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GESE Syllabus 2010-2013

GESE Syllabus 2010-2013

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Graded Examinationsin Spoken English (GESE)
These qualications in English for speakers ofother languages are mapped to Levels A1 to C2in the Common European Framework of Reference
Trinity College London89 Albert EmbankmentLondon SE1 7TP UKT +44 (0)20 7820 6100F +44 (0)20 7820 6161E esol@trinitycollege.co.ukwww.trinitycollege.co.uk
Patron
HRH The Duke of Kent
KG
 
Copyright © 2009 Trinity College LondonPublished by Trinity College LondonThird impression, November 2011
Syllabus — from 1 February 2010
Trinity College London is a Full Member ofthe Association of Language Testers in Europe (ALTE)
 
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This syllabus and a wide range of support materials for teachers and learners can be downloadedfrom the Trinity website at www.trinitycollege.co.uk/esolIf you have any questions about this syllabus, please email esol@trinitycollege.co.uk
 
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Contents
Foreword
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4
General introduction
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5
Initial stage
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11Grade 1
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14Grade 2
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16Grade 3
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Elementary stage
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20Grade 4
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24Grade 5
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26Grade 6
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Intermediate stage
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30Grade 7
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34Grade 8
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36Grade 9
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38
Advanced stage
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40Grade 10
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46Grade 11
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48Grade 12
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Regulations
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Appendices
Appendix 1 Completed Topic form for Grade 4
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60Appendix 2 — Completed Topic form for Grade 6
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61Appendix 3 — Completed Examination report form for Grade 5
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62Appendix 4 — Completed Examination report form for Grade 8
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63Appendix 5 — The Common European Framework of Reference andTrinity College London International ESOL examinations
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64Appendix 6 — Summary of language requirements for each grade
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