Teacher’s Book 2 - ??Teacher’s Book 2 Elementary International ESOL and Spoken ESOL for Young Learners 31 Tth Krisztina ELEMENTARY UNIT 1 ME AND MY FAMILY TAPESCRIPT

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  • Teachers Book 2 Elementary

    International ESOL and Spoken ESOL

    for Young Learners 2 Tth Krisztina

    CONTENTS Contents 2 Young learners examination 3 Required language proficiency 4 Topic areas and grammar categories 4 Topics for the written examination 4 ESOL sample paper 5 SESOL sample paper, interlocutor's instructions 20 SESOL sample paper 23 ESOL sample paper, instructions to invigilators 24 Useful tips for the young learners exam 29 Tapescript and key 31

    Me and my family 31 Daily life 32 My home 35 My school 36 Quick test I - IV 37 Free time 38 Sport and games 40 Country living 41 Holidays 42 Quick test V - VIII 44 Food and shopping 45 Stories 46 Festivals and parties 48 Hobbies and interests 50 Quick test IX - XII 51

    Recommended activities and lesson plans 52 Useful tips 58 Assessment 61

  • Teachers Book 2 Elementary

    International ESOL and Spoken ESOL

    for Young Learners 3 Tth Krisztina

    Young Learners Examination

    A qualification in English for learners aged 8 to 14, ESOL for Young Learners is tested using child-friendly topics such as parties, pen-pals and pets, for example. English language exams for Young Learners are part of a suite of International English Qualifications and serve as a starting point for further progression to City & Guilds General English exams at a later stage. Unique Features of City & Guilds Young Learners The examinations are on demand, with no set exam dates.* The exam deploys appealing pictures and pictorial elements to suit children's areas of interest. Conducted under stress-free conditions, often at the school and by carefully chosen staff. Written and spoken examinations can be taken independently of each other at the candidates' and/or the centre's convenience. The use of monolingual dictionaries is allowed during the tests Focus is primarily on communicative skills rather than vocabulary range or consciousness of grammar The exams are very user friendly in terms of examination length (the spoken exam is about 5 minutes, the written exam is about 2 hours long) Flexibility of the exam preparation process that can be easily and efficiently integrated into everyday classroom activities. The exams ensure a sense of achievement, and thus motivate young learners to achieve further progress. The exams add value to the learning process through achievable targets and objective external assessment. *Please note that in Greece City & Guilds ESOL paper-based exams are offered 6 times a year on set dates. For detailed information about City & Guilds ESOL exams in Greece please visit the following website www.cityandguilds.gr. In Russia there are set exam dates for our IESOL / ISESOL examinations. For further information please contact moscowoffice@cityandguilds.com. Who are City & Guilds Young Learner exams intended for? Children between 8 and 14 years of age who desire recognition for their efforts in the English classroom

    Teachers of English who want to set realistic and achievable targets for their English classroom as well as to reward their young learners with a feeling of success through an international exam

    http://www.cityandguilds.gr/mailto:moscowoffice@cityandguilds.com

  • Teachers Book 2 Elementary

    International ESOL and Spoken ESOL

    for Young Learners 4 Tth Krisztina

    Required language proficiency at Basic or Elementary levels: ELEMENTARY Uses a limited range of language sufficient for simple, practical needs. In more exacting situations, there are frequent problems in accuracy, fluency, appropriacy and organisation, so that normal communication and comprehension frequently break down or are difficult to keep going. Elementary: Requirements at Basic Level plus: Past Simple and Past Continuous Simple Future tense and the use of GOING TO questions and negations the past forms of some irregular verbs auxiliaries CAN, MUST, COULD, WOULD pronouns (relative, reflexive, possessive) the use of SO adverbs (well, fast, slowly, etc.) comparatives and superlatives of adjectives Topics for the Written examination (2 hours): Places: home, school, city, favourite places People: family, friends, teachers, classmates, pen-friends Special events: holidays, celebrations Everydays: school-life, sports, hobbies, free time, animals, meals Fantasy world: fairy tales, legends, robots, sci-fi Topics for the Spoken examination (5 min. preparation + 5 min. exam) Home, family, school, everyday activities, leisure time, travelling, holidays, shopping, animals, services,

  • Teachers Book 2 Elementary

    International ESOL and Spoken ESOL

    for Young Learners 5 Tth Krisztina

  • Teachers Book 2 Elementary

    International ESOL and Spoken ESOL

    for Young Learners 6 Tth Krisztina

  • Teachers Book 2 Elementary

    International ESOL and Spoken ESOL

    for Young Learners 7 Tth Krisztina

  • Teachers Book 2 Elementary

    International ESOL and Spoken ESOL

    for Young Learners 8 Tth Krisztina

  • Teachers Book 2 Elementary

    International ESOL and Spoken ESOL

    for Young Learners 9 Tth Krisztina

  • Teachers Book 2 Elementary

    International ESOL and Spoken ESOL

    for Young Learners 10 Tth Krisztina

  • Teachers Book 2 Elementary

    International ESOL and Spoken ESOL

    for Young Learners 11 Tth Krisztina

  • Teachers Book 2 Elementary

    International ESOL and Spoken ESOL

    for Young Learners 12 Tth Krisztina

  • Teachers Book 2 Elementary

    International ESOL and Spoken ESOL

    for Young Learners 13 Tth Krisztina

  • Teachers Book 2 Elementary

    International ESOL and Spoken ESOL

    for Young Learners 14 Tth Krisztina

  • Teachers Book 2 Elementary

    International ESOL and Spoken ESOL

    for Young Learners 15 Tth Krisztina

  • Teachers Book 2 Elementary

    International ESOL and Spoken ESOL

    for Young Learners 16 Tth Krisztina

  • Teachers Book 2 Elementary

    International ESOL and Spoken ESOL

    for Young Learners 17 Tth Krisztina

  • Teachers Book 2 Elementary

    International ESOL and Spoken ESOL

    for Young Learners 18 Tth Krisztina

  • Teachers Book 2 Elementary

    International ESOL and Spoken ESOL

    for Young Learners 19 Tth Krisztina

  • Teachers Book 2 Elementary

    International ESOL and Spoken ESOL

    for Young Learners 20 Tth Krisztina

  • Teachers Book 2 Elementary

    International ESOL and Spoken ESOL

    for Young Learners 21 Tth Krisztina

  • Teachers Book 2 Elementary

    International ESOL and Spoken ESOL

    for Young Learners 22 Tth Krisztina

  • Teachers Book 2 Elementary

    International ESOL and Spoken ESOL

    for Young Learners 23 Tth Krisztina

  • Teachers Book 2 Elementary

    International ESOL and Spoken ESOL

    for Young Learners 24 Tth Krisztina

  • Teachers Book 2 Elementary

    International ESOL and Spoken ESOL

    for Young Learners 25 Tth Krisztina

  • Teachers Book 2 Elementary

    International ESOL and Spoken ESOL

    for Young Learners 26 Tth Krisztina

  • Teachers Book 2 Elementary

    International ESOL and Spoken ESOL

    for Young Learners 27 Tth Krisztina

  • Teachers Book 2 Elementary

    International ESOL and Spoken ESOL

    for Young Learners 28 Tth Krisztina

  • Teachers Book 2 Elementary

    International ESOL and Spoken ESOL

    for Young Learners 29 Tth Krisztina

    Useful tips for the Young Learners exams

    Things you need for the exam: pens

    food and drink

    an official document with your photo (student ID card/ ID card/ Passport)

    Optionally you can bring an English-English Basic Dictionary

    Exam rules:

    Do not arrive late. Latecomers cannot enter the examination room.

    Do not have anything else on the desk apart from things needed for the exam.

    Switch off your mobile phone and do not take it into the examination room.

    Do not look at anybody's test or talk to anybody during the exam.

    Do not disturb others by any noise.

    If you have a question, put up your hand and the invigilator will go to you.

    Write your name in CAPITAL LETTERS on the test: e.g. ADAM KOVACS

    General advice: ALL OF THE QUESTIONS SHOULD BE READ CAREFULLY.

    If you don't understand something check it in your dictionary (please note that the use of dictionaries is not mandatory).

    If you are not sure about the spelling of a word check it in your dictionary (please note that the use of dictionaries is not mandatory).

    CHECK YOUR WORK CAREFULLY.

    You have plenty of time to go through your answers time and time again.

    Do not leave anything empty. Guess if you do not know the answer at all.

    If you have time, read your composition more than once to spot mistakes.

    Your corrections must be clear.

    Write as many words as indicated, e.g. Use one to three words for each note.

    Do not worry. If you do, drink something or take some deep breaths.

    Trust yourself and your own knowledge.

    Listening: Read the questions and study the examples carefully.

    You can take notes and write your answers later if you are not sure about an answer.

    When the Invigilator is silent, study