OG的speaking部分很有用的tips

OG的speaking部分很有用的tips

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Introduction to the Speaking Section Speaking Question Types INDEPENDENT: QUESTIONS 1 AND 2 INTEGRATED LISTENING/READING/SPEAKING: QUESTIONS 3 AND 4 INTEGRATED LISTENING/SPEAKING: QUESTIONS 5 AND 6 Strategies for Raising Your TOEFL Speaking Score Frequently Asked Questions about TOEFL Speaking Practice TOEFL iBT Speaking Section LISTENGING SCRIPTS AND SAMPLE RESPONSES WITH REATER'S COMMENTS TOEFL iBT Speaking Score Rubric: n 2006fighting l ª h ‚ “ y http://forum.chasedream.com/UpLoadFiLe/2006- 5/2006518619248976.pdf
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TOEFL iBT Speaking READ THIS CHAPTER TO FIND OUT the format of the six TOEFL iBT Speaking questions how your spoken responses are evaluated tips for answering each Speaking question type strategies for raising your TOEFL Speaking score Introduction to the Speaking Section The TOEFL iBT Speaking section is designed to evaluate the English speaking proficiency of students like you whose native language is not English but who want to pursue undergraduate or graduate study in an English-speaking context. Like all the other sections of the TOEFL iBT, the Speaking section is delivered via computer. In the Speaking section you will be asked to speak on a variety of topics that draw on ( , - P Y - ) personal experience, campus-based situations, and academic-type content material. There are six questions. The first two questions are called Independent Speaking Tasks because they require you to draw entirely on your own ideas, opinions, and experiences when responding. The other four questions are Integrated Speaking Tasks. In these tasks you will listen to a conversation or to an excerpt H - n, vt E from a lecture, or read a passage and then listen to a brief discussion or lecture excerpt, before you are asked the question. These questions are called Integrated Tasks because they require that you integrate your English-language skills—listening and speaking, or listening, reading, and speaking. In responding to these questions, you will be asked to base your spoken response on the listening passage or on both the listening passage and the reading passage together. The Speaking section takes approximately 20 minutes. Response time allowed for each question ranges from 45 to 60 seconds. For Speaking questions that involve listening, you will hear short spoken passages or conversations on headphones. For Speaking questions that involve reading, you will read short written passages on your computer screen. You can take notes throughout the Speaking section and use your notes when responding to the Speaking questions. For each of the six questions, you will be given a short time to prepare a response. You will answer each of the questions by speaking into a microphone. Your spoken responses will be recorded and
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sent to a scoring center, and they will be scored by experienced raters. Your responses will be scored holisticallyE E E . This means that the raterE E E E will listen for various features in your response and assign a single
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This note was uploaded on 09/23/2009 for the course WRITING wring taught by Professor Jp during the Spring '09 term at SUNY Stony Brook.

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