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Unformatted text preview: Sabanc University FDY Exit Level Descriptors Basic (A2+) Intermediate (B1) Upper Intermediate (B2) LANGUAGE General linguistic range Has a repertoire of basic language which enables him/her to deal with predictable classroom situations. Can give short descriptions and relay main ideas on factual topics related to his/her studies. Has sufficient language to be able to give clear descriptions and opinions on factual topics related to his/her studies, using some complex structures to do so. Has sufficient language, including a range of complex structures, to be able to give clear detailed descriptions, express viewpoints and develop arguments in most academic situations. READING Overall reading comprehension Can read extracts from straightforward texts on familiar topics of a concrete type which consist of mainly high frequency vocabulary. Can read straightforward introductory texts on factual topics related to his/her studies and can extract the overall meaning and locate relevant details when directed to do so. Can read independently in a university context, adapting style and speed of reading to different texts and purposes, and using appropriate reference sources. Reading for orientation Can find and understand desired information in short straightforward texts. Can preview a short text, using headings, graphics and organizational cues. Can scan longer texts in order to locate desired information. Can preview a text, using headings, graphics and organizational cues. Can scan quickly through long texts, locating relevant details. Can quickly identify the content and relevance of sections/chapters from introductory undergraduate textbooks and articles of general academic interest. Reading for information and argument Can recognize main points in straightforward texts on familiar topics related to his/her studies. Can locate clearly signalled relevant details when directed to do so. Can identify the main points and conclusions of clearly signalled argumentative texts. Can obtain information from clearly signalled factual texts....
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This note was uploaded on 03/20/2009 for the course ENGLISH AS 101 taught by Professor Sener during the Spring '05 term at Sabancı University.
- Spring '05