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PostSubject: Request : General Objectives of Exam Papers   Thu 13 Dec - 21:15

Thank you again for what you did.
Please I HAVE A REQUEST .Our inspector said that he needs the exam paper + correction in addition to third paper for the general objectives of each activity I couldnt understand how to prepare the third one.Do you have an idea?








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PostSubject: Re: Request : General Objectives of Exam Papers   Fri 14 Dec - 9:17

Mrs Dida wrote:
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Our inspector said that he needs the exam paper +
correction in addition to third paper for the general objectives of
each activity I couldnt understand how to prepare the third one.Do you
have an idea?

I am so sorry to say that some inspectors ask us to do things they've probably never done when they were teachers,with all my respect to all of them for this is unfortunately a reality.

At the beginning of my career ,I tried to prepare similar worksheets very few times without knowing if that was the right way for no one corrected , advised or helped me to do it.I simply wrote the aim behind that activity is it to evaluate the learners capacity to use what has been tackled in class whether it is a grammatical structure,understanding a specific type of text,
measuring the progress and mastery of students in acquiring a skill (mainly writing and reading)that's what we we call formative assessment.

My advice to you Mrs.dida is :Never be afraid of anything new or that seems unachievable to you .Just keep trying,working,searching,asking and learning from everyone and things will get easier for you.

I hope I have helped you a bit meanwhile another colleague would share with us his opinion.


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PostSubject: Re: Request : General Objectives of Exam Papers   Fri 14 Dec - 14:43

Giving attention and interest to my request is a great pleasure for me. I used to set an aim to each activity among the corection but he confused me when he asked for a whole paper for that I thought that is mentioned in any source or guide.


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PostSubject: Re: Request : General Objectives of Exam Papers   Fri 14 Dec - 17:29




Some inspectors, as Mrs. lous25 said, want to manage to the point of perfection. They want to better their work and have more and more advantages of their situation. Here, we don't want to belittle our superiors but to ask them to put themselves in the teachers' situation, a place they had already gone through during their professional career and were not really at that expectation.So, why this perseverence?



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PostSubject: Re: Request : General Objectives of Exam Papers   Sat 15 Dec - 20:25


Thank you for your trust in our group, madam. Do you mean the aims? It's of great importance to plan minutely an evaluation paper. This is similar to a unit/lesson plan. Just send us the exam papers concerned and we'll answer you here




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PostSubject: Re: Request : General Objectives of Exam Papers   Sun 16 Dec - 13:47

Thank you for being interested in my request I'll try to post my exam papers here


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PostSubject: Re: Request : General Objectives of Exam Papers   Fri 21 Dec - 11:22

We are still waiting for the evaluation papers to work on their objectives, Madam!



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PostSubject: Re: Request : General Objectives of Exam Papers   Fri 21 Dec - 15:14

The three papers are above with the original thread I'll post my suggestions this evening


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PostSubject: Re: Request : General Objectives of Exam Papers   Fri 21 Dec - 20:47

Dear Redouane, here is my suggestion for the First Topic : "I have bad news for you..."


1-Write the letter which corresponds to the right answer:


Aim : To test the examinee’s ability of identifying the reading passage format .

2-Are the following statements true or false:

Aim : To test the examinee’s ability of skimming a reading passage.

3-In which paragraph is it mentioned that Kennedy is not against Martin's belief ?

Aim : To test the examinee’s ability of locating an idea in a reading passage.

4-Answer the following questions according to the text:

Aim : To test the examinee’s ability of scanning and extract required information from a written message.

5-What or who do the underlined words refer to in the text?Aim : To test the examinee’s ability of dealing with the reference system in a reading passage .

1-find in the text:

Aim : To test the examinee’s ability of getting acquainted with a given written message.

2-Rewrite sentence « b »so that it means the same as sentence « a »:

Aim : To test the examinee’s ability of reformulating sentences correctly.

4-Underline the stressed syllable in the following words:

Aim : To test the examinee’s ability of dealing with spoken English correctly.

5-Complete the following conversation:

Aim : To test the examinee’s ability of correct and coherent acquaintance with a given situation.

Part two: Written expression

Topic one:

Aim : To test the examinee’s ability of writing correctly (past simple) and coherently (narrate) generated sentences related to a given topic (biography) .

Topic two:

Aim : To test the examinee’s ability of writing out ideas relevant to a given topic.






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PostSubject: Re: Request : General Objectives of Exam Papers   Fri 21 Dec - 21:00

This is my suggestion for the Second Topic : " Flight Attendant..."





1-Write the letter which corresponds to the right answer:

Aim : To test the examinee’s ability of identifying the topic targeted in the reading passage.

2-Are these statements true or false:

Aim : To test the examinee’s ability of skimming a reading message.

3- Read the job adverts above and fill in the table below:

Aim : To test the examinee’s ability of changing a prose into table / extract required data.

4-Read the job advert and put the following items in the correct order:

Aim : To test the examinee’s ability of inferring a reading text’s cohesion.

1- Find in the text words or expressions that is closest in meaning to:

Aim : To test the examinee’s ability of getting acquainted with a given written message.

2- Rewrite the following sentences expressing obligation, change what

Aim : To test the examinee’s ability of reformulating sentences correctly.

3-Underline the stressed syllable in the following words:

Aim : To test the examinee’s ability of dealing with spoken English correctly.

4-Match the job interview questions (1-5) with their answers (a-e)




Aim : To test the examinee’s ability of coherent acquaintance with a mixed ordered message.

Part two :
Topic one:

Aim : To test the examinee’s ability of writing correctly and coherently generated sentences related to a given situation (here, an application letter)



Topic two:

Aim : To test the examinee’s ability of writing out ideas relevant to a given situation/topic (here, a letter)


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PostSubject: Re: Request : General Objectives of Exam Papers   Fri 21 Dec - 21:04

This is my suggestion for the third paper : "Dear Windy..."

1-Write the letter which corresponds to the right answer:

Aim : To test the examinee’s ability of identifying the topic targeted in the text.

2-Are these statements true or false: (02pts)

Aim : To test the examinee’s ability of skimming a reading text.

3-In which paragraph

Aim : To test the examinee’s ability of locating an idea in a reading passage.

4-Answer the following questions according to the text: (04pts)

Aim : To test the examinee’s ability of scanning and extract required information from a written message.

1- Find in the text words or expressions that are closest in meaning to :(01pts)

Aim : To test the examinee’s ability of getting acquainted with a given written message.

2- Connect each pair of sentences with one of the following connectors

Aim : To test the examinee’s ability of reformulating sentences correctly.

3-Classify the following words according to their stressed syllable:

Aim : To test the examinee’s ability of dealing with spoken English correctly.

4- Put these sentences in the correct order to help Alan to write her letter of application

Aim : To test the examinee’s ability of coherent acquaintance with a mixed ordered text.

Part two :

Topic one:

Aim : To test the examinee’s ability of writing correctly (present simple) and coherently(describe) generated sentences related to a given situation (introduce yourself).

Topic two:

Aim : To test the examinee’s ability of writing out ideas relevant to a given topic (application letter).


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PostSubject: Re: Request : General Objectives of Exam Papers   Fri 21 Dec - 21:14

Wishing to see the colleagues' suggestion / comments , including you dear Guest upon the above trial .cheers


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PostSubject: Re: Request : General Objectives of Exam Papers   Sat 22 Dec - 10:19

First,What you did here Mr.Solinet is a perfect work that should be

evaluation paper worksheet.


" that may be replaced by "" I think this is more

appropriate to make it clear that the examinee's reading skill

( as main skill) not the listening or writing one that is used and is

being evaluated.


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PostSubject: Re: Request : General Objectives of Exam Papers   Sat 22 Dec - 12:54

First,What you did here Mr.Solinet is a perfect work that should be
May God grant you good health and strength to often be our great mentor and supervisor here, sir.
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PostSubject: Re: Request : General Objectives of Exam Papers   Sat 22 Dec - 12:57

I am sorry that my message cannot be displayed in full!
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PostSubject: Re: Request : General Objectives of Exam Papers   Sat 22 Dec - 18:59

Thank you, Mrs. dida for the exam papers and the colleagues for the replies. Is there anyone else to add anything important?


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PostSubject: Re: Request : General Objectives of Exam Papers   Tue 1 Jan - 8:27

First,I'm very very sorry for being late all this time ,there was a problem of connection in our area in addition to the training period all the day.
Thank you very much for what you did Mr.Solinet it's really a great effort,I was sure that I can trust this forum
I have only one comment here about the use of "aim",we use it to reffer to the general aim of the whole exam for example but when we reffer to a part of a lesson or a question we use "objective" do you agree with me?
Dont you have any comment about the exams?
I'm very happy


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PostSubject: Re: Request : General Objectives of Exam Papers   Tue 1 Jan - 8:45

During this training I found that teachers of English and others used to ask pupils to prepare their lessons at home before coming to school or to use dictionaries to explain the ambiguous words of the coming reading passage,I'm completely against this idea because the pupil won't deduce the meaning or the result through discussion and analysis ,we use the dictionary in writing for example when the pupils of 2AS wrote acrostic poems about Peace they used dictionaries in a group work to find words starting with P-E-A-C-E .I couldn't convince them!
Using dictionaries in reading or preparing the text at home
What do you think?


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PostSubject: Re: Request : General Objectives of Exam Papers   Thu 19 May - 21:48

[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:
During this training I found that teachers of English and others used to ask pupils to prepare their lessons at home before coming to school or to use dictionaries to explain the ambiguous words of the coming reading passage,I'm completely against this idea because the pupil won't deduce the meaning or the result through discussion and analysis ,we use the dictionary in writing for example when the pupils of 2AS wrote acrostic poems about Peace they used dictionaries in a group work to find words starting with P-E-A-C-E .I couldn't convince them!
Using dictionaries in reading or preparing the text at home
                                       What do you think?  


I think that encouraging or urging students to do a task without the help of the teacher whether this is done at home or in the classroom can only have positive effects ,as gaining autonomy .Besides that ,acquiring the ability to use such an important tool for any language learner ,that is a dictionary, is just great!
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