Arbeitsblatt: YW4 Unit 3

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Test mit 3 Niveaus
Englisch
Grammatik
6. Schuljahr
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English Unit 3 Grammar and words Die Schüler können die regelmässige Vergangenheitsform bilden und kennen die besprochenen unregelmässigen Vergangenheitsformen. A) Teiltest in drei Niveaustufen Die Schülerinnen und Schüler wählen den Schwierigkeitsgrad ihres Teiltests selber, nachdem sie die Kriterien erhalten haben. Grundanforderung: Du kannst regelmässige und unregelmässige Verben, die auf Englisch neben den Lücken stehen, in die Vergangenheitsform setzen. (max. Note 5 möglich) Erhöhte Anforderung 1: Du kannst regelmässige und unregelmässige Verben in die Vergangenheitsform setzen. Du suchst dabei das passende Verb, das auf Englisch unter dem Text steht, aus. (max. Note 5.5 möglich) Erhöhte Anforderung 2: Du kannst regelmässige und unregelmässige Verben in die Vergangenheitsform setzen. Du suchst dabei das passende Verb, das auf Deutsch unter dem Text steht, aus. (max. Note 6 möglich) B) Du kannst einen kurzen Text in der Vergangenheit schreiben. Du verstehst die Wörter der Unit 3, kannst sie anwenden und übersetzen. Regular and irregular past tense Travelling back in time (Erhöhte Anforderung 1) Fill in the gaps. Use the verbs from the box below. Write them in the past tense. Dont forget that some verbs change their spelling in the past form. small boy, who at the top of the mast, out „land! Joseph Banks up the mast and small shark in the water. The discovery in 1769. Fanny Kemble in England and the USA from 1809 to 1893. She famous actress. She the journey from Liverpool to Manchester enormously. Fanny Kemble never the train ride. In Manchester many people angry and against this new machinery. The little girl because she hurt her knee. My grandmother red socks for my grandfather. People by ship In bad storms many of them . Mrs Coutts life jackets for her children but not for herself. So she the life jacket from friendly man. The man: „Take my life jacket. One of the maids Samuel Pepys of great fire. So he and up hill where he could see the fire. Many people their houses./22P. knit get up live be (3x) see take drown happen lose say have travel go call cry tell climb protest enjoy forget Regular and irregular past tense Travelling back in time (erhöhte Anforderung 2) Fill in the gaps. Use the verbs from the box below. Write them in the past tense. Dont forget that some verbs change their spelling in the past form. small boy, who at the top of the mast, out „land! Joseph Banks up the mast and small shark in the water. The discovery in 1769. Fanny Kemble in England and the USA from 1809 to 1893. She famous actress. She the journey from Liverpool to Manchester enormously. Fanny Kemble never the train ride. In Manchester many people angry and against this new machinery. The little girl because she hurt her knee. My grandmother red socks for my grandfather. People by ship In bad storms many of them . Mrs Coutts life jackets for her children but not for herself. So she the life jacket from friendly man. The man: „Take my life jacket. One of the maids Samuel Pepys of great fire. So he and up hill where he could see the fire. Many people their houses./22P. stricken gehen ertrinken leben sein (3x) klettern geniessen sehen aufstehen geschehen/sich ereignen protestieren vergessen reisen sagen rufen verlieren nehmen weinen haben erzählen Regular and irregular past tense Travelling back in time (Grundanforderung) Fülle die Lücken, indem du die Verben in Klammer in die Vergangenheitsform setzt. Denk daran, dass sich bei einigen Verben die Schreibweise ändern kann. small boy, who (be) at the top of the mast, (call out) „land! Joseph Banks (climb up) the mast and (see) small shark in the water. The discovery (happen) in 1769. Fanny Kemble (live) in England and the USA from 1809 to 1893. She (be) famous actress. She (enjoy) the journey from Liverpool to Manchester enormously. Fanny Kemble never (forget) the train ride. In Manchester many people (be) angry and (protest) against this new machinery. The little girl (cry) because she hurt her knee. My grandmother (knit) red socks for my grandfather. People (travel) by ship. In bad storms many of them (drown). Mrs Coutts (have) life jackets for her children but not for herself. So she (take) the life jacket from friendly man. The man (say): „Take my life jacket. One of the maids (tell) Samuel Pepys of great fire. So he(get up) and (go up) hill where he could see the fire. Many people (lose) their houses./22P.