And both formats lead to the same certificate. The examiner reads some sentences about the picture they have and the child must look at their picture and say how it is different. The increase in teaching of English to young learners aged approximately 7 to 12 years old had led to growing demand for assessment.
From Januarythe paper-based tests feature new graphics designed to motivate and engage young learners. Part 2 tests listening for numbers and spelling. Children listen to five short conversations between a man and a woman.
Starters is focused on pre-A1, Cambridge English: Part 2 tests reading sentences and writing one-word answers.
In the computer-based test the learner responds to audio and visual prompts, and will answer a few warm up questions to get them used to interacting with an animated character.
Because the tests are based on familiar topics and situations, they give your child the confidence to use their English and inspire them to do well.
This involved further consultation with test centres, teachers and examiners. Part 2 has a big picture and some sentences about the picture. Part 2 has a big picture and six sentences about the picture. Part 3 tests reading a conversation and choosing correct responses.
The answer will be a name or a number. The examiner then asks the child to put each object card somewhere on the big picture used in Part 1 e. Part 5 tests reading questions and writing one-word answers.
Cambridge English Language Assessment has also launched computer-based tests in some countries. Part 5 has three pictures which tell a story. Part 2 has a big picture and seven sentences about the picture.
Part 5 has three pictures, which tell a story. Part 3 has five pictures of objects. The missing words may be nouns, adjectives or verbs. In Part 3 the examiner shows five pictures which tell a story, and tells the child about the first picture.
The examiner has information about one of the pictures. Most learners take between 30 and 40 minutes to complete the test, and the results are available instantly. Draft specifications and sample materials were developed, covering all four skills — speaking, listening, reading and writing — with greater focus on oral skills because of the emphasis on spoken language over written language among young children.
The child has information about the other pictures. Part 4 tests listening for words, colours and prepositions. The planning phase involved extensive research and consultation, since relatively little research had been carried out into the assessment of second language learning in children.
There is a sentence underneath each picture, e. Part 5 has a big picture which shows different objects. The certificate shows how many shields the candidate has received for each paper, with a maximum of five shields available for each paper and 15 shields available in total.
Part 3 has a two sets of pictures. Listening 25 minutes The Listening paper has five parts and 25 questions in total. Children listen to a conversation between an adult and a child. Flyers can begin to aim for tests such as Cambridge English: Children listen to the information in the recording and draw a line from the day of the week to the picture which shows what the child did on that day.
Part 3 has a short conversation between two people.Cambridge English: Young Learners is a series of fun, motivating English language tests, aimed at children in primary and lower-secondary education. Reading, Writing, Speaking and Listening.
Students are encouraged to move through the three levels: Starters, Movers and Flyers. With Cambridge English: Young Learners, teachers can motivate. Jul 31, · Cambridge Young Learners English Tests are designed to evaluate the English level of primary learners aged 7 to 12 – and make testing fun.
They consist of three key levels of assessment. The Young Learners English Practice Tests provide authentic practice for students sitting the Cambridge Young Learners English Starters, Movers, and Flyers tests. Flyers; Breadcrumb.
Home; speaking and reading and writing. The Cambridge English: Young Learners tests are specially tailored to suit the interests of schoolchildren, so they increase their motivation to learn English.
Because the tests are based on familiar topics and situations, they give your child the confidence to use their. Cambridge English: Young Learners leads on to other Cambridge English examinations designed for school Cambridge English: Flyers is roughly equivalent to Cambridge English: Key for Schools in terms of difficulty, but the words and contexts covered in Cambridge English: Flyers are suitable for younger children.
reading and writing. Cambridge English: Flyers (YLE Flyers) gives children the confidence they need to use their English and is the highest of three Cambridge English: Young Learners (YLE) tests.Download