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    Portfolio tasks. Section 2: Factual Writing. ISE I (B1) Portfolio tasks. Section 2: Factual Writing. ISE I (B1) Presentation Transcript

    • PORTFOLIO TASKS SECTION 2: FACTUAL WRITING ISE I (B1)
    • Rules for the portfolio: 1. The Portfolio must contain the candidate’s own work and no one else’s. 2. Nobody except the candidate personally should correct, add to or take anything out of the task. 3. Teachers (or any other person) must not correct a candidate’s work. 4. Teachers are allowed to give one piece of feedback per portfolio task only. The Student portfolio feedback form should be used for this purpose. This must be the only form of feedback given.
    • 5. No one except the candidate’s teacher is permitted to give the candidate feedback on their work. 6. Candidates must not copy a piece of written text from any other source and present it as their own. Please note if any of the above rules are broken, a U (Ungraded) grade is awarded by the examiner and the candidate will score zero in his/her portfolio.
    • TASKS. SECTION 2: Factual Writing (110-130 words) 1. Write an article for a travel magazine with the title ‘The top three tourist attractions in my area’. Describe three places in your area that tourists must visit and give reasons for your choices. Say how long they need to spend in each place.
    • TASKS. SECTION 2: Factual Writing (110-130 words) 2. There is going to be a film festival in your area. Write a report for the organisers explaining why the festival is a good idea and what films might be popular. Say what the organisers need to do to make sure lots of people attend the festival.
    • TASKS. SECTION 2: Factual Writing (110-130 words) 3. You have just visited a new cinema in your area, but you were dissapointed with it. Write a review for an entertainment guide describing the problems and giving your opinion of the cinema. Say what you think will happen if the cinema does not improve.
    • TASKS. SECTION 2: Factual Writing (110-130 words) 4. A popular band is performing in your area next week. Write an article for a music magazine giving your opinion on their music and saying how succesful the concert will be. Say what the regulations will be at the event.
    • TASKS. SECTION 2: Factual Writing (110-130 words) 5. Your college canteen only seels unhealthy food. Write a report for the head teacher explaining what food the canteen has offered recently and what you think they need to sell to help students be healthy. Say why it is important for students to be healthy.