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UNIVERSIDADES DE ANDALUCÍA

PRUEBA DE ACCESO A LA UNIVERSIDAD

 

BACHlLLERATO

PRUEBA TIPO

ANÁLISIS DE TEXTO EN LENGUA EXTRANJERA (INGLÉS)

 

Instrucciones:

 

a) Duración: Una hora y treinta minutos.

b) La puntuación de cada pregunta está indicada en las mismas.

THE DRUG TRADE

While living in London in the late 1980s, producer Laura Bickford happened to watch a TV miniseries entitled "Traffic-, which followed a drug route from Pakistan to Great Britain. As Bickford recalls, "The story stayed with me. When I moved back to the United States, I began to notice that, several times a week, newspapers were reporting on drug trafficking. There were social issue stories, stories about law enforcement, and stories about prisons and drugs."

That was how the film "Traffic. (2000) got started. Directed by Steven Soderbergh, who is well ­known for other films like "Erin Brockovich," this is a contemporary thriller about the world of the drug trade as seen through several interrelated stories, some of which are very personal and some of which are full of intrigue and danger. A Mexican policeman, who works on the border, has to resist temptations of power and money. In the United States, Robert Wakefield is fighting against the drug traffic, but at home he must deal with his teenage daughter's addiction. As the director explains: "Drugs are one of the key social issues in our culture today: everyone knows someone who has been touched by it. This film shows how drugs are affecting our world, our children, families, politics, everything."

(A) COMPREHENSION (4 points)

a) ANSWER QUESTIONS 1-2 ACCORDING TO THE INFORMATION GIVEN IN THE TEXT. USE YOUR OWN WORDS. (1 point per answer).

1) What made L. Bickford produce the film "Traffic"?­

2) Is there only one story in "Traffic"? Why?

b) ARE THESE STATEMENTS TRUE OR FALSE ? JUSTIFY YOUR ANSWERS WITH WORDS OR PHRASES FROM THE TEXT. (0.5 points per answer)

3) L. Bickford was in London on holidays, when she watched the miniseries "Traffic".

4) In the United States, there were news on drugs weekly.

5) "Traffic" was Soderbergh's only film as a director.

6) R. Wakefield has a drug problem in his family.

(B) USE OF ENGLlSH (3 points)

7) Find in the text the word which has the following definition: (0.25 points)

"way taken or planned from one place to another"

8) Find in the text one opposite for EMPTY (adjective) and one synonym for FRONTIER (noun). (0.5 points)

9) Give,an adjective with the same root as POWER (noun). (0.25 points)

10) Turn the following sentence into reported speech : ( 0.5 points)

The director said: "everybody knows someone who has been touched by drugs"

11) Turn the following sentence into the passive voice : ( 0.5 points)

Drugs are affecting everything.

12) Give a question for the underlined words. (0,5 points)

This thriller is about the druq trade.

13) Join the following sentences using a relative pronoun . Make changes if necessary. ( 0.5 points)

R. Wakefield is fighting against the drug traffic. His daughter is a drug addict.

(C) PRODUCTION (3 points)

14) WRITE A COMPOSITION ( 80-100 WORDS). CHOOSE ONE OF THE FOLLOWING OPTIONS. SPECIFY YOUR OPTION.

a) How do drugs affect our society?

b) Do you read the newspaper? Why?

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SOLUCIONARIO

UNIVERSIDADES DE ANDALUCÍA

PRUEBA DE ACCESO A LA UNIVERSIDAD

 

BACHILLERATO

PRUEBA TIPO

ANÁLISIS DE TEXTO EN . LENGUA EXTRANJERA (INGLÉS)

 

Instrucciones:

 

a) Duración: Una hora y treinta minutos.

b) La puntuación de cada pregunta está indicada en las mismas.

 

THE DRUG TRADE: SOLUCIONARIO

(A) COMPREHENSION (4 points)

c) ANSWER QUESTIONS 1-2 ACCORDING TO THE INFORMATION GIVEN IN THE TEXT. USE YOUR OWN WORDS . (1 point per answer)

1) What made L. Bickford produce the film "Traffic"?

SHE WATCHED AN INTERESTING MINISERIES ON TV AND LATER SHE NOTICED THAT THERE WERE OFTEN NEWS ABOUT THE DRUG TRAFFIC IN THE NEWSPAPERS.

2) Is there only one story in "Traffic"? Why? .

NO, THERE ARE SEVERAL STORIES: ABOUT A MEXICAN POLICEMAN, AN AMERICAN FATHER, AND A YOUNG ADDICT.

d) ARE THESE STATEMENTS TRUE OR FALSE? JUSTIFY YOUR ANSWERS WITH WORDS OR PHRASES FROM THE TEXT. (0.5 points per answer)

3) L. Bickford was in London on holidays, when she watched the miniseries "Traffic".

FALSE: "WHILE LIVING IN LONDON..." (LINE 1)

4) In the United States, there were news on drugs weekly.

FALSE: "SEVERAL TIMES A WEEK" (LINES 3-4)

5) "Traffic" was Soderbergh's only film" as a director.

FALSE: "HE IS WELL-KNOWN FOR OTHER FILMS, LIKE... (LINES 6-7)

6) R. Wakefield has a drug problem in his tamily.

TRUE: "HIS TEENAGE DAUGHTER" (LINE 11)

(B) USE OF ENGLISH ( 3 points )

 

7) Find in the text the word which has the following definition: (0.25 points)

"way taken or planned from one place to another" ROUTE (LINE 2)

8) Find in the text one opposite tor EMPTY (adjective) and one synonym tor FRONTIER (noun).

FULL (LINE 8), BORDER (LINE 9) (0.5 points)

9) Give an adjective with the same root as POWER (noun). (0.25 points)

POWERFUL, POWERLESS

10) Turn the following sentence into reported speech : (0.5 points)

The director said: "Everybody knows someone who has been touched by drugs" THE DIRECTOR SAID THAT EVERYBODY KNEW SOMEONE WHO HAD BEEN TOUCHED BY DRUGS

11) Turn the following sentence joto the passive voice : (0.5 points)

Drugs are affecting everything.

EVERYTHING IS BEING AFFECTED BY DRUGS

12) Give a question for the underlined words. (0.5 points)

This thriller is about the drug trade.

WHAT IS THIS THRILLER ABOUT?

13) Join the following sentences using a relative pronoun . Make changes if necessary. (0.5 points)

R. Wakefield is fighting against the drug traffic. His daughter is a drug addict.

R. WAKEFIELD, WHOSE DAUGHTER IS A DRUG ADDICT, IS FIGHTING AGAINST THE DRUG TRAFFIC

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 CRITERIOS GENERALES DE CORRECCIÓN

 

COMPREHENSION (4 puntos)

 

Esta sección se estructura en dos apartados:

-  Cada una de las dos preguntas vale 1 punto, del que 0'5 corresponde a la comprensión y 0'5 a expresión. En caso de que se responda acertadamente pero copiando del texto, se obtendrá 0'5 puntos en comprensión y 0 puntos en corrección gramatical, por no haber habido una producción propia. Si no se demostrara comprensión, la puntuación de la respuesta será 0. (Puntuación total del apartado: 2 puntos)

-  Cuatro preguntas del tipo verdadero/falso, en las que el/la estudiante deberá justificar su respuesta según el texto. Cada una de las preguntas vale 0'5 absoluto, y si no se justifica la respuesta, la puntuación será 0. (Puntuación total de apartado: 2 puntos)

USE OF ENGLISH (3 puntos)

 

Las preguntas del léxico serán puntuadas con 0'25 absoluto, o nada, sin gradación posible.

La puntuación de las preguntas de gramática será de esta manera:

  • La respuesta es correcta y no presenta ningún otro error: 0'5 puntos.
  • La respuesta es correcta, pero tiene otro error: 0'25 puntos.
  • No se responde a lo que expresamente se pide : 0 puntos.

El contenido semántico de las oraciones que el/la estudiante produzca no tiene por qué coincidir necesariamente con la información del texto.

 

-  PRODUCTION (3 puntos)

 

En esta sección se valorará la capacidad de expresar ideas y comunicarse en inglés aceptable . Se tendrán en cuenta tres apartados:

Corrección gramatical (los errores repetidos sólo se tendrán una vez en cuenta).

Riqueza y precisión léxica

Aspectos textuales y comunicativos.

Cada uno de estos apartados será calificado con 0; 0'25; 0'50; 0'75; ó 1 punto, dependiendo del grado de adecuación.

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