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    • Preliminary English Test Speaking Test PART 1 (2-3 minutes) Phase 1 Interlocutor A/B Good morning / afternoon / evening. Can I have your student cards, please? Write down your name and sign here, please. A/B I’m …………. and this is …………. . He / she is just going to listen to us. A Now, what’s your name? Thank you. B And, what’s your name? Thank you. Back-up prompts B Candidate B, what’s your surname? How do you write your How do you spell it? family / second name? Thank you. A And Candidate A, what’s your surname? How do you spell it? Thank you. (Ask the following questions. Ask A first.) Where do you live / come from? Do you live in ….? Do you work or are you a student in …? Have you got a job? What do you do / study? What job do you do? What subject(s) do you study? Thank you. Do you have English lessons? (Repeat for B)
    • PART 2 (2-3 minutes) Interlocutor Say to both candidates: I’m going to describe a situation to you. You are going to visit one of your friends who lives five kilometres away from your school. Talk together about the means of transport that you should use and say which would be the best. Here is a picture with some ideas to help you. Place Part 2 booklet, open at Task 1, in front of candidates. Pause I’ll say that again. You are going to visit one of your friends who lives five kilometres away from your school. Talk together about the means of transport that you should use and say which would be the best. All right? Talk together. Allow the candidates enough time to complete the task without intervention. Prompt only if necessary. Thank you. (Can I have the booklet, please?) Retrieve Part 2 booklet. PART 3 (3 minutes)
    • Interlocutor Say to both Now, I’d like each of you to talk on your own about something. I’m going to give candidates: each of you a photograph of people going shopping. Candidate A, here is your photograph. (Place Part 3 booklet, open at Task 1A, in front of candidate A.) Please show it to Candidate B, but I’d like you to talk about it. Candidate B, you just listen. I’ll give you your photograph in a moment. Candidate A, please tell us what you can see in your photograph. Approximately one minute (Candidate A) If there is a need to intervene, prompts rather than direct questions should be used. Thank you. (Can I have your booklet please?) Retrieve Part 3 booklet from Candidate A. Interlocutor Now, Candidate B, here is your photograph. It also shows people going shopping. (Place Part 3 booklet, open at Task 1B, in front of candidate B.) Please show it to Candidate A and tell us what you can see in the photograph. (Candidate B) Approximately one minute Thank you. (Can I have the booklet, please?) Retrieve Part 3 booklet from Candidate B. PART 4 (3 minutes) Interlocutor Your photographs showed people going shopping. Now, I’d like you to talk together Say to both about the kinds of shops that you often go to and the things that you often buy when candidates: going shopping. Allow the candidates enough time to complete the task without intervention. Prompt only if necessary. Back-up prompts Thank you. That’s the end of the test. 1. Talk about the kinds of shop you often go to. 2. Talk about what you often buy. 3. Talk about who you often go with.
    • Speaking Test Assessment Scales (PET – B1 level) Analytical Scales Name Grammar and Discourse Pronunciation Interactive Total Vocabulary Management Communication 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26.
    • Speaking Test Assessment Scales (PET – B1 level) Analytical Scales Grammar and Vocabulary Discourse Management Pronunciation Interactive Communication • Shows a good degree of control of • Produces extended stretches of • Is intelligible. • Initiates and responds simple grammatical forms, and language despite some hesitation. • Intonation is generally appropriately. attempts some complex • Contributions are relevant appropriate. • Maintains and develops the 10 • grammatical forms. Uses a range of appropriate despite some repetition. • Sentence and word stress is interaction and negotiates towards an outcome with • Uses a range of cohesive devices. generally accurately placed. vocabulary to give and exchange very little support. • Individual sounds are generally views on familiar topics. articulated clearly. 9 More features of 10 than of 6. 8 Some features of 6 and some features of 10 in approximately equal measure. 7 More features of 6 than of 10. • Shows a good degree of control of • Produces responses which are • Is mostly intelligible, and has • Initiates and responds simple grammatical forms. extended beyond short phrases, some control of phonological appropriately. • Uses a range of appropriate despite some hesitation. features at both utterance and • Keeps the interaction going 6 vocabulary when talking about familiar topics. • Contributions are mostly relevant, but there may be some word levels. with very little prompting and support. repetition. • Uses basic cohesive devices. 5 More features of 6 than of 2. 4 Some features of 6 and some features of 2 in approximately equal measure. 3 More features of 2 than of 6. • Show sufficient control of simple • Produces responses which are • Is mostly intelligible, despite • Maintains simple exchanges, grammatical forms. characterised by short phrases limited control of phonological despite some difficulty. • and frequent hesitation. features. • Requires prompting and 2 Uses a limited range of appropriate vocabulary to talk about familiar • Repeats information or digresses support. topics. from the topic. 0 Performance does not satisfy the Band 2 descriptor.
    • Speaking Test Assessment Scales (PET – B1 level) Global Achievement Scales Name 0 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1 0 Band 1. • Handles communication on 2. familiar topics, despite some 3. hesitation. 4. 5. • Organises extended discourse 10 but occasionally produces 6. utterances that lack coherence, 7. and some inaccuracies and 8. inappropriate usage occur 9. 10. More features of 10 than of 6. 9 11. 12. Some features of 6 and some features of 10 in approximately equal measure. 8 13. 14. 15. More features of 6 than of 10. 7 16. • Handles communication on 17. familiar topics, despite 18. hesitation. 19. • Constructs longer utterances but 6 20. is not able to use complex 21. language except in well- 22. rehearsed utterances. 23. 24. More features of 6 than of 2. 5 25. Some features of 6 and some features of 26. 2 in approximately equal measure. 4 27. 28. More features of 2 than of 6. 3 29. • Conveys basic meaning on 30. very familiar or highly 31. predictable topics. 32. 2 33. • Produces utterances which tend to be very short – words or 34. phrases – with frequent 35. hesitation and pauses. 36.
    • 37. Performance does not satisfy the Band 2 descriptor. 0 38. FINAL SPEAKING TEST - An overview Things to remember: 1. There are 4 parts in the test. 2. There is no time for preparation before each part. 3. Students should speak no Vietnamese during the test. 4. Remember to bring student cards. PART 1 (2-3 minutes) - Teacher asks each student some familiar questions. PART 2 (2-3 minutes) - Students talk to each other to decide which option would be the best in a situation. - About 6 options are given. Students should discuss all the options before choosing the best. - There is a picture with some ideas to help students. - For example, a school is going to build a sports club. Talk together about the kinds of sports the school should develop and say which would be the best. PART 3 (1 minute for each student) - Each student is given a photograph. While student A (B) is describing the photograph, student B (A) will just listen. - ONLY ONE minute for picture description. - No message is needed in this part. Just description. PART 4 (3 minutes) - Students discuss a topic which is given by Teacher. - Students should avoid this problem: Student A speaks too much while Student B speaks too little.
    • Đánh giá sinh viên trong bài thi mẫu Sample Test 4 Hương (áo đỏ) - Ngữ pháp và từ vựng: có khả năng sử dụng cấu trúc ngữ pháp đơn giản ở mức vừa phải và từ vựng phù hợp để nói về những vấn đề quen thuộc (7 điểm) - Kiểm soát ngôn liệu: đôi khi vẫn sử dụng những cụm đơn giản thay vì câu đầy đủ; nội dung hầu hết là phù hợp; biết cách sử dụng những phương tiện liên kết ở mức độ cơ bản. (7 điểm) - Phát âm: về cơ bản là rõ ràng; mức độ chú trọng đến trọng âm và ngữ điệu chưa được ổn định (7 điểm) - Khả năng giao tiếp: duy trì tốt giao tiếp trong quá trình thảo luận và phát triển bài nói (9 điểm) TỔNG ĐIỂM: 7,5 Tú Anh (áo vàng) - Ngữ pháp và từ vựng: có khả năng sử dụng cấu trúc ngữ pháp đơn giản một cách ổn định, có xuất hiện một số cấu trúc phức tạp hơn; từ vựng phù hợp để nói về những vấn đề quen thuộc (8 điểm) - Kiểm soát ngôn liệu: cấu trúc câu phức tạp được sử dụng; nội dung phù hợp; biết cách sử dụng những phương tiện liên kết ở mức độ cơ bản. (8 điểm) - Phát âm: rõ ràng với một số âm khó phát âm chuẩn; mức độ chú trọng đến trọng âm và ngữ điệu khá ổn định (9 điểm) - Khả năng giao tiếp: duy trì tốt giao tiếp trong quá trình thảo luận và phát triển bài nói (9 điểm) TỔNG ĐIỂM: 8,5