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Delta Module One Exam Jun 11

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Delta Module One Exam Jun 11
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UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE ESOL EXAMINATIONSEnglish for Speakers of Other LanguagesDELTA MODULE ONE
D031/1
Understanding language, methodology and resourcesfor teaching
 PAPER 1
 
Wednesday 1 JUNE 2011
Morning
1 hour 30 minutes
 
 Additional materials: Answer booklet
     *           3           0           7           3           2           5           8           3           3           7          *     
 
Time
1 hour 30 minutes
INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES
 Do not open this booklet until you are told to do so.
Write your name, centre number and candidate number in the spaces provided on your answer booklet and on any separate answer paper used.
Complete
all
tasks.Write your answer 
in the separate answer booklet
. Use a pen.You may write on the question paper, but you must write your answer in pen in the answer booklet. You will have no extra time for this, so you must finish in one hour and thirty minutes. At the end of the test, hand in both the question paper and the answer booklet.
INFORMATION FOR CANDIDATES
 This paper consists of five tasks.Suggested timings are indicated for each task.
PV12© UCLES 2011 Delta Module One
 
2Task One
(5 minutes)
 
Provide the term for each definition.Write your answers in your answer booklet. Provide only
one
answer per question.
a
a noun that is created by adding
 –ing 
to the verb-stem (e.g.
Parking 
is not permitted 
)
b
a database of real language samples (either spoken or written texts) stored on a computer andwhich can be used for investigating language use and structure
c
using the medium of English to teach a subject such as geography, natural science or history, tolearners whose first language is not English
d
a consonant sound in which the air flow is initially stopped, but then is released slowly with frictione.g.
/tß/
 
e
the morphological process of adding a bound morpheme to the stem of a word, either at the end or at the beginning. This modifies the word’s meaning and/or changes its word class, e.g. adding
ful 
 to
use
or 
un
to
tidy 
.
a type of test which is designed to show what language skills or knowledge a learner already has.It is often used by a teacher to find out how much a learner knows before beginning a languagecourse.
Task Two
(15 minutes)
 
Provide a definition and an appropriate brief example or illustration for 
four 
of the terms below.Write your answers in your answer booklet.
a
jigsaw reading
b
de-lexicalised verb
c
top-down processing
d
intrusive
/w/
 
e
stative verb
notional syllabus
 
3Turn over 
 Task Three
(15 minutes)The extract for this task is a speaking activity for upper-intermediate (CEFR B2) level learners.Identify a
total
of 
five key language
 
features
learners at this level would need in order to completethe activity successfully. Provide an example specific to this activity to support each choice.
Names of places
are provided in the extract. Do
not
write about
names of places
in your answer.Write your answer in your answer booklet.The extract is taken from
Speaking Extra,
M. Gammidge, Cambridge University Press, 2004, page 39.

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