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IGCSEInternational General Certificate ofSecondary Education English as a         Second Language  Introduction to IGCSE ESL
Overview Introduction The Syllabus 0510/0511 and Exam The Papers (overview, format, skills)
IntroductionA few facts about IGCSE ESL• IGCSE ESL is in over 150 countries• Over 15, 000 candidates sit for the  IGCSE ES...
Introduction• A Grade C in IGCSE English (First  Language and Second Language)  satisfies the entry requirements of many  ...
The Syllabus & ExamSyllabus 0510 and 0511 Aims of the course and exam Differences between the syllabi Core and Extended...
Papers 1 and 2       Reading and WritingPaper 1 = Core Paper 2 = Extended   Exercise 1   Reading Comprehension   Exercis...
Papers 3 and 4              ListeningPaper 3 = Core Paper 4 = Extended Part 1   (Q1-6)    Short answers Part 2   (Q7-8) ...
Paper 5            SpeakingOral Assessment Warm-up conversation (not assessed) Oral test card
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English igcse 2013

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English igcse 2013

  1. 1. IGCSEInternational General Certificate ofSecondary Education English as a Second Language Introduction to IGCSE ESL
  2. 2. Overview Introduction The Syllabus 0510/0511 and Exam The Papers (overview, format, skills)
  3. 3. IntroductionA few facts about IGCSE ESL• IGCSE ESL is in over 150 countries• Over 15, 000 candidates sit for the IGCSE ESL exam• Grades A-E in the core and extended are equivalent to O level grades A-E• Grade C for Core and Extended are equivalent to a C at O level
  4. 4. Introduction• A Grade C in IGCSE English (First Language and Second Language) satisfies the entry requirements of many universities in the UK, Brunei and other Anglophone countries
  5. 5. The Syllabus & ExamSyllabus 0510 and 0511 Aims of the course and exam Differences between the syllabi Core and Extended Tiers Assessment Implications for teaching Resources
  6. 6. Papers 1 and 2 Reading and WritingPaper 1 = Core Paper 2 = Extended Exercise 1 Reading Comprehension Exercise 2 Reading Comprehension Exercise 3 Information Transfer/Form Filling Exercise 4 Note-taking Exercise 5 Summary Exercise 6 Writing Exercise 7 Writing
  7. 7. Papers 3 and 4 ListeningPaper 3 = Core Paper 4 = Extended Part 1 (Q1-6) Short answers Part 2 (Q7-8) Gap fill Part 3 (Q9-10) Multiple choice (Core) OR Short answers (Extended)
  8. 8. Paper 5 SpeakingOral Assessment Warm-up conversation (not assessed) Oral test card

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