lunes, 3 de febrero de 2014

FCE First Certificate in English - Examiner Speaks About Part 1


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First Certificate in English (FCE) Structure

Paper Time Content Task Focus Marks
Reading 1h Part 1
Answering multiple-choice questions.
Part 2
Choosing which sentence fits into gaps in a text
Part 3
Deciding which of 4-6 short extracts or paragraphs contains given information or ideas.
Part 1
Reading for detailed understanding of the text.
Part 2
Reading to understand text structure.
Part 3
Reading to locate specific information, detail, opinion and attitude.
20%
Writing 1h 20m Part 1
Compulsory task: using given information to write a letter or email of 120-150 words.
Part 2
Producing one piece of writing of 120-180 words, from choice of five. Either an informal letter, a story, a report, an article or an essay.
Part 1
Focus on content and organisation of input information for a given target audience.
Part 2
Focus on writing for a specific target reader, using appropriate layout and register.
20%
Use of English 45m Part 1
Multiple-choice cloze. Choosing which word from a choice of 4 fits in each of 12 gaps in the text.
Part 2
Open cloze. Writing the missing word in each of 12 gaps in a text.
Part 3
Word formation. Choosing the form of the word given so that it fits into the gap in the text.
Part 4
Key-word transformations. Using the key word to complete a new sentence which means the same as the one given.
Part 1
Choice of vocabulary and relationships between words.
Part 2
Grammar, vocabulary and knowledge of expressions.
Part 3
Grammatical accuracy and knowledge of vocabulary and expressions.
Part 4
Grammatical accuracy and knowledge of vocabulary and sentence structure.
20%
Listening 40m Part 1
8 short texts each with 1 multiple-choice question.
Part 2
Long text with 10 sentence-completion questions.
Part 3
Set of 5 short texts on a theme to match to 1 of 6 prompts.
Part 4
Long text with 7 multiple-choice questions.
Part 1
Understanding gist, detail, function, purpose, attitude, etc.
Part 2
Locating and recording specific information.
Part 3
Understanding gist and main points.
Part 4
Understanding attitude, opinion, gist, main ideas and specific information.
20%
Speaking 14m Part 1
Examiner-led information
Part 2
Individual long turn with visual and written prompts.
Part 3
Two-way collaborative task with visual and written prompts.
Part 4
Three-way interlocutor-led discussion.
Part 1
Giving personal information.
Part 2
Organising discourse, describing, comparing, giving opinions.
Part 3
Sustaining interaction, expressing, justifying and eliciting ideas, agreeing and disagreeing.
Part 4
Expressing and justifying ideas, agreeing and disagreeing.
20%
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First Certificate in English, Certificate in Advanced English, Preliminary English Test, International English Language Testing System, Young Learner English, Key English Test, Certificate of Proficiency English, Teaching Knowledge Test

English tests are worldwide recognised as an effective instrument to proof English language skills, either for educational or immigration purposes. A test evaluates the candidate's abilities to listen, read, write and speak in English in two formats: Academic, tests a person's ability to study in English at undergraduate or postgraduate level; General Training, used for immigration purposes.

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