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Assessment criteria for ni in castilla la mancha

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Criterios de evaluación nivel intermedio EEOOII para Castilla la Mancha

Criterios de evaluación nivel intermedio EEOOII para Castilla la Mancha

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  • 1. ASSESSMENT CRITERIA FOR NI IN CASTILLA LA MANCHA http: www.educajccm.es
  • 2. THINGS INTERMEDIATE LEARNERS SHOULD KNOW
    • Understand main points in clear texts in standard English
    • Be able to produce easy and coherent texts about familiar topics
    • Describe experiences, events, wishes and express different points of view
    • Topics: Family, food, Free time activities, Gestures, Housing, Work, Mass media, Travel, Health, Education, Weather, Cultural topics
    • Text types: dialogues, speeches, exhibitions, surveys, polls, essays, newspaper articles, reviews, brochures, literary texts
  • 3. READING SKILL
    • Identify the global intention of a text
    • Understand the text type
    • Identify the main ideas
    • Understand meaning of words /expressions
    • Establish relationships among text elements
    • Understand temporal, spatial, causal, conditional relationships
    • Critically assess given info, expressing opinion
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    • THINGS YOU CAN BE ASKED TO DO
    • ASSESSMENT POINTS
  • 4. INFO ABOUT READING PART
    • Time to make the test: 60 minutes
    • Text length: 500 words
    • Can students use monolingual dictionary?
    • Total score: 10 points
  • 5. LISTENING SKILL
    • Identify the global intention of a text
    • Understand the text type
    • Identify the main ideas
    • Understand meaning of words /expressions
    • Establish relationships among text elements
    • Understand temporal, spatial, causal, conditional relationships
    • Critically assess given info, expressing opinion
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    • THINGS YOU CAN BE ASKED TO DO
    • ASSESSMENT POINTS
  • 6. INFO ABOUT LISTENING PART
    • Time to do the task: 45 minutes
    • Recording length: 4 minutes as maximum
    • Total score: 10 points
  • 7. WRITING SKILL
    • Plan text
    • Respect text type features
    • Present content using cohesive devices
    • Respect number of words
    • Use appropriate lexis
    • Use a varied + rich discourse
    • Use the connectors
    • Respect grammar structures
    • Respect the spelling +punctuation rules
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    • THINGS YOU CAN BE ASKED TO DO
    • ASSESSMENT POINTS
  • 8. INFO ABOUT WRITING PART
    • Time to make your writing: 45 minutes
    • Number of words: 150-200 words?
    • Total score: 12 points
  • 9. ORAL EXAM
    • Plan discourse (1,0)
    • Well-planned discourse (2,1,0)
    • Use appropriate lexis (2,1,0)
    • Varied + rich discourse (2,1,0)
    • Use discourse markers (1,0)
    • Speak with rhythm, intonation (2,1,0)
    • Build grammatically correct sentences (2,1,0)
    • Use conversation strategies (2,1,0)
    • Use appropriate lexis (2,1,0)
    • Understand discourse +reply (2,1,0)
    • Express with rhythm, intonation (2,1,0)
    • Build grammatically correct sentences (2,1,0)
    • SPEAKING PART
    • CONVERSATION
  • 10. INFO ABOUT THE ORAL EXAM
    • SPEAKING:
    • Time to take notes (5 minutes)
    • Length of speech ( 3-4 minutes)
    • Total score: 12 points
    • TALKING:
    • Time to make conversation: 5-7 minutes
    • Total score: 10 points

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