. (B) books. (C) brushes. (D) awards. ________________________________________________________________________________ _____ 05 IT_042369 The section that contains an idea of time is (A) (B) (C) (D) "Eva Furnari was born in Rome." (. 1-2) "rooting themselves in Sao Paulo." (2.) "Graduating in 1976." (8.) "His first book was released by Attica. (11.) Notebook 01 15 PORTUGUESE LANGUAGE SERIES 4th / 5th Year - 2004 BLOCK TB_006865 Text I Text II _________________________________________ 06 IT_029726 ________________________________________ 07 IT_029954 Both texts talk about parents, but only the second text (A) (B) (C) (D) deals wi th the schedules imposed by their parents. comments about the reprimands from pa rents. talks about the games their parents. discusses what parents do. In the text "MY DIARY", phrases like: "Father is a business fire ..." "... the B ill is the biggest lazy ..." "... a mixed game." Indicate a type of language use d more by (A) (B) (C) (D) old. teachers. children. scientists. 16 Notebook 01 Block 4 - Portuguese

Block 4 - Portuguese PORTUGUESE LANGUAGE 4th SERIES - PACK 04 TB_007156 TB_006960 The boy who lied A pastor used to take his flock out of the village. One day she decided to play a trick on the neighbors. A wolf! A wolf! Help! He'll eat my sh eep! Neighbors dropped work and rushed out into the field to rescue the boy. But they found him in stitches. There was no wolf. Yet again he made the same joke and everyone came to help, and he teased everyone. But one day the wolf actually appeared and began attacking the sheep. Scared to death, the boy ran. A wolf! A wolf! Help! The neighbors heard, but felt that it was mockery. Nobody bailed ou t and lost shepherd the whole flock. Nobody believes a liar when it speaks the t ruth. BENNETT, William J. The Book of Virtues for children. Rio de Janeiro: Frontier N ew, 1997. As you know last name Frankenstein was made with pieces of different people: the leg was one, the arm of another, five head of a third and so on. Besides the re sult was a disaster there was a serious problem 10 at the time Frankenstein was to take ID. How to give identity to whom it was a mixture of several people? 15 The thing was resolved only when someone remembered that a condominium each apar tment is a different owner. 20 Thus Frankenstein Condominium won first and last names like everyone else. 5 10 15 20 _______________________________________ 08 IT_035944 The text aims to Paes, Jose Paulo. Lé with Chalk. Are (A) (B) (C) (D) give information. make an advertisement. register an event. convey a lesson. Paul: Attica, 1996. ________________________________________ 10 IT_032840 _______________________________________ 09 IT_035957 The subject of the text is as (A) (B) (C) (D) people solve their problems. peopl e get ID. condo in a building is formed. Frankenstein won a surname. In the end, one can understand that (A) (B) (C) (D) the sheep have escaped from the pastor. neighbors startled the flock. the wolf ate the whole flock. the youn g pastor asked for help. Notebook 01 17

PORTUGUESE LANGUAGE 4th SERIES - PACK 04 TB_006513 Toda Mafalda. Joaquin Salvador Lavado (Quino). São Paulo: Martins Fontes, 1993, p. 111. ________________________________________________________________________________ _____ 11 IT_024952 The girl's text (A) (B) (C) (D) cry of grief to find that it is replacing teeth. are exchanging their milk teeth and do not like it. complains of pain you feel when changing teeth. uses a mirror to observe the beauty of your teeth. Notebook 01 18 Block 4 - Portuguese Answer Sheet - 4th (5 years) of elementary school MINISTRY OF EDUCATION NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH - INEP BOARD OF ASSESSMENT OF BASIC EDUCATION - CEAD NAME (A) STUDENT (A ):_______________________________________________________ ANSWER SHEET Notebook 01 BLOCK 1 MATHEMATICS 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 BLOCK 2 MATHEMATICS BLOCK 3 PORTUGUESE LANGUAGE BLOCK 4 PORTUGUESE LANGUAGE 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 BOOKLET SERIES 4th / 5th year of elementary school Feedback 4th (5 years) of elementary school Mathematics Block 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Position 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 descriptor 25 9 28 22 1 15 16 2 7 18 4 feedback CDBBBBADBCC Block 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 Position 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 descriptor 6 23 19 3 20 8 22 13 14 21 11 feedback BCBBACDC ADA Portuguese Language Block 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 Position 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 descriptor 11 3 4 7 1 14 10 6 8 2 9 feedback ABACACCCCAD Block 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 Position 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 descriptor 13 2 5 2 12 15 10 9 4 6 5 BDADCDCDCDB feedback

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