Published on February 22, 2014
ISE I (B1)
PART 1: PORTFOLIO TASKS (20%) Section 1: Correspondence (between 70 – 80 words): E-mail, letter. (20%) ◦ 3 sections Section 2: Factual writing (between 110 – 130 words): Article, review, report. (40%) Section 3: Creative / descriptive writing (between 110 – 130 words): Description, story, diary. (40%) ◦ The portfolio needs to be ready by mid-June
PART 2: CONTROLLED WRITING (30%) a. Reading into writing task: writing of a composition from a little text. (50%). Approximately 150 words. b. Writing task: composition about a topic. Similar to the porfolio. (50%). Approximately 150 words. You have 1 hour and 30 minutes to complete these two tasks. This part of the exam will take place the 2nd July at 10:00 a.m.
PART 3: INTERVIEW (50%) Introductions. Topic discussion: each student prepares a topic to talk about with the examiner. Up to 4 minutes. c. Discussion of the portfolio and conversation about a topic. Up to 4 minutes. a. b. You can see videos of real exams in the web page of Trinity College.
MORE INFORMATION: For ISE I (B1) the price of the exam is 90€. You need to pay for the exam in MAY. If you want to leave this course, you will have to warn your teacher the previous month because the bill will be charged between the 1st and 5th of each month. If you have any doubt, do not hesitate to contact Aula Abierta: ◦ Email: firstname.lastname@example.org ◦ Telephone number: 658 034 555
MATERIALS: You’ll need to buy a book: NEW PASS TRINITY 5-6. Publishing House: BLACK CAT. The rest of the materials needed will be provided by the teacher in paper or online: http://anabelblascomartin.blogspot.com.es/
LANGUAGE REQUIREMENTS FOR ISE I
Language functions: Describing the future — informing and predicting Expressing preferences Describing events in the indefinite and recent past Giving reasons Stating the duration of events Quantifying Expressing and requesting opinions and impressions, intention and purpose, obligation and necessity, certainty and uncertainty Describing past actions over a period of time
Grammar: Present perfect tense Connecting clauses using because Future tenses: will and present continuous Adjectives and adverbials of quantity, e.g. a lot (of), not very much, many Expressions of preference, e.g. I prefer, I’d rather Zero and first conditionals Past continuous tense Modals connected to the functions listed above, e.g. must, need to, might, don’t have to
Vocabulary: Expressions relating to the past, e.g. two days ago, the day before yesterday Expressions relating to future time, e.g. the day after tomorrow, in the future Common phrasal verbs Phrases and expressions relating to the language functions listed above
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