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Q What is the focus of Part 1, A In Part 1 candidates are tested on their ability to identify simple information that. is factual from 5 separate short conversations,Q What kind of conversations do candidates hear. A They are between friends or relatives or in a familiar situation such as a shop. assistant talking to a customer, Q What kind of information do they have to identify. A Factual information such as prices times dates directions shapes. descriptions of people etc,Q What form do the questions take. A On the Question paper there is a question and three multiple choice options. which are shown as pictures or drawings, Q Does the candidate have any time to read the questions before they listen.
to the recording, A Yes there are pauses for candidates to look at the questions and write their. Task preparation, It is important for students to develop key listening skills What are these key. skills Note down your ideas then compare them with the notes below. Key listening strategies, Picking out key information NOT listening to every word. Deducing meaning from context NOT needing a dictionary for every word. Focusing on key words NOT listening to every single word even if it is just. structural, Ignoring unfamiliar or unnecessary words or structures. In class tell students about these different strategies and skills and when you. practise listening in class try to get students to focus on a particular skill at a time. In class you could practise by regularly telling the class a short story about yourself. e g your journey to school in the morning and ask them to count the number of. times you say the word school or ask them to listen for what number bus you. came to school on, M02 ACTI TBR A2GLB 4205 U02 indd 22 7 12 09 14 58 00.
Reproduced,M02 ACTI TBR A2GLB 4205 U02 indd 23,PAPER 2 LISTENING. Part 1 questions 1 5, from the KET for Schools Handbook for Teachers with the permission of Cambridge ESOL. k e t f o r sc h o o l s h a n d b o o k f o r te ac h e r s pa p e r 2 l is te n i n g sa m p l e pa p e r. Sample Test,Activate Teaching KET for Schools,7 12 09 14 58 00. Q What is the focus of Part 2, A In Part 2 candidates are tested on their ability to identify simple information that. is factual from one longer conversation,Q What kind of conversation do candidates hear.
A It is an informal conversation between two people who know each other. Q What is the conversation about, A It is usually on a subject of personal interest to the speakers that they would. talk about in real life such as what they do in their free time travel and so on. Q What kind of information do candidates have to identify. A Candidates have to match different things for example people with the way. they travel or days of the week with free time activities. Q What form do the questions take, A On the Question paper there are 2 lists set out in columns for the candidates. Q Does the candidate match all of the options, A No there are 5 items but 8 options so there are 3 options the candidate will. Task preparation,Comment on this approach to the task. In the pause before the tape starts I read all the people listed on the left and then. all the options on the right When I listen the first time I try to identify the key. words for each option and draw an arrow in pencil to the item When I listen the. second time I confirm my ideas, This is a good approach to take In class it is useful to build up vocabulary in topic.
areas such as the options so that students become familiar with listening for key. words Play games such as saying a word and asking students to call out as many. words as they can think of connected with that word e g book bookshop. reading pages story,Students can also do this themselves in groups. M02 ACTI TBR A2GLB 4205 U02 indd 24 7 12 09 14 58 00. 29 k e t f o r sc h o o l s h a n d b o o k f o r te ac h e r s pa p e r 2 l is te n i n g sa m p l e pa p e r. M02 ACTI TBR A2GLB 4205 U02 indd 25, Reproduced from the KET for Schools Handbook for Teachers with the permission of Cambridge ESOL. Part 2 questions 6 10 and Part, k e t f o r sc h o o l s h a n d b o o k f o r te ac h e r s pakpeetr f2o rl sc. h onoi lnsg h a nsa,Part32 questions,d bmopolke fpa. Sample Test,questions11 15,PAPER 2 LISTENING,Activate Teaching KET for Schools.
7 12 09 14 58 01,e r s pa p e r 2 l is te,6 10 and Part 3. Q What is the focus of Part 3, A In Part 3 candidates have to identify simple information that is factual from. one longer conversation,Q What kind of conversation do candidates hear. A It is an informal or a neutral conversation between two people who know. each other,Q What is the conversation about, A It is usually on a subject of personal interest to the speakers that they. would talk about in real life such as daily life and routines. Task preparation, Look at these students statements about Part 3 of the Listening paper.
Are they true or false What would you say to these students. 1 I don t need to listen to the instructions as I know what to do with multiple. choice questions, 2 If I read through the questions before I listen to the recording it will be. easier to identify the answers, 3 If I miss the answer to one question I shouldn t worry about it I just wait. for the next one, 4 There is only one answer so if I think there are two I have made a mistake. 5 If I don t know the answer I can always guess, 6 If I don t know all the words I can t answer the question. 1 False The instructions give the topic of the text and also tell you which. type of task you have to do, 2 True There is time to read the questions and doing this prepares.
candidates for what they are going to hear, 3 True It is important not to panic just because one answer is missed. 4 True If you think there is more than one answer the rst time you listen. then concentrate on those possibilities the second time There is only one. 5 True but not until you have heard the recording twice and then only as. a last resort You should always be able to nd the answer by using the. correct listening skills, 6 False Don t worry about words you don t know because you may be able. to guess the meaning of the word from the context You don t need to. understand every word to identify the answers to the questions and you. should not try to listen to every single word, M02 ACTI TBR A2GLB 4205 U02 indd 26 7 12 09 14 58 01. M02 ACTI TBR A2GLB 4205 U02 indd 27,kkeett ffoorr sc. Part 22 questions,schhoooollss hhaannddbbooookk ffoorr te.
questions 6 10, Reproduced from the KET for Schools Handbook for Teachers with the permission of Cambridge ESOL. achheerrss pa,pappeerr 22 llis,tenniinngg sa,Part 33 questions. mppllee pa,Sample Test,questions 11 15,2 LISTENING. Activate Teaching KET for Schools,Part 2 questions 6 10 and Part 3 questions 11 15. 7 12 09 14 58 01,PAPER 2 LISTENING,L Parts 4 5,Q What is the focus of Parts 4 and 5.
A In Parts 4 and 5 candidates are also tested on their ability to identify speci c. information that is factual from a conversation or a monologue and write it. Q What do candidates hear, A A conversation between two people or a monologue both in a neutral. everyday context for example in a shop in a school at a station and so on The. monologue may be a recorded message, Q What kind of information do candidates have to identify. A Candidates need to identify practical information for example prices shop. opening times train times and so on,Q How are Parts 4 and 5 different from Parts 1 3. A The listening skills are the same but candidates have to write their answers. instead of marking a lozenge They may need to write a number a price a word. which is spelled out on the recording etc,Q How much do candidates have to write. A One or two words or numbers,Q Does spelling always have to be correct.
A Only when a word or name has been spelled out in the recording or when it is. a simple common word,Task preparation, Which of the statements about listening do you agree with Discuss your ideas. 1 Students should practise listening from the very rst lesson. 2 The best way to prepare for the listening paper is to do exam tasks all the. 3 Teachers should give instructions in class in English so that students get used. to following instructions given in English and extracting important information. 4 Students should be encouraged to practise listening to every word so that they. feel con dent that they understand, 5 Students should practise listening in such a way as it is integrated with other. 1 The more students are familiar with listening the easier they nd it Encourage. students to use readers with cassettes so that they become familiar with. pronunciation, 2 Of course it is important for students to be familiar with exam task types and. appropriate exam strategies but the exams test real life listening skills and so. it is more important to provide students with as much varied listening practice. as possible Coursebooks podcasts lms and so on are very useful. 3 This is very important Students should become familiar with everyday. situations and with picking out key words, 4 No if students feel that they have to understand every word they will panic if. they miss a word It is better to develop listening skills and strategies so that. they can cope even when they don t understand everything. 5 Yes If students feel that listening is part of everything they do then they will. not worry about it Parts 4 and 5 integrate listening and writing. M02 ACTI TBR A2GLB 4205 U02 indd 28 7 12 09 14 58 02. Reproduced,M02 ACTI TBR A2GLB 4205 U02 indd 29,PAPER 2 LISTENING.
from the KET for Schools Handbook for Teachers with the permission of Cambridge ESOL. Part 4 questions 16 20 and Part 5 questions 21 25, k e t f o r sc h o o l s h a n d b o o k f o r te ac h e r s pa p e r 2 l is te n i n g sa m p l e pa p e r. Sample Test,Activate Teaching KET for Schools,7 12 09 14 58 03. L Listening Audio Scripts, PAPER 2 LISTENING 2 Which campsite did Josh stay at last year. Tapescript for Sample Paper Woman Where did you go on holiday last year Josh Did you. go to that campsite by the sea again, Josh We couldn t because it was full But we found an even. This is the Cambridge Key English Test for Schools nicer one in a forest. Listening Sample Paper,Woman Are you going there again this year.
There are five parts to the test Parts One Two Three Four. and Five Josh My dad wants to try one in the mountains this year. We will now stop for a moment before we start the test PAUSE. Please ask any questions now because you must NOT,speak during the test Now listen again. PAUSE REPEAT,Now look at the instructions for Part One. 3 How much is the skirt,Sophie Mum will you buy me this skirt. You will hear five short conversations, You will hear each conversation twice Mother How much is it Sophie I don t want to spend more. There is one question for each conversation than twenty pounds. For each question choose the right answer A B or C. Sophie Well this ticket says twenty five pounds but I think. Here is an example everything in this part of the shop is in the sale. Which is the girl s horse, Mother Oh yes look it s fifteen pounds OK then but that s.
Boy Is that your horse over there with the white face the last thing I m buying today. Girl No Mine is the one with two white legs Isn t she PAUSE. Now listen again,Boy Oh yes standing next to the black one. Girl That s right Would you like to ride her PAUSE. PAUSE Now listen again,The answer is A REPEAT,Now we are ready to start PAUSE. 4 What s the weather like now, Look at question 1 Boy Pete it s stopped raining Shall we go out for a bike. PAUSE ride, 1 How many children went on the school trip Pete I m watching TV now Anyway it s still cloudy I think. it s going to rain again, Man Did you enjoy your school trip James Did everyone.
in your class go Boy Oh all right Shall we go tomorrow if it s sunny. James No twelve people stayed behind so there were Pete Yes OK. eighteen of us We had a great time,Man Where did you all sleep. Now listen again, James We had small rooms with six beds in each one It was. lots of fun,5 What will the girl cook,Now listen again. Girl Mum can I do some cooking, Mother I suppose so What do you want to make a cake. Girl No one liked the one I made last week Can I make. some soup this time, k e t f o r sc h o o l s h a n d b o o k f o r te ac h e r s pa p e r 2 l is te n i n g sa m p l e ta p e sc r i p t 31.
The audio for this text can be downloaded from www cambridgeesol org resources teacher ket html. M02 ACTI TBR A2GLB 4205 U02 indd 30 7 12 09 14 58 03. Activate Teaching KET for Schools, Mother OK We can have it for lunch I m cooking roast This is the end of Part Two. chicken for dinner tonight,Now listen again Now look at Part Three. REPEAT PAUSE, Listen to Susie talking to her friend Matt about going to the. This is the end of Part One cinema, For each question choose the right answer A B or C. You will hear the conversation twice, Look at questions 11 15 now You have twenty seconds.
Now look at Part Two,Now listen to the conversation. Listen to Nick talking to a friend about his birthday. FAQs Q What is the focus of Part 1 A In Part 1 candidates are tested on their ability to identify simple information that is factual from 5 separate short conversations Q What kind of conversations do candidates hear A They are between friends or relatives or in a familiar situation such as a shop assistant talking to a customer

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