ORAL TEST GUIDELINES The oral exam is an opportunity for you to demonstrateyour knowledge, your presentation/speaking skil...
Evaluation based on……
How?This 1st Oral Exam will be done in couples.Option 1. The students will be presented with aproblem and should be able t...
Option 2: You may be asked to describe theexperience and training you have that is relatedto the functions or activities p...
Option 4: You may be asked to watch a videoscenario and critique how a situation was handledor answer questions about what...
• Keep         it       simple!                                    Try to avoid complicated                               ...
• 1. Listen carefully to each  question and make sure you  understand exactly what is being  asked.     Teachers      can ...
Oral Exam Assesment Sheet
POINTSEXCELLENT………..1 POINTVERY GOOD………0.9-0.99GOOD……………….0.8-0.89FAIR………………….0.6-0.79POOR……………….0.1-0.5
• Learning to speak a new language is hard if you don’t have a                        way to practice what you have learne...
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Oral exam guidelines

  1. 1. ORAL TEST GUIDELINES The oral exam is an opportunity for you to demonstrateyour knowledge, your presentation/speaking skills, as well as your ability to communicate. Professor Angel Watler Archbold
  2. 2. Evaluation based on……
  3. 3. How?This 1st Oral Exam will be done in couples.Option 1. The students will be presented with aproblem and should be able to present asolution. The problem will be new, i.e., not aproblem we have solved during the class.
  4. 4. Option 2: You may be asked to describe theexperience and training you have that is relatedto the functions or activities performed in theclass.Option 3: You may be asked to role-play asituation related to Units 7 & 8 with anotherperson to demonstrate your skill in this activity.
  5. 5. Option 4: You may be asked to watch a videoscenario and critique how a situation was handledor answer questions about what you observed,what you heard, or how you would handle thesituation.Option 5: You may be asked to makeA phone call to the US and talk to aNative speaker about a specific topic,Request, etc.
  6. 6. • Keep it simple! Try to avoid complicated explanations or grammar if you are not sure about them. If the truthful answer• To prepare for this is difficult to explain, you evaluation you should solve may want to say something all the given easier in the exam. exercises/assignments. • The solution will require the• No aids (dictionaries, BB, same techniques we have mobiles, student book, etc) used during exercises/ are permitted during this vocab learned in class. part of your midterm.
  7. 7. • 1. Listen carefully to each question and make sure you understand exactly what is being asked. Teachers can not interpret questions for you, but if you do not hear all of a question, 3. Pause briefly after a question is or are not sure if you understand asked. Take a few seconds to a question, ask for the question compose your thoughts--quickly to be repeated. review in your mind the parts of the question or the main areas of• 2. Pay particular attention to key information that you need to cover, words, directional words, and and organize how you will go multiple parts of questions. through this before you begin to answer the question. 4. If you dont know the answer to the question, try not to panic. Just give the best answer that you can for the question. Try not to ramble if you do not know or are unsure of the answer to a question.
  8. 8. Oral Exam Assesment Sheet
  9. 9. POINTSEXCELLENT………..1 POINTVERY GOOD………0.9-0.99GOOD……………….0.8-0.89FAIR………………….0.6-0.79POOR……………….0.1-0.5
  10. 10. • Learning to speak a new language is hard if you don’t have a way to practice what you have learned. • Becoming fluent in your new language does not come from study but from interaction . • Casual, frequent, relaxed conversation with native speakers allows you a chance to gain comfort and familiarity with the words and patterns of speech used in the English speaking world in which you live.

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