III. Uzupełnij poniższe zdania, używając podanego wyrazu w niezmienionej formie, tak
aby zachować znaczenie zdania wyjściowego. Użyj od dwóch do pięciu wyrazów.
(3 pkt) 1. We are certain she is visiting her friend who is ill.
MUST She …………………………………… her friend who is ill.
2. It wasn’t necessary to take a sleeping bag as we are going to sleep in a hotel.
TAKEN You …..……………………… a sleeping bag as we are going to sleep in a hotel.
3. It isn’t necessary for us to submit the term paper this month.
HAVE We …………………………………… the term paper this month.
IV. Przeczytaj tekst. Do każdej części tekstu (1.–4.) dopasuj nagłówek, podsumowujący jej
treść (A–E) i wpisz w każdą kratkę odpowiednią literę. Jeden nagłówek został podany
dodatkowo i nie odnosi się do żadnej części tekstu. (4 pkt) ADVANTAGES OF HOMESCHOOLING Homeschooling is becoming increasingly popular and it is estimated that about two million children in the US currently learn at home. Homeschooled kids do well on standardized tests, succeed at colleges and universities, and, as adults, excel in their professional lives. Moreover, homeschooling gives both pupils and their parents a great degree of freedom. Below is a list of the most important liberties offered by homeschooling as opposed to the intrinsic restraints of traditional education.
Most homeschooled students have the choice to study and learn what they want, when they want, for as long as they want. This is not to say that all the basic topics and subjects aren’t covered. But those basics may be covered at age six for one child, and at age ten for another, depending on ability, maturity, and interest levels.
After the initial shock of leaving the school system has passed, parents who homeschool say they experience a real sense of freedom. With their lives no longer revolving around school hours, homework, and the school calendar, these families plan off-season vacations, visit parks and museums during the week, and live their lives according to what works for them.
Sadly, peer pressure, competition, boredom, and bullies are all part of a typical school day. Homeschooled kids can dress and act and think the way they want, without fear of ridicule or a need to fit in or catch up with their peers. They live in the real world, where lives aren’t dictated by adolescent trends and dangerous experimentation.
Many families feel their spiritual beliefs and needs are an important part of their identity. Homeschooling provides the opportunity for parents to incorporate their beliefs into their daily lives.
Adapted from “The Pros and Cons of Homeschooling” by Isabel Shaw
published on school.familyeducation.com
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