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Trinity exam


Da alcuni anni il nostro Istituto è sede degli esami  TRINITY, ente scelto dal MIUR per la certificazione delle competenze scritte e orali della lingua inglese.
Ad oggi gli esami per la certificazione sono stati sostenuti solo dagli alunni della scuola secondaria di I grado.

Dall’anno scolastico 2015/2016,  in via sperimentale, la stessa proposta è stata effettuata anche alla scuola primaria ed è stata ripetuta nel corso dell’anno scolastico 2016/2017.

La coordinatrice del progetto,  docente Francesca Trombetta,  per il corrente anno scolastico 2017/2018 proporrà il progetto di preparazione alla certificazione della lingua inglese a un gruppo di alunni delle classi quarte e quinte.

Vedi comunicazione relativa al progetto.

progetto certificazione lingua inglese-primaria di Albavilla-17-18

Nell’anno scolastico 2018/2019 la preparazione per sostenere gli esami per gli esami Trinity rientra in due moduli PON/FSE “10.2.2A-FSEPON-LO-2017-88” – Titolo Do it right!.

MODULO 7 – LINGUA INGLESE PRIMARIA 1

23 alunni di classe quarta

docente tutor: Frigerio Tiziana

30 ore di lezione

MODULO 8 – LINGUA INGLESE PRIMARIA 2

23 alunni di classe quinta

docente tutor: Trombetta Francesca

30 ore di lezione

Trinity exams:

GRADE 1 GRADE 2

A1 CEFR

Exam format

Total exam time: 5 minutes

Exam format

Total exam time: 6 minutes

The exam consists of one assessed phase:

Conversation with the examiner (up to 5 minutes).

The exam consists of one assessed phase:

Conversation with the examiner (up to 6 minutes).

Candidate performance

The candidate is expected to demonstrate the following communicative skills and meet the language requirements listed below during the exam.

Communicative skills :

  • Exchange greetings with the examiner
  • Show understanding of simple instructions through appropriate actions
  • Give very short answers to simple questions and requests for information
Candidate performance
In addition to the items listed for the previous grade, the candidate is expected to demonstrate the following communicative skills and meet the language requirements listed below during the exam.Communicative skills

  • Understand short, simple questions, requests and statements
  • Respond with appropriate actions and positive and negative short form answers
  • Contribute to the conversation using memorised phrases and short statements
  • Use a basic range of words and simple phrases related to personal details and situations
  • Ask for very basic personal information, e.g. about possessions
Language functions

  • Exchanging greetings
  • Giving personal information, eg name, age
  • Identifying and naming items given in the lexical list below
  •  Leave-taking

Grammar
The candidate is expected to demonstrate the ability to understand:

  •  Imperatives for common actions, eg go, come, show, point, give, touch, stand up
  • Question words what? how many? how old?
  • Demonstratives this, that, these, those

The candidate is expected to demonstrate the ability to understand and use:

 

  • The present simple tense of the verb to be
  • Common nouns in singular and plural (regular and irregular), eg shoe/shoes, foot/feet
  • Simple adjectives, eg small, tall, green
  • Determiners a, the, my, your, his, her
  • Pronouns I, you, he, she, it, they

Lexis
The candidate is expected to demonstrate the ability to understand and use vocabulary related to:

 

  • Personal information
  •  Immediate surroundings including classroom objects
  •  Basic parts of the face and body
  •  Common animals (domestic, farm and wild
  •  Cardinal numbers up to 20
  •  Colours
  •  Everyday items of clothing
  •  Words relating to the language functions listed above

Phonology

 The correct pronunciation of common words relevant to the lexical areas listed above

Language functions

 

  • Indicating the position of people and objects
  • Describing people, animals, objects and places very simply
  •  Stating simple facts
  • Informing about possessions
  • Asking very simple questions about personal details

 

 

Grammar
The candidate is expected to demonstrate the ability to understand:

  • Present simple tense questions
  • Question words who? when?
  • Present continuous tense questions
  • Determiners some, any

The candidate is expected to demonstrate the ability to understand and use:

  • Present simple tense
  • There is/are and has/have got/have you got? Do you have?
  • Question words where? how?
  • Prepositions of place in, on, under, between, next to
  • Determiners their, its
  • Possessive pronouns mine, yours, his, hers
  • Yes/no answers to present continuous tense questions

Lexis
The candidate is expected to demonstrate the ability to understand and use vocabulary related to:

  • Rooms in the home
  • Household objects
  • Family and friends
  • Pets
  • Possessions
  • Days of the week and months of the year
  • Cardinal numbers up to 50
  • Words and phrases relating to the language functions listed above

Phonology

The correct pronunciation of words relevant to the lexical areas listed above

  • Basic intonation patterns for simple questions
  • Contractions, eg I’ve, I’m, he’s

Grade 2 communicative skills and language requirements have been mapped to CEFR level A1

Le informazioni della tabella sopra riportata sono state prese dal  GESE Exam Information booklet reperibile nel sito http://www.trinitycollege.it/

 




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