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Spoken fluency Can manage very short isolated mainly pre 4 1 Listening Speaking f. packaged utterances with much pausing to search 5 2 Grammar f. for expressions to articulate less familiar words 5 4 Vocabulary c. and to repair communication 5 5 Listening Speaking c. 148 Vocabulary Bank Days and Numbers 1 c, 148 Vocabulary Bank Days and Numbers 2 c. 1B All over the world, verb be and the world numbers 21 100 t d sentence stress. COMPONENT DESCRIPTOR PAGE ACTIVITY EXERCISE, Overall listening Can follow speech that is very slow and carefully 6 1 Vocabulary c. comprehension articulated with long pauses for him her to 6 2 Pronunciation a b. assimilate meaning 7 3 Grammar a c e, 7 4 Pronunciation Speaking a. 7 5 Vocabulary c, 7 6 Listening a b, 148 Vocabulary Bank Days and Numbers 3 b.
149 Vocabulary Bank The world 1 b, 149 Vocabulary Bank The world 2 a. Overall reading Can understand very short simple texts a single 7 3 Grammar b c. comprehension phrase at a time picking up familiar names words. and basic phrases and rereading as required, Reading for Can get an idea of the content of simpler 100 1B Communication a c. information informational material and short simple 106. argument descriptions especially if there is visual support. Overall spoken Can interact in a simple way but communication is 7 4 Pronunciation Speaking b. interaction totally dependent on repetition at a slower rate of 100 1B Communication a c. speech rephrasing and repair Can ask and answer 106. simple questions initiate and respond to simple, statements in areas of immediate need or on very. familiar topics, Conversation Can understand everyday expressions aimed at 7 3 Grammar f. the satisfaction of simple needs of a concrete type 7 4 Pronunciation Speaking d. delivered directly to him her in clear slow and, repeated speech by a sympathetic speaker.
Overall spoken Can produce simple mainly isolated phrases about 6 1 Vocabulary c. production people and places 7 3 Grammar e f, 7 4 Pronunciation Speaking d. 7 5 Vocabulary d, 100 1B Communication a c, Overall written Can write simple isolated phrases and sentences 6 1 Vocabulary d. production 125 1B Grammar Bank a c, General Has a very basic range of simple expressions about 7 3 Grammar f. linguistic range personal details and needs of a concrete type 7 4 Pronunciation Speaking d. 7 6 Listening c, Vocabulary range Has a basic vocabulary repertoire of isolated 6 1 Vocabulary a c d. words and phrases related to particular concrete 7 5 Vocabulary a c d. situations 125 1B Grammar Bank a c, 148 Vocabulary Bank Days and Numbers 3 a b.
149 Vocabulary Bank The world 1 a c, 149 Vocabulary Bank The world 2 a b. Grammatical Shows only limited control of a few simple 7 3 Grammar b c e f. accuracy grammatical structures and sentence patterns in a 7 4 Pronunciation Speaking d. learnt repertoire 125 1B Grammar Bank a c, CEFR MAPPING english file elementary third edition oxford university press 2. Phonological Pronunciation of a very limited repertoire of learnt 6 2 Pronunciation a b. control words and phrases can be understood with some 7 4 Pronunciation Speaking a b. effort by native speakers used to dealing with 7 6 Listening a. speakers of his her language group 148 Vocabulary Bank Days and Numbers 3 b. Spoken fluency Can manage very short isolated mainly pre 6 1 Vocabulary c d. packaged utterances with much pausing to search 7 3 Grammar f. for expressions to articulate less familiar words 7 4 Pronunciation Speaking d. and to repair communication 7 5 Vocabulary a d, 100 1B Communication a c. 1C Open your books please, possessive adjectives my your etc classroom language u the alphabet. COMPONENT DESCRIPTOR PAGE ACTIVITY EXERCISE, Overall listening Can follow speech that is very slow and carefully 8 1 Vocabulary b.
comprehension articulated with long pauses for him her to 8 2 Pronunciation a d. assimilate meaning 9 3 Listening Speaking a c, 9 4 Grammar c. 150 Vocabulary Bank Classroom Language b, Listening to Can understand instructions addressed carefully 8 1 Vocabulary d. announcements and slowly to him her and follow short simple. instructions directions, Reading for Can get an idea of the content of simpler 100 1C Communication a c. information informational material and short simple 106. argument descriptions especially if there is visual support. Overall spoken Can interact in a simple way but communication is 100 1C Communication a c. interaction totally dependent on repetition at a slower rate of 106. speech rephrasing and repair Can ask and answer, simple questions initiate and respond to simple. statements in areas of immediate need or on very, familiar topics.
Overall written Can ask for or pass on personal details in written 9 3 Listening Speaking d. interaction form, Overall spoken Can produce simple mainly isolated phrases about 100 1C Communication a c. production people and places 106, Overall written Can write simple isolated phrases and sentences 9 3 Listening Speaking a b. production 9 4 Grammar a, 111 1 Writing b d, 125 1C Grammar Bank c. Processing text Can copy out single words and short texts 111 1 Writing d. presented in standard printed format, General Has a very basic range of simple expressions about 9 3 Listening Speaking b d. linguistic range personal details and needs of a concrete type. Vocabulary range Has a basic vocabulary repertoire of isolated 8 1 Vocabulary a b d. words and phrases related to particular concrete 8 2 Pronunciation e. situations 125 1C Grammar Bank a c, 150 Vocabulary Bank Classroom Language a c.
Grammatical Shows only limited control of a few simple 9 4 Grammar a. accuracy grammatical structures and sentence patterns in a 125 1C Grammar Bank a c. learnt repertoire, Phonological Pronunciation of a very limited repertoire of learnt 8 2 Pronunciation a c e. control words and phrases can be understood with some 9 3 Listening Speaking c. effort by native speakers used to dealing with, speakers of his her language group. CEFR MAPPING english file elementary third edition oxford university press 3. Orthographic Can copy familiar words and short phrases e g 9 3 Listening Speaking a b. control simple signs or instructions names of everyday 111 1 Writing b d. objects names of shops and set phrases used, regularly Can spell his her address nationality. and other personal details, Spoken fluency Can manage very short isolated mainly pre 9 3 Listening Speaking d. packaged utterances with much pausing to search 9 4 Grammar c. for expressions to articulate less familiar words 100 1C Communication b c. and to repair communication 106, 1 Practical English Arriving in London.
COMPONENT DESCRIPTOR PAGE ACTIVITY EXERCISE, Overall listening Can follow speech that is very slow and carefully 10 1 Vocabulary b. comprehension articulated with long pauses for him her to 10 2 Introduction a b. assimilate meaning 10 11 3 Checking in a c g, 11 4 Jenny talks to Rob a b d e. Overall reading Can understand very short simple texts a single 11 3 Checking in e. comprehension phrase at a time picking up familiar names words 11 4 Jenny talks to Rob a. and basic phrases and rereading as required, Overall spoken Can produce simple mainly isolated phrases about 10 2 Introduction b. production people and places 10 11 3 Checking in d f. General Has a very basic range of simple expressions about 10 11 3 Checking in a e f h. linguistic range personal details and needs of a concrete type 11 4 Jenny talks to Rob c d. Vocabulary range Has a basic vocabulary repertoire of isolated 10 1 Vocabulary a b. words and phrases related to particular concrete, situations. Grammatical Shows only limited control of a few simple 11 3 Checking in h. accuracy grammatical structures and sentence patterns in 11 4 Jenny talks to Rob a. a learnt repertoire, Orthographic Can copy familiar words and short phrases e g 10 3 Checking in a.
control simple signs or instructions names of everyday. objects names of shops and set phrases used, regularly Can spell his her address nationality. and other personal details, Sociolinguistic Can establish basic social contact by using the 10 11 3 Checking in b d f h. appropriateness simplest everyday polite forms of greetings and 11 4 Jenny talks to Rob b. farewells introductions saying please thank you, Spoken fluency Can manage very short isolated mainly pre 10 2 Introduction b. packaged utterances with much pausing to search 10 11 3 Checking in b d e f. for expressions to articulate less familiar words 11 4 Jenny talks to Rob e. and to repair communication, CEFR MAPPING english file elementary third edition oxford university press 4. 2A A writer s room, a an plurals this that these those things final s and es th.
COMPONENT DESCRIPTOR PAGE ACTIVITY EXERCISE, Overall listening Can follow speech that is very slow and carefully 12 3 Pronunciation a b. comprehension articulated with long pauses for him her to 13 4 Listening Speaking b c. assimilate meaning 13 5 Grammar a, 13 6 Pronunciation a b. 151 Vocabulary Bank Things b, Overall reading Can understand very short simple texts a single 13 5 Grammar b. comprehension phrase at a time picking up familiar names words. and basic phrases and rereading as required, Overall spoken Can interact in a simple way but communication is 100 2A Communication a c. interaction totally dependent on repetition at a slower rate of 151 Vocabulary Bank Things c. speech rephrasing and repair Can ask and answer, simple questions initiate and respond to simple.
statements in areas of immediate need or on very, familiar topics. Information Can ask and answer simple questions initiate 13 4 Listening Speaking d e. exchange and respond to simple statements in areas of 13 6 Pronunciation c. immediate need or on very familiar topics, Overall spoken Can produce simple mainly isolated phrases about 13 4 Listening Speaking d e. production people and places 13 5 Grammar a, 13 6 Pronunciation c. Overall written Can write simple isolated phrases and sentences 12 2 Grammar a. production 127 2A Grammar Bank a c, General Has a very basic range of simple expressions about 13 4 Listening Speaking e. linguistic range personal details and needs of a concrete type 13 6 Pronunciation c. Vocabulary range Has a basic vocabulary repertoire of isolated 12 1 Vocabulary b. words and phrases related to particular concrete 13 4 Listening Speaking c. situations 100 2A Communication b c, 127 2A Grammar Bank a c.
151 Vocabulary Bank Things a c, Grammatical Shows only limited control of a few simple 12 2 Grammar a b. accuracy grammatical structures and sentence patterns in a 13 5 Grammar a c. learnt repertoire 127 2A Grammar Bank a c, Phonological Pronunciation of a very limited repertoire of learnt 12 3 Pronunciation a b. control words and phrases can be understood with some 13 6 Pronunciation a c. effort by native speakers used to dealing with 151 Vocabulary Bank Things a. speakers of his her language group, Spoken fluency Can manage very short isolated mainly pre 13 4 Listening Speaking d e. packaged utterances with much pausing to search 13 6 Pronunciation b c. for expressions to articulate less familiar words, and to repair communication. CEFR MAPPING english file elementary third edition oxford university press 5. 2B Stars and Stripes, adjectives colours adjectives modifiers quite very really long and short vowel sounds.
COMPONENT DESCRIPTOR PAGE ACTIVITY EXERCISE, Overall listening Can follow speech that is very slow and carefully 14 2 Grammar b. comprehension articulated with long pauses for him her to 15 3 Pronunciation a c f. assimilate meaning 152 Vocabulary Bank Adjectives 1 b d. 152 Vocabulary Bank Adjectives 2 b, Overall reading Can understand very short simple texts a single 14 1 Vocabulary a b. comprehension phrase at a time picking up familiar names words. and basic phrases and rereading as required, Reading for Can get an idea of the content of simpler 15 5 Reading a b. information informational material and short simple. argument descriptions especially if there is visual support. Information Can ask and answer simple questions initiate 14 1 Vocabulary c. exchange and respond to simple statements in areas of 15 4 Vocabulary b. immediate need or on very familiar topics 15 6 Writing Speaking c. Overall spoken Can produce simple mainly isolated phrases about 14 1 Vocabulary c. production people and places 15 3 Pronunciation e, 15 4 Vocabulary b. 15 6 Writing Speaking c, 152 Vocabulary Bank Adjectives 1 e.
Overall written Can write simple isolated phrases and sentences 14 2 Grammar a. production 15 2A Grammar Bank a c, Creative writing Can write simple phrases and sentences about 15 6 Writing Speaking b. themselves and imaginary people where they live, and what they do. General Has a very basic range of simple expressions about 15 3 Pronunciation e. linguistic range personal details and needs of a concrete type 15 6 Writing Speaking a c. Vocabulary range Has a basic vocabulary repertoire of isolated 14 1 Vocabulary a d. words and phrases related to particular concrete 15 4 Vocabulary b. situations 15 5 Reading b, 127 2B Grammar Bank a, 152 Vocabulary Bank Adjectives 1 a e. 152 Vocabulary Bank Adjectives 2 a c, Grammatical Shows only limited control of a few simple 14 2 Grammar a b d. accuracy grammatical structures and sentence patter. 20 20 20

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