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Speakout Second Edition is a comprehensive six level general English course. for adults that has been developed in association with BBC Worldwide and BBC. Learning English The course integrates authentic video from popular BBC. programmes into every unit and builds the skills and knowledge learners need to. express themselves confidently in a real English speaking environment. Completely revised and aligned to the Global Scale of English this edition has. striking new visuals updated reading and listening texts new video clips and a. large bank of additional practice material,Speakout Extra. Speakout Extra provides downloadable worksheets that meet learners individual. needs by providing them with additional grammar vocabulary pronunciation and. skills practice It also includes extra video exploitation activities to help learners. get the most out of the BBC clips,COURSE COMPONENTS. Students Book with DVD ROM,Students Book with DVD ROM and MyEnglishLab. Students Book Audio CDs,Workbook with Audio CD with and without key. Teacher s Book with Resource and Assessment Disc,ActiveTeach.
For more information on Speakout visit,pearsonELT com speakout. Pearson Test of English General PTE General is a six level general English. test designed to reward positive achievement in English language learning. PTE General integrates all four skills Listening Reading Speaking and. Writing and focuses on assessing the ability of communicating in English. rather than test taking skills The tasks in the test are a natural continuation. of what happens in the classroom giving test takers the opportunity to. perform at their best,Assessment of communicative ability. PTE General is a scenario based English language test designed to allow. students the freedom to express themselves show what they can do and. how well they can use English,Realistic and familiar tasks. The test uses real life material and tasks such as writing messages. understanding talks and newspaper articles or participating in. conversation,Positive testing experience, Through a variety of tasks that are relevant and authentic the test will help. students identify their strengths and track improvement and success. The test is provided in partnership with EdExcel Limited the largest UK. awarding body for academic and vocational qualifications It is recognised. globally and accepted by employers and national education authorities in. many countries as evidence of a required level of English. For more information on Pearson Test of English General visit. pearsonpte com pte general,Correlation table between Speakout.
2nd edition Elementary and,Pearson Test of English General. Level 1 CEFR A2,General Level 1 Assessment Objectives. To understand straightforward information in the spoken and written language. and to express oneself in speech and in writing for simple practical purposes in. everyday situations requiring a simple and direct exchange of information. CEFR Level A2, Can understand sentences and frequently used expressions related to areas. of most immediate relevance e g very basic personal and family information. shopping local geography employment, Can communicate in simple and routine tasks requiring a simple and direct. exchange of information on familiar and routine matters. Can describe in simple terms aspects of his her background immediate. environment and matters in areas of immediate need. CEFR refers to the Common European Framework of Reference. for Languages Learning Teaching Assessment,For more information on the CEFR visit.
www coe int lang cefr,PTE General Level 1 Description. Candidates should show they can, Read and follow short written signs notices and posters directions instructions and messages. Read personal correspondence and other short simple documents on everyday matters. Read and follow the written version of spoken discourse on everyday matters. Identify the gist of the written discourse, Identify and understand general information in the discourse. Identify and understand specific information in the discourse. Identify and extract relevant information from the discourse. Follow the order and sequence in the discourse,CEFR Description A2. Overall reading comprehension, Can understand short simple texts on familiar matters of a concrete type which consist of high frequency everyday.
or job related language, Can understand short simple texts containing the highest frequency vocabulary including a proportion of shared. international vocabulary items,Reading correspondence. Can understand basic types of standard routine letters and faxes enquiries orders letters of confirmation etc on. familiar topics,Can understand short simple personal letters. Reading for orientation, Can find specific predictable information in simple everyday material such as advertisements prospectuses menus. reference lists and timetables, Can locate specific information in lists and isolate the information required e g use the Yellow Pages to find a service.
or tradesman, Can understand everyday signs and notices in public places such as streets restaurants railway stations in. workplaces such as directions instructions hazard warnings. Reading for information and argument, Can identify specific information in simpler written material he she encounters such as letters brochures and short. newspaper articles describing events,Reading instructions. Can understand simple instructions on equipment encountered in everyday life such as a public telephone. Photocopiable Pearson English 2016,Chapter Page no. Item types Objectives Stimulus Comments, Gap fill 3 option To assess ability Text types include Unit 10 4 p 104 Ex 2B.
multiple choice to understand the labels instructions Unit 12 1 p 119 Ex 6B. purpose structure signs notices menus,and main idea of short advertisements and. written texts announcements, 3 option graphical To assess ability to Texts giving Unit 1 4 p 14 Ex 1. multiple choice understand the main descriptions or Unit 2 1 p 18 Ex 1B. detail in short written directions relating Unit 4 2 p 40 Ex 1C. texts to pictures maps or Unit 7 4 p 74 Ex 1B,diagrams Unit 8 1 p 78 Ex 2A. Unit 9 4 p 94 Ex 3, Open ended question To assess ability to Text types include Unit 2 4 p 24 Ex 2. understand the main letters emails Unit 3 4 p 34 Ex 3. points of short written newspaper articles Unit 5 4 p 54 Ex 1B. texts magazine articles Unit 6 4 p 64 Ex 1B,leaflets brochures or Unit 7 2 p 70 Ex 2A.
websites Unit 8 4 p 84 Ex 2, Text note completion To assess ability Text types include Unit 1 2 p 10 Ex 2B Some activities are. to extract specific letters emails Unit 7 2 p 70 Ex 3B True False not note. information from a advertisements Unit 9 1 p 88 Ex 3C completion but. written text newspaper articles Unit 9 3 p 93 Ex 4A they test the ability. magazine articles Unit 122 p 120 Ex 1C to extract specific. websites or textbooks information from an,extended written test. Photocopiable Pearson English 2016,PTE General Level 1 Description. Candidates should show they can, Convey information related to their own background locality and areas of immediate relevance in response to. simple visual or written instructions, Reply to an invitation or suggested meeting in the form of notes messages e mails postcards and short letters.
Complete simple application forms, Write about topics related to the scenario of the examination paper in the form of a description of a scene or. narrative account,CEFR Description A2,Overall written production. Can write a series of simple phrases and sentences linked with simple connectors like and but and because. Creative writing, Can write about everyday aspects of his her environment e g people places a job or study linked sentences. Can write a series of simple phrases and sentences about their family living conditions educational background. present or most recent job, Can write short simple imaginary biographies and simple poems about people. Reports and essays,No descriptor available,Chapter Page no.
Item types Objectives Stimulus Comments, Write correspondence To assess ability to Instructions which Unit 2 4 p 25 Ex 6C Section 8 PTE General. write a short piece of include the purpose of Unit 5 4 p 55 Ex 5C combines reading. correspondence the text the intended Unit 10 4 p 105 Ex 6B and writing skills. content of the message In these activities,Unit 11 4 p 115 Ex 5. and the recipient correspondence is not,Unit 12 1 p 119 Ex 6C always based on the. information students, Write text To assess ability to Instructions are given Unit 3 2 p 31 Ex 7D These activities are. write a short text for each set of visual Unit 3 4 p 35 Ex 6B not based on a visual. based on a series of images Unit 4 1 p 39 Ex 7C image but students will. three pictures Unit 4 4 p 45 Ex 5B have the opportunity. Unit 5 2 p 51 Ex 6E to practise writing in,the styles represented.
Unit 6 2 p 61 Ex 8C,in the PTE General,Unit 6 4 p 65 Ex 4B. Unit 7 4 p 75 Ex 6C,Unit 10 2 p 101 Ex 5C,Unit 11 2 p 111 Ex 6BD. Unit 12 4 p 125 Ex 5C,Photocopiable Pearson English 2016. LISTENING AND WRITING,Chapter Page no,Item types Objectives Stimulus Comments. Dictation To assess ability to Instructions news Unit 1 3 p 12 Ex 3A In these tasks students. understand a short bulletins announcements Unit 4 1 p 38 Ex 2C write down individual. utterance by transcribing broadcast features and Unit 5 3 p 52 Ex 3A sentences and they. a spoken text factual information The Unit 5 3 p 53 Ex 7B practise transcribing. extracts are descriptive Unit 6 1 p 58 Ex 3C a spoken text. and contain relatively Unit 7 3 p 72 Ex 3B,formal language.
Photocopiable Pearson English 2016,PTE General Level 1 Description. Candidates should show they can, Listen to and follow short conversations messages announcements and information services related to areas. of immediate relevance in daily life,Identify the gist of the spoken discourse. Identify general information in the spoken discourse. Identify specific information and details in the spoken discourse. Identify and extract the relevant information from the spoken discourse. CEFR Description A2,Overall listening comprehension. Can understand phrases and expressions related to areas of most immediate priority e g very basic personal and. family information shopping local geography employment provided speech is clearly and slowly articulated. Understanding interaction between native speakers, Can generally identify the topic of discussion around him her when it is conducted slowly and clearly.
Listening as a member of a live audience,No descriptor available. Listening to announcements and instructions, Can catch the main point in short clear simple messages and announcements. Can understand simple directions relating to how to get from X to Y by foot or public transport. Listening to audio media and recordings, Can understand and extract the essential information from short recorded passages dealing with predictable. everyday matters which are delivered slowly and clearly. Photocopiable Pearson English 2016,Chapter Page no. Item types Objectives Stimulus Comments, 3 option graphical To assess ability to Short recordings of Unit 1 1 p 8 Ex 2A Not all activities here.
multiple choice understand the gist of one or two speakers Unit 2 4 p 25 Ex 5A are 3 option graphical. short spoken utterances including the following Unit 3 2 p 30 Ex 2A multiple choice but. by transactional Unit 4 2 p 41 Ex 5C they all require the. identifying the situation conversations Unit 5 1 p 49 Ex 4B student to understand. e g store restaurant e g buying the gist of short,Unit 5 3 p 53 Ex 7A. etc social conversations spoken utterances,Unit 7 1 p 69 Ex 5B. identifying a speaker s e g greeting Unit 7 3 p 72 Ex 3A. role e g movie box public announcements Unit 8 2 p 80 Ex 1B 2B. office attendant e g train times Unit 8 3 p 83 Ex 3A. identifying topic Including the following Unit 9 3 p 93 Ex 4B. e g study habits language functions Unit 10 1 p 98 Ex 1D. following an instruction instructions Unit 10 3 p 102 Ex 2C. e g giving directions Unit 11 3 p 112 Ex 3A,request for goods or. understanding spatial services Unit 12 3 p 122 Ex 3A. relations e g the,request for action,position of an object in. a room request for,information,understanding a,description e g girl factual information.
with long dark hair description, Text note completion To assess ability to One or two speakers Unit 1 3 p 12 Ex 2B With these tasks. extract specific giving or exchanging Unit 1 3 p 13 Ex 6 students may practise. information from information which Unit 1 4 p 15 Ex 4C extracting specific. spoken texts requires accurate Unit 2 2 p 20 Ex 3B information from a. listening and Unit 3 2 p 30 Ex 2B spoken text Some. transcription e g activities might,Unit 3 3 p 32 Ex 2B 3A. addresses and telephone involve matching,Unit 3 4 p 34 Ex 4B. numbers information or,Unit 4 3 p 42 Ex 3AB,Including the following identifying false. Unit 4 4 p 44 Ex 3B information instead,conversations.
Unit 6 1 p 58 Ex 1D of completing gaps as,public announcements. recorded messages Unit 6 3 p 62 Ex 3B it is in PTE General. Unit 6 4 p 64 Ex 2C,Unit 7 4 p 74 Ex 2C,Unit 8 4 p 84 Ex 3D. Speakout Elementary Second Edition Speakout Second Edition is a comprehensive six level general English course for adults that has been developed in association with BBC Worldwide and BBC Learning English The course integrates authentic video from popular BBC programmes into every unit and builds the skills and knowledge learners need to express themselves confidently in a real English

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