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Speaking part 3

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Speaking part 3

  1. 1. FCE PAPER 5. SPEAKING TEST. PART 3: COLLABORATIVE TASK
  2. 2. FCE. PAPER 5. SPEAKING, PART 3:COLLABORATIVE TASK (3 minutes) COLLABORATIVE TASK: DISCUSS A VISUAL, EXPRESSING AND JUSTIFYING OPINIONS, EVALUATING AND SPECULATING, IN ORDER TO WORK TOWARDS A NEGOTIATED DECISION. PROCEDURE - THE EXAMINER GIVES YOU A PAGE WITH A NUMBER OF PICTURES ON IT AND ASKS YOU TWO QUESTIONS -TO DEAL WITH THE FIRST QUESTION, YOU HAVE TO DISCUSS EACH OTHER OF THE PICTURES IN TURN -TO DEAL WITH THE SECOND QUESTION, YOU HAVE TO DISCUSS AND REACH A DECISION
  3. 3. FCE. PAPER 5. SPEAKING, PART 3:COLLABORATIVE TASK in 4 STEPS COLLABORATIVE TASK: MAIN STEPS 0- begin asking your parter if he wants to start o you will do it. Well, we have to decide…/shall I start/ do you want to start? 1-Choose one picture in turns and talk about it taking into account the FIRST question asked by the examiner which is written on top of the visuals. I think/ I believe/In my opinion/in my eyes/ as I see it/ …. 2-Justify your choice and ask/ involve your partner to agree or disagree. What do you think?/ do you think I’m right?/ Do you agree?/How do you see it? That’s a good idea/ absolutely!/ you’re totally right/you’ve got a point 3-Keep the conversation moving. It is important for you and your partner to work together and take turns to speak. Let’s look at the next one/shall we move to this picture?/what about the next suggestion/this idea/picture? 4. After going through all the photographs or pictures, reach a decision together. All right, we have to decide…../ All right, which (MORE SUGGESTIONS ON SLIDE 10)
  4. 4. SITUATION: Now, I’d like you to talk about something together for about three minutes. Here are some different activities that students do after school. •First, talk to each other about it might be important to do these activities after school. •Then decide which two activities are not important for students to do after school.
  5. 5. SITUATION: Now, I’d like you to talk about something together for about three minutes. Here are some different things that people might want to take with them. •First, talk together about which things you would like to take with you on a school trip for a week. •Then decide which two things would be the most important thing to take with you.
  6. 6. FCE. PAPER 5. SPEAKING, PART 3:COLLABORATIVE TASK (3 minutes) SITUATION: I’d like you to imagine that your college has organized a photography competition about the surroundings of the cities. A number of photographs have been previously chosen. •First, talk to each other about what each entry show and how effective is each photograph in showing “perfect surroundings”. -Then, decide which photograph should win the competition and which should come second. INVOLVING YOUR PARTNER: -What do you think…? -Do you agree (with me)? -What about this picture…? -I think…burt about you? KEEPING THE DISCUSSION MOVING: -What about this picture? What do you think? -Don’t you think…? -Let’s move on the next picture/ second question -Shall we move on the second picture/second question? AGREEING: -You’re right/that’s right -I (quite, totally) agree -That’s true/ a good idea -Sure! DISAGREEING: -I’m not sure. I think… -Maybe/perhaps, but/ however -I don’t really agree/ I disagree. I think/ believe
  7. 7. SPEAKING, PART 3. Outdoors activities. In this part of the text I want you to discuss together. I’m going to explain a situation to you. You are in charge of a group of teenagers on holiday, and you have to choose two actyivities for them. Talk to each other about advantages and disadvantages of each of these activities in this situation. Then decide which two activities should be chosen. AGREEING: -If we have to choose…..I’d suggest… -I agree on this… -I believe that the best choice is EXPRESSING PERSONAL OPINION - I THINK -I BELIEVE -IN MY EYES -I’VE GOT THE IMPRESSION THAT -I GUESS/ ASSUME/SUPPOSE
  8. 8. SPEAKING, PART 4. Outdoors activities. -Do you prefer team sports or individual sports? Why? -What skills do team sports require? Why? -Why do you think some people are good at sports and others aren’t?
  9. 9. SPEAKING, PART 3. Film Day. In this part of the text I want you to discuss together. I’m going to explain a situation to you. Your school is organising a Film Day for students. Talk to each other about the type of film that would appeal to students. Then decide which two types of film should be shown on Film Day.
  10. 10. SPEAKING, PART 4. Film Day. -Do you prefer watching films on television or in the cinema? Why? -Do you think watching a film in a cinema creates a special atmosphere? Why? -Why do you think some films are still popular a long time after they were made?
  11. 11. SPEAKING, PART 3. Environmental problems. In this part of the text I want you to discuss together. I’m going to explain a situation to you. The children in a school class are preparing posters to raise environmental awareness in their area. Talk to each other about each image. Then decide which two of these pictures would be the most useful for the children’s posters.
  12. 12. SPEAKING, PART 4. Environmental Problems. -Are school clubs and societies, such a photographic club and a computer club, useful for pupils? Why (not)? -Should schools try to become active parts of the local community? Why (not) -How can schools raise people’s environmental awareness?
  13. 13. DEPARTMENT STORE SHOPPING CENTER/MAL L SHOP/SHOP WINDOW BOOK STORE MUSIC SUPERMARKET STORE
  14. 14. CREDIT CARD PRICE/ PRICE TAG CASH SHOPPING LIST TROLLEY CHECK OUT SHOP SHELVES SHOP ASSISTANT/ CUSTOMERS A BARGAIN/DISCOUN T STALL SHOPPERS MARKET
  15. 15. SHOPPING: ACTIONS PEOPLE QUEUEING AT THE CHECKOUT TRYING CLOTHES PAYING AT THE CHECKOUT PEOPLE WALKING AROUND THE STALLS
  16. 16. SPEAKING, PART 3 INTERLOCUTOR: Now, I’d like you to talk about something together for about three minutes. Here are some pictures of different kinds of business. First, talk about how useful these ideas would be for attracting customers. Then decide which three ideas the department store should choose for this purpose. SPEAKING, PART 4 INTERLOCUTOR to candidate B •Which idea from an academy will attract you if you wanted to learn a second language? •How important do you think facilities are in a department store? •If you were the manager of a shopping centre, what would you offer your customers?
  17. 17. INTERLOCUTOR: Now, I’d like you to talk about something together for about three minutes. Here are some pictures of different shops. Your friends want to go shopping, but they don’t have too much time for it. First, talk about which shops they should visit during a shoping morning . Then decide which three shops they could go in this limited time.
  18. 18. GIVING ADVICE/ GIVING ADVICE/SUGGEST MAKING DECISIONS - I THINK YOU SHOULD - WHY DON’T YOU…? - YOU COULD… - IT’S/IT COULD BE A GOOD IDEA TO - I THINK THE BEST IDEA IS… - I THINK THAT THE RIGHT THING TO DO IS - I THINK……..IS THE BEST You and your friend want to go on an adventure holiday this summer. First, Talk together about the different kinds of adventure holidays you’d like to do. Then, decide which one you will do in the summer. - Climbing - Cycling - Fishing - Trecking - Swimming - Canoeing • What different kinds of adventure holidays you’d like to do? • Which one will you do in the summer?
  19. 19. SPEAKING, PART 3 A friend of yours wants to take up a new hobby, but she doesn’t know what to do. Talk together about which hobbies she could take. Then, decide which is the most appropriate for her.
  20. 20. FCE. PAPER 5. SPEAKING, PART 2:PHOTOGRAPHS (4 minutes) SITUATION: I’d like you to imagine that your company has invited you and a workmate to an exciting safari in Africa. -First, talk to each other about the things you will need to tke to your trip. . -Then, decide which item you are not going to take because you won’t need it. .
  21. 21. FCE. PAPER 5. SPEAKING, PART 2:PHOTOGRAPHS (4 minutes) SITUATION: I’d like you to imagine that you are talking with a colleage different forms of communication. -First, talk to each other about the advantages and disadvantages of all these forms of communication. . . -Then, decide which form of communication is best for personal communication.
  22. 22. FCE. PAPER 5. SPEAKING, PART 2:PHOTOGRAPHS (4 minutes) SITUATION: I’d like you to imagine that you have two teenagers who want a pet. You all live in a flat. -First, talk about the advantages and disadvantages of having each animal. -Then, decide which would be the most suitable. .
  23. 23. FCE. PAPER 5. SPEAKING, PART 2:PHOTOGRAPHS (4 minutes) SITUATION: I’d like you are discussing with your partner about different jobs. -First, talk about which job would be difficult to do without proper training. -Then, decide which job would be easiest to do.

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