5 de março de 2020

Inglês 8ºano - Atividades com textos muito pequenos sobre bullying (simple future-will) Gabarito e habilidades

**Gabarito no final**

Read the text below to answer the questions 1-2.

If you’re unfamiliar with the concept, music shaming is basically the act of criticizing someone for having musical preferences that differ from your own. […]
Maybe it’s a matter of self-validation, and criticizing someone else’s musical taste makes you feel better about your own. […] Whatever the reason, it’s flawed, it’s hurtful, and it’s just not cool. […]

Available at: theodysseyonline.com

criticizing: criticar, reprovar
differ: diferenciam, diferem
flawed: errado
self-validation: autovalidação
taste: gosto
whatever: independentemente

1. Choose the alternative that states a true information about the text.
a) Music shaming is a form of bullying.
b) Music shaming is not a real situation.
c) Music shaming is not a form of bullying. It’s a form of respect.
d) Music shaming only happens to people who listen to pop music.

2. Read the text again and pay attention to the words in bold. Which of these words have a prefix that means “the opposite of something”?
a) Differ
b) Hurtful
c) Flawed
d) Unfamiliar

Read the text below to answer the questions 3-5.

So A […] decided to gather up some of her friends […] They would talk about me and say very mean things that would make me cry […]

A: representa uma pessoa cujo nome não se deseja revelar
mean things: coisas ruins, coisas maldosas
to gather up: reunir

3. According to the text, which type of bullying did the anonymous writer suffer?
a) Intimidation
b) Cyberbullying
c) Verbal bullying
d) Physical bullying

4. Complete the following sentences using the relative pronouns: who, which, whose e which.

a) Bullying, _________ is very cruel, can hurt the victim.
b) Bullying is a problem __________ happens to a lot of people at school.
c) The anonymous writer, __________ friends started to bully, suffered a lot.
d) The people ___________ practiced bullying were not the anonymous writer real friends.

5. Read the excerpt from the text again and pay attention to the word in bold. Then, use this word to create a sentence about bullying.

So A […] decided to gather up some of her friends […].


6. Read the text below and compare it with the one from activity 3. Then, check all the true sentences about them.

a) ( ) Both texts represent the same type of bullying.
b) ( ) The texts show that bullying can exist in different ways.
c) ( ) Both texts talk about actions that can embarrass and hurt people.
d) ( ) The act of saying cruel things about people can happen in cyberbullying as well.

What is cyberbullying?
Cyberbullying is the use of technology to harass, threaten, embarrass, or target another person. By definition, it occurs among young people. […] Sometimes cyberbullying can be easy to spot − […] a text, tweet, or response to a status update on Facebook that is harsh, mean, or cruel. Other acts are less obvious, like impersonating a victim online or posting personal information, photos, or videos designed to hurt or embarrass another person. […] 

Available at: kidshealth.org

easy to spot: fácil de detectar
embarrass: constranger, envergonhar
harass: atormentar, incomodar
harsh: desagradável, violento
impersonating: passar-se por alguém, imitar
target: tornar alvo
threaten: ameaçar

7. Match the parts to complete the questions. Then, find the answers.

a) What is your school going to
b) What will
c) What will you do to help a friend
d) What are you going to tell

( ) who was bullied?
( ) a friend who bullies people?
( ) do to help prevent bullying?
( ) your family do to know more about bullying?

Now, find the answers to the questions above.
( ) My family will search for information about it on the internet.
( ) I am going to tell her that she is hurting people and must stop.
( ) I will tell him to ignore the bullies and to count on his real friends.
( ) My school is going to teach students about the consequences of bullying.

8. Imagine you read a news article online, in which a specialist gave his predictions about the future of cyberbullying 50 years from now. How would this news article be? Complete the information in the chart below.

9. Now, using the information you organized in activity 8, write the news article about the specialist’s predictions for the future of cyberbullying. Don’t forget to use the Simple Future (will) – and to include the elements you listed before.

10. Considering the news article you produced, answer the questions below.

a) Did you include the main items of a news article (headline, byline, body and conclusion)?
Yes. ( ) No. ( )

b) Does your text talk about the predictions of a specialist for the future of cyberbullying?
Yes. ( ) No. ( )

c) Did you use the Simple Future in your text?
Yes. ( ) No. ( )

d) Is the language used appropriate to be considered a news article?
Yes. ( ) No. ( )


2 comentários:

  1. Colega, que trabalho fantástico! Você está de parabéns!! Congrats!

  2. Concordo, trabalho fantástico!!!! Parabéns!!!