VI Seminario para la Habilitación
Lingüística en Lengua Inglesa y la
Habilitación de oficio
Dña. Mª Ascensión Villalba Var...
 ¿Qué es la Habilitación Lingüística?
 Acreditación del conocimiento de un idioma extranjero.
 Faculta para impartir ma...
HABILITACION PROFESORES BILINGUES:
- Prueba de habilitación de la Comunidad de Madrid
- Fase 1: Prueba Escrita
- Fase 2: P...
C1 - WHAT DOES IT MEAN?
• Use of language with ease and fluency.
• Relationship between language and culture.
• Register :...
PRUEBA DE HABILITACION DE LA COMUNIDAD DE MADRID
Partes de la
prueba
Duración Formato
FASE
1
Comprensión de
lectura
50 min...
F.A.Q. - EXAMEN HABILITACION COMUNIDAD MADRID
¿Dónde puedo encontrar modelos de examen? - Cualquier modelo de examen de C1...
CAMBRIDGE EXAMS
- CAE – Cambridge Advanced English - C1
- CPE – Cambridge Proficiency in English - C2
CAE – Cambridge Advanced - C1
Paper Content Marks Purpose
Reading
(1 hour 15
minutes)
4 parts/
34
questions
20% Shows you ...
Paper Content Marks Purpose
Reading
(1 hour 30
minutes)
4 parts/
40
questions
20% Books, non-specialist articles from jour...
F.A.Q. - CAMBRIDGE EXAMS
Where can I find sample papers? •Free download on Cambridge Esol webpage.
www.cambridgeesol.org
•...
TRINITY INTEGRATED SKILLS
OF ENGLISH (ISE) EXAMS
- ISE III – C1
- ISE IV – C2
ISE III Task
Task
weighting
Comments
Portfolio
Correspondence
(180–210 words)
Factual writing
(220–250 words)
Creative/des...
ISE III Task
Task
weighting
Comments
Portfolio
Correspondence
(300-350 words)
Factual writing
(300-350 words)
Critical and...
F.A.Q. -TRINITY EXAMS
Where can I find sample papers? •Free download from Trinity webpage.
www.trinitycollege.co.uk
•Books...
TOEFL – iBT, pBT, cBT (C 1)
iBT, (Internet Based Test)
pBT (Paper Based Test)
cBT (Computer Based Test)
TOEFL – iBT, pBT, cBT – C1
SECTION
TIME LIMIT
(4 HOURS) QUESTIONS
TOTAL
SCORE TASKS
Reading 60–80 minutes 36–56 questions ...
Where can I find sample papers? •Free download from
http://www.ets.org/toefl/ibt/prepare/sample_questions
•Bookshops/Edito...
PARTS Content Mar
ks Purpose
Listening
(30 m.)
4 sections
40 questions
1-9 Sections 1 and 2 deal with everyday, social sit...
Where can I find sample papers? - Following the online course Road to IELTS.
- After register in IELTS in the British Coun...
TABLAS DE EQUIVALENCIA DE CERTIFICADOS Y SU CORRESPONDENCIA
CON EL MARCO COMÚN EUROPEO DE REFERENCIA PARA LAS
LENGUAS.
CER...
 DOCUMENTACION
 ORDEN 180/2012, de 12 de enero, por la que se modifica la Orden 1672/2009, de 16 de abril, por la que se...
Mª Ascensión Villalba Varona.
avillalba@varonas.com
www.varonas.com
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  • Muchas gracias, la mejor explicación que he encontrado. Tengo todavía la duda de si debería presentarme al IELTS Academic o al General. Al final os han resuelto esa duda? en la convocatoria no especifica
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  • Lo lógico es que sea el Academic. Pero en ningún momento la Comunidad de Madrid ha confirmado cual. Hace unos meses hablé con Cambridge y me comentaron que al no decir cuál valdrían los dos. Yo creo que por sentido común debería ser el Academic. Si te vas a presentar, no me arriesgaría y haría el Academic.
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    Buscando información en google, he encontrado esta presentación. Primero de todo, felicitarte por su claridad y utilidad.
    Quería aprovechar para preguntarte si, como entiendo, hablando del IELTS, el General Training tiene la misma validez para la habilitación que el Academic Training, pues en el anexo del BOCAM no especifican nada.
    Muchas gracias por tu atención.
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  1. 1. VI Seminario para la Habilitación Lingüística en Lengua Inglesa y la Habilitación de oficio Dña. Mª Ascensión Villalba Varona Lda. Filología Inglesa – Phd in ICT
  2. 2.  ¿Qué es la Habilitación Lingüística?  Acreditación del conocimiento de un idioma extranjero.  Faculta para impartir materias curriculares distintas a la Lengua Extranjera.  Centros docentes enseñanza obligatoria. (Comunidad de Madrid)  ¿A quién va dirigida?  Profesores Educación Infantil y Primaria (Colegios Públicos y Privados Concertados).  Profesores Educación Secundaria (Institutos)
  3. 3. HABILITACION PROFESORES BILINGUES: - Prueba de habilitación de la Comunidad de Madrid - Fase 1: Prueba Escrita - Fase 2: Prueba Oral - Titulaciones para estar exentos de Fase I (+ 5 años) ó Habilitación de Oficio (- 5 años) : 1.- Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency in English (CPE). 2.- Cambridge Certificate in Advanced English (CAE). 3.- Certificados ISE III e ISE IV del Trinity College de Londres. 4.- TOEFL iBT, pBT, cBT, cuyas puntuaciones acrediten un nivel C1. 5.- IELTS, cuya puntuación acredite un nivel C1. 6.- Título universitario de primer o segundo ciclo cursado en una Universidad de un país de habla inglesa. NOTA : Según la ORDEN 180/2012, de 12 de enero, por la que se modifica la Orden 1672/2009, de 16 de abril, por la que se regula el procedimiento de obtención de la habilitación lingüística en idiomas extranjeros para el desempeño de puestos bilingües en centros docentes públicos y en centros privados concertados de Educación Infantil y Primaria y de Educación Secundaria de la Comunidad de Madrid. (Anexos VI y VII.)
  4. 4. C1 - WHAT DOES IT MEAN? • Use of language with ease and fluency. • Relationship between language and culture. • Register : variety of social situations. • Reading: Factual and fictional texts. • Writing: Variety of types of texts and utterances (letters, proposals, reviews) • Use of Language: Creative and flexible way. Idioms and proverbs. • Speaking: Respond to unforeseen and predictable situations fluency. • Produce quite long and complex utterances. C1 - PROOF OF LANGUAGE. • Managerial or professional level • Academic study at university.
  5. 5. PRUEBA DE HABILITACION DE LA COMUNIDAD DE MADRID Partes de la prueba Duración Formato FASE 1 Comprensión de lectura 50 minutos El candidato contestará, seleccionando la respuesta adecuada, a preguntas sobre textos escritos en la lengua extranjera objeto de convocatoria. Expresión escrita 50 minutos El candidato redactará una composición, en la lengua extranjera objeto de convocatoria, de tipo narrativo o expositivo, a elegir entre varios temas propuestos por el Tribunal. La extensión de la composición deberá tener un mínimo de 300 palabras. Comprensión auditiva 30 minutos El candidato contestará a preguntas sobre textos orales (grabaciones), en la lengua extranjera objeto de convocatoria. Las grabaciones consistirán en noticias, conversaciones o entrevistas. Gramática y vocabulario 50 minutos El candidato realizará los dos ejercicios siguientes: 1. Texto incompleto: Escogerá la opción más adecuada de las cuatro que se propongan para cada espacio. 2. Completará, con la opción más adecuada, frases o diálogos breves, en cada uno de los cuales existirá un espacio. FASE 2 Expresión oral De 10 a 20 minutos El candidato mantendrá con el tribunal una conversación sobre temas de actualidad en general o relacionados con el sistema educativo durante un tiempo de 10 a 20 minutos. En su desarrollo el aspirante deberá demostrar su destreza lingüística en la lengua extranjera objeto de convocatoria, así como su competencia comunicativa y profesional.
  6. 6. F.A.Q. - EXAMEN HABILITACION COMUNIDAD MADRID ¿Dónde puedo encontrar modelos de examen? - Cualquier modelo de examen de C1 con componente escrito y oral. - Los centros preparadores suelen tener modelos de examen similares. Si tengo cualquier titulación C1, ¿ tengo la habilitación de oficio? No, sólo si la has obtenido en los últimos cinco años anteriores a la convocatoria. ¿Dónde puedo encontrar un centro para prepararme la habilitación? -Cualquier centro especializado en exámenes oficiales con experiencia en C1 y C2. ¿Tiene Varona’s Institute cursos específicos para preparar la habilitación? Sí. Tanto en grupos como online. ¿Dónde tengo que hacer el examen de habilitación? En el Tribunal que se te adjudique según la publicación en BOCM, siempre y cuando hayas entregado la documentación y haya sido aceptada dentro de plazo. ¿Cuándo es el examen de habilitación? Cuando lo convoque la Comunidad de Madrid ¿Me puedo presentar al examen si no estoy ejerciendo? No. Sólo si estás en las listas de interinos. ¿Cuánto cuesta? Es gratuito.
  7. 7. CAMBRIDGE EXAMS - CAE – Cambridge Advanced English - C1 - CPE – Cambridge Proficiency in English - C2
  8. 8. CAE – Cambridge Advanced - C1 Paper Content Marks Purpose Reading (1 hour 15 minutes) 4 parts/ 34 questions 20% Shows you can deal confidently with different types of text, such as fiction, newspapers and magazines. Part 1 (Multiple choice-Three texts) Part 2 (Gapped text) Part 3 (Multiple choice 1 text ) Part 4 (Multiple matching) Writing (1 hour 30 minutes) 2 parts 20% You create two different pieces of writing, such as articles, essays, letters, proposals, reports and reviews. Part 1: one compulsory question 180–220 words Part 2: one question from a choice of five 220–260 words Use of English (1 hour) 5 parts/ 50 questions 20% Tests your use of English with different types of exercise that show how well you can control your grammar and vocabulary. Part 1 (Multiple-choice cloze) Part 2 (Open cloze) Part 3 (Word formation) Part 4 (Gapped sentences) Part 5 (Key word transformations) Listening (about 40 minutes) 4 parts/ 30 questions 20% Tests your ability to follow and understand a range of spoken materials such as inter views, radio broadcasts, presentations, talks and everyday conversations. Part 1 (Multiple choice) Part 2 (Sentence completion) Part 3 (Multiple choice) Part 4 (Multiple matching) Speaking (15 minutes per pair of candidates) 4 parts 20% Tests your ability to communicate effectively in face-to-face situations. You will take the Speaking test with another candidate. Part 1 (Interview) Part 2 (Long turn) Part 3 (Collaborative task) Part 4 (Discussion) TOTAL SCORE : + 60 %
  9. 9. Paper Content Marks Purpose Reading (1 hour 30 minutes) 4 parts/ 40 questions 20% Books, non-specialist articles from journals, magazines and newspapers, promotional and informational materials (e.g. advertisements, guide books, manuals) Part 1 (Mult. choice-Lexical cloze 3 texts) Part 2 (Multiple choice 4 texts) Part 3 (Gapped text) Part 4 (Multiple choice) Writing (2 hous) 2 parts 20% Some material to read (approximately 100 words). Using the information in this material, you have to write an article, an essay, a letter or a proposal. Part 1: one compulsory question A choice of four questions (2–5). For Questions 2–4, you may have to write an article, letter, proposal, report or review. Part 2: one question from a choice of five . 300-350 words each part Use of English (1 hour 30 minutes) 5 parts/ 44 questions 20% Tests your use of English with different types of exercise that show how well you can control your grammar and vocabulary. Part 1 (Open cloze) Part 2 (Word formation) Part 3 (Gapped sentences) Part 4 (Key word transformations) Part 5 (Comprehension questions and summary writing task) Listening (about 40 minutes) 4 parts/ 28 questions 20% Tests your ability to follow and understand a range of spoken materials such as inter views, radio broadcasts, presentations, talks and everyday conversations. Part 1 (Multiple choice) Part 2 (Sentence completion) Part 3 (Multiple choice) Part 4 (Multiple matching) Speaking (19 minutes per pair of candidates) 3 parts 20% Tests your ability to communicate effectively in face-to-face situations. You will take the Sp eaking test with another candidate. Part 1 (Interview) Part 2 (Collaborative task) Part 3l (long turn and discussion) TOTAL SCORE : + 60 % CPE – Cambridge Proficiency – C2
  10. 10. F.A.Q. - CAMBRIDGE EXAMS Where can I find sample papers? •Free download on Cambridge Esol webpage. www.cambridgeesol.org •Bookshops/Editorials: E.g. Booksellers, Pearson, C.U.P. etc. What are the set texts? Some fixed texts may be read as preparation for the two optional set text tasks. Every year they change. What is Cambridge Computer-based practice test? Exams Online. You can sit them in authorised centres What are preparation centres? Authorised centres by Cambridge Esol to prepare students for Cambridge Exams. Is Varona’s Institute a preparation centre authorised by Cambridge ? Yes. Groups + One-to-one Where can I sit Cambridge Exams? Madrid examination centres: CESMA Business School, The British Council, the International House,, Ecus Educational Development. When can I sit CAE and CPE? 2013 – CAE - Every month / CPE (Check dates) (2 days exam: Reading + Writing + Listening/ Speaking) Where can I register for the exam? - Online www.cambridgeesol.org - On preparation and authorised centres How much does this exam cost? •CAE – 207€ •CPE - 214€
  11. 11. TRINITY INTEGRATED SKILLS OF ENGLISH (ISE) EXAMS - ISE III – C1 - ISE IV – C2
  12. 12. ISE III Task Task weighting Comments Portfolio Correspondence (180–210 words) Factual writing (220–250 words) Creative/description writing (220–250 words) 20% 40% 40% Candidates must select their portfolio tasks from the ISE III task list for the current examination year (January–December). www.trinitycollege.co.uk Correspondence: letter / email Factual writing: Article, report, review Creative/description writing: Description/ play/diary entry / story Prepared in advanced with an authorised teacher and centre. It must be handed in on the control written exam day. Controlled written exam 2 h.30 m. Task 1 (300 words) Task 2 (250 words) Task 3 (250 words) 33.33% 33.33% 33.33% Task 1 — Reading into writing task Task 2 — Correspondence task Task 3 — Creative writing task Interview 20 m. Topic presentation Topic discussion Interactive task Listening task Discussion of portfolio and conversation 20% 20% 20% 20% 20% Topic: Prepared in advance. - 4 minutes Topic discussion - 4 minutes Interactive task. - 4 minutes Listening - 3 minutes Discussion of the portfolio and conversation on subject areas -5 minutes. TRINITY ADVANCED – ISE III - C1
  13. 13. ISE III Task Task weighting Comments Portfolio Correspondence (300-350 words) Factual writing (300-350 words) Critical and analytical writing (300-350 words) 20% 40% 40% Candidates must select their portfolio tasks from the ISE III task list for the current examination year (January–December). www.trinitycollege.co.uk Correspondence: letter / email / blog Factual writing: Article / report / review / proposal Critical and analytical writing: Essay Prepared in advanced with an authorised teacher and centre. It must be handed in on the control written exam day. Controlled written exam 3 h. Task 1 (350 words) Task 2 (300 words) Task 3 (250 words) 33.33% 33.33% 33.33% Task 1 — Reading into writing task Task 2 — Reading into writing task Task 3 — Critical / analytical writing Interview 20 m. Topic presentation Topic discussion Interactive task Listening task Discussion of portfolio and conversation 20% 20% 20% 20% 20% Topic: Prepared in advance. - 5 minutes Topic discussion - 5 minutes Interactive task. – 5 minutes Listening - 3 minutes Discussion of the portfolio and conversation on subject areas -6 minutes. TRINITY ADVANCED – ISE IV – C2
  14. 14. F.A.Q. -TRINITY EXAMS Where can I find sample papers? •Free download from Trinity webpage. www.trinitycollege.co.uk •Bookshops/Editorials: Pass Trinity – Blackcat Edit. Is the Portfolio the same every year? What about the other parts of Trinity ISE exams? No, it isn’t. Every year there is a new list of tasks. The rest of the exam is the same (2010-2013) What are preparation centres? Authorised centres by Trinity to prepare students for Trinity exams. Exams are on these centres. Is Varona’s Institute a preparation and examination centre authorised by Trinity? Yes. Groups + One-to-one + online Where can I sit Trinity ISE Exams? Madrid : •Trinity exams – Isla de Oza, 28 •Varona’s Institute Trinity 3375– Avda. Buenos Aires, 21 •Other authorised centres When can I sit Trinity ISE exams? 2014 – Every month (check dates with your centre) 2 days exam: CWE Part / Oral Part Where can I register for the exam? - On preparation and authorised centres How much does this exam cost? •ISE III – 175€ •ISE IV - 185€
  15. 15. TOEFL – iBT, pBT, cBT (C 1) iBT, (Internet Based Test) pBT (Paper Based Test) cBT (Computer Based Test)
  16. 16. TOEFL – iBT, pBT, cBT – C1 SECTION TIME LIMIT (4 HOURS) QUESTIONS TOTAL SCORE TASKS Reading 60–80 minutes 36–56 questions 0–30 Read 3 or 4 passages from academic texts and answer questions. Listening 60–90 minutes 34–51 questions 0–30 Listen to lectures, classroom discussions and conversations, then answer questions. Break 10 minutes — — Speaking 20 minutes 6 tasks 0–30 Express an opinion on a familiar topic; speak based on reading and listening tasks. Writing 50 minutes 2 tasks 0–30 Write essay responses based on reading and listening tasks; support an opinion in writing. TOEFL (IBT) 110-120 = C1
  17. 17. Where can I find sample papers? •Free download from http://www.ets.org/toefl/ibt/prepare/sample_questions •Bookshops/Editorials: TOEFL test books. •TOEFL value Pack Premium: Buy online •TOEFL video channel + library What is the difference between the TOEFL iBT® and TOEFL® PBT tests? The TOEFL iBT test measures reading, listening, peaking and writing skills. It is offered 30 to 40 times a year, and is administered online at more than 4,500 testing sites in 165 countries. The TOEFL PBT test measures reading, listening, grammar and writing skills and is offered in areas where Internet-based testing is not available. Is Varona’s Institute a preparation centre? Yes. One-to-one only. We are not examination centre. Where can I sit TOEFL Exams? Madrid : • E.g.: Universidad Europea Madrid •Other authorised centres: check online: •http://www.ets.org/toefl/ibt/register/centers_dates/ When can I sit TOEFL exams? 2013 – Every month (check dates with the examination centre) The exam last 4 hours same day. Where can I register for the exam? Online only. How much does this exam cost? $ 240 (dollars) F.A.Q. -TOEFL EXAMS
  18. 18. PARTS Content Mar ks Purpose Listening (30 m.) 4 sections 40 questions 1-9 Sections 1 and 2 deal with everyday, social situations. Sections 3 and 4 deal with educational and training situations Each correct answer receives 1 mark. Academic Reading (60 m) 3 sections 40 questions 1-9 There are three reading texts with a variety of question types. 3 sections of 11 different type of questions ( multiple choice, Identifying information (True/False/Not given) , Identifying writer’s views/claims (Yes/No/Not given), matching information, matching heading, matching features, matching sentence endings, Sentence completion, Summary, note, table, flowchart completion, Diagram label completion, Short-answer questions. Academic Training Reading (60 m) 3 sections 40 questions 1-9 There are three sections of increasing difficulty. Section 1 may contain two or three short texts or several shorter texts. Section 2 contains two texts. In Section 3 there is one long text. (Idem structure of questions as above task) Academic Writing (60 m) 2 Tasks 1-9 Task 1 you have to describe some visual information in your own words (a graph, table, chart or diagram). You need to write at least 150 words in about 20 minutes. Task 2 you are given a point of view, argument or problem which you need to discuss. You need to write at least 250 words in about 40 minutes. Task 2 contributes twice as much as Task 1 to the Writing score. General Training Writing (60 m) 2 Tasks Task 1, you have to respond to a situation by writing a letter, for example asking for information or explaining a situation. You need to write at least 150 words in about 20 minutes. Task 2 you are given a point of view, argument or problem which you need to discuss. You need to write at least 250 words in about 40 minutes. Task 2 contributes twice as much as Task 1 to the Writing score. Speaking (11-14 m) 3 parts 1-9 Part 1 – Introduction and interview. Part 2 – Long turn Part 3 – Discussion TOTAL SCORE : 6,5-7 = C1 IELTS – International English Language Testing System
  19. 19. Where can I find sample papers? - Following the online course Road to IELTS. - After register in IELTS in the British Council you will get free access to this course. -There are also books and audio books available., - http://takeielts.britishcouncil.org/prepare-test/free-practice-tests Why is IELTS different to other Cambridge exams? IELTS is a “test level” which measure your language competences. There isn’t “pass” or “fail” . Other Cambridge English measure your linguistic competences. Is Varona’s Institute a preparation centre? Yes Where can I sit IELTS Exams? Madrid : • Universidad Carlos III •British Council (Administration Centre, Madrid) When can I sit IELTS exams? 2014 – Every month (check dates with the examination centre) The exam last 4 hours same day. Where can I register for the exam? Online only. Address: IELTS Administrator - Pº Gral. Martinez Campos, 31 -Madrid 28010 - Tel: 34 91 337 3577 - Fax: 34 91 337 3586 Email: exams.madrid@britishcouncil.es http://www.ielts.org / www.britishcouncil.es How much does this exam cost? 198 € F.A.Q. - IELTS EXAMS
  20. 20. TABLAS DE EQUIVALENCIA DE CERTIFICADOS Y SU CORRESPONDENCIA CON EL MARCO COMÚN EUROPEO DE REFERENCIA PARA LAS LENGUAS. CERTIFICATE A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2 CAMBRIDGE KET Key English Test PET Preliminary English Test FCE First Certificate of English CAE Cambridge Advanced English CPE Cambridge Proficiency of English TRINITY: ISE Integrated Skills in English ISE 0 ISE I ISE II ISE III ISE IV EOI (R.D. 1629/2006) BASICO 2 INTERMEDIO 2 AVANZADO 2 (TOEFL iBT) Test of English as a Foreign Language- Internet based 57-86 87-109 110-120 (IELTS) Cambridge: International English Language Testing Service. 1,0-2,5 3 3,5-4,5 5.0-6.0 6,5-7 7,5+ 7,5+
  21. 21.  DOCUMENTACION  ORDEN 180/2012, de 12 de enero, por la que se modifica la Orden 1672/2009, de 16 de abril, por la que se regula el procedimiento de obtención de la habilitación lingüística en idiomas extranjeros para el desempeño de puestos bilingües en centros docentes públicos y en centros privados concertados de Educación Infantil y Primaria y de Educación Secundaria de la Comunidad de Madrid. B.O.C.M. Núm 21, miércoles 25 de enero de 2012  RESOLUCIÓN conjunta de 11 de abril de 2013, de las Direcciones Generales de Recursos Humanos y de Becas y Ayudas a la Educación, por la que se convoca procedimientos para la obtención de la habilitación lingüística en idiomas extranjeros, para el desempeño de la docencia bilingüe en centros públicos y privados concertados de la Comunidad de Madrid. B.O.C.M. Núm. 90 miércoles 17 de abril de 2013- Pág. 79  Cambridge ESOL España - http://www.cambridgeesol.org  Trinity College London – http://www.trinitycollege.co.uk  TOEFL - http://www.ets.org/  IELTS - http://www.britishcouncil.org/spain/exams/ielts  VARONA’S INSTITUTE : www.varonas.com
  22. 22. Mª Ascensión Villalba Varona. avillalba@varonas.com www.varonas.com
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