Tổng hợp các bài tập trong phần Reading – trang 29 Unit 4 Sách Bài Tập (SBT) Tiếng anh 11 mới. Reading – trang 29 Unit 4 Sách Bài Tập (SBT) Tiếng anh 11 mới – Unit 4: Caring for those in need – Chăm sóc cho những người cần giúp đỡ
1. Read the text and choose the best answer (A, B, C or D) for each blank.
Đọc đoạn văn và chọn câu trả lời đúng nhất (A, B, C hoặc D) cho mỗi khoảng trắng.
Viet Nam Assistance for the Handicapped (VNAH) is a non-profit organisation (1) ________________ in 1991 to assist people with disabilities in Viet Nam. Its main aim is to help disabled people to overcome their (2)_____________ . Some of VNAH’s programmes (3 )___________ technical assistance to clinics and wheelchair factories in the (4)___________ of high-quality and low-cost wheelchairs.
To (5)____________ disadvantaged people, VNAH has set up the Office of Disabilities Technical Assistance (ODTA) in Ha Noi. In addition, VNAH (6)________________ a programme to support the government in improving activities benefiting people with disabilities.
In cooperation with the United States Agency for International Development, VNAH is now working to (7)________________ different Vietnamese agencies. Special attention (8)_______________ to providing disabled people with full access to all facilities and services.
C have launched
D has launched
B is given
C are given
D were given
2 Read the text and decide whether the following statements are true (T) or false (F).
Đọc văn bản và quyết định xem các câu sau đây là đúng (T) hay sai (F).
A Better Life for People with Disabilities
By KhaiTam Teenagers’ Magazine
Last week the Youth Union leaders interviewed some volunteers who have worked with disabled children. They asked them if attitudes and life for these people have changed. Here are some of their responses.
‘I think there is more support for children with disabilities now,’ said Kevin, a grade 11 student. ‘There are more special facilities and devices designed to enable people with mobility impairments to travel around. There are also new forms of Assistive Technology that can help people with visual and hearing impairments. So, I think disabled people can access more places and participate in more activities.’
Hung, the monitor of Class 10A, added, ‘Well, in terms of education, there are more special schools for children with disabilities, even in developing countries. In addition, there are many schools where disabled and non-disabled students are educated together. This has led to many benefits to both groups and has reduced discrimination towards people with disabilities.’
When asked about her volunteer experience, Anna from Class 12B said, ‘My volunteer experience has enabled me to understand children with disabilities and the support they need. It has also made me more confident and helped me to realise the difference
I can make to other people’s lives. I’ve also met a lot of talented people with disabilities who have fulfilling jobs, live independently and contribute to the community.’
‘The most important thing is that society’s attitudes towards people with disabilities have changed,’ Anna emphasised. ‘People can now join or watch events for athletes with disabilities such as the Far East and South Pacific Games for the Disabled (the FESPIC Games), the Paralympics, or ASEAN Para Games. Watching these events is inspirational as their achievements are amazing.’ She really likes the FESPIC Games’ motto: ‘Overcoming challenges, inspiring others’.
According to Kevin, there are now more ways to support people with mobility impairments.
Assistive Technology can only help people with visual impairments.
In Hung’s opinion, educating disabled and non-disabled students in the same school leads to discrimination against people with disabilities.
Anna has met people who have overcome their disabilities and are successful in their jobs and lives.
Anna thinks that international events for disabled athletes can make us better people.
3 Read the text again and choose the best answer for the following questions.
Đọc lại văn bản và chọn câu trả lời đúng nhất cho các câu hỏi sau.
1. The word ‘devices’ in paragraph 2 refers to___ .
2. The word ‘motto’ in paragraph 5 means a phrase 4. used to .
warn someone against something
B. advertise something
C. express the aims and beliefs of an event, organisation or person
D. instruct someone to do something
3. What can people learn from volunteering?
A. How to use Assistive Technology.
B. How lucky non-disabled people are.
C. How to make disabled people more confident.
D To understand people with impairments and be more confident.
4. The word ‘together’ in paragraph 3 means
A. in a close relationship
B. with each other
C. at the same time
D. in agreement
5. How can disability discrimination be reduced?
A. By not educating disabled students.
B. By educating disabled children with gifted students.
C. By educating disabled and non-disabled students together.
D. By providing more special schools for disabled students.