Speaking Assessment Standardisation

Tony Goncalves
Quiz by Tony Goncalves, updated more than 1 year ago
Tony Goncalves
Created by Tony Goncalves about 7 years ago
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Read the statements of the Speaking Assessment scales for a student taking a speaking exam and select the appropriate score according to the CEFR levels.

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A 1 - (RANGE) Some language is appropriate.
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Question 2

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A 1 (Pronunciation) Generally easy to understand despite strong L1 influence.
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A 1 (Extent ) Unable to produce even simple responses other than a few isolated words.
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A 1 (Fluency) Considerable hesitation.
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A 1 (Interaction) Understands most of the instructions and questions. Needs frequent support.
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A 2 (Grammar) Has good control over basic grammar.
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A 2 (Vocabulary ) Vocabulary is very limited.
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A 2 (Fluency) Can produce fairly simple responses with hesitation. Generally relevant to the topic. Basic use of cohesion.
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A 2 (Pronunciation) Fairly easy to understand despite strong L1 influence on sounds, stress and intonation.
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A 2 (Interaction) Understands most of the instructions and questions. Needs frequent support.
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B 1 (Grammar) Has good control over basic grammar. May try some more complex structures, albeit with errors.
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B 1 ( Vocabulary ) Can use suitable vocabulary to talk about familiar situations.
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B 1 ( Fluency ) Can produce fairly simple responses with hesitation. Generally relevant to the topic. Basic use of cohesion.
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B 1 (Pronunciation) Easy to understand. Sounds, stress and intonation are mostly appropriate.
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B 1 (Interaction) Generally responds appropriately. Attempts to move the interaction forward. Needs a little support.
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Question 16

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B 2 (Grammar) Has good control over basic grammar.
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Question 17

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B 2 (Vocabulary) Can use a variety of vocabulary to talk about a range of familiar situations.
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Question 18

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B 2 (Fluency) Can produce longer responses without much hesitation. Fully relevant to the topic. Uses a good variety of cohesive devices and discourse markers.
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B 2 (Pronunciation) Fairly easy to understand. Sounds, stress and intonation are mostly appropriate.
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B 2 (Interaction) Responds appropriately. Moves the interaction forward. Needs very little support.
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Question 21

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C 1 (Grammar) Has good control over basic grammar. May try some more complex structures, albeit with errors.
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Question 22

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C 1 (Vocabulary) Can use a good variety of vocabulary to talk about a wide range of situations.
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Question 23

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C 1 (Fluency) Can produce longer responses, though hesitation may occur. Relevant to the topic. Uses a variety of cohesive devices.
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Question 24

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C 1 (Pronunciation) Fairly easy to understand. Sounds, stress and intonation are mostly appropriate.
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Question 25

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C 1 (Interaction ) Responds appropriately. Moves the interaction forward. Needs very little support.
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