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Intensivo ISE II (B2 Inglés)

Objetivo: 

Este curso tiene como objetivo exclusivo la preparación del examen que da acceso al ISE II de Trinity con su equivalencia al B2 del Marco Común Europeo de Referencia de las Lenguas.

Programa

Información
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Datos
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Mod. presencial 

 

 

4 horas semanales (Dedicación exclusiva al Formato Examen)

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Objetivo y contenidos

Reading & Writing

The structure of the Reading & Writing module for ISE II is: 2 x Reading tasks + 1 x Reading-into-writing task + 1 x Writing task = 2 hrs

Speaking & Listening

At ISE II the Speaking & Listening exam lasts 20 minutes. The structure of the exam includes these components:

3 x Speaking tasks:1 x Topic discussion task1 x Collaborative task1 x Conversation task

1 x Listening task

 

Language requirements for ISE II

In addition to the items specified for ISE 0 and ISE I, the candidate is expected to demonstrate the ability to use the language functions and language items listed below.

 

Language requirements

Language functions

  • Giving advice and highlighting advantages and disadvantages
  • Making suggestions
  • Describing past habits
  • Expressing possibility and uncertainty
  • Eliciting further information and expansion of ideas and opinions
  • Expressing agreement and disagreement
  • Expressing feelings and emotions
  • Expressing impossibility
  • Reporting the conversation of others
  • Speculating
  • Persuading and discouraging

 

Grammar

  • Second and third conditionals
  • Simple passive
  • Used to
  • Relative clauses
  • Modals and phrases used to give advice and make suggestions, e.g. should/ought to, could, you’d better
  • Modals and phrases used to express possibility and uncertainty may, might, I’m not sure
  • Discourse connectors because of, due to
  • Present perfect continuous tense
  • Past perfect tense
  • Reported speech
  • Linking expressions, e.g. even though, in spite of, although

 

Lexis

  • Vocabulary specific to the topic and subject areas
  • Cohesive devices, e.g. so to continue, in other words, for example
  • Appropriate words and expressions to indicate interest and show awareness of the speaker, e.g. Really? Oh dear! Did you?
  • Simple fillers to give time for thought, e.g. well…, um…
  • Reporting verbs, e.g. say, tell, ask, report, advise, promise
  • Appropriate words and expressions to encourage further participation, e.g. what  about you?
  • Phrases and expressions relating to the language functions listed above

 

Phonology (Interview only)

  • The correct pronunciation of vocabulary specific to the topic and subject areas
  • Rising intonation to indicate interest and surprise as appropriate
  • Intonation and features of connected speech beyond sentence level
  • Rising and falling intonation to indicate giving up and offering turns
  • Stress and intonation to indicate emotion
  • Stress, intonation and pitch relevant to the language functions listed above

 

Subject areas for the Conversation phase of the Interview

One subject area will be selected by the examiner from the list below.

  • Society and living standards
  • Personal values and ideals
  • The world of work
  • National environmental concerns
  • Public figures past and present

 

ISE II candidates should not select their topic from the list of subject areas above

 

Subject areas Controlled Written exam

In addition to the subject areas listed for the Conversation phase of the Interview:

  • Education
  • National customs
  • Village and city life
  • National and local produce and products
  • Early memories
  • Pollution and recycling
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