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Test 1 Examiner scripts
STAGE 1
Examiner 1: Ok, first let’s get to know each other...
(introductions).
Now I’d like to ask you a few questions about
yourselves. (Examiner asks questions in order to start
a conversation on general topics.)
STAGE 2
Examiner 1: We’ll proceed to Stage 2 now. You are
part of an organizing committee choosing a city for
an international medical conference in July. There
are four possible locations. Here is some information
about the locations. Each of you has information
about two different locations. You now have 2-3
minutes to read the information. Then, one of you
will describe your two locations, summarizing the
information. The other one will listen and decide
which location he/she thinks is best. Afterwards, you
switch roles.
Examiner 1: Ok, I want you now to silently decide
which of your own two locations you think is best.
You have a couple of minutes for this. When you are
ready, we will go on to the next stage.
STAGE 3
Examiner 1: What I’d like you to to do now is to
take turns and tell each other which location you
have chosen. After that, you must compare and
contrast the locations in order to reach a common
decision about which one you think is best.
STAGE 4
Examiner 1: In this stage you will have to present
the location you chose to the chairperson of the
committee. (Examiner 1 indicates Examiner 2, who
greets the candidates.) Each of you should present
two different reasons to justify your choice. After
that, the chairperson will ask you a few questions
concerning your choice.
Examiner 2: Well, there are a few questions I would
like to ask you about your choice. (Examiner 2
asks the candidates several questions to give them the
opportunity to elaborate and expand on the reasons for
their choice in order to defend it.)
Test 2 Examiner scripts
STAGE 1
Examiner 1: Ok, first let’s get to know each other...
(introductions).
Now I’d like to ask you a few questions about
yourselves. (Examiner asks questions in order to start
a conversation on general topics.)
STAGE 2
Examiner 1: We’ll proceed to Stage 2 now. You are a
member of the staff of a college careers department
and your department has to choose a new class on
professional development to be offered to graduate
students. Here is some information about the classes.
Each of you has information about two different
classes. You now have 2-3 minutes to read the
information. Then, one of you will describe your two
classess, summarizing the information. The other
one will listen and decide which class he/she thinks is
best. Afterwards, you switch roles.
Examiner 1: Ok, I want you now to silently decide
which of your own two classes you think is best. You
have a couple of minutes for this. When you are
ready, we will go on to the next stage.
STAGE 3
Examiner 1: What I’d like you to to do now is to
take turns and tell each other which class you have
chosen. After that, you must compare and contrast
the classes in order to reach a common decision
about which one you think is best.
STAGE 4
Examiner 1: In this stage you will have to present
the class you chose to the head of the department.
(Examiner 1 indicates Examiner 2, who greets the
candidates.) Each of you should present two different
reasons to justify your choice. After that, the head
of the department will ask you a few questions
concerning your choice.
Examiner 2: Well, there are a few questions I would
like to ask you about your choice. (Examiner 2
asks the candidates several questions to give them the
opportunity to elaborate and expand on the reasons for
their choice in order to defend it.)
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Test 3 Examiner scripts
STAGE 1
Examiner 1: Ok, first let’s get to know each other...
(introductions).
Now I’d like to ask you a few questions about
yourselves. (Examiner asks questions in order to start
a conversation on general topics.)
STAGE 2
Examiner 1: We’ll proceed to Stage 2 now. You are
a member of the staff of a high school chaperoning
students on a trip to London, England. You and the
other teachers must choose which museum would
be the best choice for the students to visit. Here
is some information about the museums. Each of
you has information about two different museums.
You now have 2-3 minutes to read the information.
Then, one of you will describe your two museums,
summarizing the information. The other one will
listen and decide which museum he/she thinks is
best. Afterwards, you switch roles.
Examiner 1: Ok, I want you now to silently decide
which of your own two museums you think is best.
You have a couple of minutes for this. When you are
ready, we will go on to the next stage.
STAGE 3
Examiner 1: What I’d like you to to do now is to
take turns and tell each other which museum you
have chosen. After that, you must compare and
contrast the musems in order to reach a common
decision about which one you think is best.
STAGE 4
Examiner 1: In this stage you will have to present
the museum you chose to your colleague who is
in charge of planning the schedule. (Examiner 1
indicates Examiner 2, who greets the candidates.) Each
of you should present two different reasons to justify
your choice. After that, your colleague will ask you a
few questions concerning your choice.
Examiner 2: Well, there are a few questions I would
like to ask you about your choice. (Examiner 2
asks the candidates several questions to give them the
opportunity to elaborate and expand on the reasons for
their choice in order to defend it.)
Test 4 Examiner scripts
STAGE 1
Examiner 1: Ok, first let’s get to know each other...
(introductions).
Now I’d like to ask you a few questions about
yourselves. (Examiner asks questions in order to start
a conversation on general topics.)
STAGE 2
Examiner 1: We’ll proceed to Stage 2 now. You are
on a school committee responsible for choosing a
speaker to come and talk to students on the topic of
Motivation and Success. Four speakers have been
short-listed. Here is some information about the
speakers. Each of you has information about two
different speakers. You now have 2-3 minutes to read
the information. Then, one of you will describe your
two speakers, summarizing the information. The
other one will listen and decide which speaker he/she
thinks is best. Afterwards, you switch roles.
Examiner 1: Ok, I want you now to silently decide
which of your own two speakers you think is best.
You have a couple of minutes for this. When you are
ready, we will go on to the next stage.
STAGE 3
Examiner 1: What I’d like you to to do now is to
take turns and tell each other which speaker you
have chosen. After that, you must compare and
contrast the speakers in order to reach a common
decision about which one you think is best.
STAGE 4
Examiner 1: In this stage you will have to present
the speaker you chose to the principal of the school.
(Examiner 1 indicates Examiner 2, who greets the
candidates.) Each of you should present two different
reasons to justify your choice. After that, the
principal will ask you a few questions concerning
your choice.
Examiner 2: Well, there are a few questions I would
like to ask you about your choice. (Examiner 2
asks the candidates several questions to give them the
opportunity to elaborate and expand on the reasons for
their choice in order to defend it.)
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Test 5 Examiner scripts
STAGE 1
Examiner 1: Ok, first let’s get to know each other...
(introductions).
Now I’d like to ask you a few questions about
yourselves. (Examiner asks questions in order to start a
conversation on general topics.)
STAGE 2
Examiner 1: We’ll proceed to Stage 2 now. The
company you work for wants to take measures to
enhance their employees’ physical and mental
well-being. You are a member of a committee which
has been set up to look into the issue. You have
been asked to choose one proposal from four that
have been short-listed. Here is some information
about the proposals. Each of you has information
about two different proposals. You now have 2-3
minutes to read the information. Then, one of you
will describe your two proposals, summarizing the
information. The other one will listen and decide
which proposal he/she thinks is best. Afterwards, you
switch roles.
Examiner 1: Ok, I want you now to silently decide
which of your own two proposals you think is best.
You have a couple of minutes for this. When you are
ready, we will go on to the next stage.
STAGE 3
Examiner 1: What I’d like you to to do now is to take
turns and tell each other which proposal you have
chosen. After that, you must compare and contrast
the proposals in order to reach a common decision
about which one you think is best.
STAGE 4
Examiner 1: In this stage you will have to present
the proposal you chose to the general manager of
the company. (Examiner 1 indicates Examiner 2, who
greets the candidates.) Each of you should present two
different reasons to justify your choice. After that,
the general manager will ask you a few questions
concerning your choice.
Examiner 2: Well, there are a few questions I would
like to ask you about your choice. (Examiner 2
asks the candidates several questions to give them the
opportunity to elaborate and expand on the reasons for
their choice in order to defend it.)
Test 6 Examiner scripts
STAGE 1
Examiner 1: Ok, first let’s get to know each other...
(introductions).
Now I’d like to ask you a few questions about
yourselves. (Examiner asks questions in order to start
a conversation on general topics.)
STAGE 2
Examiner 1: We’ll proceed to Stage 2 now. You are
on a school committee that has been asked to choose
an environmental issue to constitute the main focus
for a “Going Green” campaign. Four issues have
been short-listed. Here is some information about
the issues. Each of you has information about two
different issues. You now have 2-3 minutes to read
the information. Then, one of you will describe your
two issues, summarizing the information. The other
one will listen and decide which issue he/she thinks is
best. Afterwards, you switch roles.
Examiner 1: Ok, I want you now to silently decide
which of your own two issues you think is best. You
have a couple of minutes for this. When you are
ready, we will go on to the next stage.
STAGE 3
Examiner 1: What I’d like you to to do now is to
take turns and tell each other which issue you have
chosen. After that, you must compare and contrast
the issues in order to reach a common decision about
which one you think is best.
STAGE 4
Examiner 1: In this stage you will have to present
the issue you chose to the chairperson of the
committee. (Examiner 1 indicates Examiner 2, who
greets the candidates.) Each of you should present two
different reasons to justify your choice. After that,
the chairperson of the committee will ask you a few
questions concerning your choice.
Examiner 2: Well, there are a few questions I would
like to ask you about your choice. (Examiner 2
asks the candidates several questions to give them the
opportunity to elaborate and expand on the reasons for
their choice in order to defend it.)
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Unit 7 Examiner scripts
STAGE 1
Examiner 1: Ok, first let’s get to know each other...
(introductions).
Now I’d like to ask you a few questions about
yourselves. (Examiner asks questions in order to start a
conversation on general topics.)
STAGE 2
Examiner 1: We’ll proceed to Stage 2 now. You are
on a committee which must choose the topic of
discussion for a Science and Technology Forum
being held at your college. You and another member
of the committee have to decide which one. The
final selection includes four topics. Here is some
information about the topics. Each of you has
information about two different topics. You now
have 2-3 minutes to read the information. Then, one
of you will describe your two topics, summarizing
the information. The other one will listen and decide
which topic he/she thinks is best. Afterwards, you
switch roles.
Examiner 1: Ok, I want you now to silently decide
which of your own two topics you think is best. You
have a couple of minutes for this. When you are
ready, we will go on to the next stage.
STAGE 3
Examiner 1: What I’d like you to to do now is to
take turns and tell each other which topic you have
chosen. After that, you must compare and contrast
the topics in order to reach a common decision
about which one you think is best.
STAGE 4
Examiner 1: In this stage you will have to present the
topic you chose to the dean of the college. (Examiner
1 indicates Examiner 2, who greets the candidates.)
Each of you should present two different reasons to
justify your choice. After that, the dean will ask you a
few questions concerning your choice.
Examiner 2: Well, there are a few questions I would
like to ask you about your choice. (Examiner 2
asks the candidates several questions to give them the
opportunity to elaborate and expand on the reasons for
their choice in order to defend it.)
Test 8 Examiner scripts
STAGE 1
Examiner 1: Ok, first let’s get to know each other...
(introductions).
Now I’d like to ask you a few questions about
yourselves. (Examiner asks questions in order to start a
conversation on general topics.)
STAGE 2
Examiner 1: We’ll proceed to Stage 2 now. You are
on a committee deciding how to allocate funds raised
for a new campus facility. There are four possible
ways to use the money. Here is some information
about the facilities. Each of you has information
about two different facilities. You now have 2-3
minutes to read the information. Then, one of you
will describe your two facilities, summarizing the
information. The other one will listen and decide
which facility he/she thinks is best. Afterwards, you
switch roles.
Examiner 1: Ok, I want you now to silently decide
which of your own two facilities you think is best.
You have a couple of minutes for this. When you are
ready, we will go on to the next stage.
STAGE 3
Examiner 1: What I’d like you to to do now is to
take turns and tell each other which facility you have
chosen. After that, you must compare and contrast
the facilities in order to reach a common decision
about which one you think is best.
STAGE 4
Examiner 1: In this stage you will have to present
the facility you chose to the dean of the college
(Examiner 1 indicates Examiner 2, who greets the
candidates.) Each of you should present two different
reasons to justify your choice. After that, the dean
will ask you a few questions concerning your choice.
Examiner 2: Well, there are a few questions I would
like to ask you about your choice. (Examiner 2
asks the candidates several questions to give them the
opportunity to elaborate and expand on the reasons for
their choice in order to defend it.)
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Now I’d like to ask you a few questions about yourselves. You are a member of the staff of a college careers department and your department has to choose a new class on professional development to be offered to graduate students.) STAGE 2 Examiner 1: We’ll proceed to Stage 2 now. You now have 2-3 minutes to read the information. you switch roles. The other one will listen and decide which location he/she thinks is best.Teacher's Notes Examiner scripts Test 1 Examiner scripts STAGE 1 Examiner 1: Ok. You are part of an organizing committee choosing a city for an international medical conference in July. You now have 2-3 minutes to read the information. Examiner 1: Ok. there are a few questions I would like to ask you about your choice. summarizing the information. you switch roles. you must compare and contrast the locations in order to reach a common decision about which one you think is best. The other one will listen and decide which class he/she thinks is best. (Examiner asks questions in order to start a conversation on general topics.. Each of you has information about two different locations. first let’s get to know each other. (Examiner 2 asks the candidates several questions to give them the opportunity to elaborate and expand on the reasons for their choice in order to defend it. (introductions). Here is some information about the locations. STAGE 3 Examiner 1: What I’d like you to to do now is to take turns and tell each other which class you have chosen.) Each of you should present two different reasons to justify your choice. (Examiner 2 asks the candidates several questions to give them the opportunity to elaborate and expand on the reasons for their choice in order to defend it. When you are ready. summarizing the information. Now I’d like to ask you a few questions about yourselves. Afterwards. we will go on to the next stage. I want you now to silently decide which of your own two locations you think is best. I want you now to silently decide which of your own two classes you think is best. the chairperson will ask you a few questions concerning your choice. After that. Examiner 2: Well. first let’s get to know each other. STAGE 4 Examiner 1: In this stage you will have to present the location you chose to the chairperson of the committee. Each of you has information about two different classes. one of you will describe your two classess. (Examiner asks questions in order to start a conversation on general topics. After that. Then.Plus Michigan Proficiency Practice Tests . There are four possible locations. the head of the department will ask you a few questions concerning your choice. who greets the candidates. you must compare and contrast the classes in order to reach a common decision about which one you think is best.) STAGE 2 Examiner 1: We’ll proceed to Stage 2 now. (Examiner 1 indicates Examiner 2. there are a few questions I would like to ask you about your choice. Afterwards. You have a couple of minutes for this. Then. Here is some information about the classes.. STAGE 3 Examiner 1: What I’d like you to to do now is to take turns and tell each other which location you have chosen. (introductions). After that. After that.) 2 Copyright © 2009 MM Publications . one of you will describe your two locations. (Examiner 1 indicates Examiner 2..) Each of you should present two different reasons to justify your choice. You have a couple of minutes for this. we will go on to the next stage. Examiner 1: Ok. Examiner 2: Well. When you are ready. STAGE 4 Examiner 1: In this stage you will have to present the class you chose to the head of the department.. who greets the candidates.) Speaking Section Test 2 STAGE 1 Examiner 1: Ok.

) Copyright © 2009 MM Publications 3 . you switch roles.. When you are ready. After that.. You have a couple of minutes for this. you must compare and contrast the speakers in order to reach a common decision about which one you think is best. You are a member of the staff of a high school chaperoning students on a trip to London. Each of you has information about two different museums. Then.) STAGE 2 Examiner 1: We’ll proceed to Stage 2 now. first let’s get to know each other. you must compare and contrast the musems in order to reach a common decision about which one you think is best. (Examiner 1 indicates Examiner 2. When you are ready. one of you will describe your two museums. there are a few questions I would like to ask you about your choice. we will go on to the next stage. The other one will listen and decide which museum he/she thinks is best. After that. Each of you has information about two different speakers. (Examiner 2 asks the candidates several questions to give them the opportunity to elaborate and expand on the reasons for their choice in order to defend it. we will go on to the next stage. After that. Here is some information about the museums. STAGE 4 Examiner 1: In this stage you will have to present the speaker you chose to the principal of the school.) Each of you should present two different reasons to justify your choice. (introductions). Examiner 1: Ok.) Each of you should present two different reasons to justify your choice. Examiner 2: Well. there are a few questions I would like to ask you about your choice. who greets the candidates.. (Examiner asks questions in order to start a conversation on general topics.) STAGE 2 Examiner 1: We’ll proceed to Stage 2 now.Teacher's Notes Examiner scripts Test 3 Examiner scripts Test 4 Speaking Section STAGE 1 Examiner 1: Ok. you switch roles. Examiner 2: Well.) STAGE 1 Examiner 1: Ok.. (Examiner asks questions in order to start a conversation on general topics. STAGE 3 Examiner 1: What I’d like you to to do now is to take turns and tell each other which museum you have chosen. STAGE 3 Examiner 1: What I’d like you to to do now is to take turns and tell each other which speaker you have chosen. your colleague will ask you a few questions concerning your choice. The other one will listen and decide which speaker he/she thinks is best. STAGE 4 Examiner 1: In this stage you will have to present the museum you chose to your colleague who is in charge of planning the schedule. Now I’d like to ask you a few questions about yourselves. I want you now to silently decide which of your own two speakers you think is best. Four speakers have been short-listed. Then. Now I’d like to ask you a few questions about yourselves. one of you will describe your two speakers. (Examiner 1 indicates Examiner 2. Examiner 1: Ok. summarizing the information.Plus Michigan Proficiency Practice Tests . Here is some information about the speakers. You have a couple of minutes for this. You now have 2-3 minutes to read the information. After that. the principal will ask you a few questions concerning your choice. summarizing the information. who greets the candidates. You and the other teachers must choose which museum would be the best choice for the students to visit. first let’s get to know each other. Afterwards. (Examiner 2 asks the candidates several questions to give them the opportunity to elaborate and expand on the reasons for their choice in order to defend it. Afterwards. England. (introductions). You are on a school committee responsible for choosing a speaker to come and talk to students on the topic of Motivation and Success. I want you now to silently decide which of your own two museums you think is best. You now have 2-3 minutes to read the information.

After that. After that.) Each of you should present two different reasons to justify your choice. STAGE 4 Examiner 1: In this stage you will have to present the issue you chose to the chairperson of the committee.. (Examiner 2 asks the candidates several questions to give them the opportunity to elaborate and expand on the reasons for their choice in order to defend it. (Examiner asks questions in order to start a conversation on general topics. STAGE 3 Examiner 1: What I’d like you to to do now is to take turns and tell each other which issue you have chosen. Examiner 2: Well. you switch roles. The other one will listen and decide which proposal he/she thinks is best. (Examiner 1 indicates Examiner 2. I want you now to silently decide which of your own two proposals you think is best. who greets the candidates. (Examiner 1 indicates Examiner 2. STAGE 3 Examiner 1: What I’d like you to to do now is to take turns and tell each other which proposal you have chosen. the general manager will ask you a few questions concerning your choice. you must compare and contrast the proposals in order to reach a common decision about which one you think is best. first let’s get to know each other. You have a couple of minutes for this. one of you will describe your two issues.) STAGE 2 Examiner 1: We’ll proceed to Stage 2 now. Now I’d like to ask you a few questions about yourselves. Then. You now have 2-3 minutes to read the information. You have been asked to choose one proposal from four that have been short-listed.) STAGE 1 Examiner 1: Ok.) Copyright © 2009 MM Publications 4 . Examiner 2: Well. Then. who greets the candidates. Examiner 1: Ok. After that. After that.Teacher's Notes Examiner scripts Test 5 Examiner scripts Test 6 Speaking Section STAGE 1 Examiner 1: Ok. (Examiner asks questions in order to start a conversation on general topics. Examiner 1: Ok. Now I’d like to ask you a few questions about yourselves. summarizing the information. first let’s get to know each other. there are a few questions I would like to ask you about your choice. Four issues have been short-listed. The other one will listen and decide which issue he/she thinks is best.. there are a few questions I would like to ask you about your choice. You are on a school committee that has been asked to choose an environmental issue to constitute the main focus for a “Going Green” campaign. Each of you has information about two different issues. the chairperson of the committee will ask you a few questions concerning your choice. summarizing the information. (Examiner 2 asks the candidates several questions to give them the opportunity to elaborate and expand on the reasons for their choice in order to defend it. You now have 2-3 minutes to read the information. we will go on to the next stage. You are a member of a committee which has been set up to look into the issue.Plus Michigan Proficiency Practice Tests . (introductions). Each of you has information about two different proposals..) STAGE 2 Examiner 1: We’ll proceed to Stage 2 now. (introductions). When you are ready. one of you will describe your two proposals. you switch roles.) Each of you should present two different reasons to justify your choice. Here is some information about the issues. I want you now to silently decide which of your own two issues you think is best. You have a couple of minutes for this. When you are ready.. The company you work for wants to take measures to enhance their employees’ physical and mental well-being. STAGE 4 Examiner 1: In this stage you will have to present the proposal you chose to the general manager of the company. you must compare and contrast the issues in order to reach a common decision about which one you think is best. Here is some information about the proposals. Afterwards. Afterwards. we will go on to the next stage.

(introductions). The other one will listen and decide which facility he/she thinks is best. (Examiner 2 asks the candidates several questions to give them the opportunity to elaborate and expand on the reasons for their choice in order to defend it. You are on a committee which must choose the topic of discussion for a Science and Technology Forum being held at your college.) STAGE 1 Examiner 1: Ok. you switch roles. You have a couple of minutes for this. first let’s get to know each other.) STAGE 2 Examiner 1: We’ll proceed to Stage 2 now. Then. who greets the candidates. Examiner 1: Ok.) STAGE 2 Examiner 1: We’ll proceed to Stage 2 now.) Each of you should present two different reasons to justify your choice. Now I’d like to ask you a few questions about yourselves. I want you now to silently decide which of your own two facilities you think is best. Here is some information about the topics. You now have 2-3 minutes to read the information. The other one will listen and decide which topic he/she thinks is best. you must compare and contrast the facilities in order to reach a common decision about which one you think is best.. Afterwards.. one of you will describe your two facilities. Examiner 1: Ok. who greets the candidates. (introductions)..) Each of you should present two different reasons to justify your choice. You now have 2-3 minutes to read the information.Teacher's Notes Examiner scripts Unit 7 Examiner scripts Test 8 Speaking Section STAGE 1 Examiner 1: Ok. Afterwards. summarizing the information. (Examiner 1 indicates Examiner 2.) Copyright © 2009 MM Publications 5 . There are four possible ways to use the money. Each of you has information about two different facilities. STAGE 3 Examiner 1: What I’d like you to to do now is to take turns and tell each other which topic you have chosen. first let’s get to know each other. I want you now to silently decide which of your own two topics you think is best. you must compare and contrast the topics in order to reach a common decision about which one you think is best. we will go on to the next stage. (Examiner 2 asks the candidates several questions to give them the opportunity to elaborate and expand on the reasons for their choice in order to defend it. Then. (Examiner asks questions in order to start a conversation on general topics. After that. After that.Plus Michigan Proficiency Practice Tests . You have a couple of minutes for this. Examiner 2: Well. You are on a committee deciding how to allocate funds raised for a new campus facility. Each of you has information about two different topics. Examiner 2: Well. You and another member of the committee have to decide which one. Now I’d like to ask you a few questions about yourselves. there are a few questions I would like to ask you about your choice. After that. STAGE 4 Examiner 1: In this stage you will have to present the facility you chose to the dean of the college (Examiner 1 indicates Examiner 2. one of you will describe your two topics. (Examiner asks questions in order to start a conversation on general topics. When you are ready. we will go on to the next stage. there are a few questions I would like to ask you about your choice. STAGE 3 Examiner 1: What I’d like you to to do now is to take turns and tell each other which facility you have chosen. STAGE 4 Examiner 1: In this stage you will have to present the topic you chose to the dean of the college. the dean will ask you a few questions concerning your choice. summarizing the information. The final selection includes four topics. Here is some information about the facilities. After that. the dean will ask you a few questions concerning your choice.. When you are ready. you switch roles.

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