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1 General Certificate of Secondary Education 2006 Spanish Paper 2 Speaking Tests Role-playing Situations (Foundation and Higher Tiers) [G9102] [G9106] G9102G9106EB TEACHER S BOOKLET, ALL SESSIONS TEACHER S BOOKLET

2 Introduction to the Speaking Test Foundation Tier The test is conducted by the teacher and recorded for marking. It should take about 10 minutes altogether. It is worth 25% of the marks for GCSE and is marked out of 80. The examination should be conducted in the following order: Role-plays, candidate s presentation and conversation. The candidate has 10 minutes to prepare for Role-plays. Candidates are not permitted to use a dictionary for the Speaking Test. Role-plays 16 Marks Two Role-plays containing four tasks each. The candidate has 10 minutes to prepare for the Role-plays. The candidate may use the CCEA pro forma to make written notes. These may be brought into the examination. At the end of the examination the candidate should return the pro forma to his/her teacher, who will forward this to CCEA. The settings and responses provided are intended to assist teachers in the conduct of the Role-play tests and to help standardize the responses made by candidates, thus making for greater reliability in the marking of the tests. On the Foundation Tier Role-play, teachers are asked to adhere strictly to the responses. Teachers must not, however, help the candidate, either by translating or by suggesting words to use, as no marks can then be awarded. Presentation 26 Marks The candidate talks about a topic of his/her choice from the CCEA GCSE Specification for 1 minute. The candidate may use the CCEA pro forma to write five short headings. Each heading should contain no more than five words. The candidate may look over the pro forma during the preparation time, and may bring this into the examination. The use of a dictionary during either the preparation time or the examination is not permitted. At the end of the examination the candidate should return the pro forma to his/her teacher, who will forward this to CCEA. 2

3 Conversation 38 Marks For each timetabled Role-play session, four topics for Conversation will be given from the lists in the Specification. The teacher should conduct a conversation on two of the topics specified for each session. Only these topics may be used. If a candidate s presentation overlaps with one of the topics, do not ask questions on this topic in the conversation. In response to questions from the teacher, the candidate should talk about two topics. The conversation should last for not less than four minutes and not more than five minutes. This timing must be strictly adhered to. A Grid, which illustrates the conversation topics for each timetabled Role-play session is included on page 5. Higher Tier The test is conducted by the teacher and recorded for marking. It should take about 15 minutes altogether. It is worth 25% of the marks for GCSE and is marked out of 80. The examination should be conducted in the following order: Role-plays, candidate s presentation and conversation. The candidate has 15 minutes to prepare for the Role-plays. Candidates are not permitted to use a dictionary for the Speaking Test. Role-plays 16 Marks Two Role-plays containing four tasks each. The candidate has 15 minutes to prepare for the Role-plays. The candidate may use the CCEA pro forma to make written notes. These may be brought into the examination. At the end of the examination the candidate should return the pro forma to his/her teacher, who will forward this to CCEA. The settings and responses provided are intended to assist teachers in the conduct of the Role-play tests and to help standardize the responses made by candidates, thus making for greater reliability in the marking of the tests. On the Higher Tier Role-plays, teachers are asked to adhere strictly to the responses. Teachers must not, however, help the candidate, either by translating or by suggesting words to use, as no marks can then be awarded. 3 [Turn over

4 Presentation 26 Marks The candidate talks about a topic of his/her choice from the CCEA GCSE Specification for 2 minutes. The candidate may use the CCEA pro forma to write five short headings. Each heading should contain no more than six words. The candidate may look over the pro forma during the preparation time, and may bring this into the examination. The use of a dictionary during either the preparation time or the examination is not permitted. At the end of the examination the candidate should return the pro forma to his/her teacher, who will forward this to CCEA. Conversation 38 Marks For each timetabled Role-play session, four topics for Conversation will be given from the lists in the Specification. The teacher should conduct a conversation on two of the topics specified for each session. Only these topics may be used. If a candidate s presentation overlaps with one of the topics, do not ask questions on this topic in the conversation. In response to questions from the teacher, the candidate should talk about two topics. The conversation should last for not less than five minutes and not more than six minutes. This timing must be strictly adhered to. A Grid, which illustrates the conversation topics for each timetabled Role-play session is included on page 5. 4

5 Below are the Conversation Topics for each Role-play Session. The teacher chooses two of these topics on which to base the conversation, and neither topic chosen may relate to the content of the candidate s presentation. Specimen suggested questions for each topic have been provided, but the teacher is at liberty to use questions of his/her own generation, provided they relate to the topics chosen. Conversation Topics Session A: Foundation and Higher Tier A. Self, family and friends C. Hobbies and interests D. Town, countryside and environment Session C: Foundation and Higher Tier C. Hobbies and interests E. Holidays F. Education and careers Session E: Foundation and Higher Tier A. Self, family and friends C. Hobbies and interests D. Town, countryside and environment Session X: Foundation and Higher Tier A. Self, family and friends C. Hobbies and interests E. Holidays Session Z: Foundation and Higher Tier A. Self, family and friends C. Hobbies and interests D. Town, countryside and environment F. Education and careers Session B: Foundation and Higher Tier A. Self, family and friends E. Holidays F. Education and careers Session D: Foundation and Higher Tier D. Town, countryside and environment E. Holidays F. Education and careers Session F: Foundation and Higher Tier C. Hobbies and interests E. Holidays F. Education and careers Session Y: Foundation and Higher Tier A. Self, family and friends D. Town, countryside and environment E. Holidays F. Education and careers 5 [Turn over

6 SESSION A Role-play topics On holiday Public services Work experience Conversation topics A. Self, family and friends C. Hobbies and interests D. Town, countryside and environment Role-plays Foundation Situation A: On holiday: In a Spanish street While on holiday you meet a Spanish friend in the street. I will play the part of your Spanish friend. You will begin. 1 Candidate : Greet your Spanish friend. Teacher : Hola! 2 Candidate : Ask where he/she is going. Teacher : Voy a la cafetería a comer. 3 Candidate : Ask what the food is like. Teacher : La comida es muy buena. Qué quieres tomar? 4 Candidate : Say what you want to eat. Teacher : Muy bien. Situation B: Public services: In a post office You are in a post office in Spain. I will play the part of the assistant. You will begin. 1 Candidate : Say how many stamps you want to buy. Teacher : Son para qué país? 2 Candidate : Say which country they are for. Teacher : Aquí tiene. 3 Candidate : Ask the price. Teacher : Tres euros. Habla bien. Dónde estudia el español? 4 Candidate : Answer the question. Teacher : Muy bien. 6

7 Higher Situation A: Public services: In a post office You are in a post office in Spain. I will play the part of the assistant. You will begin. 1 Candidate : Say how many stamps you want to buy. Teacher : Son para qué país? 2 Candidate : Say which country they are for. Teacher : Aquí tiene. 3 Candidate : Ask the price. Teacher : Tres euros. Habla bien. Dónde estudia el español? 4 Candidate : Answer the question. Teacher : Muy bien. Situation B: Work experience: In your Spanish friend s house You are discussing work experience with your Spanish friend. I will play the part of your Spanish friend. I will begin. 1 Teacher : Dónde has hecho las prácticas? Candidate : Di dónde has hecho las prácticas. 2 Teacher : Te gustaron? Candidate : Da tu opinión de las prácticas. 3 Teacher : Cuántas horas trabajaste por semana? Candidate : Contesta la pregunta. 4 Teacher : Cómo eran los otros empleados? Candidate : Da tu opinión de los otros empleados. 5 Teacher : Qué interesante! 7 [Turn over

8 SESSION B Role-play topics Conversation topics Getting around A. Self, family and friends Hobbies and interests Accommodation E. Holidays F. Education and careers Foundation Situation C: Getting around: In a train station Role-plays You are in a train station in Spain. I will play the part of the assistant. You will begin. 1 Candidate : Greet the assistant. Teacher : Buenos días. En qué puedo servirle? 2 Candidate : Say what type of ticket you want. Teacher : A qué hora quieres viajar? 3 Candidate : Say what time you want to go. Teacher : Muy bien. 4 Candidate : Ask which platform it is. Teacher : Andén número tres. Situation D: Hobbies and interests: On the telephone It s your Spanish friend s birthday and you telephone him/her. I will play the part of your Spanish friend. You will begin. 1 Candidate : Say happy birthday. Teacher : Muchas gracias. 2 Candidate : Ask what age he/she is. Teacher : Tengo diecisiete años. 3 Candidate : Ask if he/she is going to have a party. Teacher : Sí, por supuesto. Qué quieres hacer el día de tu cumpleaños? 4 Candidate : Answer the question. Teacher : Va a ser estupendo. 8

9 Higher Situation C: Hobbies and interests: On the telephone It s your Spanish friend s birthday and you telephone him/her. I will play the part of your Spanish friend. You will begin. 1 Candidate : Say happy birthday. Teacher : Muchas gracias. 2 Candidate : Ask what age he/she is. Teacher : Tengo diecisiete años. 3 Candidate : Ask if he/she is going to have a party. Teacher : Sí, por supuesto. Qué quieres hacer el día de tu cumpleaños? 4 Candidate : Answer the question. Teacher : Va a ser estupendo. Situation D: Accommodation: In a campsite You are checking out at a campsite in Spain. I will play the part of the assistant. I will begin. 1 Teacher : Le ha gustado su visita aquí? Candidate : Da tu opinión del camping. 2 Teacher : Había algún problema? Candidate : Describe un problema que tuviste. 3 Teacher : Lo siento, señor/señorita. Volvería Vd. el año que viene? Candidate : Di por qué volverías el año que viene. 4 Teacher : Estupendo! Cuándo va a volver a Irlanda? Candidate : Contesta la pregunta. 9 [Turn over

10 SESSION C Role-play topics Conversation topics Shopping Town, countryside and environment C. Hobbies and interests Getting around E. Holidays F. Education and careers Foundation Role-plays Situation E: Shopping: Talking to your Spanish friend You are talking to your Spanish friend about money you received for your birthday. 1 Teacher : Feliz cumpleaños! Candidate : Thank your friend. 2 Teacher : Cuánto dinero recibiste en tu cumpleaños? Candidate : Say how much money you have in total. 3 Teacher : Qué vas a comprar? Candidate : Say what you are going to buy. 4 Teacher : Cuándo vas de compras? Candidate : Say when you are going shopping. Situation F: Town, countryside and environment: Talking to a Spanish tourist You are describing your town to a Spanish tourist. I will play the part of the Spanish tourist and I will begin. 1 Teacher : Cómo es tu ciudad? Candidate : Describe your town. (Two details.) 2 Teacher : Qué hay para los turistas? Candidate : Say what there is for tourists. 3 Teacher : Hay edificios históricos? Candidate : Mention one old building in your town. 4 Teacher : Qué edificios modernos hay? Candidate : Answer the question. 10

11 Higher Situation E: Town, countryside and environment: Talking to a Spanish tourist You are describing your town to a Spanish tourist. I will play the part of the Spanish tourist and I will begin. 1 Teacher : Cómo es tu ciudad? Candidate : Describe your town. (Two details.) 2 Teacher : Qué hay para los turistas? Candidate : Say what there is for tourists. 3 Teacher : Hay edificios históricos? Candidate : Mention one old building in your town. 4 Teacher : Qué edificios modernos hay? Candidate : Answer the question. Situation F: Getting around: Talking to your Spanish friend You are describing a train journey you made last summer to your Spanish friend. 1 Teacher : Has viajado alguna vez en tren? Candidate : Describe tu viaje en tren el verano pasado. 2 Teacher : Cuánto tiempo duró el viaje? Candidate : Contesta la pregunta. 3 Teacher : Me encanta ir en tren. Y tú? Candidate : Da tu opinión de ir en tren. 4 Teacher : Qué hiciste a bordo? Candidate : Di lo que hiciste a bordo. (Dos detalles.) 11 [Turn over

12 SESSION D Role-play topics Conversation topics Public services Accommodation D. Town, countryside and environment Hobbies and interests E. Holidays F. Education and careers Foundation Situation G: Public services: In a police station Role-plays You are giving your sister s details to the police in Spain after an accident. I will play the part of the police officer and I will begin. 1 Teacher : Cómo se llama su hermana? Candidate : Say what your sister is called. 2 Teacher : Cuál es su nacionalidad? Candidate : State her nationality. 3 Teacher : Cuántos años tiene? Candidate : Say how old your sister is. 4 Teacher : Muy bien. No se preocupe. Candidate : Thank the police officer. Situation H: Accommodation: On the telephone You phone a Spanish hotel to make a booking. I will play the part of the receptionist. You will begin. 1 Candidate : Say you want to book a room. Teacher : Vale. Qué tipo de habitación quiere usted? 2 Candidate : Answer the question. Teacher : En qué fecha va a llegar? 3 Candidate : Say what date you are going to arrive. Teacher : Bien. El desayuno está incluido. Qué quiere tomar? 4 Candidate : Say what you want for breakfast. (Two details.) Teacher : No hay problema. 12

13 Higher Situation G: Accommodation: On the telephone You phone a Spanish hotel to make a booking. I will play the part of the receptionist. You will begin. 1 Candidate : Say you want to book a room. Teacher : Vale. Qué tipo de habitación quiere usted? 2 Candidate : Answer the question. Teacher : En qué fecha va a llegar? 3 Candidate : Say what date you are going to arrive. Teacher : Bien. El desayuno está incluido. Qué quiere tomar? 4 Candidate : Say what you want for breakfast. (Two details.) Teacher : No hay problema. Situation H: Hobbies and interests: Talking to your Spanish friend Your Spanish friend is staying with you and you are discussing what you are going to do in the evening. I will play the part of your friend and I will begin. 1 Teacher : Qué vamos a hacer esta tarde? Candidate : Di lo que quieres hacer. (Dos detalles.) 2 Teacher : Por qué quieres hacer esto? Candidate : Di por qué quieres hacer esto. 3 Teacher : Qué vamos a hacer después? Candidate : Di qué vais a hacer después. 4 Teacher : Qué hiciste el fin de semana pasado? Candidate : Contesta la pregunta. 13 [Turn over

14 SESSION E Role-play topics Accommodation Careers On holiday Conversation topics A. Self, family and friends C. Hobbies and interests D. Town, countryside and environment Role-plays Foundation Situation I: Accommodation: In a youth hostel You have arrived at a youth hostel in Spain. I will play the part of the receptionist. You will begin. 1 Candidate : Greet the receptionist. Teacher : Cuántos son ustedes? 2 Candidate : Say how many people are in your group. Teacher : Quieren quedarse para cuántas noches? 3 Candidate : Say how long you want to stay for. Teacher : Muy bien. 4 Candidate : Ask how much it is. Teacher : Cuesta diez euros por noche. Situation J: Careers: In your Spanish friend s house You are discussing future plans with your Spanish friend. 1 Teacher : Qué vas a estudiar el año que viene? Candidate : Say which subjects you are going to study next year. 2 Teacher : Por qué te gustan? Candidate : Say why you like those subjects. 3 Teacher : En qué quieres trabajar? Candidate : Say what job you want to do. 4 Teacher : En qué país te gustaría trabajar? Candidate : Answer the question. 14

15 Higher Situation I: Careers: In your Spanish friend s house You are discussing future plans with your Spanish friend. 1 Teacher : Qué vas a estudiar el año que viene? Candidate : Say which subjects you are going to study next year. 2 Teacher : Por qué te gustan? Candidate : Say why you like those subjects. 3 Teacher : En qué quieres trabajar? Candidate : Say what job you want to do. 4 Teacher : En qué país te gustaría trabajar? Candidate : Answer the question. Situation J: On holiday: In your Spanish friend s house You are talking to your Spanish friend about Spanish food. 1 Teacher : Qué has probado ya de la comida española? Candidate : Describe un plato español que has probado. 2 Teacher : Te gustó/gustaron? Candidate : Da tu opinión del plato. 3 Teacher : Qué tipo de comida prefieres? Candidate : Di qué tipo de comida prefieres. 4 Teacher : A qué hora te gustaría cenar esta tarde? Candidate : Contesta la pregunta. 15 [Turn over

16 SESSION F Role-play topics Conversation topics Careers Shopping C. Hobbies and interests Town, countryside and environment E. Holidays F. Education and careers Foundation Role-plays Situation K: Careers: Talking to your Spanish friend You are telling your Spanish friend about your parents work. 1 Teacher : Trabajan tus padres? Candidate : Say that your father works. 2 Teacher : Dónde trabaja tu padre? Candidate : Say where your father works. 3 Teacher : A qué hora sale de la casa por la mañana? Candidate : Say what time he leaves the house. 4 Teacher : Muy bien. Tengo que irme ahora. Candidate : Say goodbye. Situation L: Shopping: In your Spanish friend s house You are staying with your Spanish friend and you have just returned from the shops. 1 Teacher : Adónde fuiste de compras? Candidate : Say what shop you went to. 2 Teacher : Qué compraste? Candidate : Say what you bought. 3 Teacher : Es/Son para quién? Candidate : Say who it s for. 4 Teacher : Qué opinas de las tiendas españolas? Candidate : Answer the question. 16

17 Higher Situation K: Shopping: In your Spanish friend s house You are staying with your Spanish friend and you have just returned from the shops. 1 Teacher : Adónde fuiste de compras? Candidate : Say what shop you went to. 2 Teacher : Qué compraste? Candidate : Say what you bought. 3 Teacher : Es/Son para quién? Candidate : Say who it s for. 4 Teacher : Qué opinas de las tiendas españolas? Candidate : Answer the question. Situation L: Town, countryside and environment: Talking to your Spanish friend You are talking to your Spanish friend about the area where you live. 1 Teacher : Descríbeme tu barrio. Candidate : Describe tu barrio. (Dos detalles.) 2 Teacher : Vives allí desde hace cuándo? Candidate : Di desde hace cuánto tiempo vives allí. 3 Teacher : Cómo es el transporte público? Candidate : Di cómo es el transporte público. 4 Teacher : Cuál es una desventaja de vivir allí? Candidate : Contesta la pregunta. 17 [Turn over

18 SESSION X Role-play topics Town, countryside and environment Getting around Careers Conversation topics A. Self, family and friends C. Hobbies and interests E. Holidays Role-plays Foundation Situation M: Town, countryside and environment: Talking to your Spanish friend You are talking to your Spanish friend about where you live. 1 Teacher : Dónde está tu casa? Candidate : Say where your house is. 2 Teacher : Te gusta? Candidate : Say if you like it/don t like it. 3 Teacher : Por qué? Candidate : Say why you like it/don t like it. 4 Teacher : Muy bien. Tengo que irme ahora. Candidate : Say goodbye. Situation N: Getting around: On the phone to your Spanish friend Your Spanish friend is coming to stay with you. He/She telephones you to confirm arrangements. 1 Teacher : Voy a ir a Irlanda pronto. Candidate : Ask when he/she is going to arrive. 2 Teacher : Voy a llegar el quince de agosto. Candidate : Ask how he/she is going to travel. 3 Teacher : En avión. Cómo voy a reconocerte en el aeropuerto? Candidate : Say what you are going to wear to meet him/her. 4 Teacher : Vale. Qué regalo quieres de España? Candidate : Answer the question. 18

19 Higher Situation M: Getting around: On the phone to your Spanish friend Your Spanish friend is coming to stay with you. He/She telephones you to confirm arrangements. 1 Teacher : Voy a ir a Irlanda pronto. Candidate : Ask when he/she is going to arrive. 2 Teacher : Voy a llegar el quince de agosto. Candidate : Ask how he/she is going to travel. 3 Teacher : En avión. Cómo voy a reconocerte en el aeropuerto? Candidate : Say what you are going to wear to meet him/her. 4 Teacher : Vale. Qué regalo quieres de España? Candidate : Answer the question. Situation N: Careers: Talking to your Spanish friend You are talking to your Spanish friend about jobs. 1 Teacher : Dónde trabaja tu hermano? Candidate : Di dónde trabaja tu hermano. 2 Teacher : Qué tiene que hacer exactamente? Candidate : Di lo que tiene que hacer. (Dos detalles.) 3 Teacher : A ti te gustaría trabajar allí? Por qué/por qué no? Candidate : Contesta la pregunta. 4 Teacher : Qué planes tienes para el futuro? Candidate : Di qué planes tienes para el futuro. 19 [Turn over

20 SESSION Y Role-play topics Conversation topics Hobbies and interests A. Self, family and friends Work experience D. Town, countryside and environment Shopping E. Holidays F. Education and careers Foundation Role-plays Situation O: Hobbies and interests: Talking to your Spanish friend Your Spanish friend is staying with you and you are talking about plans for the weekend. 1 Teacher : Qué planes tienes para el fin de semana? Candidate : Say you are going to a party. 2 Teacher : Qué bien! Candidate : Say whose birthday it is. 3 Teacher : Qué vas a comprar como regalo? Candidate : Say what present you are buying. 4 Teacher : Hasta entonces! Candidate : Say goodbye. Situation P: Work experience: In a café You have an interview for a job as a waiter/waitress in a café in Spain. I will play the part of the café owner and I will begin. 1 Teacher : Cómo se llama? y cuántos años tiene? Candidate : State your name and age. 2 Teacher : De dónde es usted? Candidate : Answer the question. 3 Teacher : Qué idiomas habla? Candidate : Say what languages you speak. 4 Teacher : Por qué quieres trabajar como camarero/a? Candidate : Say why you want to work as a waiter/waitress. 20

21 Higher Situation O: Work experience: In a café You have an interview for a job as a waiter/waitress in a café in Spain. I will play the part of the café owner and I will begin. 1 Teacher : Cómo se llama? y cuántos años tiene? Candidate : State your name and age. 2 Teacher : De dónde es usted? Candidate : Answer the question. 3 Teacher : Qué idiomas habla? Candidate : Say what languages you speak. 4 Teacher : Por qué quieres trabajar como camarero/a? Candidate : Say why you want to work as a waiter/waitress. Situation P: Shopping: In a clothes shop You are in a clothes shop in Spain and you want to buy an item of clothing. I will play the part of the assistant and I will begin. 1 Teacher : En qué puedo servirle? Candidate : Di lo que quieres comprar y la talla. 2 Teacher : Aquí tiene. Candidate : Pregunta sobre el precio. 3 Teacher : Treinta euros. Candidate : Di por qué sería perfecto para llevar en Irlanda del Norte. 4 Teacher : Qué color prefiere? Candidate : Contesta la pregunta. 21 [Turn over

22 SESSION Z Role-play topics Careers On holiday Public services Conversation topics A. Self, family and friends C. Hobbies and interests D. Town, countryside and environment F. Education and careers Role-plays Foundation Situation Q: Careers: Talking to your Spanish friend You are telling your Spanish friend about your summer job. 1 Teacher : Normalmente trabajas durante el verano? Candidate : Say where you work. 2 Teacher : Trabajas todos los días? Candidate : Say on which days you work. 3 Teacher : Qué haces? Candidate : Say what you do. 4 Teacher : Te gusta? Candidate : Say yes. Situation R: On holiday: Talking to your Spanish friend You are discussing holidays with your Spanish friend. 1 Teacher : Cuándo empiezan tus vacaciones de verano? Candidate : Say when the summer holidays begin. 2 Teacher : Qué haces normalmente? Candidate : Say what you normally do during the holidays. 3 Teacher : Adónde fuiste el año pasado? Candidate : Answer the question. 4 Teacher : Tienes planes para este verano? Candidate : Say what you are going to do this summer. 22

23 Higher Situation Q: On holiday: Talking to your Spanish friend You are discussing holidays with your Spanish friend. 1 Teacher : Cuándo empiezan tus vacaciones de verano? Candidate : Say when the summer holidays begin. 2 Teacher : Qué haces normalmente? Candidate : Say what you normally do during the holidays. 3 Teacher : Adónde fuiste el año pasado? Candidate : Answer the question. 4 Teacher : Tienes planes para este verano? Candidate : Say what you are going to do this summer. Situation R: Public services: In a lost property office You have lost an item in a theme park in Spain. You go to the lost property office. I will play the part of the assistant and I will begin. 1 Teacher : En qué puedo servirle? Candidate : Explica el problema. 2 Teacher : Dónde estaba usted cuando ocurrió? Candidate : Contesta la pregunta. 3 Teacher : Describa el artículo, por favor. Candidate : Describe el artículo. (Dos detalles.) 4 Teacher : Cuándo vas a salir del parque? Candidate : Di cuándo va a salir del parque. 23

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