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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 Pre intermediate and,Pearson Test of English General. Level 2 CEFR B1,General Level 2 Assessment Objectives. To understand and express in speaking and writing information ideas feelings. opinions and common functions about everyday situations in straightforward. spoken and written language,CEFR Level B1, Can understand the main points of clear standard input on familiar matters. regularly encountered in work school leisure etc, Can deal with most situations likely to arise whilst travelling in an area where. the language is spoken, Can produce simple connected text on topics which are familiar or of.
personal interest, Can describe experiences and events dreams hopes and ambitions and. briefly give reasons and explanations for opinions and plans. 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 2 Description. Candidates should show they can, Read and follow simple written discourse such as signs directions notices instructions advertisements brochures. leaflets personal correspondence and informative texts from newspapers and magazines. Read and follow the written version of spoken discourse from everyday situations. Understand the gist of the written version of the spoken discourse. Identify the context and the purpose of the speaker s and writer s. Identify and obtain the main points in the discourse. Identify and obtain the general and specific details in the discourse. Identify and obtain the ideas feelings and general opinions put forward by the speaker writer. CEFR Description B1,Overall reading comprehension, Can read straightforward factual texts on subjects related to his her field and interest with a satisfactory level.
of comprehension,Reading correspondence, Can understand the description of events feelings and wishes in personal letters well enough to correspond. regularly with a pen friend,Reading for orientation. Can scan longer texts in order to locate desired information and gather information from different parts of. a text or from different texts in order to fulfill a specific task. Can find and understand relevant information in everyday material such as letters brochures and short official. Reading for information and argument, Can identify the main conclusions in clearly signalled argumentative texts. Can recognise the line of argument in the treatment of the issue presented though not necessarily in detail. Can recognise significant points in straightforward newspaper articles on familiar subjects. Reading instructions, Can understand clearly written straightforward instructions for a piece of equipment. Can understand regulations for example safety when expressed in simple language. Photocopiable Pearson English 2016,Chapter Page no.
Item types Objectives Stimulus Comments, Gap fill 3 option To assess ability Short authentic style Unit 1 3 p 12 Ex 2A. multiple choice to understand the texts presented with. purpose structure realistic layout and,and main idea of short typography Texts. written texts types include labels,instructions signs. notices menus,advertisements and,announcements, 3 option multiple To assess ability to Text types include Unit 4 2 p 40 Ex 3B. choice understand the main newspaper articles,ideas in an extended magazine articles.
written text leaflets brochures or,web articles, Open ended question To assess ability to Text types Unit 2 4 p 24 Ex 2A. understand the main include extended Unit 3 2 p 30 Ex 3A. points of short written informative text Unit 5 1 p 48 Ex 3. texts found in newspapers Unit 5 4 p 54 Ex 1B,magazines leaflets Unit 5 4 p 55 Ex 5A. brochures and website Unit 6 1 p 58 Ex 2C,Unit 6 2 p 61 Ex 6A. Unit 6 4 p 65 Ex 6A,Unit 7 4 p 75 Ex 8A,Unit 9 2 p 90 Ex 4. Unit 10 2 p 100 Ex 2A,Unit 11 3 p 112 Ex 2B,Unit 12 4 p 125 Ex 7.
Text note completion To assess ability Text types include. to extract specific letters emails,information from an advertisements. extended written text newspaper articles,magazines websites. or textbooks,Photocopiable Pearson English 2016,PTE General Level 2 Description. Candidates should show that they can convey information on everyday matters in response to visual. or written instructions and, Write messages e mails and postcards which might include directions and instructions. Describe past events and express ideas feelings personal thoughts and advice in the form of informal letters. diaries and stories,CEFR Description B1,Overall written production.
Can write straightforward connected texts on a range of familiar subjects within his field of interest by linking. a series of shorter discrete elements into a linear sequence. Creative writing, Can write straightforward detailed descriptions on a range of familiar subjects within his her field of interest. Can write accounts of experiences describing feelings and reactions in simple connected text. Can write a description of an event or a recent trip real or imagined. Can narrate a story,Reports and essays, Can write short simple essays on topic of interest. Can summarise report and give his her opinion about accumulated factual information on familiar routine and. non routine matters within his her field with some confidence. Can write very brief reports to a standard conventionalised format which pass on routine factual information. and state reasons for actions,Chapter Page no,Item types Objectives Stimulus Comments. Write To assess ability Instructions which include Unit 2 1 p 19 Ex 9C Section 8 PTE General. correspondence to write a piece of the purpose of the text Unit 3 1 p 2 9 Ex 7CD combines reading. correspondence the intended content of the Unit 3 4 p 35 Ex 8 and writing skills. message and the recipient Unit 5 7 p 51 Ex 8C In these activities. The task gives the test taker Unit 10 1 p 99 Ex 8D correspondence is not. the opportunity to express always based on the,thoughts describe experience information students. feelings and events have read, Write text To assess ability A choice of two topics which Unit 1 2 p 11 Ex 8C You may change the.
to write a short provides the test taker with Unit 1 4 p 15 Ex 7B word limit in some. text from own the opportunity to give an Unit 4 1 p 39 Ex 7B tasks to 100 150 words. experience opinion or reasons Unit 6 2 p 61 Ex 6D to make them more. knowledge or Unit 6 4 p 65 Ex 6B similar to PTE General. imagination Level 2 format,Unit 7 1 p 69 Ex 8C,Unit 7 4 p 75 Ex 8B. Unit 8 2 p 81 Ex 8C,Unit 8 4 p 85 Ex 8B,Unit 9 1 p 89 Ex 8C. Unit 9 4 p 95 Ex 8B,Unit 12 2 p 121 Ex 9C,Photocopiable Pearson English 2016. LISTENING AND WRITING,Chapter Page no,Item types Objectives Stimulus Comments. Dictation To assess ability to Instructions news Unit 6 1 p 59 Ex 6 In these tasks students. understand an extended bulletins announcements Unit 9 2 p 91 Ex 7C write down individual. utterance by transcribing broadcast features and Unit 11 1 p 109 Ex 6A sentences and they. a spoken text factual information The practise transcribing a. extracts are descriptive spoken text,and contain relatively.
formal language,Photocopiable Pearson English 2016. PTE General Level 2 Description,Candidates should show they can. Listen to and follow conversations short talks messages and announcements telephone traffic and tourist. information publicity and routine instructions and directions related to familiar matters regularly encountered. in study work daily and leisure contexts,Understand the gist of the spoken discourse. Identify the context of the spoken discourse and the speaker s and the purpose. Identify and extract the main points in the spoken discourse. Identify and extract the general and specific details in the spoken discourse. Identify the feelings and ideas of the speaker s in the spoken discourse. CEFR Description B1,Overall listening comprehension. Can understand straightforward factual information about common every day or job related topics identifying. both general messages and specific details provided speech is clearly articulated in a generally familiar accent. Can understand the main points of clear standard speech on familiar matters regularly encountered in work. school leisure etc including short narratives, Can understand enough to be able to meet needs of a concrete type provided speech is clearly and slowly.
articulated,Understanding interaction between native speakers. Can generally follow the main points of extended discussion around him her provided speech is clearly. articulated in standard dialect,Listening as a member of a live audience. Can follow a lecture or talk within his her own field provided the subject matter is familiar and the presentation. straightforward and clearly structured, Can follow in outline straightforward short talks on familiar topics provided these are delivered in clearly. articulated standard speech,Listening to announcements and instructions. Can understand simple technical information such as operating instructions for everyday equipment. Can follow detailed directions,Listening to audio media and recordings.
Can understand the information content of the majority of recorded or broadcast audio material on topics of. personal interest delivered in clear standard speech. Can understand the main points of radio news bulletins and simpler recorded material about familiar subjects. delivered relatively slowly and clearly,Photocopiable Pearson English 2016. Chapter Page no,Item types Objectives Stimulus Comments. 3 option multiple To assess ability to Short recordings one or Unit 5 3 p 52 Ex 3A Not all activities here. choice understand the gist of two speakers including Unit 6 4 p 65 Ex 4B are 3 option multiple. short spoken utterances the following Unit 9 3 p 82 Ex 2A choice but they all. by transactional Unit 10 1 p 98 Ex 3A require students to. identifying the situation conversations Unit 10 4 p 105 Ex 5A understand the gist. identifying the speaker s social conversations of short spoken. Unit 12 2 p 120 Ex 4B,role utterances,public announcements Unit 12 4 p 125 Ex 6A. identifying the speakers Including the following,relationship language functions. identifying the topic request for goods or,understanding spatial services.
relations request for action,understanding a request for information. description factual information,recognising the function expression of feelings. invitation, Text note To assess ability One or two speakers Unit 1 2 p 10 Ex 3B With these tasks. completion to extract specific giving or exchanging Unit 1 4 p 15 Ex 6A students may practise. information from information which Unit 2 1 p 18 Ex 5B extracting specific. Speakout Pre intermediate 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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