Bilingual program
•1 hour of English everyday
•Some subjects can be taught in English
•Flexible groups according to the st...
BILINGUAL SECONDARY SCHOOL:

-PET y KET certificate: go to a bilingual secondary school
-Mark higher than70%: CERTIFICATE ...
GRADING
GRADING
1. Reading and writing: 50% of the total mark
1. Reading and writing: 50% of the total mark
2. Listening: ...
CERTIFICATES
CERTIFICATES
Pass with distinction: level B1
Pass with distinction: level B1
Pass with merit or pass: level A...
UNDERSTANDING OF SHORT TEXTS
UNDERSTANDING OF SHORT TEXTS

Communicative texts
(signs, notice, short texts…)

INSTRUCTIONS...
KNOWLEDGE OF VOCABULARY
KNOWLEDGE OF VOCABULARY

INSTRUCTIONS:
INSTRUCTIONS:
1st: read the 6 sentences
1st: read the 6 sen...
UNDERSTAND DAILY ROUTINES
UNDERSTAND DAILY ROUTINES

Study and social situations
in a daily life.

INSTRUCTIONS:
INSTRUCTI...
UNDERSTAND THE MAIN IDEA AND SOME DETAILS OF LONGER TEXTS
UNDERSTAND THE MAIN IDEA AND SOME DETAILS OF LONGER TEXTS

Newsp...
KNOWLEDGE OF GRAMMATICAL STRUCTURES
KNOWLEDGE OF GRAMMATICAL STRUCTURES

Newspapers, magazines,
short stories,
encyclopedi...
VOCABULARY PRODUCTION (SPELLING)
VOCABULARY PRODUCTION (SPELLING)

Food, school things, freetime activities…

INSTRUCTIONS...
COMPLETE A GAPPED TEXT
COMPLETE A GAPPED TEXT

The texts are notes,
emails, short letters…

INSTRUCTIONS:
INSTRUCTIONS:
1s...
COMPLETE INFORMATION
COMPLETE INFORMATION

No marks will be given if:
1.Spelling mistakes

INSTRUCTIONS:
INSTRUCTIONS:
1st...
COMMUNICATIVE MESSAGE
COMMUNICATIVE MESSAGE

Notes, emails, postcards to
a friend…

INSTRUCTIONS:
INSTRUCTIONS:
1st: read ...
IDENTIFY SIMPLE FACTS IN SHORT LISTENING TEXTS
IDENTIFY SIMPLE FACTS IN SHORT LISTENING TEXTS

INSTRUCTIONS:
INSTRUCTIONS:...
IDENTIFY SIMPLE FACTS IN A LONG CONVERSATION
IDENTIFY SIMPLE FACTS IN A LONG CONVERSATION

INSTRUCTIONS:
INSTRUCTIONS:
1st...
IDENTIFY SIMPLE FACTS IN A LONG CONVERSATION
IDENTIFY SIMPLE FACTS IN A LONG CONVERSATION

INSTRUCTIONS:
INSTRUCTIONS:
1st...
EXTRACT SPECIFIC FACTS
EXTRACT SPECIFIC FACTS

INSTRUCTIONS:
INSTRUCTIONS:
1st: listen to the dialogue/ monologue (shops, ...
EXTRACT SPECIFIC FACTS
EXTRACT SPECIFIC FACTS

INSTRUCTIONS:
INSTRUCTIONS:
1st: listen to the dialogue/ monologue (shops, ...
SIMPLE SOCIAL INTERACTION
SIMPLE SOCIAL INTERACTION

INSTRUCTIONS:
INSTRUCTIONS:
1st: general conversation lead the by int...
CANDIDATES INTERACTION
CANDIDATES INTERACTION

INSTRUCTIONS:
INSTRUCTIONS:
1st: the candidates speak to each other making ...
GRADING
GRADING
1. Reading and writing: 50% of the total mark
1. Reading and writing: 50% of the total mark
2. Listening: ...
CERTIFICATES
CERTIFICATES
Pass with distinction: level B2
Pass with distinction: level B2
Pass with merit or pass: level B...
UNDERSTANDING OF VARIOUS TEXTS
UNDERSTANDING OF VARIOUS TEXTS
Communicative texts
(emails, notes, cards,
postcards…), noti...
DETAILED COMPREHENSION OF FACTUAL TEXTS
DETAILED COMPREHENSION OF FACTUAL TEXTS
Goods or services
(purchasing books, visit...
DETAILED INFORMATION ON A LONG FACTUAL TEXT
DETAILED INFORMATION ON A LONG FACTUAL TEXT
Brochures, advertisements
on magaz...
DETAILED INFORMATION ABOUT AN OPINION OR ATTITUDE TEXT
DETAILED INFORMATION ABOUT AN OPINION OR ATTITUDE TEXT

Opinion or ...
SELECT THE CORRECT WORDS TO FIT IN SPACES IN A TEXT
SELECT THE CORRECT WORDS TO FIT IN SPACES IN A TEXT

Vocabulary, gramm...
GRAMMATICAL PRECISION
GRAMMATICAL PRECISION

No marks will be given if:
1.Spelling mistake
2.More than 3 words

INSTRUCTIO...
COMMUNICATIVE MESSAGE
COMMUNICATIVE MESSAGE

No marks will be given if:
1.They miss one content point
2.Superfluous inform...
100 WORDS WRITING: LETTER OR STORY
100 WORDS WRITING: LETTER OR STORY
No marks will be given if:
There are errors which
in...
7 LISTENING TEXTS
7 LISTENING TEXTS

INSTRUCTIONS:
INSTRUCTIONS:
1st: listen to the texts (monologue or dialogue)
1st: lis...
LONG LISTENING TEXT
LONG LISTENING TEXT

INSTRUCTIONS:
INSTRUCTIONS:
1st: listen to the text (information about places
1st...
INFORMATIONAL MONOLOGUE
INFORMATIONAL MONOLOGUE

INSTRUCTIONS:
INSTRUCTIONS:
1st: listen to the monologue
1st: listen to t...
INFORMAL DIALOGUE
INFORMAL DIALOGUE

INSTRUCTIONS:
INSTRUCTIONS:
1st: listen to the dialogue (everyday concerns)
1st: list...
SIMPLE SOCIAL INTERACTION
SIMPLE SOCIAL INTERACTION

INSTRUCTIONS:
INSTRUCTIONS:
1st: general conversation lead the by int...
SIMULATED SITUATION
SIMULATED SITUATION
INSTRUCTIONS:
INSTRUCTIONS:
1st: the candidates speak to each other making positiv...
PHOTOGRAPH DESCRIPTION
PHOTOGRAPH DESCRIPTION
No marks will be given if:
There are errors which
interfere with
communicati...
CANDIDATES DISCUSSION
CANDIDATES DISCUSSION
No marks will be given if:
There are errors which
interfere with
communication...
INFORMATION AND SAMPLE PAPERS
INFORMATION AND SAMPLE PAPERS
PET: http://www.cambridgeenglish.org/exams-and-qualifications/...
Pet and Ket explanation for students in Year 6
Pet and Ket explanation for students in Year 6
Pet and Ket explanation for students in Year 6
Pet and Ket explanation for students in Year 6
Pet and Ket explanation for students in Year 6
Pet and Ket explanation for students in Year 6
Pet and Ket explanation for students in Year 6
Pet and Ket explanation for students in Year 6
Pet and Ket explanation for students in Year 6
Pet and Ket explanation for students in Year 6
Pet and Ket explanation for students in Year 6
Pet and Ket explanation for students in Year 6
Pet and Ket explanation for students in Year 6
Pet and Ket explanation for students in Year 6
Pet and Ket explanation for students in Year 6
Pet and Ket explanation for students in Year 6
Pet and Ket explanation for students in Year 6
Pet and Ket explanation for students in Year 6
Pet and Ket explanation for students in Year 6
Pet and Ket explanation for students in Year 6
Pet and Ket explanation for students in Year 6
Pet and Ket explanation for students in Year 6
Pet and Ket explanation for students in Year 6
Pet and Ket explanation for students in Year 6
Pet and Ket explanation for students in Year 6
Pet and Ket explanation for students in Year 6
Pet and Ket explanation for students in Year 6
Pet and Ket explanation for students in Year 6
Pet and Ket explanation for students in Year 6
Pet and Ket explanation for students in Year 6
Pet and Ket explanation for students in Year 6
Pet and Ket explanation for students in Year 6
Pet and Ket explanation for students in Year 6
Pet and Ket explanation for students in Year 6
Pet and Ket explanation for students in Year 6
Pet and Ket explanation for students in Year 6
Pet and Ket explanation for students in Year 6
Pet and Ket explanation for students in Year 6
Pet and Ket explanation for students in Year 6
Pet and Ket explanation for students in Year 6
Pet and Ket explanation for students in Year 6
Pet and Ket explanation for students in Year 6
Pet and Ket explanation for students in Year 6
Pet and Ket explanation for students in Year 6
Pet and Ket explanation for students in Year 6
Pet and Ket explanation for students in Year 6
Pet and Ket explanation for students in Year 6
Pet and Ket explanation for students in Year 6
Pet and Ket explanation for students in Year 6
Pet and Ket explanation for students in Year 6
Pet and Ket explanation for students in Year 6
Pet and Ket explanation for students in Year 6
Pet and Ket explanation for students in Year 6
Pet and Ket explanation for students in Year 6
Pet and Ket explanation for students in Year 6
Pet and Ket explanation for students in Year 6
Pet and Ket explanation for students in Year 6
Pet and Ket explanation for students in Year 6
Pet and Ket explanation for students in Year 6
Pet and Ket explanation for students in Year 6
Pet and Ket explanation for students in Year 6
Pet and Ket explanation for students in Year 6
Pet and Ket explanation for students in Year 6
Pet and Ket explanation for students in Year 6
Pet and Ket explanation for students in Year 6
Pet and Ket explanation for students in Year 6
Pet and Ket explanation for students in Year 6
Pet and Ket explanation for students in Year 6
Pet and Ket explanation for students in Year 6
Pet and Ket explanation for students in Year 6
Pet and Ket explanation for students in Year 6
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  1. 1. Bilingual program •1 hour of English everyday •Some subjects can be taught in English •Flexible groups according to the students’ levels •Field trips in English Bilingual section •1 hour of English everyday •In the 1st year of secondary school social science, geography, history and natural science will be taught in English. •All the subjects can be in English except for: Matemáticas, Lengua Castellana y Literatura, and second language.
  2. 2. BILINGUAL SECONDARY SCHOOL: -PET y KET certificate: go to a bilingual secondary school -Mark higher than70%: CERTIFICATE PET (B1) -Mark between 70-45%, level A2 (go to a bilingual secondary school) -Mark 44% or below: go to a bilingual secondary school, but only bilingual programs, not bilingual section.
  3. 3. GRADING GRADING 1. Reading and writing: 50% of the total mark 1. Reading and writing: 50% of the total mark 2. Listening: 25% of the total mark 2. Listening: 25% of the total mark 3. Speaking: 25% of the total mark 3. Speaking: 25% of the total mark
  4. 4. CERTIFICATES CERTIFICATES Pass with distinction: level B1 Pass with distinction: level B1 Pass with merit or pass: level A2 Pass with merit or pass: level A2 Fail but falls within level A1: level A1 Fail but falls within level A1: level A1
  5. 5. UNDERSTANDING OF SHORT TEXTS UNDERSTANDING OF SHORT TEXTS Communicative texts (signs, notice, short texts…) INSTRUCTIONS: INSTRUCTIONS: 1st: read the texts 1st: read the texts 2nd: read the sentences 2nd: read the sentences 3rd: match 5 sentences to the appropriate sign or notice. 3rd: match 5 sentences to the appropriate sign or notice.
  6. 6. KNOWLEDGE OF VOCABULARY KNOWLEDGE OF VOCABULARY INSTRUCTIONS: INSTRUCTIONS: 1st: read the 6 sentences 1st: read the 6 sentences 2nd: think about suitable words to fill in the gaps 2nd: think about suitable words to fill in the gaps 3rd: 3 options provided for each gap 3rd: 3 options provided for each gap
  7. 7. UNDERSTAND DAILY ROUTINES UNDERSTAND DAILY ROUTINES Study and social situations in a daily life. INSTRUCTIONS: INSTRUCTIONS: 1st: read 10 questions 1st: read 10 questions 2nd: complete 5 conversations (3 options multiple choice) 2nd: complete 5 conversations (3 options multiple choice) 3rd: complete a dialogue (8 options) 3rd: complete a dialogue (8 options)
  8. 8. UNDERSTAND THE MAIN IDEA AND SOME DETAILS OF LONGER TEXTS UNDERSTAND THE MAIN IDEA AND SOME DETAILS OF LONGER TEXTS Newspapers, magazines, short stories… INSTRUCTIONS: INSTRUCTIONS: 1st: read the text 1st: read the text 2nd::read the questions about the text 2nd read the questions about the text 3rd: answer the questions (3 multiple choice). 3rd: answer the questions (3 multiple choice).
  9. 9. KNOWLEDGE OF GRAMMATICAL STRUCTURES KNOWLEDGE OF GRAMMATICAL STRUCTURES Newspapers, magazines, short stories, encyclopedias… INSTRUCTIONS: INSTRUCTIONS: 1st: read the text 1st: read the text 2nd: complete the text by choosing the appropriate words (3 options) 2nd: complete the text by choosing the appropriate words (3 options) 3rd: verb forms, determiners, pronouns, prepositions and conjunctions 3rd: verb forms, determiners, pronouns, prepositions and conjunctions
  10. 10. VOCABULARY PRODUCTION (SPELLING) VOCABULARY PRODUCTION (SPELLING) Food, school things, freetime activities… INSTRUCTIONS: INSTRUCTIONS: 1st: read the definitions 1st: read the definitions 2nd: check the first letter of the word and the dashes (_ _ _ _) 2nd: check the first letter of the word and the dashes (_ _ _ _) 3rd: think about a suitable word for that definition 3rd: think about a suitable word for that definition
  11. 11. COMPLETE A GAPPED TEXT COMPLETE A GAPPED TEXT The texts are notes, emails, short letters… INSTRUCTIONS: INSTRUCTIONS: 1st: read the text 1st: read the text 2nd: write suitable words in the gaps 2nd: write suitable words in the gaps 3rd: Spelling mistakes are not allowed! 3rd: Spelling mistakes are not allowed!
  12. 12. COMPLETE INFORMATION COMPLETE INFORMATION No marks will be given if: 1.Spelling mistakes INSTRUCTIONS: INSTRUCTIONS: 1st: read 2 short texts 1st: read 2 short texts 2nd: use the information in the texts to complete a note, form, diary 2nd: use the information in the texts to complete a note, form, diary entry… entry… 3rd: similar to note taking 3rd: similar to note taking
  13. 13. COMMUNICATIVE MESSAGE COMMUNICATIVE MESSAGE Notes, emails, postcards to a friend… INSTRUCTIONS: INSTRUCTIONS: 1st: read the 3 prompts 1st: read the 3 prompts 2nd: write 25-35 words 2nd: write 25-35 words 3rd: make sure you address those prompts! 3rd: make sure you address those prompts!
  14. 14. IDENTIFY SIMPLE FACTS IN SHORT LISTENING TEXTS IDENTIFY SIMPLE FACTS IN SHORT LISTENING TEXTS INSTRUCTIONS: INSTRUCTIONS: 1st: listen to 5 short conversations 1st: listen to 5 short conversations 2nd: information is about prices, numbers, times, dates, 2nd: information is about prices, numbers, times, dates, locations, directions, sizes, weather, descriptions of people, locations, directions, sizes, weather, descriptions of people, current actions… current actions… 3rd: choose the right visual image 3rd: choose the right visual image
  15. 15. IDENTIFY SIMPLE FACTS IN A LONG CONVERSATION IDENTIFY SIMPLE FACTS IN A LONG CONVERSATION INSTRUCTIONS: INSTRUCTIONS: 1st: listen to the conversation 1st: listen to the conversation 2nd: information about personal interests, experiences, daily life, 2nd: information about personal interests, experiences, daily life, free-time activities… free-time activities… 3rd: match two lists of items 3rd: match two lists of items
  16. 16. IDENTIFY SIMPLE FACTS IN A LONG CONVERSATION IDENTIFY SIMPLE FACTS IN A LONG CONVERSATION INSTRUCTIONS: INSTRUCTIONS: 1st: listen to the informal conversation (personal interests) 1st: listen to the informal conversation (personal interests) 2nd: answer 5 multiple-choice questions 2nd: answer 5 multiple-choice questions 3rd: 3 options in each question 3rd: 3 options in each question
  17. 17. EXTRACT SPECIFIC FACTS EXTRACT SPECIFIC FACTS INSTRUCTIONS: INSTRUCTIONS: 1st: listen to the dialogue/ monologue (shops, schools…) 1st: listen to the dialogue/ monologue (shops, schools…) 2nd: extract information and write it down 2nd: extract information and write it down 3rd: write numbers, times, dates, prices, spellings and words 3rd: write numbers, times, dates, prices, spellings and words
  18. 18. EXTRACT SPECIFIC FACTS EXTRACT SPECIFIC FACTS INSTRUCTIONS: INSTRUCTIONS: 1st: listen to the dialogue/ monologue (shops, schools…) 1st: listen to the dialogue/ monologue (shops, schools…) 2nd: extract information and write it down 2nd: extract information and write it down 3rd: write numbers, times, dates, prices, spellings and words 3rd: write numbers, times, dates, prices, spellings and words
  19. 19. SIMPLE SOCIAL INTERACTION SIMPLE SOCIAL INTERACTION INSTRUCTIONS: INSTRUCTIONS: 1st: general conversation lead the by interlocutor 1st: general conversation lead the by interlocutor 2nd: talk about personal details (spell their names), country of 2nd: talk about personal details (spell their names), country of origin, subject of study, family, home town, school, free time origin, subject of study, family, home town, school, free time activities, likes and dislikes… activities, likes and dislikes… 3rd: don’t use one-word answers (extend your answers!) 3rd: don’t use one-word answers (extend your answers!)
  20. 20. CANDIDATES INTERACTION CANDIDATES INTERACTION INSTRUCTIONS: INSTRUCTIONS: 1st: the candidates speak to each other making positive 1st: the candidates speak to each other making positive contributions contributions 2nd: they will be given prompts cards 2nd: they will be given prompts cards 3rd: they have to: ask and answer questions about daily life, 3rd: they have to: ask and answer questions about daily life, leisure activities and social life leisure activities and social life
  21. 21. GRADING GRADING 1. Reading and writing: 50% of the total mark 1. Reading and writing: 50% of the total mark 2. Listening: 25% of the total mark 2. Listening: 25% of the total mark 3. Speaking: 25% of the total mark 3. Speaking: 25% of the total mark
  22. 22. CERTIFICATES CERTIFICATES Pass with distinction: level B2 Pass with distinction: level B2 Pass with merit or pass: level B1 Pass with merit or pass: level B1 Fail but falls within level A2: level A2 Fail but falls within level A2: level A2
  23. 23. UNDERSTANDING OF VARIOUS TEXTS UNDERSTANDING OF VARIOUS TEXTS Communicative texts (emails, notes, cards, postcards…), notices, signs, packing information (food package)… INSTRUCTIONS: INSTRUCTIONS: 1st: read the text 1st: read the text 2nd: read the answers 2nd: read the answers 3rd: reread both the text and the choice of answer 3rd: reread both the text and the choice of answer
  24. 24. DETAILED COMPREHENSION OF FACTUAL TEXTS DETAILED COMPREHENSION OF FACTUAL TEXTS Goods or services (purchasing books, visiting museums, choosing activities…) INSTRUCTIONS: INSTRUCTIONS: 1st: read the 5 descriptions of people 1st: read the 5 descriptions of people 2nd: read the 8 texts carefully (underlining matches) 2nd: read the 8 texts carefully (underlining matches) 3rd: No word spotting! (quick word matches) 3rd: No word spotting! (quick word matches)
  25. 25. DETAILED INFORMATION ON A LONG FACTUAL TEXT DETAILED INFORMATION ON A LONG FACTUAL TEXT Brochures, advertisements on magazines, websites information… INSTRUCTIONS: INSTRUCTIONS: 1st: read 10 questions about the text 1st: read 10 questions about the text 2nd: read the text carefully (looking for the answers) 2nd: read the text carefully (looking for the answers) 3rd: don’t be put off by unfamiliar vocabulary! 3rd: don’t be put off by unfamiliar vocabulary!
  26. 26. DETAILED INFORMATION ABOUT AN OPINION OR ATTITUDE TEXT DETAILED INFORMATION ABOUT AN OPINION OR ATTITUDE TEXT Opinion or attitude of the writer in a long text. INSTRUCTIONS: INSTRUCTIONS: 1st: read 5 multiple choice questions about the text 1st: read 5 multiple choice questions about the text 2nd: read the text carefully (looking for the answers) 2nd: read the text carefully (looking for the answers) 3rd: answer the questions checking the text. 3rd: answer the questions checking the text.
  27. 27. SELECT THE CORRECT WORDS TO FIT IN SPACES IN A TEXT SELECT THE CORRECT WORDS TO FIT IN SPACES IN A TEXT Vocabulary, grammar (connectives, pronouns, modals, preposition…) INSTRUCTIONS: INSTRUCTIONS: 1st: read the text 1st: read the text 2nd: consider the given example 2nd: consider the given example 3rd: answer the 10 questions (4 multiple choice) 3rd: answer the 10 questions (4 multiple choice)
  28. 28. GRAMMATICAL PRECISION GRAMMATICAL PRECISION No marks will be given if: 1.Spelling mistake 2.More than 3 words INSTRUCTIONS: INSTRUCTIONS: 1st: read the 5 sentences 1st: read the 5 sentences 2nd: read the “gapped” sentences 2nd: read the “gapped” sentences 3rd: write 1-3 words to fill the gaps (the 2 sentences should have the 3rd: write 1-3 words to fill the gaps (the 2 sentences should have the same meaning) same meaning)
  29. 29. COMMUNICATIVE MESSAGE COMMUNICATIVE MESSAGE No marks will be given if: 1.They miss one content point 2.Superfluous information INSTRUCTIONS: INSTRUCTIONS: 1st: read the 3 content points 1st: read the 3 content points 2nd: write a communicative message between 35-45 words 2nd: write a communicative message between 35-45 words 3rd: the 3 given points should be included in the message. 3rd: the 3 given points should be included in the message.
  30. 30. 100 WORDS WRITING: LETTER OR STORY 100 WORDS WRITING: LETTER OR STORY No marks will be given if: There are errors which interfere with communication or cause a breakdown INSTRUCTIONS: INSTRUCTIONS: 1st: choose between the story or the letter 1st: choose between the story or the letter 2nd: STORY (short title or first sentence of the story) 2nd: STORY (short title or first sentence of the story) 3rd: LETTER (extract of a letter to answer) 3rd: LETTER (extract of a letter to answer)
  31. 31. 7 LISTENING TEXTS 7 LISTENING TEXTS INSTRUCTIONS: INSTRUCTIONS: 1st: listen to the texts (monologue or dialogue) 1st: listen to the texts (monologue or dialogue) 2nd: choose the right visual image 2nd: choose the right visual image 3rd: the text is heard twice. 3rd: the text is heard twice.
  32. 32. LONG LISTENING TEXT LONG LISTENING TEXT INSTRUCTIONS: INSTRUCTIONS: 1st: listen to the text (information about places 1st: listen to the text (information about places or events, lives, interests, experiences…) or events, lives, interests, experiences…) 2nd: answer 6 multiple choice questions 2nd: answer 6 multiple choice questions 3rd: the text is heard twice. 3rd: the text is heard twice.
  33. 33. INFORMATIONAL MONOLOGUE INFORMATIONAL MONOLOGUE INSTRUCTIONS: INSTRUCTIONS: 1st: listen to the monologue 1st: listen to the monologue 2nd: fill in the gaps with the missing information (words, 2nd: fill in the gaps with the missing information (words, numbers or short sentences) numbers or short sentences) 3rd: the text is heard twice. 3rd: the text is heard twice.
  34. 34. INFORMAL DIALOGUE INFORMAL DIALOGUE INSTRUCTIONS: INSTRUCTIONS: 1st: listen to the dialogue (everyday concerns) 1st: listen to the dialogue (everyday concerns) 2nd: read the statements and write true or false 2nd: read the statements and write true or false 3rd: the text is heard twice. 3rd: the text is heard twice.
  35. 35. SIMPLE SOCIAL INTERACTION SIMPLE SOCIAL INTERACTION INSTRUCTIONS: INSTRUCTIONS: 1st: general conversation lead the by interlocutor 1st: general conversation lead the by interlocutor 2nd: talk about personal details, likes and dislikes, daily routine… 2nd: talk about personal details, likes and dislikes, daily routine… 3rd: don’t use one-word answers (extend your answers!) 3rd: don’t use one-word answers (extend your answers!)
  36. 36. SIMULATED SITUATION SIMULATED SITUATION INSTRUCTIONS: INSTRUCTIONS: 1st: the candidates speak to each other making positive 1st: the candidates speak to each other making positive contributions contributions 2nd: they will be given visual prompts 2nd: they will be given visual prompts 3rd: they have to: make and respond to suggestions, discuss 3rd: they have to: make and respond to suggestions, discuss alternatives, make recommendations, negotiate alternatives, make recommendations, negotiate agreements… agreements…
  37. 37. PHOTOGRAPH DESCRIPTION PHOTOGRAPH DESCRIPTION No marks will be given if: There are errors which interfere with communication or cause a breakdown INSTRUCTIONS: INSTRUCTIONS: 1st: candidates will be give a colour photograph 1st: candidates will be give a colour photograph 2nd: they have to describe the photograph 2nd: they have to describe the photograph 3rd: describe everything as fully as possible 3rd: describe everything as fully as possible
  38. 38. CANDIDATES DISCUSSION CANDIDATES DISCUSSION No marks will be given if: There are errors which interfere with communication or cause a breakdown INSTRUCTIONS: INSTRUCTIONS: 1st: the candidates speak to each other 1st: the candidates speak to each other 2nd: speak about interests, enthusiasms, experiences… 2nd: speak about interests, enthusiasms, experiences… 3rd: negotiating turns, eliciting opinions from each other 3rd: negotiating turns, eliciting opinions from each other
  39. 39. INFORMATION AND SAMPLE PAPERS INFORMATION AND SAMPLE PAPERS PET: http://www.cambridgeenglish.org/exams-and-qualifications/preliminary-for-schools/howPET: http://www.cambridgeenglish.org/exams-and-qualifications/preliminary-for-schools/howto-prepare/ to-prepare/ KET:http://www.cambridgeenglish.org/exams-and-qualifications/key-for-schools/how-toKET:http://www.cambridgeenglish.org/exams-and-qualifications/key-for-schools/how-toprepare/ prepare/ HANDBOOK HANDBOOK PET:https://www.teachers.cambridgeesol.org/ts/digitalAssets/117582_Preliminary_for_Schools PET:https://www.teachers.cambridgeesol.org/ts/digitalAssets/117582_Preliminary_for_Schools _Handbook.pdf _Handbook.pdf KET:https://www.teachers.cambridgeesol.org/ts/digitalAssets/117394_Cambridge_English_Key KET:https://www.teachers.cambridgeesol.org/ts/digitalAssets/117394_Cambridge_English_Key __KET__for_Schools_Handbook.pdf __KET__for_Schools_Handbook.pdf VOCABULARY LIST VOCABULARY LIST PET:http://www.cambridgeenglish.org/images/84669-vocabulary-list.pdf PET:http://www.cambridgeenglish.org/images/84669-vocabulary-list.pdf KET:http://www.cambridgeenglish.org/images/22105-ket-vocabulary-list.pdf KET:http://www.cambridgeenglish.org/images/22105-ket-vocabulary-list.pdf

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