Imagine that you are responsible for admitting students to an English language school. Design a simple interview based on 20 personal questions for the student about his job, family, school or country. Begin with simple grammar and vocabulary and develop more complexity by the conclusion. This is to follow the school´s placement test to confirm its results.
1. Placement Tests & Proficiency Tests I. I would start by asking the student to answer in full sentences if they can. For the purposes of this assignment I am assuming these students are adult learners. The questions I would ask are; 1. How are you?
2. What’s your job?
3. What are some of your responsibilities at work?
4. Do you play …show more content…
The TOEFL iBT integrated approach requires that the students be proficient in note taking.
The speech in the listening material sounds more natural, and one lecture per test is spoken with a British or Australian accent. There are also new multiple-choice questions that measure understanding of a speaker's attitude, degree of certainty, and purpose.
The Speaking section is new, and includes both integrated and independent tasks.
Integrated task are questions that require use of more than one skill at a time:
– read, listen, then speak in response to a question
– listen, then speak in response to a question
– read, listen, then write in response to a question Look online for information about TOEIC at ets.org. Conduct a mini-research project. Summarize pertinent information about this test, including its purpose, form and audience.
The Test of English for International Communication is produced by ETS (Educational Testing Service).
There are two separate parts to the TOEIC test. You can do one or both parts.
1. The Listening and Reading test is a paper and pencil test that takes 2.5 hours and is taken at a test centre.
2. The Speaking and Writing test is an online test that is taken in a test centre and takes 90 minutes. The Speaking and Writing test is a new test which is only available in some countries.
TOEIC evaluates the level of one’s command of