The final control work is made in accordance with the Law “On Education”, the requirements FSES and the program of secondary education institution.
The purpose of the work is:
1. To determine the level of assimilation of knowledge of history by students of the 5th grade;
2. To determine the formation of universal learning activities on the history material;
3. Identify students experiencing difficulties in learning history at the end of 5th grade and students who show a high level of intellectual development.
Final control work covers the content of the history of the Ancient World and aims to identify the educational achievements of students in grade 5. The content of the material is represented by sections:
1) Life of primitive people, 2) Ancient East, 3) Ancient Greece and Rome.
The assignments of the work cover a significant amount of factual material. At the same time, special attention is paid to testing the analytical and information and communication skills of students. Emphasis is placed on tasks aimed at testing the ability to: systematize historical facts; establish cause-effect, structural and other relationships; use different types of information sources (text source, table, historical map, illustration) to solve cognitive problems; present the results of historical-cognitive activity in free form with orientation to the given parameters of activity. All of the above allows you to qualitatively differentiate students in terms of the level of formation of their learning objectives.
The final control work consists of three parts, differing in form and level of complexity.
Part 1 consists of 6 tasks, each task has 4 answer options, one of which is correct. Each task of the first part is graded by 1 point. In total – 6 points.
Part 2 consists of 4 matching tasks, with a short answer, with a sequence of numbers, work with the contour map. The maximum number of points for an answer is 4 points. In total 9 points.
Part III consists of 2 tasks: task with an expanded answer, which is evaluated by 3 points and task for counting years in history, which is evaluated by 2 points.
The maximum number of points for the work is 20 points.
Time for completion of the work – 40 minutes.
Scale of conversion of the primary score for the test into a mark on a five-point scale.
85% or more of the maximum score – mark “5”.
Over 65% – mark “4”
Over 45% – mark “3”
Less than 45% – mark “2”
Instructions for the final examination
The test contains 12 tasks and consists of 3 parts. You have 40 minutes to complete it.
Part I consists of 6 questions and each question has 4 possible answers, one of which is correct. Circle the correct answer you have chosen.
Part II consists of 4 matching problems, with a sequence of numbers, with a short answer, with pictures and with an outline map.
Part III has two assignments: an answer and a score for the sum of the years in history.
We wish you success!
From which occupation did cattle breeding arise?
1) from agriculture 2) from boarding 3) from gathering 4) from hunting
2. Which country was located on the banks of the Nile from the first to the threshold to the Mediterranean Sea?
1) Nubia 2) Egypt 3) Assyria 4) Babylon
3) What did ancient people use to make their first tools?
1) stone 2) bronze 3) copper 4) iron
4. What does the word “bible” mean in Greek?
1) word 2) book 3) commandment 4) teaching
5. Who is the author of the poem The Iliad?
1) Sophocles 2) Patroclus 3) Pericles 4) Homer
6. The commander who led the army of Carthage against Rome:
1) Hannibal 2) Alexander 3) Pyrrhus 4) Atilla
1. Match the concept with the definition.
The concept of
B. the ilots
1. The council of nobles in Attica
2. areas conquered by Rome
3. the governing body in Rome, in which the elders of the clans met
4. slaves who belonged to the Spartan state
2. Which of the suggested items refers to the history of Ancient Egypt? Give the number and the name of the selected item.
3. Working with a map
1. Write the name of the peninsula.
2. What is the name of the country shown on the map?
4. Write about the person in question:
A Spartan king who led a united Greek army against the Persians at Thermopylae. On the third day of the battle, after the betrayal of a local resident, the position of the defenders became hopeless. And then, saving the army, he ordered everyone to retreat, while he and three hundred Spartans were left to their certain death.
1. Work with the text.
Read carefully the text “The Law of Romulus,” a fragment from the work of the ancient Greek historian Dionysius of Halicarnassus, and answer the questions:
Romulus, having separated the higher from the lower, gave laws and established what to whom to do; to the patricians to govern and perform the priestly offices, to the plebeians to cultivate the land, feed the cattle, and engage in profitable trades. He entrusted the patricians to the people, permitting them to elect whomever they wished as their patron. The patricians were to explain the laws to those who came under their patronage, and to be present and assist them in court. Those, in their turn, were obliged to assist the patron in giving their daughters in marriage, if their parents lacked means, to buy them out from their enemies, if they themselves or their children were taken prisoner, and to pay fines for them to the state, if they were condemned.
1) In the text, who did the Romans regard as the founder of law and order in Rome?
2) Who was considered inferior and who was considered superior under the law in Rome?
2. Work with dates.
Calculate in what year did the event occur if it happened 2094 years ago? What kind of event could it have been?