Practice Tests for IGCSE English as a Second Language: Listening and Speaking Book 2 by Marian BarryThe tests will help familiarise students with the format and requirements of the Reading and Writing/Listening and Speaking papers. This book contains exam-format practice tests for Papers 4 and 5 of the Cambridge IGCSE in English as a Second Language. It includes four Extended-level listening practice tests and twenty oral (speaking) test tasks. The tests will help build confidence and develop exam techniques by familiarising students with the format of the Listening and Oral papers, and with the kinds of topics and exercises they will encounter. The material is also suitable for non-exam students at intermediate to upper-intermediate level. The With Key edition includes the complete audio scripts and answers for the listening tests, and oral examiners notes.
IGCSE listening track June 2013 past papers
English (as 2nd Language)
The guide is divided into five units, with each one focussing on one or more different exam exercises. The contents include: what the exam exercises look like; what you need to remember; guidance on answering the questions; student answers with examiner comments; exam-style practice questions. Please email us for more details. Back to Top. Fully matched to the and syllabuses both and Help students achieve exam success with skills-building activities, organised by topic, and comprehensive exam preparation for every Core and Extended paper and activity. With a comprehensive selection of authentic, graded student responses from past exams, it helps students truly understand examiner expectations and equips them with the necessary skills to demonstrate their true capabilities.
English as a second language is a challenging and stimulating course designed for students who are studying in English but for whom English is a second language. English as a Second Language is a respected qualification that is valued by universities and colleges. The course gives you the opportunity to improve your ability to communicate formally and informally in a range of contexts and to understand a challenging range of texts, styles and registers. Students will always work with authentic English texts so the course prepares students very well for life in an English-speaking country. Reading, writing and listening skills are tested through two examination papers. The speaking test is optional and is awarded separately. You will study the three examined skills of reading, writing and listening in a structured and engaging way, looking at different topic areas and developing your knowledge, of vocabulary and grammar.
Business Studies. English First Language. English Second Language. Additional Mathematics. Candidates may follow either the Core curriculum only or the Extended curriculum, which includes both the Core and Extended. Read More. A variety of voices and accents will be heard in recordings to reflect the various contexts presented.
Cambridge International Examinations
The course will enable students of all abilities to develop the four essential language skills of reading, writing, listening and speaking to support effective communication in their further study or career. Students will read, understand and analyse a variety of texts, presented in different styles covering a range of topics, including factual and literary text. The Scheme of Work provides a suggested pathway through the specification, enabling you to plan your course. Download this review version to check the content offered. If you are teaching in an approved OxfordAQA school you can download the full version in the box below. We've made it easy to plan your course and ensure you cover the essential content with this suggested pathway, including lots of ideas for teaching and learning activities.
The course will prepare your child for the reading, writing, speaking and listening parts of the syllabus for the Cambridge CAIE English as a Second Language syllabus This means that the marks for the Speaking component contribute to the overall grade. Substantial changes have been made to the course to provide greater support for the four key skills of Reading, Writing, Listening and Speaking. These changes include:. We can provide details of those most convenient.