Complete the sentences below.
Write NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS for each answer.
Effects of weather on mood
21 Phil and Stella’s goal is to ______ the hypothesis that weather has an effect on a person’s mood.
22 They expect to find that ‘good’ weather (weather which is ______ and ______ ) has a positive effect on a person’s mood.
23 Stella defines effect on mood’ as a ______ in the way a person feels.
What information was given by each writer?
Choose your answers from the box and write the letters A-F next to Questions 24-27.
A the benefits of moving to a warmer environment
В the type of weather with the worst effect on mood
C how past events affect attitudes to weather
D the important effect of stress on mood
E the important effect of hours of sunshine on mood
F psychological problems due to having to cope with bad weather
Choose THREE letters A-H
Which THREE things do Phil and Stella still have to decide on?
A how to analyse their results
В their methods of presentation
C the design of their questionnaire
D the location of their survey
E weather variables to be measured
F the dates of their survey
G the size of their survey
H the source of data on weather variables
Choose TWO letters A-F
Which two of the following problems are causing concern to educational authorities in the USA?
A differences between rich and poor students
В high numbers dropping out of education
C falling standards of students
D poor results compared with other nationalities
E low scores of overseas students
F differences between rural and urban students
Questions 33 -34
Choose TWO letters A-F
According to the speaker, what are two advantages of reducing class sizes?
A more employment for teachers
В improvement in general health of the population
C reduction in number of days taken off sick by teachers
D better use of existing buildings and resources
E better level of education of workforce
F availability of better qualified teachers
Questions 35 -40
Complete the table below.
Write NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS AND/OR A NUMBER for each answer.
|State||Schools involved||Number of students participating||Key findings||Problems|
|Tennessee||about 70 schools||in total 35 _____||significant benefit especially for 36 _____ pupils||– lack of agreement on implications of data|
|California||37 _____ schools||1.8 million||very little benefit||– shortage of 38 _____, especially poorer areas|
– no proper method for 39 _____ of project
|Wisconsin||14 schools (with pupils from 40 _____ families)||similar results to Tennessee project|
|1. 230 South Road||21. investigate|
|2. 18||22. sunny (and) warm|
|3. activities (and/&) workshops||23. change|
|4. 250||24. F|
|5. interactive||25. D|
|6. material(s)||26. C|
|7. insurance||27. B|
|8. publicity||28. B|
|9. programme||29. F|
|10. not available/unavailable||30. H|
|11. A||31. A|
|12. C||32. D|
|13. B||33. B|
|14. A||34. E|
|15. C||35. 12000|
|16. B||36. minority|
|17. E||37. all|
|18. G||38. teachers|
|19. H||39. (the) evaluation|
|20. C||40. poor|