PROOF OF GAUGING OF PRIMARY

2008
TO BE COMPLETED BY STUDENT Name
Category Teacher Applicator
TO BE COMPLETED BY GROUPING number of conventional conventional Student Number S
tudent
TO BE COMPLETED BY U.A. Number of conventional grouping
Proof of Verification Portuguese Language
1. Cylce of Basic Education
2008
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GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS ON THE EVIDENCE
The proof has two parts. You have 45 minutes to answer each part and at the end
of the first part, there is an interval of 25 minutes.
1. PART During the first part, you will answer questions on each text that you a
re presented for reading. Below, you'll solve a series of questions about the fu
nctioning of the Portuguese language. If you finish ahead of schedule, you shoul
d take the opportunity to reveres your answer. After the break, you can not amen
d or supplement the answers given in the first part. 2. PART During the second p
art, you will write a text. If you finish ahead of schedule, you should take the
opportunity to reread the text you wrote.
You have to follow the instructions below you are given. • Responds in the leaf
of the race, or ballpoint pen, blue or black ink. • You can not use corrective o
r 'pen-pencil. " • On some issues, you have to choose and mark (s) answer (s) ri
ght (s) elsewhere, you must write the answer. • In questions where only you have
to tick the (s) answer (s) right (s), if you make a mistake and you put X in th
e wrong square, scratch that square and put the sign in place that feels right.
• For other questions, if you need to change an answer, scratch-ahead and write
the new answer. • In the second part, you should make a draft text on a sheet of
its own, you are given. You can use pencil and eraser. • When you pass the text
to a clean sheet of proof, if you need to change what you wrote, scratch and wr
ites again.
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1. Part
Read the text carefully.
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The writing, as we know it today is the result of an incredible evolution. The e
arliest writings were written in clay, stone, wood, bamboo and bone. The Egyptia
ns were the first to use a flexible material and practical, made from stems of p
apyrus, a plant that grows on the banks of the Nile. Nearly 100 years after the
beginning of our era, the Chinese invented a technique for making paper from tre
es. This technique, practical and effective, quickly came to be used by several
people. The German Johannes Gutenberg invented the press in 1450. Before this in

vention, each book was hand copied by monks at a rate of three or four
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10 pages per day. With the press, print, 300 pages per day! The knowledge has be
come accessible to all and new ideas have expanded rapidly. The first typewriter
was put to work by American Christopher Sholes in 1867. Activated by a lever, e
ach key on a beat tape with paint, which printed a letter on a sheet of paper. 1
5 The computer replaced the typewriter, because it became possible to produce wr
itten documents much more quickly. Furthermore, it is largely responsible for th
e revolution in communications. And you know why? Because these small wonders ca
n communicate with each other! The first communication or connection between two
computers was made in 20 U.S. city of Los Angeles in 1969. Currently, music, te
xt and images circulate in the four corners of the globe thanks to the Internet,
a giant network that connects millions of users around the world.
QA International, my album of Inventions and Discoveries, Lisbon, Impala Publish
ers, 2006 (adapted)
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Responds to what you are asked about the text you just read, following the guide
lines that you are given.
1. X Notes with the option to complete the sentence, according to the meaning of
the text. This text was written to explain how to write machine. writing was ch
anging. it invented the Internet. operates a computer.
2. The text shows us some dates of important events. Follow the example and comp
lete correspondence between each event and its date.
100 Year Year 1450 Year 1867 Year 1969
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2
3
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The German Johannes Gutenberg invented the press. He became the first connection
between two computers.
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The Chinese invented a technique for making paper. The first typewriter was put
to work.
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3. According to information from the text, with X marks the statements true (T)
and false (F). Affirmations have long write-up on clay, stone, wood, bamboo and
bone. The Egyptians used the papyrus for writing. V F
The paper, invented by the Chinese, had wide acceptance.
Before the press there were no books.
The press made the production of books quickly and easily.
The first typewriter was invented by Gutenberg.

The Internet is a network that connects computers to each other.
4. The text says that computers are small wonders. Explain, in your own words, t
he statement stressed.
5. Think of a suitable title to the text you read. Write the title in what you t
hought.
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6. A text like the one east can only be found in some publications. Notes with X
, in the following table, the four publications where you could find this kind o
f text. Publications Journal magazine poetry book textbook storybook cookbook fr
ee dictionary
7. There are many activities that can be done using the Internet. Reads indicate
d below and choose your favorite. Send and receive a free Find a Consult Consult
a map book Listening to music Knowing a museum Watch a Video Playing
In a short text, indicates that the activity chosen and presented two reasons fo
r this preference.
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Read the poem below, to find out how simple objects are important.
The first mechanical pencil I can live without sun, without anyone on my side. B
ut just can not live without my pencil. Squeegee with her fingers, is a wand, sh
ort match that lit flames of imagination. Bird beak black, black, black coal, ta
ke me with your wings to my voice and song. I call the sun and friends, so in my
own way, traveling only on paper with a pencil.
Ducla Louise Smith, The Horse in Time, Lisbon, Editora Civilization, 2003
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8. In the poem, the author associates with his pencil the two objects and an ani
mal. Completes the picture. Follow the example.
wand Objects
Line 6
Animal
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09. X Notes with the option to complete the sentence, according to the meaning o
f the poem. The author draws the wand to his pencil, because it is as thin as a
stick. transforms everything it touches. walk to run between the fingers. spends
his dreams for the paper.
10. X Notes with the option to complete the sentence, according to the meaning o
f the poem. In this poem, the author gives us to understand that likes to have w
ings to fly paper. Brilliant ideas for writing. melodious voice to enchant. ampl
e space to live.

11. X marks the correct option, according to the meaning of the poem. What does
the phrase 'my way' (line 14)? with good manners in any way to my liking in ever
y way and shape
12. The author of this poem when he writes does not feel alone. When writing, al
so feel the same? Justify your answer.
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Respond now to what you are asked about the functioning of the Portuguese langua
ge.
13. There are words that are formed from other words. pencil
pencil-case
is formed by
+-Eira
Complete the picture with the words they use to form hair, trap, strap, dust and
toe. Follow the example.
hair crab trap dust toe strap
shoe
+ +-Eira, eira, eira + + +-eira, eira, eira +
14. Fill in the blanks with the correct word.
During lessons well, ___________ read and write. I
voice I love to read in high ___________. ye
creates Today ___________ read a book of adventures! wanted
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15. Read the sentence that follows. Ana takes the books and notebooks and the ca
se and rule in the backpack and lunch. Rewrite this sentence, replacing three ti
mes the 'e' by the appropriate punctuation mark.
16. Not always choose a book that pleases us. Sometimes we are happy, sometimes
we are sad ... With eight of the words in the table below, complete each speech
bubble.
boring awful worried
Soft fun interesting
annoyed angry worse
best thoughtful fantastic
Happy reader:

Reader sad:

Yesterday, I read a book so ______________! The story was ______________ _______
_______ and illustrations. ______________ Was the book I have ever read!
Yesterday, I read a book so ______________! The story was ______________ _______
_______ and illustrations. ______________ Was the book I have ever read!
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17. Read the various meanings of the word proof, as they appear in a dictionary.
No evidence f. An act to prove the truth, 2 which proves, proving, 3 assessment
test, four sporting competition; 5 act to prove a food.
In the sentences below, the word race has many meanings. Choose the most appropr
iate in each sentence and write your number on. Follow the example.
2
When someone complains, must report to a test. We went to a cheese tasting durin
g the trip. The race went scouting me well. The John won the athletic competitio
n.
18. You have here a recipe with which you must follow the instructions for writi
ng a good text. Read the recipe first.€Then fill in the blanks with appropriate
forms of the verbs in brackets.
Recipe
To write a good text recalls the texts that you know. Choose some fun ideas, mix
ing them with great imagination and let them soak for a few minutes ... (Thinkin
g) __________ what you will write. (Organizing) __________ a plan to explain eve
rything very well and avoid repetitions. (Write) __________ the text on your pag
e and (use) __________ the words you like most. As the text grows, (split) _____
_____ ideas into paragraphs. Finally, (make) __________ a title and your text (r
ead) __________ everything very carefully to see if the text was really deliciou
s!
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HERE!
No advances in evidence until the teacher said.
If you finished ahead of schedule, you should take the opportunity to review you
r proof.
2. Part
As I was told you before, you will now write a text 20-25 lines.
There are many objects that we use to write: a pencil, a pencil, a pen, a typewr
iter or even a computer. Imagine that for a day, you could turn yourself in one
of these objects. To count as these would be fantastic twenty-four hours, he thi
nks - that the subject would like to be - who would be your masters - in which t
ime and place would live - what you might happen - how would that thy days so di
fferent .
Before starting to write, pay attention to the following instructions: • write t
he text that you have been asked; • Complete, as appropriate, the title "If I we
re ...»; • respects the number of lines shown (the sheet has lines numbered to f
acilitate counting) • is a draft, in pencil on the sheet itself; • reviews, with
care, the draft and fixes whatever is necessary, • copy the text to the sheet o

f proof, in legible writing The pen or ballpoint pen, blue ink or black • do not
use correction • if you make a mistake, scratch and writes again.
You have 45 minutes to do the job.
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