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SPEAKING

Внимание:
С 1 июля 2001 введен новый the IELTS Speaking Test. Убедитесь, что ваш учебник по IELTS не старше этой даты.

 

Тест длится примерно 15 минут и состоит из 3 частей:

 

1 часть:
Экзаменатор задаст вам несколько вопросов о повседневных вещах. Обычные вопросы, такие же, как и во второй части старого теста:

 

  • your home and family
  • your job and/or studies
  • your hobbies and interests
  • your reasons for taking IELTS
  • What do you do?
  • How will IELTS help you in the future?
  • How about your free time? What are your hobbies?
  • What is life like for you in your home town? What are the good and bad points about living there?
  • Have you had any opportunities to travel?
  • Where would you go if you were given the chance to visit any country in the world?

 

На эту часть отводится 4 - 5 минут.

 

2 часть – «презентация»:
Вам дается карточка с темой и примерно 1 минута на подготовку. В это время вы можете сделать для себя какие-то пометки, записи. Затем вы выступаете в течение 1 или 2-х минут. Экзаменатор слушает вас, не прерывая. На эту часть отводится 3 – 4 минуты включая время на подготовку.

 

3 часть – «дискуссия»:
Дискуссия с экзаменатором. Тема дискуссии основывается на теме предыдущей части 2. На эту часть отводится 4 – 5 минут.

 

Sample 1 of Speaking Module (10-15 minutes)

 

Part 1

Tip Strip

  • The examiners want you to perform to the best of your ability and the test is designed to give you every opportunity to speak, but examiners can only rate what they hear from you. So make sure you speak up and use the time as effectively as possible.
  • In Part 1, if the examiner asks you a question which can be answered by ‘Yes’ or ‘No’, try to give some extra information to extend your answer. Yes/No questions in English are often an invitation to say more.
  • Make sure you answer the question you are asked. Do not come to the interview with a learned talk

The examiner will ask you questions about yourself, such as:

  • What’s your name?
  • Where do you live?
  • What family members do you live with?
  • What are you studying?
  • What do you like about your studies?
  •  What do you like about learning English?
  • How often do you use English?

Part 2

Tip strip

  • In Part 2, try to make your talk as interesting as possible. You have a minute to prepare what you are going to say and you can make some notes. Write down some key words or ideas only. Do not write out everything you are going to say.
  • Look carefully at the prompt card on this page. Think of a city which impressed you.
  • Think of 2 or 3 thing you really remember about the city. Try to interest the examiner in what you say.

The topic for your talk will be written on a card which the examiner will hand you. Read it carefully and then make some brief notes.

A city you have visited
INSTRUCTIONS
Please read the topic below carefully. You will be asked to talk about it for 1 to 2 minutes. You have one minute to think about what you’re going to say. You can make some notes to help you if you wish.

Describe a city you have visited which has impressed you.

You should say:

  • where it is situated why you visited it
  • what you liked about it

At the end of your talk, the examiner will ask one or two brief questions to signal that it is time to stop talking.

For example, he or she might ask you:
Do you like cities generally?
Would you like to live in the city you spoke about?

Part 3

Tip Strip

  • Look at the follow-up discussion ideas for Part 3. See how they are broadly linked to the topic of Part 2.
  • Make a few notes in response to each of the prompts given here. The discussion could take any of these directions.
  • Try to think of at least five other interesting ideas linked to this topic. Remember! You can take the discussion in a direction of your choice, if it is appropriately linked.
  • Don’t be afraid to take the initiative in Part 3 of the speaking test. This is your chance to show your fluency, your ability to give and support an opinion and your range of grammatical forms and vocabulary.

Once your talk in Part 2 is over, your examiner will ask you further questions related to the topic in Part 2.

The examiner may ask you to speak about these points.

A city you have visited

- advantages of living in a big city - negative aspects of crowded cities
- architectural design
- paying for the services
- transport

Sample 2 of Speaking Module (10-15 minutes)

Part 1

The examiner will ask you questions about yourself, such as:

  • What’s your name?
  • What nationality are you?
  • What part of your country do you come from?
  • Can you describe your home town/village?
  • What do you like doing in your free time?Why?
  • Are there any new hobbies that you would like to take up? Why?

Part 2

The topic for your talk will be written on a card which the examiner will hand you. Read it carefully and then make some brief notes.

A Competition

INSTRUCTIONS

Please read the topic below carefully. You will be asked to talk about it for 1 to 2 minutes. You have one minute to think about what you’re going to say. You can make some notes to help you if you wish.

Describe a competition (or contest) that you have entered.

You should say: when the competition took place what you had to do how well you did it

Describe how you felt about the competition.

At the end of your talk, the examiner will ask one or two brief questions to signal that it is time to stop talking.

For example, he or she might ask you:
Do you enjoy entering competitions?
Have you entered any other competitions?

Part 3

Once your talk in Part 2 is over, your examiner will ask you further questions related to the topic in Part 2.

The examiner may ask you to speak about these points.

Competition

- competition at a young age
 - competition at school
- value of international competitions
 - the psychology of competing
- competitive spirit

 

Как оценивается Speaking Module

 

В книжках, конечно, пишут следующее:
Unfortunately, we are unable to give you the official descriptions of the Band Scores of Speaking Module because they are confidential:

Score Description

9 Like a native speaker
8 Very fluent; can use formal and informal language
7 Quiet fluent; wide vocabulary
6 Forms questions well
5 Some difficulty asking questions
4 Pronunciation difficulties; limited vocabulary
3 Hesitant; incomplete sentences
2 Extremely limited vocabulary; no sentence structure
1 Not really able to communicate in English at all

Assessment criteria (Speaking Module):

You will be assessed on the following criteria:

- ability to communicate effectively
- ability to use appropriate vocabulary and structures
- ability to take initiative in a conversation
- general fluency
- structural accuracy
- intelligibility
- speaker’s purpose (very clear, fairly clear, unclear)
- organization of main points (very clear, fairly clear, unclear)
- volume (too loud, just right, not loud enough)
- speed (too fast, just right, too slow)
- eye contact (maintains or avoid)
- feedback (сопровождающие жесты, кивки и пр.)
- body language (appears nervous or relaxed)
- content (totally relevant/ sometimes irrelevant/ totally irrelevant)

 

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