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A Nation Talking To Itself LMC Saratov, 2011
Talk Introduction. (Let me start with…What I want to talk is…) Developing the ideas. Follow the plan in the student card. ( Firstly/Secondly… In spite of this… Another thing is…However,… In fact,… Moreover… As for me…) Conclusion. ( Finally… All in all… To sum up… In summery…) Get ready to answer the examiner’s questions.
Критерии оценивания (Максимум 6 баллов)
Student Card Task 1 Give a talk about your reading preferences. Remember to say: what kind of news (information events, stories, books) affects you give reasons why why you think people will never stop reading( or this habit will soon disappear) You have to talk for 1.5-2 minutes. The examiner will listen until you have finished. Then he/she asks you some questions.
Student Card Give a talk about vital problems of our day ( in the present-day world, in our country) . Remember to say: what problems affect people and you personally how these vital problems are reflected in the press how people try to solve them You have to talk for 1.5-2 minutes. The examiner will listen until you have finished. Then he/she will ask you some questions.
Dialogue Start the conversation (Good morning… I am… Please to meet you… Excuse me, could you tell me…) Ask questions based on the task in the card (Excuse me, do you know… I wonder if you could help me…) Be polite and use as many linkers as you can (By the way… I have no idea… Well, let me think… I am afraid I… Frankly speaking… The point is… What I mean is…) Conclude the conversation (Well, it’s been nice talking to you… Have a nice time… Give me a call… Buy, you were of great help… OK, see you on…)
Student Card Task 2 (2-3 minutes) You are a TV viewer or a radio listener. Ask questions to find out more about the most sensational events. Ask a commentator of the programme about the latest events the most topical problems If you can participate in the programme You start the conversation. The teacher will play the part of a commentator. Remember to be active and polite ask questions and find out all the information you need come to an agreement how to participate in the programme
Student Card Task 2 (2-3 minutes) Imagine that you and your friend would like to buy a newspaper or a magazine . You are trying to decide which one because each member of your families has different reading preferences. Ask your friend about what newspapers and magazines he/she and his/her family read. why it is often difficult to make a choice of which newspaper or magazine to buy or to subscribe to what helps him/her to make a choice You start the conversation. The teacher will play the part of your friend. Remember to be active and polite ask questions and find out all the information you need make a decision to satisfy both of you