Sunday, September 11, 2016

IELTS Express Intermediate Second Edition Board Race Unit 3 Speaking p.31-33

(Supplementary Materials for Specific Textbooks--IELTS Express Intermediate)


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Board Race.  There are 8 questions.  All of the questions are from pages 31, 32, and 33.  Work as a team to find the answers in your book.  Then write the answer on the board.  Only one team member may go up to the board at a time.  You may not bring this piece of paper or your textbook with you to the board.  The first team to get the correct answers to all 8 questions up on the board will get a prize.

  1. If you don’t understand something on the speaking card, can you ask the examiner for clarification?  ____________________

  1. Do you need to worry about talking too long?  ____________________

  1. When you take notes, do you have to write in full sentences? ____________________

  1. In speaking part 2, how long will you speak without interruption from the examiner? ____________________

  1. What are five useful expressions to check your understanding of the card? ____________________

  1. Sometimes when you are nervous, you might lose your place on the speaking card.  What should you do to avoid this?  ____________________

  1. What should you underline in your note? ____________________

  1. Make sure to look up from your card and make___________ with the examiner when you are speaking.  
Keywords
1. If you don’t understand something on the speaking card, can you ask the examiner for clarification?  Yes
2.Do you need to worry about talking too long?  No, the examiner will interrupt you when he or she wants you to finish
3. When you take notes, do you have to write in full sentences? No
4. In speaking part 2, how long will you speak without interruption from the examiner? one to two minutes
5. What are five useful expressions to check your understanding of the card? By...do you mean…?, If I understand this correctly, it means that…?, So, in other words, it’s saying…, So, is it OK if I talk about…?  It says here….but I...
6. Sometimes when you are nervous, you might lose your place on the speaking card.  What should you do to avoid this?  Keep your finger on the point you are talking about
7. What should you underline in your note? keywords
8. Make sure to look up from your card and make___________ with the examiner when you are speaking.  eyecontact

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