During speaking tests

Don’t waste time, be productive.

  • Prepare for your own speaking test
  • Help a friend prepare for their speaking test
  • Review vocabulary
  • Do WordEngine
  • Prepare Unit 7
  • Do extensive reading for your other class
  • Prepare for the final exam, see sample exams at Oral Communication.
  • ONLY use ENGLISH!!!

The change between speaking tests must be quick, otherwise we might not be able to finish. Bring your speaking test feedback marksheet with your name and student number on it.

The speaking test is a 5-8 minutes, and you’ll do it in pairs, with a randomly assigned partner. The topic will be randomly chosen by dice roll:

  1. Unit 3
  2. Unit 4
  3. Unit 6
  4. Own/one research task
  5. Unit 2
  6. Unit 5

Literacy Class Final Report

There will be updates, so come back to check this page regularly.

You should have these parts in your Task 3 report, due 24th May, and revisions due 31st May (TBC):

  • Metadata
  • Introduction
  • Body
    • Summary (of the whole novel, not just chapter one)
    • Critical Review (writing style)
  • Conclusion
  • References
  • Checklist attached.
  • Topic research notes attached

During speaking tests today

Don’t waste time, be productive.

  • Prepare for your own speaking test
  • Help a friend prepare for their speaking test
  • Review vocabulary
  • Do WordEngine
  • Prepare Unit 4
  • Do extensive reading for your other class
  • Get a copy of your video (only able to do this today)
  • Do the Self-reflection (due this Friday)
  • ONLY use ENGLISH!!!

The change between speaking tests must be quick, otherwise we might not be able to finish. Bring your speaking test feedback marksheet with your name and student number on it.

The speaking test is a maximum of 5 minutes, and you’ll do it in pairs, with a randomly assigned partner. The topic will be randomly chosen by dice roll:

  • 1&2 Basic Communication
  • 3&4 Extensive Reading
  • 5 Wombats
  • 6 Your own research task from Unit 3