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  • ASSESSING SPEAKING PROFICIENCY FOR NATO STANAG 6001 Curso de Preparación SLP 3333, SLP3-01-01Rev0
  • outline
    • description of the test
    • descriptors for levels 1 to 3
    • case studies in evaluation
  • the speaking test
    • 3 phases of the test:
      • warm up: questions about the candidate and their job
      • evaluation
      • close
    • test may include role plays and photo-description
    • key level 3 tasks include the ability to:
      • express and justify opinions and decisions
      • formulate hypothesis
      • discuss abstract topics
    • all interviews are recorded
    • timings: approximately 20 mins.
  • level 1 / survival
    • handles simple communication in everyday situations
    • can communicate about simple routine tasks at work
    • frequent errors in pronunciation, vocabulary & grammar
    • often only uses one tense and avoids certain structures
    • hesitation, erratic word order & groping for words
    • cannot produce continuous discourse
  • level 1+ / survival +
    • handles predictable, everyday conversations
    • discusses family, personal experience, travel & job
    • some ability with longer conversations on concrete topics
    • limited control of simple grammatical structures
    • frequent errors may impede communication
    • delivery is often laboured
    • even natives used to NNS may need repetition
  • level 2 / functional
    • communicates in everyday social & work situations
    • describes people, places, and things
    • narrates current, past, and future in simple paragraphs
    • gives straightforward instructions and directions
    • asks and answers predictable questions
    • controls simple grammatical structures
    • avoids / misuses more complex structures
    • speaks in a way that is appropriate to the situation
    • errors may sometimes distort meaning or disturb the NS
  • level 2+ / functional +
    • can discuss special interests & fields of competence
    • gives detailed instructions and directions
    • can talk about practical, social and professional topics
    • discusses abstract concepts with non-abstract language
    • understood by native speakers not used to non-natives
    • has difficulty in supporting opinion & clarifying points
    • errors may interfere with elaborating a point of view.
  • level 3 / professional
    • discusses everyday & professional topics with ease
      • can express, justify and support opinions and decisions
    • formulates hypothesis & deals with unfamiliar subjects
    • discusses such topics as economics, science & philosophy
    • speaks clearly and naturally without groping for words
    • pronunciation may be obviously foreign
    • may have errors in highly complex structures
    • rare errors don’t distort meaning or disturb the NS
  • case study # 1
    • Click to listen to a candidate
    • What level would you give?
    Level 1 + Level 1 Level 2 + Level 2 Level 3 + Level 3
  • case study # 2
    • Click to listen to a candidate
    • What level would you give?
    Level 1 + Level 1 Level 2 + Level 2 Level 3 + Level 3
  • case study # 3
    • Click to listen to a candidate
    • What level would you give?
    Level 1 + Level 1 Level 2 + Level 2 Level 3 + Level 3
  • case study # 4
    • Click to listen to a candidate
    • What level would you give?
    Level 1 + Level 1 Level 2 + Level 2 Level 3 + Level 3
  • case study # 5
    • Click to listen to a candidate
    • What level would you give?
    Level 1 + Level 1 Level 2 + Level 2 Level 3 + Level 3
  • case study # 6
    • Click to listen to a candidate
    • What level would you give?
    Level 1 + Level 1 Level 2 + Level 2 Level 3 + Level 3
  • ASSESSING SPEAKING PROFICIENCY FOR NATO STANAG 6001 Curso de Preparación SLP 3333, SLP3-01-01Rev0