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Επίπεδο B2 (LOWER) – Καλή Γνώση της
Αγγλικής
Τεσσάρων Εξεταστικών Φορέων Αγγλικής Γλώσσας
Τα διπλώματά τους είναι
ΙΣΟΒΙΑ, ΙΣΟΤΙΜΑ, ΙΣΑΞΙΑ και ΑΝΑΓΝΩΡΙΣΜΕΝΑ από το Α.Σ.Ε.Π.
Τα στοιχεία που παρατίθενται έχουν συλλεχθεί τον Δεκέμβριο 2016 από τις επίσημες ιστοσελίδες των εξεταστικών φορέων
ESB
USE OF
ENGLISH
READING WRITING LISTENING SPEAKING
Level 1 (B2) - EXAM TOTAL TIME: 150 MINS (2 HOURS 30 MINS)
http://wp.esbuk.org/
Φορέας
οργάνωσης
εξετάσεων
στην Ελλάδα:
EUROPALSO
www.europalso.gr
OVERALL PASS
MARK
55%
20%
PART 1 GRAMMAR
10 ITEMS
Multiple Choice Items
4 options. Sentence
level
PART 2
VOCABULARY
10 ITEMS
Multiple Choice Items
4 options.
Sentence level
PART 3
GRAMMAR &
VOCABULARY
10 ITEMS
200 - 250 words
Multiple Choice Cloze
4 options. Text Level
PART 4
VOCABULARY,
PREFIXES, SUFFIXES
5 ITEMS
Multiple Choice Word
formation.
Sentence level
PART 5
5 ITEMS
Multiple Choice
identify sentence with
same meaning.
Sentence level
20%
PART 1
450-500 words
10 ITEMS
Multiple Choice
4 choosing paragraph
headings – 6 Options
6 Multiple Choice
items - 4 options
OBJECTIVES
Skim and Scan
reading. Inferring the
meaning of unknown
words from context
PART 2
450-500 words
5 ITEMS
5 Multiple Choice
OBJECTIVES
Skimming and
Scanning Inferring the
meaning of unknown
words from context - 4
options
20%
180-200 words
1 TEXT
Choice of letter
formal or informal,
story or essay or
article
OBJECTIVES
Fluency &
Accuracy of
content &
appropriacy,
Organisation,
Cohesion,
Language
(Grammar &
Lexis), Mechanics
(Spelling &
Punctuation)
20% 30 mins
EACH LISTENING
IS HEARD TWICE
PART 1:
TRUE/FALSE
Short dialogue
10 ITEMS
Approx 10 minutes for
both plays including 1
minute to read the
questions and additional
time for instructions
PART 2:
Talk or interview on a
particular topic
10 ITEMS
Multiple Choice,
3 Options 2 short tasks
of around 5 minutes each
(20 minutes for whole of
part 2) including 1 minute
to read the questions and
additional time for
instructions per task
20% 12 mins
STUDENTS IN
PAIRS
PART 1: 3 mins
Personal Information
PART 2: 4 mins
reacting to a
statement, discussion
in pairs
PART 3: 5 mins
responding to
questions from
examiner and reacting
to partner's response
OBJECTIVES
Grammar,
vocabulary,
pronunciation,
interaction, discourse
management, task
completion
MICHIGAN GVR
(Grammar, Vocabulary, Reading)
WRITING LISTENING SPEAKING
ECCE (B2) (Examination for the Certificate of Competency in English) - EXAM TOTAL TIME: 165 MINS (2 H 45 M)
http://umich.edu/
Φορέας
οργάνωσης
εξετάσεων
στην Ελλάδα:
Hellenic
American
Union
www.hau.gr
OVERALL PASS
MARK
65%
40% 90 mins
GRAMMAR
35 ITEMS
MULTIPLE CHOICE
An incomplete sentence is
followed by a choice of words or
phrases to complete it. Only one
choice is grammatically correct.
VOCABULARY
35 ITEMS
MULTIPLE CHOICE
An incomplete sentence is
followed by a choice of words to
complete it.
Only one word has the correct
meaning in that context.
READING
MULTIPLE CHOICE
PART 1: 30 ITEMS
A short reading passage on a
topic, followed by 5 comprehension
questions (two passages)
PART 2: 30 ITEMS
Four short texts related to each
other by topic, followed by 10
questions (two sets of texts)
20% 30
mins
The examinee
reads a short
excerpt from a
newspaper article
and then writes a
letter or an essay
giving his or her
opinion on the
situation or issue in
the article
20% 30 mins
PART 1
30 ITEMS
MULTIPLE CHOICE
A short recorded
conversation is followed by
a question. Answer choices
are shown as pictures
PART 2
20 ITEMS
MULTIPLE CHOICE
Short extended talks on
four different topics, each
followed by 4-6 questions.
The questions are printed
in the test booklet and time
is given before each talk to
preview the questions.
There are four answer
choices for each question.
Answer choices are printed
in the test booklet.
Standard American accents
are used in the listening
section recordings.
Candidates are not exposed
to dialects or background
noise. Candidates hear only
the speakers' voices and
thus they do not risk having
their scores unfavorably
affected by external factors.
20% 15
mins
A structured face-
to-face oral
interaction occurs
between one
examinee and one
oral examiner on
topics set by the
University of
Michigan. The
interaction
involves a visual
prompt.
MSU READING WRITING LISTENING SPEAKING
CELC (B2) - (Certificate of English Language Competency) - EXAM TOTAL TIME: 175 MINS (2 H 55 M)
Φορέας
οργάνωσης
εξετάσεων στην
Ελλάδα:
ANATOLIA
COLLEGE
http://www.msu-
exams.gr/
OVERALL PASS
MARK
60%The scores from
each of the 4
sections must be
12% or higher.
The test uses
everyday English as
it is spoken and
written around the
world
25% 60 mins
4 INDEPENDENT
READING PASSAGES
300-500 words
MULTIPLE CHOICE
There are a total of 40
questions in the Reading
Section. Each reading
passage is followed by 8-12
questions. Typically, each
passage is followed by
about 10 questions.
Text types might include,
but are not limited to,
newspaper or magazine
articles, reviews, editorials,
book excerpts, pamphlets,
brochures, bulletins,
newsletters, and email or
other written
correspondence.
25% 55 mins
SECTION 1 - 35mins
The MSU-CELC essay
section offers you a choice
of two prompts. You will
choose one of the two
prompts and respond in an
essay developed and written
to the best of your ability.
GRAMMAR
40 ITEMS
MULTIPLE CHOICE
Grammar component of
writing ability test
(immediately follows the
listening test, before the
reading test) to demonstrate
their knowledge of English
verb tenses and aspects
(e.g., past tense, present
perfect aspect), clause
formation, complement
structures and other
common features of English
grammar. You will read a
sentence that contains a
gap somewhere in the
sentence.
25% 45 mins
Longer listening passages
are played twice
PART 1
MULTIPLE CHOICE
contains short conversations
followed by a single
multiplechoice question
PART 2
MULTIPLE CHOICE
contains medium length
conversations followed by three
to five multiple-choice
questions
PART 3
MULTIPLE CHOICE
consists of 2 extended dialogs
or presentations followed by 8-
12 questions each. The
questions have only three
possible answers. Previewing
questions during the listening
comprehension portion of the
exam is allowed, and some
extra time is provided for that
purpose in Parts 2 and 3
25%
12-15 mins
The interview begins
with a one-minute
warm-up section (not
scored) followed by
six tasks.
The types of tasks
on the speaking test
include description,
narration, and
supported opinion.
The test includes 2
description, 2
narration, and 2
supported opinion
tasks.
OBJECTIVES
Candidates should
bear in mind that
meeting the B2
standard implies that
they demonstrate the
ability to elaborate,
and that their speech
is intelligible to
individuals not
accustomed to
accented speech
CAMBRIDGE
2015 UPDATE
READING & USE OF ENGLISH WRITING LISTENING SPEAKING
FCE (B2) - First Certificate in English - EXAM TOTAL TIME: 209 MINS (3 HOURS 29 MINS)
http://www.cambridg
eenglish.org
Φορείς
οργάνωσης
εξετάσεων στην
Ελλάδα:
British Council
www.britishcounci
l.gr
&
Hellenic
American Union
www.hau.gr
OVERALL PASS
MARK
60%
40% 75 mins
PART 1 - 8 QUESTIONS
A text in which there are some missing words or
phrases (gaps). After the text there are four
possible answers for each gap and candidates
have to choose the correct answer (A, B, C or D)
PART 2 - 8 QUESTIONS
A text in which there are eight gaps. Candidates
have to find the correct word for each gap
PART 3 - 8 QUESTIONS
A text in which there are eight missing words. The
stem of the missing word is given but must be
changed to form the missing word and complete
the sentence correctly.
PART 4 - 6 QUESTIONS
A task asking candidates to read six items
consisting of a lead-in sentence and a gapped
sentence. Candidates have to complete the gap
with two to five words guided by a given 'key
word'.
PART 5 - 6 QUESTIONS
A text followed by six multiple-choice questions.
Each question has four options (A, B, C or D), and
candidates have to decide which is the correct
answer.
PART 6 - 6 QUESTIONS
A text with six empty spaces (gaps). After the text
there are some sentences in jumbled order that
have been removed from the text. Candidates
have to choose the correct sentence for each gap.
PART 7 - 10 QUESTIONS
Multiple matching questions followed by a single
text or several shorter texts. Candidates have to
match a given prompt to certain elements of the
text(s)
20%
80 mins
1 TEXT
140 -190 WORDS
Candidates are
presented with a short
text of up to 160
words and have to
write a related essay
using ideas from this
material. The essay is
on a subject of
general interest and
candidates are
expected to express
their opinion and
support
it with reasons.
1 TEXT
140 -190 WORDS
Candidates are
presented with a
situation and are
asked to select a
related task from a
choice of three. They
are asked to write one
of the following: an
article, a formal email,
a letter, a report or a
review.
OBJECTIVES
Shows a student can
write different text
types, such as a short
story, report or a
letter.
20%
40 mins
PART 1 - 8 QUESTIONS
A series of short, unrelated
extracts of approximately 30
seconds each. Candidates have
to listen to the extracts and
answer one multiple-choice
question for each. Each question
has 3 options (A,B , C).
PART 2 - 10 QUESTIONS
A monologue lasting
approximately 3-4 minutes.
Candidates have to complete the
sentences on the question paper
with information they hear on the
recording.
PART 3 - 5 QUESTIONS
Candidates listen to five short
related monologues of
approximately 30 seconds each.
They have to choose which
statement from a list of eight best
matches what each speaker
says.
PART 4 - 7 QUESTIONS
Candidates listen to an interview
or an exchange between two
speakers and answer 7 multiple-
choice questions. Each question
has three options (A, B or C). The
extract lasts appro 3-4 minutes.
OBJECTIVES
Shows a student can follow a
range of spoken materials, such
as news and everyday
conversations.
20%
14 mins
STUDENTS IN
PAIRS
PART 1
A brief conversation
between the interlocutor
and each candidate (all
questions are spoken).
PART 2
An individual long turn
for each candidate
followed by a brief
response from the
second candidate. In
turn, both candidates
are given a set of two
photographs to talk
about.
PART 3
A two-way
conversation between
the candidates who are
given spoken
instructions with written
prompts to be used in a
discussion. The
discussion involves a
decision-making task.
PART 4
A discussion on a few
topics related to the
above collaborative
task.
OBJECTIVES
Shows a student can
communicate effectively
in face-to-face
situations.

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β2 πινακες δεξιοτητων και αξιολογησεων εξετασεων αγγλικης γλωσσας

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  • 3. Πίνακες Δεξιοτήτων & Αξιολογήσεων Επίπεδο B2 (LOWER) – Καλή Γνώση της Αγγλικής Τεσσάρων Εξεταστικών Φορέων Αγγλικής Γλώσσας Τα διπλώματά τους είναι ΙΣΟΒΙΑ, ΙΣΟΤΙΜΑ, ΙΣΑΞΙΑ και ΑΝΑΓΝΩΡΙΣΜΕΝΑ από το Α.Σ.Ε.Π. Τα στοιχεία που παρατίθενται έχουν συλλεχθεί τον Δεκέμβριο 2016 από τις επίσημες ιστοσελίδες των εξεταστικών φορέων
  • 4. ESB USE OF ENGLISH READING WRITING LISTENING SPEAKING Level 1 (B2) - EXAM TOTAL TIME: 150 MINS (2 HOURS 30 MINS) http://wp.esbuk.org/ Φορέας οργάνωσης εξετάσεων στην Ελλάδα: EUROPALSO www.europalso.gr OVERALL PASS MARK 55% 20% PART 1 GRAMMAR 10 ITEMS Multiple Choice Items 4 options. Sentence level PART 2 VOCABULARY 10 ITEMS Multiple Choice Items 4 options. Sentence level PART 3 GRAMMAR & VOCABULARY 10 ITEMS 200 - 250 words Multiple Choice Cloze 4 options. Text Level PART 4 VOCABULARY, PREFIXES, SUFFIXES 5 ITEMS Multiple Choice Word formation. Sentence level PART 5 5 ITEMS Multiple Choice identify sentence with same meaning. Sentence level 20% PART 1 450-500 words 10 ITEMS Multiple Choice 4 choosing paragraph headings – 6 Options 6 Multiple Choice items - 4 options OBJECTIVES Skim and Scan reading. Inferring the meaning of unknown words from context PART 2 450-500 words 5 ITEMS 5 Multiple Choice OBJECTIVES Skimming and Scanning Inferring the meaning of unknown words from context - 4 options 20% 180-200 words 1 TEXT Choice of letter formal or informal, story or essay or article OBJECTIVES Fluency & Accuracy of content & appropriacy, Organisation, Cohesion, Language (Grammar & Lexis), Mechanics (Spelling & Punctuation) 20% 30 mins EACH LISTENING IS HEARD TWICE PART 1: TRUE/FALSE Short dialogue 10 ITEMS Approx 10 minutes for both plays including 1 minute to read the questions and additional time for instructions PART 2: Talk or interview on a particular topic 10 ITEMS Multiple Choice, 3 Options 2 short tasks of around 5 minutes each (20 minutes for whole of part 2) including 1 minute to read the questions and additional time for instructions per task 20% 12 mins STUDENTS IN PAIRS PART 1: 3 mins Personal Information PART 2: 4 mins reacting to a statement, discussion in pairs PART 3: 5 mins responding to questions from examiner and reacting to partner's response OBJECTIVES Grammar, vocabulary, pronunciation, interaction, discourse management, task completion
  • 5. MICHIGAN GVR (Grammar, Vocabulary, Reading) WRITING LISTENING SPEAKING ECCE (B2) (Examination for the Certificate of Competency in English) - EXAM TOTAL TIME: 165 MINS (2 H 45 M) http://umich.edu/ Φορέας οργάνωσης εξετάσεων στην Ελλάδα: Hellenic American Union www.hau.gr OVERALL PASS MARK 65% 40% 90 mins GRAMMAR 35 ITEMS MULTIPLE CHOICE An incomplete sentence is followed by a choice of words or phrases to complete it. Only one choice is grammatically correct. VOCABULARY 35 ITEMS MULTIPLE CHOICE An incomplete sentence is followed by a choice of words to complete it. Only one word has the correct meaning in that context. READING MULTIPLE CHOICE PART 1: 30 ITEMS A short reading passage on a topic, followed by 5 comprehension questions (two passages) PART 2: 30 ITEMS Four short texts related to each other by topic, followed by 10 questions (two sets of texts) 20% 30 mins The examinee reads a short excerpt from a newspaper article and then writes a letter or an essay giving his or her opinion on the situation or issue in the article 20% 30 mins PART 1 30 ITEMS MULTIPLE CHOICE A short recorded conversation is followed by a question. Answer choices are shown as pictures PART 2 20 ITEMS MULTIPLE CHOICE Short extended talks on four different topics, each followed by 4-6 questions. The questions are printed in the test booklet and time is given before each talk to preview the questions. There are four answer choices for each question. Answer choices are printed in the test booklet. Standard American accents are used in the listening section recordings. Candidates are not exposed to dialects or background noise. Candidates hear only the speakers' voices and thus they do not risk having their scores unfavorably affected by external factors. 20% 15 mins A structured face- to-face oral interaction occurs between one examinee and one oral examiner on topics set by the University of Michigan. The interaction involves a visual prompt.
  • 6. MSU READING WRITING LISTENING SPEAKING CELC (B2) - (Certificate of English Language Competency) - EXAM TOTAL TIME: 175 MINS (2 H 55 M) Φορέας οργάνωσης εξετάσεων στην Ελλάδα: ANATOLIA COLLEGE http://www.msu- exams.gr/ OVERALL PASS MARK 60%The scores from each of the 4 sections must be 12% or higher. The test uses everyday English as it is spoken and written around the world 25% 60 mins 4 INDEPENDENT READING PASSAGES 300-500 words MULTIPLE CHOICE There are a total of 40 questions in the Reading Section. Each reading passage is followed by 8-12 questions. Typically, each passage is followed by about 10 questions. Text types might include, but are not limited to, newspaper or magazine articles, reviews, editorials, book excerpts, pamphlets, brochures, bulletins, newsletters, and email or other written correspondence. 25% 55 mins SECTION 1 - 35mins The MSU-CELC essay section offers you a choice of two prompts. You will choose one of the two prompts and respond in an essay developed and written to the best of your ability. GRAMMAR 40 ITEMS MULTIPLE CHOICE Grammar component of writing ability test (immediately follows the listening test, before the reading test) to demonstrate their knowledge of English verb tenses and aspects (e.g., past tense, present perfect aspect), clause formation, complement structures and other common features of English grammar. You will read a sentence that contains a gap somewhere in the sentence. 25% 45 mins Longer listening passages are played twice PART 1 MULTIPLE CHOICE contains short conversations followed by a single multiplechoice question PART 2 MULTIPLE CHOICE contains medium length conversations followed by three to five multiple-choice questions PART 3 MULTIPLE CHOICE consists of 2 extended dialogs or presentations followed by 8- 12 questions each. The questions have only three possible answers. Previewing questions during the listening comprehension portion of the exam is allowed, and some extra time is provided for that purpose in Parts 2 and 3 25% 12-15 mins The interview begins with a one-minute warm-up section (not scored) followed by six tasks. The types of tasks on the speaking test include description, narration, and supported opinion. The test includes 2 description, 2 narration, and 2 supported opinion tasks. OBJECTIVES Candidates should bear in mind that meeting the B2 standard implies that they demonstrate the ability to elaborate, and that their speech is intelligible to individuals not accustomed to accented speech
  • 7. CAMBRIDGE 2015 UPDATE READING & USE OF ENGLISH WRITING LISTENING SPEAKING FCE (B2) - First Certificate in English - EXAM TOTAL TIME: 209 MINS (3 HOURS 29 MINS) http://www.cambridg eenglish.org Φορείς οργάνωσης εξετάσεων στην Ελλάδα: British Council www.britishcounci l.gr & Hellenic American Union www.hau.gr OVERALL PASS MARK 60% 40% 75 mins PART 1 - 8 QUESTIONS A text in which there are some missing words or phrases (gaps). After the text there are four possible answers for each gap and candidates have to choose the correct answer (A, B, C or D) PART 2 - 8 QUESTIONS A text in which there are eight gaps. Candidates have to find the correct word for each gap PART 3 - 8 QUESTIONS A text in which there are eight missing words. The stem of the missing word is given but must be changed to form the missing word and complete the sentence correctly. PART 4 - 6 QUESTIONS A task asking candidates to read six items consisting of a lead-in sentence and a gapped sentence. Candidates have to complete the gap with two to five words guided by a given 'key word'. PART 5 - 6 QUESTIONS A text followed by six multiple-choice questions. Each question has four options (A, B, C or D), and candidates have to decide which is the correct answer. PART 6 - 6 QUESTIONS A text with six empty spaces (gaps). After the text there are some sentences in jumbled order that have been removed from the text. Candidates have to choose the correct sentence for each gap. PART 7 - 10 QUESTIONS Multiple matching questions followed by a single text or several shorter texts. Candidates have to match a given prompt to certain elements of the text(s) 20% 80 mins 1 TEXT 140 -190 WORDS Candidates are presented with a short text of up to 160 words and have to write a related essay using ideas from this material. The essay is on a subject of general interest and candidates are expected to express their opinion and support it with reasons. 1 TEXT 140 -190 WORDS Candidates are presented with a situation and are asked to select a related task from a choice of three. They are asked to write one of the following: an article, a formal email, a letter, a report or a review. OBJECTIVES Shows a student can write different text types, such as a short story, report or a letter. 20% 40 mins PART 1 - 8 QUESTIONS A series of short, unrelated extracts of approximately 30 seconds each. Candidates have to listen to the extracts and answer one multiple-choice question for each. Each question has 3 options (A,B , C). PART 2 - 10 QUESTIONS A monologue lasting approximately 3-4 minutes. Candidates have to complete the sentences on the question paper with information they hear on the recording. PART 3 - 5 QUESTIONS Candidates listen to five short related monologues of approximately 30 seconds each. They have to choose which statement from a list of eight best matches what each speaker says. PART 4 - 7 QUESTIONS Candidates listen to an interview or an exchange between two speakers and answer 7 multiple- choice questions. Each question has three options (A, B or C). The extract lasts appro 3-4 minutes. OBJECTIVES Shows a student can follow a range of spoken materials, such as news and everyday conversations. 20% 14 mins STUDENTS IN PAIRS PART 1 A brief conversation between the interlocutor and each candidate (all questions are spoken). PART 2 An individual long turn for each candidate followed by a brief response from the second candidate. In turn, both candidates are given a set of two photographs to talk about. PART 3 A two-way conversation between the candidates who are given spoken instructions with written prompts to be used in a discussion. The discussion involves a decision-making task. PART 4 A discussion on a few topics related to the above collaborative task. OBJECTIVES Shows a student can communicate effectively in face-to-face situations.