Chapter_03_Oral_Situations - speakers 9–10 points Student...

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Chapter 3 Individual speaking exam. (10 pts.) Students choose one of the following questions at random. The answer will be graded according to the following scale: 1–2 points: Student is unable to use any of the target vocabulary or structures appropriately. 3–4 points: Student uses a minimum vocabulary, pronunciation is difficult to understand, target structure is attempted with little success. 5–6 points: Student uses some appropriate vocabulary, pronunciation is understood by sympathetic listener, target structure is attempted with some success. 7–8 points: Student uses mostly appropriate vocabulary and structures, can be understood by native
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Unformatted text preview: speakers. 9–10 points: Student uses a variety of appropriate vocabulary and structures, can be understood by native speakers. Situation #1: Imagine you are at a party with the other members of your class. Describe what everyone is doing and what they are eating and drinking. Situation #2: You have just made a new friend. Describe yourself to him/her with as much detail as possible, also explaining where you live and bragging a little about your city. Situation #3: You are being interviewed. Tell your likes and dislikes, as well as the likes and dislikes of your family....
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