Language Exam   Powerpoint Templates                          Page 1
Los• Have a full, comprehensive understanding  of what is required in the exam tomorrow               Powerpoint Templates...
TodayI know what you’re required to do...I’m going to share with you some key  information.              Powerpoint Templa...
Firstly• Your exam script is scanned and then  chopped up! LOL• The examiner NEVER sees a complete  script (unless in exce...
My Top Tips• Number 1• Know the exam – you have the sheet.  Learn what you’re being asked to do in  each question. e.g. Kn...
• Number 2• Timing, timing, timing, timing, timing,  timing, timing, timing, timing, timing.  ALWAYS TIMING.• The most mar...
Q4• Number 3• Compare in Q4 – a linked point and PEE+  sandwich will help you structure this.              Powerpoint Temp...
• Number 4• In section b, get the basics right! You  WILL look like a total doof if you get there,  their and they’re wron...
• Number 5• Learn i, ii and iii. What must you include?                Powerpoint Templates                               ...
Content/ Communication• i.• On the back of your candidate number,  wherever, write linguistic devices or  words, ones you ...
Organisation• ii• Paragraphs change with topic, place, time.• Link the end and start of next paragraph• Include a single s...
More               Accuracy                  marks                                        for this• iii• Sentence accuracy...
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Final language Resource EVER

  1. 1. Language Exam Powerpoint Templates Page 1
  2. 2. Los• Have a full, comprehensive understanding of what is required in the exam tomorrow Powerpoint Templates Page 2
  3. 3. TodayI know what you’re required to do...I’m going to share with you some key information. Powerpoint Templates Page 3
  4. 4. Firstly• Your exam script is scanned and then chopped up! LOL• The examiner NEVER sees a complete script (unless in exceptional circumstances)• So you really need to serve it up. Also, they’ve changed the way it’s marked! Powerpoint Templates Page 4
  5. 5. My Top Tips• Number 1• Know the exam – you have the sheet. Learn what you’re being asked to do in each question. e.g. Know before you even read Source 2 that this is the one you’ll be asked about presentation etc. Powerpoint Templates Page 5
  6. 6. • Number 2• Timing, timing, timing, timing, timing, timing, timing, timing, timing, timing. ALWAYS TIMING.• The most marks in the exam are in the final question. DO NOT run out of time.• Look at the clock in the exam and check time per question. If you’re taking too long, skip and go back to it... Powerpoint Templates Page 6
  7. 7. Q4• Number 3• Compare in Q4 – a linked point and PEE+ sandwich will help you structure this. Powerpoint Templates Page 7
  8. 8. • Number 4• In section b, get the basics right! You WILL look like a total doof if you get there, their and they’re wrong. Powerpoint Templates Page 8
  9. 9. • Number 5• Learn i, ii and iii. What must you include? Powerpoint Templates Page 9
  10. 10. Content/ Communication• i.• On the back of your candidate number, wherever, write linguistic devices or words, ones you remember and ones you see. (What can you steal??!!) This is actually inaccurate so don’t do it Powerpoint Templates in the exam Page 10
  11. 11. Organisation• ii• Paragraphs change with topic, place, time.• Link the end and start of next paragraph• Include a single sentence paragraph.• Link the beginning and the end of a text. Have a key word. Start with a question and link to it at the end.• Include a range of discourse markers. Powerpoint Templates Page 11
  12. 12. More Accuracy marks for this• iii• Sentence accuracy and variation.Check list:• Capital letters and full-stops (yes, really)• ?!.;:()... (do not overuse any of these though) (otherwise it looks a bit weird).• Single word sentence for impact.• Embedded clauses, subordinate clause first.• Accurate apostrophes• The four freakin sentence variations! Powerpoint Templates Page 12

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